Jawbone's New UP24 Finally Brings Bluetooth to the Party

It's kind of hard to believe, but Jawbone—a company that was built on Bluetooth—didn't have a wireless radio in the first two iterations of its fitness tracker, the Jawbone UP. That finally changes today with the introduction of the Jawbone UP24. Read More >>

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How to Get More Out of Your Jawbone UP Using Third-Party Apps and IFTTT

So you've got a Jawbone UP. Congratulations. Now you’re rocking the dinky little fitness tracker on your wrist, you're well on the path towards healthier living. But did you know that, in addition to the standard UP app that is used to log your daily movement and sleep cycle, there's a whole suite of apps to make it even more useful? Read More >>

George Osborne Pimps the Jawbone UP in the Opposite of a Shill

Is there such a thing as an anti-endorsement? Because even if there isn't, our esteemed chancellor Georgie-boy has managed to create one, proudly telling reporters at a lunch that he uses a Jawbone UP to track how many calories he burns while viciously slashing budgets. Read More >>

You Can Finally Get the 'New' Jawbone Fitness Tracker in the UK

The original 2011 Jawbone UP was notable for being one of the first fitness trackers, and also notable for sucking unbelievably badly. Nonetheless, Jawbone took the UP and last year released a new, 'improved' version. It's been available in the US for a few months, but now it's finally made its way over the Atlantic. I wonder how many calories that burnt... Read More >>

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Jawbone UP (2012) Review: Still Not Fit To Buy

The original Jawbone UP could be considered one of the most expensive beta tests of all time. It leaked, it broke, and it didn't accurately track your activities—that may have been due to all those wet, compromised components. Read More >>

Jawbone UP Review: A Potentially Wonderful Thing That You Should Not Buy

The Jawbone Up is everything I ever wanted in a fitness tracker. Because it's a bracelet, it's always with me. It goes everywhere, it's positively ambient, and ridiculously fun. That's great. But don't buy it. Without a big fix, it's garbage. Read More >>


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