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Withings Wifi Bodyscale

Withings Wifi Bodyscale is a digital wireless body fat monitor and scale. Withings uses a wifi connection to directly transmit body fat and weight data to your online account or to your iPhone. You can share the data on Facebook and Twitter or give to your healthcare provider. The scale is powered by four AAA batteries. It costs $159 and ships from Paris, France. Up to 8 users are supported.

URL: withings.com

Tags: API, gadget
Price: $100+
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Zeo Personal Sleep Coach

A wireless headband, bedside display, set of online analytical tools, and an email-based personalized sleep coaching program.

URL: http://myzeo.com

Tags: sleep, health, gadget
Price: $100+
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HeartMath Stress Reduction Tools

HeartMath provides tools for monitoring heart rate variability, along with software, books, and audio materials for using this information as part of a stress reduction program. The monitoring device is called the emWave2, and it is capable of acting as a portable recording monitor with a built in display as well as connecting to a PC for real-time display of heart rhythms.

URL: http://www.heartmath.com/

Tags: mood, lifestyle, health, gadget
Price: $100+
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Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program. As such, you can use Excel to record various information about yourself. One way is to record your data by date. First, you make a column representing dates and another column for the data that you want to track (e.g., steps). Every day, you fill in a row with the date and how many steps you took for that date. When you have several weeks of data, you can use Excel to generate graphs of your step counts over time.

URL: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/

Tags: energy, fitness, food, goals, health, lifelogging, money, productivity, sleep
Price: $100+
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Pachube

Pachube is a technically oriented website for sharing data streams from realtime sensors, such as environmental monitors (temperature, humidity, etc), or any other internet connected data source. You can publish your own data streams to Pachube using their API, and you can search or brows for data streams that other people are providing. The Pachube website lets you create live graphs of data streams from public devices, and embed them in websites. Developers can use data shared on Pachube in their applications and Pachube can be configured to notify your application when certain conditions are met.

URL: http://www.pachube.com

Tags: location, energy, API, web app
Price: $100+, $10-50, free
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Basecamp

Basecamp is an online project-management and collaboration tool developed by 37signals. Basecamp users can create to-do lists, chart milestones, track times, share files with co-workers and clients, and utilize the message boards to comment on progress or thoughts related to the project. Basecamp offers a free one-project trial and paid plans for $49/mo for 35 projects, $99/mo for 100 projects and $149/mo for unlimited projects.

URL: bbasecamphq.com

Tags: Android, iPhone, productivity
Price: free, $10-50, $50-100, $100+
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BodyMedia

BodyMedia a system that give you highly accurate information on activity, calories, and sleep pattern. The system consists of the BodyMedia Armband monitor, an online Activity Manager, and an optional Display watch and iPhone and Android apps. The armband automatically tracks the calories that you burn and the quality of your sleep. The information tracked is synchronized with the Activity Manager where you can explore your physical activity and sleep quality. You can also record your food consumption, which along with your physical activity data can help you lose weight.

URL: http://www.bodymedia.com/

Tags: Android, fitness, food, health, iPhone, sleep
Price: $100+
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myBasis

the Basis Band is the world’s first connected health and heart rate monitor wearable on the wrist. Convenient and customizable, the multi-sensor Basis Band collects data like heart rate, calories burned, physical activity and sleep patterns. It links wirelessly to your personal dashboard where you can easily view performance, share data, earn rewards, and engage with the Basis community

URL: http://mybasis.com

Tags: fitness, gadget, health
Price: $100+
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Philips DirectLife

The Philips DirectLife is a set of activity programs aimed at increasing fitness. It comprises a web application, and an activity monitor, which is a portable sensor which records your movement and can be connected to a personal computer to upload information to the DirectLife website. The website uses the information to assess your current activity levels, and then to suggest an activity plan and track your performance against it. The DirectLife website shows your performance level, and calorie usage, and the activity monitor itself displays a current activity score for the day.

URL: http://www.directlife.philips.com

Tags: fitness, goals, web app
Price: $100+
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Wattvision

Wattvision provides an energy sensor that connects your electricity meter to a web service. It requires physically proximity to the electricity meter, and a wifi connection. Once connected you can view your whole-house energy usage on a continuous basis on the web or a smartphone (updated every 10 seconds) and use this information to reduce your energy consumption by identifying costly appliances or unexpected uses of electricity, as well as to predict future energy bills.

URL: http://www.wattvision.com

Tags: Android, API, energy, iPhone, money, web app
Price: $100+
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