#Wearables
reviewing the lumo lift fitness tracker
Lumo Lift

Being a software developer is less strenuous than many other jobs. And if not, then you're doing it wrong. Sitting on a chair for 8-10 hours per day though takes a big toll on your overall health, and particular on that back of yours. I don't care how ergonomic and forwardly bent your work chair is at work. Nobody was meant to sit for that many hours per day. And because of that I just picked up the Lumo Lift from Amazon

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reviewing the moto 360 2nd generation

Motorola's first 360 watch was one of the most talked about wearable devices when it first came out this time last year, and for good reason. It was one of the better looking smartwatches to hit the market. And in that same fashion, it's managed to do that once more with their 2nd Generation version. This time around, instead of going for a fully functional powerhouse watch, Motorola has balanced out a semi-powerful device in a very customizable and attractive package. This is my second wearable device so far, my first being the LG G Watch, and after a week of using it, this is how it held up.

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