Mobile World Congress was dominated by a 17-year-old phone. The lack of Samsung's Galaxy S flagship phone meant there was a bit more unpredictability at MWC, especially with companies like HMD Global, the startup producing Nokia phones, and TCL, a Chinese company bringing back the BlackBerry brand, vying for attention. If any actual smartphone took the conciliation prize, it would be LG's G6. The company admirably jammed a display that's bigger than the iPhone 7 Plus' screen into a body that is much smaller. It's likely to kick off a trend of smaller bezels, or the frame around the display.
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Fitbit hopes to help you get a better night's sleep with these new features. The health and wellness company on Monday announced two new sleeping tools that will be coming to its existing products. The first, Sleep Stages, will utilize the optical heart-rate sensor to estimate how long you spend in light, deep and REM sleep cycles, as well as how frequently you wake up in the middle of the night. Sleep Stages will be available on the Fitbit Charge 2, Blaze and the new Alta HR. Sleep Insights shines a light on your sleeping patterns.
The second tool, known as Sleep Insights, will be available to all Fitbit trackers that are capable of tracking sleep, That includes the Fitbit One, Flex 2, Alta, Alta HR, design series case for apple iphone 7 - translucent/holographic deco Charge 2, Blaze and Surge, along with older trackers like the original Flex, Charge and Charge HR, Sleep Insights will provide users with personalized guidance and coaching to help improve the quality of their sleep, An example of this would be your Fitbit noticing how you sleep 20 minutes longer on days you run, or pointing out that you sleep longer on the weekend, which could be a sign that you're not getting enough sleep during the week..
Sleep Stages and Sleep Insights will be available globally to Fitbit users in the coming weeks. Tech Enabled: CNET chronicles tech's role in providing new kinds of accessibility. CNET Magazine: Check out a sampling of the stories you'll find in CNET's newsstand edition. Sleep Stages and Sleep Insights, designed to help you catch better zzz's, will begin rolling out in the coming weeks. Feeling fit isn't all about steps and calorie burn. A good night's sleep plays a critical role in your health and overall well being.