If you have been totally disconnected, I will now summarize what has happened on the web during the last week and the latest updates in the sports technology sector (so that you don't miss anything). There are also small notes of interesting links that I have found on the internet these days. If you find something interesting that you think is worthwhile, let me know by Twitter or Facebook From time to time I also share or retweet information or links of interest, so don't forget to follow me on social networks if you want to know them all. Here are the highlights of this week.
This week's articles
This is the content I posted this week. Don't miss anything!
One more test, and preparing for this coming week... keep an eye out, because it's going to be strong.
- Complete analysis of Fitbit Flex 2 - A new test, this time of Fitbit's most economical bracelet, the Flex 2.
- Week 13 to 19 March - A summary of the week's highlights. Don't miss the Stravistix app!
You don't know if you have to connect your device to update it? You received an automatic update and you don't know what it includes? Well, I'm here to tell you.
- Garmin Fenix Chronos Update (beta channel) - Support for Connect IQ applications to make use of lights, and correction of other errors.
- Garmin Vivofit 3 Update - Improved Bluetooth connectivity.
- Garmin Vivofit Jr. Update - Added alarm function and improved data transfer and sound settings.
Links of interest
The most interesting links I have found this week. Almost all of them are curious news related to sport.
- The Garmin Fenix 5 is now on sale - Officially it arrived on April 1st. It has finally been brought forward and can now be purchased, including a 7% discountI have already received one, bought it on Amazon. And as I taught you on social networks, it is smaller than the Fenix 3 it replaces.
- Screen configuration by Killian Jornet - You know what they say: "there's a book for everyone". Do you want to know how Kilian Jornet configures the screens of his Suunto and what data he is interested in? He posted it on his Facebook page.
- Strava and what happens to your data - Have you ever wondered what happens to your synchronized data at Strava? Well, you should know that it is sold to large organizations. I personally don't care, especially if it is then used by governments to determine where infrastructure needs to be improved for cyclists, knowing from Strava where and when they are most likely to circulate.
- Relive.cc launches smartphone applications - Relive uses your Strava or Garmin Connect activities to automatically create videos. Available on the web, this week they have launched smartphone apps. You can now download them for iOS or Android.
And with that... thanks for reading!