January 5, 2016
After spending hundreds of millions to acquire some of the leading health tracking platforms in the market a year ago, Under Armour is upping the ante again, this time on the hardware side, with a new suite of health devices, its calling UA HealthBox. HTC, which partnered with Under Armour last year, designed and manufactured the devices. They will use Under Armour’s UA Record app as their...
December 3, 2015
Less than a year after Under Armour and HTC announced a partnership to create digital health products for athletes, a report has surfaced that the companies plan to launch a smart scale, according to AndroidHeadlines.
A listing in the Bluetooth Special Interest Group's registered device database indicated that the two companies may be working together to develop a smart scale, called UA Scale, ...
July 20, 2015
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HTC has announced that it will postpone the launch of its activity tracker, called HTC Grip, which was first unveiled in March and projected to launch in the spring, according to CNET.
HTC Grip is the company’s first activity tracking wristworn wearable. The tracker is powered by Under Armour’s newly launched app, UA Record, which integrates data from other health apps and...
March 18, 2015
HTC, manufacturer of Android and Windows mobile devices, has released an activity tracking app in the Google Play store, called Fun Fit.
The app tracks steps, distance, calories burned, and time spent being active. It creates daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly charts to help users understand their activity history. HTC aims to keep the app fun by providing the user with an avatar and...
March 2, 2015
The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona has begun this week, and already, two companies, HTC and Huawei, have unveiled new fitness tracker devices.
HTC's new device, called the HTC Grip is the company's first activity tracking wristworn wearable. The tracker is powered by Under Armour's newly launched app, UA Record, which integrates data from other health apps and devices.