Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Make the iphone your fitness aid
Gone are the days when phones are used only for speaking. This is the era of smart phones and the gap between the computer and a mobile phone is closing steadily. Apple's sensational iphone has allured software developers and many useful applications have come up recently. Now you can use your iphone to track your health and calibrate your fitness. Technology firm iTMP has built a module called SM Heart Link that will enable your iphone to communicate with body area sensor networks to report your performance in real time. The data can be stored or sent to online medical assessment websites to generate your fitness report. The price of the module will be a dampener and you need to spend $155 to own it.