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Measure body temperature and more with Spree Biometric Headband

We've seen lots of fitness oriented products here at CES 2013 such as the Fitbit Flex which allows you to monitor stats such as steps walked and calories burned. But what if you want to know more on how your body is actually doing while you're working out? The Spree Biotmetric Headband can help you do just that.

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Fitbit Flex, the new, colorful way to count steps, calories, and more

The Fitbit Flex made an appearance at CES 2013 and we were there to check it out first-hand. If you're looking for a way to integrate your iPhone into your fitness and health routine, the Fitbit flex is a perfect option. It'll not only track your steps but your distance traveled, calories burned, and more.

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Armortech drops hammers on iPhones at CES 2013

Armortech is here at CES 2013 demonstrating their new screen protection technology. To us, that means lots of cool demonstrations including hitting iPhones with hammers and shooting at them. If you are the type that tends to have mishaps with your iPhone, Armortech might be worth checking out.

Armortech isn't available just yet but will be in the first quarter of this year. Depending on what product you choose, price will range from $39 to $69 for complete coverage. If you aren't a fan of wet application, you'll also be glad to know that Armortech products are dry applications.

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15-inch next generation MacBook Pro will feature retina display

Apple has just made a huge update to their MacBook Pro line at WWDC 2012. The highlight is no doubt the new "next generation" 15-inch MacBook Pro that adds a killer retina display and ditches the optical drive to come in at an astounding .71 inches thin.

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iWork updated to include new 3D charts, animations, and more

iWork for iOS has just been updated with many new features including brand new 3D charts, animations  and various other features. Each iWork app will be available for the same $9.99 price point and as a free update for existing owners.

The update will be available starting today and is a universal binary for both iPhone and iPad. We are assuming the new features in the update will be available to all iOS devices. iWork currently already integrates well for iCloud users making it easy to take your work on the go and pick up right where you left off when you get back to your computer.

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iMore coverage of Macworld | iWorld 2012 goes live in San Francisco later this week!

iMore is heading over to the newly rebranded 2012 Macworld | iWorld Expo in San Francisco next week, to check out the accessories and talk to the awesome app developers that make us all the iPhone and iPad stuff we love. We'll be bring the very best to you in video and post form, so if there's something you want to see, something you want to show off, or if you just want to say hello, let us know!

You can follow all the action right here:

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iPhone & iPad Live special edition: Apple education event

Today at 10am ET, 7am PT, 3pm GMT Apple will be holding their education event in New York City, and we'll be following on meta-live blog style, adding our commentary and offering color and analysis, right here on iPhone & iPad Live! Pre-game show will start roughly 15 minutes before the big event. If you haven't already, go leave us your predictions before the show starts. Then hurry back here to experience it all with us!

No word yet on Apple streaming the event, which means they probably won't be. Sigh.

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WWDC 2011 by the numbers: 25 million iPads, 450K apps, 90K iPad apps, $2.5 billion to devs,

We're covering WWDC 2011 live! And along with WWDC always comes facts and figures. Here's an interesting one - Apple has sold over 25 million iPads in the past 14 months. This figure includes the original iPad and the iPad 2.

Developers have created over 90,000 applications just for iPad since its initial launch. And with it came over $2.5B in money paid out to developers. Yes, we said that right, billions.

This obviously includes all iOS platforms (iPad, iPhone, iPod). For many light users, the iPad has succeeded in replacing their personal computer.

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