6 Tech Trends That'll Empower You in 2014

Key takeaways from this year's massive Consumer Electronics Show
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Fitness Trackers

Perhaps the most ubiquitous device at CES this year was the fitness tracker, and the latest models have come a long way from Nike's original Fuelband. The LG Lifeband Touch and Razer's Nabu, for instance, take a page from smartwatches by displaying phone notifications and letting users control their music. Garmin's Vivofit, another tracker that made its debut at CES, is completely waterproof down to 50 meters, while Movea's G-Series gets more data than current products and does so with more accuracy: it knows whether you're standing, sitting, walking or running, and can determine the speed at which you're running or biking.

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