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The Bad The Armour39 is too cumbersome to wear all day, and you must strap it on before you work out. Using it without an iOS device provides much less information. There's still no Android version of the app, and the Armour39 doesn't record steps. The Bottom Line The Armour39 is meant only for hard-core fitness fanatics, but even those gym rats will be left wanting more. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.

While Google has been working with the music labels on two services, sources tell CNET that the one tied to Google Play is likely to launch first, Either way, it's a potential boon to the music industry as subscription, streaming services have become a growing ultra-thin snap-on case for iphone 7 revenue source, Spotify in March passed 5 million paying subscribers, and Apple is still deep in negotiations as it tries to launch its Pandora-like service, dubbed iRadio, this summer, Apple reached a deal with Universal, the largest of the three labels, last week, according to people familiar with the deal..

Google has now signed on the three major labels as it gears up to unveil a Spotify rival. Google is close to unveiling its streaming music service, as it prepares to take on Pandora, Spotify, and possibly Apple. In March, Google signed a deal for two streaming services with Warner Music -- one tied to YouTube, the other to Google's Android music platform, Google Play. And now Google has struck deals with Universal Music as well as Sony Music, according to a report in The Verge, which suggests that Google could make the announcement at tomorrow's big developer conference, Google I/O.

This season jumps off in the right place with an unboxing of the Samsung Galaxy S4, Despite Molly's serious beef with Samsung's over-the-top press conference in New York a couple months ago, the phone is pretty slick, It's packed with features and really sets the stage for competing smartphones to come, We're excited to have one in house so we can thoroughly put it through the paces, And, yes, that includes a serious torture test later in the season, Next up, we put the Surface Pro in the hands of the ultra-thin snap-on case for iphone 7 people, We rounded up three techies to take a few days and see if the Windows 8 tablet could handle their everyday lives, The results were mixed as usual, but it seems like the Surface Pro is a step in the right direction for Microsoft in the ever thickening tablet crop..

It only took us one episode this season to get back to tech involving eyeballs. This time, we delve into the eye-tracking movement. It's starting to pop up in everyday gadgets (like the Galaxy S4), and is playing an even bigger role in gaming and the medical field. We caught up with the guys at two of the technology's leading companies, Tobii and EyeGaze, to get a closer look. We even Skyped Jeff without saying a word or moving a finger. That's all for this week! Thank all of you for keeping up every season. It's good to be back. See you next Tuesday.