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Experiment: How easy is it to spy on a smartwatch wearer?

Kaspersky Labs Blog – 5.31.18 (5.30.18)

Can a smartwatch be used to spy on its owner? Sure, and we already know lots of ways. But here’s another: A spying app installed on a smartphone can send data from the built-in motion sensors (namely, accelerometer and gyroscope) to a remote server, and that data can be used to piece together the wearer’s actions — walking, sitting, typing, and so on.

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USA Cycling Partners with Halo Neuroscience

Halo Neuroscience Blog – 5.21.18

USA Cycling has selected Halo Sport as the team’s official neurotechnology to maximize athlete performance.

USA Cycling has partnered with Halo Neuroscience to give top athletes an edge on the world cycling circuit. Athletes from each USA Cycling National Team (i.e. BMX, Cyclocross, Mountain Bike, Road, and Track) have integrated Halo Sport into their training to increase power output, master technique, and extend endurance.

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