This is a .NET library for the Fitbit API developed by Aaron Coleman. Besides the library, the project contains NUnit tests, NUnit integration within the API, and a sample to use. Fitbit tracks patterns of health and fitness practices using mobile devices. Currently, the author is working on an updated version at https://github.com/aarondcoleman/Fitbit.NET/wiki/PREPARING-FOR-BREAKING-CHANGES---v2-Fitbit.NET-API-Library-In-Development
This Sunday, millions of sports fans around the world will sit in front of televisions and watch the biggest professional football game of the year. Among those watching will be a select group of hackers and data crunchers in Seattle, Washington. However, instead of prepping for the big game by stocking up on salsa and beer; these hackers will participate in Sports Hack Day and be a part of "building applications that change the way people follow sports and interact with their favorite teams and fellow fans."
BikeSpike created a handy piece of hardware that easily affixes to any bicycle frame. The device contains a GPS device that can certainly track your mileage or help plan a route; but let's face it, your smartphone can do that much while sitting in your pocket (or underneath your biking tights). BikeSpike's mission goes beyond a simple GPS. BikeSpike offers automatic crash and tamper protection. BikeSpike aims to help users when they are unable to actually ride the bike. To spark further innovation around its hardware, BikeSpike provides an open API targeted at the developer community.