Spire wants to make fitness wearables even easier by designing them to be truly wearable. The company is announcing the Spire Health Tag, which is small enough to stick to your clothing and serve as a personal health monitor. It can track your heart rate, breathing, activity, sleep patterns, and your moment-to-moment stress level. The […]
NYS Entity Status
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MAY 23, 2013
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53 BLUE JAY DRIVE
BRENTWOOD, NEW YORK, 11717
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - LION HEART MOBILE FITNESS LLC
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