Eric Pilkington

Eric Pilkington

For over 20 years, Eric Pilkington has been leading the charge in developing new and innovative approaches to marketing communications and technology. His talent, technical skill and marketing knowledge has yielded award-winning and powerful digital communications for some of today’s top companies and most recognizable companies and brands, which include Apple, AT&T, Google, HP, Nike, Samsung, and Sony.

Eric is particularly passionate about technology's potential to radically change the ways that people engage with health and wellness. A proven thought leader and Google Glass Explorer, Eric was named as one of the most influential people in Digital Health and Pharma by Forbes.com. His musings on technology and its impact have appeared in Popular Science, Mashable, Wired, The New York Times, and The Next Web.

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Fitbit Surge review

Released almost a year ago, the Fitbit Surge offers GPS, continuous heart rate monitoring, and a slew of activity trackers. Despite a growing market, it remains a competent, smart choice.
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Garmin Vector 2 power meter pedals review

Garmin’s Vector 2 pedals provides a trove of data that will help serious cyclists improve their performance -- but knowledge can be expensive.
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Garmin Edge 1000 review

Whether you’re riding to improve your own personal best or see where you stand against the pros, Garmin’s Edge 1000 bike computer lets you connect, compare, and compete.
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Wearable Body Metrics Hexoskin review

Hexoskin’s Wearable Body Metrics shirt delivers instant, detailed feedback on every workout imaginable, from aerobics to yoga and weight training.
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Scanadu Scout medical scanner review

The Scanadu Scout broke records with its Indiegogo campaign. When it comes to taking your vital signs, it’s pretty accurate but isn’t yet a sci-fi level medical marvel.
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Withings Aura review

The Withings Aura lulls you to sleep, decides when to wake you like a modern-day rooster