The Jabra Sport Pulse earbuds provide great sound quality in a convenient wireless design, but its heart rate monitor isn't the most accurate.
Fitness trackers come in many varieties, but the ‘best’ band is the one that suits your lifestyle. Here are our top picks for 2015 by category.
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GO - Meal and Fitness Tracker - free
Plan your meals the healthy way with GO - Meal and Fitness Tracker for the iPhone.4.5available for : iphone os
Runtastic GPS Running, Walking & Fitness Tracker - free
Reach your fitness goals with Runtastic GPS Running, Walking & Fitness Tracker for the iPhone.4.5available for : iphone os
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The stylish Garmin vivoactive GPS smartwatch tracks daily fitness and exercise sessions while relaying smartphone notifications to your wrist.
Fitbit is a tool that people can use to help set and keep track of their fitness goals. This tiny device is set up based on answers to questions...
The $149 SMS Audio BioSport earbuds feature an accurate heart-rate monitor and plenty of volume to blast your favorite tunes during your workout.
HTC launched its first fitness tracker, the Grip, at Mobile World Congress, but how does it stack up against some of the toughest competition?
Acer gives Android, iOS and Windows users a cheap fitness tracker with a touchscreen and smartphone notifications in the Liquid Leap+.
The wireless Huawei Talkband N1 earbuds can track your steps, calories and distance, and they double as a music player.
Targeting hardcore athletes, the HTC Grip activity tracker features a built-in GPS and smartphone notifications.
If you're in the market for a GPS watch, these are the most important things to keep you on course.
GPS watches come in many varieties, but the "best" watch is the one that suits your lifestyle. Here are our top picks for 2015 by category.
For dedicated triathletes, the Garmin Forerunner 920XT GPS watch is an excellent training tool.
The Magellan Switch Up is a comprehensive GPS watch that maps running, cycling and hiking routes, but you'll have to deal with its archaic, clunky design.
Turn off that infinite runner and get moving with one of these 10 best running apps for Android and iOS.
Activity tracking might be as easy as turning on your smartphone, as researchers find that phone apps monitor steps as well as wearables.
If you’re on the market for a fitness tracker, you’ll need to consider its design, features, apps, price and compatibility. Here’s a guide.
The $99 Garmin Forerunner 10 is a solid GPS watch that maps routes; tracks distance, pace and calories; and keeps your data safe — all in a waterproof design.
As a dedicated workout watch, the Mio Alpha 2 offers one of the best heart-rate monitors available in an easy-to-wear design.
The addition of an all-day heart-rate monitor makes the Fitbit Charge HR the best all-around fitness tracker for the price.
The $139 Garmin Forerunner 15 is an affordable GPS running-watch as well as a decent activity tracker, but we wish it offered Bluetooth syncing.
Going beyond steps and calories, Misfit will add controlling features to the Flash letting it turn on lights, adjust thermostats and play music.
The $249 Fitbit Surge is an all-day, everyday activity tracker that packs a continuous heart-rate monitor and a GPS sensor into its comfy frame.