It’s not available outside of China yet, but keep an eye on this cheap yet effective fitness tracker.
After a frustrating month with a Wear OS Android watch, I remain hopeful about the future of Google's smartwatch platform.
FightCamp uses sensors, boxing gloves and a freestanding bag, with an eye toward helping you stay in shape by boxing.
Garmin is bringing offline music playback to more of its devices with the launch of the $300 Vivoactive 3 Music.
Peloton's connected treadmill aims to swap your gym membership for live-streamed classes. Your wallet won't like it, but your waistline might.
Lose It promises to to help you eat and exercise better based on an analysis of your DNA, but right now, the app's advice is too generic for the steep cost.
With a new smartwatch, sweatproof headphones, and a suite of enhanced health- and fitness-tracking features, Fitbit proves it's playing hardball.
Does wearing Under Armour’s Athlete Recovery Sleepwear really help you get a better night’s rest and heal your aches and pains?
The Fisher Price SmartCycle connects to an app (of course), and requires your kid to pedal towards victory.
The Rock Clock is here to wake you up and give you all the motivation you need to stay awake, and no Snooze button
The DietSensor app and Scio scanner can analyze the foods you're eating, and if they're healthy for you.
Fossil adds fitness tracking and smartphone compatibility to its analog Pilot 54 watch with the new Q54 Pilot smart watch.
The Sona Connected Bracelet tracks your mental and physical activity to help you better deal with stress. We go hands-on.
Thync's wearable can perk you up or calm you down by sending electrical pulses straight into your nerves.
Will Bosch's eBikes catch on in the U.S.? I took a ride on one around the streets of Manhattan to find out.