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.
The Spire Health Tag attaches to your clothing, can go through the wash and runs for 18 months on a charge so you never have to think about taking this health monitor on or off.
The Garmin Vivosport is a GPS-enabled activity tracker with features you typically find on higher-priced sports watches.
The Garmin Forerunner 25 is a solid no-frills running watch for new runners. It doesn't do a lot, but what it does, it does well.
Garmin’s Vivomove HR is an attractive timepiece, but its smart fitness-tracking features leave a lot to be desired.
Huawei’s budget fitness band sports accurate GPS, heart rate sensor and sleep analysis in a Fitbit-like package.
The Vivoactive 3 adds apps and mobile payment support, and that's just the start of the makeover Garmin's giving to its fitness trackers.
The Fitbit Ionic ships in October with its own app store. The goal: to bring you more fitness-focused experiences without forcing you to leave Fitbit.
The Gear Sport offers water resistance, improved activity tracking and a number of other features that make it a potential workout companion.
With a new smartwatch, sweatproof headphones, and a suite of enhanced health- and fitness-tracking features, Fitbit proves it's playing hardball.
Jawbone is folding, so what happens now if you’ve got one of the company’s fitness bands? Here are some compelling alternatives if you’re ready to move on.
Polar's solid A370 fitness tracker offers continuous heart rate-monitoring, connected GPS and deeper sleep insights.
Fitbit is expected to release a new smartwatch later this year. While we're looking forward to what the company has up its sleeve, it's likely to face some serious challenges.
The goal of taking a steps every day is taking a backseat to metrics that reveal more about a person’s activity levels, health and fitness.
A new patent filing from Apple suggests the company is working on a way to add respiration rate measuring capabilities to its smartwatch.
With a built-in heart-rate monitor and storage for music, the TomTom Spark 3 Cardio + Music is the best GPS watch for those who want to track their heart rates and listen to music while working out.
Garmin's 360 camera records video in 4K, and also can overlay all sorts of data, including your speed, altitude, and heading.
You can take all of these fitness wearables in the shower, and some of them can also be your swim partner.
Whether you just bought a Fitbit activity tracker or have had one for years, here's how to get the most out of your device.
A refreshed design, larger screen and enhanced activity capabilities make the Fitbit Charge 2 an excellent midrange fitness tracker.
Acer's Leap Ware looks like a decent fitness tracker watch for $139, but that might be enough to sway shoppers.
With more than 20 hours of battery life, the ability to track almost any activity and a durable design, the Garmin fenix 5 is the outdoor GPS watch to get.
A new study shows that touchscreen use by children directly translates to less sleep, as well as an increase in the number of times kids wake up during the night.
The Suunto Spartan Sport Wrist HR is a durable GPS watch that tracks a lot of activities, but its heart rate monitor could be more accurate.
Apple could be developing a blood glucose monitoring feature for the Apple Watch, according to a CNBC report.
The Fitbit Alta HR is a slim and stylish tracker with a heart rate monitor, but it has some usability issues.
New Balance’s Android Wear-powered RunIQ smartwatch trips over its limited features, poor interface and short battery life.
Though it’s expensive, the Whoop Strap is worth the price for actual or would-be athletes who want to maximize performance and minimize illness and injury.