The Nevo Balade Parisienne is a good-looking fitness-tracker watch, but its app isn’t well-thought-out.
The Apple Watch Series 2 costs $100 more than the Series 1, but has a few extra features. Here's a side-by-side comparison to help you decide which is best for your needs.
Apple amps up the Apple Watch's fitness features, which could mean big business for a weakening smart-watch market.
Philips’ plain-looking watch-style fitness tracker is functional, but for $249 we expect it to do a lot more.
Those who want to track their weight-training exercises and expand their workout regimes will appreciate the Atlas Wristband 2.
The Fitbit Flex 2 is smart enough to recognize your activities automatically and is so light that you might forget you're wearing it.
Naked 3D Fitness Tracker, available for a $699 preorder, features a trio of Intel RealSense cameras that perform a 3D scan of your body to track the results of diet and exercise.
A large display, attractive design and some smartwatch functionality (like notifications) make the Basis Peak an excellent activity tracker.
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Get the Misfit Ray if you want a stylish fitness tracker, but also consider the Shine 2, which has a sleeker profile.
Although it offers almost too much data, the Garmin Forerunner 735XT can track running, swimming and biking, as well as deliver phone notifications.
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With GPS, a heart-rate monitor and built-in storage for music, there's a lot to like about the Gear Fit 2. However, the display can be tough to read outdoors.
The Withings Body Cardio Scale records your weight and lets you know if your arteries are healthy, but this is no substitute for your annual checkup.
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The Vivofit 3, the latest version of Garmin's low-end fitness tracker, stacks up well against the competition.
The waterproof Misfit Shine 2 tracks only the most basic of fitness and sleep metrics, but it will last you awfully long and cost you just $99.99.
New research shows that Fitbit devices miscalculate heart rates by as much as 20 beats per minute, but the fitness tracker leader says the study is biased.
Pebble's upcoming Core wearable frees its smartwatch from your wrist while the updates to the Pebble and Pebble Time watches focus heavily on health features.
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The Garmin vivosmart HR+ has all of the features of the vivosmart HR, but also comes with built in GPS.
Those looking for a minimalist fitness-tracking device will like the Misfit Shine's design. Read our full review of this fitness tracker.
The Rock Clock is here to wake you up and give you all the motivation you need to stay awake, and no Snooze button
Packing GPS, a heart-rate monitor, notifications and third-party apps, the Garmin vivoactive HR is a jack-of-all-trades fitness tracker.
Apple's new CareKit technology makes it easy for patients and doctors to communicate and track medical conditions. Here are the CareKit-enabled apps you get now.
What happens with big companies like Nokia, Intel and Adidas absorb fitness tracker pioneers? Nothing, and that's the problem.
A good design and long battery life don't make up for the Epson Runsense SF-110's confusing interface and poor app.
The $130 Fitbit Alta provides an easy way to track your activity and sleep in a less bulky design than competing devices, but it has a finicky screen.