Apple Watches and Fitbits have inadvertently saved lives. But how far are we from replacing our annual checkup with a glance at our wrist?
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.
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From wearables to in-bed gadgets, tech for sleep monitoring is getting smarter, but the devices' overall effectiveness varies.