While Fitbit has all but defined the category, especially with Jawbone effectively leaving the market, TomTom has a wide range of fitness-centric devices, covering everything from sports watches to more classic fitness bands. The TomTom Touch most definitely fits into the latter category, delivering a range of fitness stats to help you along your health journey.
The ultra-slim Alta was one of Fitbit's most popular wearables in 2016. Barely a year later, Fitbit is debuting the slightly rebooted Alta HR, which adds a feature for the fitness-conscious: heart rate tracking. The technology is typically found on chunkier wristbands and smartwatches, like the Apple Watch or Fitbit's own Charge 2 - but now it's available on the skinny-as-a-bracelet Alta HR.
Kids are jumping on the fitness band-wagon. Many parents are seeing their little ones taking a sudden interest in wearable activity trackers - like the Apple Watch that Jennifer Owens' 12-year-old daughter, Gwendolyn, borrowed this weekend.
A quick glance at the Mio Fuse's sporty design may leave you thinking it's made to be worn when you're building up a sweat. But with step counting and sleep tracking built in, it can be worn all day. But should it?
Apple and Nike are teaming up to bring the aptly named Apple Watch Nike+ to runners around the world. It has all of the same features as the Apple Watch Series 2, including built-in GPS, a brighter display, a faster processor, watchOS 3, and water resistance up to 164 feet.
Even as smartwatches have come in to supposedly supplant fitness trackers, they remain the most popular wearables on the market. Trackers range from small clip-on devices to bands that look and act a lot like a full on smartwatch-with pretty much everything in between.
As the first wave of rumors arrived for Samsung's Gear Fit 2, I've got to be honest in admitting that I was not at all excited. In fact, I probably winced, shook my head a couple of times, and contemplated schemes that would force Tim to review it.
Pamela Royal's first fitness tracker consisted of a sheet of paper, a pen and the stopwatch on her BlackBerry. The Royal family takes a cold jog across the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge in mid-March. Pamela Royal relied on wearable devices when she fi rst go...