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Couch to 5K run: Best apps and wearables to get you fit

Couch to 5K run: Best apps and wearables to get you fit

By 25 March 2015

The sun has got his hat on in the UK so it's time to get out and join him, getting fit at the same time. Apps and wearables can help make the process a whole lot easier by helping with motivation. Getting fit is not easy. The thought of sitting with a... >>

Fitbit Surge goes multi-sport with update for cycling tracking

Fitbit Surge goes multi-sport with update for cycling tracking

By 24 March 2015

Fitbit has announced an update for its Surge activity tracker that will allow it to track cycling data, making it a multi-sport device. The Fitbit Surge already has a built-in heart rate monitor as well as GPS for true sports tracking. Now, by adding... >>

Best activity trackers: The best fitness wearables to buy today

Best activity trackers: The best fitness wearables to buy today

By 24 February 2015

The wearables market has really taken off over the past year, leaving behind a plethora of devices from smartwatches and heart rate measuring headphones to sports watches and activity trackers. There is such a breadth of choice out there, it's difficult... >>

Fitbit Charge HR review: Great for gym goers
4.5 out of 5

Fitbit Charge HR review: Great for gym goers

By 23 February 2015

Fitbit has an entire family of activity trackers, from the simple Fitbit Zip which counts steps, distance and calories burned, to the Fitbit Flex which adds active minutes and sleep monitoring. The Fitbit Charge HR is the next step up in the range, expanding... >>

Wearable waste: Study shows smartphones work as accurately

Wearable waste: Study shows smartphones work as accurately

By 11 February 2015

If you've ever wondered just how accurate wearables are, especially when compared to smartphones, your answer has arrived. A recent study has found wearables to be similar to the tracking of the smartphone you probably already own. Before we delve into... >>

Fitbit Flex review: Smart but not sexy
4 out of 5

Fitbit Flex review: Smart but not sexy

By 22 January 2015

Fitbit is no stranger to the activity tracking world with several options under its belt, claiming to have one to suit everyone.  The Fitbit Flex is described by the company as "the stylish wristband that fits your lifestyle" and it will do all sorts... >>

Fitbit refresh: Surge, Charge and Charge HR put more monitoring on your wrist

Fitbit refresh: Surge, Charge and Charge HR put more monitoring on your wrist

By 28 October 2014

Fitbit has announced three new devices, the Fitbit Charge, Charge HR and Surge. The Surge is the new top-of-the-line, a fully-fledged sportswatch that offers so much more than just movement tracking. It's the most sophisticated Fitbit device so far and... >>

Fitbit Surge leaks early with built-in GPS, heart rate sensor and more

Fitbit Surge leaks early with built-in GPS, heart rate sensor and more

By 27 October 2014

The Fitbit Surge, the sports tracking company's latest hardware, has leaked onto an online store with specs that could set it above all others. Unlike previous Fitbit activity trackers, which relied heavily on step counting, the Surge appears to feature... >>

Apple might stop selling Fitbit devices now that Fitbit won't support Health app

Apple might stop selling Fitbit devices now that Fitbit won't support Health app

By 15 October 2014

One week after Fitbit confirmed it won't directly support Apple's Health app or Healthkit for the time being, Apple has supposedly decided it will no longer sell Fitbit's popular devices. While it looks as though Apple is strong-arming Fitbit into submission,... >>

Fitbit Charge and Charge HR fitness trackers possibly coming soon, reveals leak

Fitbit Charge and Charge HR fitness trackers possibly coming soon, reveals leak

By 14 October 2014

Fitbit is getting ready to launch two new fitness trackers, it seems. According to Gizmodo, which received some marketing materials that revealed the fitness trackers, Fitbit is about to launch two models that are basically a newer version of its failed... >>