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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... >>

Microsoft Band's first major update brings predictive keyboard, web dashboard, and more

Microsoft Band's first major update brings predictive keyboard, web dashboard, and more

By 23 February 2015

Microsoft just made Microsoft Band more useful. Microsoft Band is a fitness band. Microsoft released it in the US last October for $199, but only now has it delivered the first major software update alongside a developer preview SDK that will allow app... >>

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... >>

This London Bike Show 2015 tech will make you want to visit in person

This London Bike Show 2015 tech will make you want to visit in person

By 13 February 2015

Bike technology is developing fast so we headed down to the London Bike Show 2015 to see what's on offer. One of the main reasons for so many new developments in the world of bikes is crowd-funding. With Indiegogo and Kickstarter offering money to would-be... >>

BikeHawk is starting a bicycle security revolution, never worry about theft again

BikeHawk is starting a bicycle security revolution, never worry about theft again

By 13 February 2015

BikeHawk is an innovative start-up that wants to stop bike theft. A tall order that it appears to have tackled by offering GPS and SIM connected bike parts that let you know where you bike is, always. All that and its a ride tracking cycle computer too.... >>

Buying chocolate? Show your tech credentials with The Cocoa Runners Pocket-lint Collection

Buying chocolate? Show your tech credentials with The Cocoa Runners Pocket-lint Collection

By 12 February 2015

Pocket-lint has teamed up with artisan chocolate website Cocoarunners.com to bring Pocket-lint readers a specially curated box by our founder Stuart Miles. Stuart set up Pocket-lint with an initial investment of £15, the same amount as his first investment... >>

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... >>

Garmin ForeRunner 920XT review: At the forefront
4.5 out of 5

Garmin ForeRunner 920XT review: At the forefront

By 11 February 2015

Garmin has been in the GPS watch game as long as it has existed, and was creating GPS systems long before that. But with many smartwatches and activity trackers flooding the market of late, it's had to modernise to offer more. The Garmin ForeRunner 920XT... >>

Goodbye batteries, skin powered gadgets are finally here

Goodbye batteries, skin powered gadgets are finally here

By 3 February 2015

Wearables and smart clothing are going to be appearing in huge numbers in 2015 but the problem with them will always be the same – power. Or will it? A breakthrough flexible nanogenerator, revealed at the MEMS 2015 conference last week, could fix power... >>

Epson Runsense SF-810 review: Serious features, shabby software
3 out of 5

Epson Runsense SF-810 review: Serious features, shabby software

By 3 February 2015

Epson, most famous for its printers, is making the move into sports wearables with its Runsense range of GPS-enabled watches. No ink carts or A4 paper to be seen anywhere. Running watches aren't a new concept, of course, with big names like Garmin and... >>