Your Fitness Tracker Might Be Wildly Inaccurate
Heart rate monitors didn't fare well in a recent test.
In The Future You'll Swallow Your Fitbit
Researchers have developed an ingestible sensor that could be a first step toward more sophisticated monitoring of vital signs.
Would You Wear Your Fitbit If It Was a $345 Gold Bracelet?
I tried a high end “smart bracelet” for its security features, which goes beyond activity tracking featured on most standard wearables.
There's a World of Fitness Trackers Beyond Fitbit
Fitbit may be the most familiar, but companies like TomTom and Garmin also make fitness trackers worth your time.
According to Our Fitness Trackers, That Debate Was Stressful AF
I asked people on Twitter how high their heart rate was during the debate.
Your Heart Rate Monitor Is Nonsense, Study Says
The FitBit monitor was 24 heartbeats over or 39 beats under most of the time.
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This Wearable Tech Necklace Wants to Listen to You Chew
How one machine listens to the sound we make when we chew different foods to analyze data and make us healthier humans.
I Asked People on Craigslist Why They’re Giving Up and Selling Their FitBit
The intense dedication to tracking your every move just isn’t sustainable.
McDonald's Offers Activity-Tracking Wearables with Their 500 Calorie Happy Meals
An 8-year-old would need to walk about five hours to burn off a Happy Meal.
This Pair of Smart Socks Got Me Into Wearable Tech
This Canadian Startup Can Track Your Emotions Through a Fitness Monitor
Sensaura wants to revolutionize video games, advertising, and more.
How a Canadian Pharmacist Is Planning to Overthrow the Tyranny of Doctors
Roger Simard wants to monitor every patient with smart wearables.