Researchers are testing the use of fitness trackers and other wearable devices to monitor patients' health when they are at home.
Submerged your tracker in water? Accidents happen. Here are some tips on what to do if you dropped your tracker in the sink or left it in a pocket and threw it in the washing machine.
Most fitness trackers are designed for adults, but the devices might help researchers study exercise habits in kids.
The Pulse O2 is the latest fitness tracker from Withings, which is marketed as a way to track daily activity and improve health.
The Magellan Echo smartwatch is a relatively basic smartwatch, and runs just one app at a time. I wore the Echo for a week to see whether it improved my workouts.
Many fitness trackers keep on tracking even after you've hit the sack. Here's how to track your sleep with some of the most popular fitness trackers.
Physical-activity researchers are using accelerometers to get a better picture of how people move throughout the day, which could ultimately lead to updates of activity guidelines.
By the year 2025, the "Internet of Things" will bring improvements in convenience and efficiency, but at the expense of privacy, social divisions and complex problems, experts predict.
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