The Forerunner 55 and Forerunner 945 LTE come with built-in GPS, heart-rate sensor, and multiple sports modes. These watches are currently available in the US with prices starting from $200.
Google has announced new camera features for Google Fit, which allow the app to measure a user's heart rate and respiratory rate using just the camera on the phone. Pixel phones will get it first.
Ahead of the official launch, both Amazon India and Flipkart have listed the OnePlus band on their respective websites confirming the key features and the design of the fitness band.
OnePlus has long been rumored to be launching its own smartwatch, which the company's CEO has since confirmed. Before that, though, the company is apparently launching a fitness band.
Apple has announced that its subscription service focused on fitness, Apple Fitness+, is launching on December 14. The service is built around the Apple Watch, and it will cost $9.99 per month.
Google has detailed the features making it to the Fit app for Wear OS devices, including the new Tiles, quick settings toggles, custom goals for workouts, a Touch Lock feature, and much more.
One year after it originally released, Ring Fit Adventure has proven itself to be an incredibly useful fitness tool during the pandemic. We take a look at how the fitness game works so well.
Strings found in a teardown of the beta version of the Google app hint that the firm might be working to let the Assistant integrate with health services to provide sleep data and health suggestions.
Google is rolling out a couple of updates to the Google Fit app next week. The new changes will introduce dark mode and improvements to the fitness tool's sleep tracking capability, among others.
Withings changed hands earlier in the year from Nokia to the firm's original co-founder Éric Carreel. The firm is now teasing something on its website, complete with an ominous countdown clock.
Google is reportedly working on a new fitness service that will apparently be more proactive when it comes to suggestions. Google Coach will most likely land on Wear OS devices first.
Huami has made its premium fitness smartwatch, the Stratos, available for sale to the public. The watch features an always-on transflective color touchscreen display, ceramic bezel, and more.
Fitbit has announced a new fitness wearable made specifically with children in mind. The device comes with a companion app that will allow parents to set up and curate their child's experience.
Amazfit has announced the release of its Bip fitness smartwatch. The firm claims that it can provide more than 30 days of battery life and boasts many features for fitness tracking.
The Fitbit Coach app is now available for Xbox One and Windows 10 devices. You can download the personalized training app and have access to a bunch of workouts in the comfort of your own home.
Pact, a fitness app that promised to pay users a sum of money for meeting certain fitness goals has been brought to task by the FTC and owes around $1 million to users for not living up to its word.
While the Galaxy Note8 will headline Samsung's upcoming Unpacked event, the company will also unveil a new waterproof fitness wearable dubbed the Gear Fit2 Pro, with support for iOS and Android.
Apple's WWDC 2017 event has kicked off and there's lots of new stuff. One of the big headlines was watchOS 4 which is expected to launch in the fall and brings new watchfaces and updates core apps.
Garmin finally has a connected multisport watch range, in the form of the fēnix 5 series, fit for the wrists of workout and style junkies alike, including a smaller and thinner 42mm model.
Lots of us started the new year promising to get in shape and lose a few pounds. The MGCool Band 2 promises to help you with those resolutions without denting your wallet. We put it to the test.
Huawei has debuted its latest wearable in the form of the 'Huawei FIt', a $129 fitness watch that will give users up to six days of use on a single charge. The 'Fit' also offers a heart rate monitor.
Apple has been having some trouble defining the role of its Watch. Having relegated it to the fitness market, the company now reportedly hopes to build on that and push into the healthcare sector.
During the Apple event which unveiled a number of new products, Niantic Labs CEO John Hanke also took to the stage to announce that the smash hit Pokémon GO game is coming to the Apple Watch.
Fitbit has just unveiled a couple of new fitness trackers, designed to be follow-ups to its current offerings. The Charge 2 is a high-end, big-screened tracker, while the new Flex 2 is waterproof.
Xiaomi has recently released the latest version of their Mi Band fitness tracker range, and while it has a number of new features, it also disappoints in many areas. Check out our full review!
Samsung's new fitness wearable, the Gear Fit2 is now available in stores and online. The new device is launching in seven markets for now, with more coming soon, for a retail price of $179.99.
After introducing the WankBand, and attempting to do space porn, Pornhub has now entered the fitness world. It has introduced the BangFit, which measures calories burned while doing the deed.
Fitbit is launching a brand new fitness bracelet that has a strong focus on design and fashion appeal. The basic version of the Alta bracelet is available for pre-order today for $130.
After announcing, and failing, to launch the 'Grip', it was anyone's guess as to what HTC would launch. Today, HTC has announced the 'UA HealthBox', which is a system of fitness/health products.
Misfit says its latest wearable device, the Ray, is its "most versatile activity tracker yet", with an aluminum body and a design intended to blend in with watches, bracelets and jewelry.
Microsoft says its recently released Band 2 fitness tracker has improved heart rate tracking, and now the company is providing tips to get the best results from the device's heart rate monitor.
Microsoft has made notable strides with its newest Band fitness tracker, but some unexpected problems with tracking accuracy keep the device just short of excellence.
Microsoft's second-generation Band wearable fitness device is giving me very different heart rate readings compared with the original when working out - but does that mean it's more or less accurate?
The hardware changes are what receives the most attention when discussing the Microsoft Band 2, but it's actually the improved interface that I'm probably most happy with.
HTC first showed off its Grip fitness wearable in March, promising a launch in Spring. It later said it would launch new products "later this year", but has now pushed its plans back to early 2016.
Custom workouts have finally made their way to the Microsoft Band. While the feature is a tremendous idea and decent start, Microsoft's execution leaves a bit to be desired.
Microsoft Health has been given a massive overhaul, with new apps available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone. Perhaps more importantly, however, the service's dashboard got a lot more powerful.
Users will be able to create custom workouts for the new Microsoft Band, bringing the capabilities of the original's first-party guided workouts to the end-user for new workout regimens.
Swatch's CEO calls the Apple Watch "an interesting toy, but not a revolution", and says his company's new smartwatch won't include any health-tracking features, despite saying last year that it would.
Microsoft is currently working on the Band 2, and in preparation for its upcoming release, the company is reportedly halting production of the original Band.