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Rise and fall of the Jawbone UP24: The tracker that changed wearable tech

The rise and fall of a wearable tech legend The Jawbone UP24 represented the apex of those early, step-focused fitness trackers. Alongside the Fitbit Flex

And finally: Lenovo’s hybrid smartwatch, the Watch X, sells out in 15 seconds

Just like the Prodigal Son, you’ve returned. And to celebrate, we’re ready to unleash some of the lighter wearable tech stories from the week. That’s

And finally: Samsung Gear S4 evidence mounts with wireless charger details

It’s time for And finally, the place where we dig out some of the smaller stories from the wonderful world of wearables that might have escaped your

And finally: Fitbit forced to change warranty policy in Australia

Welcome one and all to And finally, the place to find out about the smaller stories from the world of wearables you may have missed. Missed the

Jawbone Health Hub: What we know so far

Jawbone’s back, tell a friend Jawbone is not dead. It’s living on but not in the wearable form it has adopted over the last few

Withings Health Mate : Essential guide – Tips and tricks for Withing’s lifestyle app

When we’re talking about how good a piece of fitness tech is, it’s easy to focus only on the hardware. But if you’re serious about

Waterproofing and wearables : Here’s what you need to know

‘Is it waterproof?’ That’s up there with ‘what’s the battery life?’ and ‘does it look any good?’ as the first questions that get asked when

Mio Fuse Review : Are you sporty enough to wear the Mio Fuse?

Fitness bands have split into two distinct groups: those with design and functionality that appeals to athletes and hardcore sportspeople, and those that concentrate on

Fitbit Blaze essential tips and tricks

The Fitbit Blaze remains our favourite fitness tracker despite stiff competition from newcomers like the Garmin Vivosmart HR+ and trackers including theMisfit Shine 2 and

Jawbone UP3 v Fitbit Charge HR : The best activity wearable

Fitbit or Jawbone – what activity tracker should you be rocking? Jawbone versus Fitbit has been the big battle of the fitness tracker genre since

Speedo Shine 2 first look review : Misfit fine tunes its swimming credentials

Misfit has had the upper hand on Fitbit and Jawbone by opting to make its fitness trackers waterproof. After teaming up with Speedo for the

Samsung S Health : The ultimate guide

Samsung S Health hasn’t always played nice with other wearables – in fact it’s only last year that the platform has been made available outside

The best budget fitness trackers

Activity tracking is cheaper than you think: Misfit, Jawbone, Fitbit, Razer and more… If you’re looking for a cheap fitness tracker that doesn’t compromise on

And finally : Xbox VR coming in 2017

Boy, it’s been a busy week in the world of wearable tech. We kicked things off with Fitbit’s heart rate data accuracy coming under scrutiny

TomTom Spark Cardio + Music review : Leave your smartphone home

Fitness tracking has really picked up in India over the last year and half. Products from FitBit, JawBone, Xiaomi to smartwatches with fitness tracking features

18 essential Jawbone tips : Get more from your Jawbone fitness band

It might be a bit quiet on the Jawbone front at the moment, but the the budget-friendly UP Move; its natural successor the UP2; the

Fitbit Alta review : Fitbit’s latest doesn’t break new ground but it remains a fashionable fitness tracker

The Fitbit Alta doesn’t break new ground but it remains a one of the most stylish fitness trackers around – especially for women looking for

Best apps for Android Wear: Download these top smartwatch apps now

With over 4,000 Android Wear apps available, there’s no excuse for settling for the default functionality that comes built into your Android Wear smartwatch. You

Fitbit Blaze review : Fitbit’s smartest device yet is great for beginners, but no gamechanger

For people starting out with fitness, the Fitbit Blaze is a decent all-rounder and the best tracker the company has produced to date. The Blaze

Nike FuelBand: The rise and fall of the wearable that started it all

It’s four years since the first Nike+ FuelBand went on sale in the US. Despite leaving this mortal coil so soon (two versions, three years)

Under Armour Band review : A fitness tracker where the software is the star of the show

So, was Under Armour and HTC’s first fitness tracker worth the wait? Sadly not. On its own, the UA Band is a pretty average piece

Polar A360 review : Polar’s first heart rate monitoring tracker is not up to scratch

The Polar A360 could have been a brilliant addition to the current glut of activity trackers, but it’s let down by some pretty major issues.

Hi-Tec Trek Plus review : A solid sub-£100 fitness tracker that lacks a really killer feature

The Hi-Tec Plus falls into the good all-rounder category of fitness trackers but doesn’t really do anything to stand out from the crowd. It’s a

Xiaomi Mi Band Pulse review

If you’re interested in a tracker like the Mi Band Pulse, chances are that you don’t need out of context heart rate data on a

Fossil Q Dreamer review

If you wouldn’t be caught dead wearing a black plastic band, this is the tracker for you. It’s not the most useful, motivating or best

Huawei TalkBand B2 Review

THE GOOD Easy-to-navigate touch-screen display Acts as Bluetooth headset Water- and dustproof. THE BAD Inaccurate sleep tracking Integration with Up app is currently limited Earpiece

Fossil Q Grant review

If you’re looking for a snazzy looking, well-built, Fossil watch and you think you might be interested in some basic fitness tracking, and that vibration

Razer Leviathan Mini Review

Inside the Razer Leviathan Mini you’re going to get some deep, booming sound. That’s for certain. If you connect this speaker to your Android device,

Garmin Forerunner 630 review

There’s always the concern that with so many features on board, the Forerunner 630 would lose sight of its core features as a sports watch.

Fitbit Charge HR – UPDATED review

A decent fitness tracker, the Fitbit is a good indicator of overall health, but don’t confuse it for a scientific training assistant. Lack of GPS