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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

Which Apple Watch and strap is right for you? Series 3, Series 4, Nike+ or Hermès?

The Apple Watch Series 4 is the fifth generation of the company’s smartwatch. It succeeds but doesn’t replace the Apple Watch Series 3, while the Series 2, Series

And finally: Apple Watch new Sport straps land and more

Welcome to your weekly instalment of And finally – a one-stop shop for quickly catching up on all the wearable tech news from the past seven days.

And finally: Apple Watch Series 4 Nike+ edition is now available

A mighty hello to all you lovely people out there who just want a little bit more wearable tech news. And guess what? We can

Nike Training Club guide: How to work out with the Apple Watch app

Let your smartphone take a back seat and keep track of things from the wrist The Apple Watch has been a sporty wearable since its inception, with

And finally: Nike Training Club comes to the Apple Watch

Welcome back to And Finally, our roundup of the week that’s been. On the site this week, Sophie has been trying out Rebble, the fan-built Pebble replacement

5 Reasons the Aluminum Apple Watch is Better

The Aluminum Apple Watch is better than the Stainless Steel or Ceramic models for most users. This is essentially an Apple Watch Sport replacement, and

And finally: Nike to debut connected shoes, but don’t expect them to track your run

All the industry whispers and lighter stories from the past week Welcome to And finally, the place where we round up some of the rumours and

Apple Watch v Wear OS: The battle for smartwatch supremacy

The war continues to wage, and it’s starting to get more interesting With Wear OS having now replaced what was formerly known as Android Wear and the Apple Watch now sporting

Coaching to 5K: A beginner’s chronicle of the best training apps and wearables

Future of Running Week: Which wearable/app combo is best for an intro to running? I’m not a runner. I never have been. Back when I

Nike+ Run Club: How to use Nike’s app to become a better runner

How to smash your goals with Nike’s Apple Watch-friendly running app The first thing you need to know about Nike+ Running is that it’s no

And finally: Nike boss talks FuelBand sequel and more

A look back on some of the lesser stories from a busy week in wearable tech Black Friday is over, Cyber Monday cometh. No doubt

Fitbit Ionic Adidas edition hands-on review : Everything you need to know about the sporty smartwatch

Not only is the long wait for the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch over, but we’re also set to be treated to a special edition of the Ionic thanks

The best running apps for hitting your goals and smashing your PB

Whether it’s for your smartwatch or smartphone, these are the best apps out there Choosing a good running app is still one of the cheapest

The best Apple Watch running apps tested

Plenty of runners will have their eye on the Apple Watch Series 2 for tracking runs and workouts. With GPS and a dedicated Nike+ version,

Living with the Apple Watch Nike+ : A strong sports-focussed smartwatch that we’ve already outgrown

Watches and smartwatches have primary jobs. Telling the time is an obvious one, and in the case of the smartwatch, delivering messages, tracking workouts, and

Apple Watch Series 2 vs Apple Watch Series 1 vs Apple Watch (2015): What’s the difference?

Apple announced a new smartwatch at the beginning of September in the form of the Apple Watch Series 2. This comes in a standard model,

Apple Watch Nike+ preview: It’s time to start running

Apple has announced a new version of the Apple Watch at its Special Event in San Francisco on Wednesday. The new Apple Watch will stay

Bragi Dash vs. Samsung Gear Icon X: Battle of the earbuds

Staying in shape can be hard work — and not just for your body. These days, fitness gadgets are everywhere, with companies like Fitbit, Nike,

Apple iPod Nano review:

Yes, the iPod Nano still exists. It’s one of the last MP3 players standing in Apple’s lineup, next to the gym-friendly, small-as-a-button iPod Shuffle and

Apple VR investigation: Why a virtual reality headset is on the cards

2016 will be remembered as the year that real VR landed. TheOculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR will grab the headlines, and don’t forget

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

Fitbit Blaze v Apple Watch: Battle of the stylish smartwatches

Before the Fitbit Blaze was unveiled earlier this month, you couldn’t really consider the Charge HR or the Surge as a genuine rival to the

Samsung Gear S2 review: Samsung’s best smartwatch is still a work in progress

Samsung is learning. After a string of smartwatches that failed to became bestsellers, the Korean company decided to reshape its vision of wearables — and

Atomic Floyd SuperDarts Titanium review

Atomic Floyd is a relatively new company, founded 2009 in the UK by ex-Philips man James Strong. After our initial listening to a sample of

Samsung Gear S2 hands-on: Tizen teaches Android Wear circles

    Samsung’s no stranger to the smartwatch, but it’s taken the arrival of the Gear S2 for it to finally embrace circular displays. There

The Gear S2 is great – now Samsung’s big IoT challenge begins

Samsung is off to a great start with the Gear S2 smartwatch, with its great UX and broad Android compatibility, but its challenge is only

Nike+ FuelBand SE Review After 3 Months

It’s been 3 months since I’ve been using the Nike’s FuelBand SE, which I bought in Las Vegas’s Nike store back in December. This is the

HTC delays Under Armour-branded wearable after testing and user feedback

As big tech companies invest more resources into developing wristband wearables, HTC is getting cold feet with its own wearable plans. In March, the company