fitness

Xiaomi releases Mi Band 4 update to address swim tracking issues

More watch face options also land for budget fitness tracker champ Xiaomi has released an update for the Mi Band 4 that will apparently improve the fitness

Huawei’s entire event lineup leaks as Band 4 fitness tracker is shown off

The event will also detail the GT Watch 2, as expected Huawei’s got a big event planned for 19 September, but has had its entire

A wearable beast from the East: Rise of the Chinese smartwatches

Xiaomi, Huawei are marching on Europe, but cracking the US may be impossible The kingpins of the western wearables market are facing a new challenge;

Apple Watch Series 5 hands-on: Always-on display is a keeper

There’s probably a long German word for the act of refining something which is already at the top of its segment, and if I knew

5 features we want to see on the new Apple Watch 5

How can the best smartwatch on the market be improved even further? Here are our top five suggestions for features on the Apple Watch Series

Fitbit Versa 2 review: Small steps add up to a giant leap forward

The Fitbit Versa 2 isn’t a whole lot different than last year’s model, but it’s upgraded where it counts. If you would have told me

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 Hands-on Review : First look – Bezel returns, ECG in waiting

IFA 2019: A smartwatch that’s about more than fitness It’s fair to say that the first Samsung Galaxy Watch Active took us a bit by

Garmin heads to IFA 2019 with eight new smartwatches

We’re in the midst of IFA 2019, and Garmin decided to show up to the event with a slew of new wearables in hand. In

Garmin Vivoactive 4 unveiled – fitness smartwatch aims to be a better workout partner

IFA 2019: Animated workouts and Pulse Ox sensor among the big new features Garmin has officially taken the wraps off the Vivoactive 4 and Vivoactive

Puma’s first smartwatch gets all of the sporty Wear OS goodies

IFA 2019: Wear watch packs GPS, heart rate and a swim-proof design Puma has unveiled its very first smartwatch at IFA 2019 and unsurprisingly, it’s

IFA 2019: The big wearable news that’s come out of the Berlin tech show

What we’ve seen from Asus, Fossil and others at this year’s IFA IFA is here – a huge show on the tech calendar, that’s already

Fitbit Versa 2 v Fitbit Versa: Six differences between the smartwatches

We contrast Fitbit’s Versa versions so you can pick between them Fitbit’s Versa 2 is a big device for the company – after the lacklustre sales

Apple Watch sleep tracking coming this year, no special hardware needed

The Apple Watch, especially the Apple Watch Series 4, has become an almost tiny diagnostics lab that has helped save dozens of lives. Despite that,

Form and Polar made heart rate-tracking AR swim goggles: and they look awesome

Form is introducing heart rate tracking to its augmented reality swim goggles with help from fitness tracker brand, Polar. The creator of the world’s first

Fitbit Versa 2 vs Apple Watch 4

Fitbit is one of the biggest names in wearables and its Fitbit Versa 2 comes in as something of a competitor for the Apple Watch

Hands on: Fitbit Versa 2 Review

With the Apple Watch 5 expected to be unveiled in the coming weeks, Fitbit has stolen a march and unveiled the Versa 2 – its next smartwatch.

Fitbit Versa 2: Apple Watch 5 rival official with Premium subscription and Alexa

Things are about to hit fever pitch in the tech world over the next few months, with IFA 2019 in Berlin and Apple expected to show off

Garmin Fenix 6 series to offer athletes a smartwatch to call their own

Smartwatches are a dime a dozen but the majority of them seem to be targeted as a specific class of users that prefer casual or

Samsung Galaxy Fit v Fitbit Inspire HR: Affordable fitness trackers compared

Which tracker is best? Here’s how the two match up If you’re in the market for a fitness tracker, the good news is that the two

Mi Band 5 already in development, says Huami CEO

The Mi Band 4 was introduced back in June, and it seems the brand is already on to the next-gen fitness wearable. During the Huami’s Q2 2019 earnings

Xiaomi Mi Band 5 is already in development according to Huami

A Mi Band 4 successor will apparently not take long to make Huami, maker of Xiaomi’s hugely popular Mi Band fitness tracker, has confirmed it’s

And finally: Huawei could launch AR smartglasses at IFA 2019

Welcome to this week’s And finally, your roundup of the stories you may have missed in the last seven days. With IFA 2019 nearing on the horizon, there’s

Zeblaze NEO Touch Screen Smart Watch Review

Zeblaze is a recognized brand name in the smartwatch industry with a massive portfolio of enriched devices. Today, we are going to conduct a thorough

Xiaomi Mi Band 4 v Xiaomi Mi Band 3: Six key differences between the fitness trackers

We compare the two latest Xiaomi bands to help you decide Xiaomi’s line of Mi Band fitness trackers are among the most popular wearables in

IFA 2019: Big wearable announcements to expect at the Berlin tech show

What we could see from Huawei, Garmin and others at this year’s IFA IFA is the next big show on the tech calendar, which should

Garmin Fenix 6X pops up briefly on Amazon prior to 29 Aug launch

If some premature Amazon listings are anything to go by, Garmin is a few weeks away from launching its next range of flagship Fenix watches.

Xiaomi Mi Band 4: The best faces to download for the fitness tracker

Learn how to switch up your look on the all-new colour screen The Xiaomi Mi Band 4 may feature a similar look to its predecessor, but the

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 vs Apple Watch 4: which smartwatch is for you?

The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 is perhaps the closest rival yet to the Apple Watch 4, as like Apple’s latest wearable it sports an

Aipower Wearbuds review: Wireless earbuds + fitness band

Some time ago, it was said that in order to better exercise, I got the idea of airpods, now can finally be on the treadmill

ECG explained: The science behind the wearable health tech revolution

What you need to know about technology for serious health tracking Heart rate monitors are part and parcel of smartwatches and fitness trackers now, but