Many of us are planning to get into shape in 2019 – and there's no shortage of devices that claim to help us to do so? But which do you need? We help you pick the best type of tech for your fitness goal.
In November, Tesco announced it would be stocking the IMO S2 with monqi, designed to be a child’s first smartphone. It’s powered by monqi technology, a childproof operating system that...
You expect your fitness watch or activity tracker to be built to last, robust, powerful and ready for action. But both Garmin and Fitbit wearable straps are prone to breaking. Find out how to prevent your strap breaking and what to do if it does.
A recent study by the University of British Columbia concluded that Fitbits and other fitness trackers are often highly inaccurate. That’s no surprise to Which?: our tests have exposed devices that leave you with no clear idea of how much activity you’ve done - whether that's steps taken or calories burned.
The Xiaomi Mi Band 3 activity tracker has a built-in heart-rate tracker, and costs just £25. Does that make it worth buying? Our review reveals all.
Could one of these fitness watches, activity trackers or smartwatches help to calm your mind and catch some z's? We take a look at what Apple, Fitbit, Garmin (and others) are doing to help train your mind as well as your body.
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We take an expert look at the Aquarius and Apachie activity trackers available from Groupon. Are these cheap trackers a brilliant bargain, or a dud deal?
The best wearables we’ve tested are crammed with features, and if you own one of those devices there’s a chance you haven’t seen all that it can do. Below, we’ve...
We've taken a first look at the Fitbit Ace and Garmin Vivofit Jr 2 activity trackers for children. Could they encourage activity, and completion of chores?