Gyms and leisure centres are now closed, but you can still find ways to stay active. A fitness tracker or smartwatch can help you stick to a routine, keep track of goals and challenge you to hit targets.
Apple Watches are ultra-fashionable, and come with a shedload of features, including terrific screens, fall detection and the ability to take ECGs. But they're also super expensive. Should you buy an Apple doppelganger instead?
With prices starting from around £20, a fitness tracker is no longer a luxury purchase. More people are turning to fitness trackers and smartwatches to help them lose weight, monitor a new fitness routine or simply get a bit more feedback on their day-to-day life.
Which? compares the Fitbit Versa (£158), Fitbit Versa Lite (£135) and Fitbit Inspire HR (£90). Discover how their specs match up and whether you'll miss out by buying one of the cheaper models compared to the standard Versa
Wearables from Mobvoi, Polar and Withings have returned from our lab, with one of the new arrivals earning the title of Which? Best Buy.
The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10, 'foldable' Galaxy X and Apple AirPods 2 are all set to be unveiled this year
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.
A smartwatch or fitness watch can be an invaluable aid to getting fit and healthy. Find out what the Apple Watch 4 can offer compared to the wearables from Fossil, Garmin, Huami and Suunto that went through our latest round of testing.
We got hands on with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone, Galaxy Watch and Tab S4 tablet, and reveal our initial impressions of the latest Samsung devices.
We take a look at the key features of the latest Samsung devices, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Samsung Galaxy Smartwatch