Wearables are getting serious about health - and the ability to track heart rate monitoring is becoming the norm. But which ones can you rely on to do that accurately, which ones go beyond that to offer more sophisticated heart health features and how can you use your wearable to get the best out of it?
Wondering what to expect from wearable tech in 2019? From crowdfunded watches that run off your body heat to watches that can predict heart problems, here are the key announcements from this year's CES.
From the rise of the notched smartphone to the fall of small-screen televisions, the tech scene in 2018 has seen big changes impacting UK consumers.
Fitbit has launched the latest activity tracker in the Charge range, the Fitbit Charge 3. It’s slim, stylish and comes with a wealth of features. Hot on its heels is Garmin, rivalling the Charge 3 with the Vivosmart 4.
Apple recently revealed its new smartwatch, the Apple Watch Series 4, with much fanfare. We run you through what it has to offer and how it compares to two key competitors.
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.
Smartwatches are capable of many awesome things, but short battery life is often their downfall. Could the Samsung Galaxy Watch - with its battery life of seven days - be the answer to our prayers?
We take a look at the best GPS cycling watches, including Garmin and Suunto fitness watches and how to use your Apple Watch to track your ride.
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.
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...