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The Best Action Cameras for Filming Your Extreme Adventures

There are many reasons why you'd want an action camera. You could be a biker/cyclist wanting to record your travels on the off chance a maniac decides to mow you down on the way to work. You could be an outdoorsman wanting to document all the cool stuff you do. Or maybe you're going on holiday and want to film things without having to think about what you're doing. Read More >>

gadgets
Garmin’s Newest Dashcams Feature Voice Control

The Dash Cam 45 and Dash Cam 55 are the latest from Garmin, equipped with automatic incident detection, GPS capabilities and voice control. Read More >>

wearables
Garmin’s Fēnix 5 Squeezes Satellite Navigation Into a Slim Fitness-Tracking Smartwatch

At CES 2015, Garmin revealed the epix: the company’s first wearable that included the same satellite navigation capabilities as its handheld units. As smartwatches go, the epix was one of the largest and bulkiest wearables you could strap to your wrist, but two years later, Garmin has finally packed similar functionality into its Fēnix smartwatch. Read More >>

action cams
Garmin’s 4K Action Cam Can be Operated Hands-Free Using Voice Commands

With the release of the VIRB X and XE action cams last year, Garmin finally gave consumers a reason to choose its action cam over a GoPro. But while it had built-in sensors letting users measure just how extreme their stunts were, it topped out at a disappointing 1080p. The new VIRB Ultra 30, however, boosts that recordable resolution to 4K, and it introduces voice controls. Read More >>

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Garmin’s Vívofit 3 Fitness Tracker Detects Exactly How You’re Staying Active

With smartwatches and phones gaining activity tracking capabilities, dedicated fitness trackers have needed to find new gimmicks to stay relevant. Batteries that lasted a full year without charging was a great start, as is the Move IQ technology in Garmin’s new Vívofit 3 that can recognise your different activities. Read More >>

watches
Goodbye Chest Straps, Garmin’s Fenix 3 Multisport GPS Watch Gains a Heart Rate Monitor

If swimming, surfing, biking, snowboarding, running, and hiking sound like the average weekend for you, Garmin’s fēnix 3 is the multisport GPS watch that just might sell you on the merits of wearing a smartwatch — especially now that there’s a version with a heart rate monitor built-in. Read More >>

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Garmin’s New Sat Navs Can Spot Hazards on the Road Before You Do

Distracted driving was a problem even before we all had smartphones buzzing in our pockets. But it’s an even bigger issue now, and one that Garmin wants to help solve with its new Drive line of sat navs that include improved driver awareness features alerting you to possible concerns on the road ahead. Read More >>

fitmodo
Garmin’s Updated Fitness Tracker Encourages You to Get High

Following in the footsteps of Polar and Sony, Garmin has upgraded its Vivosmart fitness tracker with a built-in heart optical rate monitor. At the cost of a tiny hit in battery life, the new Vivosmart HR means there’s one less accessory to bring with you on a run. Read More >>

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Garmin’s New GPS Running Watches Bring Bigger Screens and Better Smarts

The Garmin Forerunner family has long been a pretty great way to bring some science to your running. For the latest versions, what’s mostly not broke ain’t being fixed, but there are some neat-looking new features. Read More >>

reviews
Garmin Epix Review: Can a Smartwatch Work as a Touchscreen Navigator?

A touchscreen GPS navigator that works in the wilderness and that you can wear on your wrist? That’s a great idea, but not one that Garmin’s been able to realise with this new Epix. Allow me to explain. Read More >>

watches
Garmin’s New GPS Watch Looks Like a Classic Digital Casio

If there’s one product the miniaturisation of electronics has benefitted, it’s watches. Garmin’s new Forerunner 25 manages to squeeze GPS, fitness tracking, and even basic notifications into a wearable device that reminds us of Casio’s classic digital watches that could only tell time. Read More >>

fitmodo
The Best Fitness Tracker for Every Need

Like many of you, I work in front of a computer. They’re powerful devices, but they also suck your will to live and trick you into never, ever getting up and going outside. Reasons like that are why fitness trackers were invented. Read More >>

bicycles
Garmin’s New Bike Light Looks Further Ahead the Faster You Ride

As part of its new Varia line of smart cycling devices, Garmin just introduced a couple of lightning options that promise to make it safer for cyclists riding at night. And not only when it comes to visibility but also because they help riders keep their eyes glued on the road. Read More >>