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This Small Radar Device Can Track Your Sleeping Patterns

In our quest for ever-better sleep trackers, we may have to turn to an older technology for results. Read More >>

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Microsoft’s Heart Rate-Reading, Stress-Sensing Fitness Band is Official

After a series of leaks yesterday, the Microsoft Band, a 10-sensor fitness tracker which should last two days on a charge, is officially official and goes on sale today. Read More >>

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Fitbit Charge Tracker Now on Sale, Charge HR and Surge Arrive in 2015

The worst-kept gadget secret in recent history is no longer secret at all. The new Fitbit Charge, Charge HR, and Surge fitness trackers are official. Here's everything you need to know. Read More >>

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LG’s KizON is a GPS Tracker Masquerading as a Wearable for Kids

If you have a child that strays further away than the nearest TV, LG's KizON is for you. It has GPS abilities and a smartphone companion app to ping the location of the wearer to the phone of the person who paid for it, although it lacks any "fun" stuff to make the child think it's a cool toy like the thing daddy looks at all day. Read More >>

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Fitbit Flex Hands On: The King’s Reign Might Be Over

We just got a few minutes with Fitbit's new Flex activity tracker. From the look of it, it's basically just reengineered the One, made it smaller, taken out the altimeter and shoved it into a wristband. Double tap the band and a stream of five tiny LEDs notify you of how many goals you've reached for the day. So if you've only hit two of your five goals, then only two LEDs will light up. The band itself seems a bit chintzy but is infinitely adjustable for any size wrist. Read More >>

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Fitbit’s New, Cheap, Anti-Lazy Gadgets Are Adorable

Remember Fitbit, makers of tiny activity-tracking gadgets for health and fitness? Well, the 2012 models are here and they're smaller, cheaper, and better than their last thingies. After all, fitness-tracking shouldn't be limited to big-pocketed rich people, right? Read More >>