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Monster claims it was fraudulently eased out from a development deal with Beats ahead of Apple's acquisition.
These insanely lightweight and durable readers grip your nose, then slide right into smartphone cases when you're done.
Balance and flex sensors collect data about each ride, and the app can even overlay that data on a video of your run.
The basic TENS technology has been around for years, but now Quell has FDA approval to bring it to the consumer market.
If Bluetooth just ain't cutting it, Toshiba's new dongle lets you wirelessly beam data between iOS devices at (relatively) blistering rates.
If you want to look good while tracking your steps, the new Activité Pop may be the smartwatch for you.
Oh snap, you may have to postpone your New Year's resolution to exercise, at least if Jawbone's UP3 fitness band was part of your plans.
Better late than never, the long-overdue health and activity tracker promises to deliver canine wellness data that not even your vet can record.
The Newton-powered eMate was stylish, friendly, and made the best noises you’ve ever heard from a device.
Does anyone keep their fingers on the home row anymore?
The more we learn about the Apple Watch, the less it seems like a complete departure from the existing wearable market.
Apple stresses simplicity and quick interactions as it opens the floodgates for third-party smartwatch apps.
The skateboarding legend took the Hendo Hoverboard prototype for a ride and it's just as glorious as you'd expect.