Huawei’s new Fit is lightweight, comfortable, and has a battery that can last for at least a week. With the water resistant feature, it can be worn while going for a swim or in the shower. Continue reading
Misfit, the fitness and sleep tracking expert has launched its first smartwatch. The Misfit Phase looks like a regular analog watch but packs some really good technology inside. Continue reading →
Withings Activité range had a wonderful start with models like Activité, Activité Steel, and the Activité Pop. This time, Withings returns with the same classy design, but more interesting features. Continue reading →
The Fitbit Charge 2 is the successor to the Charge HR activity tracking wristband. The Charge HR is still Fitbit’s best seller even after 18 months since the launch. Continue reading →
Water makes up more than half of your body weight. You lose water every minute of your day as you work or you exercise. We all know how important it is to stay hydrated, and we can’t just rely on thirst as an indicator, since we’re usually hydrated by the time it crops up.
Nutrition, sleep, and stress are all the vital components of living that need to be on a tracking list. To track these basics, one can use wellness trackers that are introduced in several markets. Continue reading →
How about wearing a flashing colorful wearable band on your wrist that besides allowing superb aesthetics offers a robust feature set? Well, the all new Gemio Band is just the kind of wearable your partying spirit was always looking for. Continue reading →
Nimb, a Los Altos, California-based company recently started marketing its safety-focused ring on crowd-funding site Kickstarter. Nimb is the crowdsourcing security system and a movement that promotes safer environments, where people combine efforts to help someone in trouble. Continue reading →