fitness trackers

Chinese Supercloner Xiaomi Expected To Release A Fitness Tracker

Watch out, Fitbit. Xiaomi is firing up its photocopiers again. Xiaomi makes the best cheap gadgets available. The company started out cloning existing gadgets, but has since moved on to designing a

Fjuul Activity Tracker App Measures Exercise Intensity, Not Just Steps

Finnish startup Fjuul is tackling activity tracking with an iOS app aiming for mainstream users that can track the intensity of activity. It's been backed by €400,000 ($550,000) in funding thus far

LeapFrog Hops Into The Kids’ Wearables Space With A Gamified Fitness Tracker

LeapFrog, a purveyor of tablets and other education tech designed specifically for kids, has leapt into the wearables space -- with a gamified fitness-focused wearable, also for kids, which lets paren

Every Fitness App And Wearable Should Have A Mood Tracker

Along with its many other benefits, regular workouts contribute to better mood and energy levels. As a result, I am constantly surprised to see how many fitness tracking apps and wearable devices lack

Withings Updates Its Pulse Activity Tracker With Blood Oxygen Monitoring

Withings pretty much nailed the activity tracker with the Pulse activity tracker, which features a built-in heart rate sensor that uses pulse oximetry (just like the Galaxy S5). Now, it has updated th

Ex-Apple Engineer Launches Moov, The Next Generation Of Wearable Fitness Tracking

Welcome to the next generation of wearable fitness tracking! The first round of fitness trackers focused on introducing the idea of data to your daily activity and workout, but a new company called <a

Meet Flyfit, The Fitness Tracker You Strap To Your Ankle

When you think about it, it's odd that wearable tech makers are so obsessed with wristbands. Most wearable tech products currently focus on fitness, and the most popular cardio exercises--biking, runn

Amiigo Fitness Tracker Bracelet Gets VC Investment, Kicks Off Indiegogo Campaign

Amiigo, a fitness tracker bracelet, shoe clip plus app that can tell what type of exercise you're doing thanks to its combination of hardware sensors and gesture-based software algorithms, has kicked