Just in time for your New Year's resolution, Fitbit returns with a new fitness tracker and without skin rashes.
Fitbit has followed through on its pledge to launch an app to make its wristbands compatible with Windows Phone.
The Force is irritating a lot of wrists, so Razer wants to make sure its wearable is problem-free before releasing it into the wild.
Wireless syncing improves this stylish fitness tracker, though it contains no display for on-demand stats.
UPDATEDThere's been a voluntary recall, but the Fitbit Force remains one of the best activity trackers.
Fitbit launched a recall/refund program for the wearable last month. Now, we're finding out just how many people were affected.
A rash of activity tracking individuals have been noticing just that: a rash. The health-focused company is making amends.
Apple's rumored wearable could latch onto your wrist this year, and you may not want to take it off even when sleeping.