CES 2022 The Shokz OpenRun Pro have new bass enhancers to help you keep up the pace.
CES 2022 The Oral-B iO Series 10 displays important brushing info on the charging base so you don't have to peer at the handle.
CES 2022 The Vivomove Sport is a smart looking everyday watch, and the new Venu 2 Plus allows you to take calls from your wrist.
The new system for labelling batteries will reveal how and where they were made, and how they can be reused later on.
Fitbit's latest smartwatches look very similar, but there are lots of differences below the surface.
Get fit in 2021 A high quality webcam is great, but the Power Plate Mini+ was the device that made home working bearable.
Get fit in 2022 They're two of the biggest names in fitness wearables, but how can you decide which is right for you and your budget?
Get fit in 2022 Julian Thrasher, head of training at Shimano, shares his expert advice on keeping your e-bike rolling.
The aptly named Indoor Cycling Shoes have plenty of extra ventilation, plus an extra stiff sole for more efficient pedalling.
The Flow Velociti Wind 2 and HOVR Machina 3 are two new road shoes in Under Armour's lineup of smart footwear.
Tracking heart rate from your ears makes a lot of sense, and the next generation of sports buds will do a lot more besides.
New smartwatch faces have been discovered in the Wear OS 3 emulator, including Fitbit data right on the home screen.
Improved heart rate monitoring, plus new SpO2 and temperature sensors give the sleep-tracking smart ring a real boost.
Struggling to think of a Christmas present for the sporty person in your life? These ideas might help.
Opinion A fitness tracker might seem like a lovely gift, but it'll go down about as well as a hamper full of deodorant.
The new Vital Energy series have a sporty design, and monitor your training without drowning you in data.
A new patent registered by Fitbit describes how your watch's optical heart rate sensor could detect signs of hypertension.
The Halo View is one of the most affordable fitness trackers around, but you'll need a subscription to get the most from it.
Versus Apple Watches share a lot of features with Fitbit devices, but there are also plenty of differences.
Opinion Rumor has it that Apple is working on a new rugged watch for the great outdoors – if so, it'll need more than just a tough case.
Our Take A Fitbit powered by Google Wear OS has been on the cards for a while now – could this be it?