Wearable Technology

We used FlowBio to track our hydration at the 2024 London Marathon We've been talking about the idea of tracking hydration for a while now - and, no, not the kind that means manually inputting how many cups of water you drink in a day. 
Solos AirGo 3 review We've been sold an exciting future of connected specs ever since Google Glass first broke through. A decade removed from those first major smart glasses, though, we're still not donning the form factor as readily as smartwatches and other wearables.  ...
Brilliant Labs announces global rollout for $349, AI-powered Frame smart glasses Brilliant Labs has announced the much-anticipated Frame AI smart glasses are now available globally for $349, with big upgrades also coming to its smart assistant and developer program.
Strava will soon use AI to weed out cheaters from its leaderboards Strava has announced it will soon use machine learning to automatically flag irregular or improbable activities uploaded to the platform, as part of a slew of new features arriving before the end of the year. 
Polar Grit X2 Pro review The Grit X2 Pro is Polar’s answer to the Garmin Fenix 7, the Epix Pro (Gen 2), and the Coros Vertix.
Wear OS 5 shows how far Google has come - but it's too late to... Developer conferences like Google I/O don’t typically provide major product news or buzzy announcements, but they are apparently the perfect place for mind-melting, rainbow-robed performances from Marc Rebillet.
Why the HUAWEI WATCH 4 Pro Space Edition is a wearable health expert In the past decade, the HUAWEI wearable has evolved to address three major concerns: battery life, accurate health monitoring, and product longevity.
Oura Resilience: How to use the stress feature to track your body's responses Oura continues to be at the forefront of stress tracking - and its latest feature, Resilience, is a superb way to keep track of your wider trends.
Oura moves into heart health with arterial stiffness and VO2 max estimates Oura has announced two heart health features - Cardiovascular Age and Cardio Capacity - will be rolling out to users later this May, as the smart ring giant moves deeper into preventative care.
How Garmin estimates VO2 max - and whether the calculation is accurate VO2 max is the maximum volume of oxygen you can absorb per minute per kilogram of body weight at your peak - and almost every Garmin watch can calculate this figure automatically.
Garmin Coach vs. Daily Suggested Workouts: Five key differences explained Garmin is relentlessly adding new features to its stable of running watches around the year - and the only downside is that sometimes these additions can begin to converge. 
The one thing wearables are getting wrong about sleep A version of this article appeared in the FREE version of PULSE by Wareable. Subscribe here to get it to your inbox.
TicWatch Pro 5 Enduro ignores key hardware question Mobvoi is making a habit of launching mid-cycle rethinks; this time producing the TicWatch Pro 5 Enduro close to a year after the arrival of the original TicWatch Pro 5.
CES 2021's coolest gadgets: Rollable phones, giant TVs, $16,000 bathtub and more CES may be virtual this year, but there's no shortage of nifty devices. Here's what we've loved so far.
Best high-tech ski gear: 2021 edition With more winter sports gear going high-tech, we thought we'd have some fun rounding up some of the more innovative ski gear available today.
Kinda ridiculous, kinda fun... but way too expensive The new Snap Spectacles throw shade at your average AR headset, but they come at a cost.
Surprisingly affordable versions of expensive things Craving Apple AirPods, a Theragun G3Pro or a Peloton Bike? Here's how to get the same feels, but for way less.
All the cool new gadgets at CES 2020 Here are the exceptional, unusual and unexpected gadgets that stood out on the crowded CES 2020 show floor.
The 54 best Cyber Monday 2019 deals (just updated) It's Cyber Monday. Here are the best prices on the latest gadgets from across the web, updated throughout the day.

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