Popular Health & Fitness Articles for 2013
The Nike + app is a GPS running aid that helps runners keep track of important data in real time while running, reflect on data after the fact, and compare[...]
Get ready to hear a lot about the Internet of Things. It\'s the future of connected technology, and it\'s coming sooner than you think.
For anyone looking to banish winter weight before spring arrives, yoga is a great exercise of choice. With its focus on stretching, toning, strengthening, and de-stressing, practice can range from[...]
Winter is here and there are plenty of excuses not to head out to the gym, so why not create a yoga studio right in your home with one of[...]
The BodyMedia Fit Link is arm band fitness tracker that will monitor your sleep quality, calories burned, and weight loss goals.
Ellie, the virtual psychologist, could change the face of mental health with her unbiased nature.
The 5K Runmeter app offers serious runners, training plans, relevant data and some extra motivation to get training.
A tattoo that can only be seen under black light? Why would anyone want something like that?
Don\'t call it a smartwatch. The Samsung Galaxy Gear is actually a very high-end accessory. Find out what that means in this hands-on preview.
Is Google Glass the next big thing, the revolutionary product heralding the age of wearables? Or, is it just a geeky gizmo only a handful of techies will adopt?
Under Armour has revealed Armour39, a new fitness tracking system designed to monitor intense workout sessions.
A tattoo that can monitor your health is in the works, and could one day revolutionize the way we visit our doctors.
Mom and Dad have a day coming up, and grads will soon be marking a major life milestone. Increasingly, that means gifts, and often, that translates into gadgets.
Smart trashcans are likely on your city streets right now. So what exactly can a smart trashcan do?
Jomi is creating two devices that will remind users to drink water in order to keep hydrated throughout the day.
Your employer could start tracking your fitness levels as a condition of employment. Find out why it\'s the next front in the personal/professional-life convergence.
Whispers of smart watches are making the rounds, with speculation that companies like Apple and Samsung have watches in the works that will incorporate smartphone features.
After raising triple their goal on a Kickstarter campaign earlier this year, Mio Alpha has started shipping the Mio Alpha heart rate watch aimed at runners and cyclists just in[...]
Samsung has revealed a variety of health and fitness accessories to go along with the newly-announced Galaxy S IV.
Dad a lousy golfer? These gadgets should help put a little swing back into his game.