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Smart insoles? Say what? Today we explore something that I had never even imagined would ever be a thing... And yet they're surprisingly useful! Click through for all the details and treat your feet to new levels of educated comfort.

Android Wear has been quiet for a while, having not seen a major update in 18 months, but that will change when Google launches version 2.0 of its smartwatch operating system. A number of additions and improvements are slated for the release, and they will apply to new and current Android Wear smartwatches.

At CES 2017, Merge VR announced two exciting new products set to expand the boundary of what’s possible with mobile virtual reality/augmented reality: Moonshot Motion Controller and Holo Cube. Come take a look and find out more about these innovative new gadgets.

Samsung has released its Gear S app on the iOS App Store to enable users with the Gear S2 and Gear S3 (Frontier and Classic) smartwatches, plus the Gear Fit app for the Fit2 band, to work with the iPhone and iPad. Both are available to download now, if you want to get started.

Withings offers a diverse selection of wearable tech gear, from smartwatches to blood pressure monitors, as well as non-wearable health-related items like its non-contact thermometer and WiFi scale - all of which can sync with the Health Mate app.

Being active and taking your music with you is generally easier if you can do it wirelessly. Headphones and earbuds are increasingly going wireless using Bluetooth, connecting to your smartphone or tablet without the need to plug in a cable. Some are built to handle the rigours of a workout or long run by withstanding sweat while pumping out tunes.

Today we tackle the top 10 products purchased on the Best Buy iOS App for December, 2016. Keep reading if you're interested in learning what these 10 awesome products are, as well as seeing a brief description of each.

Samsung comes back to market again with its latest smartwatch, the Gear S3, a model that comes in two distinct versions: the Frontier and Classic. This review focuses on the Frontier, which is the active and fully-loaded of the two, thanks to a rugged design and new features that make it pretty robust.

The term “cord-cutting” usually refers to cutting off a cable TV subscription, but the movement toward making headphones and earbuds wireless is already afoot, and Jabra is aiming to lead the way with the Sport Elite. Entirely cord-free, these wireless Bluetooth earbuds are designed to ensure tangled cables are never a problem, while throwing in certain fitness features to keep you moving.

New Year's Resolutions are mostly about self-improvement, getting fitter, training harder and being more selective about what we eat and consume. This makes fitness trackers ideal tools to keep up focused and help us achieve our goals.
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