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I’m a light sleeper. What can a wearable do for me?

Are you a light sleeper? Are you perhaps a light sleeper but you just don’t realize it? I’ve been battling sleep problems off and on for the past year. Despite going to sleep earlier and spending longer in bed, I would wake up feeling as though I hadn’t slept at all. Read on to find out how a wearable fixed my sleep issues and what it can help do for you.

Fitness trackers that double as a fashionable accessory

Ever since the very first Fitbit took the wearables market by storm, there have been fitness trackers and smart wearables cropping up by the dozen. Most of today's fitness trackers are wristwatch-style ones, but did you know that there are quite a few fitness trackers that don't have to be worn on the wrist at all?

Wireless headphones to stick to your fitness routine

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.

Fitbit Ace 3 kids activity tracker review

Looking for a useful activity and sleep tracker for a young child? We put the Fitbit Ace 3 through its paces to find out if it fits the bill.

What Can Wearables Do For Me? I Don’t Exercise

While some believe that wearable devices are exclusively for active individuals – those who run, cycle, swim, and make weekly trips to the gym – that isn’t actually the case. Anyone who cares at all about their health and wellness can benefit from what wearable devices have to offer.

12 Days of Christmas: Day 7 is the Fitbit Versa 2

The 12 Days of Christmas gift idea list is now upon us, and for the seventh day, you may want to consider one of the best smartwatches— the Fitbit Versa 2.

Review: Cookoo Smartwatch

If there was any doubt that this would be the year that smartwatches and other wearable technology hits the mainstream, look no further than Best Buy, where you’ll find best-sellers like the Pebble smartwatch alongside the latest generation of Samsung’s wearable tech –the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo. Soon some new entries will be joining these: the Cookoo and Cogito. Choice is good and these new models offer a new take on the traditional smartwatch form factor as well as a more affordable option for those who want to take the plunge into wearable technology without a large investment. I just spent a week with a Cookoo smartwatch and you can read my review here.  

Celebrating New Years with a Fitbit Charge 3

I decided to celebrate the New Year with a Fitbit Charge 3 strapped to my wrist. Here's what I discovered after tracking my heart rate on New Year's Eve.

Trade Up to Fitbit

Now's the time to upgrade your workout tech, thanks to a deal at Best Buy where you can bring in your old fitness tracker for recycling and get $20 off a Fitbit Charge 2 or Alta HR.*

Moto 360 WearOS smart watch review

Today, I examine the Motorola Moto 360 WearOS smart watch. If you're a fan of wearable tech, you're going to want to check this out! Click through to read.

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