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The new workout clothing has built-in sensors that the company claims will help you become a better, faster runner
The display clips onto bike glasses to show data and turn-by-turn navigation
This heart-rate monitor with pending FDA approval will count your every heart beat and breath, and it could become an invaluable training tool for serious athletes
A follow-along drone that's as loyal as a golden retriever and definitely better at filming your downhill runs.
Pair this smartwatch with any fitness app–even ones that don't exist yet–for access to real-time data. No phone needed.
Your wearables, cameras, and even your bike are about to get a whole lot smarter.
The French company already makes a damn good fitness tracker. The Pop builds on that legacy—at a third the price.
Plus three more standout innovations for your wired adventures.
The navigation king released three new products Monday that set a new standard for wearables.
The smartwatch ditches GPS capability in favor of a svelte package