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The Apple Watch is getting one of the most-requested features in sleep tracking, according to a new report
A long-requested sleep-tracking feature on the Apple Watch could be announced as soon as next week.
I recently asked Business Insider readers to email me their favorite Apple Watch features and received dozens of responses.
The Apple Watch has no official app to track your sleep with, but there are many alternatives. Here's how to pick the best sleep-tracking app for you.
‘Why wouldn’t everyone in the world have a wearable?’: Fitbit’s CEO on its new products, fixing the way we sleep, and taking o...
Fitbit CEO James Park discusses the company's larger health initiatives, competing with Apple, and its new Versa Lite smartwatch.
Fitbit is launching a cheaper version of its popular Versa smartwatch — and it costs less than half as much as the latest Apple Watch
Fitbit on Wednesday unveiled the Versa Lite Edition, a cheaper version of its Versa smartwatch that offers many of the same features.
The Apple Watch is the world’s most popular smartwatch — here are the 5 features we want to see next
The Apple Watch accounts for half of global smartwatch sales, says a new report, but there are some areas where it lacks compared to its rivals.
Fitbit newest smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa, is smaller, cheaper, and has a few more features than the Apple Watch.
This $200 ring packs every fitness-tracking feature you’d want into a tiny package — here’s what it can do
The Motiv ring is a smart ring that tracks your activity, heart rate, calories burned, distance covered, and hours of sleep. And with the second-generation ring, you can now use it to stay more secure online.
This $200 ring is one of the most stylish, subtle fitness trackers you can buy — and it finally works on both iPhone and Android
Motiv is a heart rate sensor, fitness tracker, and sleep tracker all rolled into a ring the size of a wedding band. For the past year, it's only worked with iPhones, but Motiv has now added Android compatibility.
It's not good to overthink the results you see on wearables.