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Fitbit skyrockets 41% after Google reportedly makes offer to buy company

Buying Fitbit would help Google expand into wearable devices, and compete against heavy hitters such as Apple and Samsung.

The 38mm Apple Watch Series 3 is $80 off at Walmart and Amazon

The Apple Watch is one of the best smartwatches you can buy, and the older Series 3 38mm model is $80 off at Amazon and Walmart for a limited time.

NUS researchers invent ‘smart’ clothing that boosts wearable tech connectivity and battery life by 1,000 times

The "smart" clothes turn the wearer into a pseudo human circuit board.

Samsung’s Galaxy Watch is one of the best smartwatches you can buy, and it’s up to $50 off at Best Buy

The Samsung Galaxy Watch is one of the most popular smartwatches available. For a limited time, Best Buy put it on sale for up to $50 off.
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I tried tracking my sleep using 3 free Apple Watch apps — and there was a clear winner

The Apple Watch doesn't track your sleep natively yet, but there several apps that can. Here's a look at some of the best free sleep tracking apps.

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Apple Watch adding EKG monitoring feature — Theranos gets $100 million in financing — Accenture and Roc...

Apple is developing advanced heart monitoring features that it’s looking to include in future versions of its Apple Watch.

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Adidas nixes its health wearables division — Stitch Health launches care coordination platform — ResApp sees posi...

Adidas plans to focus on its two health and fitness apps after shutting down its Digital Sports division last week.

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Amazon to enter major healthcare partnership — Apple Watch aids in treating depression — IBM Watson shows it...

A new partnership between Amazon and Cerner will help the e-commerce giant establish a foothold in healthcare cloud services.

This $250 ring could replace your credit cards, keys, and a lot of other everyday items

In Token's world, you'll never need to carry your wallet, house keys, transit pass, or even remember your computer password. All you'll need is a ring.

This strange-looking device sticks to your neck to help you de-stress and sleep better

Thync's new wearable sticks to the back of your neck and stimulates your nerves to improve you mood and reduce stress.