The reason so many plastic fitness bands wind up forgotten in drawers isn’t just lame battery life. It’s also because they’re ugly and uncomfortable—too much like Livestrong bracelets and too little...
Most fitness trackers today (including the Mio Alpha, the Fitbit Surge, and the upcoming Apple Watch) use wrist-based heart-rate monitors to measure everything from beats per minute to calories...
The Apple Watch will be a hit for one simple reason: It's gorgeous.
All of which sounds pretty nifty. But we’ve yet to see smart clothing—with all the tech of a FitBit, Garmin, or Polar watch—that we’d actually want to wear.
We were more than a little dubious when we first heard about the Kenu Highline. Seriously, an idiot string for a phone?
There’s a new type of wearable that has us excited again: smart gear. One of the innovators in this space is David Troup, the CEO of Xensr (pronounced “sensor”).
Under Armour is the second largest fitness apparel brand in the U.S., clawing at the heels of Nike, and now surpassing number three Adidas.
A lot of activity trackers can count steps, track sleep patterns, monitor heart rate from your wrist, and display calls and texts. The InBody Band does all that, too, but it can also measure your...
The third row in most full-size SUVs is cramped and difficult to clamber into. That’s not the case in Ford’s new seven-passenger Transit Connect, which has ten more inches of backseat legroom than...
You can forgive us for not thinking of BMW as an “eco” brand. It’s the “Ultimate Driving Machine,” not the ultimate tree-hugging machine.
This is the third generation of Minis and the thematics that were once comically cute now strike a better balanced between flash and substance.
Drive an AWD Macan to an off-road trailhead, and you’ll understand why Porsche’s best selling cars aren’t the two-seat 911 or Boxster, but the Cayenne—the Macan’s big sister.
The third-generation AWD Murano is clearly the best yet. In every way, it’s more like a luxury crossover than the price would lead you to believe.
We didn’t see this one coming. Plopped behind the wheel of the MKC on a rainy afternoon, plying our way north on the winding roads of New York’s Hudson Valley, every feature grew on us.
When Volkswagen converted the standard Golf into electric, it kept everything but the power source as Golf-like as possible (heated seats, ultra-precise drivetrain).