Brent Rose is a freelance writer and regular Outside contributor. He is currently traveling the U.S. living in a high tech van, looking for stories to tell. Follow his adventures on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and ConnectedStates.com.
Announced at CES this week, this little camera may look like a GoPro, but it sure doesn't see like one. The Flir Duo is the first thermal camera to borrow an action cam's form factor.
The Mio Slice is the first wearable to use the Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI) score. The Slice monitors your heart rate during rest and activity, and then applies a proprietary algorithm to...
Get this thing on my wrist, like, now
Derek Zoolander would be all about this teeny tiny backup phone.
New running tech to help you score a personal best—or just make your jog more fun.
Today, we really do “have the capability to make the world's first bionic man.” In fact, we already have.
There are more fitness trackers than you can shake your Fitbits at. But for all their ubiquity, have they managed to earn a place in the hearts (and on the wrists) of real athletes?
Can beer concentrate compete with the real thing? Brent Rose puts two alcohol-packed flavors to the test.
A growing list of apps and tracking units allows you to challenge riding buddies and strangers alike.
Recharge dead batteries off the grid with these portable power plants