A legit flagship watch, but it needs a firmware fix
The luxury brand partners with the Explorers Club to support far-flung scientific journeys
Timepieces that look good and play hard
The latest fitness bands are smarter and svelter than ever
A new smartwatch that you never have to plug in
A proper timepiece can handle adventure and look just right back in the office
The Boston tech company is now selling monthly access to its Strap 2.0 data-tracking device
Devices that do the thinking, analyzing, and recovery for you
In March, Under Armour announced that the accounts of more than 150 million MyFitnessPal users had been compromised. What does that mean for the rest of the workout app industry?
Enough already with skis and headlamps that can talk to our phones. The whole thrill of being outside is in escaping the modern tyranny of tech distractions.
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