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iMovR ZipLift Patriot standing desk review: Great build quality, but no motor and monitor support costs extra

The robust construction, large surface area, and tilting keyboard tray are great, but you’ll miss the easy precision a motor can offer.

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Why Fitbit’s biggest advantage over Apple Watch Series 4 is sleep tracking, not fitness

Fitbit's multi-day battery life isn't just about lasting longer, it's about tracking valuable data while most Apple Watches are sitting on their chargers.

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Bose Sleepbuds review: These wireless earbuds are designed carry you to la-la-land

The noted headphone manufacturer applies its noise-handling expertise to help you get a better night’s sleep.

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Garmin Vivosmart 4 vs. Fitbit Charge 3: Design, specs, smarts, and more

Garmin has announced the Vivosmart 4, a sleek, full-featured fitness tracker to challenge the upcoming Fitbit Charge 3.

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Yes, Pokémon Go works for weight loss, but don’t get too caught up in catching ‘em all

Pokémon Go all but explicitly encourages exercise, but it can also slow you down.

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With the revamped Fit app, it’s looking more and more like Google is making a Pixel watch

Google has updated its Fit app for the first time in many months, bringing yet another clue that it is working on its own Pixel smartwatch.

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Fitbit Charge 3 hands-on: An all-week fitness tracker with the soul of a smartwatch

Fitbit has unveiled its new water-resistant Charge 3 fitness tracker with a bigger screen, better battery life, and some real smartwatch capabilities.

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When budgeting calories, the Apple Watch’s weaknesses sometimes count as strengths

Looking up calories for the food you eat is a bit of a hassle, but that sometimes works out for the best.

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How my Apple Watch helped me through another health crisis

Chuck La Tournous had a new health problem and found ways to use his Apple Watch to address it.

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Losing 60 pounds with Apple: Putting Apple-compatible fitness devices through a trial by fire

Does an Apple a day keep the calories away? Let's find out.

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Fitbit Ace review: An awesome activity tracker for kids, but a bit confusing

I'm 11 years old, and finally get to use a Fitbit! I love all the step and sleep tracking, but the Fitbit app isn't very clear.

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How to use iOS 12's new animated Activity stickers for Messages

Talking smack to your Activity Competition rival? Here's how to liven up the chat with animated Activity stickers.

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Fitbit’s Ace tracker for kids could be the ultimate weapon in the fight against smartphone addiction

Fitbit's first fitness tracker for kids, the Ace, is now available for $99.

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Nightingale Premium Edition review: This sleep system blankets you in soothing sound

White noise and nature sounds are specifically tuned to the acoustics of your bedroom to mask disruptive noises.

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6 great gifts for tech-loving moms

Flowers? Candy? Boring! Surprise mom with one of these awesome tech-centric gifts this year.

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PillDrill review: A high-tech medication-tracking system

This is a great tool for medication compliance, and it can help you care for your elderly parents, too.

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Fitbit Versa review: The first non-Apple smartwatch that’s worth your time

Fitbit’s new Versa smartwatch is the first smartwatch that might make people thing twice about buying an Apple Watch.

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How the new Versa and Ace will help Fitbit fight Apple Watch and ‘win the family’

Versa and Ace, the two newest members of Fitbit’s family of fitness trackers, represent a new focus on women and children with smaller, smarter devices.

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