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GadgetGuy 2015 Holiday Gift Guide: Fitness

For some, getting physical is the best part of their day, letting them run off steam with a literal run or something even more intense. We're not all like that, mind you, but if you know someone who is, this is a guide for them....
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Review: Review: Jawbone Up 3

Jawbone's Up 3 certainly took some time to arrive, but the delayed fitness gadget is finally here, packing in more sensors than most activity bracelets and the ability to track REM sleep. Worth it, or should you go with something less exy?...

Jawbone’s Up 2 ready for Aussie wrists, Up 3 along shortly

Last year, Jawbone showed us a fitness product that could tell how you were doing while you were sleeping, tracking heart rate and REM cycles, and not just light or deep sleep. While that gadget found itself delayed, it’s almost ready, and Jawbone has something else to show off....

Six months on: Jawbone Up Move

Fitness gadgets are designed to be used every day, so how is one doing six months after we reviewed it? It’s time to see if Jawbone’s Up Move can survive the rigours of every day fitness living....

Jawbone raises fitness level of Up to new heights

It’s getting warm, and that means it’s time to get healthy, you know, because you have to fit into swimmers and bikinis. Helping out is technology, and Jawbone’s latest offerings aim not only to help you when you’re awake, but also when you’re sleeping, too. ...
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Review: Review: Jawbone Up 24

While smartwatches are just getting off the ground now, fitness gadgets have been doing the rounds for a little longer, and Jawbone is back with a version of its wrist friendly activity tracker that syncs without you needing to think....