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Mio Link heart rate monitor

The $99 Mio Link uses its optical sensor to track your heart rate.

By 24 February 2014

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HeartWatch app makes sense of Apple Watch heart rate data

For those who want a better visualization of heart rate data captured by the Apple Watch, give this app a try.

By 11 December 2015

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Use the heart rate sensor to reject calls on Galaxy S6 Edge, S6 Edge+

Here's a discreet way to reject calls without looking at your phone screen or hardware buttons.

By 29 January 2016

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​You can add heart rate and wireless charging to your Pebble soon, thanks to Tylt

Tylt aims to add a few missing Pebble features with one snap-on accessory.

By 28 January 2016

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Kingdom Hearts II Sora Halloween Town unboxing

GameSpot's Alexa Ray Corriea unboxes the latest Play Arts Kai series action figure.

By 25 January 2016

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Fitbit users sue, claiming heart rate monitors miss the beat

Wearable-device maker is accused of false advertising after users claim in lawsuit that its heart rate monitors give wrong readings.

By 7 January 2016

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New Pluto photos show rugged edges of its frozen heart

New high-resolution images of the frigid world show much more than just a chunk of frozen rock, detailing what happens at the edge of the dwarf planet's now famous "heart."

By 5 December 2015

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Fitbit Charge HR, Surge activity trackers can now detect workouts, better track your heart rate

The update can automatically detect what kind of sport or activity you're engaged in, from aerobics to Zumba.

By 24 November 2015

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NASA gives Pluto's 'heart' a name, reveals second riveting shot of dwarf planet

In a just-held briefing, NASA says that Pluto's "heart" will be named for the dwarf planet's original discoverer, a dark spot on moon Charon is called "Mordor," and Pluto is a relative newborn.

By 16 July 2015

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How to change Twitter's heart icon into an emoji right now

The change will only be visible to you, but it's the thought that counts.

By 18 November 2015