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This free app in the Pebble app store uses the smartwatch to count your steps.
Despite a few design quibbles, the Withings Pulse is one of the best wireless pedometers to date.
Withings goes heads-up with Fitbit, adding a pulse reader to its new, tiny $99 pedometer.
Since Fujitsu has created a pedometer and activity tracking service for dogs, does that make it a petometer or a pupometer?
Device tracks wrist-roll motion to tally how many bites people take in hopes they can better gauge not calories or nutrition, but at least consumption.
GeoPalz is launching an app called Lockerbot that enables parents to set activity requirements that then unlock certain features on Droids.
Who would have thought the iPad could ever be used as a pedometer? One developer did, and there's an app to prove it. How well does it work? Read on to find out.
CNET Editor Josh Lowensohn spends a week with a new high-tech pedometer called the Fitbit that tracks fitness benchmarks, then sends them to the cloud.
The USPTO publishes a patent application from the iPhone maker that shows a new twist on step tracking.
Instead of wearing a smartwatch on one wrist, and a fitness tracker on the other, get the most out of your Pebble smartwatch with these apps.