A waterproof design, a battery that lasts for months, and a price of $50 or £50: Misfit might be setting the new bar for fitness bands.
Hello's Sense sleep system tracks your z's to give you the best rest possible.
For data lovers, the Flower Power tracks and charts well. For everybody else, the Flower Power lacks the convenience of the competition.
A bedside sleep companion and sleep aid, the Aura combines sensors and sensory stimulation to knit together a futuristic bedside gadget for a good night's rest.
If you battle the urge to keep hitting the snooze button, Carrot Alarm delivers more fun and more features than other alarm apps.
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Most baby monitors can let you see or hear if your baby is crying or awake. But a new high-tech monitor is designed to predict a baby's sleep pattern and help parents get to know their newborn. CNET's Sumi Das shows us how the Sproutling baby monitor works.
The Windcatcher Air Pakk is not nearly as odd as the popular Ostrich Pillow, making it an ideal alternative for people who want to lay low.
As the "quantified self" craze continues, fitness trackers have us obsessing over not only how active we are but also how soundly we're sleeping. How do the devices stack up against clinical sleep studies though? CNET's Sumi Das visits the Stanford Sleep Center for an expert's opinion.
The makers of the Misfit Shine fitness tracker have pulled a deeper sleep-analysis bed accessory into the fold, in an attempt to expand its wellness reach.
The humble mattress gets a high-tech upgrade with Sleep Number's new x12, a sleep-monitoring, safety-lighting, snore-stopping bed.