How You Can Earn Money Using Your Activity TrackerAbout one in five Americans now use a fitness tracker or smart watch, according to the Pew Research Center. With the growing number comes several incentives to help keep users moving.
Health Insurance Companies Offering Rewards For Reaching Fitness GoalsA growing number of health insurance companies are offering rewards for staying active, by connecting to activity trackers such as Apple Watch, FitBit, and Garmin devices.
Timberwolves, Fitbit Sign 3-Year Deal For Jersey PatchThe Wolves plan to use Fitbit's technology throughout the organization, including logging the new concession offerings.
Wander Minnesota: Fitbit Rates Duluth as the Fittest City in AmericaIt’s certainly one of the loveliest cities around, but now Duluth has a new distinction: fittest city in America.
Good Question: Why Is 10,000 Steps The Magic Number?Chances are you have heard it before: You have to get 10,000 steps in a day to be healthy. Fitbit users are constantly reminded of this.
4 Things To Know: MLK Day Events, Fitbit Issues & MoreFrom MLK Day celebrations and marches to an "unhappy" Fitbit study, here are the four stories to know for Monday, Jan. 18.
Target, Developing Healthier Habits, Hands Workers FitbitsTarget is going on a health kick, aimed at both customers and its employees. The discount-store chain will push granola bars over candy bars at the checkout and hand out free basic activity trackers from Fitbit Inc. to its more 300,000 employees as part of the effort.
Get Movin' Monday: Getting The Right Health Tracker For YouFitbits are just one brand of a device that tracks daily physical activity, weight and goals, by syncing with an app on your smart phone or tablet. So, with so many to choose from, Best Buy's Alexandra LeBlanc Gets Us Movin' by showing us which may be the best fit for you.
Digital Bracelet Company May End Up In Court After Rash Reports They thought they were buying a popular gadget to give them a better handle on their health. Instead, thousands of people ended up with a bad rash.
Technology Can Help You Keep Your 2012 ResolutionsKeeping up with New Year goals like eating better and exercising more isn't easy, but there is some high-tech help that can keep your New Year's Resolutions on track.