This year's CES is flooded with fitness trackers, and there are hundreds more waiting in the wings. But what's set the most interesting ones apart isn't price. It's design. The fitness tracker and the watch are converging, in the best possible way. And faster than you might have thought.
In the great pantheon of activity trackers (and it's quite a crowded pantheon at this point), there are those that focus on style, those that focus on metrics, and those that focus on bells and whistles. And then there's Sony's new SmartBand SW10, whose modest ambition is simply to track every little thing you do…
Nike just showed off the second-gen version of its Fuelband, and for the first time, the fitness tracker is coming in a whole slew of colors. Here's everything you need to know about the improvements.