Do you know how much REM sleep you got last night? New types of devices that monitor activity, sleep, diet, and even mood could make us healthier and more productive.
Wearable sensors collect data from athletes as they're playing—data that could soon be broadcast during the game.
A new app gets data from an implanted device and can share it with the patient, doctors, and family.
Researchers at Clemson University have developed a device that counts your bites.
Customizable tools will let patients, and their doctors, track various health metrics.
Tracking technology quantifies the power of a good night's sleep.
Can monitoring how we interact with the world change our notion of ourselves?
A new study will track astronauts sleep patterns while in space.
Researchers hope a device that tracks vital signs around the clock will help patients better control their blood pressure.
Technological troubles during my month of self-tracking.
This section explores new tools and trends in self-tracking, a growing movement in which people monitor various personal metrics in order to make more informed choices about living a healthier and more productive life.