These devices won't just give you the time of your jog – but calories burned, your heart rate and the route taken.
Screen: 2.6-inch touchscreen
Battery life: 17 hours
Maps: Built in mapping and Ordinance Survey compatible
Connectivity: Automatic Bluetooth syncin
Reoffending rates have hardly changed in the last ten years, with 58 per cent of prisoners serving less than 12 months going on to reoffend in the year after release.
Sexual violence has topped the country's political agenda since the fatal gang rape of a 23-year-old medical student on a bus
The police state George Orwell created in 1984 was relentlessly efficient. Nothing was overlooked, nothing was missed, but even Eric Blair himself might be shocked by the round-the-clock surveillance efficiency of the latest bit of consumer tech to hit the market. Called the Memoto Camera, it allows you to "capture and re-live every memorable moment of your life".
As new gadgets are released that make it easier to track loved ones, the New York Times's Farhad Manjoo asks if we're in for a wave of family snooping. To see how it felt, he slipped a GPS tracker into his wife's car, another into his 2-year-old's diaper bag, and one more into his parents' vehicle for good measure.
The head of Britain’s doctors union today warned that the profession will lose patients’ trust if GPs and hospital doctors strike again in their dispute with the Government over pensions.
Early treatment alleviates symptoms but only 37 per cent of doctors are trained to identify it
The ‘green gym’ provides exercise, therapeutic relaxation ... and it’s dirt cheap, says top medic
Chris Hewett tidies up the remaining questions over who should land the England coaching job
Chris Hewett tidies up the remaining questions over the England coaching job
GPs to stand against top Lib Dems and Tories in 2015 general election as more than 240 medics launch national campaign in letter to The Independent on Sunday
US airlines will divert flights that pass over the poles due to the risks posed by solar radiation
Health Secretary Andrew Lansley was confronted by angry protesters who accused him of trying to privatise the NHS as he arrived at Downing Street to meet healthcare professionals.
Even the Health Secretary is unhappy with how the Health and Social Care Bill now stands. But the PM seems determined to plough on in a way that, critics say, typifies his style in office
Two senior members of the Royal College of GPs have expressed concern that its public opposition to the Government's health Bill was not approved by the organisation's governing council.