It's December again! What better way to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year than to share the top pieces of technology with all of you. I will be posting these lists throughout the week. Today we start with wearables. This list is in no particular order, and if you feel there is an important one missing, please share in the comments. 1. Fitbit Charge (http://amzn.to/1Bp5f0n) This wearable tracks your steps, floors you've climbed, distance you've traveled, displays incoming txts/messages and more. It's simple yet powerful. Makes a great gift for the athlete in your life. You are able to sync it with Apple Health as well. Check out more about Fitbit and Apple Health here: http://www.vingle.net/posts/594173-Sync-your-Fitbit-Data-with-Apple-Health 2. Jawbone UP 24 (http://amzn.to/1w1s1bl) The Jawbone is a decently priced wearable that allows you to monitor your health and includers an accelerometer to track steps and how many calories you have burned. The latest version released this November has new sensors to measure your temperature, hydration and body composition. 3. Pebble (http://amzn.to/1Bp2L24) The Pebble smartwatch has a great reputation...and a great price compared to other wearables ($99). You are able to view notifications from email, SMS, Caller ID, calendar and your favorite apps on your wrist. 4. Basis Peak (http://amzn.to/1u5v4dd) The Basis Peak is a wearable that is focused on fitness tracking. It has some smartwatch features such as displaying texts, alerts, and phone calls. It is known for accurate heart monitoring and other tracking features. 5. Misfit Shine (http://amzn.to/1Ihhe1V) The Misfit Shine is a quarter-sized fitness tracker that you can wear anywhere on your body (though a wristband is included if you want to keep it on your wrist). It is super convenient and is even offered in 10 colors. It monitors your activity and sleep. The tracking includes walking, running, swimming, cycling, soccer, tennis, and more. Priced at $82.99, it also is a pretty affordable wearable to gift this holiday season. 6. Microsoft Band (http://goo.gl/pgd0vW) The Microsoft Band is another great fitness tracker with 10 different fitness sensors inside. It works with iOS and Android devices as well as Windows Phone users. Check out a card I had shared earlier to learn more about the Band: http://www.vingle.net/posts/559764-First-Look-at-the-Microsoft-Band I hope you find this guide helpful! Check back tomorrow - I will be sharing the top smartphones this season.