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Fitbit refresh: Surge, Charge and Charge HR put more monitoring on your wrist

Fitbit refresh: Surge, Charge and Charge HR put more monitoring on your wrist

By 28 October 2014

Fitbit has announced three new devices, the Fitbit Charge, Charge HR and Surge. The Surge is the new top-of-the-line, a fully-fledged sportswatch that offers so much more than just movement tracking. It's the most sophisticated Fitbit device so far and... >>

Fitbit Surge leaks early with built-in GPS, heart rate sensor and more

Fitbit Surge leaks early with built-in GPS, heart rate sensor and more

By 27 October 2014

The Fitbit Surge, the sports tracking company's latest hardware, has leaked onto an online store with specs that could set it above all others. Unlike previous Fitbit activity trackers, which relied heavily on step counting, the Surge appears to feature... >>

Apple might stop selling Fitbit devices now that Fitbit won't support Health app

Apple might stop selling Fitbit devices now that Fitbit won't support Health app

By 15 October 2014

One week after Fitbit confirmed it won't directly support Apple's Health app or Healthkit for the time being, Apple has supposedly decided it will no longer sell Fitbit's popular devices. While it looks as though Apple is strong-arming Fitbit into submission,... >>

Fitbit Charge and Charge HR fitness trackers possibly coming soon, reveals leak

Fitbit Charge and Charge HR fitness trackers possibly coming soon, reveals leak

By 14 October 2014

Fitbit is getting ready to launch two new fitness trackers, it seems. According to Gizmodo, which received some marketing materials that revealed the fitness trackers, Fitbit is about to launch two models that are basically a newer version of its failed... >>

Fitbit doesn't want to play nice with Apple's Health app

Fitbit doesn't want to play nice with Apple's Health app

By 9 October 2014

Fitbit has confirmed it won't support Apple's Health app that released alongside iOS 8 in September. The company makes popular fitness tracking wearables and apps and was even deemed the top seller for activity trackers in the first quarter of this year,... >>

Weight Watchers now plays nice with Fitbit and Jawbone

Weight Watchers now plays nice with Fitbit and Jawbone

By 11 September 2014

Weight Watchers has announced that it is welcoming popular fitness trackers to its world, starting with Jawbone and Fitbit. Weight Watchers says there will be a seamless integration of the data gathered by your activity tracker, that can then be added into... >>

Fitbit activity tracker app finally arrives for Windows Phone

Fitbit activity tracker app finally arrives for Windows Phone

By 29 July 2014

Now Windows Phone users have no excuse to not stay fit: Fitbit has landed for Windows Phone 8.1 devices. The native Fitbit app looks just like the Android and iOS variations. You use it to connect your Windows Phone to Fitbit's Flex or One fitness devices... >>

HTC partners with Fitbit for fitness tracking on HTC One (M8)

HTC partners with Fitbit for fitness tracking on HTC One (M8)

By 25 March 2014

HTC didn't build its own fitness tracking software for the new HTC One. Instead, it partnered with Fitbit, a player already well established in the space.  The HTC One, available for purchase today, features the Fitbit app pre-loaded, so you won't have... >>

FitBit Force sales halted, recalled after causing skin irritation for some users

FitBit Force sales halted, recalled after causing skin irritation for some users

By 21 February 2014

FitBit announced on Friday that it will voluntarily recall its Force fitness tracker, following a "small number" of customers seeing skin irritation after normal use.  FitBit said a small percentage of Force customers reported the issue. However it... >>

Some Fitbit Force users are seeing a weird skin irritation forming

Some Fitbit Force users are seeing a weird skin irritation forming

By 15 January 2014

A "small number" of Fitbit Force customers are reporting an odd skin irritation after wearing the fitness tracker. The Fitbit Force is designed to be worn 24/7, even while sleeping, so it's definitely a cause for concern. The Consumerist was the first... >>


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