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Fitbit can automatically measure workouts

Fitbit update
Fitbit can now automatically recognize when you're exercising. This is possible thanks to the SmartTrack feature, which automatically detects whether you're just out walking or running, cycling, playing basketball, tennis, soccer, kickboxing, or dancing. Fitbit: automatic measuring sports You do thus not press a button to start the measurement, but you must have the correct Fitbit device, because it only works on relatively new models: the Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge, two fitness trackers that you wear on your wrist. A software update adds the new functionality. Both Fitbits can measure your heart rate but have a very different…Read more

Million Fitbit Alta and Blaze- fitness trackers sold in first month

Fitbit has sold already a million Fitbit Blaze and a million Fitbit Alta fitness trackers within a month after the launch of the two devices. A resounding success.Read more

Fitbit has no plans for HealthKit support

Fitbit has no plans yet to use HealthKit and associated Health app for iOS 8. This was told by an employee of the company on the Fitbit forum. At this moment the company sees yet no way HealthKit can improve the user experience. The reaction of Fitbit will be a disappointment for some iOS 8 users. Integration with HealthKit would make it possible to collect data from Fitbit activity trackers into the Health app. The information would also be available to other apps. Fitbit, however, didn't close the door completely: although there are no plans to integrate HealthKit, users are…Read more

These are the Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Flex 2

These are the Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Flex 2
Fitbit will soon announce two new fitness trackers. It is about the Fitbit Charge 2 and the Fitbit Flex 2. Both have been leaked in pictures.Read more

Fitbit Aria WiFi Smart Scale

Brief specifications Using the body analysis, the scale measures your body fat percentage. The BMI measurement reflects the relationship between your weight and height. With the Fitbit app for your smartphone, you can watch your measurements and set a personal goal. You connect the scale periodically with your Fitbit activity tracker. Through user profiles, your values are assessed on personal characteristics such as age and height. The scale does not measure your content, bone mass, and muscle mass. Your router must support the 802.11b Wi-Fi protocol in order to connect the scale to your Wi-Fi network. Visit Store for more…Read more

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Jawbone Accuses Fitbit of Stealing Information by Hiring ...

Jawbone sued Fitbit in California State Court here on Wednesday, ... The lawsuit by Jawbone also comes as the company faces speculation about its financial ...

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Jawbone sues Fitbit, alleges theft of trade secrets

Jawbone sues Fitbit, alleges theft of trade secrets. Wearable health-tracking device maker Jawbone in a lawsuit accuses rival Fitbit of poaching employees ...

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Jawbone hits Fitbit with another lawsuit, seeks to ban US ...

The court drama between Jawbone and Fitbit is heating up quickly. Two weeks ago Jawbone sued Fitbit for "plundering" confidential information (along with ...

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Jawbone lawsuit accuses Fitbit of trade secret theft - CNET

Jawbone accuses Fitbit of stealing valuable trade secrets. Competition in the fitness tracker business was already intense. Now, it just got nasty.

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Jawbone filed another lawsuit against Fitbit for patent ...

Fitbit has been served again. On Wednesday, rival Jawbone brought a second case in two weeks against the No. 1 fitness tracker brand. The suit, which was filed in U.S ...

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Jawbone Hits Fitbit With Second Lawsuit in Two Weeks ...

For the second time in two weeks, Jawbone sued rival fitness tracker Fitbit, this time claiming Fitbit infringed on Jawbone patents.

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