Fitbit

Fitbit intros three new models, now with GPS and heart-rate sensor

It seems the smartwatch-wearable era is booming. A lot of wearables from different manufacturers are being introduced left and right. The Pebble may be one of those who started in this business but it’s gaining a lot of rivals. It didn’t help that Samsung unveiled a series of Gear wearables too and other companies were quick to follow. The result? The Kickstarter-funded Pebble was overshadowed. It’s still thriving but Pebble developers must think of new ways to market and sell the smartwatch.

Fitbit Surge leaked by online store before launch

These kind of things do happen with great frequency nowadays that you might not be able to tell a real “accidental” leak from an intentional one. Be that as it may, you can judge for yourselves what happened to the upcoming fitness tracker, the Fitbit Surge, which has not even been officially launched yet – but lo and behold, it was featured at Brookstone’s online store.

Leaks reveal GPS-sporting Fitbit Surge to be released soon

Last week, we reported on leaked marketing images and specs of the two new Fitbit products set to be released in the next few months. There's apparently a third one in the offing, and this one might just be the flagship product for the fitness band. The Fitbit Surge seems like it's meant for "serious athletes" as it has features like a built-in GPS that would benefit those who want to better track all their fitness-related activities throughout the day.

Leaks show pictures and specs of new Fitbit models

It's still a few months away, but already leaks and rumors abound regarding the new Fitbit models that will be launched in 2015. A tech website got its hands on the marketing materials for the Fitbit Charge and Charge HR and it looks like both are a somehow refurbished version of the Fitbit Force. The company was forced to recall the Force last year after the nickel in the band caused some to break out in rashes and burns. Is this the second (and better) coming of the fitness band?

Fitbit app update brings new dashboard design

The latest update for the Fitbit app has landed in the Play Store. There isn't a huge list of new features (or new device support) this time around, however this is an update that current users will notice immediately. Simply put -- Fitbit has rolled out a new design for the dashboard.

Fitbit update details HTC One (M8) integration, widget and more

As we recently learned, the Fitbit app would be pre-installed on the recently announced HTC One (M8). This is potential good news for Fitbit, as the app, and the hardware will now be fresh in the minds of those who purchase a One (M8). Also key here is how the HTC One (M8) can be used in place of the Fitbit hardware, which means users can enter the Fitbit world without any additional cost.
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