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Review: Fitbit Alta HR, the stylish tracker for the average person

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Fitbit and fitband. Same thing apparently. Just ask any average Joe or Joanne. Fitbit were the first to do the fitband thing well and have since continued to make high quality wearable fitness tracking...

Fitbit launch Adventure Races, an interactive race against your friends

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Often the hardest thing about getting fit and staying fit is the motivation to not just start but the challenge to keep consistently performing. Fitbit have introduced a way to maintain the enthusiasm...

Fitbit Alta HR – First Impression Sleep Stages Tracking Data

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Fitbit's new Alta HR fitness band takes sleep tracking to the next level by showing you data about your Sleep stages. Leveraging their PurePulse heart rate technology, Fitbit's Sleep Stages data goes beyond tracking how many minutes you slept to breakdown the data...

Fitbit’s new tracker, the Alta HR available for presale now, arriving here early April

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While smartwatches in general continue to struggle the same cannot be said for fitness trackers. As someone who sees a lot of different people every single day the sheer volume of people who...

Review: Fitbit Blaze And Fitstar

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It is tough at the top of the heap. Even with every second company producing a fit band Fitbit continue to remain at the pinnacle. Last year in an attempt to combat the intrusion...

Fitbit offering access to Fitstar Premium for 90 days For All Fitbit Users

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The other day I wrote about an app and program that Fitbit had released called Fitstar Personal Trainer. The free version of the app is nothing to write home about but the premium...

Fitbit introduces the Fitstar Personal Trainer App

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Fitbit, a name synonymous with fitbands, have been around a long time and have built a reputation for being one of, if not the best fitbands available. When I reviewed their latest fitband,...

Fitbit acquires Pebble, but it really looks more like Fitbit kills Pebble

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It was rumoured, and now it's confirmed: Fitbit has killed acquired Pebble, including its technology, software, and other intellectual property. Of course, Pebble sells this as a positive, but if you're a Pebble user,...

Fitbit Charge 2 – Review

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Fit bands seem to be a dime a dozen these days and yet the only brand that a majority of people know is the Fitbit. Fitbit were not the first to make a...

Fitbit’s Charge 2 lands first in Australia for Fathers Day; updated Flex 2 activity...

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Fitbit today announced the worldwide first launch of its Charge 2 in Australia (just in time for Fathers Day) with an update to its popular Flex activity tracker - the Flex 2 - following...

Fitbit sleep schedule helps you get more consistent sleep

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Well know fitness accessory manufacturer Fitbit, has today introduced new functionality for sleep scheduling on selected Fitbit trackers through the Fitbit app. We all know that sleep is vital to your health, in theory we...

Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P users can download and use Fitbit without wearing an...

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FitBit have quietly pushed out an update for its app that enables Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P users to use the app without actually wearing a Fitbit tracker. The update information from the Play Store...

Fitbit unexpectedly identifies a pregnancy

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When a Redditor took to the popular site to seek (what he thought was) technical assistance for his wife's fitbit, a clued in commenter got him thinking about his future. His post queried...

Fitbit Announce A New Addition To Their Lineup, The Blaze

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Announcements are coming thick and fast at CES 2016, with many new smartwatches being unveiled. Today, the company that arguably made wearable tech a household requirement had their turn. Following on from...

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