A new report calculates that over 100 million people now use an Apple Watch. That’s one out of every 10 iPhone users, an excellent attach rate.
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Fitbit announced today that it has added blood glucose logging to its mobile app and is opening the doors to blood glucose tracking meters and apps.
Apple didn’t just post record revenues in the most recent quarter, it outperformed Microsoft by an over 2-to-1 margin. What the heck is going on here?
With the launch of Fitness+ in late 2020, Apple has really started to differentiate Apple Watch from other smartwatches.
14 months after it announced that it would acquire Fitbit for $2.1 billion, Google announced today that it has finally finalized the deal.
Six months later, the European Union (EU) has finally approved Google’s $2.1 billion acquisition of struggling wearable maker Fitbit.
Apple originally announced that its Fitness+ subscription service would launch by the end of 2020, and today it revealed that it will make good on that promise.
Fitbit announced today that Fitbit OS 5.1 is now available for its Sense and Versa 3 smartwatches with Google Assistant support, Bluetooth calling, and more.
Apple has released iOS 14.2, iPadOS 14.2, tvOS 14.2, watchOS 7.1, and HomePod 14.2, delivering many fixes and a few new features.
In an interview, Fitbit CEO and founder James Park revealed that his firm’s premium health and fitness service has over 500,000 paying subscribers.
Two weeks ago, I finally switched from a Fitbit Charge 3 tracker to a Fitbit Versa 3 smartwatch. I don’t know why I waited so long.
Just a day later, I can tell that the Fitbit Versa 3 is going to work well for my needs, assuming that the battery holds up.
After a lot of back and forth, I decided to upgrade from my two-year-old Fitbit Charge 3 to a Fitbit Versa 3. Here are some initial thoughts.
Given enough time between announcement and release, I’ll preorder a product, cancel the preorder, and then preorder it again.
It’s already obvious that the Amazon Halo just isn’t for me. It offers only a small range of health measurements and there's no display.
The Amazon Halo is the anti-Apple Watch, a fitness band with no display and some understandable privacy concerns.
I watched and wrote about yesterday’s Apple event in real-time, and then I watched it again. And then I asked my wife to watch it too.
As expected, Apple today announced the bundling of its existing services into Apple One, which will be available in three tiers.
With its new iPhones delayed at least a month, Apple instead just launched two of the other products it would normally announce this month.
Amazon today announced its entry into the health tracking market with a new service called Halo and a new wearable called Halo Band.
Fitbit today announced the Versa 3 and a new offering called Sense that adds stress management and ECG, SpO2, and skin temperature sensors.
Fitbit said this week that its fitness wearables could detect COVID-19 in their users before they show any sign of symptoms.
With its Fitbit acquisition held up by EU antitrust regulators, Google this week announced plans for minor improvements to Wear OS.
Google today announced a major update to Google Maps for Apple CarPlay and the return of its app for Apple Watch.
Google said today that it would work with EU antitrust regulators to overcome any obstacles to its $2.1 billion purchase of Fitbit.
Apple reported net income of $11.25 billion on revenues of $46.5 billion in the quarter ending June 30; revenues surged 11 percent year-over-year.
In a major setback to Google and its desire to jumpstart its wearables business, the EU will reportedly investigate the Fitbit acquisition.