2021 Accessories Fitbit News

Fitbit’s Charge 5 has a colour display and 7 days of battery life

Fitbit has unveiled its fitness tracker with the new Charge 5.

2019 Fitbit Google News Wear OS by Google Wearables

Google to acquire Fitbit for $2.1 billion

Google has announced that it will be acquiring wearables maker Fitbit for an estimated $2.1 billion.

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Fitbit’s Versa 2 comes with a Amazon Alexa, an AMOLED screen and 5+ days of battery life

Fitbit has announced an updated version of their smartwatch with the Versa 2.

2019 Fitbit News Rumors & Leaks Smartwatches Wearables

Fitbit Versa 2 leaks out

Fitbit’s successor to their Versa smartwatch has leaked out in an exclusive on TechnoBuffalo.

2018 News Smartwatches Wearables

Fitbit announces their latest smartwatch, Versa

After being leaked last week, Fitbit has officially announced their latest smartwatch called the Fitbit Versa.

2018 Rumors & Leaks Smartwatches Wearables

Fitbit’s ‘mass appeal’ smartwatch, Versa leaks out

According to a report by Wareable and famed leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks), we now know what Fitbit’s next smartwatch will be called and what it looks like.

2017 Accessories Android iOS News Smartwatches Wearables

Fitbit announces their next smartwatch, the Ionic

Fitbit has announced their newest smartwatch with the Fitbit Ionic.

2017 Smartwatches Wearables

Fitbit’s next smartwatch and headphones leak out

Yahoo Finance has got a couple of photos that reportedly show Fitbit’s next smartwatch, as well as the company’s first pair of Bluetooth earbuds.

2017 Android iOS News Wearables

Fitbit reveals the Alta HR with the ‘World’s Slimmest Heart Rate Tracker’

Fitbit has unveiled a slightly updated version of their Alta fitness tracker, which launched last March.

The new, Alta HR has continuous heart rate tracking which was lacking from the original model. You’ll also get improved battery life (Fitbit says up to 7 days).

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Pebble to shut down, after being acquired by Fitbit

This year hasn’t been great and all and it’s worse now, especially if you’re a Pebble fan like I am (still rocking the original Pebble and I backed the Time 2).

Pebble has announced that it will be joining Fitbit and stop operating on its own . That mean the company will shut down and they will no longer manufacture Pebble devices.