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In the early 1990s, the power of the slap bracelet was unquestioned. You see, I do not have a FitBit. In the early 1990s, the power of the slap bracelet was unquestioned The FitBit seemed to be built around encouraging the sedentary to start moving, or the already-exercise-obsessed to proclaim to the world how impressive […]

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​Wearables like FitBit and the Jawbone UP have encouraged our love of personal statistics, but theyre currently limited to steps taken, distance walked and a handful of other relatively simple metrics. And while some gadgets can monitor your heart rate, what about things like inflammation and vitamin D levels? Enter Cue, a 3-inch device that […]

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FitBit, a tech company that makes activity and health tracking devices, is under fire once again because of its rash-creating Force Fitness tracker, the newest wristband in its wearable line. This time, its in the form of a class-action lawsuit. FitBit voluntarily recalled the Force model in February after 1.7 percent of its users experienced […]

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