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Fitbit Charge 4 review, one month later: All the fitness tracking you could ask for, plus some smartwatch goodies – Android Police

Fitbit Charge 4 review, one month later: All the fitness tracking you could ask...

This story was originally published 2020/05/27 9:12am PDTon May 27, 2020 and last updated 2020/06/27 8:24am PDTon Jun 27, 2020.  For many people, Fitbit is synonymous with fitness trackers, but the company has faced new challenges from smartwatches in recent years. The Fitbit Charge 4 signifies a change, even if it doesn't look too different…
The Fitbit app reaches 50 million downloads on Android – 9to5Google

The Fitbit app reaches 50 million downloads on Android – 9to5Google

Despite being more or less essential for those with a Fitbit fitness tracker, the companion Android app has only just surpassed 50 million downloads on the Google Play Store. Considering the popularity of Fitbit hardware globally, it seems like a low figure, particularly in Western markets with over 16 million units sold in 2019 alone,…
Fitbit is preparing to add support for the Google Assistant – Android Police

Fitbit is preparing to add support for the Google Assistant – Android Police

Google has been making a big deal about its Assistant for a long time now, going so far as to call it "your own personal Google." It's made it onto phones, Chromebooks, and smart speakers, but it's never been available on a third-party smartwatch — until now! According to code found in the latest version…
The $30 Mi Band 5 just destroyed the Fitbit Inspire HR – Android Central

The $30 Mi Band 5 just destroyed the Fitbit Inspire HR – Android Central

Xiaomi today launched the Mi Band 5 in China, its latest budget fitness band and a direct successor to the fantastic Mi Band 4 (via XDA Developers). The latest fitness band from Xiaomi comes with an updated design and several key upgrades that make it an even more impressive wearable than its predecessor, at least…
Fitbit gains FDA authorization for its low-cost emergency ventilator

Fitbit gains FDA authorization for its low-cost emergency ventilator

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Fitbit’s ventilator gets emergency FDA approval

Fitbit’s ventilator gets emergency FDA approval

Wearable company Fitbit has officially unveiled the Fitbit Flow, a new ventilator with FDA approval for use during the COVID-19 pandemic. The ventilator has been granted emergency use authorization by the FDA, meaning it can only be used to treat people during the current health crisis. Fitbit tells The Verge that it hopes to sell…

Fitbit’s Chinese rival Amazfit mulls a transparent, self-disinfecting mask – TechCrunch

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Fitbit may soon make emergency ventilators to tackle COVID-19 crisis, says CEO James Park...

FP TrendingMay 16, 2020 20:50:39 ISTFitbit Inc, which is known for making activity trackers, smartwatches and wireless-enabled wearable technology, will be shifting supply chain resources to make emergency ventilators. In a conversation with CNBC, the CEO of Fitbit, James Park, said that the ventilators will be used to help treat COVID-19 patients and help bolster…
Fitbit plans to make emergency ventilators for Covid-19 – CNBC

Fitbit plans to make emergency ventilators for Covid-19 – CNBC

James Park, chief executive officer of Fitbit Inc.Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesFitbit, which makes wearable devices including fitness-trackers, is shifting its supply chain to make emergency-use ventilators, CEO James Park told CNBC. The company is submitting its technology to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in the coming days, Park said. A team started…
Fitbit is reportedly planning to build ventilators to help treat COVID-19 patients

Fitbit is reportedly planning to build ventilators to help treat COVID-19 patients

Fitbit, which makes fitness-tracking wearables, will be shifting supply chain resources to make emergency ventilators, Fitbit CEO James Park said to CNBC. The ventilators will be used to help treat COVID-19 patients and could help bolster the national supply of the medical devices, which have been in need during the pandemic. “There was a lot…

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Airbus will debut electronic odor detector to sniff out explosives and other hazardous substances in airport security lines by the end of 2020The plane manufacturer will begin using a new sensor to detect bombsThe cutting edge device will use a processor with integrated biological cellsAirbus says the sensors will roll out in airport screening areas…

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