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In today's edition of In Brief, we see more Pixel 3 leaks, learn about the launch of the Fitbit Charge 3, get more DVR controls with YouTube TV, and more.
Welcome to In Brief, the AndroidGuys tech briefing. Today is Monday, September 17 and we're taking a look at all the tech news you...
The Fitbit Charge 3 has finally been announced with a new touchscreen display, a slew of fitness tracking features and some extra goodies.
While Google continues to figure out what is going on with Wear OS, other smartwatch OEM's have stepped up their game. This includes Fitbit, which...
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Rebble is an independent effort to keep Pebble smartwatches active, even as after Fitbit will shut down Pebble servers on June 30.
The wearable aimed at children ages 8 and above helps to focus on activities, sleep, and steps. The Fitbit Ace is available at a variety of retailers.
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A new update is rolling out to the Fitbit Versa which brings female health tracking, along with the ability to quickly reply to messages directly from your smartwatch.
After being announced earlier this month, the Fitbit Versa is now available for purchase. The base model starts at $199, while the Special Edition model features an NFC chip for mobile payments and costs $229.95.
Fitbit's second and slimmest smartwatch, the Versa, is now official. Click here for all of the details on the new $200 smartwatch.
Fitbit announced it was partnering up with Adidas last year and now we can finally see the fruits of the collaboration in the form of the Ionic Adidas Edition.
With Christmas just around the corner, it’s time to get gifting and find the presents for your family and friends. If you haven’t picked...
It’s becoming quite obvious as to why there are no major runaway hits for Android Wear. More specifically, it’s clear why there’s not one...
I've owned perhaps half a dozen scales in my lifetime; analog, digital, smart, you name it. My current daily use scale is the HTC-made...