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It's no surprise that Jawbone is nearing death, starting liquidation proceedings already, with its CEO and co-founder out to establish a new business.
If it wasn't obvious already, low-cost Jawbone fitness bands for the masses are dead, as the company plots a pivot to professional health care products.
Believe it or not, wearable tech veteran Jawbone is not desperate enough... just yet to accept any acquisition offer from arch-nemesis Fitbit.
The fitness bandsmaker right up there with Fitbit and (ahem) Apple is not doing too well on the streets nor on the balance sheets, say some insiders.
Click through for a more direct link to Groupon's deal. The Jawbone UP2 is going for 55 percent off while the company tries to gather its strategy.
In trying to set the record straight, Jawbone essentially confirmed current money trouble while insisting it's got exciting things in the pipeline still.
Sources say Jawbone has sold off its inventory of UP fitness wearables and is looking to sell its Bluetooth speaker business.
Amazon can't wait until November 26 or 27 to lift the veil off its Black Friday deal extravaganza, with an avalanche of promos underway this Friday.
If you’re Fitbit, Jawbone or Nike, then you know how to make a dedicated fitness tracker. If you know about Global Positioning Systems like Garmin and TomTom, you probably also have a good crack at crafting one.
So, would HTC with its partner Under Armour — both well respected technology and fitness names respectively — be able to make a wearable to stand out from the crowd? Probably. All it takes is precision sensor technology, life-resistant hardware and software that’s easy to use and can tell a meaningful story. But at this point for the partnership and in the [...]
No, this isn’t your new year’s resolution coming back to bite you in your fat butt. And by the way, if you’ve kept your resolution for this long, you deserve a pat on the back. I digress.
Just in case that if you do have a fat butt and want to get rid of it, the Huawei TalkBand B2 might motivate you to do so.
The B2 is our first dedicated fitness tracker in our review drawers (for all of smartwatch coverage, look here). It’s not like we’ve been ignoring this device sector; we understand that there’s a certain kind of motivation when you [...]
The Jawbone Up4 has gone official today, bringing mobile payments (with a catch) to fitness bands. The company has also unveiled the affordable Jawbone Up2.
Need more fitness tracker options? Don't worry, we've got you covered with this news of the announcement of the Jawbone UP3 and UP MOVE.
We've just heard that a Jawbone Pebble app for activity tracking is in the pipeline. Learn when we're planning to see it, and what exactly it'll do.