Not yet part of Google, Fitbit has a watch that checks for warning signs you’re at risk for a stroke, senses if you’re stressed, and takes your temperature.
The last time Fitbit had any really big news was last November, when it agreed to become part of Google in a $2.1 billion deal. More than nine months later, the planned transaction is still undergoing scrutiny by regulators. Along with privacy advocates, they’re concerned about what Google might do with the data Fitbit collects about users of its wearables.
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