At the end of March, London-based Fitbug filed a lawsuit against San Francisco-based Fitbit that alleges trademark infringement and unfair business practices, which Fitbug claims has caused it irreparable harm and damage. While the company has stated that it sent Fitbit a cease-and-desist letter last...
In January 2012 Fitbit expanded beyond wearable activity tracking devices when it launched its Aria WiFi Smart Scale at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). While it offers much of the same functionality — if not identical features — to many of its peers, it is now one of the only connected...
Tue, Mar 12 2013
Filed under: Filed under: Uncategorized, iHealth, Fitbit Aria scale, Withings WiFi Scale, BIA, Tanita, Fitbit activity tracker, smart body scale, Fitbit 510(k) clearance, Fitbit FDA, body fat analyzer
Last week, just a few days before connected fitness device maker Fitbit announced the commercial launch of its WiFi-enabled Aria scale, BodyMedia and Withings partnered up to integrate weight data from Withings’ WiFi scale into BodyMedia user’s online dashboards and apps. BodyMedia offers...
Wed, Apr 25 2012
Filed under: Filed under: Uncategorized, mobile health apps, BodyMedia, Fitbit, Withings, WiFi weight scale, RunKeeper Health Graph, Fitbit Aria scale, connected weight scale, connected fitness trackers
Connected fitness device maker Fitbit announced this week the commercial launch of its Aria WiFi Smart Scale, which was originally unveiled at the CES event earlier this year. The company, whose flagship product is the Fitbit Ultra Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker, is now selling the Aria scale on...