Tile, the maker of Bluetooth-powered lost item finder beacons and, more recently, a staunch Apple critic, announced today it has raised $40 million in non-dilutive debt financing from Capital IP.
Europe urged to block Google-Fitbit ahead of major digital policy overhaul
The European Commission must block the Google -Fitbit merger as a matter of democratic imperative, prominent academic and author Shoshana Zuboff has warned. The Harvard professor who wrote the defining
EU’s Google-Fitbit antitrust decision deadline pushed into 2021
The deadline for Europe to make a call on the Google -Fitbit merger has been pushed out again — with EU regulators now having until January 8, 2021, to take
Google-Fitbit deal to be scrutinized in Europe over data competition concerns
In a set-back for Google’s plan to acquire health wearable company Fitbit, the European Commission has announced it’s opening an investigation to dig into a range of competition concerns being
Google gobbling Fitbit is a major privacy risk, warns EU data protection advisor
The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has intervened to raise concerns about Google’s plan to scoop up the health and activity data of millions of Fitbit users — at a
Jawbone is being liquidated as its CEO launches a related health startup
The slow and painful demise of Jawbone is finally coming to an end, as yet another effort to rejuvenate the business is beginning under a familiar name. After a multi-year
Fitbit’s upcoming smartwatch has reportedly been a giant mess
Yahoo Finance has nabbed a couple of photos reported to be Fitbit’s upcoming smartwatch, along with a handful of reports that make the whole undertaking sound like one big fiasco.
The Fitbit Flex 2 can go in the pool with you
Apple’s latest Watch was met with great applause when the company announced in September the thing could take a dive in the pool and keep on ticking. But the price and