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Fitbit will pool its brand, community, data and devices with Google’s software and services, the two companies said in a release on Monday

Fitbit’s shares jumped more than 9 per cent on Monday after it revealed a wide-ranging new alliance with Google. Fitbit, which is trying to cut cost(...)

The Fitbit Ionic is the company’s first device to include a sensor that can estimate blood oxygen levels.

Fitbit unveiled its first smartwatch on Monday, hoping that the health-focused features of the device will reverse the hardware maker’s declining infl(...)

Fitbit chief executive James Park insisted the product remained ‘on track’ despite reports of delays.

Fitbit’s upcoming smartwatch will feature more precise GPS tracking, a music player and new biometric sensors, according to chief executive James Park(...)

The company sold 6.5 million devices in the fourth quarter. That compares with more than 8.2 million in the quarter a year ago

Fitbit’s fourth-quarter revenue fell 19 per cent, hurt by fading consumer demand for its once-popular wearable fitness trackers. Revenue in the quart(...)

According to recent figures from research firm IDC, Fitbit had 23 per cent market share in the wearable technology space in the third quarter.

Wearable technology firm Fitbit saw healthy growth in profits and turnover at its Dublin-based international business in 2015, newly filed accounts s(...)

Fitbit has found it “incredibly difficult” to find small-enough batteries to fit its new wearable device. Photograph: iStock

Wearable fitness device maker Fitbit’s revenue forecast for the key-holiday shopping quarter fell well below of analysts’ estimates, hurt by soft dema(...)

James Park, chief executive of Fitbit, said Ireland might need to deal with a perception that US companies get special tax deals. Photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill

James Park flew into a storm as he arrived to open Fitbit ’s new offices in Dublin last week, one day after Europe slapped Apple with a record tax de(...)

Fitbit co-founder and chief executive James Park: “I’m always kind of in survival mode, always being paranoid.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

It’s hard not to feel instantly unfit when you walk into the Fitbit offices in Dublin. Housed in the former Esat Digifone building on Baggot Street, (...)

An employee walks on a treadmill inside a giant replica Fitbit tracker. The new Dublin office in Baggot Street will serve Europe, Middle East and Africa, and aims to employ 50 people by the end of the year. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Wearable technology firm Fitbit has opened its European headquarters in Dublin, aiming to employ 50 people by the end of the year. The firm has app(...)