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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(...)

76 Lower Baggot Street, a five-storey office block  designed by Sam Stephenson. Photograph: Wojtek Bartkowski

The newly refurbished former headquarters of Bord na Móna at 76 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2, will be of interest to Irish and overseas investment gr(...)

The Fitbit Flex has changed. The second version of the popular fitness tracker has one big advantage over its predecessor: it’s waterproof. That means(...)

Apple executive Jeff Williams at the San Francisco launch of new products, including the Apple Watch Series 2. Photograph: Stephen Lam/Getty Images

Last week was all about Apple. No matter where you turned, it was either iPhone or Apple Watch, and there was no getting away from it. That is stand(...)

The bands are swappable too, which means you will be able to accessorise according to the occasion.

Fitbit Charge 2 Fitness trackers are now part of many people’s tech wardrobe. One of the biggest names in wearable activity trackers, Fitbit, has jus(...)

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(...)

Have you got on board the wearable bandwagon yet? If not, you may be among the last of the holdouts. It seems almost everyone has embraced wearable te(...)

Travel Gear: Wearable tech wars
  • Travel
  • February 13, 2016, 01:00

1. Underwater Kinetics 312 UltraBox In truth, Underwater Kinetics is probably a brand only for the most paranoid. It has a range of super-tough, w(...)

James Park, chief executive  of Fitbit: Wall Street reacted badly to Fitbit’s first product launch since last year’s initial public offering, sending its shares down by as much as 13 per cent by early afternoon after the Blaze was unveiled. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

As the world’s largest annual consumer technology trade show opens today in Las Vegas, a plethora of pre-show press conferences mixed car firms with t(...)

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