San Jose-based Immersion announced in a statement that it has settled its dispute with Fitbit more or less a year after filing a suit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. However, the two companies have not disclosed their terms of settlement and license agreement.
Los Angeles-based Cedars –Sinai Medical center and UCLA experimenters are describing that a (consumer-grade) Fitbit tracker can be used in some Remote patient Monitoring programs if health professionals know the clinical limitation of the mobile health wearables. The researchers outlined the 90-day study and concluded that the Fitbit data could be used to identify trends that call for health professional involvement
Come this spring adults won’t be the only ones with their own line of Fitbit trackers. The company recently announced a new set of products including the Fitbit Ace, which is a tracker designed for children 8 years old and up, as well a much anticipated new smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa.
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