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Editors' Take

Fitbit Alta

The $130 Alta is Fitbit's replacement for the Charge fitness band. We put it through its paces to see if there was substance under the style.

By February 3, 2016

Editors' Take

Fitbit Blaze

Swappable leather bands, a color screen, but no GPS. Blaze aims for good looks and a few new fitness tricks. But how does it feel?

By January 5, 2016

Review

Fitbit Charge HR

Fitbit's Charge HR combines heart rate tracking, sleep tracking and fitness into an affordable, slim band with good battery life. It's a hard combination to beat.

By November 25, 2015

4 stars Editors' rating November 25, 2015
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The Fitbit Alta is a low-key fitness tracker with smartphone alerts

CNET's Dan Graziano gives you a first look at the newest member of the Fitbit family.

By February 3, 2016

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Fitbit gets fashionable, Nintendo teases next mobile game

Yet another Fitbit joins the flock, but the Alta goes for style -- and bugs you for being boring. Also, Nintendo gives more details on Miitomo, coming next month.

By February 3, 2016

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Fitbit gets fashionable, Nintendo teases next mobile game (CNET Update show notes)

Yet another Fitbit joins the flock, but the Alta goes for style -- and bugs you for being boring. Also, Nintendo gives more details on Miitomo, coming next month.

By February 3, 2016

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Windows 10 budges a bit as masses cling to Windows 7

Microsoft crows that its new software now has 200 million monthly users. Still, that hasn't moved the needle much when it comes to displacing older versions.

By January 4, 2016

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Fitbit Blaze wants to be your fanciest fitness smartwatch

Fitbit's new tracker is more like an Apple Watch than ever before, and its pop-out center can be swapped into new cases and leather or metal bands

By January 5, 2016

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Blue Oval launches program to make your Ford talk to your FitBit

Could your next car be the biggest wearable of all?

By January 10, 2016

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Fitbit users sue, claiming heart rate monitors miss the beat

Wearable-device maker is accused of false advertising after users claim in lawsuit that its heart rate monitors give wrong readings.

By January 6, 2016