Which sub-$200 Fitbit should you buy?
Four new trackers, ranging from $70 to $160: We get an up-close look on our wrists.
Samsung's latest smartwatch loses the rotating bezel we loved on the original Galaxy Watch, but it has just as many features and at a fraction of the price.
Today's major tech headlines include shoppable ads coming to Google image search, Samsung at work on two more foldable phones and Fitbit's new line of competitively priced fitness trackers.
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Fitbit's priced all of its newest fitness trackers at $160 or less in a mission to get on more wrists.
But it lost ground to Samsung and Fitbit, according to Strategy Analytics.
There's not as much separating these fitness trackers as you might think.
Here's how to choose between two of the most popular Fitbits.
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Fitbit users can opt to share their data for scientific research.
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