Fitbit Sense first impressions, Prime Day to start Oct. 13
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CNET has the new Fitbit Sense and is conducting an ongoing review.
The $329 sense can track temperature, respiration, heart rate variability, take electrocardiogram and even measure stress.
But productively analyzing all this data has proven to be difficult.
Sounds like all the ambitious data the census tracking doesn't necessarily give you a realistic picture of your health.
But we'll have more on the sense as our review continues.
Amazon's Prime Day is finally coming.
The annual sale event will kick off in the US on Tuesday, October 13th.
According to four people with knowledge of Amazon's plans.
The news fits with earlier statements from Amazon that confirm the closely followed online event would take place in the fourth quarter.
Amazon likely will have lots of new and updated gadgets and services of its own to pitch to consumers on Prime Day is Thursday, September 24th, the company will host its annual fall product launch.
Speaking of Amazon's new products the prime bike wants to offer an experience similar to what you might get with a peloton for a much cheaper price.
The Prime bike costs only 499 but like peloton, you need to pay more for a membership service to get access to video classes on demand and make the most of your stationary bike experience.
Unlike peloton the prime bike does not have a screen, so you'll need to revive that yourself with a phone or tablet.
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