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Google buys out Fitbit for $2.1 billion

Google buys out Fitbit for $2.1 billion

Google has just bought out activity tracker brand Fitbit for $2.1 billion. The purchase gives Google a stronger position in the wearable’s industry. Google is trying to figure out long term solutions to become a major part of the wearables market as it is considered as the future after smartphones.

Rhokanth 1 year

Welp, this sucks. I love my FitBit but of course Google has to ruin everything.

The Autarch
The Autarch 1 year

This is bad. A company like Google now has all that biometric data at their disposal. They know how fast and strong you are; they know all of your limits. Nowhere to run.

Luficer Morningstar
Luficer Morningstar 1 year

next software update spyware and your data is sent to big government

Arcamean 1 year

Google is WAY too big, why it’s not forced to break up like Microsoft I’ll never get.

Robert 1 year

Time to sell!

ConcealCarryProtect 1 year

How is google not a monopoly?

Auster Maeson
Auster Maeson 1 year

They purchased Fitbit solely the data.. Googles new slogan is: Try not to be evil but when there’s financial gain, Be very evil..

Morbo 1 year

So Google Disney and China now make and own everything

Arcamean 1 year

Google deserves to be divided like Microsoft was, conglomerates are never good for the people.

MachoMaam 1 year

Enjoy Google having even more information about you.

Bobby 1 year

Google Fit, bit. Now your Fitbit will need to be charged twice a day because, well, read the reviews on Googles watches for the last four years.

Max Maidment
Max Maidment 1 year

Does that include all the data on what time you fap?

Tsila Noitan (Backer)
Tsila Noitan (Backer) 1 year

corporate acquisition is the poison that contaminates good healthy capitalism

tenoclock 1 year

Please stay away from Garmin!

Bruce 7 months

Dear Newsvoice When you post an article, please SHOW THE DATE along with it. I am getting fed up with finding articles on Google and then after opening said link, I can't even tell WHEN it happened (or was written) because the website was too lazy to include a date on it. This is becoming an irritating trend it seems. On another note. Screw Google. They have been doing nothing but go downhill these last few years. They are far too big nowadays. Time to break their sorry @$$'s up!

Aight Bradley
Aight Bradley 1 year

Get ready for Fit it to suck worse, Google ruins everything it takes over.

michael zubas
michael zubas 1 year


themdg 1 year

Bummer. Been enjoying my Fitbit one for years. I assume that the brand will be shut down (or otherwise ruined), or at least my own device will no longer be supported.

DysfunctionalOrphan 1 year

When will this consolidation of power end? Certainly not under a Republican or even a Corrupt Democrat...

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