But it won't matter if Google can close its proposed $2.1 billion acquisition.
News & Analysis: Fitbit
With a double-digit discount to a deal expected to close later this year, Alphabet's plan to acquire the wearables pioneer is no longer a slam dunk.
The wearable tech company is waking up a dormant sensor.
Philips’ patent infringement lawsuit against Fitbit just sparked an ITC investigation.
Health technology giant Philips alleges that Fitbit and others are infringing on its intellectual property.
The tech giant’s expansion into the wearables market faces a Department of Justice probe over privacy concerns.
In spite of strong sales, wearables are far from mainstream. Apple and Google are trying to change that.
Google's parent company intends to acquire the wearables maker next year at a healthy premium, so why is the target trading 8% below its buyout price?
I understand what everyone is upset about, but allow me to play devil’s advocate.
Google's acquisition of Fitbit raised many eyebrows in the investing world, so we investigate whether the wearables manufacturer should be happy or not about it.