BeWell Connect, a connected health care tool manufacturer, has launched three connected digital health products in an effort to support at-home health care monitoring.
Fitbit has unveiled its first smart watch, the Fitbit Ionic, which is designed as a health and fitness platform.
Fitbit has unveiled its updated Aria 2 WiFi Smart Scale, which connects to the brand’s app to support the user’s health and fitness goals.
Jawbone, a fitness tracker and consumer electronics manufacturer, has begun liquidation proceedings after its fitness trackers failed to garner consumer interest, according to multiple reports.
Royal Philips has expanded its connected oral healthcare lineup with the launch of its Sonicare DiamondClean Smart connected toothbrush, said to be a complete care solution for the mouth.
Nokia has officially completed the transition of digital health products from Withings, which have all been rebranded under the Nokia name. The company acquired Withings in 2016 for an estimated $191 million.
In the first quarter of 2017, Apple captured 16% global wearables market share and overtook Fitbit to become the world’s largest wearables vendor, according to market research firm Strategy Analytics.
Garmin has added to its vívosmart lineup of fitness trackers with the launch of the vívosmart 3, an activity tracker with an ultra-slim design and new tracking features.
This year, Pretika is entering the connected health segment of the personal care and wellness market with the launch of its new connected skin care technologies at the International Home + Housewares Show, here.