The Versa will come in three options for $199.95: a black case with a black strap, a silver aluminum case with a gray strap, and a rose gold case with a peach strap.
Fitbit will soon be introducing "Quick Replies", which let you send quick pre-populated or customisable replies to text messages and instant messenger apps (Android only).
Sleep tracking is also available on the Versa. The Versa special edition retails for $349.95 and the accessories cost anywhere from $49.95 to $139.95. It'll also feature a custom adidas clock face and is expected to arrive March 19 for $329.95.
It is shower and splashproof and comes in two vibrant colours, Electric Blue and Power Purple.
Fitbit Ace Fitbit have had fitness trackers for young kids for a while but for older kids the childish designs won't cut it: hence the Fitbit Ace was born. The tracker counts steps and also gives prompts to move. The guideline is 60 minutes of physical activity a day. A new family Fitbit account accompanies the Ace, offering parental control features to keep the kids safe while using the device.
Vikings Reach Out to Drew Brees
Why would the Broncos not offer it if they are going to make an offer to Kirk Cousins? Well, Brees is technically available. It makes all the sense in the world for Brees to at least feign interest in other teams as he negotiates with the Saints.
Parental settings can limit what children are able to do using their Fitbit Aces.
The release also referenced a study conducted by Fitbit, which concluded that "most parents agree and believe their children are less active than when they were children". With the growing rates of obesity in children, Fitbit believes that Ace is a great way to teach children healthy habits.
Fitbit will fold data about your cycle into the watch's Today app.
According to a Fitbit survey, 80 percent of women didn't know how many phases were in a menstrual cycle and over 70 percent did not know the average length of a cycle. There will also be groups in Fitbit's Community service for women to connect over. Men, in fact, won't see these features at all unless they add a female tracking tile to the app by long-pressing a dashboard tile.
This is all part of Fitbit's push to expand into new demographics.
There's really nothing here users won't get from your standard tracking apps, of course, but Fitbit's hope is that incorporating it into the sleep and health data the company is already tracking could unlock some insight for women about how their menstrual cycle impacts their overall health.
Dropbox sees IPO price between $16 and $18 per share
Investors are sure to have questions for the file-sharing technology leader as it embarks on its marketing roadshow. The company's revenue increased more 30 per cent previous year to US$1.1 billion from US$845 million in 2016.
Philips Hue announces outdoor range
The Philips Hue outdoor lights portfolio will include three products initially - luminaries, spot lighting, and pillar posts. United States only: the PAR38 lamp will retail for Dollars 29.99 for a single pack and double pack for Dollars 49.99.
Raiders release former Utah cornerback Sean Smith
Smith got benched in his first game with the Raiders after getting burned by New Orleans' Brandin Cooks for a 98-yard touchdown. A former second-round pick by the Miami Dolphins in the 2009 NFL Draft, Smith has had several issues with the law of the years.