Report: Fitbit tried to buy wearable arch-rival Jawbone
It offered too low of a price for its troubled sparring partner, though.
Fitbit drops its attempt to ban Jawbone device sales
Did Jawbone really win, however?
Jawbone dropped by customer service provider for failure to pay
The company is reportedly having inventory problems, too.
US Judge absolves Fitbit of corporate espionage allegations (for now)
Jawbone's case against the company will continue in a California court.
Intel should buy Jawbone just for its fitness app
A thought experiment in three acts.
Jawbone is reportedly stopping production on all of its fitness trackers (update)
The company may also be selling its speaker business, as well.
Judge rules for Fitbit in patent dispute with Jawbone
But a separate trial against Fitbit for corporate espionage begins in 10 days.
Jawbone widens its legal claims against Fitbit
It alleges that Fitbit staff took even more activity tracker data than first thought.
Your fitness tracker probably has security issues
Hackers could theoretically track you or manipulate your health data.