Late yesterday it was reported by The Information that Fitbit is close to buying wearable startup Pebble, news that has since been independently confirmed by The Verge. Fitbit and Pebble have been in the final stages of the deal since before the Thanksgiving holiday; the buying price has not yet been confirmed. While it ultimately might not be as good of a deal as Pebble would have hoped for, there are a lot of reasons why a Pebble-Fitbit deal makes sense.
At first glance, the SuperSuit has a lot going for it. It’s the world’s first wearable gaming platform. Players wear the suit, go out in their backyards and start playing right away with Zi-Fi — an ad-hoc standalone wireless network that sits in between BLE and ZigBee in terms of range, no phone needed — and 15 pre-loaded games. As they run around, hide and zap each other,
Microsoft is bringing its 12 Days of Deals promotion back again this year. While previous years have seen heavy discounts on Groove Music subscriptions and a great deal on a Dell Windows tablet, this year Microsoft has a mix of promotions. Unusually, the company is revealing all of its deals ahead of time. Some of the highlights include 50 percent off select Xbox One games, a $100 gift card for purchasing a HTC Vive or Oculus Rift VR headset, and up to 40 percent off Dell PCs.
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