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Fitbit to buy and kill off smartwatch pioneer Pebble, according to reports

Brisbane Times Friday, 2 December 2016 ()
Fitbit is reportedly set to acquire rival and smartwatch pioneer Pebble, with a view to taking its technologies and retiring the brand.
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Pebble announces details of the deal that will see Fitbit pick up parts of the smartwatch maker.

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