Quantified self is useful and it's becoming cheap. But it's also becoming a privacy blackhole.
Added about 2 years ago | As appeared first on recode.net | Author: Ina Fried
When San Francisco-based Fitbit launched its first product in 2009, it was hailed as the first wireless, wearable fitness device for the mass consumer market. Building on the features of a basic pedometer, the clip-on Fitbit added a welcome software element to counting steps, allowing users to view their progress through Fitbit's website or mobile app. Perhaps more notably, Fitbit — and its eventual step-tracking competitors — eschewed heart-rate monitoring, something that was considered nece... Continue reading on recode.net
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