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Fitness Tech News: February 2016

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Catch up with the best innovations from CES 2016 and more! Here are the most important fitness tech industry news stories in the  February 2016 edition of Fitness Tech News.

About the Fitness Industry

Read about 4 ways gyms are using data to drive new members & enhance the workout experience.

Read about how clubs can use data mining to increase retention, reduce attrition, and improve member satisfaction.

Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo is launching a fitness software startup that “reimagines the path to personal fitness”.

New York Startup Dibs Technology has raised $1 million in seed funding to bring dynamic-pricing technology for boutique fitness clubs.

About Wearable Technology

CNET says that wearable tech at CES 2016 was all about fitness.

Wareable ranks the best wearable tech at CES 2016.

Consumer reports defends Fitbit, amid heart monitor inaccuracy lawsuit.

Fitbit unveiled their new flagship device, Blaze at CES 2016.

Under Armor is making big bets on wearable tech.

Slendertone unveiled a new wearable called the Slendertone Connect Abs at CES 2016.

About Mobile

Mobile analytics company, App Annie, released a report on the app statistics for 2015.

Android is downloads king, but iOS reigns over revenue.

82% of smartphone users turn to their phones inside a store when making purchase decisions.


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