The acquisition of distressed Pebble will do little to help struggling Fitbit

Fitbit has recently been linked to the acquisition of smartwatch company Pebble for about $34 million. While the deal has not been finalized, Fitbit is looking to take the final step into smartwaches by acquiring one of the first smartwatch companies. Pebble meanwhile laid off 25% of its employees i...

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