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Compared: Jawbone UP3 vs. Fitbit Charge HR

It's time to go head to head again as we compare the Jawbone UP3 and the Fitbit Charge HR!

It's Fitbit's mid-range model vs. Jawbone's current top dog, the UP3. How can we compare the two?

Well, Jawbone's top dog isn't really treading the territory that Fitbit's top dog is, which isn't to throw any "shade" on Jawbone. The UP line is perfectly formidable and Jawbone's current best offer (the UP4 is on its way) can throw down with the best of them.

Let's delve a little deeper and see which tracker is the right one for you!

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Compared: Jawbone UP move vs Jawbone UP2 vs Jawbone UP3

Jawbone's three models of fitness trackers, stacked up against one another. Which one's the best for you?

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Jawbone UP3 review: Tracking your way to better health

The latest Jawbone tracker ups the ante on their previous generation with new heart rate monitoring sensors. The app is as great as ever, and plugs into plenty of other services, but is it enough to get one in addition to (or instead of) an Apple Watch?

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Jawbone sues Fitbit for poaching employees with access to confidential information

Fitness wearable maker Jawbone has sued rival Fitbit over claims that the latter poached employees with access to sensitive information about Jawbone products.

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Jawbone's latest $199 Up4 fitness tracker lets you make payments via NFC

With Jawbone's Up3 fitness band now shipping, the company has announced its latest offering, the Up4, which comes with an NFC chip that allows you to tap and pay directly from your wrist.

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American Express and Jawbone may team up for wearable payment service

A new report says that American Express will announce a partnership sometime later this week that will allow those credit card owners to pay for items by using a future product from Jawbone.

The report from The Wall Street Journal, citing unnamed sources, says that this payment setup for the future Jawbone wearable device will work with retailers that have NFC-based check-out terminals in place

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Jawbone to begin shipping UP3 on April 20, revises water resistance expectations

Jawbone has announced today that its UP3 fitness tracker will finally begin shipping to pre-order customers in the US on April 20.

Though the UP3 was originally announced in November of last year, pre-order customers have been left waiting several months for the fitness tracker to ship. In a blog post today, Jawbone explained that the delay was mainly caused by issues with achieving consistent water resistance levels during manufacturing.

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Jawbone Up Move is a $50 activity tracker with a six month battery life

Jawbone is entering into the entry-level segment with the launch of the Up Move, a $50 activity tracker that comes with fitness and sleep tracking features. The tracker bridges the gap between the $129 Up24 and the free Up app, and comes with most features offered by Jawbone's higher-end activity trackers in a form factor that delivers six months of battery life.

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Jawbone's $180 Up3 is its most advanced fitness tracker yet

Jawbone announced its third-generation fitness tracker today, the Up3. The activity tracker builds on the features introduced in the Up24, and takes it a step further by including a heart rate sensor that Jawbone claims is the most accurate available on a wearable device today. Also included are a host of new sensors and a new Smart Coach platform that offers recommendations based on your daily activity.

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Jawbone turns Twitter into a social DJ with Drop

Announced at Twitter's Flight developer conference, Jawbone's new Drop app turns Twitter into your social DJ. The app allows party guests to add songs to a playlist through Twitter so you can have a playlist that encompasses all your friends' favorite songs and musical tastes. For the app and service to work, you will need a Twitter account along with a premium subscription to either Spotify or Rdio, which is where Drop pulls the songs from.

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