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Amazon is still selling broken Jawbone fitness trackers in the US after pulling them in the UK


Smartwatches are still going nowhere


Fitness-tracking company Jawbone, once worth $3 billion, is shutting down and liquidating its assets



Jawbone's law firm has abruptly quit representing the company in several cases against Fitbit


Jawbone's struggle is a depressing study in how making excellent products sometimes isn't enough


Jawbone just lost its big case against Fitbit



Jawbone has slowed production of its fitness trackers and sold remaining inventory to a third party


A nationwide survey on sleep revealed a common bedtime practice for students at elite universities


Almost every fitness tracker on the market leaves their users at risk of 'long-term tracking of their location'


Dropbox, Jawbone, and Cloudera will be dragged to the IPO altar in 2016, says analyst


Jawbone is laying off 15% of its staff and shuttering its New York office


South Africans wake up earlier than everybody else



Technology has pinpointed the country that gets the least amount of sleep


Russians go to bed later than everybody else


There's a pretty big difference in how much men and women sleep


Jawbone's CEO sees a future where tiny sensors travel in your blood



You probably wake up 8-11 times a night -- plus 21 other discoveries from sleep-tracking apps


The incredibly simple way wearable tech is going to revolutionise health


A legendary designer told us why the best products are 'invisible'


Wearables are making gains, but they still face major barriers to adoption