Wink will add Uber, Fitbit, and IFTTT to its smart home controller

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Wink’s smart home controller, known as the Relay, received an update that integrates services from Uber and Fitbit, as well as the capability to communicate with other devices over the If This Then That (IFTTT) protocol, reports PC Mag.

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Wink Relay Now Works with Uber, Fitbit, and IFTTT

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Starting today, you can do a lot more with Relay – the Wink touchscreen control panel.   In addition to controlling the smart products you use every day, Relay can now be used to call an UberⓇ, monitor fitness through Fitbit, and take advantage of the many automations possible with the IFTTT ecosystem.

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Fitbit Goes A Little More Fashion-Forward With New Alta

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Fitbit on Wednesday introduced its latest fitness tracker, the slightly more upscale Alta.With a nod toward the fashion-conscious, the Alta can be used with various interchangeable bands, including leather and silver bangle. Bands will range from $29.95 to $99.95.The water-resistant tracker features a satin finish and a silver stainless-steel body, and a gold stainless-steel finish will be released in the near future, the company said. Fitbits other newest device the Blaze, which was introduced at CES last month also has a modular design.

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