Jornalista Jane Slater descobriu traição de ex-namorado por dispositivo da Fitbit

Journalist Jane Slater discovered ex-boyfriend betrayal by Fitbit device

THE Fitbit It is a technology company that manufactures various technological products geared towards physical activity, and the company's flagships are the smart watches and bracelets which monitor the user's physical activity, syncs data with the Android and iOS app, as well as other Fitbit devices.

a beautiful way to gift your partner buying 2 devices and syncing them so that both can have a fitness life together. Maybe this was the print that Jane Slater, sports journalist of NFL Network, had when he received the gift device from a ex boyfriend in 2014.

Jane Slater

Recently a New Year's Eve commercial from Peloton, a company known for manufacturing various physical activity apparatus, was the target of a lot of polemic being accused of sexist and offensive, for showing her husband presenting his wife with an expensive exercise bike.

In response at the ad, the journalist Jane Slater tweeted that she was not offended when an ex-boyfriend presented her with a Fitbit bracelet, at the device reveal that he was cheating on her.

The journalist's tweet reads: "An ex-boyfriend once gave me a Christmas Fitbit. I loved it. We synchronized, we motivated each other … I didn't hate it until he was missing at four in the morning with his activity levels. increasing in the app. I wish the story wasn't real. "

She made it clear that her ex-boyfriend was not a fan of physical activity in the early hours: "Spoiler Alert: He was not enrolled in an Orange Theory class at 4 am," she continues on Twitter. Orange theory a well-known academy franchise in the US.

Interestingly, Fitbit had already offered the option of tracking sexual activity until things reached clmax in 2011. That was when data on the sexual activity of some users were supposedly publicly accessible on the Internet, as reported by Kashmir Hill for Forbes. This caused embarrassment to some, compliments to others. Soon after, Fitbit announced that its devices were refraining from tracking sexual activity.

A site survey PubMed reveals the lack of scientific publications relating data collected from smart bracelets during intercourse, and whether such measurements are unique to them.

It may be that Slater's tweet, which was already Retweeted 46 thousand times, inspire several people to 'confront' information gathered from their partners' device with at least strange times for an accelerated heartbeat.

Source: sportingnews, forbes. [TagsToTranslate] fitbit