Starbucks' promotions struggle to attract US customers, shares slip
LOS ANGELES: Starbucks Corp on Thursday reported stagnant store traffic at established U.S. cafes for the second quarter in a row, stirring concerns about intense competition from upscale coffee houses as well as fast-food chains and convenience stores.
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Though the Versa might be the new star of FitBit’s line up, the company hasn’t given up on its simpler fitness trackers. The company today announced the Fitbit Charge 3, bringing about several new features while maintaining the Charge’s overall simplicity. Aesthetically, the device comes with a revamped graphite or rose gold body and a Gorilla Glass 3 screen; the latter should provide a welcome durability upgrade over the prior model’s scratchtastic plastic. The screen gets an upgrade with support for grayscale graphics, as opposed to plain white LEDs on a black background, which should allow for more detailed information… This story continues at The Next Web
Fitbit has announced its latest exercise tracker wearable: the Fitbit Charge 3. Available for preorder today, Fitbit Charge 3 starts at $150 and ships in October. The company’s Fitbit Labs research division also announced a new Sleep Score beta program for Fitbit devices with heart rate tracking. Fitbit has sold 35 million Charge devices to […]