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Briefly: FitBit Force's caller ID, Vine adds focus/exposure lock
Friday, January 10, 2014 @ 11:32am

Health and fitness tech company FitBit has announced that its anticipated caller ID upgrade for the FitBit Force will launch in February. Users of the activity and sleep wristband will be able to see who is calling on the device's single line display, when the device is paired to an iPhone. Limitations to this feature include not being able to manage an incoming call from the Force, as well as the feature currently not anticipated to be developed for Android phones.



Vine adds lock focus and exposure with focus tool for iOS Social media video app Vine has released an update for its iOS version. Vine allows users to create and upload short looping videos to share with friends and family. Version 1.4.7 of Vine for iOS features a tap-and-hold function to lock focus and exposure control with the focus tool. Additionally included in the update are bug fixes and performance improvements. Available on iTunes, Vine is free to download.


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