Product Updates

Check out the latest features and developments about Jiobit, and give us your feedback.

Product Updates

Check out the latest features and developments about Jiobit, and give us your feedback.
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July 25, 2017
Jiobit Update: Engineering, Attachments and Charging

Jiobit isn't just a GPS kid tracker: It' the smallest and longest lasting location tracking device designed specifically for kids. From engineering breakthroughs to attachment options, we're getting closer to releasing Jiobit into the wild.

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June 27, 2017
Did the gadget you crowdfunded just get hacked?

Here’s a scary thought: Most startups and crowd-funding hardware companies don’t worry about security. Sure, they think about it (well, maybe some do), but thinking is not worrying, like a parent worries about their kids. Most hardware startups simply state that they transmit data over HTTPS, have some rudimentary authentication, and call it a day. They thought about it, they check the box, but they did not really worry about it.

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May 9, 2017
Jiobit’s New Design: Thank You For The Feedback

Introducing Jiobit's new design: It's slimmer, lighter and has endless secure attachment possibilities. Jiobit is the world's smallest and longest lasting location monitor for kids.

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March 30, 2017
Jiobit has Amazon Echo Skills

Amazon Echo is one of the most popular tech devices today, and now Jiobit integrates Alexa. You can ask your Amazon Echo where someone is if they're wearing a Jiobit device or have the Jiobit app. 

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March 10, 2017
Jiobit's Newest Engineer Tests the Strength of our Kid Tracker

Jiobit is a kid tracker that isn't worn on the wrist, but clips onto clothing and shoes. We had our newest engineer test the strength of Jiobit's clip. 

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June 23, 2016
Jiobit: The First of Its Kind

We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve raised a $1.2M seed round, which will fuel engineering, manufacturing, and marketing of Jiobit - targeted for pre-sale in 2017.

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May 26, 2016
Moving off the Wrist - The Path to Invisible Wearables

Technology should be unnoticeable, blending seamlessly into the background, which is why the next generation of wearables will eventually be invisible.