At the tail-end of 2014 we reported that Google may be in the market to gobble up a wearable tech company, with CCS Insight predicting the search giant could make a GoPro takeover.
However, it's looking more likely that Jawbone is a prime investment target for the Big G, with re/code reporting that Google is considering making a strategic investment in the fitness tracker brand.
While a full-takeover isn't on the cards, according to the report, there are claims that Google fancies pumping a fair bit of cash into the San Francisco based company.
With recent speculation suggesting Jawbone has a pretty substantial cash-flow problem, and the delay problems the UP3 tracker has faced, Google's purported investment looks perfectly timed.
The re/code report does, however, state that an investment value is still to be decided, with the two companies still discussing the terms.
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With Google Fit now firmly placed as part of the Android ecosystem, an investment in Jawbone - with its multi-app and multi-device compatibly - certainly makes sense.
We'll be keeping a close eye on this one.
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