Heart rate tracking data on a Fitbit fitness tracker has helped police investigators identify and charge a murder suspect, according to a New York Times report.
Though the devices are intended mainly to monitor health and motivate users to be more active, heart rate data, sleeping patterns and physical exertion measurements can be used to corroborate events during investigations, such as the murder of 67 year old San Jose, Calif. resident Karen Navarra.
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