Did you get a "fitbit" for Christmas? If so, this apology is for you.
The maker of the popular activity-tracking device is apologizing to consumers who are reporting a skin rash after wearing what looks like a watch, but also serves as a pedometer and sleep tracker. So, if your fitbit is leaving a bit of a rash on your arm, the company says you're not alone.
Just stop using it and you can get it replaced with a different product by emailing the fitbit folks at www.fitbit.com