On February 4th, Fitbit received FCC approval for a new Bluetooth enabled device labeled “Gemini” according to the documents. The device has been assigned a model number FB415 and given the label “SMART WATCH” in the testing documents.
Starting in November, 2018, many people started to receive the following message:
[HC gov Alert] Open Enrollment is here. Review your 2019 coverage options before 12/15:
The message included a link to “https://go.hc.gov/2PoUSr5”, a bitly url-shortener custom domain.
The link forwards to the legitimate healthcare.gov website taking you to the login page of the site.
How to make these messages stop? Reply STOP to the text message thread.
Although this is an annoying message to get, it is not a scam and the link is legitimate. As of the launch of this message at 15:00 UTC November, 1st the link is getting approximately 10,000 clicks per hour according to the bitly information page:
Some offline “PDF” tinnitus tests are available such as the Tinnitus Functional Index and the Tinnitus Handicap Inventory, but these tests are strictly paper documents making it difficult to use these methods to track the progression of your tinnitus over time. Studies use the difficult to obtain TinnTester Software and Micro-DSP has the hardware/cart “TinniTest : Audiologic Tinnitus Evaluation System” but this system is not available to consumers and would prove to be a burdensome device to use to test your tinnitus on a daily/weekly/monthly basis.
TinniTest.org allows you to take both the TFI and THI tests, record your test history, and view statistical averages about the Tinnitus community.