Fitbit, Inc. makes wearable, wireless-enabled activity trackers that measure such things as number of steps taken, heart rate, and other personal fitness metrics.
Apt-Ability, LLC, doing business as MobileSentrix, specializes in parts and repairs for cell phones and other personal electronics.
Samsung Electronics Co. is a South Korean company that makes consumer electronics and is the primary company of the Samsung chaebol. It has over 300,000 employees in 80 countries.
Suunto Oy, headquartered in Finland, makes sports watches, dive computers, compasses, and precision instruments.
Micron Technology, Inc. is an American company that makes semiconductor devices, such as DRAM, flash memory, and solid-state drives. It sells consumer products under the brand names Crucial and Ballistix. It is a component of the NASDAQ 100 and the S&P 500.
Cemtrex, Inc. claims to offer electronic manufacturing services for advanced electric system assemblies, instruments and emission monitors for industry, and industrial air filtration and environmental control systems.
SquareTrade, Inc. provides extended warranty plans for consumer electronics and appliances.
Fry’s Electronics, Inc. is an American retailer of software, consumer electronics, appliances and computer hardware which also offers computer repair and custom computer building.
Motorola Mobility LLC makes smartphones and other mobile devices with Android operating systems. It was founded in 2011 when Motorola split into two parts. Motorola Mobility took charge of the consumer product lines while Motorola Solutions kept the company's enterprise-oriented product lines.
NEC Tokin America, Inc. is a private company and a manufacturer of electronic components and equipment.