First it was Alexa and now it is Fitbit -- these smart devices are going to court to catch alleged killers.
Alexa, the voice of Amazon's digital assistant, made the news last year when prosecutors subpoenaed her data to find out if she "overheard" an accused murderer. Fitbit, the fitness tracker, is at the center of a new murder case because she may reveal the victim's last movements.
Richard Dabate, the accused, said that a masked intruder shot his wife Connie Dabate. Her Fitbit, however, tells a different story.
"The Fitbit could be the star witness in all of this," reported CNN.