Is Amazon’s new Halo Rise sleep tracker dreamy or creepy? Here are both sides of the issue

Is amazon's new halo rise sleep tracker dreamy or creepy? Here are both sides of the issue

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Is Amazon’s new Halo Rise sleep tracker dreamy or creepy? Here are both sides of the issue” – below is their description.

Amazon released a new bedside alarm clock, called Halo Rise, that provides tips to improve your sleep. But is the sleep tracker dreamy or creepy? CNBC’s Jon Fortt joins ‘Squawk Box’ to break down both sides of the issue.

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