fitbitFitbit, the San Francisco-based developer of digital health and fitness devices, said on Tuesday it has raised $43 million in a new round of funding. The company, which previously had raised $23 million, revealed the news in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Fortune reported that Softbank Capital led the round, and was joined by previous backers Foundry Group and True Ventures and new investors Qualcomm Ventures and SAP Ventures. Founded in 2007, Fitbit makes four products — the Flex Wireless Activities and Sleep Wristband, the Zip Wireless Activity Tracker, the One Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker and the Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale. The company also makes iPhone and Android apps designed to automatically sync a user’s stats. Read more