Los Angeles start-up "Fidgetly" is capitalizing on the fidget spinner craze by launching a high-tech product. This month, the company released its bluetooth-connected fidget spinner. This device is designed to let people use the gadget as a game controller, and compete in online games against friends. Fidgetly CEO Justin Kifer says this device adds a social component so people can track stats, and compete in daily challenges. So far, it's available online, and at a few brick and mortar locations such as Brookstone and Best Buy.