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Big Tech Firms Target Health Care Space With Cheap Sensors In Smartphones

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Recent activities by three smartphone giants point to a potential future where the phone itself more frequently serves as a monitoring or diagnosing device, in place of external sensors. If the trend rolls on, it could have important implications for the mobile health sector.

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