Big Tech Firms Target Health Care Space With Cheap Sensors In Smartphones
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
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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