This is similar to what the doctors on a mobile panel I saw a few weeks ago were saying: everyone has a smartphone so that is where the medical digital revolution will be, but there's too much data now.
When I was in college, I always joked that my mother would like to receive the results of a heart rate monitor in her home, so she knew I was still alive! Perhaps I'll get that when my kids go off to college in four or five years...
Segars on stage: "I've been CEO 4 months and people are asking what will define your tenure...lower cost chips, sw will create a new era of devices and servcies." So the theme is innovation....no surprise!
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