GOOGLE'S LATEST ACQUISITION COULD REDUCE YOUR TRIPS TO THE CLINIC

GeekWire reports that Google has acquired Senosis, a Seattle-based startup that's been making mobile apps to identify and monitor health conditions without the need for additional hardware. Fronted by Shwetak Patel, a computer science and electrical engineering professor at the University of WASHINGTON, the company has developed tools to detect jaundice in infants and measure hemoglobin in your blood (to screen for diseases like anaemia) using ju...

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