June 22, 2013
This week, wearables showed signs of a mainstream debut in the near future, with rumors of wearable devices being built by Acer, Apple, Blackberry, Foxconn, Google, LG, Microsoft, Qualcomm, Samsung, Sony — the list goes on.
In other news, Rock Health portfolio company Kit Check announced a $10.4M Series A financing to digitize the life sciences supply chain — covered by MobiHealthNews, VentureBeat, andTechCrunch, among others.
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Apple Snaps Up Sensor Talent From C8 Medisensors, AccuVein, Senseonics
5M Smartwatch Shipments Expected In 2014
Hacking Obamacare: Josh Kushner Targets Health Insurance With Tech Startup
Gold Nanoparticle Technology Leads The Way Toward Stretchable, Implantable Electronics
Cerner Builds Bunker For Health Data
Kaiser Health News
Method Allows For Tissue Design In Three Dimensions
The Hospital Room Of 2020
NFL Players Medical Records About To Go Online
||Thrive Capital, Founders Fund, General Catalyst Partners, Khosla Ventures
||Bpifrance, Idinvest Partners, 360 Capital Partners, Ventech
||IVP, Citi Ventures, GE Ventures, Floodgate, Khosla Ventures
||New Leaf Venture Partners, Sands Capital Ventures, Easton Capital Investment Group, LionBird
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