Jul 09, 2015

Nintendo, Apple, Google - is there room for everyone in digital health? - MedCity NewsMedCity News

If the digital health space wasn’t already crowded enough, it’s getting more crowded by the day. Nintendo’s president said on Thursday that the company is planning a move into health. Its first health offering won’t be a wearable device, but Satoru Iwata left the details of Nintendo’s planned “quality of life” business to the imagination, saying in a strategy announcement that he would surface...

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