Alphabet's life sciences spin-off, Verily, is working on a health-tracking smartwatch and has built "hundreds" of prototypes.
The smartwatch is equipped with a digital watch face and a circular e-ink display, according to Antonio Regalado, writing for MIT Tech Review, who inspected the watch during an interview.
The watch won't need to be charged every day, says Brian Otis, CTO of Verily.
Alphabet’s Verily, née Google Life Sciences, has announced its first spinoff, a brand new robot-assisted surgery company. The post Google’s Verily Is Spinning Off ‘Verb,’ a Secretive Robot-Surgery Startup appeared first on WIRED.
Ever since Google created and was assimilated by Alphabet earlier this year, we knew many changes were abound for companies previously owned by the big G. Today we have one of the first since alphabet launched: Google Life Sciences ...
Alphabet, the holding company that owns Google, has renamed its Life Sciences division Verily as the company transitions to its new structure.
Alphabet Inc.’s Google Life Sciences unit has rebranded as Verily, whose website discusses hardware initiatives such as a contact lens with an embedded glucose sensor, and software efforts like a multiple sclerosis research program ...