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Alphabet has been secretly working on a new health smartwatch that doesn't need to be charged every day (GOOG, GOOGL, AAPL)

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.
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