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Microsoft patents non-optical heart-rate monitor

Microsoft appears to be out of the health tracker game, but while actively involved they must have done a lot of research, and one of the results of all this work is likely a patent for a new type of heart rate meter. The patent “TRANSDUCING PRESSURE TO A NON-INVASIVE PULSE SENSOR ” would replace the […]
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