According to a story on the MassDevice web site Nest is jumping into the healthcare pool which by default means that diabetes care will be part of the effort. Per the story;
“Connected home device maker Nest, which was bought by Google (NSDQ:GOOG) in 2014 for $3.2 billion, acquired smartphone-based health monitoring system developer Senosis Health last year in a hush-hush deal that may mark the business’ first steps towards an entry into the healthcare market, according to a GeekWire report.”
Keep in mind that Verily, Google’s life sciences unit is partnered with Dexcom and . . .
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