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Don’t Get Burned Chasing the Hottest Technology

Get in too early and your product will be DOA

IMAGINE YOU’RE 60 YEARS OLD and take several prescriptions every day. Blue pill, red pill, a couple of white pills, each at a different hour. Patients, particularly older ones, often fail to take their meds—it’s a serious health issue. Wouldn’t it be amazing to just snap a picture and have each pill auto­-magically identified (to make sure you’re taking the right one) and logged (to make

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