When it comes to connecting diabetes devices and assuring that they can “talk to each other,” the small but mighty startup Glooko is making surprising progress. iHealth Lab announced more than just the glucose meter: It also unveiled a Bluetooth-enabled version of its Blood Pressure Dock and a new design for its Wireless Body Fat Scale. Yet Sanofi is reassessing its platform strategy for the iBGStar product after several years of rapid change in the smartphone market. Using the technology built into your iPhone or iPod touch, you can share this information with your healthcare professional while on-the-go, to help you make better-informed diabetes-related decisions together. Got no time but to improve my health this device stopped work, refused to transfer my data, but I’d did work now refused to connect. mySugr Scanner works without any cables, Bluetooth, WiFi or other complicated technology. The device includes a built-in alarm, customizable alerts and is the first to offer wireless Bluetooth® technology right in the transmitter of the device so users no longer need to carry a receiver with them.
All user information within the Health app is permissioned and stored securely on their iPhone or iPod Touch, ensuring that users maintain control over what information is shared and with whom. The device will be commercially available in Europe in a soft launch during the first quarter of 2014. The exercise tracking employs a precise algorithm for motion