Health and fitness wristband

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[b]Samsung Electronics[/b] has moved deeper into the wearable technology market, unveiling a wristband that it claims can give a range of real-time health and fitness information. [s]Reuters Health[/s] reports that the world’s biggest handset maker announced Simband, a new ‘investigational’ device that can be used to measure body temperature, blood oxygen levels, motion and other metrics on a continuous basis.

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