Japan tests cell phone as healthcare tool
Computerworld, March 31, 2008
Japanese researchers have demonstrated part of an envisaged molecular level system that might one day enable cell phones to keep watch on their owners' health. NTT DoCoMo hopes some future cell phones will contain devices capable of analyzing molecules from the user's body to provide a warning about a possible virus, high levels of stress or other factors that might affect health.
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