Samsung joins the pack and develops yet another connected fitness shoe: Why it should consider medical conditions like depression next

Last month, Samsung launched a new brand of smart shoes called IoFIT. These shoes, equipped with pressure sensors that measure posture, balance, and weight distribution, work in conjunction with a mobile app to help users improve their athletic performance. But smart shoes or insoles are not a ne...

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