As Nokia acquires Withings to accelerate entry into digital health, competitors are left figuring out how to catch up

Finish technology giant Nokia has announced the acquisition of the French developer of fitness and medical devices Withings for €170 million ($192 million). The acquisition will bring one of the most respected developers of high-end consumer health devices under the Nokia’s umbrella, instantly gi...

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