Apple's new ECG technology is an important step to a winning wearables formula

Apple has been making headlines in the wearable electronics world this past week. Unlike the usual chatter surrounding the company's work on smartwatches – or more specifically, the soon-to-be-revealed Apple Watch 2 – the attention this time has been dedicated to a patent the company recently fil...

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