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Jawbone acquire two startups to help amplify their products

Jawbone acquires two startups - one hardware, one software

| Wearable Computing News | Posted: Feb 5, 2013 5:37 am

Jawbone have just acquired two startup firms, Visere and MassiveHealth. The two companies will help Jawbone going into the future, with Visere currently a digital design firm that works with both hardware and software, and has previously worked with Nike.

 

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MassiveHealth on the other hand, is mostly known for their iOS app 'Eatery'. Eatery encourages users to take pictures of their meals in order to better keep track of what you eat. Jawbone didn't disclose a purchasing price, but they did state that both teams would roll into the Jawbone team.

NEWS SOURCES:Theverge.com

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