February 25, 2015 — “The wrist is a terrible location for biometric monitoring,” said Steven LeBoeuf, president and co-founder of Valencell. “Wearable devices are less accurate at the wrist than at the head or hip.” His company licenses biometric data sensor technology used in devices,including Bluetooth headsets, earbuds, sports armbands and wristbands. Read More
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