Treadmill users wear wireless headsets designed by Valencell to monitor their heart rate, respiratory rate, blood oxygen level and aerobic fitness. Valencell alleges Apple and Fitbit knowingly and wrongly used its technology without obtaining a license.
Treadmill users wear wireless headsets designed by Valencell to monitor their heart rate, respiratory rate, blood oxygen level and aerobic fitness. Valencell alleges Apple and Fitbit knowingly and wrongly used its technology without obtaining a license. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Treadmill users wear wireless headsets designed by Valencell to monitor their heart rate, respiratory rate, blood oxygen level and aerobic fitness. Valencell alleges Apple and Fitbit knowingly and wrongly used its technology without obtaining a license. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

Raleigh’s Valencell sues Apple and Fitbit

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