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Luminate startup makes ‘Fitbit on steroids’ (access required)

If the term "wearable biometric device" doesn't ring a bell to you, you're likely not alone. It's a term seemingly pulled out of a science fiction novel, and comes off as something reserved solely for the world of synthetic humanoids. But odds are you're very familiar with these handy little tools. There's likely someone near you wearing ...
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