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Friday, May 02, 2014
Samsung To Talk About Your Health at May 28 Event


Samsung Electronics will hold a press event in San Francisco on May 28 event in San Francisco, at which the company is expected to expand its health-related offerings -- just one week before Apple is expected to launch a health-related mobile app.

Samsung has send invitations to the press for the event, saying "a new conversation around health is about to begin."

Samsung is already offering the S Health app, a personal fitness tracker that lets users keep track of exercise data. The company has also equipped a heart rate sensor in the Galaxy S5 and in its new wearables.

Samsung is trying to create an app ecosystem around its mobile devices. Last February, the company announced the S Health SDK (Beta), which allows developers to use the health data created by the S Health application.

Samsung's event comes a week before Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), at which some expect the company to announce a health-related app, which could include features related to monitoring blood sugar and blood pressure.




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