Microsoft’s Wearable w/ Pulse Tracker Coming Soon?

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Microsoft is not going to make its old mistakes again when it comes to wearables. As Forbes has reported, the company is going to release a wearable device with a heart rate tracker that will work with iOS, Android, and Windows devices. The device is expected to have a 2-day battery life, putting it ahead of the Moto 360 and other smartwatches on the market.

Can Microsoft take a lead over Apple, Samsung, and Motorola with this smart device? That remains to be seen. But it is not going to wait around or limit people to Windows-only devices this time around, so that’s a good start.

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