Playing Doctor: Smartphones Are Invading Your Body

June 20 (Bloomberg) –- Medical tricorders are no longer just science fiction. New advances in sensor technology are harnessing the computing power we already have in our smartphones to create sophisticated devices the average person can use to diagnose themselves. Armed with that data, people can learn more about their own physical condition and, perhaps even more useful, share that data with physicians remotely. Bloomberg's Sam Grobart takes a look. Video by: Alyssa Zahler, David Yim. (Source: Bloomberg)

Aberdeen CEO Gilbert: Difficult 2016 Ahead
09:21 - Aberdeen Asset Management Plc had 12.7 billion pounds ($19.1 billion) of net outflows in the fiscal fourth quarter as investors including oil-exporting countries pulled money out of emerging markets. The shares dropped the most in three months. Company CEO Martin Gilbert speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›." (Source: Bloomberg)
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