Today in the city Monterey 18.06.2019

Comcast, a trusted company, wants to monitor you with a smart device

It looks like you fell down. Someone will be there between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. to assist you. 
Yes, that's right, everyone's favorite and definitely trusted company, Comcast, is working on a smart  device of some kind with voice-interactive features to monitor customers' health. The news, first reported by CNBC, was independently confirmed by Mashable. The tracker will be pilot tested laster this year. 
Importantly, unlike the Google Home or Amazon Echo, Comcast's foray into in-home devices won't search the web or recite the forecast. Instead, it will reportedly track customer bathroom trips, and how much time they spend in bed. The company is also reportedly working on a way to track if customers have fallen down in their homes.  Read more...More about Health, Comcast, Smart Speaker, Tech, and Health

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