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USITC rules Apple unlawfully used Masimo technology

November 1, 2023HME News Staff

WASHINGTON – The United States International Trade Commission has found that Apple violated U.S. laws by incorporating Masimo’s patented light-based pulse oximetry technology in its products and has recommended a limited exclusion order. “Today’s ruling by the USITC sends a powerful message that even the world’s largest company is not above the law,” said Joe Kiani, founder, chairman and CEO of Masimo. “This important determination is a strong validation...

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Masimo sues Apple

September 18, 2020HME News Staff

IRVINE, Calif. - Masimo has filed a legal complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California claiming Apple infringes on 10 of its patents with its Apple Watch, according to news reports. The complaint charges Apple with stealing trade secrets by hiring key personnel from Masimo, including Michael O'Reilly, its former chief medical officer and executive vice president for medical affairs. Masimo claims the Apple Watch, including the Series 4 and 5 models, uses technology...

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Apple debuts wheelchair app

June 17, 2016Liz Beaulieu, Editor

SAN FRANCISCO - Among the fanfare during the keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference on June 13 was the announcement that an upcoming free software update for the watchOS will include an app specific for wheelchair users. “The team has been working hard to enable features to allow more people to use the activity apps, and one group that we've been thinking a lot about is wheelchair users,” said Jay Blahnik, director of fitness and health technologies for Apple,...

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"Gain" 100 pounds instantly, lose it just as fast

July 23, 2010Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

Editor Liz just sent me a link to an iPhone app (obviously, she is shopping instead of working this afternoon). It's called "FatBooth" and it allows users to add 100 pounds to their photos so they can see how they'd look if they partook of too many Luther Burgers. The heck with calorie-counting or carb-tracking apps. This could be a true motivator to get or stay fit. Gotta run. I need to find someone with an iPhone. Stay tuned. Theresa Flaherty

Apple, e-SP, iPhone, Obese

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