Yeah, somehow I don't buy that it's not going to have some rather boundary pushing health features.
First of all, they were concerned enough that it might be considered a medical device that they had a meeting with the FDA. It's just tracking steps like a fitbit, this would be entirely unnecessary.
Second, they hired Nancy Dougherty from Sano, a company that was working on this sensor:
"The needle-less, sensor-laden transdermal patch is painless (I handled a prototype,...