Developers can now download an early version of the software development kit (SDK) for Google Fit, the Chocolate Factory's forthcoming health data platform that was announced at this year's Google I/O conference, although not all of the components are fully baked yet. When it launches this fall, Google Fit will include APIs for …
Neil, I'm sure it was a great article, but I'm afraid I couldn't read past the sub-heading.
Oh, and while you're at it ----->
Don't you just love ..
.. how Google is setting up its customers to hand over great gobs of data about their health?
They will be making gazillions yet again shortly, and you volunteered (again)..
Re: Don't you just love ..
Thing is, your average tech-plebian is just gagging to hand over all this information to anyone who will draw them a pretty graph. It's not just about their health, but their heating, their location, their activity..
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