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Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Apple buys Gliimpse

According to the latest reports, Apple has decided to buy Gliimpse, a company dedicated to the storage and editing of medical information.

Gliimpse, also located in Silicon Valley, is responsible for collecting medical information from patients to subsequently create custom packages with all the data.

As always, Apple has not mentioned the reason we have decided to acquire the company, so we must settle the mythical official statement that the company always throws after making a purchase.

"Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, but usually do not mention the purpose or our plans."
Finally, and as a curiosity, Anil Sethi, founder of the company, he worked as an engineer for Apple in the 80s, but nevertheless, after several years decided to leave the company to work on different platforms and companies dedicated to health, to finally found Gliimpse in 2013.

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