Microsoft has been targeting both the elderly and emerging economies as the company seeks to expand its business.
At the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) in Los Angeles, chief researcher Craig Mundie (pictured left) showed off a design concept for an interactive table that both entertains the elderly and ensures that they take their medications.
In another futuristic demo, Mundie showed off mobile phone software that allows doctors in developing nations to diagnose patients through an easy to use interface.
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