Hewlett-Packard Laboratories has developed a prototype wristwatch that includes a camera and is working on a smartcard based on GSM, so that users can be located whereever they are. The firm is also looking at embedding a heart monitor onto the smartcard, so that it can transmit pulses to a hospital monitor via a service provider. Although there are only two supercomputers in the world capable of dealing with such a workload, the eventual aim is that the hospital would bleep the wearer to tell him to contact his doctor if he was about to have a heart attack.
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