The Hero Smart Appliance dispenses as many as 10 medicines, monitors how much you have left and sends you alerts through a connected app.
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Haier, a Chinese manufacturer, paid $5.6 billion for the appliance division of General Electric. The companies announced the close of the sale today.
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