Fitbit activates new feature, Microsoft aims to go carbon negative
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Fitbit has activated its blood oxygen monitoring feature on a number of its wearables, including the Versa to ionic and charged three.
The feature is rolling out to users in the us right now.
sensors on the back of these wearables give users an estimate of the variability of oxygen levels in their bloodstream.
This data could be useful in determining whether someone has sleep apnea or not.
A company called Mojo vision unveiled its prototype augmented reality contact lens Cnet's Scott Stein was able to try it out, but was not permitted to put the lens directly in his eyes.
Tiny green dots in the middle is actually a display capable of showing text like the weather, health data and messages.
The lenses are also capable of tracking I motion sensing objects and seeing in the dark, Mojo visions lens is still years away from being consumer ready, though Microsoft will undo its carbon footprint.
The company announced that by 2030, Microsoft become carbon negative.
CEO Satya Nadella explained that by the year 2050, the company will remove all the carbon it's emitted since Microsoft's founding in 1975.
He also said Microsoft is investing$1 billionin tech in a climate innovation fund designed to reduce carbon emissions.
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