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Entrepreneurs and researchers are committed to the cause, developing and testing a wide range of apps to monitor and manage conditions that plague millions of Americans and drive up medical costs.
Wireless phones are feeding real-time data to doctors from heart and blood glucose monitors, as well as from Bluetooth-enabled inhalers.
It also helped snag Eric Hakala, a 37-year-old who created a Facebook account for “Mike Evans,” a fake 15-year-old high school student he concocted as a way to communicate with and solicit sex from teenage girls.
One girl reported Hakala to the police after he confessed he was “much older” and asked if that would “scare her off,” so law enforcement set up a sting operation using RADAR technology on the teen’s phone.