The last 12 months may be remembered for many things, but in the tech realm, the surge of wrist-mounted activity-trackers will surely be one of them. Some might say there's been too much choice. The latest entrant to the busy space is PulseOn, a Finnish company spun out of Nokia back in 2012. Interestingly, not only did Nokia allow the technology to leave its grasps, the company actually gave the newly-formed PulseOn a grant of "thousands of euros", while also providing a credit guarantee for a bank. This saw them good for the first 10 months before securing VC funding,...

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