October 29, 2013
Diabetes tracking company Glooko, which offers a cloud-based logbook app and a cable that connects the iPhone to commercially available blood glucose monitors, has launched -- and received FDA 510(k) clearance for -- a new app and cable for Android phones.
Glooko's new app will connect to the same cloud-based web dashboard as the company's iPhone app. That platform was FDA cleared in May and...
May 29, 2012
Telcare's mobile diabetes management offerings
By Padma Naggapan
Three diabetes device companies, Glooko, AgaMatrix, and Telcare discussed their wares and approaches to the wireless-enabled diabetes management market during at panel at last week's WLSA Convergence event in San Diego.
Glooko is a Silicon Valley startup that enables diabetes patients to collect and view their glucose meter...
January 5, 2012
Walt Mossberg, technology columnist for the Wall Street Journal, broke the news this morning that Telcare's cellular-enabled blood glucose meter will become commercially available next week. (Assumedly timed to launch at CES, the big consumer tech event in Las Vegas.)
Mossberg, who has Type 2 diabetes, also gave the device an overall positive review with very few caveats.
Telcare BGM is a 3G-...
December 7, 2011
This morning on the last day of the mHealth Summit, Dr. William Maisel, the deputy director and chief scientist of the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health told attendees that today the FDA had cleared the first iPhone glucose meter. Maisel made the comment off-handedly, according to MobiHealthNews contributing editor Neil Versel, who was in attendance. Maisel also did not name the...