GeekWire September 9, 2020
Todd Bishop

Amazon’s new Halo tracker and service are just the start of a “full roadmap of new and innovative devices and experiences” in digital health and wellness.

That’s the message from an Amazon job post seeking a principal product manager for the team following the Halo unveiling. Or at least it was, until we spotted the job post and asked the company to share more information. Since then, the language has been changed. Now, according to the updated post, the Halo team is officially just “excited to continue inventing on behalf of our customers.”

But it’s just one signal of the Halo team’s larger ambitions in digital health.

In the two weeks since the Halo announcement, dozens of Amazon employees have updated...

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