'Nana' technology is taking off for seniors

It's being called "nana" technology--gadgets made especially for seniors--and it may be the only reliable growth segment of the consumer electronics market. From cell phones with panic buttons to electronic reminders to take pills to bathroom scales that record data for doctors, seniors and aging baby boomers are snapping up all kinds of devices to help them manage and protect their health. Article

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