Nintendo lost a Wii patent lawsuit against a health-tech company iLife Technologies; Berlin-based digestive health startup Cara raises $2 million seed funding

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Nintendo lost a Wii patent lawsuit against a health-tech company iLife Technologies; It was ordered to pay $10 million to the firm; A number of other companies are also sued by iLife including Fitbit and Under Armour; The patent filed by iLife was originally designed to detect falls in the elderly and to monitor babies for sudden infant death syndrome.


Berlin-based digestive health startup Cara raises a $2 million seed round led by Atlantic Labs; The firm is building an app known as HiDoc to help people track their eating habits and digestive health; New funds will help fuel new features development such as microbiome-based, AI-powered insights.