Holman originally joined Apple in 2011 where he was tasked with spearheading audio research initiatives at the company.
Just last week we reported that Apple has continued to shore up its roster of engineers and physicians with deep expertise in the area of medical sensor technologies. This past January, Apple hired Marcelo Lamego, the former CTO of Cercacor, a company responsible for groundbreaking work on noninvasive patient monitoring technologies.
So as critics continue to lambast Apple for resting on its laurels and for not releasing a revolutionary new product every two years, it certainly seems that innovation remains alive and well in Cupertino.
Source: Network World
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