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Israeli Start-Up Develops TV Device to Help Elderly Ease Loneliness

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As technology advances, people are learning to communicate in new and exciting ways. Yet with each new advancement, the elderly are often left behind. Until now.

A new Israeli start-up device helps elderly access all these social networks right on their TV screen:

The company, Uniper Care, has developed a special DMR (digital media receiver) that connects to TV, making interactive with WhatsApp groups and other social networks using TV screen…

The users will be able to receive updates, photos, videos and make video calls.

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