Spotlight On... After Nokia buy, Withings debuts e-ink fitness, sleep tracker; GE Healthcare nabs 14-year deal with Midwest health system; Startup adds real-time feature to GI procedural imaging;

Smartphone maker Nokia did a deal to snap up French digital health company Withings late last month for $191 million. Now, the Paris-based Withings has rolled out a new activity tracker, Withings Go, that's inexpensive and works in water. The device retails for $79.95. It features an "e-ink" display to show data on walking, running, swimming and sleep; these are typically confined to more pricey trackers. The display is always visible, even in the water. And it has a battery life of up to 8 months without recharging. More

> GI Dynamics ($GID) reported positive European data for its EndoBarrier gastrointestinal liner to treat obese Type 2 diabetes patients. A U.S. trial for the device was terminated last year due to safety concerns. More

> GE Healthcare ($GE) will provide medical equipment for Heritage Valley Health System, including MRI and CT scanners. The health system has facilities across Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. More

> Bedford, MA, startup NinePoint Medical nabbed FDA clearance for its Real-time Targeting feature to add to its NvisionVLE Imaging System for gastrointestinal imaging during procedures. More