GeekWire Radio: Wearable computing, and the future of sensors in our lives

GeekWire Radio: Wearable computing, and the future of sensors in our lives

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New Skooks Pong of Synapse This week on the GeekWire radio show, we wrap ourselves in the world of wearable computing, talking about the current state of the art and where we’re headed from here. Our guest in the studio is Skooks Pong, senior vice president of technology at Synapse,...
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