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Now displaying: April, 2016
Apr 16, 2016

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Craig opens the show with the latest in tech news. Microsoft getting serious about cybersecurity, a sold out recently released iPhone SE, and more.

Apr 16, 2016

www.4moms.com

Mara McFadden is Director of Product Management at 4moms, a consumer technology company that creates dramatically better baby gear products like the mamaRoo infant seat and origami power folding stroller. She brings the 4moms product portfolio to life, ensuring that every product is true to its vision of being dramatically better and solving real parenting problems.

Mara joined 4moms in 2014 after nearly ten years of engineering and product management in medical device and consumer health industries, with roles at Johnson & Johnson and Philips Healthcare. She has worked on products such as the OneTouch blood glucose metering system, Cordis endovasuclar stents, and Philips Respironics ventilators.

Mara is passionate about products that create meaningful benefits for consumers. She incorporates user-focused design, ethnographic research, and cross-functional collaboration to develop innovative products.

She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California Berkeley and a Masters in Business Administration from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University.

She lives in Pittsburgh, PA with her husband and their baby and toddler. She enjoys running, soccer, yoga, reading, and chasing her children.

Apr 16, 2016

www.bluebeep.fr

With an impressive career in the juvenile products industry, Louis Develay brings close to three decades of experience to BlueBeep, a technology company that connects mobile devices with innovative monitoring systems for revolutionary child safety and security.  

Founded in 2015, BlueBeep is a France-based company that has a team of engineers who work diligently to master electronic modules that will not harm the child, while detecting any sudden movements and alerting parents right away, either through loud alerts directly from the devices or smartphone app alerts. This year, their newest devices are set to launch in the U.S. market.

Mr. Develay's career also includes MagicBed, BabySun and Graco Children's Products.

Apr 16, 2016

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Craig talks about remote-controlled "drone-ships" that may start sailing by 2020 as per Rolls-Royce, making it cost less having no crew on board.

Apr 16, 2016

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Craig talks about Microsoft suing the Federal Government over a law that lets authorities to examine customer email or online files without the individual's consent. As well as Android's encryption vulnerability vs iPhones, resulting to crucial security protocol.

Apr 9, 2016

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Craig opens the show with the latest in the tech news. This week he talks about the update on FBI vs Apple case, Adobe's emergency patch for Flash, and more.

Apr 9, 2016

www.netatmo.com

Matthew has 20 years of experience in the global consumer electronics industry in senior sales, marketing and general management roles with leading technology brands. After graduating with a degree in a Politics & Economics from the University of Warwick, Matthew held various positions at HP where he trained in the basics of market research, product development and sales account management. In 2002, Matthew joined Garmin’s European Consumer Products division to lead the marketing of sports GPS handhelds and GPS wearable devices. Following his time at Garmin, Matthew was appointed as Dyson Product Marketing Director in 2005 to help transform the company from a UK based vacuum cleaner brand into a global multi-category technology leader. In his 10 years working for Britain’s most successful engineering entrepreneur, Matthew ran the global marketing team, led long term upstream product development and worked extensively with retailers and distributors in the UK, Europe, North America and Asia to build distribution and sales of Dyson products. Matthew moved to Tokyo as the Marketing Director of Dyson Japan in 2008. In 2012, he was appointed Group Commercial Director with special responsibility for consumer air treatment products. In his role as COO, Matthew Broadway oversees Netatmo’s global operations including sales, marketing and support. Matthew Broadway was specifically brought on the team in 2015 to play an operational role alongside CEO Fred Potter to build and execute a global operations strategy to further drive Netatmo's growth and international expansion.

Apr 9, 2016

www.invoxia.com/fr/triby

Serge Renouard, Managing Director and cofounder of invoxia. After 8 years as a developer for Sagemcom, Serge joined Inventel as Product Manager, where he was in charge of the development and launch of a wide range of DECT products, as well as the first generation of HD phones for AOL, Orange and British Telecom. Before co-founding invoxia, he was Director of Research and Development for Thomson SA’s Connected Devices group.   Serge received his engineering degree from the Grenoble Institute of Technology (Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble-INPG).

Apr 9, 2016

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Craig shares that a new malware has been discovered for Apple, and that this is the reason why Apple has a great deal of security in their app store. Also, in the news is a breakthrough in health with the help of sourdough bread.

Apr 9, 2016

www.smanos.com/us

Brian Stark is the General Manager (Americas) for smanos where he focuses on developing smanos' distribution in North, Central and South America.

Apr 9, 2016

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Craig shares that a new malware has been discovered for Apple, and that this is the reason why Apple has a great deal of security in their app store. Also, in the news is a breakthrough in health with the help of sourdough bread.

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