Arlene and Marty chatted with Senior World about the future of wireless technology. Read their views on what’s wrong with today’s smartphones and their belief that “technological experience should be intuitive and graceful” for all users.
Arlene talked with the Wall Street Journal about progress of her new startup “Wrethink”. The Company is developing a multi-function countertop console that can scan and store documents, make video calls and manage family activities; needs which have been large ignored up until now.
While homes are overrun with technology, Arlene believes there is room for a piece of hardware that can complement existing gadgets while focusing on organizing chores. “We aren’t a place to create information. We are a place to gather it.”
Wrethink is roughly two years away from delivering a product to consumers, but they are ready to seek its first outside funding. Read more about Arlene’s next big idea!
Marty revealed a long list of ideas for the sector in his recent interview by the Irish Independent. As an inventor who tries to solve problems, Marty has much to say about apps customisation, education reform, a solution for texting while driving and spectrum management; all using the kind of technology that makes living a little more simple, easy and more productive. Read more of the interview here.
NBC, in the Bay Area, caught up with Marty walking Cinequest’s Red Carpet. Marty was the recipient of the Maverick Innovator Award during Cinequest’s two-week film festival. The Maverick awards give honors to key leaders from the worlds of entertainment and technology. Listen in on the interview here.
Marty sat down with KPBS to discuss the future of cell phone charging. Wireless charging is on the horizon but getting industry groups behind a universal standard is proving to be a challenge. Read more about the “tangle of incompatible chargers.”