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Peggy Smedley addresses IBM’s partnership with Apple, TeenSafe’s program to help parents monitor their child’s mobile device, and a crowdfunding effort to set a record for “World’s Fastest Hot Tub.”

John Dimatos, lead for technology and design, Kickstarter, tells of how Kickstarter is having an effect on the technology landscape and the advantages of using crowdfunding over venture capital funding.

Peggy Smedley looks at the success rates of entrepreneurs using crowdfunding and what happens to the money once a pledge has been made.

Peggy Smedley breaks down the numbers regarding the current state of crowdfunding operations and what projections are saying about the future of the industry.

Peggy Smedley examines Microsoft aligning itself with the AllSeen Alliance to create standards for a common platform to be used by connected devices in the home.

Peggy Smedley breaks down the numbers regarding the current state of crowdfunding operations and what projections are saying about the future of the industry.

Peggy Smedley defines what “crowdfunding” is, examines the growth of the industry in the last few years, and tells which categories produce the most users of the service.

Peggy Smedley describes how crowdfunding is filling niches in the marketplace and talks about two products which fit that bill. 

Peggy Smedley looks at the growing use of mobile apps, smartphones, and other technologies in the construction industry.

Grady Slane, ShareFile product marketing manager, Citrix, offers his thoughts on how construction companies can use ShareFile and how it’s different from other file sharing companies. 

Peggy Smedley discusses the Dept. of Energy’s INTEGRATE project and looks into the growth of smart-device technology in the Middle East. 

Nayeem Hussain, cofounder, Keen Home, talks about the future of the connected home as well as who some of the key players will be in the space.

Peggy Smedley dissects how tech companies did in the Newsweek Green Rankings and explains what Tesla’s motivation was in releasing their patents.

Sonita Lontoh, head of global public affairs, Trilliant, tells of what new innovation opportunities exist in the smart connected energy space.

Peggy Smedley explains AGT’s work with Cisco in developing the “Smart City Global Alliance,” and tells of Phillips new connected lighting system.

Warren Westrup, director of solutions engineering, Verizon Enterprise Solutions, tells why LTE is impacting the IoT (Internet of Things) and which vertical markets will benefit the most.

Peggy Smedley examines Apple’s home-automation software platform, Home Kit, and Google’s progress in creating its autonomous car prototypes.

Tom Noonan, general manager, EnergyWise Solutions, Cisco Systems, sheds light on what EnergyWise is and how Cisco is using it to help people manage their energy consumption habits.

Peggy Smedley looks at the testing used in rating the safety capabilities of football helmets, as well as how a partnership between a tech company and a racing team will benefit pit crew performance.

Wahid Issa, vice president of marketing, Movea, tells of his company’s contributions to sports and fitness, including information surrounding a new wearable reference design.

Peggy Smedley explains the evolution of journalism during the last few years, and tells of the reaction by a major company when called to task by a writer for certain business practices.

Peggy Smedley talks about several new fitness trackers on the market, but also warns of possible trouble for the market courtesy of smartphones and smartwatches.

Peggy Smedley looks into the discovery of a patent Microsoft has to create a new smartwatch, a weight training wearable device from Push Design Solutions, and Nike’s new app to help improve one’s golf game.

Christine Stoffel, founder and CEO, SEAT (Sports and Entertainment Alliance in Technology), explains how advances in technology are making the fan experience at an event more engaging and how teams and businesses can create new revenue streams from these technologies.

Peggy Smedley looks back on Distracted Driving Awareness month by reviewing the lessons learned and the adjustments necessary to make the roads safer, especially those involving behaviors by drivers, car manufacturers, carriers, and politicians.

Michelle Pampin, vice president of global marketing, Cambium Networks, shares her thoughts on opportunities for women in M2M, if enough is being done to attract more women to the field, and what opportunities are out there.

Russ Rader, senior vice president of communications, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, joins the program to discuss what his organization does and how certain technologies can be beneficial to keeping the roads safe.

Jurek Grabowski, research director, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, offers insight into the good and bad with new in-vehicle technology, as well as what consumers, industry,and the government can do to help prevent distracted driving.

Peggy opens the show by discussing Volvo’s use of infrared technology to identify driver distraction based on head position. Use of technology like that seems to be the exception to the rule as Peggy cites a major change in philosophy regarding the definition of “connected car.”

Joel Feldman, founder of, tells of how a tragic event led to his starting a crusade to end distracted driving. Feldman delves into why companies such as Google and others are being irresponsible by placing profits over vehicle safety.