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AT&T brings its Gigabit service to Atlanta-area residents, the 3rd Annual Vintage Computer Festival is a must-see for old-school fans, and new technology means more departures from Hartsfield-Jackson. Also, this week's events and jobs from Hypepotamus.
Path-Tec Founder and CEO Kevin Boykin joins us to talk about how his company is using technology to improve the tracking of lab specimen kits and supplies.
This week's Roundtable discussion: With smart phones, smart homes and smart cars,
technology is making life quite convenient. But does it come at a price?
In this week's Cool Stuff, 3 Georgia Tech students invent an award-winning safety device for gas grills, a smartphone case lets you share actual pics with friends and family and Dana gives her 2-cents about online images & gender bias.
A big congrats to The Rockin' Robots out of Marietta, on their way to the World Championships in St. Louis, we've got a high-tech scanner that will REALLY tell you what's in your food and Dana's stating her case for why you should declare email bankruptcy.
Tony Catalfano from Worldpay, Debbie Smulevitz of TWC and Rob MacLane from ccci give their opinions on hiring and retaining tech talent here in Atlanta and they answer the question: are companies only looking at younger candidates to fill these tech jobs?
Worldpay's President & CEO Tony Catalfano sits down with Dana to discuss payments of the future and the big plans his company has for the Atlanta area.
Atlanta-based Boys & Girls Club of America gets a $5 million donation, Sharecare, Inc. receives a sizable investment and how about enjoying onions without the tears or bad breath? A company may have the solution. Also, our jobs & events roundup.
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