Episode 39: How wearables can keep us healthy and connected through this pandemic and beyond [podcast]

Jul 2, 2020

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The array of use cases for wearables continues to grow, and the pandemic is showing even more ways they can benefit our lives. From staying healthy to caring for loved ones, connectivity on our wrists is stepping up.

In this episode, host PJ Jacobowitz chats with Matthew Dehamer, Product Marketing for Wearables at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., and Carolina Milanesi, Technology Analyst at Creative Strategies and Founder of The Heart of Tech. In addition to discussing the current state of wearables amid COVID-19, they look at the industry’s past and future, including the new Qualcomm® Snapdragon Wear 4100+ Platform.

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