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Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, February 12, 2013
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Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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Applico's CEO Alex Moazed started an App company five years ago that now caters to the big dogs like NBC and AT&T. But his own tech startup is transitioning as he is realizing he needs to teach major corporations that the move to mobile is more about just making an application for your smartphone or tablet -- it requires a re-imagining of your business model. Also: Would you wear a watch made by Apple? Don't worry, CNET's Molly Wood says you won't have to make that decision any time soon. But rumors have us asking the question: what will an iWatch do that a regular watch can't?

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Where does tech fit on the president's agenda?

Feb 12, 2013
Who's that sitting near the first lady at the president State of the Union address? Word is it's going to be Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Applico CEO thinks beyond 'an app for that'

Feb 12, 2013
Alex Moazed, CEO of Applico, says companies need that companies need to think beyond just a mobile app and rethink their business.

Apple eyes smart watch

Feb 12, 2013
While wearable electronics seem to be the next must-have gadget, it's not clear whether consumers are ready to compromise style for function.

Applico’s CEO Alex Moazed started an App company five years ago that now caters to the big dogs like NBC and AT&T. But his own tech startup is transitioning as he is realizing he needs to teach major corporations that the move to mobile is more about just making an application for your smartphone or tablet — it requires a re-imagining of your business model. Also: Would you wear a watch made by Apple? Don’t worry, CNET’s Molly Wood says you won’t have to make that decision any time soon. But rumors have us asking the question: what will an iWatch do that a regular watch can’t?

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