Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Mar 3, 2015

Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, March 3, 2015

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Airing on Tuesday, March 3, 2015: The battle to be the smartest smart phone in the smart pay world. Apple is there. Now comes Samsung with its new GalaxyS6 with Samsung Pay. And, it could have an edge. Game on. We'll also talk with Roger Cheng, Executive Editor at CNET, about new products at Mobile World Congress, happening in Barcelona this week. And PBS Newshour correspondent Miles O’Brien joins us to talk about prosthetics technology. O’Brien had his arm amputated following an injury while he was on assignment last year.

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Airing on Tuesday, March 3, 2015: The battle to be the smartest smart phone in the smart pay world. Apple is there. Now comes Samsung with its new GalaxyS6 with Samsung Pay. And, it could have an edge. Game on. We’ll also talk with Roger Cheng, Executive Editor at CNET, about new products at Mobile World Congress, happening in Barcelona this week. And PBS Newshour correspondent Miles O’Brien joins us to talk about prosthetics technology. O’Brien had his arm amputated following an injury while he was on assignment last year.

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