Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Oct 15, 2013

Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, October 15, 2013

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One of the best pieces of toy technology ever imagined is the decoder ring. Well what about having a kind of decoder ring for the world's transportation systems? As part of our recent visit to Boston we caught up with Chris Benson. Benson is working on just that, along with help from student inventors Edward Tiong and Olivia Seow in Singapore. Their product is called the Sesame Ring and its testing ground is Boston's subway system, the T. 

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Wall Street score cards for Yahoo! and Intel

Oct 15, 2013
Checking in on the earnings for two tech stalwarts going through transition.

Your face here: Google to put you in advertisements

Oct 15, 2013
And not everybody is happy about it.

No ticket needed when you have a Sesame Ring

Oct 15, 2013
A new product is a sort of decoder ring for mass transit systems.

One of the best pieces of toy technology ever imagined is the decoder ring. Well what about having a kind of decoder ring for the world’s transportation systems? As part of our recent visit to Boston we caught up with Chris Benson. Benson is working on just that, along with help from student inventors Edward Tiong and Olivia Seow in Singapore. Their product is called the Sesame Ring and its testing ground is Boston’s subway system, the T. 

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