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Marketplace Tech for Wednesday April 3, 2013
Apr 3, 2013

Marketplace Tech for Wednesday April 3, 2013

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They say the walls have ears. But what if the floors could feel where you are walking and how you are walking? A New York City startup called Tactonic Technologies has revolutionized the computer touch sensor, making them tough enough and cheap enough to turn an entire floor, maybe an entire gym or an entire theme park into a surface that senses footsteps. 

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Tactonic expands touch screen technology to the floor

Apr 3, 2013
A New York City start-up called Tactonic Technologies has revolutionized the computer touch sensor, making them tough enough and cheap enough to turn an entire floor, maybe an entire gym or theme park into a surface that senses footsteps.

Inbox overload: How to time your emails for less stress

Apr 3, 2013
When it comes to your email, how soon are you expected to reply? And when is it ok to delay?

They say the walls have ears. But what if the floors could feel where you are walking and how you are walking? A New York City startup called Tactonic Technologies has revolutionized the computer touch sensor, making them tough enough and cheap enough to turn an entire floor, maybe an entire gym or an entire theme park into a surface that senses footsteps. 

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