This week is all about the money. Earnings reports from various companies have been posted. Tech products are being featured in sitcoms, and we’re already getting bombarded by ads for “The Big Game”!
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Pocketnow Weekly 238
February 2, 2017
This week’s episode of the Pocketnow Weekly Podcast is made possible by: Mara.ai
Technology has changed the way we run.
Thanks to Smart phones, now even casual runners can map their routes, create pump-up playlists, and track their progress. However, taking advantage of all of these technologies has always meant stopping to look at your phone, which means losing motion and momentum. That’s about to change, because now there’s MARA: a hands-free running assistant that uses voice recognition and the microphone in your earbuds to help you optimize your runs.
You can tell her what kind of run you’d like to do, ask questions about your speed, pace, or location, or have her play albums and playlists from your music library. MARA can also tell you how you are doing in comparison to your past runs or warn you about changes in weather, like if it’s about to rain. She’ll even track your progress by noting all of your hotspots and rough legs, each time you run. You can connect MARA to Amazon Alexa-enabled devices and ask her about lifetime statistics, and records you’ve set while you get ready for your next run.
Visit MARA.ai to download your free virtual running assistant today!
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