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Here, share, everywhere.

I recently interviewed two startups using Bluetooth for two very different purposes. One for a remote control-esque bike lock, while the other for a traditional watch.

Taking a classic approach to the smart watch phenomenon, San Jose-based Doozy Inc. has created one minus the predominately digital display plus the throwback factor. It’s not your grandma’s watch— nor is it your grandson’s. You can read my interview with Doozy CEO Carl Leung here.

Meanwhile, San Francisco-based Mesh Motion has harnessed Bluetooth into wireless bike locking, unlocking and even sharing. Founder Mehrdad Majzoobi gave me inside look at BitLock,  its five-year battery life and his ideas on innovating the bike sharing economy. You can check out the interview here.

 

 

 

 

 


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