David Pogue’s history with technology is impressive, to say the least.
Founder of YahooTech.com and one of the world’s best-selling “how-to” authors, Pogue first spent 13 years with the New York Times as their weekly personal technology columnist. In 2013, he made the move to Yahoo, where he founded Yahoo Tech. Pogue is also a monthly columnist for Scientific American and the current host of NOVA ScienceNow, where he offers an edgy take on science as he is immersed in hilarious and dangerous situations.
David Pogue will be joining us on Wednesday, June 10th as host and morning keynote for Telx MarketplaceLIVE 2015, an event focused on helping Telx customers, exhibitors, and partners make meaningful connections.
In anticipation of this year’s event, we recently sat down with David and talked Apple Watches, tech history, funny speaking experiences, and more. To hear more from David, have a look at our newly released video below:
Part 1 - The Apple Watch
Part 2 "Apps! - My favorite App"
Part 3 - "How I got started"
Telx MarketplaceLIVE is less than two months away! To learn more about David Pogue, to see who else will be attending, or to register for MarketplaceLIVE 2015, head over to the official Telx MarketplaceLIVE website. For other questions about the event, contact the Telx MarketplaceLIVE team on Twitter @TelxMPLive.