Telling Esper's Story featuring David Ruddock, EIC of Esper
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This week, we're talking to David Ruddock, former Editor in Chief of Android Police. Esper is an Android-powered software as a service company geared toward fleets of single-use tablets. Esper hired David, plus Mishaal Rahman and Cameron Summerson to spread the word about Android and Esper's mission. So what's a story that needs three former EICs to tell? We'll find out.
Plus, we're looking at my favorite TWS of the year, the Soundcore Liberty Pro 3's. What makes these buds so good? The answer might surprise you.
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