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  • Using a smart watch to catch the train
  • Using a smart watch to catch the train
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Using a smart watch to catch the train

Smart watches are all the rage, but few brands have explored the format. Start-up Capitaine Train is changing that by introducing a train ticket booking app for Android Wear - the first of its kind in the world - which displays the ticket QR code ready for scanning.

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