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Washington Post Live: Booming Tech

Baby boomers are the new darlings of the tech world. They represent a quarter of the country’s population and have the greatest purchasing power. Consumers in their 50s and 60s are rekindling relationships and launching new businesses online, managing their health and fitness with the latest apps and driving the first connected cars.

Technology experts in Boston talk on how a generation born before the Internet is shaping its future. Watch video highlights from the May 8 forum below.

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Harvard University's chief digital officer Perry Hewitt and recent alum Zachary Hamed

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Managing director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship Bill Aulet

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U.S. president for Kinematix Joseph Ternullo

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New England Quality Care Alliance chief medical officer Michael Cantor

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