Last Thursday, Brooke was named the victor of Geek Wire's first-ever "Inventions We Love" challenge for i CPooch, an automated dog-treat dispensing device and app that lets owners two-way video chat with their pets via any Android, Apple or Kindle device.
Brooke's savvy idea and impressive stage presence won over the Summit attendees, who voted via Twitter.
He was a speaker at the Geek Wire summit, but not a participant in the challenge.
Screen Retriever is one of the best, most useful software programs we’ve tested so far.
At age 12, Brooke Martin of Spokane, Washington came up with a new way to stay in touch with her golden retriever.
Now-14-year-old Brooke, armed with her resulting invention, i CPooch, just competed against some of the most renowned entrepreneurs in today's tech world -- and won.
We think it’s a great tool that can greatly benefit a parent’s relationship with their child when it comes to online safety.Screen Retriever, is a monitoring program that allows parents to record and remotely view their children’s computer screen in real time.As her prize, she'll be featured on a Geek Wire radio show and podcast.CORRECTION: The article previously stated that T-Mobile CEO John Legere was a contestant in the Geek Wire "Inventions We Love" challenge.The program lets you “check-in” on your children from time to time without being too intrusive.I found Screen Retriever to be a well-rounded program; it does what it claims to do and I didn’t encounter any bugs or problems.