36 Burst results for "AMD"

Fresh update on "amd" discussed on Rocket

Rocket

01:40 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "amd" discussed on Rocket

"Fourteen court, right? Yuck. Fourteen core. Okay. Okay. Cool. Well, okay. Christina. Can we can we put a deadline on this decision or should we do like some kind of bracket? Should we do some kind of voting? Bryant? Held. The only thing that's GonNa like here's the only thing that's probably holding me up as I do want to try to see and I don't WanNa. Wait too long because I want to I just I. Want it like that's the real thing. I don't want it and yet you haven't made the choice I made six thousand dollars on this. Oh. My God shipping, everything, Bree. I, swear you could probably buy, but then I don't know if you could resell it for what you know. Offer it. Certainly. No. No. It's a look. Do, I feel like this machine I can use for a long time. Absolutely. I think for you Christina. It's Where did transition, it just doesn't make sense to invest that much money in a box like this. You don't have to make the same mistakes that other people have made I know. I. Know I. Just it is the aspirational aspect if I'm being totally honest the aspirational aspect. You WanNa be a a Mac pro user owner. Yes. He Hung give kind of you want cheese on a beautiful morning about it and look the only thing that will potentially hold me up enough because it probably, I'm going to place in order because take about two weeks to be built or whatever is I. WanNa see some tear downs to see if the thermals have improved because of the thermals are bad than that kind of changes things slightly. But what I think I'm probably going to do being realistic about it. Is. Take. The three thousand dollars that I would spend on a Mac pro like in addition to the Mac and just build an amd based PC. Trying to Henry over here you're trying to basically. I am trying to be the Henry Cavill of rocket is exactly what I'm GonNa do. All right. I admire. That were the things that turned me away from. That is the monitor situation because if you're doing like they've of the i Mac I feel is you do get a really really fantastic monitor built into it. So when you start pricing out, you know really good high quality large monitors with good refresh rates that right wrap. It gets real. I know and I have a twenty seven inch four K. monitor that I. got early in into quarantine, the refrigerator, the the the delay is a little bit off the refrigerator sixty, Hertz. It's fine. It's a good. It's very good monitor. It's. It's you can't game on it, but I'M NOT GONNA game on that anyway, if I wanted to game monitor. You're doing at least will do video editing I need to monitors all right with them, same like connected to Iraq, and then young. And then have a hub and if I wanted to use it with. Just to run obese or something I could do that. If I need to get a third monitor, I can do that Lina. I think you need to think about what you're like next desk confession woke. Already ahead. Already had of you because I don't have the room and I hate my desk anyway. So. What's great about this? Also, the chair comes Friday, is that I. Now having a very clear timeline on when I have to clean my office. Nice. Okay. So next week we'll be doing Christina's game share review, but right now I need to tell you that this episode of rocket is brought.

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Will My Supply Chain Survive COVID-19?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:56 min | Last month

Will My Supply Chain Survive COVID-19?

"The commercial aerospace supply chain is writing. The sudden collapse, the spring passenger air travel after the outbreak of the latest novel Corona Virus and it's cove in Nineteen, disease has upended fortunes in the airliner manufacturing industry. That matters because commercial aerospace is responsible for about three quarters of the whole aerospace and defense sectors business activity. Cash is king right now throughout the supply chain and companies are struggling to have enough liquidity, according to what several advisors and analysts tell aviation week. while. Liquidity is more of a function of the wider economic downturn inside aerospace. There are even bigger challenges. Where production rates were once being pushed higher now a Williams are slashing them cascading pressure down the supply chain. At the L. A. M. in the top tier level. It has probably never been more important to have insight into your supply chain. Joining me to talk about that need, and what to do about it are John Schmidt? The Global Andy Lead at Accenture and Joyce Klein. Accenture leader in applied intelligence in the North American amd practice John Joyce. Welcome back. Thanks might go good to be back so John let me start with you. It seems obvious that OEM's and tier ones want insight into their suppliers. But while that was always true, I used to be about making sure that there were no bottlenecks that slowed or stop record high production now things chain what of new conditions that demand and customers pay better attention to their supply chain. Might go and in many ways the aerospace industry you know has a clear split between the companies that are working in the Corso world, and does indefens- you in the commercial. As you say, you know the concern used to be, we have a supply constrained world with very predictable demand, right always pushing for more trying take need those increased rates pushed by Boeing and. and Airbus and in the current world that's changed dramatically to being more of a supply volatile with unpredictable demand in the defense and space side of things you know things have largely remained in a predictable demand with an increased supply chain volatility, so by just keep looking at those things, predictability and the the constraint or volatility the spy chain. That's where the primary differences. And Commercial. We know that demand is going to be directly related to the bounce back of commercial air travel and the relative rates airlines choose to bring back stored aircraft versus take more efficient models on order from the OEM's causing more volatility in and demand, variability and defense. It's a bit different again. Demand Israel remained and the supply chains been impacted by Kobe in some cases they're tier one two or three companies, who source both commercial and defense or trying to generate cash to cover expenses and other cases, local Cobra outbreaks, and our common actions are impacting the spires ability to deliver on schedule, known both cases, aerospace and defense companies need. To deal with all totally like never before whether commercial or defense. So Joyce. Last time John and I talked here on Chuck six with. He kind of gave me the peak and do some new technology you all were working on. It's a new capability to peer into the supply chain including using an algorithm approach that allows more predictive insight, potentially even the ability to hotspot. What factories might be in trouble in the future? Can you tell us a little bit about what accenture is working on? And how does this work? Yes, absolutely Michael Accenture? We've been working with our clients in the supply chain area for many years using analytics and machine learning. In fact, if you go back to last year's pariser show in our accenture shall a. we had a digital showcase. Demo that focused on intelligence supply chain, and what this demo is a together machine, learning and artificial intelligence, and we used I at supply chain Europe e data to really understand delivery delays identify missing parts. We also looked at the opportunity for Automation Muller. Doing now is we're bringing together? All Lot of data sets and we're using artificial intelligence to help companies deal with the increase in volatility manage. Manage uncertainty and really get at supplier resiliency. That's really the core of what our solution is all about now so for North, America a and D client what we've done is we've taken and artificial intelligence engine that uses the supplier Jadot and what we're trying to do. We're actually working to predict the number of days late or a particular part, and we're doing that by bringing together a supplier. Number roaches order number eleven worry day in quantity, combination you all that information, Heather actually identify the number of as laid the opulent part is going to be and so by knowing the number of days way them. What were able to do is fight and determine. Do I have enough inventory? As coverage or that? Particular part is ultimately if I Joan I need to make additional decisions around production, and so what? We've been able to do with our solution. Experience up to ten percent improvement apart availability production. And we're also able to change the role of the delivery service analyst. Previous lanes individuals really operating. All here. Allergy by getting parts then wall really. Burning that role inches, someone that now uses ena an ai a better and improve sagem around artists that are going to chase I which parts are actually GonNa come in on Hind. So is a big ship in

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A Panel on Parcel JS

Front End Happy Hour

04:40 min | Last month

A Panel on Parcel JS

"Who would like to describe what parcel is can take that one so. Is. A bundler cheers cheers. Suppose cheers, anyway. So, parcel takes in. All your code and kind of walks through it and builds up a whole graph of dependencies, and then spits out a set of smaller files or larger files, containing more more more files More original files and and then you ship that to an end user so you start out with modules. That's your source code, and in the end you end up with kind of an optimized. Bundle for production that you can ship to end users that's kind of going to load faster than done the original source code, so that's kind of the overall picture of what like bundling as feel like. You've described purcell before. Yeah a couple of times. What are some examples of web applications that are bundling? And why would they want to bundle? I think you alluded a little bit to making smaller packages, cheers! But y else you might have source code that might not directly in the browser might use things like type script or Kind of future Java script that isn't quite implemented across all the browsers yet. So that's another reason why a lot of build tooling exists out there in general. So I don't know kind of parcel. Parcel is a bit more opinionated. I suppose than some other tools out there and not it gives you more more of this out of the box. and so it kind of ties together a lot of those tools that you'd normally use. To build things into kind of more unified experience. And so so that's kind of another reason why it use it to elect is just to help you build applications quicker. Any examples of web applications that you are all aware of maybe it's not even parcel but. I mean a lot of the. That we're all working on, are using some form of online I almost one say the keyword there, but chose not I mean these days. It's kind of hard to find application that isn't bundled I guess In, the beginning there were no modules in in Java script at all, so you just had kind of scripts and everything was running in the global scope, so was kind of chaos. Right and I. Don't know if you all remember things like require s or amd or these kind of early types of. Module systems that people people built and or or just like kind of cat or just carefully arranging your script tags together to to build buildings together so. kind of. came out of that to try to make things both faster and an easier to use so the first kind of module system that was really widely used in terms of bundling was kind of common j, s which was. Created in the node ecosystem, so on the server side almost but people brought this to the browser through things like browser. So Browser Fi was kind of a very early bundler that it took this this common Jaaz syntax that people were using to create modules that were kind of well scoped to file boundaries, so variables weren't leaking outside of the scope and all that stuff. So you could, you could build more modular. I mean module applications so. so browser Fi-. was one of these early bundlers that put put these things together for the browser, so it emulated the. Module System but but bundled everything up into a single file that ran in the web browser. And these days we have like a native module system built into web browsers. It's the US module system that came out in twenty fifteen. Yes, Twenty fifteen SPEC. And like people were finally able to start Mike writing modules in a way that's actually specified as part of the language, and this gives us kind of lots of different benefits including you know better. Since, it's built into the language. It's easier to analyze. Ahead of time at bill time and all that so I think we'll probably get into some benefits that later on, but. Kind of just an overview of kind of history of. Module Systems

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What A&D Companies Should Invest In After COVID-19

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:53 min | 2 months ago

What A&D Companies Should Invest In After COVID-19

"Can you tell us a little bit about the Tech Vision? Report and the survey that accenture has completed of all of these. Amd Xhosa and other senior leaders Michael. Every year accenture surveys over six thousand senior executives across twenty four industries including aerospace and defense. And it's a great way to get a pulse. On how companies how executives see technology and how it can help them transform and Change Your Business and as you pointed out earlier you know. We're we're we're in a stage of of Nevers so we we got unprecedented change. However as an industry and defence almost by definition solves large audacious. And so. That's what we have basing us. And this year's technology vision shows I think a good snapshot in terms a what are what are your executive. What is what's their perspective. What are their expectations around? How digital can help them navigate and certainly Looking you know post pandemic and what's important for companies to survive long term is around systems resiliency security looking at. How do they? How do they interact with with customers? Now Remotely how do I use a? I gotta use robotics things like that to increase safety and have an interaction that you want to have a with your customer. How do I introduce resiliency under the supply chain how do I innovate? Innovation was a key area that came out initiate technology vision. And so so. The report this year shows how aerospace and defense companies can use that in order to set up to get through the short-term chaos and as well setting up for for the nest in terms of longer term and viewing with with more certainty than we as. An industry are typically. Have again looking at that. Tech Vision report digital is the overarching theme. And I see these these five focal points. The I and experience a and mead the dilemma of smart things robots in the wild. Is You guys talk about and innovation DNA? And we're going to get into each of these but John. Why do these new technologies like the one jeff just talked about have the potential to disrupt handy and coming nearest so much? Why these fought? The five trends are really brought together from all the research that Jeff is talking about earlier in in when I kind of translate them into aerospace and defense and I know we're going to dive into him. We look at it across what I'll call general kind of value chain ride starting with the customer experience and that starts on the flight deck with the everybody from the crew to the passengers in seats going. Onto HOW COMPANIES ENGINEER MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS. How they work with their extended supply chain operations in aftermarket and of course is a foundational element across all of this stuff around software and information security analytics artificial intelligence and talent and expertise itself in when we can look at some of the statistics that came out of this. In terms of new technologies disrupting or refining. Is that seventy. One percent of aerospace and defense executives believe robotics are gonNA enable next generation of services which is a pretty big component of a executives looking at robotic specifically seventy seven percent already piloting or implementing. Ai Solutions. I would just maybe not such a huge surprised me although I think we can talk more about that later as well. Eighty one percent think they're connected products and services are GonNa continue to be updated. Important Component of growth in their futures and a ninety percent believed that they need to elevate relationships with their customers as partners in engaging and engaging better technology so let's Start diving into them We might as well right away Couple of interesting statistics. I've seen in the sneak peek of the report. You guys gave me seventy two percent of Andy executives that you pulled agree. That organizations need to dramatically in reengineer and I emphasize that dramatically reengineer to bring technology into a more human centric manner John this resonates with a lot of people in the wake of the seven three seven Max issues but as you and I have talked about for years. India has been wrestling with user interface and information overload for a while. This go with that. I think I think it does and and yet I would take this at even broader sense rights at the broadest sense again going back to that maybe the value chain is loosely described it starting with the pilots and the crew and a passenger experience and then thinking about next generation technology driven improvements. They'll be taking more human centric approach. So for instance we used to talk a lot about in-flight experienced for entertainment and bring your own device but now thinking about going forward how you take. Technology and new ways of engineering product to improve comfort hygiene and safety on the aircraft for instance in in the commercial side no then move onto production operations flight controls and all the way through maintenance and we're technology is able to impact our ability to engineer products. That better accomplish their tasks and in essence. What we're doing is reporting that digital thread that we've talked about with an eye towards how people interact with technology to accomplish your jobs at every step from you know the first part of Innovation Engineering Manufacturing Assembly production and operations so it seems part and parcel to the issue has been the rise of artificial intelligence and again looking at the report here. Seventy seven percent of Andy Respondent. Say They are adopting highlighting

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Why Was Embraer Left at the Altar?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

06:28 min | 3 months ago

Why Was Embraer Left at the Altar?

"The collapse of Boeing's four point two billion dollar deal to acquire an eighty percent state in Embraer's commercial aviation operations has sent a jolt through an already grilling industry here to talk about it. Our Aviation Week Editors Jens float out and Michael Bruno Aviation. Week guest columnist. Richard Offiah of the Children Mike. Let's start with you. Of what the heck happened. Boeing kept saying this deal is on on on Sundays off. Yeah and that remains the four point. Two billion dollar question is what exactly happened. we can all surmise as to what might happen but You know to give their you. GotTa review the chronology of events so Let me take you back to December. Twenty Seventeen When word leaks out through the press certain with Wall Street Journal that Boeing might be looking at buying embryonic or at least some part of it. We really were quite sure at the time. But there was big news. Leaking rumors going around and that was not necessarily to be unexpected. Since Airbus did Secured Lombardi the series from Bombarded and so You know it was Slightly expected them. At least the two sides were exploring this. By the summer of two thousand eighteen they reach him memorandum of Understanding over the terms of the agreement that was originally going to be more. Expensive deal for Boeing. Perhaps as much as four point six billion dollars but the price eventually get ratcheted down to four point two by the end of twenty eighteen and then they were among the formal path of trying to get this acquisition approved by everybody. When I say everybody I mean just about everybody had to approve this deal one way or another whether it was regulators in the United States in Europe in Brazil. Of course you might imagine that There was a lot of resistance to giving over the crown jewel of the aerospace industrial marketplace in in Brazil to a foreign owner particularly in the United States and so that had to go on political lines of judicial lines. There were a lot of lawsuits than etiquette resolved. Finally we're getting to the point where it was Pretty much just a matter of when not if this was going to happen. And then all of a sudden the EU regulators Decided to push back their approval of the steel and that sturdy to open up questions as to whether this deal would actually take place and even as that was happening through the latter half of last year both sides on the industrial point. Emberg Boeing. Were saying that they were pretty sure. This thing was gonna get approved any day now by the EU the last regulators to approve it and that basically they were ready to sign the paper and call it quits and move on as a single company and then. Kobe nineteen happened. Of course amd we can go off on a tangent of of how the sense. Some pretty much collapsed. The air traffic industry as we know in bringing down the manufacturers to a related degree but luxury short four point. Two billion dollars that Boeing doesn't spend is really for point two billion dollars naked really really us better somewhere else and while we don't know exactly what the terms were. That couldn't be agreed to in the end just last weekend. On April twenty fifth Boeing announced that it was walking away from the deal embry ourselves. That was a mistake in that they were going to pursue alternatives to try to perhaps force bowing to Back to the deal or try to pay some kind of compensation for it and that's where we are. Now there's there's no deal there's only m recriminations and accusations and we'll see what happens next Richard. I'd love to hear what you think about what might have happened and also wrote in your column about winners and losers from the deals collapsed. You WanNa tell us what you wrote. Yeah you know. I think there are four principles involved here and obviously what's Embraer's lost as Airbus's gain and to a lesser extent Mitsubishi? But basically the name of the game see get. Embraer's costs down in line with the larger. Oem's and the way to do that. Of course is what the kind of aggressive by Jane Management? That only a big company like Boeing. Or Airbus can do. That's what made the series a success as the twenty in Airbus's ends. That's what I think would have really helped each series. Allot in billings hands. Embraer doesn't get that benefit and they're up against somebody Airbus that does have that benefit so there's a pretty clear loser a pretty clear winner sort of tangential winners Mitsubishi. That I think really did not relish the thought of having to compete at the regional level with Boeing backed product. That would have been really painful. And now it's going to be more of appeared. Appear to small air framers going head to head sort of situation So the big question is is Boeing. A winner or a loser. I'm the one level exactly as Michael said you know. This is four point. One billion or so that's been added to their rather beleaguered balance sheet. That's not a bad thing And there's also a little bit of additional political risk in Brazil these days that they're avoiding Whatever management challenges associated with bringing this unit online? That's avoided too but on the loss level you know. They're kind of being boxed in by Airbus on the single-aisle front the 737 Max aid is doing fine. When it comes back to service but against the eighty three twenty one neo at the top of that single market. They're losing very badly and now they have exactly nothing to respond to the bottom of the single end morale market to at the twenty level so basically boy is fast becoming a niche company in the single market arena. That's not a good thing and of course the idea of joint venture with the Casey's re ninety might have had some promise in terms of selling into the US dod market depending upon. Who you believe that joint venture to might be at risk because of the fallout acrimony associated with the end of the jetliner. Jv So it's kind of a mixed bag One you know significant loser. That hopefully can recover two winners. Airbus and Mitsubishi and expect for Boeing.

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Everything We Learned from Mark Cerny’s PlayStation 5 Deep Dive

Beyond!

07:56 min | 5 months ago

Everything We Learned from Mark Cerny’s PlayStation 5 Deep Dive

"Cerny held a fifty ish minute discussion about the tech behind the PS five. There were no games. Shown they did not show the box or the controller or released price. Any of the biggest stuff that we're waiting for but we did see a couple of major things including some of the tech behind quickly. Go through some of that even though it's a lot of numbers I don't quite fully understand but we have a lot of resources on June to help you understand it So they confirmed that be. Gps AMD RADIAN OUR DNA to based graphics engine are retracing acceleration and it has variable frequency up to two point twenty three Gigahertz With ten point three teraflops and we'll get to the big tariff op discussion and a little bit It has GD are six sixteen bytes memory four hundred forty gigabytes of bandwidth per second A solid state drive with eight hundred twenty five gigabytes and five point five gigabytes per second read bandwidth raw It will support. Ps Five Game. Discs that are ultra hd blu-ray up to one hundred gigabyte disks and the audio and it will be the tempest three d audio tech so there was a lot in addition to all of those terminologies and discussion of some of the parts. That are being involved in that fifty minute talk and I think we'll break down the biggest points but what was everyone's overall impression of this discussion. I guess I'll start because this is weird and we can't really judge who's GonNa talk fast. I came home with like I thought that it was Off this is great I thought that it was a I mean. It was very very dry presentation from Sony and I think that that was to be expected considering it was already like it was always going to be at GDP star. It was a very like I tweeted out. It was a very cut and dry. Gdp presentation it was very much flow develop. His it was for It was kind of like A. Here's how easy it is to develop. Organised system is how easy. It's going to be to develop on this. That was the one the major message from a consumer side. I thought that the history stuff like even though we already knew a lot about the say well we knew that it was going to heaven as saying that you know as a capable of that really excited me the basically the facts that they said that they had to like in some games he can to slow it down because it's actually too fast is amazing. I'm also really interested in what your side of things the Three d audio. I love the idea that it can be so impressive that it sounds like it's coming from the real world Those I noticed that he really broadly he went into really specific. Ticks off but for for my mind as a consumer and not not in video game developer. Those are the things that stood out. Yeah I'm with you on that. I think it was interesting. That like we. We've been saying teraflops. Oh year and Mark Cerny made it sound like that's not really the best way to compare power Just putting teraflops against each other Ps five loses to xbox series Ex It has lasted them. But it's making up for it in other departments. I think it's like we're also seeing specs from both sides would which is essentially what they would look like overclock Specifically like the five. It's like this is how this will operate at Max capacity and I don't know how often that's actually going to be used the three audio things really interesting 'cause aid. They mentioned something about sort of like digging into it. It was like the capability of sending photos of your ears to Sony so they can get a better understanding of how exactly to cater sound specifically to them and it reminded me of a couple years ago at IGA and we had to get. I have B.'s. fitted and this woman came in and filled our ears with wax and like a hose and basically created this thing that fits perfectly inside of our ear so that went out cruisers yelling at us on a real show if we ever have a video game convention again or anything like that like the good old days Will be able I. It will fit perfectly. It won't be falling out. I've I've done live shows much where this thing's falling out of my ear like the idea of having a custom custom audio and accustom headphone or something like that can interface properly with the PS. Five outside of the customization of controller your hardware. Nothing like that is really interesting. It's the kind of stuff that I don't ever think about when I think about the next generational leaps. It's something that far smarter. People have to come up with his. Mo is just like Games Graphics Loading Times frame rate and for something like this. It's like Oh this is very clearly a next step. This is something new. This is something interesting. And it's it's it's really awesome and it's funny. You say just right there I wanna point out and then Max will get to you He you said you know when I think about the next year and I think games graphics and we don't normally say games graphics sound even though sound can be important in sound at least on the seventy five things in the specially insurnace talk one of the things. He's most interested in. Is I think elevating sound the discussion around sound in games to the level. We talk about visuals and whether or not that happens. Of course we'll see where it goes but Max. How did you feel about talk over all before we Dick Downs? Don't any kind of screwed up by not properly framing this as the GD talk they were going to have for game developers people to chat or credit back going. I think obviously this is not for us. This is not for presses now for consumers this is not for fans this is. This is something that was made for people specifically who make video games and know how they're made in how you utilize technology to bring your dreams to life and whatnot I think it's really surprising that they didn't they didn't try to sort of like. Just disclose that sooner you know because it most people don't know what GDP is they're just like. Hey here's that big playstation five reveal. You've been waiting for. I was Kinda shocked that we didn't get like they didn't have any anything that had a little sizzle to it like. We didn't have like a big. You know like even just a cool motion graphic of like. Hey here's the new controller. Here's what the box looks like right now all we have is the logo reveal from from CBS and then a whole bunch of stuff from our external who was awesome like brilliant and we should listen to him obviously but like from a marketing standpoint? This feels like pretty much like putting the cart before the horse and it felt like something. Kinda slip through the cracks. You know yeah the the timing on all of it is bizarre because we are. We are starving for news on this thing and this is not exactly what the mass market in general populace has looking for. It made me think about like how like ghost ghostbusters. Like the Egon movie. You know it's like thanks to starve of ghostbusters. Like Egan's awesome. He's integral you need him there. But if he was talking for eighty percent of the film people wouldn't remember it as fondly it. This is like we want. We want all we have is like the dumbest thing in the world. Which is the logo and the smartest thing in the world? Which has this presentation and I need something in the middle. That sort of just like this is how this applies like in English on. You know like this is the part where the you're holding the controller this is. This is what the box looks like. We've seen so much from the series x already. And we're still really in the dark with a lot of stuff on playstation. I agree I think that they should have been a consumer-friendly bridge between the logo. Reveal end in a deep dive on the specs like I am pleased we got the deep diving was fix. I'm pleased that we were invited to be part of that. Jd Talk that we probably wouldn't have seen otherwise would have sought out on the volt but yeah they're definitely needed to be a bridge. Because I think that the the wording around this was clear enough consumers. A lot of people did think that they were gonNA get a big. Ps Five reveal. And that's not what

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All AMD processors since 2011 have had a security vulnerability

Daily Tech Headlines

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

All AMD processors since 2011 have had a security vulnerability

"A new paper from security researchers at Grozny University of Technology in Austria claims all Amdi processors made from twenty eleven to twenty nineteen are vulnerable to a side channel attack that could leak otherwise protected information the researchers reverse engineered AMD's L. Wendy. Cash way predictor resulting in two types of attack collide in which can monitor victims virtual accesses on a timeshare core and load and reload which can obtain highly accurate memory access traces on a physical core. The researchers were able to run the exploit javascript. Run on chrome and firefox browsers and also gain access to eight. Yes encryption keys. Compared to similar architectural vulnerabilities like spectre meltdown. The ones disclosed only leak a few bits of Meta data rather than provide full access the researchers notified. Amd of their findings on August twenty third twenty nineteen and amdy set. Believe there was these. Were not new speculation based attacks

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COVID-19 Escalates but Biotech Bright Spot in Trillium Therapeutics

Breaking Biotech

09:31 min | 5 months ago

COVID-19 Escalates but Biotech Bright Spot in Trillium Therapeutics

"So again. I'm glad to be back and appreciate everybody's attention today. And we have an extensive show ahead of us so I'm going to talk about a variety of different things. I WANNA touch on some latest biotech news a menu to talk about the vijen earnings report that. I said I would get to so. There's a few interesting tidbits. There have to talk about the covert nineteen story because that's been really blowing up and I think there are significant implications for the market. And then I'm GONNA finish up by talking about the latest in the anti CD. Forty seven technologies and specifically. I'm going to focus on trillion but also gonNA touch on T. G. Therapeutics so at that. Let's just get right into it. And the first piece of news I had to mention. Is that a sperry on recently. Heard News that they're two compounds. Were approved by the FDA. The one is just the paddock acid pill which they've named it next next little and the dog acid is it. Ahmad Combo pill was also approve. Called next Zet so good news for them. They finally breached the finish. Line are GONNA be able to sell these products. The stock did KINDA BUMP UP AFTER. This news came out but then with all the News Cove Nineteen. The stock did sell off. And I think it's hanging around fifty bucks I still have ten shares. Probably GonNA sell relatively soon just to you know take the prophets and look for more opportunities that have larger chance of bringing a return on my investment but great news for them. The next piece of news I want to talk about is and we heard that they are exploring a potential buyer according to Bloomberg. We haven't heard too much confirmation since then but in the past week we've seen the stock runup quite significantly and it looks like there's a good chance that somebody could pick them up. I'm still holding only about ten shares unfortunately but I'm probably going to sell them just because I feel like we've heard a lot of these rumors once in a while. And often times they don't come to fruition Annan. Pretty happy with the Prophet made so far and given it's only ten shares. I think I might again sell these enda and look for other opportunities. That are coming around the next piece of news. I want to talk about his ammon. And they have been all over the place lately We heard that they released some post trial documents. Because they're undergoing this litigation right now to maintain exclusivity for their patents and you. I kind of glanced at them. I don't really know what to make of them. We're still waiting for a judgement to come down and we'll see that. Relatively soon I think and negativity around the stock. I think is going to be uplifted once that goes through. And we should see a return. All-time highs I've been adding the stock as it's been down and it's pretty heavy in my portfolio now so. I still think that they're goodbye here. The next piece of news on touch on is the latest from the American Society of Retina specialists. And this is because I have touched on wet. Amd in previous videos by interested in this space and they announced that Bayview patients and this is the drug for wet amd that was recently approved by Novartis and this a s R s society issued a warning about fourteen cases of retinal vascular disease with eleven of those being occlusive retinal vascular. Now this can be actually pretty serious condition. That can lead to permanent blindness. So it's It's fair for the society to to issue a warning to people who are considering this therapy especially given that. There are other therapies. That don't have this risk that have been approved in in circulation for awhile now. Nevada stands by view. And they said that. There's been an estimated. Forty six thousand injections done a bill view so far and they did not see that this happened in their phase three trials they did mention there were sixteen cases of ubiquitous and nine cases of Iras. But they still stand by their own compound and they're saying that they're doing post market surveillance to see that's going to be a problem but When this news came out we saw that Novartis Kinda dipped and regeneration stock increase quite a bit just in the expectation that more people are gonNA stick with Lia which is the drug that was approved. That's been approved for a lot longer than bayview and there are more frequent injections. But it's obviously more safe. So all of this could be prevented if re-genesis BIOS drug there gene. Therapy for wet. Amd can hit the market and then patients would only really need one injection hopefully to To prevent Amdi from happening. So that's kind of an interesting thing going on with the amd space so to hit the major stories that I want to talk about today though. We're GONNA talk about biogen. The cove in nineteen esscalation. And then I have here. That Gilead announced that they're going to buy the company named forty-seven for four point. Nine billion dollars and this is worth mentioning because the company talking about which is trillium also has an anti CD forty seven antibody in hopes of using it for hematological malignancies but also potential in solid tumors. So we're GonNa talk about that as the feature story but first thing. I want to talk about his budget so I went through the earnings report and I have touched on by. Jin on a number of different occasions in this podcast. And I think it's a really interesting company being in that kind of mid to large cap space what they announced that their revenue went up seven percent year over year. And amongst all of that the MS franchise was actually down four percent year over year. But what they did is they included cruise. Which is an anti CD. Twenty compound but it's also used to treat ms so they included that in the press release to make the overall year over year revenue increase by two percent. And I think they did this. Because the franchise itself up sixty percent of by toll revenue so to show that that franchise is actually increasing has kind of beneficial from a PR standpoint. They also announced that verity was approved for relapsing. Ms And we did hear that last year. Visionary is similar detector but it has fewer Gi side effects so this was approved it was shown to be non inferior to tech Videira so this is just adding to its. Ms Franchise is going to be continuing to prevail in being a large revenue generator. For by. John. I believe we also saw and I mentioned this last time that the Texas air decision was positive for biogen. So that compound is can also be protected. Biden's going to maintain its exclusivity. So that's good news for that. I don't see the franchise decreasing substantially. It's probably only going to increase with the vulgarity. Approval there are competitors coming on the space but given that by agendas so many MS compounds right now. That are pretty effective. I think it's going to be a continual driver of revenue for the company now in terms of the upcoming revenue generator spin. Rosza is is one of those that's done in the market for. I think almost a year now and revenue increased nine point three percent year over year which is great and this franchise makes up fifteen percent of total biogen revenue so that has increased over the past few quarters. I think as I as I looked at this and they did mention here that we expect the rate at which spinner is a revenues will grow will moderate in twenty twenty compared to twenty nineteen primarily due to a lower rate of new patients starts combined with the impact of loading does dynamics as patients transition from dosing every four months so the way the payment system works for. Spin Rosza is that it costs seven hundred fifty thousand for the first year and then subsequent loading years just cost three hundred seventy five thousand Subsequently so we see this big boost in revenue. When there's a lot of new patients starts and then it Kinda tapers off as patients or just getting that loading dose. So I think that's why they're saying that. Revenues will moderate because the amount of new patient starts is actually decrease and I think this is due to vexes. Launch of excess Novartis is launch of their own therapy for spinal muscular atrophy. So I think as that competition continues the amount of revenue that's generated by spin. Raza is GonNa flat now and patients who likes Raza will probably stay on it but I think that that increased competition. It's still going to harm the new patient start so I don't see this space necessarily increasing too much now. Other things to consider is the repurchase program and this boost the stock price pretty substantially in the last year they repurchased twenty four million shares and that was a cost of five point nine billion dollars and by my calculation that means in the current repurchase program they have about twelve million shares to continue to buy and their net. Cash is still three point. Five billion dollars so they have a lot of cash on hand to buy current shares that are outstanding which is only going to support the price of the Stock. Moving forward another thing. They announced is the commercialization rights to idea as well as loose cintas. So going back to what I said about the wet. Amd space these two compounds are the current kind of establish treatment for wet amd with view just recently being added the size of the market for I league in Los Angeles is eleven billion dollars but these are going to be biosimilars and as we know. Biosimilars don't generate nearly as much money as the actual panel drug the current by similar. That biogen has day only make about one tenth of the revenue of the panel

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The Best Movie Soundtrack Songs Of 2019 | Movies

The Big Picture

05:24 min | 5 months ago

The Best Movie Soundtrack Songs Of 2019 | Movies

"I have a very special show today later. In this podcast I have an interview with Robbie Robertson one of the founding members of the band a significant figure in movie history as well. Who HAS COLLABORATED WITH? Martin Scorsese over the years. He has a new documentary that he participated in the basically tells the story of his life and the work of the band called. Once were brothers so I hope you'll stick around for that and inspired by that conversation. I had to invite on Ringer Staff Writer Rob Villa. Who is one of the funniest and smartest people I know about music? I Rob She's we'll thank you. It's an honor to be here of course alot rob you write about music and movies at the ringer as well and quite deftly and I think the use of music in movies has always been frankly an obsession of mine and I suspect that you are also a sophisticated thinker about this idea. Is that fair to say? Sophisticated is a strong word. But let's go with your role with your a guy who has a functioning brain that watches movies with music in them. Is that fair to say Aisha's? Amd during sonic the HEDGEHOG. That's the way I would describe my relationship with music and movies me I was that guy I feel like there's a lot we know there's a there's a conscientiousness about choosing songs in movies now because we grew up watching scorsese movies and then the movies of all the people who watched. Martin Scorsese movies and start making movies of their own and so the use of the pop song. We're not talking about score here. We're talking about pop music appearing in films you know what is your. What is your sense of? Who Does it well and sort of what goes into making a good choice for something that's really obvious or really obscure. I think the obviousness I see a lot more in prestige. Tv generally like that's the plate. Like any use of radiohead. Almost across the board. Like I I like a lot of Westworld but just the way that Westworld is uses those pop songs you know the old style piano version of pop songs. It's just you're just sort of leaching off that songs energy like the the cash that it already has and you're just sort of stealing and implanting it into your TV show or your movie like it's there's a difference between stealing a song soul and like taking a song and building a new universe around it like sort of recreating it in re-energizing it it's a it's a great point. I'll never forget the moment I watched the pilot of Ozark. Which is the last the last episode of ours. Ozark that I've ever watched and at the end of it Decks dark by radiohead began playing and I was like. Oh this is that JOE now. I mean no disrespect to say Chris Ryan. Who's a huge fan of that series but actually that choice indicated to me what the creators of the show thought they were doing and it wasn't for me you know it just didn't Didn't click with what despite liking radiohead and Jason Bateman and. I knew that there was a pretentiousness that I was not going to connect with their What do you think makes for a good song choice in a movie? I think it has to be at least a little unexpected. It has to re- contextual. Is it a little bit like I? There are instances where obviousness is what you need and I think there are a few of those and my list here but I I think. In general you need some element of surprise some just more gratuitous are just more surprising way of using it than what you would expect. Do you think it's important to saying something about character or the scene itself or because one of the things that that Robertson said when he and I talked which I thought was interesting was the he really likes the contrast he moments. That's the moment when you take a very sweet song. Said it against a very violent moment or you take a very sweet moment and give it something more braces and that's obviously a hallmark of a lot of the people that are best known for choosing songs and movies you know. Think of Quentin Tarantino or fincher. Scorsese are all these people that I talk about endlessly on this show. Do you think that the that music can play such a profound role in telling a story in that way? I think so. I mean you can go too far in that the phenomenon of every movie trailer now using like a really slow down creepy version of a pop song like you think. Fight THE FI. The fifty shades of grey beyond say series. You know like I suicide squad. I think did that. You know you can go too far in that direction and and just use it entirely as irony like. Here's a really sweet song to contrast with an ugly thing. But Yeah I mean. That's that's sort of an overused tropes at this point at the time in the heyday in the early reign of those people those directors like. Yeah that was a really effective use of contrast. So we're here to do a top five list. You'RE GONNA share your five favorite needle drops in movies and I'M GONNA share my five favorite needle drops. Now I don't know your picks and you don't know my picks you almost ruined this podcast by accidentally sharing those picks and I would like you. I'm I apologize profusely and I apologize for my choices. I think this is going to be yelling at me in the next twenty minutes. That's my concern. You know what my concern is is just being too basic right. There are some things that are sort of undeniably signature moments in movies and music especially in the last twenty to twenty five years when when I think this phenomenon has really picked up. Steam and my choices are not songs that were written for movies. They are entirely songs that had previously existed before the film came along. Is that true for you too? I think in all but one case my number five. That's not true but I think that's an important thing that you have to have a prior. Ideally you have a prior relationship with that song that the movie changes. That's what makes a really good moment for me. Not all of them but that's the platonic ideal. I absolutely love that. I probably have one song that that is out runs an opposition to that idea. But that's a great

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Equity shot: What's going on with Tesla's stock price?

Equity

14:18 min | 6 months ago

Equity shot: What's going on with Tesla's stock price?

"An equity shot is when something happens that we get really really excited about and then we realized which taken off of slack and put it on to the podcast. Today we're going back to the very beginning of the show. We're talking about Tesla which she asks. I know it's not a private company. But if you go back episode one of equity. We're talking about Tesla reason too much of money because fascinating firm. I Have Danny Crichton with me. Danny how are you? I'm doing good although I think we should call it an equity shot. It's more like an equity joint because I am so high on this high stock price. The I did not see that joke coming. But I'll take it. You'll unless of course famously. Smokey joint on some podcast. I forget what it was called. But we're here today because Tesla share price is up yet again looking like it's going to close at an all time record. High currently above nine twentieth share up over seven percent amd we're going to go through the kind of bullish take care the bearish take care. What's going on and I'll talk a little bit about the fundamentals behind the company and how they've really honestly improved so any rate time ready as we said before the show if you go back in time to roughly. I think it was last June. You could buy Tesla for about one hundred. Eighty five dollars shares magically masterfully. They're up to nearly a thousand dollars a share and you know when you think about Tesla and its financial improvements over the last couple years. It's had some but certainly not to the extent of rescinded share price. Changing my impression is that there's enthusiasm going on here. That may not be tied to fundamentals with autism. It's all multiple expansion here so I think people are getting really excited about the potential electric cars. Certainly not as in the United States but around the world to for instance I think Singapore just last week said that they wanted to be the first country to only have electric vehicles. Mean like the next decade or two right. So there's these huge initiatives around electric cars and then you've got batteries. You've got a lot of the supply. Didn't stuff that that Tesla's in and then you have just the general called marketing stick. I mean I think we we used to follow invidia. Quite a bit early is to focus on. Invidia quit a bit and retail shares stocks called a Robin Hood share right. Everyone who has a Robin Hood account is like following video news day to day and I think that that's been replaced by Tesla Tesla for sure. Amd will also hot for a long time back. In the CRYPTO currency boom. There's been a lot of companies that are kind of come and gone but I think Tesla's probably the kind of the granddaddy of them all from that perspective but more data about the trading world. This isn't actually Tesla's all time intraday high it. My research holds up that was actually back in February fourth when Tesla had an insane range of eight hundred and thirty three dollars a share to nine hundred sixty eight I think kind of sets the stage for understanding Tesla's price movements which is at their wild and they seem to be based on competing warring religious cults people that are obsessed with Tesla and the future of battery tech and electric cars and getting off a fossil fuels and you know loving Elon. Musk and then people who care more about fundamentals even as Tesla's windmills have honestly improved over the last eighteen months quite a lot. You know absolutely and I. It's crazy is if you look at it. Post Two thousand thirteen from twenty thirteen to twenty nineteen that the stock was essentially flat. I mean they're gonNA has ups and downs and typical gyrations but it was sort of a a wait-and-see stock I mean what's grits. Nuts is just in the last couple of months like four months. It's gone from a low of just below two hundred dollars a share to now we're looking at it as a recording it at two. I'm sorry nine twenty eight and so I mean we're looking at a four X. in three month return profile. I mean look we talk about South Thank Vision Fund on equity all the time but this this is sort of what they were looking for right. It's like literally it's not even a private company. It's a public company. Just bought again with Robin Hood. I don't think you can actually open a Robin Hood Account. Though the hundred billion in cash that would play break. Something in the Robin Hood Landscape but just put this in perspective. Everybody of what we're kind of thinking about. We pulled up. Tesla's financials and so we're going to bore you with a couple of numbers and then we're GonNa talk about what can driving hand today's movement but the reason why this price movement feels so fantastic and so fascinating to watch is because even though Tesla has improved. It's it's profitability. It's cash position it's cash flow. It hasn't grown that much. And if you go back in time looking at the year ending. December twenty eighteen Tesla had total revenues of twenty one. Point five billion give or take and if you look at this last year it was twenty four point six so some growth to be clear but certainly not a lot and in q four q four. Eighteen Tesla had seven point two million in revenue and Q. Four of nineteen seven point four so just Mata Games of growth and improve profitability. Is the difference here so it could be a mixed shift in what they're selling. It could be optimism about the battery market. And there's a lot of possibilities driving this boom. I Tesla but I'm curious Danny. What is your favorite of the various hypotheses that are bouncing around? I think it's a huge expectation around future product lines right so if you look at the units delivered by Tesla over the last two years being Tesla really has expanded writer was just a couple of years. Ago Is under twenty five thousand units a quarter in Q. Four twenty nine thousand dollars. According to Teesta it was well over one hundred thousand one hundred. Fifteen thousand units were delivered quarter. So it has. It has sold more cars. You know four or five act so that that's part of the number here but I think you start to look at like cyber truck which is entering a much more higher margin part of the vehicle market in the mid to large size semi trucks. And the I think the challenges is like. There's there's this gap of like you know. Yes there were one hundred thousand or have cyber trucks were supposedly preordered Alex nor is a fifty eight billion based on how many tweets stupidity excitement. Yes yes but you know the challenges that those were not full deposits right like there are no cars to be sold and they're not going to be cars to be sold for a long period of time and so. I think there's just this huge which we saw the same thing with Softbank. Which is there's this huge prediction of like well look assuming everything goes right over the next four to five years then we will buy into the valuation as if everything was being sold in two thousand twenty three. Unfortunately there's so much risk coming up. I mean it was crazy to me. Is we talking about apple and Amazon? A bunch of others AIRBNB who've been suffering from chronic virus but tesla's a huge Chinese market. I mean we were talking about the Shanghai gigafactory or gigafactory for their new battery which just launched what two three months ago and is now sort of been hit? Hard by by the virus. What what other issues art is Tesla? GonNa come up within the next couple of years that that to me is a huge open question. Well the operating points pretty good if you look back. Tesla's latest earnings investor presentation for example You go to page eighteen following along at home. They show have a rolling twelve month delivery number and in Q. Four trailing twelve months of deliveries reached over three hundred fifty thousand for Unit. So they have always a hit material scale global scale. And so when you bring up these new models to me. They've actually proven their ability to do that. And at increase scale and all that a similar level of quality which means that they can watch model. Why cyber truck that really fast roadster that they showed for four minutes and never did anything with put that out please? I want to go bankrupt. So tell me one she please does. I want to stay married. That's more I hear. The roadster does super well New England winters. Yeah it's designed actually for Rhode Island's a narrow cobbled streets and I think the cyber trucks tank like atmosphere is what you're looking for for Rhode Island. Well especially the kids. I'll need those unbreakable windows. Okay but going back to today and what's driving this one day shift and Tesla's stock price drove us. Mad is looking at what's going on. There was a new analyst. Note coming out. Invesco strategist Tim. Horace Bra talked a lot. About how the Fed's decision learned. The quantity was helping drive momentum stocks of which is of course one. Alex Potter an analyst with the Piper Sandler raised his price target for Tesla to above nine hundred bucks a share. A little late given that already is but hey you know better late than having a one hundred ninety nine target which is what seen in business and then of course. There's also some rumors going around that In China to tinkering with a new kind of cobalt free battery which is supposed to be important. Even though I will admit I was a chemistry. So a couple of things confluence that I've picked up Enthusiasm momentum and this is the best for the Washington this is like the old bitcoin. We seventeen when bitcoin was hot. And you can watch it every day and it was fun. That's Tesla's stock today. I don't know what that means for the company but I'm having a hell of a time just watching this stuff happened absolutely and I think I think another statistic I would use on this front. Which would take into account allow this news which is the percentage of Tesla's shares held by institutions? Actually pretty low. I it's fifty five percent. Suit is a COP apple obviously pretty well known company at sixty three percent right and in many cases those institutions held for a long time so Tesla's largest shareholder baillie Gifford. We interviewed a Charles Plowden. Who HEADS UP THE PRIVATE MARKETS? Investing at Baillie Gifford for extra credit last year and they've been the company for more than a decade of our call and part of what I think the magic is for Tesla is you have this base of very long-term acid holders who believe in the company and have been holding a long period of time. And then you have this controversy in the retail market of people. Saying we'll do. Do I see two thousand going even higher right? And so the the debate between long and short ends up driving so much attention to the shares. That it's the dinner party stock conversation that you're hearing on. God's a bit of a carnival atmosphere to it you know Elon. Musk And grinds Elon. Musk and Joe Rogan Elon. Musk and this and that I mean he's become a celebrity in such a way that it's rare to see and the ruggedly buttoned up world of business. I mean I mean not to bring up. We were just you know owners Lee. Belykh Adam Newman had a touch of the celebrity to him in the semi that you must does. Though a fraction of what you Llaneras and normally we see people when they become wealthy and powerful retreat into their shells but like the Google founders. And how they kind of step back from the public light incrementally and now entirely from their company. Ilan doesn't give it you know dealing with throw. A rocket is truck and shutters. Window will just do it again. I mean talk a bow different. And that's that's the that's entertainment on a more serious note before we go to any One other thing we didn't touch on that could be driving enthusiasm. Sentiment and share price. Surges is Tesla's solar panel stuff. And I say stop because I'm reading today. That the solar roof that they brought out years ago and never really. Kinda put on the market is ramping up. And so we're seeing Tesla differentiate not in the automotive space but also outside of that in the in the ultrasound generation and storage space which some people believe could be a huge growth opportunity for the company. And I don't know how you feel about Ciller but I think that's probably true I think is probably the economics have gotten a better for solar and I again. I I think the magic of the share today is do you believe in each of the expansion opportunities for each of these different business lines and I think I think when you let me give you a comparison. Bordier a Canadian company who used to make snow. Mobiles expanded into planes trains jets and all kinds of other categories over the last couple years just this morning announced it was selling off its trained business to Allston French large Train manufacturer and really it was a story. overexpansion right. Here's a company that sort of got out of what it knew what to do. It got into jets trains and get it all these different spaces and so the question is do you believe in the musk magid. I mean that's sort of the bet that everyone has to believe in which is look. It's not just going from model to model three. It's not just going to cyber track. Meets still car at the end of day. Now you're getting into solar panels. Now you're getting into battery construction for not just homes but also at like a nation state scale kind of battery technology and I all. These are just technical. Risk that up like every single one of these is a completely new product. So I think you know. That's the bet that everyone has to make and that's why it's so exciting. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I totally agree with that but the all throughout there is that incomes tesla. It feels less of a musk better than it used to be. Because the company no longer bleeds so much cash at once. You stop bleeding. Cash and can begin to generate material consistent operating cash flow and free cash flow and more strict metric. You're willing Rome destiny and you have more space to make mistakes before it. Always only Tesla was on a tightrope if they missed this launch. That factory blew up. That tech. Didn't sell whatever that was. GonNa be the end of the company. They made a series of all. In bets of your poker player. Was My impression watching the company for years now with trailing operating cash flow positively and free casual Timothy. The company's kind of okay generated over the last four quarters over a billion dollars in free cash flow and just I believe did a placement of shares for a couple of billion at very high share price which is super smart. You know getting anymore taught so you know the first thing that we learned on this show was Jason Lincoln telling us that Elon. Musk is better at raising money than anyone else in the history of the world. He's that he's able to go out there and get cash and here again. He's doing it twice once running the company last and two from the share price surge. So Tesla is in the best shape it's ever been. I don't know if it's worth nine hundred twenty dollars. But the days of four twentieth funding secured certainly are behind us. And Danny. I'll give you the last word. I think the thing to pay attention to again as I think mosques the magic here but it goes beyond that I I do think marketing if you look at GM Ford you know. The large automobile manufacturers a huge part of their cost structure is marketing right. Like the amount of money you see it when you watch The Super Bowl. You'll see this when you watch different kinds of sports games. There's massive marketing budgets to push cars off the dealership at Tesla. Has this magic with a person who basically gets free advertising every single day on the business pages on the front cover of magazines or seeing must. You're seeing Tesla. All that is free business and so again you have cool cars. You have great marketing. You're not paying for any of it. You have free cash flow. It's clearly a more stable coming in. There was a couple of years ago. And there's this huge kind of expansion opportunities on the horizon coming up. You know that all up together I understand the lungs. I also understand the shorts but I guess we'll sort of see where it all comes together in the next couple weeks. Yeah and by the good call on the importance of free marketing. For Tesla as we're sitting here squeezing an extra equity episode just fine on Tesla because we found so entertaining so it's not nefarious per se is just if you care about financial markets and companies and growth. You can't not be watching

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Here's Why Sonos Customers Were Angry About Plans to End Product Updates

This Week in Computer Hardware

02:34 min | 6 months ago

Here's Why Sonos Customers Were Angry About Plans to End Product Updates

"We're talking a lot about sonos and some of the frustrations of longstanding hardware that still functions you know we're a company goes we're going to give you support for life than they realized that maybe the technology or maybe the bottom line or owner structure sure has changed in a way that prevents them from continuing to code things opt update your aging hardware but you know one of the things that wasn't as clear and certainly that emphasize articles we were looking at last week in his both sebastian and i dug deeper and deeper into sonos website this sonos kind hi to buried a really important line in this announcement which was that quote customers with both legacy and modern products time decide what option is best for them you can continue to use use your whole system and legacy mold this case it will stop receiving updates new features or you know they basically said that you know they're they're going to let you run your older gear on its own kind of node isolates you keep getting updates on the newer stuff if you mix the newer the legacy hardware as they call it you're not gonna get updates the newer stuff and i will also say that we saw this crazy we wasn't crazy bashing and and i were also admiring the intensity of the letter that came out so the blog entry for a CEO of sonos which was heard by the drop in stock price or happens by everybody on the internet and sodas own forums going berserk you know but it's it's blog a letter from our CEO all sonos products will continue to work past may rest assured the a when we a new software updates where legacy products they will continue you to work they do today we're not breaking them we're not forcing them into obsolescence and we are not taking anything away many of you have invested heavily in your soda systems we intend to honor that investment for as as long as possible while legacy sodas products will get you software features we pledge to keep them updated with bug fixes and security patches for as long as possible they say long long as possible a lot it's conduct hiring so what they say though is is they are working on a way to split your system unquote so that modern products work together and get the latest features will legacy products work together and remain in their current state i e you have eleven tina these devices in your hat ousted seven of them are quote quote legacy on won't you won't have to replace all of them if you just want to listen to some delete expert of musically expert of being one of the words of the week here on the

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What Worry and Meditation Have in Common

Pep Talks

10:20 min | 6 months ago

What Worry and Meditation Have in Common

"What worry and meditation have in common? We live in a world where people are chronically. Stressed people are activating their sympathetic nervous system that fight or flight response on a regular basis. In fact I believe for many of my clients. They're just living in a chronic state of fighter fighter flight particularly for my clients who grew up in an abusive or dysfunctional homes. I believe that they are living in this place of needing to assess for danger and have a have a very difficult time. Activating their Paris sympathetic nervous system. So the sympathetic nervous system assists us in fighting or fleeing. If we have an animal chasing us we need that sympathetic nervous system to release cortisol and adrenaline to help our body to prepare to fight or to flee we. We need our respiration to increase. We need increased blood flow to our arms and our legs. We need to be able to fight or to run in the Para sympathetic state state. It's referred to as rust and digest because our immune system and our digestive system are activated during the Para sympathetic state. They about it this way. If you are running from an animal is your body really all that concerned about digesting food or fighting Often pathogen when you could die because of this animal chasing you so we were in the Para sympathetic state were in that rest and digest state when were in the sympathetic state were increasing inflammation in our body because we are releasing all of these stress hormones in an attempt to protect ourself. The sympathetic system is extremely important. We needed what we don't need is to be activating it regularly and that is what I believe a probably most all of my clients are doing and what we need to be doing is getting to that Paris sympathetic state because because in that Paris sympathetic state that rest and digest state. Our bodies are able to heal we're able to rewire our brains scenes. Were able to digest. Foods were able to fight off pathogens. That is a state of health when we're in that para sympathetic state and one of the ways that we can activate the para sympathetic nervous system or that Rushton digest system is through meditation and last last month I was encouraging you to think about twenty twenty and what you wanted to do differently this year and one thing I would encourage wjr everybody to include in their life. is meditation meditation. The research is it's it's it's it's amazing what. The research search shows of what meditation does for our bodies it truly is a healing practice. It increases our our immune in system's ability to fight infection. It decreases inflammation in the body and inflammation is at the root of all diseases it assists with sleep. It assists our brains in being able to critically think. In fact I was listening to a podcast with Dr James Gordon. And he indicated that because meditation increases the activity in the frontal CORTEX. We have an increase in judgement self awareness and compassion. I think all of us could use an increase in those three areas in our life life and when I encourage people to meditate frequently what I hear people say is I can't I just can't meditate my. I'm I'm just not able to do it. It is impossible not to be able to meditate. And I mean that in fact if you're someone who worries stories you're meditating. Now it's not healthy meditation nonetheless. It is a form of meditation. So if you're a worrier no more excuses no more excuses. You're able to meditate and and think about that for a minute if you are concerned about a problem if you have something going on in your life and you're just going over it over it at. Let's say you're concerned about losing your job or your concerned -cerned about a relationship or finances if you're just sitting in that and going over it and over and over at. You're meditating right so meditation meditation and there's all sorts of different interpretations of what meditation is. I like to think of it as a way to simply calm the brain that were really working on directing our focus so that we can call the brain. Now I hear some people talk about meditation. As you know blanking linking out the mind I can only speak for myself but I know I'm not capable of blanking out my mind. I am an. I'll use an always here. I'm always just thinking about something so with meditation I think about it as the quieting of the mind. Me Focusing on something that's helping took quiet so for example it could be listening to music. There's by Naral. Sounds which means it's the sounds in one ear is different than the sound another. It reminds me a lot of em Dr. And if you've worked with me directly you know I'm a huge proponent of amd are because it's bilateral movement so with the by Naral sounds. The belief is that it is actually helping to change the brainwaves and helping to calm palm the brain so for me that gives me something to focus on. It gives me something to listen to so that when my mind does wander. I'm able to bring bring back to focus. The sounds that gives me something directly to bring my my focus back to and then work on breathing of course while comparing it with the sounds. If you're a worrier you are sitting. And you're thinking about the problem and you're going over it and over it and over it and think about I mean we really if you've worried about something recently. I bet if you sat for a few minutes you were all in right. You were consumed completely with. What was you were worried about? You weren't distracted by anything. You were all into the worry. We'll that's what we want to do with meditation when you're worrying worrying you're activating that sympathetic nervous system. You're activating that potentially and I think for most individuals they are your activating that sympathetic nervous system. That that fight or flight response you. There's fear associated with it. If you're worrying about something you're fearful of it you're definitely not in that para sympathetic state. So you really think about that for a minute. If you have the ability to sit and be lost in your fear you have the ability to work at being lost in a sound wound or in your breath or even a word if you wanted to focus on one word even saying it over and over is a way to do meditation. Where again with meditation were working on quieting the mind? So if you're thinking about a word and you're it let's say it was joy and maybe you're even saying joy and you're thinking about how it feels in your mouth and you're thinking about how the sound sound wound and how you feel it in your body while you're breathing. That's a form of meditation. Dr Mark Hyman who. I'm a huge fan of. He is a functional medicine doctor and he believes in the body's ability to heal and he also also believes that food is medicine. Which of course I think you know that I believe in that? And he says that meditation is medicine and that it's it's so important for us to take time to work on quieting the mind because it has such a profound effect act on her physical and emotional health. It was interesting. He's he commented that medicine shuts off a pathway or or it blocks something in. It's actually interfering with your biology to stop a symptom. where meditation and food also Soviet? He was referring to meditation. And this moment is actually suggesting to to heal the body. It's working with the body and helping the body to activate its own systems so that it can heal itself and he talked about how one's immune system you know increases how the inflammation decreases. How sleep improves? Because the and and how there's also rewiring of the brain are that that neuropathy of the brain allows the brain to be rewired and over time just as though you can be wired to be a worrier over over time. If you're doing meditation you can rewire your brain to be to be healthier. In fact Dr Hyman was talking into Emily Fletcher. She's an expert in the field of meditation and she explained that meditation neutralizes is the adrenaline and Cortisol. While it floods the brain with dopamine and Serotonin so those feel-good right neurotransmitters metres. Meditation helps to release those so again. We're not with Meta medicine. You're altering those were with meditation. You're actually assisting your body in doing the its own processes that it knows how to do. We've just kind of hijacked it with worry.

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US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak spreads

Squawk Pod

02:05 min | 6 months ago

US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak spreads

"Up on today's podcast around up of what global CEOS are telling. CNBC about the corona virus outbreak Kevin Johnson. CEO of starbucks. They were now managing a very dynamic situation in China related to the Corona Virus Lisa sue CEO of amd which is a US chipmaker with a the big business. Partnership in China the company produces microprocessors including the ones in the Sony and Microsoft Game Consoles. You probably have in your living room in our from our standpoint. One point You know we're taking Precautions in our facilities in China to make sure that that is You know well a well protected Jim. Fiddling the CEO L. of chemical giant. We've seen some demand pull from corona virus on things like cleaning materials disinfectants Like you would use in household cleaners non non woven for masks and wipes and those kinds of things Amazon also on edge. The company announced that it's restricting employee travel to and from I'm China until further notice and David Solomon CEO Goldman Sachs was on CNBC this week and voiced. His concerns were very focused on it. Because we have we have a couple couple thousand people you know right there in the region and we're obviously very concerned about those people about their families etc.. I think it's too early to say you know where this will go. We obviously have a a lot of people working from home and are restricting travel Like many companies but we're watching very closely and obviously concerned for our people aren't doing everything we can to help them. Protect after the Federal Reserve's two day policy meeting this week chairman. Jay Powell held a news conference during which he addressed the impact of the virus on the global economy Uncertainties about the outlook remain including those posed by noon corona virus. To very serious issue. There is likely to be some disruption activity in China and possibly Sibley globally based on the spread of the virus today in the travel restrictions and business closures that have already imposed of course the situation is is really in its early early stages and it's Marianne certain about how far will spread and what the macroeconomic effects will be in

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A Peek Into The Markets: Fed Decision In Focus

CNBC's Fast Money

03:47 min | 6 months ago

A Peek Into The Markets: Fed Decision In Focus

"Are welcome back to fast money. There's your numbers. A lot of green on the screen. Stocks rallied today the S. and P.. Five five hundred. Somebody goes home and says hey wins the best day since you'll say it was the best state for the S. and P. since October the Nasdaq is since September. You Got Music. What's your take on today's chewing your guy's dog we got music? What's your take on today's big balance but it was a little hip hop and if if you look at the bond market you had about a forty fifty basis point recovery? I mean in terms of a four point four point recovering the tenure. So not extraordinary. When you consider how low-yield Scott and you look at the Batson semiconductor some of the Higher Beta stuff? You got a nice bounce but yes the vix twelve to thirteen percent today. The things that are hanging over the market which are still now growth expectations. I think haven't really changed and we have to get through some other extraordinary tech this week. So net net by the way. There's there's a fed meeting tomorrow. I don't think they're going to do anything. But I think the Fed needs to continue to talk about what they're gonNA do with that balance sheet because we talk all the time Brian Show some great graphs on the correlation relation between the market and the size of the the Fed balance sheet very important. Not your friends. I think that's exactly right. I mean it's a fed data mart. Think a lot of today's move was basically on the back doc of anticipation of this apple number which market guy and lining up ahead of the Fed. Tomorrow which got only knows what they say but for every Apple Nafta market. And we're GONNA talk about it later but you Kevin. AMD The southbound four percent. You have Xilin down eight percent so there's a lot of cross-currents here again. I don't think yesterday solved anything necessarily and I certainly don't think today's action in did I would say just stay patient here you look at the breadth today and maybe the best market days Tober but the internals were tepid advantage over decliners. Three to one I WANNA see days five to one six to one seventy one. We didn't get that today. Copper soft crude bounce very tepidly you saw the shares as the China. ETF AS HR down on the days. So you didn't get that oath that you WANNA see coming off a low. Yesterday you had about thirty percent of the market. Make a one month low if you're looking for a good tactical by signal that higher about fifty or sixty percents that puts a low in. I don't think we're there yet. I was surprised marketed. This well there was some very not so great data out this morning but weren't really not I. I don't know if there is some noise there or I mean so that I'm surprised of market. Did this well on the heels of that because I was sort of surprised how can maybe too. The short shows horn a little bit because yesterday we should have broached this idea about China may be coming at you guys on a plane by the way. Nice it when they can have live fast money on on on Delta Airlines and it's fantastic. Keep out via the final trait you know. We talked about maybe China coming in with some sort of economic or monetary or fiscal Michael Stimulus and there was some stuff going around this morning that the China's central bank was whispering about abundant resources. You know you wonder if there is this backstop even with all. That's going on there scary as it is that the Central Bank of China is not going to allow the economy to not recover. And I think we have to say. Hey hold on a second wait a minute before. We got the corona virus. I know it's a big before but but China was stimulating. The currency was rallying. China is the engine for certainly Asia and much of the trading world so emerging markets are down seven point seven from peak five eight days ago to trough yesterday only recovered eighty six pips today. I actually think there's a trading recovery emerging being markets to take a look at especially a laggard and one that moved three times. What most things move so back to China? I think they do have a lot of bullets. Brian I think they are in a position where they are stimulating balloting. They've already thrown some stimulus that the market they've done a triple are cut. I think to the extent that they have more leverage to pull on still planned economy. I think they can do it. Okay we've got a news alert right now on facebook.

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Big Navi and the Ice Lake Fail

This Week in Computer Hardware

09:01 min | 7 months ago

Big Navi and the Ice Lake Fail

"Weld nitwits this week. Computer Hardware twits weekly. Show about amazingly enough hardware. We're going to get some hands on useful information in some speculation some mayhem. We're going to talk about everything from phones to consoles to. Of course processors. GP Parents Norton joins US always by Mr Sebastian Compeq editor in chief. PC per who is still excited delighted. Delighted delighted delighted. Delighted amazed by the sixteen core. Thirty nine fifty. X Is this your favorite processor of twenty nine thousand nine slash early two thousand twenty. Certainly my favorite processor of twenty twenty so far. Patrick I mean the ear were were well underway. Where two weeks and I can't find a processor to top? It and I've tried fairly hard to do that. But we didn't have hands on with the thirty nine fifty x when it first launched right. It was in short supply. And here's the kind of the amazing thing about this. I finally released review of it because Suddenly availability got better. AMD was able to start sending out their second wave review samples so we we got caught up. And we're back up to speed benchmarked. The thirty nine fifty x in various situations and the kind of the amazing thing about this is For for a very small price premium per core over there already very impressive Reisen nine thirty nine hundred acts. Yeah and it's about a five dollar premium precor so not that much you get a processor that has sixteen cores instead of twelve slightly higher. Fire single core clocks and lower Based clock it's kind of this odd trade off the thirty nine hundred. X Is Twelve twenty twenty four threads three point eight GIGAHERTZ and it can boost up to four point six GIGAHERTZ and then the rising nine you you have. The full sixteen cores to two. Eight courtship bullets fully enabled slightly lower overall Speed three point five gigahertz. So three hundred megahertz slower. which you'd expect when you increase core counts in the density and worries about leakage and all kinds of stuff so yeah it makes sense but then it can single core boosts up to four point seven and the only way they really could achieve leave? This is through beginning. They were kind of cherry picking of the chip. Let's being used so. They could clock that slightly higher single core number. And we've talked about this throughout the year last year pretty much. Since this was announced that E. Three that they're the bidding process on. This could potentially be problematic attic and it seemingly was now within the last week or two. I'm seeing these show up at their seven. Forty P randomly like they'll be in stock at best buy or or something and I'm seeing prices on Ebay. Drop all the way down to around seven hundred ninety nine dollars so it seems like it's stabilized. Seven nanometer yields must be pretty good because all of a sudden this is around 'em SRP which is kind of nuts. And then. I mean we could talk about the performance. I mean just imagine we we. We've talked about it before on the podcast but It's were onto a newer version of the firmware. The agenda version is different aren't than when the CPU actually launched. I tested it with the latest. So like one dot co dot co dot four revision B that we're on right now but it is gonNA show you like you're going to see higher overall performance easily because you're dealing with something that has four more cores eight more threads but just comparing period against the Intel side. I was looking at recent results that I I'd run over the last month or two with four nine ten nine hundred Z.. That thousand dollar flagship high desktop part from Intel and compared to that this is still giving you slightly higher performance in certain workloads. Pretty much all of the workloads that I tested Had the thirty nine fifty x on top. And it's a cheaper part You know video compression testing that I did You can argue whether x sixty four to pass. Is the right way to test video anymore. I need to switchover handbrake or whatever but seven ZIP compression. It was faster It was faster. Incentives like the usual Benchmark numbers the people. Look at you. You're seeing a a processor. I think because of the core clock clock speed advantage was actually beating out the eighteen core ten nine eighty x z and just across the like every CPU benchmark that Iran and then in the gaming tests it got got kind of ugly for ten eighty C.. which is consistently delivered the lowest with the same Graphics Card Yeah The ten ninety x consistently offered the lowest gaming performance of the of the little group tested processors? I and I think there's a reason that Intel does not use this in their charts if they're talking about gaming performance they're going to be using the ninety nine hundred k. k.. Yes and I use the chaos. Well you know it's it's a round their actual MS RPM for that CPS this unusual five hundred and thirteen dollars so it's very close with thirty nine hundred x okay. We'll use Intel's best part and that that clock speed advantage does seem to help because that's a five gigahertz processor her and so it's faster even than the maximum single core boost of the third fifty x and it was. It was mildly interesting to look this over and see the differences between the the to rise in nine. They're so close I mean. Don't buy the thirty nine fifty x because you think it's going to be giving you better gaming performance because it's essentially essentially deadlocked with the thirty nine hundred x its trade. They traded back and forth over. which was faster is? Apparently some games were more reliant. The first single core performance and some of them the higher overall all core clock speed of thirty nine hundred x was still faster so but in the end I was happy to finally get through and benchmark the CPU Myself see how like what kind of value was as I had it in my head that a thirty nine hundred x was still a better value. And when I actually put together a Shar there's a section in my review it's on the pricing there's little price per core and it's based on launch price. So right we're finally the point where the thirty nine fifty x is basically at is launch price. And it's only like I said it's only five dollars more. It's like five dollars and twenty three cents more per core to get the sixteen version. You still. It's still a better value you to get the thirty nine hundred x technically. It is forty one dollars and fifty eight cents per core and the rise in nine thirty nine. Fifty X is forty-six eighty-one per core. You Bite it. Ms Syrupy and then Intel's processors next on the list at fifty four dollars thirty nine cents per core and that's if you can find it a and find it at the Ms Rpm so all of this is there's a lot of Assumptions being made. But it's it's impressive to see how on this EP side of things like CPU benchmarks intensive tasks and on the gaming side brazen nine is faster than Intel's core. I nine high in desktop part and it's not always especially close And you're also getting something that's a you know ten twelve dollars less per core and it's it's it's just really obviously. This has been beaten endlessly to death but the zen architectures really really good and I I am feeling more and more positive about their seven nanometer availability. The future of these high rise in nine parts becoming more mainstream when they felt like these sort of exotic hard Dubai processors for a long time over the last six months but they weren't necessarily surly exotic and hard to buy they they. They were impossible to buy which made them seem much more exotic than they actually are. Let's let's be honest. It was impossible to find. It also made me like looking at some of the the reported wattage consumption between the thirty nine hundred in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine hundred thirty nine fifty x yeah. Yeah we're we're seeing like one hundred fifty ish watts which is way over the hundred five watt TDP that they were talking about In real world And then which Actually and I'm seeing numbers for the thirty nine hundred. Some people are reporting consumption up in the neighborhood of two hundred watts which is so nine years ago. I don't have words for for it but at least you're getting a tremendous amount of performance for that

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Caring For Aging Parents

The Chalene Show

12:18 min | 7 months ago

Caring For Aging Parents

"It hits home hard to what should parents get older it. Obviously I'm going to be there for him but this been really hard on me to watch my mom not being my mom anymore. I felt like I love telling her what to do. Because I am a mom you need to call the doctor. If you're falling all in all the time maybe we need to get you new blood pressure medicine. You know. It's like I have to like make her do it right there real hard to watch but usually I don't think you know how how much no matter what of going through in life it's like you know in there so it's amazing. It feels like your morning morning morning someone constantly who still living. And that's a really bizarre feeling and nobody wants to talk about it because everybody I feel like has the idea that is. He's just a natural progression of aging. And that's not true. We've talked about how one of the strangest weirdest muscle uncomfortable things. Is That Your Dad's personality has changed a lot and also who he was. The role played in the family. So can can you share with people. I don't know your thoughts on that. Like how it makes you feel. Maybe the dynamic change change its had on your family. Yeah I think it's started probably five or six years ago and it's hard but I don't think it's at the point yet where it's like sad sad about. I mean I still see him and I guess they're still glimpses of of of how he used to be. I guess we take each stage at a time. So far it's been manageable. I think I think you're right. I've been sad sometimes when I I know we're all in a room together as when it happens for me is when we're all together and he's usually been the person that is teasing the most host. The most witty has insane. One liners makes everybody laugh. Says things that like you're like did he. Just say that you kind of almost almost like you know never politically correct and I guess so. I've already kind of got over the fact that I'm never gonNA hear those again. But that's probably the saddest part is when we're all together as a family and I don't see him being like the person that stands up first to say something or our lead the conversation so in some ways. Do you feel like you've had to start like grieving. I mean like because frankly if I'm just he's going to be honest. You're better this week than you've ever been like. It has been really really hard up until this week. Even though things haven't gotten better his situation hasn't changed. No part of the situation has changed but you seem a lot better and I think you probably already know how humid Oughta I like ten days ten days ago. You said this feels like a mountain. I will never. It's just a mountain that will never end we'll just keep climbing and climbing climbing it feels insurmountable surmountable and today in the last five days. You've seemed much more like taking it in stride. I will agree with you and and I think anybody. That's listening to this right now. And if heard you and I talk on podcast before the importance of getting professional help in seeing uh You know sitting down with somebody that's trained in has gone through this stuff in in hurt other people and so I you know I told you like three weeks leaks go go. I'M GONNA go see a name. Dr I gotta go see somebody and do CPR therapy a therapist and this week it was just kind of like a little bit more of a breaking breaking point. And you're like I just really think the you need to do that like you kind of just. I were already threw it out there that I wanted to do it. And you just kind of like remind me like hey you said you were going. Go through this. You should go to this in just one hour session really kind of kind of grounded me now. I've done a lot of. AMD are therapy so that helps. Yeah because I knew like what might trigger was and I knew where I needed to go. Would you be willing. And maybe personally don't have to but usually when you go into therapy happy you have a cognition or like a belief the thought is going through your head. Would you be willing to share with us. What that was? Maybe how it's changed just since that one session. Yeah it was helplessness. Yeah because it was a situation where I felt like hopeless helpless like I can't do anything about it and I usually like to try to fix things and Dan so that was one of my major problems issues anyway so it was just tapping back into that and figuring out that like I'm not hopeless. I'm not helpless and I can only do as much as I can and I gotTa let God take over the rest and it was the first time ever in in doing md.. Art Therapy. That when I went there like you know where you you go back and forth with your eye movement or you go back and forth with sound if you guys has ever done. MDR was the first time that at the end. When I got my feelings all the way down to a zero that it was like God came into my thoughts to let him Kinda just take over and just really like he was there you know I had broken Sierra in their times I had you and their at times? I had add childhood in there at times. I have my parents in their at times. Robin there my brother in there at times but then the ending of it was like just like I gotta just surrender this to God and let him just kind of navigate us through this thing. That's so cool all right. Let's hear from a few more of our lifers. My my father passed away a year ago of dementia. He was ninety five. My mother is ninety and they live three doors down from my husband and I. They've had almost round the clock care in home caregivers for the past two years and I am one of threes these children and my two brothers but I'm primary caregiver with regard to their finances and that type stuff arranging caregivers. I am responsible for paying them. I feel like I'm running. Small business outside of their home. It's very very difficult to juggle everything. I'm very active in our community. Have a career that my commutes an hour a day. I have a husband three children go. Oh children five grandchildren. I am always feeling constant guilt. It does not matter. If I'm there I feel like I should be you somewhere else with my kids with my husband with you know work with if I'm away I feel like I should be with her. It weighs on me and she wants is to be with my dad so bad. She misses him. They were married for sixty seven years. And it's heartbreaking but it's very very difficult at the point now. Wow where. She's almost needing fulltime in home. Care because I promise stir and we all said she's going to stay at home. We're not going to do away a home you know and so we're GONNA do everything we can to keep her in her home. But it's not easy and I feel like every conversation precision. I have with my friends that's all. It's centered around and I walk away very upset that I brought it up again but I just feel like I need support. I need to be hurt. My grandmother really just required full-time care. And in that process my mother ended up selling her home home. She sold almost everything that she had made a home with over the last thirty years and moved in with with my grandmother to be her full-time care and in that process it change not only our relationship the dynamic of my siblings in my whole family. Emily everything changed. I know that it's very difficult on the children of aging parents. But it's also difficult on the grandchildren and and watching your parent sacrifice their whole life. Which is what I have done and I understand that it is her the mother? But I'm also watching my mother. Give up those years of her life that should be for her and and it's really a challenge. This is an interesting like I think about my uncle. Gary who's been taking care of my grandma for so many years and taking care of her like in person listen right and then my mom and US you know we've helped from a financial standpoint but we're so far away I mean and that's like a whole conversation to like there's there's been times where rightfully so he's been very angry and other members of the family because he's there twenty four seven right. He like he took that on. He really has sacrificed. Acuff is so much in his life to take care of my grandma and then he has siblings who some have done some things and some have done. No things like nothing really early and he's gotten very angry very resentful any sacrifice so much of his life and I'm not saying that's right or wrong in fact I don't know what the right answer is. Here's one thing to say is that you can't think is ever going to be fair like you're super lucky right now that you and your brother are completely on the same aim page but from all the people who've left these amazing messages that's not the case. Almost just a you know just so you know. You're not alone of the messages as we received. I didn't get any where it's like. Oh the whole families on the same page. There's always one person who ends up being like the person who's doing all the organizing all the scheduling. There's one person who tends to be there in person. There's one person who tends to be more financially responsible. Sometimes at one person does all of those things and their siblings are doing no things so I think that's a whole nother conversation we could have. This could probably be ten part series. But what are your thoughts on. I have mine. What are your your thoughts on the guilt and the feeling that some people have that okay? I set my whole life aside. Because it's it's my obligation to care for my parents in such a way that it like takes over the life I was living. We had this conversation and I think I know for myself that if I was in my dad's situation that I wouldn't want brock in Sierra to feel like they were obligated obliterated to do a massive amount nor do I've already told you is like you know once I get to a certain stage on you know or whatever you I don't expect you to take care of me and I think that in my circumstance right now is I know for Thaqt that my dad doesn't want Robin I and you and the family to take on this burden you you know and I don't want to call it a burden right now but it's to take on this responsibility of taking care of them 'cause like right now he still has is enough cognition to like you know like. He looked at me the other day when we went to the doctor. He's like we're paying for this so like he already knows like. There's extra extra I don't want you to pay for it. Yes yes you know. So he knows enough to where like okay. This doesn't need to be a financial thing for Britain. Selene Lien or Robin Dana. Or that's my brother and sister-in-law and so I know that he wouldn't want that so I think I'm okay with whatever we can do to provide him help in a better life and just opportunities and we're already doing it you know. We were reading the books. And we're listening to podcasts castle. Were doing the research and we're going to doctors and we're trying the best we can and I think that's I think for anybody that's what you gotta do. You gotta like do the best you can. Yeah

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AMD Outshines Intel at CES 2020

This Week in Computer Hardware

08:30 min | 7 months ago

AMD Outshines Intel at CES 2020

"Think the big news for us us at this week in computer hardware as Amdi is absolutely totally and utterly taking seven nanometer into the mobile space and gunning for Intel's tells biggest moneymaker on the CPU side which is of course laptop processors or mobile processors. And and that that was the big sticking point we've talked so much in two thousand nineteen about rising three thousand processors and they had their seven nanometer zen to architecture picture and as complicated as Pew Micro Architecture is just the fact that Ed they reached that seven nanometer number to do things like really push shit with aggressive clock speeds release more cores because they went to a new manufacturing technology that uses something called chip bullets which are little. CPU CPU while they're they're small. CPU dies that go on to a larger substrates. And you can put more than one of them onto a CPU so on desktop that can fit two of these things in the same size processor package that used to top out at four six maybe eight cores. And now we have products like they're sixteen core reisen nine three nine fifty x so on on the mobile side though there was brazen three thousand which was just kind of rebranded Zen plus technology from the year before so it was still on twelve nanometer. It it didn't really make the impact on mobile that you would expect it. Although we talked previously about Intel's woes kind of getting products out the door. They had their own fourteen hundred meter Issues with supply so more and more laptops started becoming available with Andy as an option even though it was an older architecture the great thing now as far as competition goes and and seeing where this will take us as far as mobile performance in two thousand twenty is susanne to is now on mobile big announcement and we're talking about mobile parts that are up to Acor sixteen threads and that's from a forty forty-five watt part that would be the rise in seven forty eight hundred h and actually a thirty five watt variant of. It called the forty eight hundred. H S also exists Eisai's Jason is one in an RG notebook. But you know it's pretty serious stuff. We're talking about you know four. Six eight core hyper threaded or in this case. SM T like multi threaded Parts for Mobile at seven nanometers hitting the kind of TDP. EP targets that we've been used to from inside with their higher performance mobile parts which up until recently I mean I think the highest part from Intel on mobile global is probably going to be. I think it's a core sixteenth as well. There's an option for that. In some very high in notebooks and linked the new macbook pro and that sort of thing prior to that they'd had an option for up two six cores and across the board most of their options around the four core mark and those are still fourteen nanometer parts. There are some ten meter parts out there. We you definitely saw more announcements of your stuff from Intel et ce. Yes but just the fact that reisen three thousand and is now on mobile. It's called Reisen. Four thousand that's the thing the mobile parts or a generation ahead as far as the naming convention goes but it's it's literally just the notebook variant of two thousand nineteen hottest product. So that's very big news and just Everything that that involves I really at at this point. They don't have navy on mobile we haven't you know we know that's coming coming we know they're working on Nahvi integration with AP US obviously amd has has scored the win with both of the new gaming systems. Coming up with the xbox playstation decision five so we coming but for now we've already seen things at CVS like the forty eight hundred thousand seven mobile part are paired with like an arts twenty sixty in a high end gaming laptop. And that's just something that we had just totally foreign to anybody who has gone to any of these shows covered industry for the last five or six years when any gaming laptop period or productivity machine. The one I'm holding in my lap right now I was always some form of either a core. I five or core. I seven mobile Intel part and if it offered discrete graphics it was probably going to be an invidia discrete graphics exchange and now. AMD has found their way into more and more laptop models throughout two thousand nineteen and now isn't just a sort sort of metoo products where they can fill a void left by Intel struggling to meet demand for their fourteen nine meterologist parts suddenly. It's it's a significantly better alternative in some cases depending on what the target is. I can't wait to get these end because we can look at at charts and we're looking at right now watching the video of you know single threaded performance gains multi threaded gains the graphic performance. Because there there are integrated graphics with these as well But just getting them in hand testing laptops and seeing what the finished product is going to be if the battery life is going to be any different than Intel Park because if we get these and they run at the same temperature as as an integral part and they have about the same battery life but you're getting higher core counts. It'll I feel like it could do the same thing. That's rising did on desktop where really pushes Intel to respond with more and more of what had been reserved for those ultra high performance. Like mobile workstation parts. Yeah because that's kind of what this is like the forty forty eight hundred zero reisen. Part is like a mobile workstation. CPU Yeah No. I mean that's the big thing for me. is they from really from a performance standpoint. This is this is fantastic right. 'cause we can pretty much guarantee they're gonNA cost less or the same amount of money. You're you'RE GONNA get a lot more course. What I'm very curious about is to see how ambitious Abe's architect fares are architecture with battery life? Because so much of Intel's Technical Prowess or engineering focus over the last few years has not been about like upping the amount of work clock cycles so so much as they have been working on reducing the amount of energy consumed by the processor at all and the associated chipsets sets and everything else around it and they have a lot of fairly serious engineering accurate and tied up in that we think you know and part of the reason we think that or I think that is because you know until told us for years at the Pierre is not the big power consumer the CPR is not too big power. It's the screen. And then they get a massive Chains they just re architect it the way they handled You know the power of the processor and all of a sudden battery lice went up like fifty percent and it was just kind of like okay. That happened but to get back to where you were going. I think if if you can you get more performance but you have to. The battery life is becomes less compelling story. I think they have to deliver battery Park. That is comparable to the Intel parts or the battery. Life's for us to. I mean this is exciting though I really WanNa see whether or not you know. HP Dell and Lenovo. Oh step up to sign up for these parts on their premier laptop lines which would be a gutsy move for them to this is going to piss off Intel and there's always the possibility is is amby going to be able to scale on this. Are the parts going to be. It's it's always exciting when you go with something new but I envy is a lot of experience with seven nanometer at this point and we seem to still be able to buy GP SO I. I feel That that the the the processes working that said I think their goals to sell like an order of magnitude more mobile processors. They sell jeep us. Because there's a lot more mobile users than there are are people Graphics cards for gaming so I mean in terms of like our coverage is probably the biggest story at the

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Voice Beyond Weather and Music with the Co-Founders of VoxxUp

Inside VOICE

07:17 min | 8 months ago

Voice Beyond Weather and Music with the Co-Founders of VoxxUp

"Now I know both of you are all about encouraging the voice tech world to think beyond whether music why do you think. The voice channel is underutilized in spite of the exploding adoption and Sunday. Start with you. I think the basic reason here is this. Particular Channel is still clearing that you glazed brands to brands ousted. Lot really last. This particular channel to engage with the customers veto to their customers in a meaningful manner which again brings gloves to the question. As to why are they not using the journal would effectively which we believe in this basically comes from interaction what action with a number of prospects and planes that have been working with right. I think it boils down to three things. One is. People are obeyed off off the exploding adoption of ways and smart speakers and You know the numbers are published regularly. But this didn't understand as to what is the use case that they can today the loss lack of education especially when the decision because as to how they can meaningfully engaged with the second Christian that the always face redoubt prospects and customers Hobie blue that skill or election exists somehow been only I believe that if they have say still have to market but some of that doesn't do for the voice skills our actions that they have still not able what do we aligned with the fact that that would also require a marketing make glove air in and there is an action awful brand with that that you can get into things and last but not least is the vision of Ottawa Everyone says okay. If you do this what is the auto identikit. And because of the spill Waverley as merely. Don't have a lot of the Matrix two pools that okay. This is what okay your customer kicks. Rabin Please Bay explicit all your amd market your brand of interest would increase planes and so on and so I think education and the understanding about marketing. His skills in action is also part of creating these things and the absence of metrics on three things instead. I believe that brands are not really placing the battalion. The Nicholas you know one more part to be added to that if you really look at that Voices relatively new. Oh and boys get be heavily utilized once you know part of our day to day life credit union. Now if you really look at that There is a slight I changing day. Track to scrape. That happens with the venue started jumping into the computer and the mobile revolution. Everything ready you know it all recurred. Some 'em I'm on the behavioral change to adopt that New China. I think over time everybody want offer all that our customers would be more comfortable to ask. Coast into this Dubai's these days. We know that we can get a lot of answers from Alexa Google home but you know how do you make it or activity that is adoption. It takes some time and but over the time you get better with that and more comfortable with that. That is a time we will have a lot of utility use cases can be easily deployed. You Oh you walk into your home and say you know what my next utility bills to pay or you ask your You know smart do is when is my how many more days for my vacation and when is my mortgage I believe do right. You know all these and be really comfortably asked it. Takes some behavioral changes for me matter of time to exploit and it is happening slowly and the the product British on. Yeah I think all the points both of you made are very true. I think that we're seeing that quite often. So what are some real use cases that brands can explore floor. That maybe they haven't thought of and can you share some of the interesting use cases you're dealing with large clients around the world. I think we have been grateful to look on pretty forward looking use cases when somebody nights claims across the blue out example Bank in Singapore and this is pretty large bank one hundred ninety billion dollars in assets under management stock use case we want to build a basic prisons on Weiss Sunderland. They prefer better weekly. You would be surprised to know even though Alexa Command sixty five percent of the market in the US in exactly clearly diverse in Southeast Asia in Southeast Asia in metrics dating attorney wasn't at the market is a group to Google the order to create a basic results me see basic prisons. It's almost like a of ABC's like information on the way center. So for example can warm and get all the information about the bankable Kabila Offerings that leadership their contact details and so on and so forth disbanding That's this doctor. And now they're talking about much. Water use is talking about the fact and they haven't glue uses the relationship. Managers can use screwing home to get a quick update. It'll be morning only media marketing the ruler so that they're really radi calls from the clients and is one of the next thing is Abo- They execute is able to get phonics. Lead it's to keep from being marketed in the day basking legal on this and it gets really extreme end market looses. These not only in good talking about. How can they have customers? Noel Skaters it does is basking Speakers and this mechanism of connecting Abandoned Las Vegas. Vu Editing bus entire so these are the use cases with victory and a very diverse industry and a surprising industry which is experimenting very very much with the voice technologies divine in spirits industry so reworking California based UELI richest probably buying in certain things and we answered also survey luxury working. And you're not that skill in the next fifteen was nearest. He's so what they are trying to do. is obviously to have a basic business with the leaders of the minority and the story behind the vanity and their products on this panel the tunnel when they went a couple of steps ahead and say I won't be Oscar. Excel as to wade. They can find a stool. Nia Dave's gold H Rankin just ask Alex. Tell me what can pick the next visit right and they should be able to locate a stool near the another very interesting use case that they are doing is can push a discount coupon to this particular channel which can be sent across immediately to League which they can be more to come a dependency of interesting use kids which I think sooner or later would be something that every detail it would retain because this becomes the Gus Waiting to see

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When should I upgrade my Ryzen CPU?

PC Perspective Podcast

02:31 min | 8 months ago

When should I upgrade my Ryzen CPU?

"I bought a reisen seven. Seventeen hundred accent x three seventy motherboard. When they were first released partially because of the promised upgrade path amd has really delivered on in for upgrades? Recently Micro Center had had the twenty seven hundred extra one thirty miss that sale my question. Do you think any core rising three thousand parts will be similarly discounted next year is a discount less likely likely because then to is TMZ seven nanometer instead of the less popular glue twelve present. Plus she twenty seven hundred six tempting but if they three thousand series series price coming down the next year I may hold out rather than doing. Multiple upgrades are primarily game. The next year is xbox and PS five. Maybe faster the seventeen hundred x which would could increase requirements for future games Seventy to the twenty seven hundred x is is unreasonable upgrade from the seventeen hundred just because you get some some higher burst speeds And that's GonNa have a positive effect on gaming remember. The seventy nine hundred hundred acts was was the lower Burst part and Minimum as compared to like the eighteen hundred acts which was the top end. And you know I I think if you found twenty seven hundred extra one thirty again. You're going to be happy with that upgrade yells. Let's check your mother board for Three thousand compatibility because I've seen a lot of tests and in the thirty six hundred not even thirty six hundred acts that the thirty six hundred is as fast if not a little faster within the twenty seven hundred x so prices will eventually go down. But I don't expect to see anything drastic until at least summer to maybe fall of two thousand twenty could be wrong but I think then three is is going to be a later part of twenty twenty rather than another like spring refresh. What we had This year well it wasn't a refresh was a major lodge but anyway yeah I mean the prices eventually go down but I don't. I don't see that happening happening. I mean you're going to get a couple of flash sales here and there I mean keep your eye out for maybe thirty six hundred x because again. I think you'll get a little bit better gaming performance and and Smooth for for not a whole lot more money than three six hundred but people have the opposite opinion mine and think that the three six hundred is really the the best price performance of of the entire group up to you but I like the three six hundred ex

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"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

"It's fantastic people within the company tended to gravitate toward either the CPU side of the business, or the GP side of the business. And both sides were competing over the same set of. Sources now competition within a single company is always a great thing. And it led to tension within MD as well as delays in product development, AMD's, CPU quality was starting to slide as well. The opteron processor called Barcelona didn't ship on time. And when it did finally come out and had a bug in the design that when fixed slowed the chips performance speed by about ten percent of you years later, the bulldozer processor had similar issues in retrospect, some engineers fault. The acquisition for dividing the focus of the company and the lack of an overall roadmap for being the reason that the company was reeling a little bit. Meanwhile, PC sales in general were slowing down as the world began to shift more toward mobile computing AMD founded self in choppy waters. Again, Ruas has managed to take care of one big problem. The fabrication facilities that were making far too many chips frame, d. To sell. He arranged a deal with a group of investors from Abu Dhabi to sell off. AMD's fabrication plants. The idea was that MD when the Goshi, eight production contracts with this new company, and that new company could also accept fabrication contracts from other manufacturers since the production, capacity for all the fabrication plants exceeded, what AMD needed not long after that RAs would step down as CEO Dirk Meyer, who had worked on the design of AMD's k seven chip became the new CEO, Elon, remember, when I said, AMD and Intel settled that lawsuit in two thousand nine one reason AMD might have agreed to come to the table with a settlement was that Intel lawyers, reclaiming the agreement between AMD and Intel to cross license. The x eighty six instruction set was only valid if AMD was both the designer and the fabricator of the chips, but now AMD was outsourcing fabrication and. That according to Intel's lawyers was in violation of the agreement. So it's possible AMD came to the table to negotiate a settlement in order to avoid a judgment on that point. Meyer would serve a CEO from two thousand eight to two thousand eleven he was effectively removed from the position by the AMD board analysts at the time were a bit surprised Meyer had been focusing on the traditional CPU market and making a MD competitive there with plans to address the mobile market a little bit later further down the road..

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"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

"Peppy AMD was producing more chips than it could sell. And that was probably part of that whole crazy. Fabrication plant strategy. Sanders had pursued in the nineties, they were literally making more chips than they had orders for in two thousand one AMD posted a net loss of sixty one million dollars but the following year. It was incredible. It was a loss of one point three billion dollars. In two thousand three it was another two hundred seventy four million dollar loss. This is not a trend you want to seek continue. Now all the company was introducing innovations. It was still battling its nemesis. Intel in the courtrooms AMD brought another anti competitive suit against Intel in two thousand four two thousand five this time in the United States. The complaint was forty eight pages long and accused Intel of using a monopolistic approach to strong arm companies to work with Intel rather than with AMD at this point AMD had several lawsuits against Intel pending, in various courts, and in two thousand nine Intel bargained a settlement agreement with AMD until executives promised that their company would abide by a list of rules to avoid anti competitive practices. Now, according to see net the settlement included a pale to MD to the tune of one point two five billion dollars. Well, that certainly can help in an era, where. The company is losing money through sales, until also would introduce its famous tick talk strategy in which the company would I design a new microchip architecture typically by reducing the size of the individual components from the previous generations architecture? And then cramming more components onto a single chip. So, in other words, you say let's take the design from the last generation of microchips make everything smaller. Add more to it and release that, then they would follow this up with the tuck part of the cycle, they would dedicate research and development to find out how to best optimize the new smaller components to create a new architecture. That makes the best use out of that. So the tick is the new architecture the or the new the, the smaller components and the talk was the new optimization of that each generation of chips represented either take or a talk, this helped reduce risk and expenses on Intel's research development. And held the company mount a counter attack against AMD AMD got aggressive in the wake of their innovations in two thousand six the company acquired a graphics card company called a TI technologies Inc. For more than five billion dollars AT. I had launched in the mid eighties in Canada and become known for their graphics processing units. And for a while AMD would market graphics processing cards, under the brand, name in fact, in many ways, AD I continued to perform as if it were a subsidiary company and not a true part of AMD, something that in hindsight, critics have suggested was a problem according to an ours technical article that was titled the rise and fall of AMD highly recommend you read that by the way, it's a two part article..

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"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

"To understand is that the company was able to push clock rates up to one gigahertz AMD also began to manufacture its own motherboards anticipating that the day might come when compatibility with Intel's motherboards would come to an end. So hey, what the heck is a motherboard? I've mentioned it a couple times in this episode. A motherboard is just a printed circuit board. It's sort of the highway system for information inside a computer, the motherboard, typically has connectors into which you can plug other circuits like a CPU is a circuit, so you can plug a CPU into a motherboard or a GP you the graphics processing unit the motherboard provides the physical connections between all these different components so that these circuit. Hits can send proper commands to the right places now not all CPU's or GP us for that matter are compatible with all motherboards motherboards can accept certain types of CPS and not others. And that's one of the reasons it's really important to research first before you set out to build your first computer, it's entirely possible to pick up sweet components that look great on paper, but ultimately won't work together because they're incompatible so AMD set out to build its own computer platform. But in this case Intel was able to outperform AMD, well AMD's processors were blazing. The motherboard chipset as a whole wasn't quite able to match Intel's four four zero be x component still, it showed that AMD was going to push hard to compete with Intel amd also introduced a new line of chips designed for.

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"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

"Think that was a pretty good choice. It gave them a starting point to work from, and they were able to really build on that and make a success out of it. The k five's design was a little bit complicated and that place limits on how much clock speed AMD could get out of it. But at the same time, the AM d engineers had made the operations really efficient so while it might have a technically lower clock speed than a competing microprocessor, this increased efficiency helped balance things out. So that in the end result, it seemed like the K five was actually faster than its counterparts that technically had higher clock speeds. Yes, the other microprocessors could run more operations per second. But K fives efficiency was such that was able to make up for that lost ground. Now when we come back, I'll talk more about AMD's experiences in the nineteen nineties and beyond. But first, let's take a quick break. Most people admit that they've driven distracted and because of that, we've grown accustomed to seeing it in our daily lives. And because of that we feel awkward speaking up about it, but it's time all of that changed, if you see someone using their phone behind the wheel, it's okay to say something, let's get people to speak up when they see a driver thumbing through their phone to let everyone know that distracted driving is simply put not. Okay. I'm a pedestrian. I walk everywhere. And when I come up to Crosswalks every time it seems I'm seeing at least three or four drivers go by looking at their phones. Or maybe even taking a selfie and ninety three percent of drivers say, they don't approve of distracted driving. But eighty two percents still use their smartphones behind the wheel when it comes to distracted driving. We all know it's not okay. But most of us never say a word about it. So next time you see a driver using their phone, speak up. Distracted driving is reckless take the. Pledge to end. Distracted driving at it can wait dot com. A message from AT and T. AMD would follow up the K five with a microprocessor called the now, wait for.

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"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

"Of microprocessors, and that the three eighty six and later interruptions, were excluded AMD, obviously disagreed with this interpretation of their agreement claiming that all x eighty six derivatives were covered under this ten year plan that they had struck with Intel back in nineteen eighty two at the same time things were shifting in the PC market. You might remember from my episode about early computer systems that there used to be a ton of different types of PC's on the market in the late seventies and early eighties each with its own hardware and operating system. The ones we think about today are windows based machines and MAC computers. As far as personal machines are concerned, but up through the early nineteen eighties. The field was much more crowded the ad companies like Tandy Commodore in Meagher and others competing with apple an IBM, however, by the. Mid nineteen eighty s the field had thinned out, significantly IBM had secured valuable deals with corporations becoming known as the computer of choice for office workstations, apple maintained, a more niche market of users interested in the creative power of the MacIntosh everyone else, sort of began to fade away, and this left the IBM PC, and it's compatible clones with the lion's share of the market. In fact, by the time Intel was trying to block AMD the IBM PC market share had grown to about eighty four percent of all personal computers. So this was a really big deal AMD had helped cement, the x eighty six chip as the go-to microprocessor for computers, and now it will like Intel was going to run away with the whole thing. Things were starting to smell a little anticompetitive, Amdi did still have an agreement to the underlying instructor. Set for the x eighty six family of processors. So in some respects AMD was still in the game. But until wasn't going to share the actual physical design of the three eighty six microprocessor with AMD. So the engineers day Diese dealt to reverse engineer, the three eighty six and build their own version of it while the legal battle continued in the courts verse..

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"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

"Plus, if something should happen to Intel than IBM would be up the creek as far as its computers were concerned, they'd have no supplier for their micro-processors. So IBM essentially told Intel, hey, we can make a deal and it's going to be a big one. It'll make you lots of money, but you have to figure out how to license your technology to another manufacturer so that we can get the number of chips. We need to meet our demand Intel not wanting to lose this valuable contract agreed to IBM's terms and then turned to AMD thus Intel an AMD entered into an agreement until would supply. AMD with the proprietary information about how the eighty eighty six and by extension. The x eighty six instruction set architecture worked, and AMD would start producing some of Intel's chips and the two competitors. Joined forces to meet IBM's expectations. Now in another episode, I talked about how IBM's decision to rely heavily on off the shelf components would lead to its eventual departure from the personal computer market, because other companies would replicate IBM computers by getting hold of those same, basic components and putting them together themselves. And part of that had to do with Intel and AMD not having to sign any sort of exclusive deal with IBM, so not only did these companies make a killing off IBM. They also benefited from all the IBM compatible manufacturers, the grew out of that era. And both Intel and AMD were raking in the cash until would continue to supply. MD with database tapes for the design of the eighty six the eighty one eighty six and the eighty to eighty six which gave a MD the ability to make clones of those chips. Plus the variance like the eighty eighty eight and the eighty one eight those were variations on the x eighty six architecture. Now, AMD did not put all its eggs in the Intel second source basket. It was also developing chips for risk computers, risk, or r I s c stands for reduced instruction set computer a relies on a processor, designed that follows a simplified set of instructions and it's an alternative to complex instruction set computing or c I s see the idea of our, I s c computers is that they do fewer things, but the things they do they can do much more quickly and efficiently, the power PC microprocessor architecture, which was a joint venture..

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"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"amd" Discussed on TechStuff

"For our product than we can personally manufacturer. So we are willing to strike a deal with you where you can make our stuff and sell it because the demand is there, and you'll pay us a little licensing fee, so that we get some money out of this that we, we meet our customer demands, and you make money and I make money. And that's sort of the idea that AMD had was, I log where they were allowed to produce Zaylon chips in return for this licensing fee now before long it became clear that Siemens and AMD had. Very different visions of where advanced microcomputers should go, and in nineteen seventy nine just two years after entering into the joint venture AMD would buy out. Siemens stake in that company and AMD would continue to operate advanced microcomputers for a short while though would choose to shut it down in nineteen Eighty-one because of another big opportunity then opportunity came straight from their old nemesis Intel in the nineteen seventies until had developed the eighty eighty six microprocessor and by extension, what has become known as the x eighty six instruction set architecture. This was a significant advancement over Intel's eight bit processor. The eighty eighty that was the one that AMD had managed to reverse engineer and affectively clone a couple of years earlier, the eighty eighty six microprocessor was a top candidate when another tech giant IBM was. Looking at microprocessors that might power, its upcoming IBM PC. But big blue had a concern IBM was worried that the demand for the IBM PC would quickly exceed Intel's manufacturing capacity, and that would result in shortages and delays in the supply chain, which in turn would make IBM's customers unhappy..

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"amd" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"amd" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"AMD twenty one percent AMD. So even if. Works. Eight seven seven six hundred gay joined a gang waiting for your.

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"amd" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"amd" Discussed on Security Now

"It was going to be imminently come out and other ways or yeah good good point yep there are reasons you might want to make it go public as soon as possible well i mean nothing could be nothing could possibly put amd under more pressure so if they if there is any sense that they that they weren't going to be listened to that amd was blowing them off that you know that it wasn't going to get fixed you know like as as as you said maybe they do have some information about about something else going on that really makes this half to happen as fast as possible we just don't know yet so i imagine more information will becoming and will of course keep our listeners in the loop yeah wow yeah not what you want to have happen should i guess this means you shouldn't buy amd processor for while i mean there are people in the rooms say kasha was going to go get one today wait a little while at least to hear what mitigations there are maybe is not a real threat maybe amd will come out and say oh it's we've been analyzed this is not a real threat or i don't know yeah i sound like intel doesn't have its own problems right right and maybe i mean most of this is firmware update able apparently except for the one the hardware variant of the camera flaw and we don't know that you can't work around that with firmware to to maybe shut down something maybe it means you have to turn off one of your usb ports or who knows but i it would be difficult.

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"amd" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"amd" Discussed on Security Now

"Publication they say c t s has shared this information with amd microsoft on a small number of companies that could produce patches mitigations on the other hand we know from a practical standpoint that telling the world twenty four hours after you reveal this to amd there's no way that that's not irresponsible you know at at a minimum ninety days to allow amd or or a week to allow amd to evaluated independently come to their own conclusions and produce a response not even that courtesy was given so it is it's very difficult not to hold these people responsible for to some degree to any damage which occurs as a consequence the fact that it's not possible for t to expect anyone to react anyone to react in twenty four hours to this kind of disclosure and i and and this is an outboard chipset we we we know very little about at this point i'm sure i'll have a follow up next week the the good news is they did not release i mean thank goodness proof of concept or additional details the problem is that that the world now knows the hacker world now knows there is a big juicy target here and there's now a race to see whether wet will first of all whether there's any remediation that can be done than that has to get created and has to get somehow pushed out to the affected motherboards wild in parallel bad guys are working to figure out what it was but that c t s has figured out and leverage it before that can happen so anyway.

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"amd" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"amd" Discussed on Security Now

"Publication they say c t s has shared this information with amd microsoft on a small number of companies that could produce patches mitigations on the other hand we know from a practical standpoint that telling the world twenty four hours after you reveal this to amd there's no way that that's not irresponsible you know at at a minimum ninety days to allow amd or or a week to allow amd to evaluated independently come to their own conclusions and produce a response not even that courtesy was given so it is it's very difficult not to hold these people responsible for to some degree to any damage which occurs as a consequence the fact that it's not possible for t to expect anyone to react anyone to react in twenty four hours to this kind of disclosure and i and and this is an outboard chipset we we we know very little about at this point i'm sure i'll have a follow up next week the the good news is they did not release i mean thank goodness proof of concept or additional details the problem is that that the world now knows the hacker world now knows there is a big juicy target here and there's now a race to see whether wet will first of all whether there's any remediation that can be done than that has to get created and has to get somehow pushed out to the affected motherboards wild in parallel bad guys are working to figure out what it was but that c t s has figured out and leverage it before that can happen so anyway.

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"amd" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"amd" Discussed on Security Now

"Okay so what happened thirteen critical security vulnerabilities and what they describe as manufacturer back doors were discovered throughout amd reisen an epic product lines in their little qna that is on at the at the amd flaws dot com site they said m i affected the answer any consumer organisation purchasing amd servers workstations or laptops are ffected by these vulnerabilities and of course we have to back off a little bit and say if they contain these effected chipsets and so basically said the site is to inform the public about the vulnerabilities in call upon amd and the security community to fix vulnerable products i doubt that much calling upon we'll be necessary but there is they have another site safe firmware dot com where the white paper can be found at forward slash amd flaws underscore white paper dot pdf so there are a total of four vulnerabilities three in firmware and one in hardware and this is the fourth hardware vulnerability which is unfixable they claim because it is a hardware problem it is something apparently a back door built into presumably by this amd subcontractor will get to in a second the other three there's reisen fall there's fallout and master key are firmware vulnerabilities which presumably can be fixed these guys in their research did succeed in rewriting the firmware remotely of of this firmware reprogrammable outboard chip that does the security and we're able to store to install persistent threats into the firmware so it looks to me like the biggest problem midges in terms of practical remediation is with camera and so they write back doors inside reisen chipset the camera vulnerabilities are an array of hidden manufacturer back doors inside amd's promontory chipsets these chipsets are an integral part of all reisen and reisen pro workstations there exist two sets of back doors differentiated by their implementation one is implemented implemented excuse me within the firmware running on the chip while the other is inside the chips ace sick you know.

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"amd" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"amd" Discussed on Security Now

"Okay so what happened thirteen critical security vulnerabilities and what they describe as manufacturer back doors were discovered throughout amd reisen an epic product lines in their little qna that is on at the at the amd flaws dot com site they said m i affected the answer any consumer organisation purchasing amd servers workstations or laptops are ffected by these vulnerabilities and of course we have to back off a little bit and say if they contain these effected chipsets and so basically said the site is to inform the public about the vulnerabilities in call upon amd and the security community to fix vulnerable products i doubt that much calling upon we'll be necessary but there is they have another site safe firmware dot com where the white paper can be found at forward slash amd flaws underscore white paper dot pdf so there are a total of four vulnerabilities three in firmware and one in hardware and this is the fourth hardware vulnerability which is unfixable they claim because it is a hardware problem it is something apparently a back door built into presumably by this amd subcontractor will get to in a second the other three there's reisen fall there's fallout and master key are firmware vulnerabilities which presumably can be fixed these guys in their research did succeed in rewriting the firmware remotely of of this firmware reprogrammable outboard chip that does the security and we're able to store to install persistent threats into the firmware so it looks to me like the biggest problem midges in terms of practical remediation is with camera and so they write back doors inside reisen chipset the camera vulnerabilities are an array of hidden manufacturer back doors inside amd's promontory chipsets these chipsets are an integral part of all reisen and reisen pro workstations there exist two sets of back doors differentiated by their implementation one is implemented implemented excuse me within the firmware running on the chip while the other is inside the chips ace sick you know.

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"amd" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"amd" Discussed on Security Now

"That has to say amd c t s labs has also shared this information with relevant us regulators c t s labs they write is a cybersecurity research firm and consultancy based in tel aviv israel specializing in hardware and embedded system security for more information about cps lives please c c t s hyphen labs dot com okay so does i've said the vulnerabilities don't affect amd's zen cpu cores themselves but rather two different ships that are part of the reisen and epochs system set the first is the arm based amd secure processor which as i mentioned before is kind of like their their equivalent of the secure enclave and the second is known as the promontory chipset which is produced by taiwanese subcontractor as media and these people are not happy about the work that as media that is c c t s labs is unhappy about that so they're all there has been so far from amd because i mean this just happened is that amd responded quote at amd security is a top priority and we're continually working to ensure the safety of our users as new risks arise daily we the they continue we are investigating this report which we just received to understand the methodology and merit of the findings and so i need to say also that me my first reaction upon seeing this was okay wait maybe we should hold off saying anything like but dill that would mean a week delay rather than a day delay and so i thought well no the best that could happen is it it turns out that this is wrong but this it seems the more i looked at it and doug into their research the more credible and and and verifiable this appeared.

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"amd" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"amd" Discussed on Security Now

"That has to say amd c t s labs has also shared this information with relevant us regulators c t s labs they write is a cybersecurity research firm and consultancy based in tel aviv israel specializing in hardware and embedded system security for more information about cps lives please c c t s hyphen labs dot com okay so does i've said the vulnerabilities don't affect amd's zen cpu cores themselves but rather two different ships that are part of the reisen and epochs system set the first is the arm based amd secure processor which as i mentioned before is kind of like their their equivalent of the secure enclave and the second is known as the promontory chipset which is produced by taiwanese subcontractor as media and these people are not happy about the work that as media that is c c t s labs is unhappy about that so they're all there has been so far from amd because i mean this just happened is that amd responded quote at amd security is a top priority and we're continually working to ensure the safety of our users as new risks arise daily we the they continue we are investigating this report which we just received to understand the methodology and merit of the findings and so i need to say also that me my first reaction upon seeing this was okay wait maybe we should hold off saying anything like but dill that would mean a week delay rather than a day delay and so i thought well no the best that could happen is it it turns out that this is wrong but this it seems the more i looked at it and doug into their research the more credible and and and verifiable this appeared.

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"amd" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"amd" Discussed on Security Now

"Got in our registered domain name there's registered they've got graphics artists at work they've got videos they've got fat this is not a md this is the the the group that discovered it karadzic did the group the group is yes the group is c t s labs oh and you can imagine amd is not happy right now they were they were given as i mentioned the top the show one day twenty four hours notice of this all going public but this has a good name which means it's going to spread like wildfire because it's all about the name right it's reisen fall i like it that's actually brilliant name so the the group is c t s labs there in his rayleigh tel aviv based team of researchers their press release dated march thirteenth which is today eight am i'm sorry ten a m eastern said c t s labs a cybersecurity research ferment consultancy today released a severe security advisory on advanced micro devices inc processors a c t s lab security audit they write revealed multiple critical security vulnerabilities and manufacturer manufacturer back doors in amd's latest epoch that's e p y c reisen reisen pro and reisen mobile processors now technically these are in the chipsets that is supporting chips but we'll get that to get to that in a second these vulnerabilities had the potential to put organizations at cigar efficiently increased risk of cyber attacks c t s labs has produced a white paper report further detailing these vulnerabilities available at amd flaws dot com and there's like several offers on that page to download the white paper which of course i did and spend some time with it c t s labs has also shared this information with i'll say i'll add editorially yesterday amd microsoft hp dell and select security companies in order that they may work on developing mitigations and patches and examine research these and other potential vulnerabilities at the company.

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"amd" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"amd" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"This snapdragon x sixteen elti modem and would be able to game other things just on that powerful assistant probably gonna be plugged in so we have our first all amd laptop like not of all time like i probably at some point like eight years ago of modern her like mine is tech tips covered one like i don't remember it as long time ago so quarrier acu sentence over a gaming laptop that scott polar a players gpu and a rise in cpu so we're gonna be checking that a pretty soon cool hindi is finally relevant and laptops again or maybe they're not i don't know we haven't tested it yet but there are there are they got design wins and that's a lot more than they could say over the last couple of years hall boy so i lost about three hundred dollars okay okay i'll say that the original article here's from writers which i will confess i did not know how this was pronounced until like less than a year ago i thought it was like rude irs readers i could yet and like whenever i heard people say reuters like just kind of know on the periphery i thought they were talking about like steroids never neverland close attention that's funny i don't think i've ever attempted to pronounce it like with no preknowledge yeah i heard the name before i read the name yeah well you know what i'd had enough of your i've had enough of your comments twitch chat which i don't even have to look at the twitch chat to know that i'm getting lake skinned alive over there.

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