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"Aaron was an E Aaron Carson. Good morning. I'm going to talk to you. Good morning. There's just this stuff is really exciting. There's a report that claims that a new blood test Could help detect up to 50 different types of cancers. Tell us about it. Sure, So there's this company called Grail, and they've made this blood test. You know that some very promising, according to researchers, and essentially, it's using machine learning to recognize patterns in blood that are associated with all these different cancers. The researchers actually showing this right now. That So far it has a very low false positive rate, which is great and can detect cancer about 88% of the time. So that said This is actually commercially available at the moment about 49 states, but it has not been approved by the FDA just yet. There's probably going to be a few more years. Um But Canada hope here is that this will become like a go to diagnostic tool instead of a compliment to other testing that we have, which you know, maybe a little bit. More time true and been around longer, but is definitely more limited in the scope of how many cancers it can look out for. Right or more invasive. The other ones generally are. I mean, goodness sakes. I can tell you that Hey, and Nintendo District just revealed its latest switch Gadget. It's already like we're going to be one of the hot electronics this holiday season. What the heck is the switch gadget? All right. So we have this. Yeah, We're expecting this new Nintendo switch in October, which is, um, kind of, you know, little hand held sort of portable video game device that also has a doxy Can, you know? Play it on the go or of your TV. It's going to have a seven inch led screen and improved adjustable kickstand. Um Some other upgraded features, like better internal storage, Better audio, which is so cool, but not terribly exciting. Um, you know, the olive display screen is going to be crisper and brighter. But the resolution is going to be about what it already is kind of the same thing with the processing power. It's going to be, you know, similar so Video game. Experts, um Yesterday, kind of put out a laundry list of things that were actually not getting with the new switch. So you know we're happy to have a new model coming out, but it feels a little bit more like an iterations and sort of like a whole new, exciting version of this device. It's been very popular. Alright. They just polished the old one up a little bit. Yeah, I got it. Hey. Speaking of the holiday shopping season, three d printers are finally very affordable and a fascinating gift idea. You can make almost anything with these things, can't you? That's right. Yeah, You know, it's really fascinating. They've come a long way. And even just, you know, like the past decade or so we were stuck in this rat for a while, where people had all these cool ideas of things that they wanted to make. But Maybe the technology with a little clip, cheer and reliable. And these days has gotten a lot better. And like you said, a lot more affordable. Um, if you're interested in making things on the computer, if you've got that creative then you can nab a printer for under $300, which is a change when I used to be, Um, And what do you want to design, little figurines or Had a friend who made a belt holster for his bottle of hot sauce. It's a pretty interesting hobby to dig into Sounds like Yeah, I need a holster for my hot sauce. That's for sure that question. Hey, thanks very much, and we appreciate it. Aaron Carson at Aaron Carson. Would you can follow her had seen that dot com as well. Thanks again. We appreciate we'll talk to you next week. Take care now. Thank you. All right. See you. All right. Coming up at 8 41. We'll go live to the White House. The president wants to send people door to door to inject you. Yes. With what? That's the question. It's just straight ahead. Yeah. Traffic at 8 30 in Israel 6 10 w i.
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"Com slash yes 2021 Nielsen Report Limitations apply. Your next update in 10 minutes on news radio 6 10 w i o D. All right, Thanks, Paul. Warm and very human but much drier Start to our day this afternoon. Partly cloudy skies. 50% chance of showers and highs in the upper eighties. Time for our business News and Bloomberg chef boundary Marty Jeff Jimmy, a lot of drivers filled their gas tanks in the week leading up to the Fourth of July weekend. Gasoline consumption last week may have been the highest since September of 2019, an analyst at Gas Buddy estimates demand top 9.5 million barrels per day based on retail sales, Underscoring the dramatic comeback and travel and air travel is rebounding. American Airlines released some numbers on Holiday traffic. In a memo to employees American says it carried about 2.7 million passengers between July 1st and fifth. That was three times more than the same period last year, when pandemic lockdowns were still in effect. Nbcuniversal has decided to move its new movies to its own peacock streaming service after their run in theaters is over. The change will be a blow to HBO when it takes effect next year. Universal Studios will release some big titles in 2022, including the latest Jurassic World Film and the new installment in the Minions franchise. Back to you, Jimi. All right, thanks very much. A joint touring the program time to talk about technology with Aaron Carson, the staff reporter at CNN and CNN dot com. You can follow on Twitter by the way at Aaron Carson. That's.
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"Her on Twitter at Aaron Carson Aaron. Good morning to you and let's start with Apple because they had Ah, huge reveal recently. That's where we learn about air tags and couple other items. But now we're already hearing rumors about new products. Some foldable iPhones what is going on there? That's right. So you know, the apple rumor mill never really goes Quiet. There's this prominent industry analyst who covers apples. Was predicting that Apple is going to release an eight inch foldable iPhone in 2023. This kind of follows some reports from January that Apple has worked up a prototype of a portable phone. We also know that over the years the company had taken out Friends of patents for foldable phones, and we also have some survey data that's come out. That shows that there's a lot of interest in this kind of particular type of phone and about half of us consumers are interested in having affordable home. So you know, certainly there is still some challenges that Apple is gonna have to face if they want to do this successfully like You know, really making sure that they have a glass display that doesn't crease and what, but it seems like Apple has something brewing here. Well, that would certainly be helpful for some of their bigger phone models. I mean, some of these things. It's like you've got a 65 inch TV in your pocket. I mean, they're just they're huge. So if you could kind of fold those down a bit that that would be kind of nice. That's right. And you know, that's one kind of idea that has been floating around is that people do like some of these bigger screens. You know, a few years back, we saw this trend with tablets, which were, you know the kind of larger stones that were almost like tablet, so we're kind of blurring the lines. Here and so for For people who like having that bigger screen, this could be a non option that will still let them slide a phone into their pocket or a smaller person. You know, whatever the case may be. Mother's Day is this weekend. I'm sure there's a lot of people listening right now. Still looking for the perfect gift. Somehow I'm ahead of the game. I actually I ordered the gift and I had, like an hour left for it to get to me in time for Mother's Day. I just It just all happened to work out which is very rare. So so I'm good. For this year, which is a shocker. It's It's very unusual, but for those who are in what tips do you have? Sure so on a scene that we've got a bunch of different gift guys and second, no shout out a few things here if you're looking for, you know more like tech gadgets Stuff. Amazon husband. Cool discounts right now on items like the Echo show 10. The broker who stream bar Kindle e reader and some, you know other sort of similar things are editors really like the Garden indoor hydroponic setting up starting with the Y If your mom's got a green, some sister, but an interesting check Gardening gadget. Um There's also you know some stuff to consider, like subscription boxes. You know, for everything from candles to T. That could make kind of Ah, fun gift that kind of keeps on going to that the year but this is an idea that would have to mean Um, noise canceling headphones? Yeah, There's my tip for the day. I love mine. And can I just tell you I've got the air pods that do that? And they really do cancel the noise because I've got this really annoying neighbor and they leave their dogs out sometimes in the patio, and the dogs just bark like, you know, this could go on for an hour. And sometimes I'm trying to get work done. I pop those things. And I'm not even listening to anything. Just using the noise cancelations. It works. E do that you I said, I put all the time with those on nothing coming through. Yeah, I mean, it worked it for music, too with sometimes I just need some peace and quiet and they work for that as well. So that is a great gift idea. Aaron Carson, Staff reporter at CNN and CNN dot.
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"Because a lot of earnings reports indicated that rising raw material costs are squeezing corporate profits. Alphabet shares moved higher after hours. The company's earnings easily topped forecasts a pick up in digital advertising at Google and YouTube more than made up for more than $1 billion loss of the autonomous vehicle and Drone Division. Alphabet also announced to $50 billion stock buyback. Microsoft's quarterly profit was bigger than expected, but it wasn't big enough to impress investors and shares of the software giant fell after hours. Economists say the Federal Reserve is all but certain to keep interest rates near zero and reiterate its pledge to continue buying bonds of the current pace. Central Bank wraps up a two day meeting this afternoon and chair Jerome Powell will hold a news conference back to you, Ryan, But thank you, Jeff Brian Gorman in for Jimmy several Oh, here on South Florida's first news. And now let's chat with Aaron Carson, staff reporter and CNN and CNN to come. You can follow her on Twitter at Aaron Carson Aaron. Good morning to you and let me start with Apple's new IOS 14.5. I did the upgrade, but I really don't know what exactly it did so curious to learn what I need to know about the operating system now on all my devices. Yeah, For sure. You know, the big headline that's coming out of this update is that Apple is going to start prompting you Give APS permission to track your activity across other APS and the Web and kind of the controversy here is that Facebook and basically Anyone else in the online ad space like doesn't really like this, because theoretically, When asked. Hey, can we track you? More people are gonna walk out of that than in. So you know, Facebook says this is gonna hurt to small businesses. Apple says no. This is going to give people more new transparency control over their data. So that's kind of the big thing. A couple other small features. It's going to be He's here to lock your phone with face idea while wearing a mask, But it requires you to have an apple watch to do that. That has become a very annoying and frustrating thing. Now, I guess there are ways to set up face. I'd to read your face with a mask on and I've seen some of the hacks and things like that. But, boy, you know what's frustrating about it. Not that it takes so much effort to enter the pass code. Just that you're so used to it. Just open it. It always catches me off guard when it doesn't work. Exactly. Well, you know, we built these these habits with our devices. And so when you have those little this little bumps that necessarily, you know our earth shattering it. Kind of. You know, you can tell the things they're off. Yeah, I'm like, Are you kidding? I gotta enter a six digit pass code. This is outrageous. What? What is going on here on Ben? Of course. I gotta try to remember what it is. Let me ask you about road coup and the devices and this issue that's happening between them and Google, which of course, owns YouTube TV? Right. So you know, Roku and Google are basically working through how to extend a deal that puts the YouTube TV app which, by the way, is a different captain. Just regular YouTube do too. And so, you know, Roque, who is saying that Google is being anti competitive and wants to manipulate search results, and, you know, impact usage of data and ultimately cost you more money, Google says That's not true. And really, what This kind of boils down to is like. We've seen these kinds of disputes before. When there are negotiations happening over carriage like if you remember think few months back. It took it took a while for HBO. Mac to come to row crew, which was kind of wild. Both is still you know, one of the biggest of these kind of, you know, taking you extremely Platforms out there. I think they've had some issues recently with a specter and after those who have, you know, live in areas that have spectrum cable, so we'll kind of have to see how these negotiations shape out and whether you tube TV will Be on road crew in the future or not. It took a while for HBO, Max to come today, Amazon fire Stick to that. That didn't happen for quite a while. I know because I had used one of those hacks to get my fire stick before the actual app was there and it was available. I have YouTube TV. I made the switch a while ago. And I think it's a fantastic service. So we'll see if they stay on road crew because that would be frustrating for people who have that if they're not able to access U. T TV on it. Usually, these things get resolved, though eventually Aaron Carson, staff reporter, It's seen that on CNN dot com You can follow her on Twitter at Aaron Carson. Erin. Thanks so much for the time this morning. We appreciate it. Thank you. All right, and Manny, let's talk about sports, something that you can watch on road to YouTube TV wherever you want to watch your sports, and last night, it was a good night to watch at least.
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"April 22nd is Earth Day and just a reminder. We have a number of experiments. Onboard that our earth facing collecting data every day for our scientists to study the Earth. The weather forecast remains 80% Go for launch of the Falcon nine Rocket tomorrow morning at 6 11. And a safety alert for anyone who drives a Subaru. Nearly 875,000 Supes are being recalled to fix two separate problems, which could lead to a crash. In one the engine might stall while driving to tow a software short circuit that affects the cross track SUVs from 2018 and 19 and the impresses from 2017 through 2019. Other recall is because a rear suspension part can fall off cross tracks from 2018 and 19. Along with 2019. Forrester's owners are going to be notified within the next month, and no real big winner and last night's mega millions drawing, bumping the jackpot up to an estimated $277 million. That's putting the cash option and just over $189 million for the next drawing Friday night at 11 More news at 8 30 Potato six. I'm Natalie Rodriguez Ryan back to you. Thank you. Natalie Ryan Gorman in for Jimmy Stuff alone here on South Florida's first news and coming the sour and just a few moments, we'll talk to Wi OD Legal analysts in South Florida trial attorney Mark Eiglarsh will get his reaction to the verdict yesterday. Also gonna talk to Aaron Carson, staff reporter at C Net about Apple's big event and everything they unveiled and then we'll go to the White House and check in with ABC News correspondent Karen Travers to get reaction from president vice president about the Derrick Show, Vin. Verdict, so lots to come. Plus, of course, weather and traffic all on the way Here on 6 10. W I o D I. Heart media of Washington, D C has teamed up with the Humane.
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"Think more than half a million workers were hired by private employers this month. And the Realtors report on pending home sales is also on the way this morning. Back to you, man. All right, Thank you very much, Chef. It is a 22 on news radio 6 10 w Y O T time to check in with Aaron Carson, a staff reporter and CNN and sina dot com joins us every week at this time to talk tack. You could follow her on Twitter at Aaron Carson. Good morning, Erin. Good morning. Tell us about Google's experimental stack apple. What is this? And what is it supposed to do? Right. So this is a new app that's gonna let users scan and organize documents. And that could be anything from her seat to build any paperwork. All your scans blue, backed up by Google drive and automatically categorized and then from there, theoretically, you could search your stands by using text from the documents so As you mentioned. It's experimental. Google is saying there could be some, you know, pick up out of the gate, but it's out now and available for Android. Yeah, you know, it's it's funny. You've got all these companies whether it's it's Google or Amazon. Microsoft. There are wanting to correlate all of your information in one place, and I just somehow I don't feel like that's a good idea. Right? Yeah. You know, there's this competition for you to pick an ecosystem right? And stay in the ecosystem. Yeah, it kind of scares me a little bit. Um, Apple just announced the return of its developers conference. They did it yearly, I guess last year we didn't do it cause of covert. Do we have any clue what they're gonna be revealing this time around? Right, so they sent out the invites. Just yesterday. It's going to be June 7th and you know, like you mentioned virtual again. We don't know specifics, but picnic. Typically w. W. D C is the Event that focuses on their software platform. So this is probably going to include UPDATES to Iowa iPad OS Marco is all the OS is all the software we used to run on our devices. I know that all of us have kind of, you know, reached out beyond our usual boundaries during pandemic Over the last year, I knew you were growing. What tomatoes in your bathroom and stuff like that. But you've got involved in some other new activities during the pandemic as well. Tell us about your latest research on Jell O and its prevalence in American cooking history. It's a little bit on So I love an Internet rabbit hole, And this is partially spurred by a book. The My Book Club is reading. But it was kind of news to me that Jell O and particularly aspect, which is basically jealous and made with meat broth was was quite prevalent. Sort of, you know, American mid century soon. And I dug into why, and I learned that hundreds of years ago gelatin was reserved for the very wealthy because it's very difficult to make. But one instant Jello is created it hit of the time. When food was being industrialized. You have arrived technology like refrigeration, and he's kind of treated a bit like a marker of science and progress and and I can just get lost in Google Image search. We're looking at photos of Jell O mold from the sister and some of those some of the recipes I saw you post on your social media sounded not the most appetizing things in the world. Great. We're seeing things like deviled eggs and peas and hot dogs. Also room together and I couldn't get behind Jell O and fruit. But you know, you lose me a little bit with the deviled eggs. I don't know if you've had a chance. I think it's the history channel have had a great series on the foods that built America. Have you seen these? I haven't. But I'm going to write that down and watch it. Yeah, my brain is if you haven't had a chance of that, I think of like five or six different different episodes on I've found them fascinating. Very well put together so you could check it out. I think it's the history channel. You could stream that, Aaron. Always a pleasure. We will talk to you next week. Thank you. That's Aaron Carson Staff reporter had seen it and sina dot com again. You could follow her on Twitter at Aaron Carson. She does some really, really need things. Aside from a writings like this whole Jell O thing. I was fascinated reading some of the stuff she discovered how pot how it came to be so popular back then you know, the 19 fifties and things like that. A 26 on NewsRadio. 6 10 w Why don't we check in with will all top and the latest look at sports? Well, Manning the Final four is seconds Aga.
Clubhouse counts Oprah, Elon Musk and Zuck as members. What is it?
"Give you a virtual walk through of clubhouse is savvy reporter aaron carson welcome. Thanks for having me. So first of all for folks who aren't as tied into the silicon valley culture As as we are what is clubhouse. Clubhouse is an audio based invite only chat app. It's basically a social network and lets people from around the world hop into these virtual rooms and talk about whatever topic they wanted to guess. And what what's it like to use because it's You know. I think everyone familiar with chat apps and was zoom in via covered. Saying this is all only. It's a little bit different. So what's that experience like so when you log into clubhouse the first thing you see is something that looks a little bit like a news feed but they call it a hallway and in the hallway. You're looking at all these different rooms. That are alive at the moment. And say you can see what people are talking about whether it's Something like branding and marketing or the film industry and you can see how many people are in a room and a few of the names of the people who were there and if you want to actually go inside a room. Virtually tap on it and you're their waste audience in speakers and they're chatting away so it's a what is it like in one of those rooms is our is. Everyone's speaking is a dynamic discussion between multiple people or is it more like a lecture hall style. You're saying some it depends a little bit on how the room is set up. Generally what you have is an audience in a stage and there are typically moderators. Who were kind of running the show so in a room. That's set up to be a little bit more of a discussion. Let's say that people are talking about something that you want to contribute some opinion too. You can press a button and raise your hand in a moderator. Might let you on stage and then you essentially have talking privileges but there are other events that are more set up like a panel that you might go to a conference so you might have some folks on stage three or four talking about a certain thing in your role is just to kind of hang out in the audience lesson yeah. I was scrolling through clubhouse last night. Actually china look at different topics. A lot of it was like marketing. A lot of it was silicon valley. Step i don't know if it's just the people follow but like the topics weren't ones. I necessarily want like commit time to like listen to but it's definitely an interesting concept of another way to bring people together what. I don't know if you could explain to me why it's gotten so popular why it's gotten so much buzz. I think there are three main things at work. I think that you know. Read out of the gate. This is something that launched in march and this is right as the pandemic was happening and so at a time when we can't actually been be in a room with other people. I think there's a certain appeal for being able to be in a room even if it's virtual and hear all these other voices in conversation and whatnot. Do we might not be getting right now. A second point is that this has attracted a lot of kind of notable names from both hollywood and silicon valley. And i think for a lotta people. They've sent it feels a little bit like the early days of twitter where you're on twitter. So is your favorite. You know actor and filmmaker and whoever else feels a little bit more even you know in terms of of access. It feels like a party to. Maybe you want to be at right. And then i think the third element to this is exclusivity. it's the kind of scarcity that creates demand because this is invite only. It's still in beta and so you have to know somebody who was on the app in order to get an invitation so it kind of makes you feel like there's there's something cool going on and you would like to be there to check
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"The pandemic is still weighing on Starbucks sales. But the coffee chain posted a quarterly profit. The top Wall Street forecasts. Revenue fell just short of what investors expected. Starbucks reported a 5% drop in same store sales for the quarter Sales picked up in China Stocks ended lower yesterday. But just barely. The Dow fell. 23 points. The S and P lost six points and the NASDAQ lost 10 data on home loan demand and durable goods orders, and a lot of corporate earnings reports will get attention on Wall Street Today. Apple, Boeing and Facebook are among the companies that will be checking in today, many back to you. Thank you very much. It's a 23 on a Wednesday morning. That means it's time to bring in Aaron Carson. Staff reporter it seen it and sina dot com and you follow her on Twitter at Aaron Carson. Morning, Erin. Good morning. We don't have Verizon files here in Florida. But apparently they do in a lot of areas, especially up along the East Coast, and they had big outage problems yesterday. Tell us about it. Exactly great. So, like you said, a chunk of the East Coast cities like Boston and D. C. Has this outage yesterday and so you know, obviously, that makes you kind of doing zoom and black kids email and everything else kind of difficult when you don't have Internet This is a fairly widespread outage. Horizon actually tweeted that they think that the source of this was one of their bios fiber lines of cut in Brooklyn. Um, so you know, if you can imagine at the time when a lot of people are working from home learning from home, right, this really disrupted a lot yesterday, So they've been working to get everything repaired, but it seems like there might Maybe some folks still without service this morning. Very interesting. A lot of people complaining about that yesterday. It seems like there was some market manipulation taking place this week on Wall Street. The whole thing apparently hatched on some reddit platform, kid. Can you tell us exactly what went on? Sure. Yeah. So this is kind of wild s O James, stop, you know is this retailer that sells video game and on the stock market? I guess so far this year. A lot of people have been selling it short. You know, we're betting against it. And there's this red it page kind of devoted to stock market stuff. Where A bunch of people decided to use their own money to try to drive up the prices of game stop stuck by, you know, by buying it, and they actually managed to push the stock up about 822% on just what? Yeah. Wow, um And on Friday, so all of this resulted in about $1.6 billion in losses for short sellers, right. This is not something they were anticipating, and something very similar happened with BlackBerry as well. It isn't totally clear like why they wanted to do this. It seems like they were kind of experimenting to see if they could cause a rally. I guess it worked well, that Z fascinating and scary at the same time, Um, Exactly. Apple's new operating system has this update That's gonna come in handy for a lot of us that maybe are venturing out going to restaurants during the pandemic and And we're all generally being forced to use our phones to look at the menus. Right. So, Yeah, we've got this update That is that came out yesterday. I was 14.4. This is Alec a huge update, But like you said, it's got a couple interesting things to it. One, your camera is going to be able to recognize smaller queue. Arco's so this is something like Maybe you're out somewhere. You've got a menu that got a little Q R code, which has been increasingly common and you can use your phone that, you know. Check it out the menu and look at it on your own device. Her Bluetooth users. He'll also be able to specify which type of audio device you're connecting to whether it's a good speaker, car stereo, and this is basically to ensure that the audio levels Automatically match the device. You're connecting with your phone. Great news for me. I listen in my car very loud, right? That'll be good lot of us do Right? Yeah, So it's just like a few things like that. And a handful of bug six is cool. I don't I still ask for a paper menu and just wash my hands. So s so I won't be using it. But Aaron, always a pleasure. We will talk to you next week. Thank you. Aaron Carson With CNN's sina dot com A 26 Let's check in with Rory O'Neill and a look at sports Your Mammy 16 votes short. That's.
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"Weekly report on home loan demand will get some attention on Wall Street today. The Federal Reserve's latest beige book summary of economic conditions around the country will be out two hours before the markets closed this afternoon. Netflix shares lost ground in after hours trading yesterday, the streaming video service added 2.2 million subscribers in the third quarter that fell short of all street estimates. The numbers renew doubts about whether Netflix will maintain its mo mentum when the pandemic lockdowns ese. Still no agreement on a Corona virus relief bill, But Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi say they're getting close enough that they'll try again today to hammer out a deal. They decided to blow past the Tuesday deadline that was set by Pelosi. Jimmy back to you. All right, thanks for much. Well, his time talking about technology. Pleased to be joined this morning as we always hurt this time by Aaron Carson Staff reporter at seen it and seen it dot com followers on Twitter at Aaron Carson. That's Erin with an E more terror. Good to talk to you. Good morning. I know you're not a lawyer. I'm I'm not a lawyer. I only play one on the radio. Can you tell me What's the deal with the lawsuit against Google is just going to go anywhere. You know what's what's the wouldn't detect people saying about Yeah, So this is this is interesting. Basically, the Department of Justice is alleging that Google has violated antitrust law and they're kind of being like that gatekeepers to the Internet. Is this complete, says that Google essentially unlawfully is kind of boxing out its competitors. By reaching deals with phone makers like Apple and Samsung. In order to kind of be that, like, preset default search engine that you you know what I find if you just fire up your son? And that also that you know, because, uh, Android is such a dominant operating system that Google is kind of strong arming these manufacturers to pre load all it's Google asked on the phone that's kind of a crushing the lawsuit there, but Why this is notable is that this is like the highest profile lawsuit that the U. S. Has brought against the big companies like stopped in the nineties and just kind of comes at a time when a lot of people, including lawmakers are realizing How big and powerful these tech companies are. They're kind of grappling like, Well, what do we What do we do about that? Right? Yeah, Twitter's gonna be next. Next in firing line. I have a feeling after all this going on. It's interesting stuff, And I know you guys had a little bit of time now to get your hands on Apple's new iPhone. 12 12 pro. What's the verdict so far? So one of our editor Patrick Collins spent the whole last week with them and really like them both, you know, In fact, these are some of our highest rated phones, and notably, he liked the sweet design. The camera improvement, you know, sharper screen faster processing. Something interesting, he said, though, is that there's actually not like a huge difference between the 12 in the 12 pro, which might complicate the decision making process or some folks because they do have a lot of the same features. But one thing to consider is with the baseline. 12 pro comes with 128 games of storage versus 64 for the 12 so that might that might help narrow things down a little bit, But this is some fine bones. Right now. This next one really bothers me. There's something called a deep fake, but It is probably taking regular pictures of everyday people and making them nudes. My gosh, This is frightening for me. Tell me what you know. What can we do about this? Yeah. So it's the thought that this report on DNA found on the messaging app called Telegram and it has this ability that like, he said, like, Edit out people's clothes. So far, it's something more like, you know, I think 100,000 images mainly of women also have Children, which is really scary and a lot of these photos. They're just kind of pulled from Social Media television didn't respond. Tio request for comment, and they haven't said if any action is going to be taken so You know, I would I would love to say, like do X, Y and Z and, you know, you'll be okay but kind of situation that we're in with with, you know, Deep fakes. It is for a lot of people. It feels like a can of worms that have been opened up when you have a technology that can easily and convincingly. No manipulate images and video and whatnot. So a lot of people are still kind of. Ah, trying to put together like a planet of attack. When when something like this does happen. Yes, Carrie. Finally, this morning, I had to get on the air for almost an hour because my windows 10 was requiring me to update it. Even though I said I'll do it later. No, you won't. You'll do it now, and you'll like it, young man. And so that's what happened. Me. Do we have to dump this thing that the window stuff with newest updates. Phone laptop, Whatever. So you know for Microsoft. Of course, they very much encouraged this. I think them in their work to keep things running smoothly and securely. Um, but yeah, that that's his new fall. A state that husband features like, redesign Start menu and notifications Task blind, You know some other things. So whenever these, you know, updates, roll out like they they want people, Teo, you know. Take a minute t kind of downloads. Um, a lot of times. They're like they look, security patches and things it needs updates it like you would want to get out, you know? Go ahead. I mean, so, So in other words, we have to download you have no choice. You know, I don't know that it's like, Ah, situation meant You absolutely are like nothing's gonna work, but it's it's usually greatly encouraged, and there are people out there who are still running. Other older versions, like You Know, they were talking about how the update from two years ago Windows 10 18 09. They're dropping support for that. So if your computer is still running that You know, in the future, you're not beginning. Thanks, Erin. We appreciate it. See that comes we could find her. Thank you. We'll come back in two minutes Lose here on Israel's 16..
"aaron carson" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Good morning. Good morning. Jimmy. Stocks ended the second quarter with a winning session. Games for the key indexes ranged from about 9/10 percent to 1.9%. It was the best quarter in years Now, NASDAQ and Dustin P 500 ADP releases its monthly report on private sector hiring before the markets open this morning. A supply managers reading on factory activity will be out shortly after the start of trading on Wall Street and later in the day, the Federal Reserve would release the minutes from its last policy meeting. This could be a good day for shares of FedEx. The delivery company's quarterly results topped forecasts that X has seen a surge in health equipment and residential delivery. Since the lockdowns began. The company has also been working to keep its costs in check. Several states have reigned in plans for reopening their economies because of increasing numbers of Corona virus infections. Dr. Anthony Fauci warned lawmakers the U. S. Could see as many as 100,000 new cases per day. If behaviors don't change, Jimmy back to you, Alright, Thanks. It's AH, 22 time to talk about technology with Aaron Carson staff reporter and seen it and seen it dot com and follow on foot and by the way at Aaron Carson, that's E R N Marty and good to talk to you. Good morning. So so uber wants us to clean up after herself. Disinfectant stuff. Is anybody ever using over these days? I mean, who gets into it over the I mean, how many sluts, right? Yeah. So, you know, it seems like this is kind of still a going concern. Starting in July, Ubers. No going to be asking or giving drivers in New York Atlanta in Chicago canisters of Caracas White. And if you're a passenger In an uber, You'll get like a notification on your app. It's like, Hey, please wipe down areas like door handles cup holder. You know, anywhere you might have touched and so a pilot program that might be expanded to more cities in the future. But It's really kind of coming in the time. You know, cities they're reopening. Maybe you're taking that uber toe a bar, A restaurant, and the companies are hoping that this is going to help keep people safe from Corona fire. You think people do it? They're gonna look at the driver and saying now. You know what I mean? Yeah. You sure hope so, You know, feels like a small asked, but now you need to wear a mask in number these days, right? Both the driver and the passenger. I believe so. Yeah. Yeah, I think so. I think they made that too. Good luck with that. Um what's going on with Facebook? All these brands are stopping advertising's with what's what's gonna happen with us. Right, so you know face such has long been criticized for not doing enough to combat his speech on the platform. And so there's this boycott happening. Essentially where civil rights organizations are calling on businesses not advertise throughout the month of July, and so far, we're actually seeing some pretty big names getting involved like Horizon Clorox, speaking of which I like, and this is notable, because you know, Facebook makes most of his money off of ad revenue. And so the goal of all of this is to get to do some things like Band groups that are centered around white supremacy or Holocaust denialism theywant to automatically flag, hateful content and private groups and even make it possible to talk to an actual human being at Facebook. If you yourself have been the victim of severe hate, or her afternoon, so there's just like a few things on a much longer. Yeah, is that this is I mean, you know, lawyers not advertise to the rest of the year, and they owned some pretty large products, too. So you know, this thing might have teeth and legs that Facebook has to worry about. Finally tell us about this upcoming scene at Siri's entitled Hacking the Apocalypse. Yes. So we have, like, pretty cool Siri's launching on July 6th that basically explores the biggest threat to humanity and the technology that could maybe save us and our host. They're Riley. Very funny. Very delightful for serious topic actually got to visit. With a nuclear missile silo that was converted into an escape bunker with super rich. She went to a cryonics facility and even like climbed inside of this tiny Tsunami escape pod which would just scare the heck out of me. So it's the end times. You've been on your mind at all lately. This serious might be for you. Yeah, it was. It was Walt Disney at the chronic Slowed lamp. Is he in there? Maybe we'll find out, you know. Yeah, maybe we we could check the Siri's out its it seen it. Seen that the country confined egg finery there to Aaron. Thanks. We'll talk to you next week. Take care, and everybody knows that's just his head. Jimmy. Not all of what I said is just this. Just this just came in for him. And Roger Maris was Roger Maris, whose family was fighting over his head. No, No, it was Ted Williams had willing Well, they're old baseball players dead if it's accepted. You got some sports is for us Being in the N B. A commissioner Adam Silver understands the threat of the surgeon Corona virus cases here in the state of Florida when the league resumes playing Orlando if they do later this month, he was a guest on the.
"aaron carson" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"To hear this and understand i get it. I've been stuck in this process. I haven't been able look the life i wanna live taking the joy out of this game and after two thousand sixteen where i played in pain and was unable to regularly practice i made avowed vowed myself that i would not go down that path again i find myself in a similar situation and the only way forward for me is removed myself from football in the cycle cycle that i've been in <hes> com come to the proverbial fork in the road and i made a vow to myself that if i ever did again i would choose choose me in a sense quarterbacks used to all look and play sort of the same times have changed. Let me shift to this andrew lock. Once we all took a deep breath was mostly lauded did by people in and around football owners g._m.'s players coaches. Almost everybody said we get it. Are we ready to say it again. Because i do not think this will be the last quarterback. Let me ask you money changes everything thing and i am in no way insinuating money made the decision but if you're cam newton week seven somebody cheap shot in the knee. Do you wanna go through another year of rehab. He has one hundred million in the bank and other interests aaron rodgers carson wentz all it takes khalil mack comes off off the edge. Somebody comes off the edge demarcus lawrence for the cowboys cam aaron carson wentz do they wanna wanna go through another year and a half of rehab. We're paying players now. Big boy money. Their networks are seventy five to one hundred million andrew who locked made one hundred million in only six years. You can't blame players. I've said this before. I played high school. Football football practice is hard conor mcgregor after the big pay day doesn't want to get hit in the face anymore. Listen yesterday. Sean sean mcveigh coach of the rams called practice. It was a surprise. He told the entire staff. Take the day off. Gobi with your family's. He told players ears.
"aaron carson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Lest you wish LeBron was there is it. Now one of these deals where it's LeBron halo bone. I hate LeBron hated. He goes the NBA finals every year. Oh, wait a minute. He's not here. Now, I wish LeBron were around eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two one two four to seven. I know I got a bunch to get to on the phones, and I will. But I gotta tell you the Twitter response to this question at the real gresh GRE S H has been amazing. Let me rip through some of these. Ryan at base anonymous says biggest NBA intrigue for me is if raptors make a real run stay he's the guy rooting for one hundred percents. There's there's Ryan jumping in with exactly what I'm talking about shifted it and found his other guy to root for John Enwright forty-three hasn't been missed in Jordan was better. Acton car cer Aaron Carson says rockets plan lights out knock off the warriors. In the second round. My main beaks in studio city, of course, is the beaks take the NBA playoffs. This year are about as exciting as nineteen eighties. WWF jobber versus jobber match. Coming down the aisle from lick l'an, two hundred forty three pounds, the Brooklyn borough or now, see that's how the Brooklyn nets can incorporate the WWE into what they do by making the Brooklyn brawler, the eighties jobber wrestler, their mascot, actually, I think they did that for the period when they didn't have all those draft picks. Now, they got rid of him. Kyle sends in the okay see thunder consume the series is far from over rocket, man. Oh, six oh. One on Twitter the NBA playoffs down twenty six percent. I think that speaks for itself. Lebron brings eyeballs to the NBA LeBron affect in full effect. I got more of you to get to on Twitter keeps sending them in at the real, gresh. Gre h good to see my man see about there. He said still got real gresh on CBS sports radio every Saturday. Switch up at work won't keep. From here in the show. Keep it up our great stuff. Good to hear you. See good to hear from you. I love my regular. Sue Brill much with be since day, one CW peaks and all those guys very good stuff. And I welcome you into the gresh show crew. Eight five five two one two.
Elizabeth Warren goes after big tech (The 3:59, Ep 531)
"Three fifty nine. Roger Chan I'm out for dang on Friday. Senator Elizabeth Warren called for the break-up of tech giants like Amazon Google Facebook. She's recommending the use the US bands companies from owning a platform and any sellers on it and over the weekend. She added apples mixing interview at south by south west. This looks to be the cornerstone of a presidential run. What what do you make is? This is this is this just sort of like vague promise to get attention, or do you think there's some actual fire behind this? Don't think that this is a vague promise. I mean, you know, if you take a look at it. This is something that lawmakers have been considering for awhile. Now, every time Facebook was at a congressional hearing. They would ask them. You know is Facebook monopoly, right? Facebook off would often reply while no because the average person has eight apps on their phones and Facebook is only one of those app, right which acting Instagram and WhatsApp are and Facebook messenger are among those top eight apps. But if you think about that, I mean look at Google. Goal with obviously itself and then their ownership of YouTube g mail, Android. Get all these major services. And that is something that, you know, lawmakers have been taking a much more scrutiny toward the FTC recently announced that they would have this new bureau that would be looking at a tech mergers. Even retroactively, you know, so they could, you know, potentially take action on Facebook and Instagram interesting. But do you think how realistic is it to break up? These companies Evora got the counter argument, of course, is these companies are all competing against each other or ready there's competition, and that's driving. I guess innovation and driving fairness and how they operate, plus how detrimental effect with this be on the US. We broke up our biggest. Yeah. There's definitely a lot of pushback on this. Some folks have made the argument that you know, by doing this. You're weakening American tech companies allowing foreign companies like wow way to basically pro. Different based off of this. But I think that, you know, recent data scandals recent priva- privacy issues have really brought people's attention to this. Because you know, if you if you don't wanna use Facebook, but you still want to keep in touch with your friends. What options you have you have Instagram? Right. What's up? I mean, there's Twitter, but you know, I use line. Yeah. No, you're right. In terms of the major services. We do have fairly limited options and those limit options tend to be all about the people. And you know, and that might become even more limited with Mark zuckerberg's plan last Wednesday where he detailed his idea of combining Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram messengers. All right. So tesla about-face saying that about half the stores that had planned to close would remain open. But for tesla fans, bigger news. Here's that the prices on higher end model three model S immoral model. Cars will go up by about three percent on average which is not insignificant for car. The price changes don't go into effect. A later this month. But what do you think this is? Tesla retreat mode. I have never had plans via tesla now. Especially don't have our lands considering that it's even more expensive. Now isn't having this company at least with their cars, not been that stable of it's like prices and like releases and things like that. And now, it's definitely traditionally has been very difficult to buy these you have to get on a wait list. It's kind of pain the butt to buy a tesla. That's been par. The mystique company that it's so hard to like the the iphone gold, right? It was hard to get in this. You know, it's that's what the appeals for. I just know the stock is up about a percent right now, which is kind of weird when any other automaker said they were closing stores or raising prices in the cars. This has added to the mystique. The investors. Other investors would freak out as any other company. But it's tesla. So lastly, our own Aaron Carson what to is at south by south west. She had chance to check out us. The new suspense film by join peel to fall to his critically acclaimed get out Aaron says, it's not quite as good as get out. But definitely has shared thrills and laughs. I definitely think that Jordan Peele is establishing himself much more, and like the horror landscape what I'm really looking forward to the twilight zone that he's directing on CBS all access banks, which is our parent company. Thanks for that shutout Alford checks in the mail, literally. Yes. So look, it's it's interesting that given his keen peel back around. It was all comedic background that he's made this dramatic move to these films like get out like us, which really is so far from his own Scott shows just kind of funny all right for cover ticks runner. Chiang? I'm out for dang for listening.
"aaron carson" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"But, but I, you know, at this point, it seems to be it's it's another day. It's another kind of dig into the social networks that now say sorry, we didn't know that we were doing. I think you know, I think it is starting to be a little bit significant because this is not. I mean, the people who dislike Facebook will keep disliking Facebook and have always this like Facebook. Now, we're in the stage where the issues that Facebook has had have become public for a while. And we're not judging the issues themselves anymore were judging the way Facebook has been dealing with these issues and more and more people are saying they are not happy not just that there were issues to begin with. But that about how Facebook has, you know, be declaring with an open heart. We will do our best to fix all of these problems that we are very aware of. And of course, they had been saying this before and Mark Zuckerberg has said this a million times. But in this case, it's the big one. And the fact that they are not. Being judged by you know, whoever it doesn't matter if it doesn't even matter if it's true or not the fact that they're being judged as this harshly parts of the patio bake and self selecting they're not even trying their best to fix the issues is the message, you get out of of all of this, and that's bad. And on the show yesterday. We had Aaron Carson KiKi Sanford on our panel. And we talked about the the idea that Facebook is putting together listen theory. If this all goes through a independent board of non Facebook employees with with specialties in all sorts of different disciplines that will help Facebook become stronger, and more honest, and and etcetera, and it all sounds great doesn't it? But at the same time, you know, these are tech people sort of sitting around going like in. We'll we'll see we'll see how the shakes out. It. Sounds good on paper. For sure, but you know, is it lip service versus actual change hard to say in in. That's the problem. It is if it's been lip service to these people for a few times at some point, it doesn't even work anymore. Even if it does sound good. And I think we're kind of reaching that that milestone for Facebook. All right. Well, speaking of milestones. We got apple earnings coming in during the show. Thanks to Roger for putting in these numbers. CNBC reports that upper earnings for its December quarter. The most recent quarter holiday quarter variable patent quarter are in the earnings are eight eighty four point three billion dollars versus eighty three point ninety seven billion estimated. So they beat expectations their iphone revenue was fifty one point nine eight billion dollars versus fifty to sixty seven billion estimated cake short in that realm. Not a huge surprise given. Some of the news that we've heard as of late services revenue ten point nine billion dollars.
"aaron carson" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Like a wookey of you know a doll if you will of a wookey i used to be an action figure now we call them you know dolls but so that's what this image is is representing is a young young woman who's taking out a young man's action figure in saying it's not much of an action figure quote unquote gerald chiro for gerald gerald is slack good nineteen seventy seven with his chew chewbacca action figure yes so santa's available to my online store right now if you'd like it by the way if you order of physical anything from my store and get you some munchkin cece g cards that are signed by me just today from steve jackson games dublin run out there and do that go check it out len peralta store dot com thanks to aaron curson for being with us on this fine friday erin let folks know where they can keep up with all the work even doing lately you can find me on cedeno dot com or on twitter i'm just at aaron carson go follow aaron you'll learn all kinds of cool new things and if you're watching the video you see that i got a cool new thing on the head because tat friday at a more medina's hat and you could be to we have hats we have hoodies we have shirts they're always to show that you like the show and you want to support the show at daily tech new show dot com slash store big thanks to everybody on patriot which is the main way that the show exists bunch of people.
"aaron carson" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Once that you want to give back some value for the value you get on a daily tech news show no problem just had the daily tack new show dot com slash support my this is the daily tech news for friday may eleventh twenty eighteen in los angeles on merit and from san francisco this time i'm sarah lane cavs in six i'm lynn peralta he's obviously in cleveland and also joining us today aaron carson staff reporter at cnn welcome back aaron thanks you're in kentucky right i am law what are we after derby so we've got a little more of a north american coverage today this is good and yes i was almost about to say congratulations on the derby but i always watch it every year it's wondering that's menopause congratulations on a successful derby good job justify all right let's start with a few tech things you should know semantic warned thursday that its annual report will likely be delayed due to an internal investigation launched by its boards now board members outside outside advisors an independent counsel are all looking into concerns raised by former employees former employees rather semantic didn't give details on the knee it sure of the concerns which probably makes more people even markets aren't yet his financial is it metoo is it security of very interesting to find out chairman of sony interactive entertainment worldwide studios shawn layden said on the official playstation podcast that sony is not going to have a traditional press conference at three this year they're going to focus on four games death stranding goes to shema spiderman and the last of us partout of a few other announcements for third party in indy titles but no hardware news from sony this year the event takes place june eleventh at six pm pacific the us court of appeals for the fourth circuit ruled wednesday that forensics.
"aaron carson" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King
"Guessing mechanics and their body but physically they know how to fix themselves when a trove makes a bad throw they don't look around and go coach what was that appro knows exactly what it wasn't fix it on the next real they get cycle self correction phyllis thing physically is they know how to take care of their body person spent ten ten hours a week on bodycare and that wasn't because you know he was guessing and he wasn't sure because trial and error appro they know exactly what they need to be doing to be a p condition on sundays and in the off season and how many how many months to take off all you gotta do is watch tom versus time read is book last piece is the emotional side that these young quarterbacks i work with the older players that they want to become a manning's aaron carson all these still have rivers those guys are phenomenal husbands phenomenal dads they treat people the right way in the community they're great teammates their philanthropic so that's a that's a muscle you gotta develop and so what i'm trying to do it at young age when they're transitioning from college to the draft and they're all in hang on every word is make sure that they're strengthening all three of those areas so the faster you can become a triple threat that easier the game's gonna come and and miss a thing i always talk about with these guys and peter actually think it's true real life to fullbacks are going to get there inevitably going to face two things they're going to face the inevitability of success in adversity and and there's there's levels to that right success could be frozen a row in practice for could be waiting super bowl and adversity to be having three bad throws in practice or it could be tearing your knee in practice when you're on pace to be rookie of the year potentially what a super bowl to shot lawson how you handle those two things is essentially how good you're going to be because there's player phenomenal handling success and can't they just the rattled with adversity and there's you can.
"aaron carson" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"This is 2013 but it's true today when we we have been great aaron carson for cnet does offbeat or interesting tack uh and she's she's doing great stuff down there tina maddox for techrepublic is doing great to be down there is just the there isn't the like sexy flashy any more but there is if you're interested in finding the stuff under the radar there is still cool stuff there well there was one thing there was a very hard ticket to get i did not get tickets to a but i know somebody who did hbo took over to acres of land just outside of austin took recreate westworld and we have a friend who went and visited you had to apply for tickets tickets were gone in two minutes it's twenty minutes outside of austin you get on a bus they give you a cowboy hat wet white hatter black hat you sign up when you get there there's a letter waiting for you with your name handwritten on it there there's a old railroad car with cowboys in it there's a there's a speakeasy with ladies of the evening they're they've really recreated uh westworld and of course it's all promo for the next season of westworld which is coming although it's not westworld this year it's still gonna be call westworld but it's all it's the sammarai world and apparently there were some sampras sitting around in in the bars uh at westworld this was the ticket to get and uh so few people got it i you know you've had a really be connected to get in there i guess or just fast on the draw but at linz allows these are scared to weiss y you'd be to getting sucked into westworld knots like i got it like check the bullets to make sure there on site those robots throws.
"aaron carson" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Daily tech new show is powered by you yeah you find out more at the daily technicial dot com slash support this is the daily technewsworld friday january eleven 2018 numbing january twelve 2018 for details headquarters in los angeles i'm tom buried and from studio feline on sarah lane and very happy to have seen it reporter aaron carson back on the show has gone earn as good a little smelly because they're expecting snow out there you're in louisville right and so that's our weather report for people in louisville there was snow whenever we recorded this depending of snicked to it because several out there are producer roger chang is here roger got the ces cough yes i have firm i have a little uh frogman through well take good care of it fits implies native ago let's start with a few tech things you should know intel said thursday the patches for these specter vulnerability may cause reboot problems for computers using broad well and has will processors intel is working directly with data center customers on the issue and may require a revised for more update jazz some if you're an abuser thinking don't have that headache well i am md will deploy a patch for specter variant two for rise in an epic processors this week for more for over chips will follow and be maintains its chip architecture makes it very difficult to use the spectre exploit but is patching it to be safe it says it's not vulnerable to meltdown at all ninten inspector maybe ambi has also released a patch for various one of specter so you might be on the lookout for that to if you use the embassy.