27 Burst results for "Alphabet Inc"

"alphabet inc" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:28 min | 2 months ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You can bring up whatever you number six zero three two eight hundred sixty one sixty six zero three two eight three six one six zero joining you in the studio tonight. You've got in and funny and aria all right so we were in the last hour talking about these influencers. It's in the mainstream media the new york times doing a big story. About how exciting. This is that. Oh my gosh lewd. All these tick talkers in youtubers in twitch people the government is targeting young people. Because they say that it's necessary to vaccinate all these teenagers who you know by their nature or almost completely immune from any serious consequences from covert. But we're supposed to believe that it's a huge push that vo super important that these people get vaccinated. Because everybody's supposed to that. These talkers love money. At any journalist worth their salt would be criticizing and drawing attention to the fact that the american government is paying random people to propagandize the rest of the country except not the new york times because none of them are journalists. Right there that's straight up what's been going on here and that's been going on for longer than cove. It of course is just now even more in your face and here they're here. The propagandist of the new york times is talking about all the other. Propagandist of the tick talkers. Who are nowhere near as polished by the way the new york times certainly not the new york times has been around for one hundred two hundred years or whatever the hell it is still still kicking still still alive for how much longer we don't know but for now they are on the same level as elliot zeiler. Who's got ten million. I bet you that's more people that read the new york times by the way ten million this raises the question of whether the us government has paid the new york times to promote the cova nineteen vaccine at. They will pay tick talkers. Why wouldn't they pay the new york times. Which has a substantially larger and better respected reach. Well it may be a better respected reach in that. Their subscribers are actually paying for the new york times and there are likely more educated ride probably went to college and they've got jobs and decent levels of income lie. I'm just guessing right like you're older if you're reading a newspaper. I suspect that's going to be true when you look at newspaper audiences but according to the new york times itself they have seven point eight million subscribers which means they don't have as many followers if you will as ms l. e. zeiler the seventeen year old girl on tick tock that's gotta hurt for my overall plate. Really was that if they if the us government can get away with paying random. Take talkers and then they can get away with paying. Mark zuckerberg alphabet inc. Sure just the company that owns google or any other The drudge report. Whoever they want they can just hand the money to say. We want you to do this. And they will more than likely do it. If it's enough money. This sort of thing has to be. I mean it's been going on for a very long time but it has to be stopped do we. Do you really want the government to able to handle hand. Newsweek forever large bundle of cash and be like. Hey this is the story. We want you to tell them. I don't want that. But i don't know if it's ever going to stop until the government disappears you know why would they. Why would it ever stop. It's not technically illegal for them. To buy an advertisement is it. It should be. yeah well. they're not gonna enforce that one on themselves. No but the people would have to enforce it on them. Yeah and that's not going to happen. No but i mean it needs to government. Schools have basically been twelve year advertisements for the government. Re point eight hour a day long twelve year. Advertisers actually thirteen years include kindergarten. And then another four of you include the colleges. She should because those are all government run government funded. But let's get back to la zeiler. She's got ten million subscribers and here's her video now to be fair. This is on her youtube channels. He's only got one hundred and twenty one thousand subscribers there. But i say that we've got three hundred on on odyssey our youtube channels got maybe four thousand or six thousand or something like that after a decade in existence. So here's why she got vaccinated. She says let's go back to the beginning. I got back in my get stated reason. One once you're vaccinated. You can go wherever you want. Apparently that worked on mark edge. From what i heard last night i go wherever i want any way. Well not right now. I can't because i can't leave the united states. But i don't really want to go to the outside of the united states anyway. So if you wanted to go on a cruise ship. But i don't wanna go on a cruise ship right so i can go wherever i want already vaccinated so. She's she's already not scoring. Well you can to the beach take a stroll and now. She's showing herself unlike a green screen. Where when she says go to the beach. She's on a beach even though she's not really there and then she's on a main street some city conditions. I've been to the beach once in the last twenty years. Yeah and that was because the government had closed it down because of the that was last year. Then you can go to the beach. Yeah we went to the beach we did. It was cold it was so it was not a fun day of us fine. I enjoyed that plenty of water. There's deleted as fine. Yeah think about all the fish that do things in the ocean. So no big deal. Well the thing is we couldn't go anywhere to actually find a bathroom because of all the kovic shutdowns right. You couldn't go like you to buy stuff from a store. yeah. I tried to go to some store. Hey can i use your bathroom. No sorry look that really happened to me. All the time during cove nineteen doing ubereats to one time i walked into a cvs in. I didn't a sign on the front door. That said that there was like nothing else around the cbs which is kind of odd. But it just was the case. And i went went all the way into the back and then i see the sign in front of the door. It says like dacoven. Nineteen our bathrooms or close. And i just went around it. It was like this. Big stand up thing and i went in there and because i was gonna pee on their floor if not like it was like that and when i came out there there was a lady like next time. Please don't use our bathrooms for employs. Only right now. And i was like well. You didn't have a sign on the front. You didn't lock. It does some places they'll lock it right like if you're in a bad neighborhood and you go into a walgreens something like that. There's like a keyed lock on the door was punch code locks on the door and then you go up and ask like hey. I'm a customer you know buy something. Can i use your bathroom like nope. That's true. I would have just keyed in like their bushes outside seriously. P let me go on here with the elliott siler and why she got vaccinated stopping keep later and depending on the regulations. You don't even have to wear a mass. Ooh except you do in a lot of places in fact and it's depending on the regulations check with your local city government of course california's role up back out today louisiana. The governor announced they're coming back with a mask. Mandate and indoor mass mandate for all of louisiana for all indoor public places. It's back only for the next four weeks. Though no big deal it will actually have the gall to say that this is only for the next four weeks they did. Yep i hope that no one had the idiocy to believe it..

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

Joey's Totally Tech

04:17 min | 2 months ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech

"I mean they cannot like new jagged ballgame like every year that sold about twenty seven billion dollars since the first drag ballgame number to answer star wars. we add the star wars games. they Yes seventy billion dollars so not only the monster in the box office. They're monsters on this well off the console. The number one selling video game franchises of all time is hokey. Ma hokey mauvaise grossed over one hundred billion dollars. Its inception in the midnights. Wow yeah right so off iraqi star up near this might be easier for you all right top six inches on the board all right now. We polled one hundred tech heads and these are their answers largest tech companies by market cap. Google google alright alphabet inc number answer one point eight trillion dollars market cap so that would be three points all right. Microsoft microsoft is on the board dane. All right microsoft number two. So that's five points for Two point two trillion dollar market. So while that's five points all right anything else..

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Google hit with its third antitrust lawsuit since October by bipartisan coalition of states

Here & Now

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

Google hit with its third antitrust lawsuit since October by bipartisan coalition of states

"Bipartisan. Mo mentum to regulate the tech industry states have filed a third antitrust lawsuit against Google this fault. Today, 38 states to the Alphabet Inc own company, accusing it of having an illegal monopoly over online search. Colorado's attorney general says consumers have been denied the benefits of competition, including quote The possibility of higher quality services and better privacy protections. The lawsuits against Google come on top of two others filed against the social networking giant Facebook this month. Both companies are among NPR's sponsors.

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Google parent agrees to $310M misconduct lawsuit settlement

Bloomberg Law

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Google parent agrees to $310M misconduct lawsuit settlement

"Parent company announced the settlement of a sexual misconduct lawsuit. Lisa Taylor reports, officials with Alphabet Inc say they're implementing policy changes in establishing a $310 million fund. The fund will be used to address issues of diversity, inclusion and equity that employees and shareholders say are lacking at the company plaintiffs in the lawsuit. We're shareholders, whose complaint centered on the generous severance package is granted to executives accused of sexual misconduct. Alphabet has agreed to a number of reforms, including being Or open about misconduct allegations and investigations.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Securities. He was interviewed this morning on Bloomberg Television. This is credible threat major shot across the bow. It Right, then pick TAC and, of course, the government China. It all comes down to they need to be willing to seven majority US ownership, which is the work on WalMart likely As well as the source code situation from the ACA's. That continues to be the big issue here. He mentioned Oracle. It shares lower today. Part of a broader tech selloff. Oracle Down by 7/10 of 1%, re capping has some heat down 37 a drop of 1.1%. I'm Charlie. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. All right, Charlie. Thank you so much. Well, this David Rubenstein peer to peer preview it is brought to you. By Wells Fargo commercial banking, helping customers chart the way ahead in uncertain times, an Alphabet Inc. CFO Ruth Porat recently sat down with David. In this excerpt She talks about her employees working from home have the nature of work will inevitably change because of the pandemic. When you started working remotely. Did you ever worry would be a problem because you have all these people, but you're technically for a savvy. So when we started the move to work from home, it did seem daunting. I'm responsible for a crisis response and put together a really strong governance around. How do we get people to move from home with a global team and the regional team and we were in sync daily? That worked really well. What we were most concerned about was what would be the impact on productivity and wellness. Our chief medical officer very early in the crisis, said that more people would be affected by mental health issues than actually the physical disease itself. So we focused on Those two and I think that was really important Thie. Other thing is Google is really about our people and the ability T liver for users and communities because of our computer capacity, and one of the things we didn't have to worry about was our ability. Teo Teo really deal with the surgeon online activity, and that was because of all of the investments over many years and all of the testing for what could happen in a sort of crisis scenario. And I think it's an important point because you can't solve the risk management issue in the middle of a crisis. You obviously need to solve it ahead of time in that worked so many companies they're saying Well, now that I've learned that my people can work from home, maybe I don't need all these people either In the officer, I don't need all these people. Is that your view? You don't need all the people you have, or you may not need him all the office. We believe that when people are together, that's a critical element for innovation Collaboration. Help support innovation, its collaboration within teens and this collaboration across teams. It's collaboration, and it's serendipity. So we do look forward to having people back in the office. What we're looking at Is productivity's lift you get if people have the ability to work from home some days be in the office in particular when the rest of their team or more broadly teams. Are in the office. And if you can save people commute time, you have better access to talent. Because you're solving what people want in their personal life. It's actually going to result in a better outcome. What that means for real estate. We're still figuring out early on Google was well known for, among other things. You got free food. What about If you're working at home, you give them free food showing up by delivery and somehow our How did they compensate for that? So we're not doing that, But a lot of people focus on food. When really what we are trying to create, have been trying to create Is this fun, quirky, magical campus, And so it's about more than just the free food. It's the experience on campus. So what we did when we moved everybody to home as we moved a lot of these sort of connecting the community. To a virtual delivery and so for food as an example, you could do a one on one session with a chef. You could do a cooking class. We took our fitness classes and move them to virtual fitness classes and even some sort of goofy Google style ones like yoga with your dog. Count me. Oh, my God. Yoga with scout. Oh, my God. Scott doesn't mean downward facing dog. Alice says they're really good down facing dog. Those kids are like rubber man right there, just like they banned and they just love kids. Little kids in yoga. Yeah, that's cute Scout, I think couldn't be bothered. I tried to do yoga with her ran like I have these yoga instructors, including my favorite That I've studied with Gillian for over 20 years, and she'll teach classes online with a dog lying down in the back Sunday, her dog in the back, and there's another one out of the West Coast in Oregon. Her dogs there was just sleeping occasion gets up, Maybe like yeah, just butt out is like underneath me and like forget, right, Yeah, just kind of get in the way and then being, you know, and then can't be bothered. And then you know, like much can I get out? Can I get out then? I'm sorry that you're less squirrel in Shiva, Xena, But I get outside and get this world or this gunk. We're still dealing with the corpse pose really changes with the dog is looking at her face. In any case, you can listen to That entire interview younger with dogs, food delivery, but also, you know, a more serious conversation about innovation and how you accomplish it. How you sustain a culture if you've ever seen the movie the internship, which, if you haven't seen is one of the funniest freely No, that's the intern. Oh, I'm sorry for the internship is when Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn, a cz grown like adult men get internships at Google. It is hilarious. Anytime you hear me, say on the line. That's where that movie is from. Okay, it's it is wise in your movies, Man. It is really a terrific movie, but they had Google's full cooperation. And so they filmed on campus and you get a sense of exactly what she's talking about that you know people talk about the free food, but It really is about sort of creating this culture and all these different things in a place like people come in and visit there like Man, your culture like you feel it The minute you walk in, totally get it and It's great to have a company that has such a clear identity and we all benefit from it in terms of how we work and and what we get done, which is what How do you sustain it? Virtually that is one of the big challenges we're all facing. That's for sure. So I do miss the running into people in the food court. I think you think you're gonna do miss running into the studio right before the show is about to start sort of going towards your voting is like way down the stairs that entire interview David Richardson and reach for it tonight at 10 P.m. Wall Street.

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"Your Next Big Idea" Week

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04:16 min | 1 year ago

"Your Next Big Idea" Week

"This week's theme is your next big idea. The curator is Daniel Brooks. Here's why Daniel chose this theme. He says hi. My Name's Daniel Brooks nine. The host of the unlocking creativity podcast theme. I've chosen is. You're next big idea. The reason I've chosen this is quite simply running away from changing our whole lives. These podcasts are going to help inspire you to go in and discover yours. Here are the PODCASTS and episodes chosen by Daniel. Monday's episode comes from the Tim. Ferriss show and is called Eric Schmidt lessons from trillion dollar coach. It's one hundred and four minutes. Long Eric. Schmidt is a technical advisor and board member to Alphabet Inc where he advises its leaders on technology business and policy issues. Eric joined Google in two thousand one and helped grow the company from a Silicon Valley startup to a global leader. In Technology. Tuesday's episode comes from design matters with Debbie millman and is called Lisa Khandan. It's thirty six minutes long in this episode. A conversation with artist and illustrator. Liikanen about getting started creatively. Wednesday's episode comes from creative. Boom ranking on big regrets being different and discovering life begins at fifty. It's fifty eight minutes long. Rankin is the British photographer publisher and film director renowned for his portraits of Bowie and Bjork and for being co founder of dazed and confused. We chatted to the fearless man behind the lens about his career. And we're surprised to hear him open up about his childhood. His father his regrets and mistakes. This is an honest delve into the heart and mind of one of the biggest names. In photography Thursday's episode comes from Happy Place and is called. Joe Wicks it's forty nine minutes long in this episode. The body coach himself turns up at ferns door to discuss being a father of two meeting. Your work goals and being named Gq worst-dressed of the year Friday's episode comes from unlocking creativity. And is called. Darren Brown the creative mind. It sixty two minutes long about this podcast. Daniel says creativity is the power that allows us to imagine a world. That isn't our world yet to consider what doesn't yet exist and make it exist. Welcome to the PODCAST. That will help you make that happen. Those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Daniel. For this week's the your next big idea. Listen in and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a playlist on Pod chaser just had to pod Chaser DOT COM and type in your next big idea into the search bar and the playlists will be right there for your enjoyment joined the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag creativity. This is usually the section of the show where we bring you podcast news since the news is so filled with corona virus and Kobe nineteen lately. There's honestly not that much podcast industry news instead skype. Pillsbury who writes inside podcasting the newsletter? We usually read our stories from is asking for your participation she writes. I'm determined to keep this community connected so while we live through this bizarre moment in history. I'll publish reader submitted issues of the newsletter. I need your help to get this done. Please send me any or all of the following one episodes or podcast that have brought you. Joy provided relief over the past. Few weeks sky will share them in her newsletter and may eventually start a Google spreadsheet where people can add browse information at their leisure. Please include a link to the show and explain why it has been helpful to you during this time two stories about how the pandemic has impacted or not your work as a creator. Feel free to mention your show in the context of your story. Three stories about how the corona virus has impacted your ability to listen to podcasts or your interest in them four requests for help with your podcast need an editor a guest. Anything else. Five any ideas you have for future reader submitted issue you can send sky any and all of your suggestions return on twitter at sky. Pillsbury that's S. K. Y. E. P. L. L. S. B. U. R. Y. You can also reach her by email at sky at inside dot com. We'll be back next week with podcast. News and PODCASTS. That are keeping US happy during the Super Weird time.

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Samsung's 'The Frame' TV: Spotify of Art?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:17 min | 2 years ago

Samsung's 'The Frame' TV: Spotify of Art?

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in new york a television manufactured by samsung known as the frame and called by many eddie spotify of art is digitally bringing masterpieces into the living room museum speed the future but first these headlines google issued new guidelines limiting employees discussion of politics and other topics not really to work a major shift for the company that has long long prided itself on open debate and freewheeling internal culture alphabet inc said in a public memo that staffers should avoid spending time debating matters unrelated into their jobs among other discouraged behavior a google spokeswoman said quote this follows a year of increased incivility and our internal platforms and we've heard that employees want clearer clearer rules of the road on what's okay to say and what's not walk technologies trumpeted its first high end a i processor the chinese telecom giant's latest attempt to challenge silicon valley's advanced technology the ascend nine ten designed to crunch. The massive amounts of data used to build a._i. Algorithms is available immediately. The chip advances while always goal of curbing reliance on american tech kolding up the palm sized ascend nine ten at an event at weiwei's headquarters deputy chairman eric su declared it as quote the industry's most powerful a._i. Processor and quote a federal appeals dell's court froze a ruling that qualcomm had committed an array of anti-trust violations a boost for the chip maker that allows it to maintain its business practices for the time being the court court decision is a setback for the f._t._c. which had sued the company citing an illegal monopoly that harmed smartphone manufacturers and rival chip producers to his ruling found. The company leveraged its dominance smartphone chips to force manufacturers to pay high royalty rates for qualcomm intellectual property qualcomm argued its business practices were justified justify. The journal says the court action isn't a definitive reading of the merits of qualcomm appeal but indicated the company has a fair shot at winning coming up as museums meet the future were introduced with the new spotify of art better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel veon scalable processors reduce. The cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com samsung has struck digital art agreements with the tate gallery in london the prado in madrid the van gogh museum amsterdam westerdam's among others. The latest deal sees its unique television. The frame landing at the royal museum of fine arts in belgium as part of the new agreement samsung samsung display twenty two of the belgian galleries flemish masterpieces on its frame. T._v.'s isabelle van who necker managing director at the museum has more. We are participating dissipating into some some initiative because we think technology has a lot of possibilities to spread our heritage in another way india museum so we some some frame we can bring the artwork into the living room of the people and hope that they will afterwards want to to to visit the museum and see the authentic work intern. We're seeing some comparison with the digital methods that the likes of spotify made popular johann von camping out samsung tv lifestyle project manager explains its subscription based so you have to formulas in a way you be u._p. Eater five a month and you have unlimited access so i always personally i call it the spotify of arts so you pay five hundred a month. You have unlimited <unk> access to all the artworks that are in there more than one thousand two hundred artworks or you can also decide to pay a one time fee for one on artwork and then that will cost you twenty euros more on the actual technology sensor measures the lightning in your living space ace and based on these results. It's adopts the back light of the hill so it would really look like a real picture because of you would show this picture on on another tv. You will always have the feeling you are looking at the t._v. Isabel van acker is back to talk to museums of the future. There are a lot of challenges for museums is because the museum of tomorrow and we have to think about it before you had only physical museum. Today we have also digital museum if people are used to to have after digital images and we have to develop this whole digital museum today and accessibility is one of the important challenges as as well. That's it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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Google's Rivals Are Ready to Make Their Antitrust Case

WSJ Tech News Briefing

04:36 min | 2 years ago

Google's Rivals Are Ready to Make Their Antitrust Case

"From news to travel and online shopping many companies have long argued that big tech platforms illegally, abused their market power, and as US officials prepare an antitrust probe of alphabet Inc. Google a crew of smaller tech rivals has a lot to say the Wall Street Journal's JR Waylon has more with reporter Ryan, Tracy in New York. So Royan as you point out in your story. Google has its hands in many areas from news to travel to online shopping, and many of its competitors in those areas, they're preparing for meetings coming up with the Justice department to move forward. That's right. Yeah. As far as we can tell from our reporting, this probe by the Justice department is in its very early stages. And so companies are getting ready to go in and make their case. They're preparing data. Now, a lot of these issues with Google have been sort of out there for a very long time. Until the companies have a lot at the ready. But there's a sense of anticipation. Now that US authorities have taken up this cause again, in, so in terms of travel, there are a lot of companies that do have an issue with Google among the high profile companies Tripadvisor and yelp could be on that list. Yes. That's right. And those are two of the more vocal critics of Google that have been out there before talking about in particular search. And the results that, that people see when they type in Google search related to travel or local restaurants in their area. Those companies say Google favors its own content content that is paid for by its advertising customers, as opposed to kind of organic content on the web, Google pushes back on that. And that, that's been a long running argument that, you know, certainly could be part of this probe. That's very early stages. And then there may be there may be other companies out there that we haven't heard of that perhaps have been less public about their complaints with Google. But would love to get a phone call from US officials as they start looking at the company and even publishers have said that Google favors its own content NewsCorp, which owns the Wall Street Journal in the past has said there might be some unfair practice going on. And, you know, Google has been down this road before in two thousand twelve involving the FTC. Yeah, that's right. And at that time, US officials decided not to try to break up the company or, or bring a case to trial. Instead, they settled with Google and got some agreements from the company to change some of its business practices. And so we'll see how this goes again in search wasn't. It was an issue in that investigation. It may be that investigators look to, to a different part of Google's business. This time for example, the advertising industry and, and the fact that Google has is dominant and many of the parts of the advertising supply chain. If you will that end up with an. Ad from the creation of the add to it being served onto your device. So there are lots of people that, that have criticized Google that already and Google's ready for that. They've heard these criticisms for years, and, and they're no slouch here. So it's going to be quite a fight, and Google has had its run ins with European regulators as well. And based on what we have seen in the past, the European regulators seem to have more teeth in sharper teeth and matters like this. Yeah. You know, it's an interesting. You know there are differences in law in the two jurisdictions and Google has had some fines that it's paid in Europe. Multibillion dollar fines we should note. It is appealing those fines European regulators are able to kind of be judge jury all in one. Whereas in the in the United States regulators if they wanna make an antitrust case than they don't get a settlement. They go to trial and have it decided in the court. So it's a slightly different system. And, and certainly we've. Seen so far, at least in, in Google is relatively short history as a company US regulators reach settlements as opposed to go to court. Whereas in Europe, there have been some big five and Google has previously cleared regulatory hurdles successfully with regard to some mergers in the past. Yeah. That's right. It's been able to acquire companies in the advertising industry. Where regulators have looked at those mergers. They've examined them for potential to harm competition and have allowed them to go through. So, you know, we'll see if anything's changed in the way that officials are viewing Google expansion, but certainly the company's going to, to make the same arguments that it made then that were

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U.S. Justice Department prepares Google antitrust probe

Brett Winterble

02:02 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Justice Department prepares Google antitrust probe

"The Trump Justice department is targeting is targeting Google for the way they've basically got a essentially what they're saying is a monopoly on search. Now here's the question. His Trump targeting President Trump President Trump Trump. Is he targeting Google, because he feels like it's being unfair to the conservatives or is he targeting because they're just so big. Makes you wonder right? It does. I think I think this is all part of let's go fight the social media, and there's really no downside to him doing it. Because look the left is going after social media big time. Right. So there's, there's no, it's not like suddenly Adam shifts going to run out and defend Google. They're all hitting Google. They're all hitting these, these outlets at the same time and the idea that they're going to target. Google is certainly very interesting. This was telegraphed by the way back last August. Back last August advisors were saying there is a there is an effort underway to look at Google. They are preparing apparently an antitrust probe into this, this reporting coming out of the Daily Beast, right here, saying the Justice department is preparing an antitrust probe into tech giant Google. That's the Wall Street Journal reporting and being reported kinda hate when they do this by the Daily Beast. So the department of Justice is gearing up for an antitrust investigation of alphabet Inc. Google a move that could present a major new layer of regulatory scrutiny for the search giant, the department's anti-trust division in recent weeks is laying the groundwork for the probe the Federal Trade Commission, which shares antitrust authorities with department. Previously conducted abroad antitrust investigation of Google, but closed it in two thousand thirteen without taking

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What a Ruling Against Qualcomm Means For Smartphones

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:18 min | 2 years ago

What a Ruling Against Qualcomm Means For Smartphones

"A I blockchain smart cities, the digital transformation happening now makes the seemingly impossible doable at Deloitte, we help clients, harnesses, powerful technologies to improve business and the world Deloitte dot com slash look. Again. This is tech news briefing, im Tanya, Gustaf's reporting from the newsroom in New York Qualcomm is hit by a ruling on antitrust violation. It's a ruling that could shake up the smartphone industry. That's what we're talking about after these tech headlines. Google cloud. Alphabet inc. Cloud computing unit is joining forces with data management company, Informatica, the goal is to help businesses draw more value from their data. This is all part of a push by Google into the enterprise, information, technology market. The move will couple Informatica data management and integration of tools with Google cloud services, including data storage platforms, and market analytics tools. This will enable commercial users to more easily leverage massive amounts of data for Houston, a machine learning and other advanced digital capabilities. And according to the CIO journal, the tools are already available in Google cloud, and prepping data to feed into them has been a bottleneck for many companies. The peril to always global business is growing as foreign partners back away from the Chinese maker of networking equipment UK based chip design company. Arm holdings is suspending its business with wall away following Washington's blacklisting of the Chinese tech giant meanwhile, mobile phone carriers in Japan and the UK have suspended, launches of Galway, smartphone, models over concerns that US curbs on exports to the company, a spokeswoman for arm says the company is complying with the latest restrictions set forth by the US and having ongoing conversations with the appropriate US government agencies to ensure they remain compliant. Apple said this week, it was changing a material used in its butterfly keyboards and expanding its keyboard repair program the program. Previously covered first and second generation keyboards but now includes coverage of the third generation introduced last year. The ones on macbook air and high end macbook pro models at the same time. Apple upgraded its line of macbook pros users of all generations of the apple butterfly. Keyboard have reported missed key strokes and double presses of keys for which apple has apologized. When asked if it would continue to use the butterfly keyboards in future models. Apple declined to comment coming up. What a ruling on antitrust violation means for Qualcomm, as well as the smartphone industry. Blockchain smart cities, the digital transformation happening now makes the seemingly impossible doable at Deloitte, we help clients harnessed these powerful technologies to improve business and the world Deloitte dot com slash look. Again. Qualcomm, unlawfully suppressed competition in the market for cell phone, chips and used its dominant position to exact excessive licensing fees. That's according to a judge's ruling this week. The Wall Street Journal's and refer totally has more chipmaker Qualcomm violated US antitrust law, and strangled competition, according to a ruling handed down by a federal judge in favor of the Federal Trade Commission. Twenty me now from San Francisco. With more details is Wall Street Journal reporter as a fish ayso. This case against Qualcomm was brought in early twenty seventeen tell us about the judge's decision in what she found here. We'll she founded Qualcomm is actually violated as you trust law. That is it was charging too much for licenses to patents based on its monopoly power in or alleged monopoly power in the market for for mobile phone ships. These ships that kind of provide the ability for your phone to connect you sell hours. That was the essence of the ruling. Now, what are the repercussions for the company, which is planning to appeal mean companies planning to peel? So the reprecussions aren't fully clear quite yet. But if it did have to go through and implement this decision the injunction requires Qualcomm to renegotiate or negotiate licenses with its existing customers existing license fees for its patents, essentially, it would being Qualcomm would potentially have to kind of start over on Goshi. She Asians with a lot of its existing customers and get perhaps lower rates on those on those royalties. So it could be a big deal for Qualcomm revenues for businesses. A whole if this goes through, and this also comes after Qualcomm reached a settlement with apple in a somewhat similar lawsuit. Apple around the same time the FTC brought its case in two thousand seventeen. Arguing that Qualcomm overcharging for its license fees, and gauging and other practices, or anything competitive, and essentially didn't allow apple any other option than to use Qualcomm chips, so that thing was resolved, those companies came to a deal last month in the middle of April, where they agreed to basically drop all litigation against each other, and settle their differences. But the FTC's case still went on might this ruling impact other chipmakers as well. I don't think so. I mean, this is Qualcomm has a unique model in the chip is other chip companies typically don't have a business structure where they have one arm that produces chips and sells them to different suppliers. Like the people who make their cell phones, and another arm that purely licenses technology to others who want to use it. So, you know, another manufacturer who wants to make that cell phone. Was license that thing. They don't other chipmakers don't have that kind of structure. So it's, it's kind of neat to Qualcomm, actually, and the effect of this ruling, probably isn't going to be that brought that's Wall Street Journal reporter ace Offit joining us from San Francisco with more on a ruling against chipmaker. Qualcomm as a thank you so much, like thanks again, to the Wall Street Journal's Anne Marie for totally reporter ace Offit has more at wsJcom wrapping up the tech news briefing for now. I'm Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Thanks for listening.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"The eyeballs creek. Spot you out in the forest. They won't boy that you heard a horrible car honk while they're doing this weird late night fucking caved shit. And it's like, you're really not afraid that there's not some meth out piece shade just being like this demons knew the demons would come again. Like, you're the demon out your the demon of. Yeah. And then all of a sudden, we know and then he remembers because he heard the ops can Bill Scotland story, you know, what fixes demons. What's that could shotgun? You're a bunch of dead paranormal. Investigators be careful when you're going out to the little towns, they will kill you. They are danger -absolutely that's a whole different horror film, obviously, sort of channeling deliverance a little bit of great film, and I contact or film. I really was a little bit scared for their lives watching the watching the footage because at some point you just realize they're just soft like nerd people in if someone really did like Bill form hand really knew. Wanna teach him a lesson? It could get pretty pretty disgusting and blooding we look at Ned Beatty now. And I think what's really sad is how horrified ever was that. He someone made love to him in deliverance say he's a sexual creature deserving of low. All right. Never went to say. Like he did wanted. Screw squeal like a pig. You like that? But could no he just saying like a songbird. I don't think I could have just been together consensual don't think that your understanding the entire point of the movie. It's scary. It's scary. The way that kid kid and deliverance like the really weird looking good. I don't even think they paid us. I'm pretty sure she's a local kid. But that's that's where they go in hell, you're they just go where that's still local kids and might even distant, but they should've paid him because you know, when he was playing the banjo. He's real good. And he lives. Sation? That's they were just telling them. Don't worry. We have these new special cameras that like don't steal your soul. Oh, you bet. Well, you better. So check out the documentary. Amazon prime is where I saw. And I think it's on some other things hail yer. I saw new shod on YouTube. But there are times where they're showing you the pictures of said goblins, and it is it's a war Shak test. Oh, all show on this can but talking about fucking synchronous cities as I'm going through this this story the hill your story. One thing they talk about it was there was a UFO over pike county Kentucky seen by hundreds of people without their flick, twenty minutes, they went and took this picture of it. And they showed it or they got a picture of it. And look at this kind of sparkling tuning fork. And and and how do you know? And I'm an an an unbeknownst to me I'm going through the side stores Email, and I got an Email from a human being no Sammy lamb. I don't know. I don't know what you are. I don't know what you were. We were looking at this kinda shit, and it was. Screen shots from a friend of his or her afraid of their that person. Very good dance footage from the a UFO documentari- name yazmin Joyner oca- who showed up to basically look at this like super Primo UFO footage. And it was almost an exact example of the UFO. Did they saw over pike county? It was this same exact type craft. It would look like a fucking tuning for that was sparkling in the air. But then they try to say pike county debunked. It they said we'll actually was not a UFO. It was a balloon from this thing called project loon, which is this. What what Google the the parent company of Google, whatever it is. Now alphabet Inc. They are flying balloons over remote areas and try to give people in all over the world..

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To the newsroom and Vic Vaughn, Chicago native singer or Kelly perform late Wednesday night into early Thursday morning at a nightclub on the city's west south side, rather east facing new accusations of sexual assault and abuse as well as possible eviction from his recording studio on the city's west side. He has two weeks to come up with eighty grand in red someone at that club that he was performing at called Chicago police and ask them to arrest him they responded, but he's not facing any warrants. His lawyer says Kelly denies any wrongdoing. Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX's could be working toward an investigation into Kelly. She's recently reached out to those who claimed to have been abused by him. She encourages them to call her off. Alphabet inc. The parent company of Google is facing a pair of shareholder lawsuits that alleged cover up in court documents the plaintiffs claim board members that alphabet Inc. Played a direct role in preventing the discovery of sexual misconduct accusations against two of its former executives. Reuters reports both lawsuits seek to force Google to change its policies on governance said dober- site to prevent future workplace conduct issues. They also seek undisclosed damages and one person's in custody tonight after this morning rather after getting onto the elevated CTA tracks last night at around seven pm at the western avenue station there. Twenty first street pink line trains were halted caused significant delays. Earlier trains are running on time. Again, no charges announced. We'll check sports traffic and weather next on WGN this week. You'll.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"This intrusion on your personal life would cease. The basic answer is no the biggest culprit is the government the collection of private data by the government is enormous. Google chief executive officer Sunda Pachon back privacy legislation and denied the company is politically biased. He said, I leave this company without political bias and work to ensure that our products continue to operate that way to do. Otherwise would go against our core principles and business interests. What is actually done at least in perception? The public is contrary to what he said he also described user privacy as an essential part of their mission while stressing Google US roots as an American company we cherish the values and freedoms that have allowed us to grow and serve so many uses. He said, I am proud to say we do work, and we will continue to work with the government to keep our country. Safe and secure pinch has been testifying before the house. You do Sherry committee hearing about the company's data collection. Search business and a range of other issues. Alphabet Inc, which is Google parent company propose a framework for federal privacy legislation early this year. The remarks did not directly address Google retreat from US department of defense contract or it's proposed plan to bring a search engine back to. China to subjects that will likely come up during the current herrings. Not big tech is doing things under the radar, and you don't know about it. Microsoft is asking for government regulation on their facial recognition technology. Instead of implementing new technology that most probably will impact privacy, insecurity. Microsoft is doing something different. It's asking the government to regulate the company's facial recognition tech. This is a very refreshing approach Microsoft sent one of its top executives to Washington with an unusual request to ask the government to regulate the use of the company's automated facial recognition software, in fact, Microsoft president Brad Smith called for a conversation about appropriate rules and suggested that anew law should be put in place. Now, the world needs to have confidence that this technology will be used well, then we'll be able to innovate in ways that benefit society. But if nothing happens and facial recognition remains, a ruse free space commercial pressure will. Push companies to choose between being societally responsible and gaining market. Share? If left unchecked could allow governments to crack down on dissidents be used as a form of mass surveillance, and when in accurate wrongly identify innocent, citizens as criminals Smith outlined few key planks of Microsoft's designed regulatory framework over automated.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"This intrusion on your personal life would cease. The basic answer is no the biggest culprit is the government the collection of private data by the government is enormous. Google chief executive officer Sunda Pachon back privacy legislation and denied the company is politically biased. He said, I leave this company without political bias and work to ensure that our products continue to operate that way to do. Otherwise would go against our core principles and business interests. What is actually done at least in perception? The public is contrary to what he said he also described user privacy as an essential part of their mission while stressing Google US roots as an American company we cherish the values and freedoms that have allowed us to grow and serve so many uses. He said, I am proud to say we do work, and we will continue to work with the government to keep our country. Safe and secure pinch has been testifying before the house. You do Sherry committee hearing about the company's data collection. Search business and a range of other issues. Alphabet Inc, which is Google parent company propose a framework for federal privacy legislation early this year. The remarks did not directly address Google retreat from US department of defense contract or it's proposed plan to bring a search engine back to. China to subjects that will likely come up during the current herrings. Not big tech is doing things under the radar, and you don't know about it. Microsoft is asking for government regulation on their facial recognition technology. Instead of implementing new technology that most probably will impact privacy, insecurity. Microsoft is doing something different. It's asking the government to regulate the company's facial recognition tech. This is a very refreshing approach Microsoft sent one of its top executives to Washington with an unusual request to ask the government to regulate the use of the company's automated facial recognition software, in fact, Microsoft president Brad Smith called for a conversation about appropriate rules and suggested that anew law should be put in place. Now, the world needs to have confidence that this technology will be used well, then we'll be able to innovate in ways that benefit society. But if nothing happens and facial recognition remains, a ruse free space commercial pressure will. Push companies to choose between being societally responsible and gaining market. Share? If left unchecked could allow governments to crack down on dissidents be used as a form of mass surveillance, and when in accurate wrongly identify innocent, citizens as criminals Smith outlined few key planks of Microsoft's designed regulatory framework over automated.

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Amazon Tests Cashierless Tech for Bigger Stores

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:57 min | 3 years ago

Amazon Tests Cashierless Tech for Bigger Stores

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from SAP. Concur employees can submit expenses and invoices from anywhere, and you get the visibility and control you need to drive your business forward. Learn more at concur dot com slash W, s j. This is tech news briefing im Tanya Cousteau's reporting from the newsroom in New York. And as we speak Amazon is testing its cashier 'less checkout technology for bigger stores. This is according to a new report in the journal if successful a look at how that shakes up brick and mortar retailers will talk about it after these tech headlines. Cybersecurity specialists say that Marriott international missed a significant chance to halt its data security breach years earlier, while Marriott international says it responded quickly when it learned in recent weeks of a colossal theft of consumer data journal reports that in twenty fifteen Starwood reported, much smaller breach. And at a more thorough investigation could have uncovered the attackers who instead were able to lurk in its reservation system for three more years. Marriott began sending out emails to customers last Friday when it learned that hackers may have gained access to passport numbers travel details and in some cases credit card information for the very latest details on the security breach had to wsJcom or the WSJ app. So apparently there is a race to make electric buses taxis and trucks and China is the only one in it at the moment. The journal says that Chinese makers produced ninety nine percent of electric buses deployed globally from twenty fourteen to twenty seventeen electronic vehicles are at the heart of Beijing's made in China twenty twenty-five industrial strategy which calls for manufacturers to achieve dominance at home and success abroad in critical future technologies. China is also forging ahead, and it's adoption of electronic passenger cars case in point seven hundred forty six thousand were sold in the country in the January to October period compared with one hundred fourteen thousand commercial EVT's and quick side note, while you're looking the other way, Microsoft quietly became the world's most valuable company. The moment came last Friday when Microsoft managed to unseat apple for the top spot with a market cap of eight hundred fifty one point three six billion dollars nearly four billion. Ian, higher than the iphone maker to get their Microsoft had to outpace Amazon, Facebook and Google owner alphabet Inc. The journal has more on how the resurgence can be traced to CEO Sati and Adela prioritizing of selling computer devices over buzzy consumer electronics coming up racing to make their businesses. More convenient Amazon tests out cashier 'less technology at stores. Amazon as experimenting with a new cashier less system. Already in use at seven Amazon, go convenience stores in places like Seattle, Chicago. And San Francisco the company plans to build more of these small stores here to talk more about what a cashier less Amazon. Go store looks like and how soon you may or may not expect this kind of tech and a store near you is the Wall Street Journal's Laura Stevens joining us from San Francisco. Hey, Laura, I Tanya, so currently they're using the systems. These new cashier 'less Techsystems and several Amazon go stores just to get a feel of how this tech specifically works as with everything we're being tracked rate, can you walk us through how this basically works said if if one were to enter one of these Amazon goes stores, what you do is you download the app you walk into the store, and there's kind of these kiosks as you walk in. And you scan the app which has a code on it. The technology is going to be tracking. You it'll see what you pick up what you put down and hopefully charge you accurate. When you walk out. You don't have to stop you can just walk out without paying you will still be paying. But that's how it weren't. All right. So it's sort of been this experiment in place, thus far logistically is there a lot. They need to work out before they, you know, take the next steps to expand this project or what's been what's been the case. Well, actually, the stores that they have right now are are working very well. So those are typically between about one thousand two twenty five hundred square feet s-, and they're very small imagine. Like, a seven eleven type convenience store the space you're looking at so what they're working on. Now is testing out to see if they can move it into a bigger store format. So something more like whole foods, which they purchased last year. And that's where you run into a challenge because think about it that ceilings are so high. There's so many different types of objects in that store, it's going to be a more complicated thing for the AI or machine learning to figure out how to track all those different items in charge you correctly. This really just carries. The conversation. We've been having a write about how brick and mortar retailers or getting shakeup, Amazon, Amazon's technology, it's proving again to be a a threat to the the establishment. What's call it? Right. So obviously all these companies are scrambling to try to make it more convenient to grocery shop or for anything because consumers have gotten very used to be able to get their their orders from Amazon or other places even within a couple of days, or even now a couple of hours and Amazon goes the next iteration of that because it's just a very convenient experience the able to walk in and walk out without having to spend any time in the store other than what you wanna spend. So it's definitely going to be an added challenge if I can figure out how to make this work in a bigger store formats for the broader retail industry, and they're working to make this stuff better all the time right to make things more and more effortless, and convenient that's how they get us. And the tech that's already in place that these Amazon goes stores. Do you see festival admits to this kind of technology, right? Well, it's interesting. So it's a machine learning algorithm. That's kind of helping teach it how to do these things. So those just generally learn and improve on their own. I've toured a couple of the stores even with Amazon executives, and it was interesting because I was in a new one just the other day and realized that originally they'd had to have all these little dots all over the sandwich wrapper because they look so similar that the technology couldn't tell what you're but they've actually removed those now, and they just have a normal label on it. And I was talking with the executive about it. And he was saying, yeah, you know, it's just, you know, the m- the machine learnings getting so good that we don't have to have all the dots to help distinguish. So it's really interesting how they've been able to improve just in the short course of a year that has been publicly open. It's been some fast moving tech. As it always is Laura Stevens. Thank you so much. Thank you, Wall Street Journal reporter, Laura Stevens covers all things Amazon, and I do meet every last thing for the journal, you can read more at wsJcom and for more tech podcast. Check out our latest instant message from personal tech homes. David. Pierce? No, lack of tech podcast from the Wall Street Journal that wraps up this installment of tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does thanks for listening.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Power and the one nearest to financial power New York City and Washington DC. The imminent announcement is expected today, according to people other cities may also receive major site some of the people said so the second headquarters is divided evenly between New York's Long island city and Arlington county's crystal city neighborhoods, which are both located directly across from major city centers. They're saying there will be approximately twenty five thousand employees in each location. It is unclear exactly what the deal was Amazon was sort of pitching this publicly. So that people could be making overtures to them tax breaks tax loopholes subsidies, and it's not clear what. Either city did crystal city or city did to draw Amazon. They're suffice it to say, I'm not in favor of business subsidies from government. I don't think tanks payer should be subsidizing businesses. Just as I don't think the businesses. Should being taking advantage of tax payers with all of that said, well, really should be happening is all the tax breaks available to major corporations should be available to every business in a particular area. If New York thinks it's drawing business by paying off Amazon, wouldn't it be drawing? More business by lowering the tax rate on all the businesses already in New York. Wouldn't that be a good way to draw more business to New York? It's amazing how the logic seems to go out the window when it comes to leftist governments in major cities. They're willing to offer all sorts of goodies and incentives and chocolate sweets to various companies to come in. And they will cherry pick the companies they want to come in. But they won't lower the overall tax rate and regulatory burden. So the more businesses will just enter naturally in any case, New York City mayor Bill Blasios communist discussed the Zahn deal Monday night during his weekly television appearance, although he didn't confirm that the city had been officially selected. He was hopeful that h he would come to New York City said we're talking about the single biggest economic deal development deal in the history of New York City, again if you really want to make an. Economic development deal for New York City. You just get rid of a lot of the taxes in regulations and rent controls and all of the idiotic policies. Bill de Blasio his follow that have alienated a lot of businesses from New York City and two other places in the country. Amazon is also moving to New York in order to face up against Google because Google is also looking to expand into the city apparently alphabet Inc. Which is Google is going to add office space for more than twelve thousand workers, which is an amount nearly double the search giant's current staffing in the city. Amazon had recently been in late stage negotiations with several locations, including New York,.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"We'll see that on with the show. All right. The next story is island versus Google. I feel this is in your wheelhouse here. Ross. Tenses. The Irish dates have regulators seeks information from Google on a security bug. So at least two US states on to European Member States investigating a breach of alphabet Inc Schuylkill that may have exposed private profile or at least five hundred thousand years to developers. The investigations follow Google's announcement on Monday that it would shut down the consume version of its social, what Google plus Senator remember, Google plus Begley. Yeah, I'm tighten its sharing policies after bug potentially exposed us a day, so that included names, Email addresses ocupation genders and ages on Tuesday on day protection regulates set that it will seek more information from Google regarding the bleach, Br preach. What if you don't without bleach? Google. What did you put it on the investigates if it breaches GDP. So how do you feel about this? So nobody takes bleach. We're. William Wallace, we go. So this is just every week now. You know, some big firm has a data breach. It's really worrying obviously, last week we spent a little bit of time talking about Facebook. I think we'll bothers me about this is the the way they either communicate don't communicate. I think in the context of GDP are that quite good actually communicating, but not very good at telling us what happened telling us what was going on. And we got a lot of like, oh, there was a glitch that was a bug that was an, it's got ten. Adding stop by for news. That's what bothers me. It's the comes obviously Returning retrial. to the point that like mall, transparency in gender trust. So why wouldn't I be more transparent unless the transparency is, oh shit. Somebody messed up. The thing that this is well as general tastes protection regulation. So we actually had an episode on ole Abou GDP all on nets of two hundred and twenty. If you want to go back and learn all about the general data protection regulation, that was a really, really good insight show and because Dr Shawn, you can talk through sort of what the fine levels are full. The breaching GDP all because they're pretty significant. Was it what? Whatever is the twenty million or four percent of annual turnovers, whichever is larger full percent of annual ton of mucus. Ted global turnover. Wow, this could be really significant, but we'll island really get or this going to be some kind of skull droll wet. They get a little bit of money in Google says, sorry, and everybody goes back to what they were doing anyway. In the article said, the instant cut full GDP. All came into force says they would. I think they would really struggle to retrospect to apply deregulation site. You might. They might still bring them to Justice. The fine will be much lower, especially for big Tex. I mean, you know, it starts in Ireland or that's reported, but it's going to get to Brussels soon enough, right? And they've shown no reticence at all in terms of going after big tech with vines dollar fines usually on antitrust. But this gives them something else to go after this new playground on. And it was interesting to me is that. We've seen these on. We've seen the Facebook few others like the next time, an equifax or target, or a Sony happens, will they get the same kind of response from the European kind of a thorough sees as ran this stuff? Because it fails to me a little bit like it's it's political when the golf too big tech, it's trying to grab tax revenues. This is my own personal opinion, but like it's interesting how it's always those guys, but not the incumbent to probably should also get house in order that seems to get these. Maybe that's just perspective. Maybe that's just the headlines. Maybe I'm missing something caveat caveat caveat, but it just seems like they really enjoy hauling the big tech in front of, you know, for the theater at the moment for scoring rather than actually solving the underlying issue, which is stop preaching data people. Yeah. I mean, I worry. The scale of this has been obviously huge, but really for a long time, I think we're hearing about it now..

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Asian stocks mixed as trade tensions take center stage

WBZ Morning News

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Asian stocks mixed as trade tensions take center stage

"Dot com Time for a check of business news here on WBZ Asian markets mixed today as concerns over trade tensions moved to the forefront at the meeting this weekend at the. Group of twenty industrial nations Wall Street stocks fell for the. Second. Straight session on Friday CBS's Jason Brooks takes a look at the numbers stocks were down slightly in a back and forth session with the Dow dropping six points to twenty five thousand fifty eight NASDAQ down five points at seventy eight twenty p losing. Two points to twenty eight oh one oil was up a dollar to seventy dollars and. Forty six cents a barrel President Trump says he's ready to slap every Chinese import with tariffs totaling just. Over five hundred billion dollars a Bank of the west study finds that most millennials would, rather invest in home, ownership then a stock market ninety percent of millennials plan, to eventually own a home Jason Brooks CBS news, in economic reports due today the national association of realtors releases existing home sales data for June and alphabet Inc which owns Google. Will report quarterly financial results after the markets closed Afternoon doing winds lobster. Industry faces some new challenges and selling seafood to Europe and China but the trouble has not caused prices to budge much for American consumers retailers are selling live lobsters in these seven to twelve dollars per. Pound range in Maine where the industry is based that is. Not. Too far behind recent summer prices taking a look at the futures a bit of a mixed bag this morning European markets all down in active trading yes and is down three quarters of a point the NASDAQ down nineteen points the Dow currently up..

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Japan heat wave raises concerns over Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics

WBZ Morning News

02:43 min | 3 years ago

Japan heat wave raises concerns over Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics

"Five oh eight in business news Asian markets mixed today is. Concerns over trade. Tensions moved to the forefront at the meeting this weekend at the group of twenty industrial nations Wall Street stocks fell for the second straight session on Friday Jason Brooks sticks look at the numbers stocks were down slightly in a back and forth session with the Dow dropping six points to, twenty five thousand fifty. Eight NASDAQ down five points at seventy eight twenty p losing two points to twenty eight one oil was. Up a dollar to seventy dollars in forty six cents a barrel President Trump says he's ready to slap every. Chinese import with tariffs totaling just over five hundred billion, dollars a Bank of, the west study finds that. Most millennials would rather invest in home ownership than the stock market ninety percent of millennials plan, to eventually own. A home Jason Brooks CBS news economic reports due out today the national. Association of realtors releases existing home. Sales for. June alphabet Inc. Which owns Google reports quarterly financial results. After the. Markets close New England's lobster industry faces new challenges in selling the seafood to Europe and China but the trouble has not caused prices to budge much for American consumers retailers. Are selling. Live lobsters in, these seven. To twelve dollars per pound range in Maine where the industry is based that's not too far behind recent summer prices taking a. Look at the future is the European markets all down in. Active trading the. Futures are down as well the s. and p. down three and a half the NASDAQ down twenty six the Dow currently down forty two points WBZ news time five nine officials and community leaders in Boston or again asking the public to step up and help out with violence prevention efforts, after a fatal shooting. In pan two, men were shot yesterday one has died the others still recovering WBZ's Bill Marcus spoke to. Mayor Marty Walsh he's been working with community members and trying to stem the tide of homicides in Boston we. Had a very tough for the July weekend we had, a lot of efforts, we sat down a lot, of people met with a lot of people to talk about bringing down, the violence in the, city in Roxbury. Bill Marcus WBZ NewsRadio Oh ten thirty mourners have placed candles at the shooting scene no arrests have. Yet been made investigators say a woman shot. In tops field on Saturday afternoon was struck at random the sixty four year old. Woman is recovering at a local. Hospital from a gunshot wound to the chest police confirm she was shot while. Inside a home and that the shots came from outside, the house arrests yet bathe in that case, Japan is, in the grip of a record heat wave which has already killed several dozen residents and sent thousands to. The hospital compounded by high humidity scorching temperatures. Are raising concerns at the. Summer Olympics in July twenty twenty could. Prove the most hazardous yet correspondent Lucy craft has more from Tokyo in midsummer Tokyo becomes. A sauna so hot and humid that just watching. An event outdoors can trigger heatstroke..

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Significance okay there enough but you want to argue that disney princesses have had abortions disney princesses don't exist in real life they're not real people and even if they did exist in real life two and a half of them two of them would not have had abortions because statistically speaking disney princesses are incredibly wealthy many of many of them lived hundreds of years ago in a different universe so that's like saying that twenty three point seven percent of women in the us will have had an abortion that means that in our office they're probably ten women who work in our office in this office that means that two of them have had an abortion that's not how statistics working it's like say it is the equivalent of saying that every family in america has an average of two point four children that means that every family in america has you whole children and a point four over child statistically in average does not mean that each individual is a member of the average so stupid so stupid but again stupid rules the day okay so now i want to get into some tech news so the reason i'm getting tech news is because there's a lot going on on this tech stocks have been dumping i mean they've really been dropping pretty precipitously in in the last few days a lot of that is specifically because of all of the hubbub surrounding facebook and social media trying to get to in just a second according to reuters fund managers who begun to ditch socalled fang stocks that powered the us stock market to record highs in january and are slowly rotating into commodity related shares and other value stocks which typically outperform late cycle recoveries portfolio managers holding shares of facebook amazon netflix google parent alphabet inc that's google say they're increasingly concerned that the data scandal that has sent shares of facebook down nearly fifteen percent to date year today it will spill over into all things stocks imperilling the broad markets momentum at a time when there are no clear companies or sectors to take their place on tuesday index which tracks stocks along with six other mega cap nology stocks tumbled six point three percent the biggest decline since september twenty fourteen google was slightly positive amazon dropped four percent net flicks fell five percent portfolio man.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Significance okay there enough but you want to argue that disney princesses have had abortions disney princesses don't exist in real life they're not real people and even if they did exist in real life two and a half of them two of them would not have had abortions because statistically speaking disney princesses are incredibly wealthy many of many of them lived hundreds of years ago in a different universe so that's like saying that twenty three point seven percent of women in the us will have had an abortion that means that in our office they're probably ten women who work in our office in this office that means that two of them have had an abortion that's not how statistics working it's like say it is the equivalent of saying that every family in america has an average of two point four children that means that every family in america has you whole children and a point four over child statistically in average does not mean that each individual is a member of the average so stupid so stupid but again stupid rules the day okay so now i want to get into some tech news so the reason i'm getting tech news is because there's a lot going on on this tech stocks have been dumping i mean they've really been dropping pretty precipitously in in the last few days a lot of that is specifically because of all of the hubbub surrounding facebook and social media trying to get to in just a second according to reuters fund managers who begun to ditch socalled fang stocks that powered the us stock market to record highs in january and are slowly rotating into commodity related shares and other value stocks which typically outperform late cycle recoveries portfolio managers holding shares of facebook amazon netflix google parent alphabet inc that's google say they're increasingly concerned that the data scandal that has sent shares of facebook down nearly fifteen percent to date year today it will spill over into all things stocks imperilling the broad markets momentum at a time when there are no clear companies or sectors to take their place on tuesday index which tracks stocks along with six other mega cap nology stocks tumbled six point three percent the biggest decline since september twenty fourteen google was slightly positive amazon dropped four percent net flicks fell five percent portfolio man.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on Here & Now

"Alphabet inc which has contact with russian president vladimir putin and the leaders of russia it isn't clear as you and i are talking today exactly how that thread might tie back with these campaigns of active measures the russians were waging against the united states except to say that all these people are in this cast of characters with connections to ukrainian political leaders and threw them to russian political leaders so we don't know exactly how the equation will balance out except to say that each one of these people is involved somehow even if it's one or two steps removed manafort and gates both pled not guilty have there been reports now that gates may change his plea what are you hearing about that that's right um our colleague carried johnson who covers the justice department has been in court recently and been following this very closely and right now that still has not officially happened but because as we said at the top here are some new material in the court records in washington here and because there's this body language uh involving some press reports and the actions by the attorneys who are working on this case for gates that's something that could happen at any time now we don't exactly know what it would mean for manafort case if in fact gates changes his plea but what it could mean is that if he testifies against manafort that could make manafort legal situation even more precarious and could create an incentive for him to change his plea as well and try and take a deal from the special counsel's office in order to give them something that they may want about other people involved with this matter but we're not there yet that's only something that might happen two or three steps down the road this all of this activity in the last week indicate to you that muller is about to do even more the derby maybe more charges coming that this could reach higher up in the trump campaign you know the only one who really knows the answer that question is muller himself in his investigators in attorneys inside the special counsel's office i know a lot of people had their jaws on the floor on friday when he released this huge indictment i think it was 37 pages against the thirteen.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"The geographies that your talking about but i think that there's that general trend towards noone sending muddy through that banking up anymore it you just need to make it easy for me to do it where i am completely so as to whether that way you arm and the some of the hint towards tech giants it seems like google an 10cent of teamed up they've agreed to share patents in a global tech ally axis of evil i know lung saying you can't say those lessons budget glad greater my you wouldn't believe so this comes from bloomberg alphabet inc and ten cent holdings ltd have agreed to ship patents covering a range of products and technologies the second and fifth largest companies in the world should allow google to rebuild its presence in china rafter withdrew from its search engine in 2010 and sharing a software tools and ramping up in investment and there's a quote from mike lee whose googles head of patents which is by working together on agreements such of this tech companies can focus on building better products and services for that uses holy ramifications for the tech industry and geopolitics like while somebody's trying to the so much going on here any thoughts i wonder what was in it for 10 cents a totally get it for google but i think tensson probably got coal altano well you might think hay googlies is one of the is the world's leader in artificial intelligence everything from beating humans a go to machine learning and the amounts of data and everything that those guys of got even the businesses they boy there's something about machinelearning this this at the core of app organizing the world's information making decisions actions on the world's information so if you're going to part with some want to do a ave then you know google seen the obvious part letter it sort of market access for for giggling rv attention i think there's a bit of that but it's actually the describing as a typical industry arrangement between corporations designed to minimise patent.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on ESPN FC

"This thing is a new middle says a snowy has definitely any is the bcd jogger liable friends alphabet inc but how can you mark grades with no we b c d e f you joked milton cnn's b c d stands for free if you get less than a d gunfire a b c d for you is shack you failed dillon read the nee for stumbling around clueless as long as that that is a big gap b two b four but just because they're in the topofthetable thankfully some coming in and boring people get into boss the reason that there will the odds consolidates took the job which still we stumbling arrived with a celtic manager mick and ridiculous office to x y is to try and get a monitoring but will negligible or will they are right now no no it sees this season a c c as you say go what don't worry about what that for the last four months judge william orrick last season ends up with a knee because it w plus the pulse go on it you got an effort you can go to that question the path of having a level infringe and you got a new year new identities legal aid why would get up an illegal immigrant you've trail of peru french yes and then you lived in spain for five years you can't even speak bridges words at a spot while clinton gis i'm not saying they have gone.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Alphabet inc as okay bullet go it well bob mcnair was talking about and using the adm inmates running the asylum but he said inmates running the prison in reference to whether or not employees should be dictating whether or not player stanfa national anthem and the response of the players who didn't like it was to neil for the national anthem uh there's lies about a larger issue but now is about bob mcnair as use of an idiom the kneeling no longer bothers me by the way it doesn't bother me i think at the beginning i go out and ever do that and now i'm over that part of it and not outraged i don't get mad at the players about it doesn't mean i agree with every single thing i think what happens in two days way we talk about race in here different commentary is that we wonder and i imagine is mostly white people probably do this but all admit that i do it sometimes right go is that how you really feel or is this the cool thing to do right now okay um that can sound dismissive i'm sorry but it enters my head right now some glory he said sometimes of flare anew okay women at what are you what are you doing or you just like do you not are you afraid to be criticised if you're not protesting are you criticised that like tony dungy comes out and gets destroyed and it was a black ice ticking over mcnair and then he claes said mcnair has a good hard yeah right he goes i know arm in or whatever and then you go that's a fun game so you try to say something that you had like a real relationship to so when i do this.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on Here & Now

"You know blanke for people that we really have made a positive impression on you well i you know i really loved hbo's new show the deuce about the emergence in the transformation of porn from sort of an and legal venture into a real industry in new york city and this show got picked up for second season i think after the first or second episode era hbo so obviously hbo liked it and we've even got a clip from the show that said in the 1970s and talks about the emergence of the point industry here james franco's actually playing two parties playing twin brothers and they're both talking about one of the twins decision to leave his wife let's check it out alphabet inc sure potted honestly not in bhattacharjee wife having to give back together and having madam marriages the dead so to feel dead yet like for real dead said dead 100 percent 100 percent never gone back yes death i mean t that the same actor and maggie dillon hall is in this to us as a prostitute yeah did she plays a prostitute who uh realizes that making films as a way to get off the street make her life a lot less dangerous and she becomes a porn director so you know it's all the things that you like about quality tv these days it's accomplice subject it's something that's the authentic in detailed it's about a period in history that may be you know we could stand to learn a little bit more about i think is very well done wittman interesting to me about this season is that the fall season especially in the broadcast networks has been a little lacklustre they haven't been a lot of shows a critics have loved.

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"alphabet inc" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"alphabet inc" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"All right i'm going to come up one more and then i've got going but this is going long all right so the us senate panels approved selfdriving car legislation on wednesday the the us senate commerce committee unanimously approved a bill to speed self selfdriving cars market without human controls and to boss dates from in imposing regulatory roadblocks the bill still must be approved by the full senate the us house passed a similar version last month unanimously general motors alphabet inc ford motor company others have lobbied for the landmark legislation now apparently some republicans of moaned about this but the senate bill does not speed approval of selfdriving technology for large commercial trucks because some labor unions apparently race safety employment concerns about this an interesting step in the right direction i would argue okay we weren't send uw currently everything i i'm not sure i won't selfdriving cars enough to go high anyone saying what it we'd be carefully software because is some cottage sclerotic obstruction to progress and they should be swept aside i agree totally agree with you it has to be done to agree with you vote but i just i state state to object to this not allowed to object that he won't get stuffed this these are happening of there's nothing you can do about it i i think in these kinds of situations everything's going to basically level out think the pendulum swings too far in one direction than its went too far in the other direction backwards bat backwards and forwards backwards and forwards ultimate you'll get some generally turns out it's been a i don't know what about the last twenty years has given you that insight but.

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