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Fresh update on "american forces network" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Can find it. Sports byline dot com so be sure to check that out. Also want to send my best outdoor servicemen and servicewomen who get a chance to listen to us. Worldwide on the american forces network stations. And you know when we go in lineup. These great guests that we have one of the things that we do is we let them know that The troops overseas get an opportunity to catch the show and you would not believe many of them. Say count me in. I wanna be there. And i'll come on so that the troops can hear me and i deeply appreciate that and i think if you listen to the show for any period of time you know over the twenty plus years that we've been doing sports byline in conjunction with the american forces network. We have gone over to iraq afghanistan also to germany. Landstuhl hospital. there were they. Treat the wounded soldiers out of iraq and afghanistan and it has been the best thing i've ever done in my career so again like to send my best out to our servicemen and servicewomen. Perry wallace will kick things off this hour. He is now a professor of law at american university. Grew up in the city of nashville tennessee and he attended racially segregated public schools. He played basketball. He ran track for pearl. High school down there in nashville and then he decided to go to college and he got a scholarship at vanderbilt university. Now vanderbilt university is one of the top schools in this country but Just because it is a highly educated university it was not an easy transition for him to become the pioneer of the first black basketball player in the southeast conference and so we will talk to him about that experience and what it was like and then right after that julian jenkins will be here. Julian is a former. Nfl defensive and current national collegiate scouting association educational speaker and he goes all over the country conducting seminars on what student athletes need to know in order to get recruited so we will be talking to him as well but perry wallace is standing by to join us as we crank it up this hour on sports byline this holiday season. The home depot invites you to cozy up by the fire and do some grilling with top. Rated grills from traeger weber. Next round masterbuilt lined up shined up ready for holiday cooking and lots of the weekends to calm. And don't forget bags of kingsford charcoal. And if you're sleighs not big enough order online and get free delivery. Top-rated grills kingsford charcoal and free delivery with online orders. Holiday shopping improved only at the home depot doers. Get more done us. Hey i'm andy if you don't know me it's probably because i'm not famous but i did start a men's grooming company called harry's the idea for harry's came out of a frustrating experience i had buying razor blades. Most brands were overpriced over designed and out of touch. At harry's our approach is simple. Here's our secret. We make sharp durable blades and sell them. Honest prices for as low as two dollars. Each we care about quality so much that we do some crazy things like a world class german blade factory obsessing over every detail means we're confident offering one hundred percent quality guarantee. Millions of guys have already made the switch to harry's so thank you if you're one of them and if you're not we hope you give us a try with this special offer. Get a harry starter. Set with a five blade. Razor waited handle shave gel and travel cover offered just three bucks plus free shipping just go to harrys dot com and enter five five six zero checkout. That's harrys dot com code. Five five six zero enjoy the spread of covid nineteen still unchecked across the nation. And you need to keep your family safe. Make a new and check your temperature twice a day once before dinner and before leaving home in the morning. You can't afford to take chances so use the extra temporal scanner. It's is backed by more than eighty. Clinical studies at it takes an accurate reading seconds. It's the only home thermometer used and recommended by hospitals doctors and nurses quick and easy to use. You can count on exigent to keep your family safe twenty four hours a day learn how thousands of smart homeowners are investing about a dollar to avoid expensive repair bills. John a former non customer said. My air conditioner broke and i had to spend nineteen hundred dollars to fix it. Jeff a customer wrote. My air conditioner. Broke and i got a new one at no out of pocket cost mary of former non customer wrote. My heating system stopped running. I had to spend three thousand dollars to get a new one lisa. A customer wrote. My heater stopped working. I got it fixed at no out of pocket cost for about one dollar a day you can have all the major appliances and systems in your home guaranteed fixed or replaced with. Hfc's home warranty coverage call now and the first month is free. If the lines are busy please call back. Eight hundred four one. Oh four seven seven one. Eight hundred four one. Oh four seven seven one. Eight hundred four one out. Four seven seven one. That's eight hundred four one. Oh forty seven seventy one. This is america's sports talk show sports byline usa. Here's ron bar harry. Wallace joins us on sports byline. He is a professor of law at american university and he grew up in nashville and attended racially segregated public schools. He played basketball. Ran track for pearl high school and then after high school. He became a pioneer enrolled as a scholarship athlete at vanderbilt university where he became the first black varsity basketball player in the southeast conference. Perry perspective question when you look back on that whole experience and look at where you are now were basketball is college basketball is today. What thoughts do you have about your experience. Well you know i. It was quite a long journey for me But i actually have a chance to play a role in in In progress it's it's great to get the play sports x. That's a blessing in an honor and a thrill all by myself. I had help had a role in helping to make things make more open. Sports negative better sports so that more people who were talented from all kinds of places around the world participate. We're a long way away from Back in one thousand nine hundred sixty six The first year in which you were. The african american the first african american students were allowed to participate in local regional and state championships in tennessee. But when you think back to that period of time a lot of people maybe don't realize what the atmosphere was like what the conditions were life. Give us an overview of what it was like for a young african american kid and particularly one. That was an athlete. Well you know the world was segregating certainly in the south And this is a pretty hard pretty hard and fast rule and it was separate but unequally things they use the phrase separate but equal but it was separate but equal and we had facilities. Were not Would not equal good in the like. And so the presumption out to the world with that Leading black black teams and black players. Were not as good that we couldn't couldn't compete and so on a every opportunity occurred to show that you really could compete high school team participating in the state championship. We are best to to to destroy at math and to really contribute to opening things up so that Everybody participate people could really Play their sports games together period. Give me some insight and that is One thing to be successful as young kids on your tournament team and winning the state championship but also given the attitudes and the mindset of people at that particular time even though you were great athletes and you accomplish something that deserves to be recognized. Did it anger white people. Well some we don't want to throw all people in one box and even back then and even done in south you have people who felt On along the spectrum in their attitudes about the racist working together. And i black getting the chance to participate in the mainstream but you gotta range of people but some people did get angry or really resistant. And of course you work when you look at sports. It's usually an avenue that makes things a little bit easier for someone because if you are successful they then. People tend to overlook some of their prejudices. Let's put it that way. Wasn't that way back at that particular time where people willing to accept the performance and acknowledge it will. A lot of people were was one of the things about using sports At one of the ways of opening things up is that It it it may not have been on intellectual and everything like that but it was real and everybody was interested in it so if you went in and it was competitive too good and when you did. There were a lot of people who put aside Prejudices because they could see you. They see they see you competing and seeing it and you're doing well and it really was a big help one of the things that me a little bit vanderbilt accepted. Its first african american student back in nineteen fifty three. Am i correct. And then when did you go in as a freshman. Was that the perry while the reason why i say that. That's some thirteen years. I would have thought that there wouldn't have been as much resistance and you wouldn't have had the problems that you ended up having after about a thirteen year period. Were you surprised as well. Well the only reason that one. And that i wasn't the reason i wasn't was because i grew up in out and it was clear to me how long a process of progress this was going to be. It was going to be long and hard because it took more than a few years to create. You know the convictions where the races were separate. The races have been separate for hundreds of in the united states and especially in the south and this was built Pretty pretty long and deep. Though i grew up seeing the the difficulty and so i wasn't surprised it was gonna take a while and i knew that once i came on campus that people were not going to accept me right of winning. It's to it was going to take awhile in awhile. Let me ask you then perry. What was the reaction. Because i mean you grew up in nashville as star high school athlete. And when you went ahead and enrolled at vanderbilt. What was the reaction then to you playing sports at At vanderbilt well range of reactions People were quite welcoming on. They were glad to get there. They got to see progress and then they just You know reacted well. The same the talented young fellow coming into The at the university and play on their team other people who are really resistant. Because you've got to remember A lot of people had grown up in the world of segregation itself in black Should be separated. That weren't as good and doing so forth and a lot of acted as that When it went around the student on campus and is that played on the on the basketball team you said i knew that it was going to take a lot of extra effort and resilience to enroll there. It was all a big unknown. Tell me about that game against mississippi very well rough very difficult. I went down into a place where they Where segregation and separation of the racist. Racial discrimination were very very strong and Philip the crowd Then you know. The crowd was resistant. Not everybody but a lot of people just hundreds and thousands of people Were screaming and yelling and and and and and you know showing that they did not like blacks and they didn't like the idea of a black playing. Their meeting is hard on me as they could. And you took.

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Fresh update on "american forces network" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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00:37 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "american forces network" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Live worldwide. Sports byline usa. And here's host. Ron bucks and good to have you with us for this hour of america's sports talk show. I'm ron bar. We had a very interesting. Our for you're going to be talking with perry wallace who was the first black player to play basketball and the southeast conference and he was a pioneer it was not an easy transition and situation for him. And we're also gonna talk if you happen to be a parent out there with a kid male or female who happens to be a pretty good athlete what to look for in the recruitment process for college. I'll tell you more about it. Adjust a second but again. I like to remind you about our sports byline. Usa award winning website you can find it. Sports byline dot com so be sure to check that out. Also want to send my best outdoor servicemen and servicewomen who get a chance to listen to us. Worldwide on the american forces network stations. And you know when we go in lineup. These great guests that we have one of the things that we do is we let them know that The troops overseas get an opportunity to catch the show and you would not believe many of them. Say count me in. I wanna be there. And i'll come on so that the troops can hear me and i deeply appreciate that and i think if you listen to the show for any period of time you know over the twenty plus years that we've been doing sports byline in conjunction with the american forces network. We have gone over to iraq afghanistan also to germany. Landstuhl hospital. there were they. Treat the wounded soldiers out of iraq and afghanistan and it has been the best thing i've ever done in my career so again like to send my best out to our servicemen and servicewomen. Perry wallace will kick things off this hour. He is now a professor of law at american university. Grew up in the city of nashville tennessee and he attended racially segregated public schools. He played basketball. He ran track for pearl. High school down there in nashville and then he decided to go to college and he got a scholarship at vanderbilt university. Now vanderbilt university is one of the top schools in this country but Just because it is a highly educated university it was not an easy transition for him to become the pioneer of the first black basketball player in the southeast conference and so we will talk to him about that experience and what it was like and then right after that julian jenkins will be here. Julian is a former. Nfl defensive and current national collegiate scouting association educational speaker and he goes all over the country conducting seminars on what student athletes need to know in order to get recruited so we will be talking to him as well but perry wallace is standing by to join us as we crank it up this hour on sports byline this holiday season. The home depot invites you to cozy up by the fire and do some grilling with top. Rated grills from traeger weber. Next round masterbuilt lined up shined up ready for holiday cooking and lots of the weekends to calm. And don't forget bags of kingsford charcoal. And if you're sleighs not big enough order online and get free delivery. Top-rated grills kingsford charcoal and free delivery with online orders. Holiday shopping improved only at the home depot doers. Get more done us. Hey i'm andy if you don't know me it's probably because i'm not famous but i did start a men's grooming company called harry's the idea for harry's came out of a frustrating experience i had buying razor blades. Most brands were overpriced over designed and out of touch. At harry's our approach is simple. Here's our secret. We make sharp durable blades and sell them. Honest prices for as low as two dollars. Each we care about quality so much that we do some crazy things like a world class german blade factory obsessing over every detail means we're confident offering one hundred percent quality guarantee. Millions of guys have already made the switch to harry's so thank you if you're one of them and if you're not we hope you give us a try with this special offer. Get a harry starter. Set with a five blade. Razor waited handle shave gel and travel cover offered just three bucks plus free shipping just go to harrys dot com and enter five five six zero checkout. That's harrys dot com code. Five five six zero enjoy the spread of covid nineteen still unchecked across the nation. And you need to keep your family safe. Make a new and check your temperature twice a day once before dinner and before leaving home in the morning. You can't afford to take chances so use the extra temporal scanner. It's is backed by more than eighty. Clinical studies at it takes an accurate reading seconds. It's the only home thermometer used and recommended by hospitals doctors and nurses quick and easy to use. You can count on exigent to keep your family safe twenty four hours a day learn how thousands of smart homeowners are investing about a dollar to avoid expensive repair bills. John a former non customer said. My air conditioner broke and i had to spend nineteen hundred dollars to fix it. Jeff a customer wrote. My air conditioner. Broke and i got a new one at no out of pocket cost mary of former non customer wrote. My heating system stopped running. I had to spend three thousand dollars to get a new one lisa. A customer wrote. My heater stopped working. I got it fixed at no out of pocket cost for about one dollar a day you can have all the major appliances and systems in your home guaranteed fixed or replaced with. Hfc's home warranty coverage call now and the first month is free. If the lines are busy please call back. Eight hundred four one. Oh four seven seven one. Eight hundred four one. Oh four seven seven one. Eight hundred four one out. Four seven seven one. That's eight hundred four one. Oh forty seven seventy one. This is america's sports talk show sports byline usa. Here's ron bar harry. Wallace joins us on sports byline. He is a professor of law at american university and he grew up in nashville and attended racially segregated public schools. He played basketball. Ran track for pearl high school and then after high school. He became a pioneer enrolled as a scholarship athlete at vanderbilt university where he became the first black varsity basketball player in the southeast conference. Perry perspective question when you look back on that whole experience and look at where you are now were basketball is college basketball is today. What thoughts do you have.

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How the Coronavirus Changed the 2020 Campaign

"With another round of primaries fast approaching states have been forced to adapt to the ongoing corona virus pandemic in the U. west stocking hand sanitizers and even move moving polling places more now from A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott nearly six hundred delegates are up for grabs on Tuesday and those primaries are moving forward as planned and encouraging as many people as possible to vote by mail but concerns over this virus has already forced some changes in the democratic primary calendar the state of Louisiana and now think it plans to delay its April primary pushing it back to June for the first time in the race for the democratic presidential nomination only two candidates will face each other in a debate Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders will debate in Washington Sunday night another first for this debate is that there will be no audience coronavirus forcing network coast CNN to do away with the live audience in Phoenix and move that debate to Washington the debate comes two days before the next round of primaries when Florida Ohio Illinois and

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"american forces network" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

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05:29 min | 1 year ago

"american forces network" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"American forces network radio merry Christmas to everyone in the armed forces by the way we certainly appreciate what you do and we certainly support you hear back at home and coming up in this hour we've got just a jam packed are you don't want to miss we have our digital life hack and we've got news about how to take the best photos this holiday season and later on we have a great tip about the biggest mistake that people are doing when they're signing up for streaming services but before we get to all that the phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four as a way to join us just a quick reminder that you can always book an appointment to speak with me here on the show super easy to do head over to the website that's commander dot com of course and in the upper right hand corner there's a link that says be a caller it just click there and filled for me one of our producers will get back with you and before you go back to your calls the show us some interesting items across my screen that you need to know about first of which is a column that we wrote over on commander dot com about the fifteen best tech gadgets to twenty nineteen like what do you think is the best piece of tech that you purchased over the last year well of course it probably wasn't the Samsung fault because they probably should a folder that but the apple watch five series the apple watchers five pardon me it's the top once word watch always on display and also apple had a hit with those earpods I love mine earpods Perot it's got a little bit a re designed for some noise cancellation there's also new iPad pro that has an edge to edge liquid retina display then there's Amazon they have the new fire TV blaster leisure control your fire TV along with other devices like your TV receiver your cable box sound bar you name it just by using your voice they have a redesign kindle oasis that's pretty darn good too wireless speaker heather Whitestone ups they've been around for a long time they have a new product called sonus move and Keisha hers battery powered smart speaker has flexibility and then bows they actually unveiled some low profile audio sunglasses and if you're tired of visiting the mechanic or what he won a time this light comes up in your car there's also a way that you can see for yourself or the blue driver scanning head over to commander dot com we've got links all these and a whole bunch more and in other news I was so pleased to read this is I actually got for this morning robo calls are just tired of them already well now there's a new federal law that they're going to do something finally about it to make the man to stop it's called stir shaken short for something that only geeks would come up with secure left in the identified revisiting secure handling of assorted information using tokens yeah I knew you knew all that completed with the had to James Bond of course is going after spruce calls you know what looks like the calls coming from your area of business the government may be used this way you're more likely to answer it but in a nutshell the process uses digital keys to authenticate calls and then calls marked as spam will not go through remeber they're just going to go straight to your voice mail phone companies if it passes and there's no reason why it shouldn't will have to offer free fix to stop through calls with in a T. winds finally finally an end is near for all those phony calls our us talk about cool we got a brand new feature and crown that you might want to check out the so you're using chrome to visit sites like Amazon or Facebook you log in with your user name or password from has a new feature that will alert you have those credentials have previously been exposed to the known data breach sound familiar yeah kinda they had a new browser extension that did this but now it's part of chrome version seventy nine so you don't need to do that cases of their guys Firefox the weather for a long time yeah I know of but if you use chrome and it's up to date can manage this inside the sync settings I mean just remember that you know all the advertising keeps the lights on a Google so that's the real reason why they're doing all this and speaking of Google they released their lists because they always do this at the end of the year the top trending searches of twenty nineteen any somewhere I don't know dealing with major breaking news around the world somewhere very much tech related I could apple unveiled the iPhone Levin pro with the triple lens camera that was also a big head and it spawned quite a few memes poking at the design along with that cringe worthy term jury member it apple said well now you can take slow fees okay we all do that once that we forgot about it of let's see if he gets the most popular search term on Google for this past year the answer is yes Disney plus the stream servers that's new home for everything Star Wars Marvel several other major man fright major franchises rather and then Disney plus led to the year's most popular baby search remember that is baby iota of course another big search this past year was area fifty one thanks to the viral planned visit to the clandestine base to quote they wanted to see them aliens here however that are popular topic online but in person no not as trying to because not so many people actually showed up what do you think was the most searched recipe on Google and twenty nineteen anybody instant pot something no shepherds hi who knew so far Microsoft being has not released their top trending searches the year but in order to have a list that means that people.

"american forces network" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"american forces network" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Worldwide sports. Byline USA. And here's hose, Ron. And where you are across his great country of ours and around the world. I'm Ron bar. Good. Have you with us for this dishes of sports, and I say around the world because we are heard nightly on the American forces network something. I'm very proud of when we sports byline back in nineteen eighty eight a year later nine hundred eighty nine the American forces network joined us. And so we are heard on some five hundred stations and one hundred seventy seven countries. And in my travels going over to visit the troops and broadcasting sports by line with the soldiers in Afghanistan, Iraq, and downing conham, oh and over Germany, as well. It gives me an opportunity to get out and spend time with them. I grew up in a military family. So I know what it's like to be, you know, someplace outside the United States and I have always found that sports is a great bridge toback home. And so when I've gone over there, to broadcast the show in which I let the troops co host each hour. By the way, I take athlete friends and also. Coaching friends with me as well, and it's really wonderful to be able to spend time with them. We have spent hours. I mean literally hours. I'll tell you one story when we were in Cantu, har-. We were supposed to be out of there at midnight on our transport back to Kuwait. But as you probably know the air force doesn't run on a schedule. We didn't get out until eight o'clock the next morning. So a little bit after midnight. They came to us and said, we got twelve soldiers on an emergency leave. Can they hop ride on your transport? And we said, well sure, no problem at all. Well at about three o'clock in the morning. My two guests that were with me on this trip both of them sat up with those twelve soldiers and talk football with them between three AM and six AM. And that was something special in that happens awful lot when we're out on the road. So again, I want to send my very best out to our servicemen and servicewomen. Thank you for your service to this country, and we look forward to getting the show out and around the world to you and let you go host each hour of the show. We're going to spend the hour with Keith Keith been. In with me before very, very good authors, award winning writer and editor for the national. He's been with the LA times sports magazine and BusinessWeek. He's the author of four critically acclaimed books and his latest book is Montana. The biography of football's Joe cool. And of course, Joe Montana, one of only three quarterbacks to win four Super Bowls. And he did so in.

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"american forces network" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"american forces network" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Coast to coast and around the globe on American forces network radio. And it's called the Kim commando show. Because after all, I am America's eleven digital goddess Kim commando here with you once again. I really do want to go to the Maltese. I mean, the reason why this is a true story. And the reason why I really wanna go is that there's an island by the name of commando in the mall Maltese, and I want to be able to go there and say this is my island. Get off of my island. Well, maybe not listen to the phone lines are open from coast to coast. I'm sure you have at least a few questions about something digital. I can lend a hand to the numbers, one triple eight, eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us. And I just want to remind you that if you're listening to the show at some other point during the week or on the weekends and you're like I have a question, and I missed that phone number. I just want to remind you that you can go to commander dot com and click on the contact us, but not the bottom of the page and under ask him that's where you can actually tell me your question, and schedule an appointment to speak with us right here on the air. So you don't delay. Call the line. And then wait on hold just go ahead and book an appointment with me, and he wants again, that's at commanded dot com and. Link says contact us before we start all of your phone calls. Some global tech news that I think I need to know about because after all, that's what we do here on the Kim commanders show. We always keep you up to date in this whole technology race. We're going to start with a little item from the video doorbells and surveillance cameras department. Because when you record videos on gear that you purchase and also used store them, and you pay a monthly fee for that you'd think that those videos were yours. Right. Maybe not so much. Because now your home videos could be used in marketing campaigns, all across social media really popular video doorbell Brandis ring, that's on by Amazon and on Twitter ring was posting what they called community alerts. They were really advertisements using images from people's doorbell cameras, asking for help to identify suspects committing crimes. I break ins and theft. All right. I think it's great spread the word to help crash the crooks, but as far as usage, goes ring told BuzzFeed that they secure what? They say explicit consent from customers before posting, but they really don't have to. Because if you really look at their terms of service, which, I know nobody ever reads rain can use customers footage for, well, anything that they really want to, and that's not just advertisements think law enforcement or facial recognition technology, so bottom line here is make sure that your front porches clean on the entire internet. It can be seen, and it has a nice ring to it. She get that one. I know you did. All right now, thinking about the bigger picture regarding surveillance, obviously surveillance, take isn't only at ground level, if finding an aircraft and much much hired satellites that orbit the planet. Now, there are also going somewhere in between, and it's raising privacy concerns. Bloomberg reports that a company based in Arizona has developed high altitude surveillance tech that's carried by balloons talking about very, very large balloons. They've been testing these so-called straddle. It's which goes high as fifty to seventy five thousand. And feet above the ground. So the spy balloons are five times closer to earth than your average satellite. So it was going to buy these things. Well, companies that monitor infrastructure and fields like transit pipelines in minds. Of course, the government military, too, and they're not just closer than satellites. They don't require the expensive delivery by rockets. Surveillance has delivered cheap the no limitations on what it can be used to watch totally sounds like a home run these high tech balloons are going to hit the market. They say maybe next year, whether that truly happens, well, your guests is, as good as mine are new research about how much your stolen user names and passwords are worth to cybercriminals on the dark web. But let's I want to ask you a question make a guess, what's worth more your debit card? You pay pal or your credit card credentials. Well, some researchers in the UK they poked around the dark web, we're stolen accidentally compromised data ends up for sale, not surprisingly, they've found that banking and phone credit card details. That's the most popular..

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"american forces network" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"american forces network" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Coast to coast and around the globe on American forces network radio and it's called the Kim. Amanda show because after all, I am America's eleven digital goddess Kim commando here with you once again. I really do want to go to the Maltese. I mean, the reason why this is a true story. And the reason why I really wanna go is that there's an island by the name of commando in the mall Maltese, and I want to be able to go there and say this is my island get off of my island. Well, maybe not I listen, the phone lines are open from coast to coast. I'm sure you have at least a few questions about something digital. I can lend a hand to the numbers, one triple eight, eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us. And I just want to remind you that if you're listening to the show at some other point during the week or on the weekends and you're like I have a question, and I missed that phone number. I just want to remind you that you can go to commander dot com and click on the contact us, but not the bottom of the page and under ask him that's where you can actually tell your question and scheduling -pointment to speak with us right here on the air. So you don't delay. Call the line. And then wait on hold just go ahead and booking appointment with me. And once again, that's at commanded dot com and. Link says contact us before we start all of your phone calls, global tech news that I think I need to know about because after all, that's what we do here on the Kim commando show. We always keep you up to date in this whole technology race. We're gonna start with a little item from the video doorbells and surveillance cameras department. Because when you record videos on gear that you purchase and also you store them, and you pay a monthly fee for that you'd think that those videos were yours. Right. Maybe not so much. Because now your home videos could be used in marketing campaigns all across social media. I really popular video doorbell brand is ring that's on by Amazon and on Twitter. Ring was posting what they called community alerts. They were really advertisements using images from people's doorbell cameras, asking for help to identify suspects committing crimes. I break ins and theft. All right. I think it's great spread the word to help crash the crooks, but as far as usage, goes ring told BuzzFeed that they secure what? They say explicit consent from customers before posting, but they really don't have to. Because if you really look at their terms of service, which, I know nobody ever reads rain can use customers footage for, well, anything that they really want to, and that's not just advertisements think law enforcement or facial recognition technology, so bottom line here is make sure that your front porches clean on the entire internet. It can be seen has a nice ring to it. She get that one. I know you did. All right now, think about the bigger picture regarding surveillance, obviously surveillance tech isn't only a ground level. Find an aircraft and much much hired satellites that orbit the planet. Now, they're also going somewhere in between, and it's raising privacy concerns. Bloomberg reports that a company based in Zona has developed high altitude surveillance tech that's carried by balloons talking about very, very large balloons. They've been testing these so-called straddle. It's which goes high as fifty to seventy five thousand. Feet above the ground. So the spy balloons are five times closer to earth than your average satellite. So it was gonna buy these things. Well, companies that monitor infrastructure and fields like transit pipelines in minds. Of course, the government military, too, and they're not just closer than satellites. They don't require the expensive delivery by rockets. Surveillance has delivered cheap the no limitations on what it can be used to watch totally sounds like a home. Run. These high tech balloons are gonna hit the market. They say maybe next year, whether that truly happens, well, your guests is, as good as mine are new research about how much your stolen user names, and passwords are worth two cybercriminals on the dark web. But let's I wanna ask you a question. Make a guess what's worth more your debit card? You pay pal or your credit card credentials. Well, some researchers in the UK they poked around the dark web, we're stolen accidentally compromised data ends up for sale, not surprisingly, they've found that banking and phone credit card details. That's the most popular..

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"american forces network" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"american forces network" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And around the globe on American forces network radio. It's called the Kim commandos show. And we've been doing it a really long time. And the phone lines are open one triple eight, eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us in, by the way, if you do have a question, and you can't call the toll free number. You can actually schedule a time to speak with me when we are actually recording the show live and had to do that over to commander dot com and at the bottom of every page is linked to contact us. Then there's ask Kim, once you do that. That's where you get. Tell me your question, tell us when you're available, and we'll see if we can schedule yet once again, that's over, I commanded dot com and hit the contact us button, are before we go back to all of your phone calls, though. Some interesting items across my desk in screen that to need to know about because. Well, I'll tell you nothing's. Constant but change in the tech industry. And let's start with a teenager who had a bright idea and said, if I act apple, I bet you that they will think I'm so smart that they will hire me tomorrow. All right. Maybe not a few years ago, a couple of teams in Australia decided to hack a certain company, and get rewarded with the job in that company was apple as I mentioned, they created fake credentials to full apple servers into thinking that they were an employee, and then they downloaded a bunch of internal documents, well instead of getting a job offer. They got a visit from the FBI and they weren't going to hire the boys, either the first team managed to avoid jail time during his sentencing. And now it was the other guys term the now, seventeen year old was thirteen at the time, he said he only did it because he thought it would get a job like someone else who pulled a similar stunt but the magistrate went easy on him sending him to behavior for nine months. And since the team plans on setting digital security. In criminology in colleges. The judge also didn't tarnish his record with a convention conviction rather apple says, no, sensitive information was compromised. But I'll tell you, if you have little kids in the house, and they think they're going to hack apple to get a job, obviously not speaking of apple and their longtime think different slogan as other companies are thinking about innovation, apple says, well wonder what we did in the past after four long years, the ipod touch is back, and it's packed with outdated features. It's got the same familiar home button, headphone Jack as the ten fusion ship that debuted with the iphone seven. Well, that was in two thousand sixteen and it does bring some new functionality to ipod, you're gonna get group FaceTime, and augmented reality, but why would they do this your children?.

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"american forces network" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"american forces network" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And I love this around the globe on American forces network radio. That's a hundred and seventy seven different countries in every ship and sea gets the Kim Komando show, certainly your source for living the best digital lifestyle ever. And it's called the Kim commandos show because guess what? I'm Kim commando. I know something's in technology are just makes total sense. And hey, listen to the phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty to join us once again that toll-free number. I'm sure you have at least one two or five different questions that of course, you can go go. But can you get trusted advice? I'm your go-to gal for that one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before I go back to all of your phone calls, some interesting items that cross my desk in my screen that you need to know about first of which is here we go again. Right. It looks like some companies just haven't learned and they're still putting out apps that watch people in there when they really shouldn't be watching talking about iphones. A new report out from tech crunch says an analytics firm by the name glass box. Let's us cuss. We're secretly record. Every tap every swipe that people make on their apps. Think about that. Now, you might be thinking, oh, can that's probably just a little app. We've probably never even heard of. This company. Well, glass boxes customers are companies. Like, I dunno Abercrombie and Fitch I think you've heard of them Air Canada, they travel site Expedia Hollister hotels dot com, and this was pretty blatant every time someone taps screen or types while using any one of these apps a screen shot is taken sent to the apps developer now glass, FOX says that those recordings are made to make the products better made to make improvements and to get suggestions. Sure. Okay. As this concerns, you remove the apps that I mentioned we have others listed over at commando dot com or you can ditch your iphone for a windows phone because they said hackers can't be bothered by just all eight of you. Well after all the years of talk in hype augmented reality is finally here. No, not talking about Pokemon, go. It has found a great spot for shoppers. Have you ever shopped for furniture, and Amazon or I ki- they have the IKEA place. You can see how a couch or table looks in the den before you actually, go ahead and purchase it and others called house interior design. It's really big in the furniture business. It's been big on retailers to. But now this past week where we Parker said there's a new feature where you can virtually try on frames, and they look moving your head all around. But there's a catch you have to have an iphone ten or later in a are is pretty big for carmakers where you can virtually get a good look at a new car or change the interior extra color. And I know what you're thinking this thing truly has potential. I mean, can I make my husband looked like Bradley Cooper? Can I make my wife, look like Scarlett Johansson? Yeah. You can so long as you look through your iphone or as being of faces Amazon might be testing their facial recognition software with their own sellers. What did I just say Amazon facial recognition? Yes. Reports surfaced this past week about someone in Vietnam was trying to create a seller profile, but I he had a grant. Amazon access to his webcam. So they can get a five second video of the guy's face. And he says it was not option now Amazon's not being too forthcoming about this. The Daily Mail reached an Amazon spokesperson told him, quote, we always experiment with new ways to verify information sellers, provide us k yeah. Kind of clears things up. All right. It does sound like an effort on Amazon's part to put an end to one seller creating multiple accounts, but they do require several forms of ID to get a seller counts it up in the first place. I mean, why are they doing this? They're not really telling. But I guess maybe we could just ask Alexa. And while we're on the topic of artificial intelligence Schubert's symphony number eight from nearly two hundred years ago was never finished that is until recently. And you'll never guess who finished it. That's because it wasn't a who the symphony was finally completed by a smartphone. Using a are. Now, the Chinese company Weiwei isn't very popular around the US. You're not gonna find their phones rather tech for sale because they have suspected ties to the Chinese government. But they're still massive telecom company and over the past six months while we taught AI to put an end to Schubert's famous unfinished symphony by having an analyze all aspects of the music so could generate a melody. After that, they brought in a human being a composer to help clean it up. And it was performed by the English session orchestra in London here. Let's take a listen..

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"american forces network" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"american forces network" Discussed on 600 WREC

"On American forces network radio. That's a hundred and seventy seven different countries and every ship at sea gets the Kim Komando show, certainly your source for living the best digital lifestyle ever. And it's called the Kim commando show because guess what? I'm Kim commando. I know some things in technology are just make total sense. And hey, listen. The phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us once again that toll-free number. I'm sure you have at least one two or five different questions that of course, you can go go. But where can you trusted advice? I'm your gal for that one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before I go back to all of your phone calls, some interesting items that cross my desk in my screen that you need to know about first of which is here we go again. Right. It looks like some companies just haven't learned and they're still putting out apps that watch people when they're when they really shouldn't be watching them talking about iphones. A new report out from tech crunch says an analytics firm by the name of glass box. Let's us customer secretly record. Every tap. Every swipe that people make on their apps. Think about that. Now, you might be thinking, oh, can that's probably just a little app. We've probably never even heard of this company. Well, glass boxes customers are companies. Like, I dunno Abercrombie and Fitch I think you've heard of them Air Canada, they travel site Expedia Hollister hotels dot com, and this was pretty blatant every time someone taps the screen or types while using any one of these apps a screen shot is taken sent to the apps developer now glass, FOX says that those recordings are made to make the products better made to make improvements and to get suggestions. Sure. Okay. And this concerns you remove the apps that I mentioned we have others listed over at commando dot com or you can ditch your iphone for a windows phone because they said hackers can't be bothered by just all eight of you. Well after all the years of talk in hype augmented reality is finally here. No, not talking about Pokemon, go. It has found a great spot for shoppers. Have you ever shopped for furniture, and Amazon or I ki- they have the Ikya place. You can see how a couch or table looks in the den before you actually, go ahead and purchase it and others called house interior design. It's really big in the furniture business. It's been big on retailers to. But now this past week or worry Parker said there's a new feature you conversely, try on frames and I see how they look moving your head all around. But there's a catch you have to have an iphone ten or later in a are is pretty big for carmakers where you can virtually get a good look at a new car or change the interior extra color. And I know what you're thinking this thing truly has potential. Can I make my husband looked like Bradley Cooper? Can I make my wife, look like Scarlett Johansson? Yeah. You can so long as you look through your iphone or speaking of. Faces Amazon might be testing their facial recognition software with their own sellers. What did I just say Amazon facial recognition? Yes. Reports surfaced this past week about someone Vietnam was trying to create a seller profile, but I had a grant Amazon access to his webcam. So they can get a five second video of the guy's face. And he says it was not option now Amazon's not being too forthcoming about this. The Daily Mail reached an Amazon spokesperson told him, quote, we always experiment with new ways to verify information sellers. Provide us k kinda clears things up. All right. It does sound like an effort on Amazon's part to put an end to one seller creating multiple accounts, but they do require several forms of ID to get a seller account sit up in the first place. I mean, why are they doing this? They're not really telling. But I guess maybe we could just ask Alexa. And while we're on the topic of artificial intelligence Schubert's symphony number eight from nearly two hundred years ago was never finished that is until recently, and you'll never guess who finished it. That's because it wasn't a who the symphony was finally completed by smartphone. Using a are now the Chinese company while way isn't very popular around the US, you're not gonna find their phones tech for sale because they have suspected ties to the Chinese government. But there's still a massive telecom company in over the past six months while we taught AI to put an end to Schubert's famous unfinished symphony by having an analyze all aspects of the music so could generate a melody. After that, they brought in a human being a composer to help clean it up. And it was performed by the English session orchestra in London here. Let's take a listen. Well, who knew that artificial intelligent had such an ear for music. All right. Let me ask you a question. Would you rather go to the movie theater to catch a new release or just stay at home and watch Netflix? What about the kids would they like to go to the movie theater or just stay in the room? Play video games are right? Maybe everyone will want to stay home. But what if you could go to the movie theater and actually be in the movie and the Cinemark theater in San Jose? When you go in movie goers have their faces scanned. And put on a character in a VR movie, you suit up in special gear, and you head to the stage to fight evil robots Terminator moving now, they're saying that the plan is to bring back in movie theaters since attendance keeps declining because the streaming gaming. Of course, this experience is pretty pricey at least thirty dollars per person, depending upon the time of day and a large popcorn two sodas in a bag of skittles and you're easily at I don't know five six hundred bucks. And.

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"american forces network" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"american forces network" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Love this around the globe on American forces network radio. That's a hundred and seventy seven different countries in every ship. At sea gets the Kim Komando show, certainly your source for living the best digital lifestyle ever. And it's called the Kim Komando show because guess what? I'm Kim commando. I know some things in technology are just make total sense. And hey, listen. The phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us once again that toll-free number. I'm sure you have at least one to five different questions that of course, you can go go. But where can you get trusted advice and your go to gal for that one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before I go back to all of your phone calls, some interesting items that cross my desk in my screen that you need to know about first of which is here we go again. Right. It looks like some companies just haven't learned and they're still putting out apps that watch people in there when they really shouldn't be watching and talking about iphones. A new report out from tech crunch says an analytics firm by the name a glass box. Let's customer secretly record. Every tap every swipe that people make on their apps. Think about that. Now, you might be thinking, oh, can that's probably just a little app. We've probably never even heard of this. Company glass boxes customers are companies like I dunno Abercrombie and Fitch. I think you've heard of them Air Canada, they travel site Expedia Hollister hotels dot com, and this was pretty blatant every time someone taps the screen or types while using any one of these apps a screen shot is taken sent to the apps developer now glass, FOX says that those recordings are made to make the products better made to make improvements and to get suggestions. Sure. Okay. And this concerns you remove the apps that I mentioned we have others listed over at commando dot com or you can ditch your iphone for a windows phone because base. Hackers can't be bothered by just all eight of you. Well after all the years of talk in hype augmented reality is finally here. No, not talking about Pokemon, go. It has found a great spot for shoppers. Have you ever shopped for furniture, and Amazon or I ki- they have the IKEA plays. You can see how a couch or table looks in the den before you actually, go ahead and purchase it and others called house interior design. It's really big in the furniture business. It's been big on retailers to. But now this past week where worry Parker said there's a new feature where you can virtually try on frames and see how they look moving your head all around. But there's a catch you have to have an iphone ten or later in a are is pretty big for carmakers where you can virtually get a good look at a new car changed the interior extra collar, and I know what you're thinking this thing truly has potential. I mean, can I make my husband looked like Bradley Cooper? Can I make my wife, look like Scarlett Johansson? Yeah. You can so long as you look for your iphone or is being of. Faces Amazon might be testing their facial recognition software with their own sellers. What did I just say Amazon facial recognition? Yes. Reports surfaced this past week about someone in Vietnam was trying to create a seller profile, but I had a grant Amazon access to his webcam. So they can get five second video of the guy's face. And he says it was not option now Amazon's not being too forthcoming about this. The Daily Mail reached an Amazon spokesperson told him, quote, we always experiment with new ways to verify information sellers, provide us k yeah. Kind of clears things up. All right. It does sound like an effort on Amazon's part to put an end to one seller creating multiple accounts, but they do require several forms of ID to get a seller account set up in the first place. I mean, why are they doing this? They're not really telling. But I guess maybe we could just ask Alexa. And while we're on the topic of artificial intelligence Schubert's symphony number eight from nearly two hundred years ago was never finished that is until recently, and you'll never guess who finished it. That's because it wasn't a who the symphony was finally completed by a smartphone. Using a. Now, the Chinese company Weiwei isn't very popular around the US. You're not gonna find their phones rather tech for sale because they have suspected ties to the Chinese government. But they're still massive telecom company and over the past six months while we taught AI to put an end to Schubert's famous unfinished symphony by having analysed all aspects of the music so could generate a melody. After that brought in a human being a composer to help clean it up. And it was performed by the English session orchestra in London here. Let's take a listen. Well, who.

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"american forces network" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"american forces network" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Weather center going to chill down just a bit tonight down to the low forty slipper sunshine tomorrow in a very windy afternoon. Gusting out of the north up to thirty miles an hour. A high about sixty Monday night, cloudy down to the upper twenties Tuesday with sun mid forties for a high and the low thirties at night, sunshine returns again on Wednesday. I have around fifty degrees right now. Partly cloudy. Fifty one degrees. Newsradio ten eighty KRLD. You gotta you found it. You don't need to look any further. It's America's Vegas weekend radio show. We talk about living the best digital lifestyle ever. You can find us on over four hundred top stations from coast to coast and around the globe. And I love this part on American forces network radio one hundred and seventy seven different countries, but every ship at sea gets the Kim commando show. We're so thrilled that you're spending part of your weekend with us as we talk about living the best digital lifestyle ever. And the phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us. Once again toll free numbers, one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before we go back to all of your fantastic phone calls this show, some more interesting items that crossed my desk in screen. I of which it seems like every single day you see something about a a new change in technology is going to change our life forever. And I don't know if you've noticed, but a lot of times these new changes these new products, they're paid by companies that we've never. I heard of an odds are we'll probably never hear about them again. But this particular advancement is from a company that you, and I both know I'm talking about Boeing with a capital b these grand claims and a lot of people have been talking about flying taxis over the past few years it but Boeing yes, Boeing is doing more than just talking. They are way ahead of the rest. They've just completed the first test flight of their autonomous electric veto aircraft. Now, if you haven't heard of it, I wouldn't be surprised it was barely more than a concept even a year ago. But now listen to this is up in the air. It's taking off straight it's hovering. And then it's landing the goal is to create a system that gets passengers from point a to be on the other side of town with timing's a factor. This is not a replacement for a Boeing aircraft by any means. It only has a range of about fifty miles. But it's an interesting first step. It's not just the flying part that has to be figured out because you think about it. Yeah. We can get this thing up in the air. We can make it harder. Make. Carry four passengers it's autonomous. But where the heck is going to land. Right. Sounds like it's going to fit on your driveway. So there are some kings of the system to be worked out, but speaking of travel, let's come down back to earth just a little bit. So you have a pickup truck, and you have a trailer behind it. So anytime you're driving the truck with a trailer behind it. It's hard for you to see what's happening behind the trailer. Right. No silly. Thanks to technology. You can now. See what's behind the trailer GMC is about to release a new pickup to address the big blind spot directly behind you. And you're hauling a trailer, and they're gonna throw in a whole bunch of other tech. It's the twenty twenty GMC Sierra heavy duty pickup it will actually make your trailer invisible by giving you fifteen camera views, you just have to attach the accessory camera comes with a pickup in the back of the trailer. And then all of a sudden, you got it. But you do need a compatible trailer. And then you could also control the trailers air conditioning and also water heater through the mobile app. It has a built in fifteen inch monitor aka also feed you details. Lake. The trailers tire pressure pricing hasn't been released yet. But it's going to be a pretty penny for whom to sees through what your healing, but it should be out either late this year or next year. Meanwhile, for a lot of drivers the navigation APPA choice, these days usually comes down to what Google maps or ways. But it shouldn't really matter because both are owned by Google a couple of ways big features are finally coming over to Google maps. So if you're a fan of Google maps, you're going to be getting the speed limit displaying at the top of the screen the bottom of the screen for the rotor highway that you're traveling on. And as a consolation price for knowing everything about you, Google is also going to try to keep you from getting a ticket by displaying speed trap information on your screen to at least the ones that they know about the speed traps are indicated by small camera icons, and if you have the apps volume powered up, you'll always be alerted. If you're pushing one of them, these changes are shown up in the Google maps app or reading so if you haven't updated yours lately once you go ahead and do that ways has had these features for a number of years since they were bought by Google back in twenty thirteen. So although these new features could be helpful. It's always just a little reminder that well Google's always watch. All right. If you're savvy with social media, and you have the time to take a trip across the country. Amtrak might just give you a free ride listen up. They're looking for people to take part in their hashtag Amtrak. Take me there social media program. Now, here's the deal. They say that they are not looking for influencers just people who can connect with their followers at a deeper level. So they say now.

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"american forces network" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"american forces network" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"American forces network radio truly your source for everything digital, and it's called the Kim commando show because after all I'm America's beloved digital goddess Kim commando here with you once again. Would you have ever thought that you could have an Alexa enabled toilets? Yes. Welcome to technology, folks. Hey, listen to the phone lines are open from coast to coast. And I'm sure you have at least a few questions about something digital. I can lend a hand to and that number's one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us. And once again that number is one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and as you're calling. Yeah, let's get this party started already with our global tech news of the week update. And this week we're going to start with a little item from Google because Google just doesn't want to say being just a search site. Think about everything that they own. They've got YouTube and Waymo is their self driving car division. There's Google earth. There's Google fi. There's maps news nexus, and there's actually even Google loon. You know about Google loon. Right. Those are the balloons that are flying around remote areas to provide internet access. All right to get the. Gist of Google's newest enterprise think back to the movie minority report, it's kind of like that. But with those fancy gloves that Tom Cruise uses instead project soli uses radar beams to capture motion, then you touch your fingers together to give these virtual commands. So you're gonna rub your index and thumb together to raise the volume or move the other way to turn it down control your gadgets. Get things done all with hand gestures or Google has been working on this is twenty fifteen but there is a huge problem when they wanted to test the radars that power the gesture tech at higher power levels. But ain't gotta compromise together. Back in business, eventually wants intact incorporate into smartphones watches cars, you name it or this is really great news. You don't worry about touching your bacteria infested phone screen ever again. All right. Do you have an iphone? You're probably familiar already with fine my iphone, right? These way to find your phone when it gets stuck in those couch cushions. But it's also useful to find an even a race your iphone if you left it somewhere or maybe if your car's been hijacked. Yes. I said hijacked. Here's why that's important. What would you do if you were in your car at an intersection? When all of a sudden, there's a man with a gun banging on your window and screaming at you to get out of the car. Well that happens in Nashville recently, and I've got to give it to this guy for not only keeping his cool. But also coming up with a plan you see as he was getting out of the car. He stealthily hit his iphone in the car center console. And after the bad guy drove away called the police logged into his account found the iphones location in real time. Long story short, please brought up their helicopters. They tracked down the car they made an arrest and from start to finish this all happened in less than an hour. So if you need to stop a carjacker guess what there's now an app for that. And while we're on the topic of cars and technology dash cams. Make perfect sense. We sold them for years over at shop dot commando dot com. But what about a car that watches you drive? All right. Yes. That does sound kind of creepy. It's in the works that could be coming to a Volvo near you at some point down the line. So as you're driving the Cameron the cars. Watching you can see if you're paying attention could monitor your pupils for glucose levels. They car could potentially take preventative measures bit determines that something's wrong. But the Cameron also add facial recognition in the car with. No, it's you every single time. It gets in where you go. How long stay there. Well, we'll tow British car magazine that the footage gathered be anonymous snuck we share with anyone else like law enforcement or insurance companies. They just haven't said what they would do with it. So here we go again, just like fingerprint technology company cars another way for manufacturing. Exactly who you are what you're doing. Let's throw some targeted advertising along the way and also some data mining and they're gonna start making more money off of our data. And speaking of cars, here's something I think we can all get on board with how about finding a new way to calm a fussy baby. I actually know a couple get this every single time and little Johnny Depp wants to go to sleep. They strapped the kid into the car seat. And they drive around the block for like five or ten minutes. Crazy stuff. Well, Hondas are indeed department purely has some spare time on their hands. So they started working on a plush car toy with an app controlled speaker that reproduces engine noise. Don't you standing engine noise? There's science behind this. Researchers said the babies in womb ear sound similar to low frequencies, evanger noise. So they brought in a dozen babies. They tried thirty seven different engine. Sounds of. Hondas over the past five decades, the engine sound that work best to sue the Crichton little cherubs. Well, of course was the one hundred fifty seven thousand accurate NSF sports car. So they put together this small Car Toys with a speaker. They call it the sound sitter. They showed it off to some parents here. Let's take a listen to how it actually worked in the research labs..

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"american forces network" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"american forces network" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"American forces network radio. I love that a hundred and seventy seven different countries and every ship at sea gets the Kim commando show. And of course, it's called the Kim Komando show because I am America's beloved digital goddess Kim commando here with you once again. No devices. Seven. I mean, you know as soon as they get teenagers. I bet you that whole songs just going to be a little bit different. Listen. The phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us love to hear from you. I'm sure you have at least a few questions about something digital. I can lend a hand to and as you're calling in. Let's get this party started already with our global news of the week update. We put this together for you every single week. So that you do know everything that's going on this most important to you. And let's begin with the news that I want you to remember from now on cameras are so small that they can be hidden anywhere. Even in a hotel room shower. This actually, really frightening. Imagine you're tired from the airport hassles. The airplane ride you get settled into your hotel room. And you take a shower to relax, and then the trip is over your back home. You check your Email, and there's this strange bizarre. Emails someone you don't know. Sent you a note and the sender says. He has a video of you taking a shower in that hotel room, and that video of you in the shower is also posted to a pornographic website. All right, you click the link and oil sure enough. That's you in the shower. Now, Email sender wants cash and another sexy video from you. If you don't deliver threatens, you he says that your contacts are going to get a copy of the shower video that you're like, oh get outta here. So your Email a few days later, your family members and friends and co workers and your boss get a video of you in that hotel room taking a shower and get this it sent from your Email address. And that's how easy it was for an extortionist to send the video of this woman taking a shower to everyone that she knew now that this woman is suing Hilton now alleging that this is what happened to her. So do this. Always check your hotel rooms and vacation rentals for hidden cameras. Twenty dollar are f- detectors. We'll help you. Find them. Have links to the best ones over at commando dot com..

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"american forces network" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"american forces network" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"From coast to coast and around the globe on American forces network radio. It's called the Kim Komando show because after all I'm the host. And my name is Kim commando crazy. Hey, listen. There is so much coming up in this hour. I was having trouble like squeezing it all land like, for example, our money tip talking about how you can get cash back without even trying type rebates when you're buying gifts. And also later on a letter from our listener mail that companies that are tracking you're on the web and how you can maybe make that stop. We've got some really expensive tech gadgets that you might want to put on your Christmas list. We've got apple ID's that are getting hacked crazy stuff. But of course, no hours complete without you on the phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us once again that toll-free numbers one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and before we go back to all of your phone calls this show, some new products and interesting things that crossed my screen that you need to know about first of which is what could possibly be wrong with this idea. Google says that they wanna put a virtual assistant in every room of your house. That's right. Yes. They're calling it the Google digital spying. Ecosystem boyd. I added that word's fine. That's not really what it's called the Google digital ecosystem. Speakers smart plugs, voice controlled vacuums smart. Displays cameras all throughout the house. They say, so this way, everything can communicate with each other. And you can communicate with it. Even when you're not home. Now, you have to remember Google makes his money selling advertising, very targeted advertising based on what they know about you. So imagine how much more data they could collect if they heard if they watched every single thing that you twenty four seven well a recent study, as you know, found that digital systems can be awake. Even when people think that they're not listening and Google says, oh, you don't have to worry about any of that. Sure. Okay. All this is going on the only thing that guns and roses singer axl rose is worried about is his weight, right? It was demanding that Google takedown images online that show. He's fat. Just imagine what we'll see when the new Google digital ecosystem is in place, my eyes. My eyes helped me. All right. Speaking of new worlds, it's no longer. Good enough just to curl up and read a book with your kid. It has to be immersive. It has been digital has to be all encompassing and for this. There's a new app it's called wonder scope if you have kids coming over for the holidays load this bad boy up, and you can be the coolest adult on the block well until Santa shows up. It's story telling in augmented reality, and that's the new tech buzzword where basically it overlays digital images on screen so show the actual world around you so think of like, Pokemon, go, meet Snapchat filters. And so they got a couple of books out one is the little red and banters spin on the classic fairy tale, a brief history is stunts by astounding people like that wing walking grannies and thrill seekers and the app prompts you with your own short lines in the play script after you saying the characters look you in the eye, and they respond just as if they're speaking with you. This is actually really something. The first two stories are. Aimed at kids around seven to ten. So again, if you've got kids that are coming over it's called the wonder scope, and it's not just Google and kids books that want to get into your head get the Samsung does too and this time is now with the Samsung phone, it's actually with a television. Samsung has partnered with Swiss scientists and something that they're calling project Pontus ultimate goal is to build an interface for your television. That would be controlled by your brain and software. So if you wanna switch the channels control volume, you can do that with your brains instead of actually your body now bring control gadgets aren't new there's simple brain controlled mine flex game by Mattel you wanna play around with this tech. But there's a lot more. It's the TV that you can control with your mind. I mean, it's going to be great for some stability. But I do choosing. And I'm like that too. No longer. Do I have to get my lazy? Butt off the couch to reach over pick up the remote. To find something else to binge watch. Netflix. Such first world problem there. And apple hasn't had a lot of innovative products. Lately. I agree. But one that they do have. It's just phenomenal is are those air pods there snug in your ears. The audio quality's terrific, they're small they're lightweight. UK? Just say, hey, serious would your phone then you get Siri baffles? Nexgen air pods. News out this past week is going to have everything, but the kitchen sink. Well, maybe that's saying to it's going to have noise. Cancellation water resistance doesn't mean that you can jump in the pool and start swimming laps with the air pods, but you can sweat and be out in the rain. They're also considering adding biometrics stuff like your heart rate, monitor. And maybe maybe they've been promising this for years wireless charging wireless chart. Now, we Andrew I'd like you to pay attention to this particular story because. It's something that I don't know. If I quite understand. I'm here to help. You don't weddings are tough on families absolute, I mean, there's always a certain amount of drama. Families getting along is she good enough. Is he good enough? I was just at a wedding this past weekend and the exact same chatter was happening behind the scenes. Oh, really? Yeah. Okay. A little late, folks. And then you have people who don't want to sit with other people people that want to be at the head table, and they're not at the head table. So they're all ticked off when I'm her favorite cousin. Yes. Okay. And the photos, I want to be the photos. Why didn't you asked me to be in the photos? It's just a whole bunch of stuff. Well, there's a guy in Tokyo by the name of Akiko condo is his name. And his mother said I am not coming to your wedding. I'm not it's her only son. She said, I'm not going to your wedding. Because you my son are marrying a hologram. Does he really marrying hologram? Yes. The bride is a virtual character reality singer named hat SUNY. Mccoo animated sixteen year old with saucer is in Akwa marine, ping tails, and he spent seventeen thousand six hundred dollars on a formal wedding ceremony and party afterwards about forty guests watch as he tied the knot with me coop. Present in the form of a cat sized soft doll. Okay. And he says I've never cheated on her. I've always been in love MAC mccoo should never find out. If you did I've been thinking about her every single day since I met her I love mccoo and since March condos been living with this moving talking hologram in two thousand eight hundred dollars desktop little device that he bought he considers himself an ordinary married. Guy. Wife wakes up each morning sends them off to his job as an administrator at a primary school home. Gosh, isn't that? Frightening right there. Hey gab. In the evening when he tells her by phone that he's coming home. She turns on the lights. She tells him when it's time to go to bed. She says, I love you. He sleeps alongside the doll version of her that actually attended the wedding. He bought her a wedding ring that fits around her left wrist. The guys says this is why I married mccoo two dimensional characters can't cheat age or die. He points out wrong. The batteries could die or the wifi could go down and she give him the cold shoulder. Mike's jealous. Yeah. This guy's got a stuffed animal. What do you got right? Have you ever thought about marrying your lawnmower and just think about? Kids. You imagine. Hi, mom. I'd like you to meet my wife. Hold on. Let me download or to you. Okay. Oh, darn it. Her batteries more. She's got a charger. Speaking of families, notice this segue right into legacy box dot com. Create a one of a kind family movie, take your photos your film rules as far back as nineteen seventy eight eighty Samal camcorder tapes old VHS videotape. 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"american forces network" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"american forces network" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"In syndication on networks across the US and available internationally on the American forces network. All right. Well, you just if you hadn't realized this. If you listening in this is kind of pre-tape, so we just paused because Tiffany Stony. He can had a good conversation going on. I literally cut you guys off welcome show key can Kate obviously, Tiffany stones here with me. But we're talking about Keegan and his lack of having a good time. It seems so far. I know I said he's like losing my voice. I'm like, why did you already parties? No. I went to bed early. Did you I said, no, I don't drink anymore. But I still gambled. I'm up three hundred and twenty five dollars. So far Tiffany stone parties she just parties alcohol. She's like one of the few people that can pull it off. I had so much fun. We went it's like Hof broth house or something that German bar. That's over here. Oh, I thought you're gonna say hogs and heifers. Oh, I did. Can you just laughs when we start talking hogs you've been there? I know. He has no idea. He probably being the most perfect like husband and dad right now 'cause Catherine's at home. He is doing nothing special because she's listening to this. Good, catherine. Go get in kicking a little Mike now, take an astronaut so. So. So yeah, we are here at seeming, Keegan. The. Here we were like all total serious with rob BAC. And now we've got like. The old bitch Guthrie story. Oh god. No, Michi, Dino, three Anyar. We're sitting there heard I admit for hundred four hundred we're doing radio with Polaris and Mitchell walks up. This package of underwear that says my package, and we're like that's the brand name. It says my packages like why are you holding your package in your hand? And it just. And does the jokes just kept going and going and going to the point where we were talking about it again? And he's like, why are you talking about this because it was funny? Maybe since Vegas thing, I told him. I'm like MSCI on like every time I think are you from now on I'm going to think about your package. Like, he's like people like we're like five minutes in this interview. We hadn't talked about anything Micciche just like duties like I just don't want him want to do this interview anymore. Tiffany crack it up. He's like red face than like anytime. You get. Oh, yeah. He was like. Yeah. So anyways, we're at the Sema show with kidding Kincaid at division wheel booth. You guys. Well, you wrapped up the season at Crandon. Right. So you spend. Yes, we went to the four by four in Indianapolis for the jamboree for vision. And had a good time. We did some demos there. That was my first four by four jamboree since I think the core day like a celebrity there. Something rent was telling me, I can't remember the title. They gave you. Yeah. Oh, yeah. The grand Marshall. The grand marshal four by four jamboree. And I almost got to do the wet t-shirt context for it. But I thought better out or half. Oh, I thought he said he was grow hillbillies there had to have a blast drinks flow. And I'm sure like, yeah. It was a it was a good time. Got to hang out all day. We did three demos a day. And so it was fun. We got burned some tires off and put on a show for the crowd. So it was fun. Nice. Yeah. That's a whole different crowd. If those jamborees to burn more gas just going around in a circle pricey tiff their next year. I was gonna go tires aren't big enough. We got thirty five zero you gonna at least have forty plus years left on their okay? I got to injured after game here too. I am. But then if I up my game, my mic off camber will push me off some ends when I go. You can't the two inch lift is big enough. It was a high offsets all about the looks. What are you talking function? Are you going to the jamboree? It's all about the looks functioning Jeep to knock me off on the now, that's why you in the Jambi aren't a good fit east era. Great fit together. So yes. So that happened our here at Sima. What are you doing just hanging out with vision?.

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"american forces network" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"american forces network" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Get the latest from subaru rally team usa at subaru dot com slash rally thanks for tuning into the down and dirty radio show available live online in syndication on networks across the us and vailable internationally on the american forces network and we're back here on the down and dirty radio show powered by polaris razor jimmy ramey hood here like to welcome our guest the line just in brayton how's everything going man it's going great happy to be in vegas and looking forward to the final round of supercross yeah well talk about being in vegas i gotta ask you one twenty eighteen started were you expecting to have a year like this i mean i'm looking at things and you got to be pretty stoked on the way twenty eighteen is rolled out for justin brayden i'm really honestly i you know you always expect to do well and i did feel really good coming into the season but to look back on the year into you know to have one daytona and in one couple triple crown races and several podiums and fourth in points right now man i it's been on the dream season and yeah couldn't have asked for much to healthy and i've really enjoyed it you know i've been super happy with the team and the bike and everything so it's been one of them years where just everything jelled together and looking forward to closing it out hopefully with another win in vegas.

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"american forces network" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"american forces network" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Get the latest from subaru rally team usa at subaru dot com slash rally thanks for tuning into the down and dirty radio show available live online in syndication on networks across the us and available internationally on the american forces network and we are back here on the down and dirty radio show powered by polaris razor like to welcome our next guest to the line juliana daniel how is everything going give mornings jim everything is going great that is goods i'm y'all it's great amy was on in the beginning earlier she's so she'd races monster jam as you know and she's actually at monster jam universities she works for feld obviously but she's training for something mostra jam university so she said to tell you hi and she's bumped she missed you but we'll have to get you on here again sometime soon that what you guys can catch up yeah well i miss her high amy i find she's probably tune in listening she just can't on right now so yeah so so you survived another supercross season barely i gotta i gotta ask you because i didn't watch i didn't want you instagram live you knew this question was coming what the heck did you do but it was like i mean seriously looked like it was brutally painful well you know it's funny this past week and i literally kept joking with people i was like i should have just like written it all down type on a piece of paper and just handed out fliers that was the only thing that anyone has all ican.

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"american forces network" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"american forces network" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Thanks for tuning into the down dirty radio show available live online in syndication on networks across the us and vailable internationally on the american forces network all right welcome back to the down thirty radio show powered by polaris razor kicking off our number two for those you and national syndication our number one still like the tail end of our number one for those of you listening online just the way the clocks workout but yes the show does go from tuesday's online to two hundred networks around the country on wednesdays and saturdays on the american forces network with our military in what i think it's like five hundred networks one hundred and seventy seven countries so thanks to all you guys for tuning in make sure in tune into my other show project action the drops on thursday this week we're going to have this upcoming dax shepard interview that we're airing here in our number two can have full director's cut style dropping this thursday on project action last week we had good friend of mine nate adams who is partners with adam corolla in chassis media he was my guest they do outta motive documentaries one on willy t ribs are willing t rib what they've got shoot i'm just trying to think they've done so many stuff on the mons stuff for bmw they did amazing one on alex zanardi guys you wanna talk about a crazy indy car crash pray the wild one in history that alex revived but says some amazing automotive documentaries they got some stuff coming out on the indian wrecking crew later this year so definitely check him out check that out on project action you know it's it's a different type of interviews a little bit longer form we get into stuff we don't necessarily watch the four letter words so much but a lot of guys are supported that best year year and a half and let's doing well so thank you guys so yeah like amy said she's got her new show coming out in two weeks as well called amy hoods wild ones so yeah tuesday's it'll be down and dirty wednesdays it'll be wild ones thursday it will be a project action.

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"american forces network" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"american forces network" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"If you looking for insightful financial perspective on key market strategies keep luck in georgia this is the big big show hello this is ross and sewing oh my goodness business leaders and stuff american forces network his father on television until about cd apple tv amazon firewood so far we to us one rusty nail sounds are we can we can was let's see free good start on friday we started off together at jake's on the beach having a little beverage early really really i thought you have i thought you were going to go take a nap i guess is slowly creeping into my life is cold is only yeah right sounds like a beer enough yeah gearing up for my wednesday gig with and gentle bird has spurred horses that was me not loss so actually this is what happened we had horrible fires here we have two nights of really bad fires here and it was a very rural area where they had a lot of horses and a lot of resources to start running thankfully those horses were were saved by most del mar thoroughbred resorbing class where we have our our races every year so it was it was really great psoriasis julian option with gelatin houston bo derek elvis costello angled nor backward backgrounds yeah bird is back so we're just so so incentive to hear of yesterday's as we all know how how verse i am to public places russia's favorite game let's go to talk on tuesday and watch silly having become awkward yes so anyway so i will be there wednesday with you capacity i'm going to make you a spotter something like that yeah gearing up right now feel some leftover hollywood basing rights for news maxi is a he's an attorney he's a lawn structure he's one of the original members of the temptations any also plays blues harp for fisher 61 of americans are dissatisfied is out the garbage says i don't believe it or satisfied okay there are no big goal it's big time we're going to give.

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