18 Burst results for "Ben Fox Ruben"

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Well guess we saw this coming Bernie Sanders the Vermont independent endorsing former democratic rival Joe Biden in his run for president of course last week Sanders I dropped out of the presidential race on the democratic side but at the time did not announce any type of endorsement he finally came today no surprise he is endorsing Joe Biden in the race for president online retail giant Amazon now embarking on another massive round of hiring as it struggles to cope with an avalanche of orders triggered by the virus stayed home orders the company announcing today is looking for seventy five thousand you workers that's on top of the one hundred thousand U. staff already hired most of the jobs are in warehouses senior writer Ben fox Rubin telling KNX Amazon is trying to deal with an unprecedented situation not only they're experiencing a huge surge in demand by literally everything going on in the world has gone upside down in this topsy turvy sing talking about FedEx UPS the U. S. postal service delivery networks everything's changed everything is different and everything is slow down gummed up supply chains are come down I would say if you're expecting ten day delivery or two day delivery anytime soon you might be dreaming other big retailers announcing big new hiring searches include the likes of Walmart Instacart and Kroger which of course owns the Ralphs supermarket chain here in southern California or some help for LA area restaurant workers who've lost their jobs because of the coronavirus the restaurant workers relief program is being run out of LA eatery squirrel would shut down over safety concerns for staff chef and owner Jessica Koslow we could control ourselves and how we were operating but we couldn't necessarily control you know how people were coming to the restaurant to work on how they were engaging you know once they arrived anyone who could show they were laid off restaurant worker with the W. to layoff letter or schedule gets too hot meals and provisions that bag has toilet paper it has detergent to wash your clothes and coffee and hard cheese from cowgirl creamery and has all these beautiful things that you you truly need to I never thought your fridge or get through the week Costello says they have enough money to operate through the end of the month more donations would keep them going through may Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio over so many families now spending all of their time together indoors for the most part because of the corona virus outbreak there are new unexpected social situations inside the.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Case said there should be a criminal investigation launched into how uber obtain the secret U. S. attorney David Anderson describes what former engineer answer Anthony Levin Taos ski did when he left Google just weeks after his resignation from Google in February twenty sixteen eleven nasty signed a term sheet with uber a company that was investing heavily in its own self driving car program eleven dollars he was charged with thirty three counts of trade secret staffed and could be sentenced to up to ten years the Japanese automaker has found a way for golfers to automatically sync birdie putts Nissan's pro pilot golf ball looks familiar on the outside on the inside it's packed with technology applicables to the company's pro pilot driver support system seen at senior reporter Ben fox Rubin says the gimmick is a hole in one for self driving technology even though this is kind of like a fine concept that Nissan is presenting it really points to a very broad idea that's going on in automotive these days which is hopefully more and more tech gets included into cars that makes it harder and harder for there to be human error and the car does a lot more to help make sure that you stay on the road properly not seen as a band fox Rubin and have you heard about the can venture hundreds of beer can collectors there are such a thing heading to New Mexico for this big event they are members of the brewery collectibles club of America and there can mention is scheduled to begin Thursday to start celebrating all different kinds of beer cans at three day national gathering at the Albuquerque convention center the club says the event attracts collectors of all over the world who trade by I and sell vintage and craft beer cans it's also a chance for those attending to sample some beer from local brewers in the Albuquerque area this gathering began all the way back in nineteen sixty nine after a collector David Wright junior put an ad in the Saint Louis newspaper asking that anyone who collected beer cans should contact him six collectors responded back then they held an event in Denver a few months later the rest as they say is history Scott Sam's newsradio.

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Amazon Prime Day 2019 will last 48 hours

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon Prime Day 2019 will last 48 hours

"And then there's Amazon prime day it's actually two days prime day is starts midnight early actually your test Pacific time early Monday morning July fifteen this coming Monday runs all the way through Tuesday Ben fox Rubin was seeing that get to be a prime member to do this yes yes it's called prime day you have to be a prime member to do it at a hundred twenty dollars a year if you spend it annually but the thing is is that a lot of other retailers really there's a potential weakness that they can exploit with Amazon so folks like Walmart has really been pushing this whole concept that Hey we also have really good deals and you don't need to sign up for a membership to get the this'll be Amazon's lying long is prime day ever clocking in at about forty eight

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"That's a great way of framing it i i think apple is a really good example i think in general in my best theory on this why it's happening now is that there is just in general abroad perception change in the market a lot of it is news narrative a lot of it is a just how people see major tech players and how elected officials see major tech players a where there's just so much more negative impression there's a lot more interest a in to privacy what one of these tech companies doing doing with my data you know the the concerns and comments about breaking up big tech a have gained a lot of momentum so 'em those privacy concerns i think klay very much into those areas a so those are all important questions be asking however i think it's also important to balance that against the fact that these are likely not impacting device sales or use edged the same way a data breach or a hacker would that i haven't seen that happen a so that's one element other element is is far privacy concerns we've seen some of this happened before if you're called alexa murder case which was owned brealey right released or any situation for amazon tax deal west 'em and not really points to how this is still a new technology growing pains are gonna continue that's that's gonna keep happening beat yes city idea of are absolute send it to us is not new so most people are still on aware that their devices listen to them right now their phone through their baseball cap or their instagram app or fill in the blank a those apps are listening to you by deep all do you have going in turn off that privacy setting 'em so people will say oh my gosh i was talking about camping and suddenly i'm getting ads were camping gear up across the internet how did this happen and you know so this is not a totally new concept we covered this 'em on the local television broadcast cast a a maybe two years ago so it's interesting that story kind of died down and hasn't been talked about that much but are devices are already listening to us and you know it's a reminder that i need to go back into my privacy settings and and see which devices are accessing my microphone and listening in my conversations and then parsing those conversations into a you know advertising data and you know giving me information on the latest couch 'em so it's not it's not new and it's interesting that it you know that that is a story hasn't hasn't continue just there are just there are mobile devices yeah so i i think it's clear that went bensaid is correct that it's not really impacting device sales today i have a feeling what's going on is there's there's vice closing the nobody really wants to be caught in you've got sort of face booking at general problems around privacy and security they seem to not go away in so there's that there's that beamer that that top top line storyline her story arc that's out there did everyone wants to make sure they're not associated with in any way so they're trying to take steps to not be like that and then on the other side you've got apple very proactively showing fuel on the fire they say were private nobody else is it gives we sell devices everyone else makes money on selling you a and so you know i could see that everyone's like trying to take some steps the say no no were good citizens right they were were doing this and try to you know largely stay out and i i think you google sort of the most interesting one you know amazon makes most of its money by selling stuff to you so there's it's not as much selling you although there is some of that's growing part of their business but you know google clearly has this whole idea around advertising based on knowing you and knowing what you're doing and they they seem to be released skirting most of these issues they've done some things around security this year even better significant but they don't seem we getting too much blowback and you know sort of keeping a nice distance from from facebook detritus okay unless anyone has more comments on that i wanna get the segment nine and you know what segment nine as facebook wants to talk face book a rebuild within the last quarter can't remember exactly what it was but it was recently that they are working on a new voice assistant now they had assistant am which was eight chat base assistant which they shut down a most humans behind it a but they did have a little but hey i a they shut that down they launched portal last year which actually has a facebook assistance part of a lotta people haven't seen porto so they don't know the as you could ask portal do things for you and so there's some natural language processing there it's just very limited in terms of what it could do it most outta control be the chat the video chat interface and then for the rest of it they use alexa because then you have a device it actually had feature sets of people expect so let's start with ben on facebook wants to talk set a good idea i i don't think so i it goes back to exactly what you're saying that a their public enemy number one in a lot of people's eyes as far as a data problems lungs breaches a just a complete loss of trust in 'em they came out with portal while all of these cascading problems were happening for the company which here at cnn we were kind of like really are you are you sure this this is the right time to do this 'em everybody this used the product from what i could tell really likes it it seems to be a good product but spars trust this concern for an always listening device i do wonder whether it's really you're gonna do well i don't know if any of you guys have seen install base any install base information about it or whether it's taking off with customers i i can't imagine a lot of people are really trying to invite that into their home so i think they're gonna have a continuing problem with that whether a it's the portal or their own voice assistant eric and i thought man what you think of a voice assistant are a i i feel like they are getting into it because they can and not necessarily because there's a market demand or or even that there's a un obvious way to make america man if i thought it was interesting when when mark zuckerberg a little bit is investors call about how voice what's going to be a important in facebook's future i am trying to figure out what that what exactly look like in the end i wonder how much of it will be connected to their existing existing services so obviously with the portal but i wonder how much will be trying to turn facebook or ebay a voice dimension to face book ended surfaces overall you know where it becomes a you know usually local instagram a concern or even make audio on facebook messenger got hey brad i think it i think what's interesting do you have any is there any data on portal and the number of a a portal users that are out there 'em yeah i mean we've we've tested on it and i have some data had been released it because i'm not sure that it's accurate but it's i i think it's clearly bigger than most people think a because i think most people in our industry of said oh no one will get that but there's definitely people who have them and i've heard sort of back channel from facebook's no specific numbers but it did better and they expected interesting interesting yeah i haven't experienced it myself but a you know a couple couple series came to my mind about why why they why they got this out there they're hiring a tremendous amount of machine learning developers 'em in i think that i think developing this product with strategic from an internal 'em team standpoint from a capability standpoint also the give people something really interesting to work on to bring them on board so i think that there were a number of reasons they aren't readily maybe available 'em to you know to most folks but i know that they're doing a lot of hiring and i think that this product with strategic from a standpoint up you know put in those people to work on something that you know is is meaningful 'em so there's that kind of like maybe hidden agenda that we may not be able to see yeah fair enough wow tech has a hidden agenda new behind the flames privee corridor jonah hill that quote from an audio file all right this show were running a little tight on time i've got three more topics i'm gonna hit him kind of quickly a but i wanna make sure we do hit on so so certainly number ten was there and i oh we're so a couple of different things about google i o the first of all we learned that google home is going to be rebranded as nast so a home all right p a nascar but with the camera came out with that amiss date class following all of didn't have a camera 'em and there wasn't a lot of new stouffer voice first developers a so ben any thoughts on google's big soiree end what came across their positively or negatively yeah one of the interesting examples from me that they shut off with google duplex that was the big to do last year he duplex on the web you mean or last year it was google duplex where were gonna make phone calls on your behalf so you order chinese food or get a hair appointment and people were like oh my god like this seems so it wasn't both incredible as a piece of technology and also really creepy 'em by they switched it over the duplex on web which i guess from a ticket technological standpoint when the little disappointing for me that duplexes really seen his dislike very futuristic concept and instead of doubling down on that they just turned it to kind of like an auto federal feature yeah i feel like a force for you isn't that night yeah well then if you even talking about that other big story which was that i can't remember who broke that a might have been why won't say it would as 'cause i don't wanna get a run by a story about duplex most these restaurant reservations well maybe not most of them but most in their their task were made actually by humans in google even says at least a quarter to a third require humans intervene in order to make the duplex reservations ridiculous well only ridiculous because of the way they positioned it is they position it is only if they said there might be some human intervention year okay but i i think they just got caught off guard i i think their trials went better than they expected and then all of a sudden they got into the messy real world and a you need some humans because their biggest issue was they need to make sure these things got booked properly or there would have been a really big backlash yeah that's a good point.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"This is episode one oh four a deep voice by podcast my guest today are ben fox ruben i've seen that pete ericsson a motive in the voice summit in eric schwartz of voiced by this all star panel discussion de biggest stories of the first half of twenty ninety voiced by nation this is your host brett casella june is over that means the first half of twenty nineteen is in the books we grab some people the watcher industry very closely in ask them for their perspectives on the top stories of twenty nineteen dust far ben fox ruben have seen that thinks the billions of voice devices is this just testicles sleight of hand pete ericsson a motive end the big voice boy say i show of the year voice nineteen says that hit the feature from alexa was a big deal even a few people are talking about it eric schwartz from voiced by daddy i is knee deep into wearables in sees privacy is a focus area that won't soon go away get ready for an hour fast paced discussion we start with news from the first week of twenty nineteen and conclude with discussions about the short cut the nowhere in life on mars i think you're really gonna enjoy this one before we get started i do wanna do a quick shout out about some things going on in voiced by land in this goes to voice nineteen so what's voice nineteen if you don't know what it is it's the largest annual conference and the voice industry they will have over three hundred speakers and five thousand attendees if if you're any industry you're likely planning to attend already if it's not on your calendar i highly recommend you consider it if you could work it in voice nineteen begins on july twenty second with workshops end they exhibit hall in keynotes on the twenty twentythird so the twentysecond is the workshops the exhibits and keno start the twenty third location in newark new jersey at the new jersey institute of technology which turned out last year it'd be a great venue i was skeptical at first but it was actually great it's it's really nice college campus nice facilities it's near newark airport is near the train station in of course it's right outside of new york city i will be presenting a moderating a panel during the conference sessions will also be doing some livestream interviews from the venue and then one day david twentysecond i will be doing it three our voice strategy workshop to ten that you need to get a super pass and seating will be limited so if you want a quick start the kickoff in new voice strategy initiative or get a gut check on what you're already doing today this is a session will be useful to you after three hours you'll have some new ideas new insights a framework and they plan of attack for monday morning i hope to see you there definitely get the super pass in sign up so you grab grab one of those seats in that room if you'd like to sign up also used the discount code voice spot for fifteen percent off that's enough on boys nineteen i hope to see you there tweet at me if you have any questions okay time for this week's panel discussion on the top news of twenty nineteen okay brecon sally here i'm thrilled to be joined today by ben fox ruben have seen that pete ericsson of mode as an my colleague out eric schwartz from voice bob are goal over the next hour is just discuss the top stories from the first half of twenty nineteen related to voice in technologies but before we get to the questions i thought it would be good have are panelist introduce themselves pete why don't you leaders off sure so i peter jackson i am the founder of motive i'm also the creator of voice summit a which will be a small gathering at the end of july in newark new jersey how small will bain we actually have we i think we have more than three hundred and fifty speakers coming from twenty five countries he's an a we expect to hit about five thousand attendees so we're gonna have some fun and july for sure newark and july everyone wants to be there that's right okay eric schwartz why don't you introduce yourself sure so i may a staff writer for voiced by i'm a relatively new start in about a month ago but i've been writing and recording on a technology of all sorts over over a decade now great okay ben yeah i'm a senior reporter at c net and i cover amazon smart home voice ecommerce and payments okay great only forgot to do something you guys each we need to say just set the tone were just gonna say you're not gonna give any explanation will get back to it a peach start top story first half of twenty nineteen for you invoice oh that is i i got i we talked about this just before we came on and it's a really tough question but i would say that they hit the compliance a wit a with amazon is a pretty big deal in is gonna open the door to a quite a bit of innovation in that space but you're also so impact other regulated industries okay i'd see eric i'd have to say just based on what i've been reading about so far these proliferation of the enterprise a voice technology seems to be really take you know based on just how many a new permutation the voice for a business there seems to be popping up just last month okay am ben yeah bloomberg had a piece a couple of months ago a couple of weeks ago about a how humans are listening to alexa utterances and that one had a lot of really interesting residents and yeah i guess we could delve into that a little bit more later on okay as a host i will say you guys are all almost almost right now has to do with the fact that voice assistance and now everywhere there's two billion devices but we will get to that okay so the first thing that we wanna talk about is smart speakers everywhere everywhere so are first story we might as well leadoff with the big news they've started twenty nineteen and it's really are old favorites smart speakers we we tend to get beyond that a little bit now but smart speakers are definitely at a focal area for this space voiced by data showed a forty percent rise and installed base smart speaker users in the u s in twenty eighteen that meant that more than one in four you us adults now had access to a device on some other studies found slightly higher adoption or some slightly lower but they all showed significant growth user base well over fifty million sixty to seventy million now in the u s a what do you make of the smart speaker milestone in growth rate will start with you ben yeah so i wrote a story out of cbs about this i think this statistic that i wrote was that about a thirty percent of thirty two percent of u s households now have smart speakers in them in while that's a huge number when you compare it to what it was virtually zero about four five years ago right when voice assistance were starting to take off smart speakers were starting to take off the question that i've always been interested in is when is it gonna head even further into the mainstream so were were kind of the point where were well past early adopters were now into early mainstream and amazon in particular is really busy trying to add its voice assistant into anything in everything connected to a wall clock a recently it's last big a presentation in september so what i'm looking for is when i dunno more grandparents are gonna start having more kids you're gonna start having a smart speakers in their in narrows a an end not proliferation would continue to go well above that it's thirty percent mark because once once it hits closer to fifty then you can expect i mean there is a good chance there's a possibility that a it could reach ubiquity similar smartphones maybe maybe that's a little too bullish i'm not sure yeah so it doesn't have to be fifty percent or is twentyfive percent enough i don't know have you thought about that hard to say hard to say i just kind of think that once you had fifty percent it's kind of like i just almost wonder where you go to your neighbor's house there you go to your friend's house and they have a smart speaker it almost becomes this imbedded practice there also a and granted this is controversial a in in some areas but i'd be idea of a having smart speakers already included in a university dorm rooms are already included as part of a more smart apartments so just kind of making it the default option hasn't quite yet happened and i don't i don't know what that percentage would look like whether that would be hitting fifty percent or what have you buy 'em were certainly a lot closer to that happening and we were a year ago two years ago so pete you spent most of the last decade steeped in the mobile world a in that his you know smartphones and mobile in general is reached that near rubik with his band was talking about how do you view these numbers in terms of smart speaker a well i think that they you know what we're seeing is the next interface end 'em anybody with the consumer product almost is trying to figure out how to engage their consumers using this you know using the new user interface a it's an imperative and you know it's it's tippers from mobile in that you know mobile apps had a very clear path to monetization very early on the path is not is clear with smart speakers however it is incumbent upon brands to kind of figure this out so whether you're an airline or an automotive company we just had a chat with the with mercedes benz in in their eight class their voice assistant is he beat you're proud of a feature component of the car 'em so when you know it's sort of like it's a must have from one standpoint of the market and the rest of the market's gonna follow low a which is a little bit different than a than mobile mobile developers of the ones that really pushed that market open and 'em and i think in this case it's gonna be the brands and they enterprise there got a whole a the developers of this market oh okay that's interesting all right eric you're relatively new to reporting this be a but you clearly were aware of smart speakers and voice assistance before you started focusing in this area exclusively is you become more familiar with the space what do you think these figures around smart speaker adoption main i think it's similar to what others have been saying about sort of reaching a tipping point i think a it it says sti see foundation you know once you have see hardware everywhere then it becomes easier to spread whatever lee killer app or whatever these thing is that makes everyone wants to have him there a person i think it'll be whatever whatever a solution comes for personalization i think of in the old days when you add a computer lab and you go into a computer lab and signing to do such as yourself now is why it's useful out those around now i feel like a the smart speakers were almost becoming that sort of thing where it's unique to have your own access to a your personalized software be the hardware that's based in in a public place or in a hotel room or whatever it might be yeah that's a i think that's a great point be.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"A new voice assistant now they had assistant am which was eight chat base assistant which they shut down a most humans behind it a but they did have a little but hey i a they shut that down they launched portal last year which actually has a facebook assistance part of a lotta people haven't seen porto so they don't know the as you could ask portal do things for you and so there's some natural language processing there it's just very limited in terms of what it could do it most outta control be the chat the video chat interface and then for the rest of it they use alexa because then you have a device it actually had feature sets of people expect so let's start with ben on facebook wants to talk set a good idea i i don't think so i it goes back to exactly what you're saying that a their public enemy number one in a lot of people's eyes as far as a data problems lungs breaches a just a complete loss of trust in 'em they came out with portal while all of these cascading problems were happening for the company which here at cnn we were kind of like really are you are you sure this this is the right time to do this 'em everybody this used the product from what i could tell really likes it it seems to be a good product but spars trust this concern for an always listening device i do wonder whether it's really you're gonna do well i don't know if any of you guys have seen install base any install base information about it or whether it's taking off with customers i i can't imagine a lot of people are really trying to invite that into their home so i think they're gonna have a continuing problem with that whether a it's the portal or their own voice assistant eric and i thought man what you think of a voice assistant are a i i feel like they are getting into it because they can and not necessarily because there's a market demand or or even that there's a un obvious way to make america man if i thought it was interesting when when mark zuckerberg a little bit is investors call about how voice what's going to be a important in facebook's future i am trying to figure out what that what exactly look like in the end i wonder how much of it will be connected to their existing existing services so obviously with the portal but i wonder how much will be trying to turn facebook or ebay a voice dimension to face book ended surfaces overall you know where it becomes a you know usually local instagram a concern or even make audio on facebook messenger got hey brad i think it i think what's interesting do you have any is there any data on portal and the number of a a portal users that are out there 'em yeah i mean we've we've tested on it and i have some data had been released it because i'm not sure that it's accurate but it's i i think it's clearly bigger than most people think a because i think most people in our industry of said oh no one will get that but there's definitely people who have them and i've heard sort of back channel from facebook's no specific numbers but it did better and they expected interesting interesting yeah i haven't experienced it myself but a you know a couple couple series came to my mind about why why they why they got this out there they're hiring a tremendous amount of machine learning developers 'em in i think that i think developing this product with strategic from an internal 'em team standpoint from a capability standpoint also the give people something really interesting to work on to bring them on board so i think that there were a number of reasons they aren't readily maybe available 'em to you know to most folks but i know that they're doing a lot of hiring and i think that this product with strategic from a standpoint up you know put in those people to work on something that you know is is meaningful 'em so there's that kind of like maybe hidden agenda that we may not be able to see yeah fair enough wow tech has a hidden agenda new behind the flames privee corridor jonah hill that quote from an audio file all right this show were running a little tight on time i've got three more topics i'm gonna hit him kind of quickly a but i wanna make sure we do hit on so so certainly number ten was there and i oh we're so a couple of different things about google i o the first of all we learned that google home is going to be rebranded as nast so a home all right p a nascar but with the camera came out with that amiss date class following all of didn't have a camera 'em and there wasn't a lot of new stouffer voice first developers a so ben any thoughts on google's big soiree end what came across their positively or negatively yeah one of the interesting examples from me that they shut off with google duplex that was the big to do last year he duplex on the web you mean or last year it was google duplex where were gonna make phone calls on your behalf so you order chinese food or get a hair appointment and people were like oh my god like this seems so it wasn't both incredible as a piece of technology and also really creepy 'em by they switched it over the duplex on web which i guess from a ticket technological standpoint when the little disappointing for me that duplexes really seen his dislike very futuristic concept and instead of doubling down on that they just turned it to kind of like an auto federal feature yeah i feel like a force for you isn't that night yeah well then if you even talking about that other big story which was that i can't remember who broke that a might have been why won't say it would as 'cause i don't wanna get a run by a story about duplex most these restaurant reservations well maybe not most of them but most in their their task were made actually by humans in google even says at least a quarter to a third require humans intervene in order to make the duplex reservations ridiculous well only ridiculous because of the way they positioned it is they position it is only if they said there might be some human intervention year okay but i i think they just got caught off guard i i think their trials went better than they expected and then all of a sudden they got into the messy real world and a you need some humans because their biggest issue was they need to make sure these things got booked properly or there would have been a really big backlash yeah that's a good point a beat or eric any comments on ipo i will say like if you jump in here in a second but d on device google assistant performance where they went through things like eleven or twelve different apps ops within like a minute and a half into his voice switching between the two really astounding i think one of the most important a technological demonstrations i've seen in the last year because it it shows where we're headed with this in terms of not just latency but also so some of the things you could do with privacy a peter eric any comment yeah i would i would just say that you know google is a very conservative company in many regards and i think the one of the things it was evident about a i and and the lack of maybe new developer tools and really like going after a voice verse developers and development is is because they didn't want to get themselves in a situation where 'em they upset developers so they're very they know where their bread is buttered the long run of making sure the developers are happy so they're tempering the release of some of their tools and tool sets i believe in that was evident 'em as you as you pointed out by maybe the lack of of announcements announcements around you know tool sets a yeah i think be i think be inapp experience invoice integration is is really cool and i think they're doing really well there but i expect a lot more from google over the next twelve months in next year i oh i definitely expect a lot more many more tools for a four boys and see if they they really doubled down on a on an android developers in try and get them to use google assistant and really not so much for the the voice first school action developer so that was that was probably disappointment yeah now just in schools oh he's been more than happy to be sort of a underneath demain apps you know having the whole powered by google a but mitchell a developer is making things a that used some element of google's technology services is something that they would probably be more than happy to a house rather than being sort of be marquee name so yeah fair enough okay so eric segment eleven as a shortcut to nowhere will series shortcuts cut it in the voice assistant game is there's just a bandaid while siri tries to catch up or is there something significant going on there i think it ties into what we're just saying about having a having siri be integrated with more services makes it easier if you're using and therefore something that more developers might be interested in signing developers i've been asking for a two inch great with siri a i think that a the problem with a apple's plans is that although they have smart speakers and things like that i think most people think of syria the thing on their phone rather than be voice assistant that they used for other parts of their life so they think of a new series series to do things on their phone not how the commutes siri to improve shorter make things easier and they're also until they and till apple can get people to think of siri the way they might think of alexa a they're gonna be they're gonna have to hope that having these short will a draw people into using siri by by way of getting people to use those apps that are now integrated with the forces system that we just say at a you know a apple if you go back to be i phone you know they came out the app starting come out for two more years 'em an apple is maybe you know one story is that they were really pushed into it because of the city tibia store so people were jailbreak in their phones and getting apps from sylvia an that forced the hand of apple to move in that market quicker but you know it was really good for apple so i would just say that i wanna see developers keep clamoring for more and more access just siri a poll apple ended this market a so that we can get you more great experiences a through a dry air pods.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"This is episode one oh four a deep voice by podcast my guest today are ben fox ruben i've seen that pete ericsson a motive in the voice summit in eric schwartz of voiced by this all star panel discussion de biggest stories of the first half of twenty ninety voiced by nation this is your host brett casella june is over that means the first half of twenty nineteen is in the books we grab some people the watcher industry very closely in ask them for their perspectives on the top stories of twenty nineteen dust far ben fox ruben have seen that thinks the billions of voice devices is this just testicles sleight of hand pete ericsson a motive end the big voice boy say i show of the year voice nineteen says that hit the feature from alexa was a big deal even a few people are talking about it eric schwartz from voiced by daddy i is knee deep into wearables in sees privacy is a focus area that won't soon go away get ready for an hour fast paced discussion we start with news from the first week of twenty nineteen and conclude with discussions about the short cut the nowhere in life on mars i think you're really gonna enjoy this one before we get started i do wanna do a quick shout out about some things going on in voiced by land in this goes to voice nineteen so what's voice nineteen if you don't know what it is it's the largest annual conference and the voice industry they will have over three hundred speakers and five thousand attendees if if you're any industry you're likely planning to attend already if it's not on your calendar i highly recommend you consider it if you could work it in voice nineteen begins on july twenty second with workshops end they exhibit hall in keynotes on the twenty twentythird so the twentysecond is the workshops the exhibits and keno start the twenty third location in newark new jersey at the new jersey institute of technology which turned out last year it'd be a great venue i was skeptical at first but it was actually great it's it's really nice college campus nice facilities it's near newark airport is near the train station in of course it's right outside of new york city i will be presenting a moderating a panel during the conference sessions will also be doing some livestream interviews from the venue and then one day david twentysecond i will be doing it three our voice strategy workshop to ten that you need to get a super pass and seating will be limited so if you want a quick start the kickoff in new voice strategy initiative or get a gut check on what you're already doing today this is a session will be useful to you after three hours you'll have some new ideas new insights a framework and they plan of attack for monday morning i hope to see you there definitely get the super pass in sign up so you grab grab one of those seats in that room if you'd like to sign up also used the discount code voice spot for fifteen percent off that's enough on boys nineteen i hope to see you there tweet at me if you have any questions okay time for this week's panel discussion on the top news of twenty nineteen okay brecon sally here i'm thrilled to be joined today by ben fox ruben have seen that pete ericsson of mode as an my colleague out eric schwartz from voice bob are goal over the next hour is just discuss the top stories from the first half of twenty nineteen related to voice in technologies but before we get to the questions i thought it would be good have are panelist introduce themselves pete why don't you leaders off sure so i peter jackson i am the founder of motive i'm also the creator of voice summit a which will be a small gathering at the end of july in newark new jersey how small will bain we actually have we i think we have more than three hundred and fifty speakers coming from twenty five countries he's an a we expect to hit about five thousand attendees so we're gonna have some fun and july for sure newark and july everyone wants to be there that's right okay eric schwartz why don't you introduce yourself sure so i may a staff writer for voiced by i'm a relatively new start in about a month ago but i've been writing and recording on a technology of all sorts over over a decade now great okay ben yeah i'm a senior reporter at c net and i cover amazon smart home voice ecommerce and payments okay great only forgot to do something you guys each we need to say just set the tone were just gonna say you're not gonna give any explanation will get back to it a peach start top story first half of twenty nineteen for you invoice oh that is i i got i we talked about this just before we came on and it's a really tough question but i would say that they hit the compliance a wit a with amazon is a pretty big deal in is gonna open the door to a quite a bit of innovation in that space but you're also so impact other regulated industries okay i'd see eric i'd have to say just based on what i've been reading about so far these proliferation of the enterprise a voice technology seems to be really take you know based on just how many a new permutation the voice for a business there seems to be popping up just last month okay am ben yeah bloomberg had a piece a couple of months ago a couple of weeks ago about a how humans are listening to alexa utterances and that one had a lot of really interesting residents and yeah i guess we could delve into that a little bit more later on okay as a host i will say you guys are all almost almost right now has to do with the fact that voice assistance and now everywhere there's two billion devices but we will get to that okay so the first thing that we wanna talk about is smart speakers everywhere everywhere so are first story we might as well leadoff with the big news they've started twenty nineteen and it's really are old favorites smart speakers we we tend to get beyond that a little bit now but smart speakers are definitely at a focal area for this space voiced by data showed a forty percent rise and installed base smart speaker users in the u s in twenty eighteen that meant that more than one in four you us adults now had access to a device on some other studies found slightly higher adoption or some slightly lower but they all showed significant growth user base well over fifty million sixty to seventy million now in the u s a what do you make of the smart speaker milestone in growth rate will start with you ben yeah so i wrote a story out of cbs about this i think this statistic that i wrote was that about a thirty percent of thirty two percent of u s households now have smart speakers in them in while that's a huge number when you compare it to what it was virtually zero about four five years ago right when voice assistance were starting to take off smart speakers were starting to take off the question that i've always been interested in is when is it gonna head even further into the mainstream so were were kind of the point where were well past early adopters were now into early mainstream and amazon in particular is really busy trying to add its voice assistant into anything in everything connected to a wall clock a recently it's last big a presentation in september so what i'm looking for is when i dunno more grandparents are gonna start having more kids you're gonna start having a smart speakers in their in narrows a an end not proliferation would continue to go well above that it's thirty percent mark because once once it hits closer to fifty then you can expect i mean there is a good chance there's a possibility that a it could reach ubiquity similar smartphones maybe maybe that's a little too bullish i'm not sure yeah so it doesn't have to be fifty percent or is twentyfive percent enough i don't know have you thought about that hard to say hard to say i just kind of think that once you had fifty percent it's kind of like i just almost wonder where you go to your neighbor's house there you go to your friend's house and they have a smart speaker it almost becomes this imbedded practice there also a and granted this is controversial a in in some areas but i'd be idea of a having smart speakers already included in a university dorm rooms are already included as part of a more smart apartments so just kind of making it the default option hasn't quite yet happened and i don't i don't know what that percentage would look like whether that would be hitting fifty percent or what have you buy 'em were certainly a lot closer to that happening and we were a year ago two years ago so pete you spent most of the last decade steeped in the mobile world a in that his you know smartphones and mobile in general is reached that near rubik with his band was talking about how do you view these numbers in terms of smart speaker a well i think that they you know what we're seeing is the next interface end 'em anybody with the consumer product almost is trying to figure out how to engage their consumers using this you know using the new user interface a it's an imperative and you know it's it's tippers from mobile in that you know mobile apps had a very clear path to monetization very early on the path is not is clear with smart speakers however it is incumbent upon brands to kind of figure this out so whether you're an airline or an automotive company we just had a chat with the with mercedes benz in in their eight class their voice assistant is he beat you're proud of a feature component of the car 'em so when you know it's sort of like it's a must have from one standpoint of the market and the rest of the market's gonna follow low a which is a little bit different than a than mobile mobile developers of the ones that really pushed that market open and 'em and i think in this case it's gonna be the brands and they enterprise there got a whole a the developers of this market oh okay that's interesting all right eric you're relatively new to reporting this be a but you clearly were aware of smart speakers and voice assistance before you started focusing in this area exclusively is you become more familiar with the space what do you think these figures around smart speaker adoption main i think it's similar to what others have been saying about sort of reaching a tipping point i think a it it says sti see foundation you know once you have see hardware everywhere then it becomes easier to spread whatever lee killer app or whatever these thing is that makes everyone wants to have him there a person i think it'll be whatever whatever a solution comes for personalization i think of in the old days when you add a computer lab and you go into a computer lab and signing to do such as yourself now is why it's useful out those around now i feel like a the smart speakers were almost becoming that sort of thing where it's unique to have your own access to a your personalized software be the hardware that's based in in a public place or in a hotel room or whatever it might be yeah that's a i think that's a great point be.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Streets, creating more dedicated bus lanes to allow for faster travel and the combined bus bike only lane is seen as the solution. In fact, the C TA says buses went so much faster during a bus bike lane experiment on halston street near Chicago avenue that had wants to try the alignment and other locations surveys found riders bus operators and cyclists all like the program. Bob Conway, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Amazon employees working on the Alexa, digital assistant reportedly been listening in unrecorded audio from the company's echo users for use and understanding human speech patterns see net. Reporter Ben FOX Rubin believes consumers, hold some responsibility. When using such devices, it's important to recognize the fact that if you are going to have an echo speaker in your house, where if you're going to have any sort of smart speaker in your house, there has to be some level of trust that you're willing to hand over to. These major tech company. Amazon says it takes security and privacy of our customers personal information seriously television personality could be heading in a new direction Cordish may be following in the footsteps of her late father, Robert Kardashian, a lawyer who defended OJ Simpson the reality TV star says she's apprentice with the San Francisco law firm, inspired by her successful effort to win freedom for Alice. Marie Johnson who was pardoned by President Trump. California's one of four states that don't require someone to attend law school before taking the bar exam. She told vogue magazine torch is the most confusing subject contract law the most boring and criminal law. She can do it or sleep. Pam coulter. CBS news and Oscar winning actor has prevailed in court Jeffrey Russia's come out, the Victor in a defamation case filed against a newspaper publisher and journalist in his native Australia. Rush had sued the Daily Telegraph in writer, Jonathon Moran over stories that said he. He had been accused of inappropriate behavior toward an actress who had played his daughter in production of King Lear or a few years back. A federal judge had ruled that rush had indeed been defamed by the article, the ACTA will get an initial payment of six hundred and ten thousand dollars in damages and when lawyers return next month at award could end up being higher amount. Squirrels Gabriel and we'll get to business news coming.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

"Welcome to the three fifty nine amounting i'm ben fox rubin after months of protest online and in person on every website from google read it and twitter two steps on capitol hill and outside politicians offices the big day has finally arrived the fcc is voting today on net neutrality regulations that essentially guarantee the internet service providers need to treat all traffic on the internet equally meaning barisal in comcast spectrum whatever would have to give google the same treatment as you know ben fox rubin shop dot com or any small website john ben fox ribbentrop dot com the regulations are meant to keep the internet open and fair what about the fcc a jeep pie has come out and argued that net neutrality stifles innovation and investments and saying that getting rid of these regulations would actually lead to a better internet experience bend this is a monumental decision an internet history i mean when we look back on this room that three 59 episode two million i mean what he what do you think the internet is going to look like i mean i don't really it's it's a very good question and good job really explaining a lot of what net neutrality as is a pretty complicated issue it's it's hard to say really what this is going to do and that's why i am certainly curious to see whether the vote actually does go through today because it has been scheduled but there's been a lot of push back to delay the vote and it's unclear how exactly this is all going to shake out in her weather it's going to impact consumers in any significant way whether a new administration with a new fcc chairman or chairwoman uh would end up just bringing back net neutrality so there are a lot of questions as far as what's actually going to happen here at the new york attorney general's office actually warned yesterday that two million of the comments on the fcc is website you know commenting on this vote had come from stolen identities or war fake some of them had come from people that were like can just died a month before they made the comment and you know the fcc rejected requests from the new york attorney general's off.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

"Welcome to the three fifty nine i'm ben fox rubin david cats meyer the ces tech show is coming in january and with it the introduction of a lot of new tv technology i invited david on to walk us through some of the biggest expected trends let's start with the easy stuff hdr 4 k how significant are those going to be for the show while they're going to be kind of the baseline so four k tvs any crtv is is cheapest three hundred bucks now so there every where the tv industry has moved on so see yes is kind of where you see the next step beyond these technologies what do you think you're the most excited about as far as any of those tech so i must excited about the the the competition between manufacturers at this point so right now we have a situation where at the high end of the market its oladapo led oullette eljisr organic let him any nyayo technologies kick in everybody's but it is the high ntv that people want to spend extra money to buy which is at like on average like how much would you say for something like that well the cheapest price for annoyed tv actually have an over black friday 5000 bucks for 55 inch tv okay that's expensive totally wide of what i learned myself when i wrote the article as mpd which does a lot of market research the average selling price is seventeenhundred for tvs that are more than a thousand dollars so that coveted high into the market that's actually not terrible now doesn't samsung make oleds i mean like they're very wellknown for that for the smaller screens for the phones funny you should ask so samsung is by far the most dominant brandon televisions united states they don't make and all the tv they make something called culinary which came out last year in that i thought they were trying to be a little you know imitative of of lg will he came out with what is q led i saw that at.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on Tech News Today

"Yeah i tried to echo show to the right now they give you like if you ask for paper towels they give you five choices and saying you can you can only in he can't really search and you can't compare anywhere else like ebay or while meyer target or anything like that so and i don't think they would be doing that anytime soon the other problem is is like any time i've done voice surge you got really annoyed or bored if you don't get what you one after the second option nobody really wants to wait for the third or fourth or fifth option so it's easier with the echo show but at the same time it's kind of like you know like the i'm feeling lucky button on google where unless it's the numberone option you're immediately like not going to get that interested so that's that's another hurdle for voice shopping uh going forward orban has lots more temps in his article on cnet and many more articles about amazon and all kinds of ecommerce and i'm sure he'll be passing more throughout the season when people begin shopping ben fox rubin is a senior reporter at cnet and he has been facts rubin on twitter thanks so much for joining us thanks rabbinate they cuban we'll talk to you soon i am finally we talked a little bit about vr will very uh very briefly arv are certainly a lot of fun but the experience can transcend mere entertainment value and go further and allow people to connect with the digital world on a much deeper level ate ice studios based out of culver city california allows for the recording of foetal realistic holograms that could later be viewed in vr kind of a time capsule taken to another level and joining us to talk about the emotional impact of volume at your video and the technology that drives it has been stein a general manager of aid ice studio sorry to event.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

"I really like the getting to the edges of the screen i like how how good it looks i do think that already apples displays of looked really good i mean i think the difference between you know they're they're regular displays and an auled display i think are really minor for the casual user but i do think this is like even chris byrd the black levels are really great but it's like i i think if you put them sidebyside in a in a normally late room other than filling the edges of the screen and that's apples estimate i think they've already made really great displays so i just like it for these sized to display ratio lastly we we can only at toowoomba's must the the notch yet controversial watched does it bother you sometimes have to expand a movie a fillip at every day stuff actually it doesn't really factor in there's two ways to look at its like is the notch cut out part of the screen or or those two bonus beds abud zone with atal with without outlook on his bets but what i mean is that almost all apps defaults to below than blow anything on march kind of like the essential phone from what i saw so that means you're actually getting a little bit smaller display than than it technically at five point eight so for most things that's what it feels like it's still larger than an or seven by the notch comes in a few only if you expand movies that the default as it doesn't feel that space sorry that smart fine italy don't expect if you're really hoping that would fill the entire thing like just put your finger there and go that's really that's really the space on the iphone ten display their he got it's nice i'm i'm sure absolute figure out ways to use it but also this bottom bit usually is not used by apps it's used for a navigation bar so this little narrow strip over here tends to not be part of the picture well either way scott unfortunately were out of time but thank you so much for coming on yeah if you want to read more about our coverage about the iphone ten check us out on cnn i'm ben fox rubin arrived i'm scott stein allowing work on thanks for listening will.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

"Buck another three fifty nine i'm ben fox rubin and scott stein gugel will be holding a big hardware launch event tomorrow starting at nine am pacific time twelve pm eastern time yes the livestream will be available unseen at what's going to be presented has largely been leaked out though unconfirmed the biggest device from the show should be the pixel to and pixel to excell notably they don't get rid of the top and bottom basil's like the samsung galaxy s eight and iphone 10 do so skied what are your thoughts on the design of this thing it looks fine i mean i love the the build quality of the original pixel but again it had a large basil on that found but a lot of people karabakh hammer quality pixel still has great cam equality the question near as to me is do the two in the two excel take big strides in camera equality in an already pretty competitive landscape and it doesn't look like they're going to include even in the xl version two cameras on the back do you think that that could actually hamper them hurt them in any way as it could hamper i think the ear people are getting more used to the dual cameras in what they can do there is the simulated boca fact that the pixel did which was an nieto not antastic but which larisa lee software mostly software but that's kind of fits were gugel wants to go which is in i think a lot of these are about computational things you can do software wise are ways that are not in the in the physical camera so maybe they talk about that now i think generally action when you sir recede is like oh that's it but that's the case with fucking snap is lego game gates a phone done not only that have a like think about the iphone ten where we're supposed to be a thousand dollars and people were.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

"Buffalo the fifty nine on ben fox rubin amounting and of with us today his friend of the show i as the wolf actor i will all right so we have three new iphones the iphone eight the iphone eight plus and the big one the iphone acts no way that had thrown ten sorry my mistake but the iphone ten is probably the big one that we should really talk about it starts at nine hundred ninety nine dollars is guide this new frame lewis display with an old led screen d'oro out of new i mean i think that it gives reveal of this was face id out of everything you know because it has no basil on it now they don't have the homebuying anymore and therefore no touch id young uh so you're fingerprints are useless now no but they're using and infrared sensor another center on the front to basically it'll pinpoint like 30000 dots on your face and they also have neural learning on it where it can learn as like you you grow with its alike as you get wrinkles on your face her as you like grow a beard or like put on like glasses it's able to to learn pass that what they talks about those at if you have a twin it's not that smart yet to tell the difference between these two which is interesting because i have identical twins and if i did actually have the money to get this phone i guess they were tried on them nagging at two for each of you can still foot of pain on there you don't have to i would imagine you could probably use just a regular pin code if as well but when he showed off that design we've seen this room or for a long time that big notch on top but that seems to be explained by a face id because of the o array of different technologies that are in the tom instead of just being like.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

"Welcome back to the 350 nine after are much too long hiatus amounting i'm ben fox rubin lots happened during our break like these san diego comecon last week roger chang has been on the ground covering things like the justice lead trailer geek weddings and 'bladerunner and vr but i want to talk about the avengers infinity wars trailer so the trailers only been seen at comecon indeed 23 disney's expo and it's driving the internet nuts that they can't watch it yet the roger has and he's really talking up all the crazy combinations of superheroes at their showing in this trailer bent when when the surely gets released to the public do you think it's going to live up to the expectations all the people on social media have maybe the people like comic book people seem to have this insatiable appetite for comic book trailers extended universe is all this kind of stuff roger mentions in a story that is supposed to have like sixty characters in this one i mean like doesn't that feel like too many i feel like it's going to be another spiderman three with that many people whereas i io here's the story line also like this is happening also yet peter parker like yours black all the time out whatever is is is is at one with dr octopus and the sanghoon that's that's only venemen sand man and that's only like to villains right i'm like i don't know how they're going to screen time for everybody it's like you're gonna see spiderman for like thirty seconds later getting paid anyway i feel like it's like superhero who framed roger rabbit who that's that's a good reference by also it's worth mentioning two people.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

"Luckily three fifty nine on ben fox rubin amount frank and with us today is special guest ace reviewer and generally awesome dude josh goldman and they're coming thank you so josh use spent a couple of days delving into the differences between apples ipad pro and microsoft surface pro i wanted to start by asking you about operating systems i got the impression from your story that if you wanted to do a lot of like heavy lifting and multitasking the surfaced pro was the clear winner here right absolutely um that basically because it's a full o s it's the desk cupo s on a tablet whereas the mobile ios on the i pet is still working in an app world where everything's lockdown can really get to what you want to get to okay so if if that's the case like why would i won in ipod liquider would like the cleared bandages of the ipod like for instance you mentioned security was one of them right so because it's all wall garden everything a you don't have to worry about getting a you don't have to worry about installing that executability comes in through your email roar installing some sort of application that may be shouldn't have installed the snow stealing information in a giving it to a i don't know who who they information goes i know hun hacker in russia as it so i mean that that's part of it well what if china battery life line pat is much better and battery life gallic considerably more so ran nearly twice that's lost our life by i'm wondering like wise is even a debate as far as like the surface prone ipad pro if one is clearly a full functioning like laptop that you can do work on alike ones like a real composer we had the greatest story because it was like thursday we had the sights on the of yet i mean.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

"I i can send you five dollars or if i won i can tell you i don't have to be a a chase members well rhino it see you like my are anti is how kid be could i could transfer by to your chase yes exactly it's rose to be all likes throughout this network that all the banks have been utilizing do you think this is potentially fatal to that know which is really gummy that's what the navy maybe i i think that so vendrell has been putting on a very brave face over this whole thing yeah saying like you know the real enemy here's cash and checks so we welcome somebody like cell but at the same time i think that they might be a little bit nervous the competition yeah that the banks have actually shown up over lewis holes lastly insurer got to check out a v are paid yes it arcade with mixes the are headset with movie magic sensors and props deliver at bore immersive experience that you get at home he was pretty blown away by this body he said that now this may be what finally gets people into the many times regan at say the her now it'll be a lot of ideas atlas five years you video now like you can see he basically walking around four war like he's walking around this plank he'll at as early as use describing this as his walking across a plaque he was sweating use feeling real exactly it's kinda cold actually fooled him into thicky he was in this world that's really what the are the promise of yours all about right i like the idea of somebody jury rigging they're living room to try to do the same thing she wouldn't let go the arcade right but at the same time i think this is a really smart idea to create something like a vr arcade yeah storage because on cnn i roger chaffee i'm ben fox rubin thanks for listening will.

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"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"ben fox rubin" Discussed on The 3:59

"Seems like if you're in the market for a new ipad you really should just wait until september yeah of course but that being said like this is supposed to get us one step closer to complete laptop replacement yet it gets that a little bit more at least that's according to sleep that's that's coming of i less eleven with near the files explore and things like that writers totally so if you want to wait until september sure but it's going to be the same price regardless so if you want to buy it sooner than that and start to mess around with hid in the you know with irs ten night to me that doesn't seem like there's anything wrong with that it's not like it's going to be a bad experience for you but you see people like actually starting to legitimately replaced their laptops of a tablet highbury counting like the ipad pros in general from what we've seen i think it's mostly been the surface not as much with the ipad by maybe this helps applegate a little bit closer to that and next up you know i don't know if you've heard about the small company called nintendo but um you know around last year there very successful with the any as classic and now sagan atari to video gaming giants are hoping to do the same with the genesis and the atari at a what is only hong machine yeah the pong machine okay you know people are going to buy that thing i don't know because these games are not for my generation so i'm wondering what let your thoughts are on this because i grow up with any of these guys obviously the second genesis flashback that's what they're calling it it's going to be this many console is definitely working on the nostalgia enough you know the same thing with the antius classics oh my expectation is that people would want to buy that they like sonic they like mortal combat that that to me seems like a good opportunity well that's all the time that we advertise podcast if you wanna see more of the czech has hanan cnncom amounting on ben fox rubin thanks for listening.

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