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Supreme Court Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Restrictions

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Supreme Court Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Restrictions

"The U. S. Supreme Court has struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics in a five four decision with Chief Justice John Roberts joining the majority the law require doctors performing abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals more now from CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum for those who believe that the addition of justices Gorsuch and cabin on the Supreme Court would guarantee that abortions would be restricted they didn't count on Chief Justice Roberts becoming the swing vote in abortion case justice Roberts is now filled the shoes of justice Kennedy here joining with the four liberal justices the court ruled that having only two doctors in the entire state of Louisiana lawfully permitted to perform abortions was unconstitutional

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:49 min | 5 months ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"And swollen lymph nodes New York City has issued a health alert to parents the health commissioner confirming there are thirty eight cases and a dozen more being investigated of the confirmed pediatric cases in the city less than half tested positive for corona virus but of those who tested negative most were found to have the antibodies doctors say the illness present symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease and toxic shock syndrome children under age five are most commonly affected and while it can be deadly it is treatable the Supreme Court is poised to hear arguments about whether or not president trump can prevent his banks and accountants from disclosing his financial records the cases include two brought by members of the house of representatives and one brought by a grand jury working with the prosecutor in New York it all three cases lower courts have ruled against the president at the heart of these cases is the argument that the president's similarly named during the Muller investigation and that was partly reaffirmed by the mall the report itself that is sitting president is immune from criminal prosecution while he is in office the problem for the president is that during Watergate the Supreme Court required president Nixon to disclose the tapes of his oval office conversations related to the congressional investigation of the Watergate burglary yeah it was a CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum the rulings are likely to be released by late next month another look at the rough drives coming up at six forty five including an update on a small brush fire that may be affecting your drive on the Foro five into the South Bay that's all coming up in less than four minutes it's six forty the backyard is back a place to get a breath of fresh air and get together with the family the home depot is here to help you create the backyard you've always wanted with premium low maintenance.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"T. and T. figured out the technology to merge video and audio back in the sixties the U. S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments by teleconferencing and then they'll make this audio available to the public in real time never before has the Supreme Court conducted oral arguments by teleconference with the justices are not making eye contact with the attorneys and where the questions are being asked in order of their seniority normally oral arguments are more chaotic with constant interruptions the questions are intended more as it debates among the justices themselves the lawyers are often just a side show and CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum says oral arguments start Monday and these oral arguments will be held over the next couple weeks by teleconferencing well CBS's sixty minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl is doing fine and that's being spoken about because she had been in the hospital with a case of covert nineteen after two weeks at home in bed week fighting pneumonia and really scared I went to the hospital I found an over worked nearly overwhelm stash every one of them was kind and sympathetic gentle and caring from the moment I arrived until the moment days later when I was wheeled out through a gauntlet of cheering medical workers in the face of so much death they celebrate their triumphs as of there on Sunday night's broadcast of sixty minutes the seventy eight year old did wanna pay our thanks to the medical workers and we owe them all our gratitude are aberrations and in some cases our lives sports news in a minute for all.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In New York City but it's essentially no decision at all CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum explains this spring court took the easy way out in the second amendment case it ruled that the case itself is no longer in controversy because New York City rescinded the law that would criminalize transporting a license gun to a firing range outside of the city or to a second home outside of the city by rescinding the law the majority on the court decided there was nothing left to decide the Supreme Court is also ruled insurance companies can collect twelve billion dollars from the federal government to cover losses from obamacare more on that from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff on an eight to one vote the justices ruled that insurers are entitled to the money under a provision of obamacare the promise the company is a financial cushion for losses they might incur by selling coverage of people in the market place is created by the law both the Obama and trump administrations argued the government has no obligation to pay the lone dissenter justice Samuel Alito wrote the decision is in effect a bailout for insurance companies that took a risk and lost this case is separate from a challenge to the health care law itself the court agreed to hear in its term that begins in October they'll break up CBS news there are aren't going court battles in Connecticut over the release of inmates due to a coronavirus the state's ACLU plans on filing suit at the federal level because a judge at the state level dismissed the suit on Friday she said it could have prompted the release of dangerous criminals the ACLU contends many inmates are currently in danger themselves because their house the dorms where they sleep within feet of each other closing numbers on Wall Street this afternoon good jump for stocks on hopes that the more states will reopen their economy sooner the Dow is up three hundred fifty eight points closing at twenty four thousand one hundred thirty three nasdaq was up ninety five points of the S. and P. again forty one today the person in life that's always been in your corner is mom from guiding you through miss apps to offering real world advice moms me the ultimate investment in.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:01 min | 5 months ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Microsoft founder Bill Gates has been warning for years about the danger of all global disease outbreak and it was on the NBC today show today criticizing the trump administration about the virus testing many countries decided that at the national level they would orchestrate the testing that hasn't happened in in the United States it might not happen but the access to tasks is just you know chaotic now Kay says he has seen some evidence of the hope for time line of Abia your and a half to two years for a virus vaccine might actually happen says how you say it takes more than five years ago the backseat but right now everybody's working on it

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:52 min | 7 months ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You about CNN has just announced that at Sunday's presidential democratic debate between Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden in Phoenix they are out of an abundance of caution eliminating the alive debate audience the press filing center and the spin room so the audience will be gone it will be just the candidates and moderators that is the C. N. N. democratic presidential debate coming up on Sunday harkens back to the days of Nixon and Kennedy back in nineteen sixty no audience house Democrats may soon get a peek at secret grand jury testimony from the special counsel's Russia investigation a federal appeals court has ruled the justice department must hand over the material we get more from CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum this is yet another separation of powers conflict between Congress and the president Congress has constitutional authority to conduct oversight investigations at the same time the president exercises executive privilege to resist apenas and maintain confidential communications the question is what are the limits to the president's executive privilege the trump administration has tested this question repeatedly through both the mall report and the Senate impeachment trial president trump has declined an offer from Vladimir Putin to attend Moscow's victory day celebrations in may victory day is considered Russia's most important holiday this year you will have added significance because it's the seventy fifth anniversary but my putting said in an interview airing today that it would quote be a mistake for world leaders not to attend W. CBS news time seven forty one Benjamin Franklin once wrote mmhm nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes hold on their Benji you can't even be certain of that much thanks to cyber criminals and.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And Joe Biden is the next president Biden was glowing the polls have but now ahead by double digits but four years ago in the same Michigan primary Hillary Clinton was in front and guess who won senator Bernie Sanders saying Bernie Sanders who's hoping history repeats itself CBS is an o'keefe says Michigan is a virtual must win state for standard usually doesn't you're running out of mathematical options essential Steve Futterman CBS news Detroit other states voting today our Idaho Mississippi Missouri North Dakota and Washington house Democrats may soon get a peek at secret grand jury testimony from the special counsel's Russia investigation a federal appeals court has ruled the justice department must hand over the material more from CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum this is yet another separation of powers conflict between Congress and the president Congress has constitutional authority to conduct oversight investigations at the same time the president exercises executive privilege to resist apenas and maintain confidential communications the question is what are the limits to the president's executive privilege the trump administration has tested this question repeatedly through both the Mahler report and the Senate impeachment trial CBS news legal analyst stain that rose and bomb coronavirus meets politics Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have both cancelled campaign events for today in Ohio amid corona virus concerns W. CBS news time now for forty eight traffic.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"We need to more than ever before from the nineteen sixty five March inspired passage of the voting rights act reporter Molly cases after the first U. S. death of a corona virus patient in Washington state a long term care center is going into lock down around fifty people linked to a health care facility in Washington are sick or hospitalized with respiratory symptoms and are being tested for coronavirus we are now in the process of working with a long term care facility with the support of the centers for disease control and prevention or CDC colleagues are coming out we have a team arriving tonight Dr Jeff Duchin with king county public health says an employee and a patient at Kirklands life care center have already tested positive Miley Katie for CBS news Seattle CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum says the Supreme Court has decided to answer a tough tough question about torture when noncitizens with green cards commit crimes and the immigration authorities seek to have that person removed from the United States two federal courts have the authority under the United Nations convention against torture to review the order of removal and allow the legal resident to remain the trump administration's been pressing to have more immigrants and out of the U. S. spring breakers be warned you still can't drink booze in March on the beach in a Florida town that's trying to curb rowdy parties the Panama City news Herald reports the monthlong band is paired with a two AM deadline to buy alcohol anywhere within city limits this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com for the radio dot com.

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Former Justice Dept. Lawyers Press for Barr to Step Down

KNX Programming

01:09 min | 8 months ago

Former Justice Dept. Lawyers Press for Barr to Step Down

"More than eleven hundred X. federal prosecutors other former justice department official signed a letter today calling on Attorney General William Barr to resign the prosecutors condemn bars intervention in the sentencing of president trump's longtime confidante Roger stone bar called the recommendation by the four federal prosecutors that stone serve seven to nine years in prison excessive CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum tells us those prosecutors quit the case in protest department of justice prosecutors and officials take an oath to uphold the constitution this oath is given to preserve the integrity of the rule of law the point is that prosecutors are beholden to the constitution and not to the president of the United States or for that matter even to the Attorney General and that's why these for prosecutors resigned because they had become patsies for a political process and not a legal one multiple news reports as we can say many currently serving federal prosecutors are also alarmed to buy the stone intervention but they're reluctant to be quoted for fear of reprisal by the White House

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Trump Organization to put D.C. hotel up for sale after ethics questions

WCBS Programming

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Organization to put D.C. hotel up for sale after ethics questions

"And Washington DC's originally trump hotel may be up for sale that is because the ethics questions keep popping up over the trump family continued ownership and get more from CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum this hotel has been at the center of the ethics complaints and lawsuits alleging that president trump has violated the emoluments clause of the constitution which prohibits a president from profiting personally from his presidency hell down the street from the White House owned by the president raised many ethical questions in mixing the business of the country with the business of the trump family the trump organization says it will consider offers to buy the hotel out of its one hundred year

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The case against Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other suspects in the nine eleven attacks has been set for January eleventh twenty twenty one the government didn't want this group to be tried in a federal courthouse which would have granted the more rights and given them a soapbox to condemn the United States at the same time no military commission was convened because much of the evidence against them was obtained from water board CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum says that is what created the hold up here's CBS national security correspondent David Martin the biggest problem hanging over this prosecution of course is the CIA's interrogation of Khalid Sheik Mohammed and some of these other a defendant set to so called black sites the judge in his ten page scheduling order set deadlines the first one October first when prosecutors will have to hand over a list of materials to the defense teams Kevin Rinko WCBS newsradio eight eighty and with that eighteenth anniversary of the terror attacks less than two weeks away police in New York state are looking for the vandals who defaced a memorial to the first responders who died on that day police in Geneva New York says someone sprayed paint over the local monument the entire stone carving which shows the emergency workers holding up the American flag was covered with white spray paint Geneva police are asking anyone with any information to contact them stick around for sports right it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at that Hey Jamie it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acappella.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And and you know revolution dot org all news and all that matters to you the Supreme Court gives the okay for the trump administration to divert Pentagon funds to build sections of the border war continents closing is having a huge impact on nearby food vendors and the landmarks tab I'm Paul Kirby people who get their local TV channels through an antenna may see them soon disappear and it's up to you to bring them all back I am damnbueno in sports the Phillies word home they lost lamb and nine to two will try again tomorrow cloudy and eighty right now well all the way down to will comfortable sixty nine degrees overnight good evening I'm Frank trainer and our top story tonight at ten thirty one the border wall and how to pay for it CBS news update the Supreme Court is paving the way for the trump administration to use two and a half billion dollars in Pentagon funds for a border wall with Mexico CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum says the legal decision ships power to the White House with this Supreme Court ruling Congress's constitutional authority to make decisions regarding the spending of public funds has been weakened meanwhile the president's constitutional authority to declare national emergencies and to transfer funds that were originally allocated for military spending has been strengthened Jonathan Turley is also a legal analyst here at CBS news this is as much an example of the failure of Congress to use its power correctly yes it is the power of the executive branch to order such construction in response the ACLU says in part this is not over we will be asking the federal appeals court to expedite the ongoing appeals proceeding to halt the irreversible an imminent damage CBS news update on mac Piper at ten thirty two H. traffic.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WWL

"If you're gonna have to redo all the clean up work they did on Thursday and that is going to be a central to be a help to the relief recovery efforts that are already under way more personnel do in the city as the day progresses police in Salt Lake City have positively identified the body of slain college student mackenzie luwak in a canyon north of the city Mike brown as a police chief there it has been emotional about the case her tireless detective work an investigation we recovered the body on one six and we're able to friendly confirm it was a police that already found some of her charred remains the trump administration isn't backing down from its attempt to include a citizenship question on the twenty twenty senses even though forms are already being printed without it CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum explains how that might work the trump administration might simply take the position and knowing who's a citizen and who isn't in the United States is consistent with trump's claims that illegal immigration is a crisis and only executive orders can best address this emergency situation going door has charged the hard top aide to the supreme leader of Iran says the Islamic Republic is set to begin and rich in the Rainier beyond the level step in a twenty fifteen nuclear deal with world powers Iran appears to be set to increase that enrichment closer to weapons grade levels by tomorrow president trump withdrew the US from the deal a year ago looking ahead to tomorrow's women's World Cup final CBS Steve Futterman as their Megan Rapinoe in her final comments to the news media before Sunday's women's World Cup final told us that she is healthy she's ready to play and will be available for tomorrow's game now the final decision of course is up to you S. coach Jill Ellis but based on repeat those comments it would be a big shock if she doesn't play at least a significant amount of time in Sunday's contest repeal it's also attacked soccer's governing body for scheduling to men's finals for tomorrow as well saying it does not respect the female game this is CBS news.

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Trump administration continues push for citizenship question

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Trump administration continues push for citizenship question

"The trump administration isn't backing down from its attempt to include a citizenship question of the twenty twenty census even though forms are already being printed without it CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum explains how that might work the trump administration might simply take the position and knowing who's a citizen and who isn't in the United States is consistent with trump's claims that illegal immigration is a crisis and only executive orders can best address this emergency

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Was police that already found some of her charred remains the trump administration isn't backing down from its attempt to include a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census even though forms are already being printed without it CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum explains how that might work the trump administration might simply take the position and knowing who's a citizen and who isn't in the United States is consistent with trump's claims that illegal immigration is a crisis and only executive orders can best address this emergency situation of all the world has changed the hard top aide to the supreme leader of Iran since the Islamic Republic is set to begin and rich in a range beyond the level set in a twenty fifteen nuclear deal with world powers Iran appears to be set to increase that enrichment closer to weapons grade levels by tomorrow president trump withdrew the US from the deal a year ago looking ahead to tomorrow's women's World Cup final CBS Steve Futterman as their Megan repeat in her final comments to the news media before Sunday's women's World Cup final told us that she is healthy she's ready to play and will be available for tomorrow's game now the final decision of course is up to you S. coach Jill Ellis but based on repeat those comments it would be a big shock if she doesn't play at least a significant amount of time in Sunday's contest repeat it was also attacked soccer's governing body for scheduling to men's finals for tomorrow as well saying it does not respect the female game this is CBS news behind every moment shared with the ones you love is the plan that helped make it happen learn more or find an adviser at mass mutual dot.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Your doctor dear reflect your long time never experienced anything like that this is a very very long wait and it was not far from here so we really felt that and people are concerned they did once in indoors tonight many are going to sleep outside tonight we talk one family they're putting out a tent in the front yard there are injuries there is damage but so far no reports of any deaths the justice department says it's still looking for legal grounds to include a question about citizenship on the twenty twenty census the president says he may issue an executive order despite the Supreme Court ruling against the question CBS news legal analyst Dan Rosenbaum the trump administration might simply take the position and knowing who's a citizen and who isn't in the United States is consistent with trump's claims that illegal immigration is a crisis and only executive orders can best address this emergency situation Salt Lake City police say they positively identify the charred remains found as those of mackenzie Lou act the college student disappear June seventeenth chief Mike brown with words for her family despite their grief we hope this will help them find some closure and justice for mackenzie wax body was found in a canyon about eighty five miles from Salt Lake City some remains were found in the backyard of the man police arrested last week investigators are looking into the helicopter crash that killed seven people near the Bahamas they were flying to Florida when the chopper went down Thursday CBS's Nikki Batista Bahamas police tell CBS news they are looking into whether conditions flight time and whether or not the helicopter was cleared to fly in the middle of the night the bodies were flown to the Bahamas where autopsies will be conducted baked Alaska the forty ninth state has been unusually hot this week with record breaking temps in the high eighties low.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Situations. You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good evening. I'm Joe Avalon. Wallace three things to know at five forty five in number one people upset with Amazon's plan headquarters in queens protested today, they fear the project will drive up rents because more traffic and clogs subways to judge has thrown out the two billion dollar deal between the city and the feds to fix nitrogen. He says the public housing authority needs a lot more money than that. And number three, a number of news organizations, including CBS and Fox News have filed briefs supporting CNN's lawsuit against the White House for banning correspondent, Jim Acosta. CBS news legal analyst, Dan Rosenbaum is on our Newsline thing there was a court hearing on this this afternoon. What was it issue there? It was a number of things showing. My question really is does big revoking Jim Acosta's press credentials. Wiley his first amendment rights and the rights of CNN the freedom of press freedom of speech is possibly violated because he's being discriminated against based on his viewpoint. The fact that the president asked and also his fifth amendment rights due process, if you're gonna give out these press credentials to everyone else you have to be fair about it. You can't just take away. So it really does present three constitutional questions was before the court today. So what's the administration's point on this or or their their stand? How how are they arguing this all remember, you know, they started out by saying, you know, he he put his hands on an intern. And therefore, that's the reason he was thrown out. They've given up on that argument because there's no evidence of that. They're saying something else. Now, they're saying look, you don't have a constitutional right to be on our grounds. Walk around our building. This is the White House. We have. The right to determine who gets to walk around here too. They're trying to create a clash between the first amendment freedom of press and their ability to secure the Brown. They're saying it's not an automatic. Right. And in this case this man was disrupted, and he cheated other people from question asking questions. So that's the reason we revoked his credentials not because we don't agree with him. You think CNN has the stronger case here. Way stronger. I would be shocked this actually happened during the Johnson administration with a reporter from the nation magazine there the left wing. Credentials. Federal judge order to reinstate the production. You know, I it in this case, it really does appear that what you have is another manifestation of a fake news enemy, the people arguments CNN in this regard is being targeted as, you know, the enemy of the people a Costa's name is always invoked by the president at his rallies. And so clearly what you have here is your point of view viewpoint of this journalist and his sharp questioning of the president and the president doesn't like it. So he's saying look, I don't want you there. But he's out of first amendment right to be there. CBS news legal analyst, Dan Rosenbaum. Thank you very much, and we are gathering expecting a ruling tomorrow five forty eight at WCBS, traffic and.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"Welcome back this is alford poor from health tech insider and i'm talking with my friend and colleague dan rosenbaum about wearable technology and digital health and a whole range of topics and where we left off we were beginning to talk about the need for accuracy in the data that's collected by these devices dan i'd like to explore little further how do you see the level of accuracy evolving where was a few years ago where do you see it now where do you see it going will certainly gotten better and has gotten better partly because the the hardware the software has gotten better and and and partly because the the market is just demanded a when this whole fitness wearable thing dust started a must be four years ago now the market vida was the nike fuel bad and i compared one one day i don't think this was a cs by comparing one day no of the as the with the the the nike fuel bans a step cal with a bus benefit bits of up and they word within forty percent of each other how forty percent accuracy unity onto the the difference on say 20000 25000 steps today is nonsense is garbage data but the thing is on unless you you're on a on a treadmill or unless you're you're compulsory enough to count all your steps hmm which sounds ago particularly grueling version of hell you don't know which one is right just know that something something is off.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"Special edition of the personal computer show we are devoting this evening to a discussion of the impact of convergence of technology with house i'm hank key and my colleagues joking we are hurt each wednesday on the progressive radio network prn dot fm on the internet at six pm eastern time and on wbal yahya fm ninety nine point five new york on the radio at nine pm eastern time our website is pc radio show dot org g this evening outward poor and then rosenbaum will discuss the convergence of technology and health in greater depth dan rosenbaum's the wearable technology expert an award winning writer and thirty year technology journalist dan rights wearable tech insider a website the tracks new products corporate news and technology developments in the world of wearable technology he comments about wearable technology products features and usability corporate and product news technology development and market analysis health insider or health tech insider is written by alfred poor he's a phd who has been fascinated by science and technology from an earlier stage with a biology degree from harvard he went onto spent three years writing about a wide range of technology topics including more than twenty two years writing for pc magazine and other major computing titles operate is auto or co author of more than a dozen books he has a weekly features segment on the personal computer show on wearable and health technologies.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"Welcome back this is alford poor from health tech insider and i'm talking with my friend and colleague dan rosenbaum about wearable technology and digital health and a whole range of topics and where we left off we were beginning to talk about the need for accuracy in the data that's collected by these devices dan i'd like to explore little further how do you see the level of accuracy evolving where was a few years ago where do you see it now where do you see it going will certainly gotten better and has gotten better partly because the the hardware the software has gotten better and and and partly because the the market is just demanded a when this whole fitness wearable thing dust started a must be four years ago now the market vida was the nike fuel bad and i compared one one day i don't think this was a cs by comparing one day no of the as the with the the the nike fuel bans a step cal with a bus benefit bits of stepped up and they word within forty percent of each other how forty percent accuracy unity onto the the difference on say 20000 25000 steps today is nonsense is garbage data but the thing is on unless you you're on a on a treadmill or unless you're you're compulsory enough to count all your steps hmm which sounds ago particularly grueling version of hell you don't know which one is right just know that something something is off.

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"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"dan rosenbaum" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"Special edition of the personal computer show we are devoting this evening to a discussion of the impact of convergence of technology with house i'm hank key and my colleagues joking we are hurt each wednesday on the progressive radio network prn dot fm on the internet at six pm eastern time and on wbal yahya fm ninety nine point five new york on the radio at nine pm eastern time our website is pc radio show dot org g this evening outward poor and then rosenbaum will discuss the convergence of technology and health in greater depth dan rosenbaum's the wearable technology expert an award winning writer and thirty year technology journalist dan rights wearable tech insider a website the tracks new products corporate news and technology developments in the world of wearable technology he comments about wearable technology products features and usability corporate and product news technology development and market analysis health insider or health tech insider is written by alfred poor he's a phd who has been fascinated by science and technology from an earlier stage with a biology degree from harvard he went onto spent three years writing about a wide range of technology topics including more than twenty two years writing for pc magazine and other major computing titles operate is auto or co author of more than a dozen books he has a weekly features segment on the personal computer show on wearable and health technologies.

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