29 Burst results for "Dave Lee"

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

"Also can't do that to scale because one person and you get a request a doctor's appointment or something you know so then we ended up speaking in generalities which which for the most part i don't. There's problems with those two. If you just come out and say get an iphone. Everybody just shut up and get an iphone. We'll people hate you for that too. The they're they're they're like not that. I current even using one. But it's a safe bet for the masses and but you're kind of eliminating your own job at that point to recommending the thing that's easy to recommend. So it's i. I'm conflicted rate where your head is right now. Look i'm kind of watching your head. Yeah that's exactly what. I'm talking about like that kind of like you know because it's like it's so hard but i've gone through a lot of phases having done it for two years or ten years two years. Imagine of strongly recommending. I've been there. The don't don't get this. This thing's a bad value for or on the flip side of it. Here's the this is the one you want. And it's actually life and life experience in life exposures to people who humans who've taken that advice and then Me witnessing that in real life going oh my god. That's what i did there that that has kind of pushed me away from that. I know this sounds extremely dramatic. It sounds really dramatic. Think who cares just a phone relax but you have inserted yourself into this other person's life you've done that you food. Your path has led you in that direction. And then so. It makes sense in my brain to be considerate of that. And i personally feel more comfortable just presenting things just saying here's a thing it exists for the most part. Feel feel the way you feel about it and make of it what you will. I think that's probably the best argument for like. If you were to add onto my video that would be probably the best argument for on boxing serving a more altruistic purpose than what we consider reviews to be sort of. That's the that's the proper thing review unsponsored review. That's the high level. But like you said it's so hard to pour something specific about yourself into the review that maybe doesn't apply to somebody that they tell you they bought it and it's the wrong thing for them and you know i it was your dave lee Podcast you mention that video where you made a report. Their phones to be like are they put their money with about this kind of thing so something i do try to do. But there's even a caveat on that. Is i try to update people cameras. I'm using to make my videos and you know keep accurate information with that. So it's not like. I told everybody by this but i'm actually using that. The problem though is i can switch cameras heck of a lot more frequently than other people can't do so even that feels.

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"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

05:58 min | 4 months ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

"It feels very very different. This feels much more like real life and then it makes me reflect on my own content than like. Is that not even me right well. It's not a realization. That i guess everybody so far does come on this show. We always get to the same place so long as the question is posed that formatting and editing oneself eliminates oneself. Yeah it does. It was certain degree it. I always thought it was such a strange exercise since i started doing it. I always thought it was such a strange exercise to be staring at frames of myself because we us started at least in the early days. We were also editing our own videos shooting our own videos considering what we're gonna say considering what we looked like considering all these things That were part of a presentation. I mean imagine getting to know somebody in the format of a presentation. They do a powerpoint like how much of you was in that powerpoint. It's so weird. They're like zero because it's a powerpoint but now then in conversation you can't hide it's like he said two hours make it three make it five. Who's here eventually lee. Yeah yeah is different. There's no script that does nothing. There's nothing that could be. Rehearsed is beyond our human capabilities to play hide-and-seek for that long we can't do it in midst of a conversation and that's why piece some people avoid idea of it or find or have you ask. Guests appear on here and they've and they've turned it down out of the and i can't name any names okay i. I'm actually happy that you were willing to come back after the last time or or multitude of times that i don't care to me it's like i like spending time with you. I like coming here. Your fans were very upset. No it's because they don't understand. okay. I'm gonna i i..

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"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

04:09 min | 4 months ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

"A brand or as you interesting i i've i usually refer to it as a person but there are times when i have to take things into consideration to protect or to preserve something of the brand right and and that's i mean i think for any even on box there'd be even though doesn't have your name in it it still you. Yes see this is. This was the conversation we're having. I don't really perceive it as me. Really know. And and i always tell you around the idea of having some somebody else hosted. Because i know. I've been the face of it but i always perceived it as a concept sure but that changed or at least not every that hasn't been everybody's approach This for me is a much closer map to me as a person this later. Just what we're doing right now. Sure i feel like you're going to know a lot more about me if we interact in this fashion as opposed to fight. Slap a box on a table. Right what do we. What do we know about each other. Right I asked this question a which i think it'd be interesting. Get your answer to. But i asked the same question of mckinney said dave youtube dot com slash dave to d represents what percentage of dave lee. Oh right now like twenty percent so if somebody's is a enthused of this youtube channel you feel that they know twenty percent of you if that the more you think about it. The lower the number gets. Yeah what do peter say. Look i think it was lower than that said ten percent. Yeah i already made said nothing at all but what was interesting in his case. You don't remember. He had no. I don't it was an hour. Something conversation but But it's not a big number is what you do remember if you did it was it was a small number or nothing at all. And what was interesting. In his case his channel was youtube dot com slash peter mackinnon or is say that's his channels is real name full name. Yeah oh fancy business. And i know i feel like you may have toyed around with no more to d right. You have dave lee in some places. Don't you know it's deep two d. My it flipped you to change the name of my channel to be dave lee because of some sign up thing and then i changed it back to the channel nine so you were daily for a bit and you six-month feeling that i was like i didn't even notice it but my audience was like. Why did you change your challenge to dave leeann ha and i was did change and then i switched back but you prefer dave to detour daily for the channel. I think yeah. I don't really care at this point. But seeing i think i associate the dave to d with a with youtube more than my actual name. I'm certain right now that i'm enjoying this conversation. More than the average person listening to this stuff. I'm just fascinated with this stuff. Yeah i i don't know the average person might be like keep dave talking about apple or something like that. This is like so deep. I like lake thinking about this. I'm just here's the thing about it is. I'm what would what's cool to me what i'm trying to perceive as being cool is to find out something about you can't show up in one of your own videos like this would be this sir video on your channel right. Why am i channel was named dave to d. Dave lee is absurd. No one would care. No one would care. I would not want to talk about it..

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"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

"That is a tremendous shift in brand identity from where it all started one plus one or whatever it was they had like much more guerrilla tactics from marketing perspective and other people by the way have adopted that flagship killer yep Idea and are still attempting to do it. And maybe one plus will employ that branding again through nord or attempt to you. Just put a video on north to yeah. That's what is this a couple of days from now this point yeah But hold on that statement. You said of how you think that one plus for certain brands could employ that similar tactic. I would say that. I mean i think the whole thing about brands using youtubers or using youtube as a platform to promote stuff. It's changed a lot right from when you started to now. I don't know if you could do that now. I think that brands all try to squeeze youtubers for extra coverage and extra you know did to promote products right but i think there is a. There's a pushback. I bring this up like okay My my brain gone onto this. From carl pay so one. Plus the beginning. Carl pay and i think carl really utilized youtubers in a great way to promote and educate people about the one plus brand and his new company. The nothing brand with ear buds. I think there. I think he's it's the same idea right. You're using youtubers to promote and educate people but among other things doing promos stock. Act crazy right. Yup but that whole i mean if you're just focusing on youtube that different now the way that that the way that a product can get exposure on youtube now works completely different than it did a few years ago and i feel like the audience is just so much more. There's so much more smarter now. They recognize when things are ads. And when things are so so. I think the part i was going at it was more along. The lines of slim profit margins It's like i. i'm not even at the point of marketing. I'm like hey let's make a product and is starting from the standpoint of what type of profit margin do we wanna realize If you're sitting there looking at apple as your target and being like damn losing money turn over there. No from sucking money profit margins the tremendous supply chain stuff like this is the part that is interesting to me that they can convince people..

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"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

02:26 min | 4 months ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

"But i can't help put Obsess over this idea that you have these people that you that you hold in high regard that have this access to all this stuff and yet we do an for variety of reasons. It's hard to figure out what they even like. Yeah i mean it depends on the on the content creator. Everyone's perspective on like what everyone's of delivering what they like. What the us is going to be different. Today's sponsor me undies. I'm wearing these these right now. Man i've been wearing them through the summer and you know a- been out there in the heat yes i've been outdoors so much summer wild and i'm one of these guys i pay. I pay attention to what he's different types of clothing due to me and swamp all about this any technology that can keep a little bit cooler any it could lead to a any underwear technology understand and style. Your nose thing is a style you can wear underneath and it's a party that you know about maybe others. Don't i mean like you could really get carried away with only one invited me. That's you're correct on that. That could be exactly what it is. Yeah anyway. I've been wearing me on these for a long time. as you know if you've been paying attention to this show it's they're super soft. Well actually they have so many different models right now but I pretty sure all of them are super soft but the ones that i'm wearing with the what they call that material will modell. I think that's what they call it. Something like that micro version of that. It's his time believable. This fiber you put this on your body blows you away anyway. They got a new thing over here. A relatively new which is a me on these membership. Because you know what happens is the people they they forget you. Gotta you gotta replace this up. He can't be with these old. Underwear is not a good luck. Sign a good. Feel the attributes and things like this. So here's a way to constantly to get that replenish going replenishment of the fresh on these because it can make or break your day you throw on a fresh pair can get out of town you throw in a fresh bear. Who knows what you gotta store after that..

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"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

"Though from the base model to the next one cause go drive speed. Yeah the what is it not at. What is that storage. Yeah yeah it's. It's not fast. But i i don't know man i feel like think about switch. I'm pretty sure switch uses. Emc okay I don't think that it's a big deal. I mean obviously we'll have to get these things. Yeah there you go. Emc pc pci jen to and then if you go to the next bottle you get envy me. Ssd storage But for quite a bit. More money yeah. It's a big jump. I also wonder like how much of that is replaceable. If you pop that thing open can swap that out that the envy me might have. They might have said that. i'm not sure. Yeah but i just think that forget about storage for a second. Forget about the speed and like the technical elements of it. You have a device that i think you think about your kids. Let's say their console players right. Yeah well both okay. Yeah but if you're if you're if you are a console player the interest that you have in the pc world is limited. It's like you're you're going to stick with consuls. Because you're familiar with it. You have you like the controls like everything about consoles is like decidedly console focused this bridges it in this really nice manner that i think if you're a kid that's never had the for one financial ability to buy gaming. Pc and then also the kind of technical the technical desire to like learn how to figure this stuff out right like sending up steam and like doing a game download like that. This is such a nice device. That just bridges i think is just a. It's like an easy way for people to to get into this whole pc gaming thing. I love seeing this. Yeah no i'm with you. I think it's cool. I i think it. There's no reason it shouldn't do. Well i hope making hardware is hard. Yeah w- we talked about it with cars. Like i can't get i don't know where my tesla is. You know. I mean like sometimes demand can exceed the ability to deliver this one of the areas where Apple is incredible supply. Chain stuff like no matter. How many iphones people want. They'll give them. They'll get iphones to them. And it's a lot of other companies that show off have amazing demos and then maybe the thing that gets delivered doesn't live up to the hype. I'm worried that the hype is really huge. Here could be it. Could be and steams hardware like you're saying that in the past it's always been a little lackluster not that the hardware is not good is their ability to deliver and support that hardware. Kinda peters off quickly so maybe. This is the turnaround point. Maybe maybe they nail it here and all of a sudden they've got a real a real play. Hopefully that's what ends up happening. When when does this thing. When are you getting your hands on this thing on your channel since he made such a nice video. I don't know they didn't reach out to me really. Listen here valve. You better reach out to dave lee. Have you talked to them to the steam. Like how you look instead. Of course you don't. You didn't talk to them you don't well. Did you reach them yet. The i will easy what flexing i will reach yet but i will watch out for me. valve. I'm coming for you. There's a canadian prices. Four nine nine six fifty nine. It gets weird at eight nineteen..

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"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

02:29 min | 4 months ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

"I see it is like it's a five hundred dollar four hundred. Us it's a computer. It's a straight up computer to plug and play like that thing on the desk. That's an actual computer like that. But that's not four. Hundred bucks is not four hundred bucks and it doesn't have the software tie-in with steam. Which hopefully they can take that experience and kind of mesh it in such a fashion that there's less work for the end user to map it accordingly to make it useful like with these ones that are that some real enthusiasts stuff i mean. They raised three million dollars. So it's it's there's a lot of enthusiasts but enthusiasts in the sense that you're going to have to like there's like there's no touch pads on it for example so certain games. Certain games are gonna be Neil certain games might not map all that. Well two joysticks now. Obviously you feel hook up external peripherals to it. But i'm not sure. That's the intent and i'm pretty sure that's why valve put the touch pads on theirs and they show it off working but that's a gaming. Pc in one yeah. That's a gaming. Pc like there's no extra finesse but they're not valve so you're still having to kind of. I don't know. I guess manage how and what you're playing on..

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"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

"Yeah or just like human fawley. You're there was like apes being violent. And i i'm trying to remember the footage right now but definitely if nineteen seventy-one definitely it was. It was shocking to me time. And kind of a when the minute i saw take talk just brought me back to that moment. I never. I never made that association. Until i see it but the difference was this was the content that these people are being shown was like atrocious stuff. Yeah it was meant to be tortured. But i think i was more. It was more the formatting of like the speed Yeah and variety within the lack of context the no storyline clips isn't happening either no narrative. Yeah i dunno anyway. Whatever reality this this. This topic is very complicated. Because it's not all the same. Everyone has a different algorithm. Everybody's seeing it's impossible to even really Is is a is a hard topic to discuss. Because it's so different for everyone right but anyway back to tack back to back to tech. Because i've looked at about a billion smartphones and you've looked at about a billion smartphones and you look at about a billion laptops. How do you feel what is the difference in in how you look at these things now versus when you started i think we are closer to the commoditisation of both of those categories than before at it like they're they're so similar all the brands all the different laptop brands all the different phone brands. They're producing devices that you have to dig to find differences between and how has that changed the way in which you approach the the way that you discuss them you. You've made five hundred videos about this. Your business is making videos about these things. Yeah i don't know..

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

05:10 min | 4 months ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

"I feel like i mean i i think it. The existence of that platform has fundamentally changed the way that media is consumed everywhere and it's affected the way that people's minds are in what to expect. And what they want out of online content. Because it's so good like tick talk is very very powerful. Ten can get clarification on the word good here. It's it's weaponized. it's very good sure. It's very effective at doing what to talk. Wanted it to do their algorithm for making their algorithm for matching tick-tock bits to like viewers and for them to like match. So that the viewer enjoys. It is really good cape easily. It keeps us over is. I'm curious because you're saying. I don't consume it but good to me implies that it's like a good thing no sir. It's really effective. I don't consume as in like i have an account. I've probably watched granted. Maybe forty clips of they're fun. They're cool. But i recognize how bad that stuff is for my brain and my time really how. Why is it bad. What do i think it's bad for my brain on my time. i feel like things are kind of connected. No i mean for time. If i have lots of it i could be a i. I'd be okay burning on talk. I suppose what. I mean by. That is european values your time. Sure so okay. Time is when. I say it's bad for the brain though when i'm what i think it does is like because it's so quick and it just keeps. It keeps shifting to like the next the next video next clip. I think it just it messes with the way that people tolerate it messes with people's amount of patients attention span. Sure both it's like maybe it's too gratifying to quickly sure. It's all punchline. No buildup yeah punchline punchline punchline. Yeah you know to really follow a thread for very long. Yeah get used to being gratified permanently. But what is entertainment dave but the thing with entertainment and i get it right at. It's entertaining but the thing with entertainment. Is that the the most entertaining. Things need buildup..

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"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

05:33 min | 4 months ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

"It's the color so the color is grey. Yeah looking you getting sweaty of rims but their colors grim that matches the color of the vehicle. If i remember coney oh do they have them now. Oh my god negatives by right off the website right. No but wait. I don't know yeah they only have one option davies moment here. No no. I need to know the truth. Emphasis wheels and the arachnids. Okay so if my my understanding. Was that the iraq came in three colors silver black and the gray but if they're if they're everywhere now maybe you have. Does your pal have a return remember rims. That's cool though so anyway. That's a what you did ahmad. Yeah but they're like stock. No by you swat. You saw gucci. Couldn't help yourself the jetta. Dave stepped in and swap took over. What color did you do. You have any interior black interesting. Do white with dark exterior kidman. That's just asking for slain in thirty seconds when you have a white interior. Put kids in. That car has a red interior okay. The model s. I ordered you gotta model s. the plag- one. I don't know if they're going to deliberate. Or maybe i'll cancel i. I don't know. I don't know i've been not super impressed with the purchase experience. I'll say that coming off of the thai can because they have a spoke purchase experience. It's just say eight or to the spending that kind of money yes. I'm not trying to like honestly. I realized tesla fan base. And there's a great point to it. That car wouldn't exist. Without tesla portion. Be no pressure like everything is happening cousin tessa. So ain't it ain't like anti thing it's mostly just the complexity of running a car company and having to get up to speed so quickly with never mind. The battery performance element exactly justice. Sister chargers just cars just moving cars around the planet yet or making them in the united states..

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"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Lew Later

"Won't a new song. No wonder whether you wanted to play you. Just you just want to use it and it's the same for every episode. Now i shut up. I got a track. We're gonna use this set the stage like no we will not start the show without my track gets even the zone. I like it. I think it represents. Dave you know years on this track me. Thanks dude i. it's a good representation. I think so kinda got like a a chill aspect to it isn't that isn't that your thing. I like chill. Yeah what is your uh on your twitter. Your bio is it. Say i changed. Oh yeah lo fi tack videos. Yeah so so. Yeah but there's there's purpose behind that go ahead. Oh by the way. Ladies and gentlemen. Dave dave lee is back number one requested episode for us this channel right year it was ever since you came out of i highly. Said you gotta get dave lee back. I mean he's gotta be that this seat we're going to have to call it daily..

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U.S. vows 100% tariffs on French Champagne, cheese, handbags over digital tax

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. vows 100% tariffs on French Champagne, cheese, handbags over digital tax

"Washington is threatening trade retaliation against France what it says is a plans to scrimmage free digital tanks on profits earned by U. S. take companies trade officials are threatening to impose additional tariffs on French luxury goods Dave Lee has the details since the biggest tech companies in the western world a mostly crated in Silicon Valley Washington fails that this digital tax unfairly targets American success stories is now proposing that if fronts goes ahead and imposes a three percent levy on the revenues of companies like Amazon Google apple and Facebook it would slap huge tariffs on French exports like cheese champagne and handbags Francis said it will drop its tax plan if the rest of the European Union can collectively come up with an alternative one which taxes sales as well as

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France passes controversial tax on tech companies

PRI's The World

04:00 min | 2 years ago

France passes controversial tax on tech companies

"The U._S. is pushing back like on a new tax law in France. That's aimed at big tech firms the usual suspects including apple facebook and Google the three percent taxes on sales generated in France by those companies president trump has ordered an investigation which could result in retaliatory tariffs. French Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire defended the new tax today saying France was quote sovereign and decided its own tax rules. Dave Lee is with our B._B._C. partners. He's there Silicon Valley reporter and joins us from San Francisco. How much is this tax in? Will it only affect U._S.. Companies it would only affect U._S.. Tech Companies Marco but the majority of the companies that are wrapped up in this new tax will be U._S.. Firms because this is the tax mess going to be on Internet companies that do business. It's in France but don't necessarily have a physical presence there so for example companies like facebook what this tax will seek to do is tax three percent on Internet companies that have global annual revenues of more than seven hundred fifty million euros as around eight hundred fifty million dollars and the French finance minister. He predicts that that's going to bring in around four hundred million euros to Franz every single year. What is the goal of this tech? I mean why is France doing this. We'll franc- this as something of leveling of the playing field is going the attacks on revenue rather than profit because of course one of the things that has been particularly for straightening too many governments around the world for some time now is the ability for technology companies to operate in countries where they have no real substantial presence which is something. I think that you know in times gone by companies simply weren't able to do but with the dawn of the Internet and social media and so forth that has become possible but has something Silicon Valley certainly isn't keen on because globally that will open them up to a lot more chances to be taxed in the countries where they're popular without France explicitly articulating it. Do you believe that this tax might be a form of punishment for many of these silicon valley companies not getting in order the disinformation on their social media platforms. I mean it certainly helps when it comes to expressing these policies both to colleagues in political circles in place La France but also the electorate as well. I mean one of the reasons why the U._S. has said this. Targets American companies is because politicians have explicitly mentioned American companies when they've in formulating these tax plans often we hear in soundbites politicians refer to this kind of thing as an Amazon tax or an apple tax. There was a recent incident with the leader of the opposition in the U.. K. When Amazon celebrated its twenty fifth anniversary recently recently the opposition leader sent a car to them saying many happy tax returns as a political stunt at P._S.. Done so it's a vote winner. Put it that way tighter regulations on tech companies is certainly something that all political shades seemed to be on board with the big reaction today has been from Washington. The trump administration announced a formal investigation into whether the tax unfairly discriminates against U._S. businesses. What would the U._S. do in retaliation? If the investigation concludes that there is discrimination yes well. This is the big question here. What exactly could this lead to now and it could be looking at adding tariffs on things of France is especially active with exporting to the U._S.? For example commercial aviation wine and so forth France exports a lot of that so that could be one one direction the U._S. might take although having said that we do know that the French Finance Ministry and the U._S. Treasury are in contact with each other and there's an increasing feeling. I think that this is a play by Franz to kind of force the issue. Do I think there is this desire not just from Franz from several countries to say what we need to do is not have this piecemeal tax situation in different countries around the world but the have one tax regime for everyone that means companies can't pick you can choose the countries that gives them favorable conditions to steal their money out that does seem more likely an agreement rather than major tariffs that could affect France. They Disease Silicon Valley reporter daily joining us from San Francisco. Thank you dave

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"dave lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"dave lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We can't do the things that least to be able to do and we really resent Montana for that. Fact. You're listening to the world news. From the BBC early election results in the Philippine suggests president toutes supporters, set take control of the country. Senate theirselves could pave the way for Mr. dirty to push through controversial laws like reinstating the death penalty and lowering the age of criminal liability. US coastguard officials said these six passengers of missing after to see planes crashed off the coast of southeastern Alaska. More than ten. Others are injured rescue crews are searching for survivors in the George inlet about forty eight kilometers from the town of Ketchikan. They are craft went down in the United States. So the US attorney general William bar as assigned to prosecutor to examine the origins of the Muller inquiry, which examined whether there was any collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign with more. Here's Peter Bowes last month, William Barr, told members of congress he believed spying did occur on the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen he provided. No details but said he was covering a team to look into the origins of the investigation led by the special counsel, Robert Muller. The inquiry will focus on whether the methods used by the US government to collect intelligence on the Trump campaign were lawful and appropriate. It's the third investigation to be announced focusing on the early days of the Russia inquiry, the president and his supporters have accused both the Justice department and the FBI of illegally monitoring his election campaign and a new start is found that giving women antibiotics after an assisted birth halfs the risk of them developing an infection one in five women who give birth with the aid of forceps or vacuum go on to develop an infection. But they're such found that giving them preventive antibiotics within six hours of the baby's birth greatly reduce the risk. The scientists calling all the World Health Organization and national health authorities to change their guidelines on assisted birth in light of the findings. BBC news. He only sings the newsroom from the BBC World Service with me, Chris barrow. I today. What's sap users around the world have been told that a serious flaw in the company's messaging service allowed attackers to install spyware on their phones. It seems the militias software was transmitted during what's up phone calls and could even be installed. If the uses didn't answer the calls. I asked on North America technology reporter, Dave Lee. With a what's up uses should be worried? Very small slice of what's have uses convened. By reason, why say is this is we we understand that are very highly targeted attacks or a small number of people targeted for a specific reason, we don't know targeted by who was talking to seeing them for what reason, but we don't expect to be something that affects a huge numbers of users. But that's not to say that. This isn't shame these serious for this is something WhatsApp discovered itself and the beginning of this month, they said it took around ten days or so to patch. The problem to fix the problem. And in that time, they took they said to reach out to human rights organizations to law enforcement to explain what exactly happened, and what the risks were. But I I've been talking to Amnesty International the last few moments, and they told me that this is the attack Fave. They fear. It had always been possible. They said they're always worried that those going to be a type of attack that didn't require the targets to do anything, and it would still give these attackers access the device has something are worried about and this is evidence that that's wars at least possible and anchor potentially be possible again in the future. It's interesting. You mention that I wanted if you might be able to explain to kind of the Israeli connection because it's something I've been struggling to come to terms with myself, perhaps who the spy was actually used a target in this case. Yes is really interesting distinction. Because the group that created the tool is a group known as the NSO group, they're based in Israel and become known for number of years. Now is creating these tools that can be used for for surveillance purposes. Now group says they sell that promo two governments for the purposes of fighting crime and and fighting terrorism, but there's been long been his Asians of those tools are being sold to regimes ahead, Paul human rights records, and therefore that were being used to target. Journalists target human rights activists and so forth. We have very little things about who might have been using this tool. Who they may have been targeting. The NSO group say they were involved in doing that. But pledging to find out about this. I think just finally once owned by Facebook, just briefly what's their reaction been to their uses them? They're advising them. We'll Facebook is talking through what saps communication saying though saying as a precaution. Everyone should update their what's our apple their phone. That's very important. And they've just said they they've done their best to get on top of this problem. Dave Lee who's on North America technology reporter violence has flared in Sudan's capital as the military continues talks with an opposition coalition on running the country reports say several people have been killed at protest sites in Khartoum, including a soldier. This man said the violence was unexpected. The army just started hitting us and beating people and jozy life munition on the protesters started for the morning, and then a mid day, it escalated have a friend who she was beating up really badly. And then other people were shot alive. People got shot. We we saw people in uniform in the morning. It was obviously the army because they're around. But now, we're not sure just just people in uniform as all we know for weeks people in Sudan have been holding sit ins demanding the military council, which is run the country since last month's overthrow of president. Oh, my over share hand power to civilians on Monday. There were reports of. Of progress in talks about the transition to civilian rule with more as BBC Arabic's my old tub quoting too late. You statistics about four civilians were killed and two children. Plus an army officer in the press conference by the military council. They accused groups of trying to infiltrate the city in an to disperse it in an effort to. The progress which they're chief yesterday with the opposition regarding the interim paired it's surely going to affect that interim period that kind of handing over of power if there's violence like this. It's going to cause a problem they quickly both sides said, no, it's definitely not going to affect it. As a matter of fact, they're going to resume talks today at one o'clock this afternoon local time in Khartoum, they said they'll continue to make progress. But this has definitely mod that must fear these talks. But the protesters are absolutely adamant that they were not disperse their sit in until they see a civilian government installed on that. All the goals of the revolution have been achieved. There are some people who believe that. This was a tactic by whoever it is. And the pointing the finger. The rapid support forces which led by the deputy, head of the military council for doing this. Even though they have denied this in a statement, which they've made despite all this progress, hopefully will be made in these talks, which will take place this afternoon. A mile type a US couple who went to court claiming that the weed killer roundup was responsible for their cancer have been awarded more than two billion dollars by jury in California. This is the third time that the German pharmaceutical group. Bayer has been ordered to pay damages over the products which it acquired when it purchased the company by last year. Correspondent Sophie long is in San Francisco, Jerry in that.

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"dave lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"dave lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Around the world to have their most personal conversations with each other privately without having to worry about hackers governments or or even us being able to see what you're saying. And confronts it was also revealed at Facebook app. We'll no longer beat blue the BBC's Dave Lee was there in San Jose. He told me why he told me that Facebook's new-look may not be as different as it sounds. It just seems to be a bit of moving the furniture around the page emphasis on certain different features ever example, the group's function. That is already very popular is going to be even more than it has been in the past. And this is all to do with Facebook saying they think the future of how people are going to use the platform is going to be a bit more private. It's going to be part of those groups is going to be brought conversations with friends and family rather than what the empire, I guess you'd call. It has been built on up until this point which is things I've used feed where people post whatever they want, and it could be shared often too. Great number of people. So there. Seeing shifted their focus. But I think it's probably more accurate to call them tweaks rather than solutions. Okay. But we'll that new focus on privacy. Satisfy Facebook's critics. No, I don't think it will. And one of the things that's interesting is among burgers. We heard the clip there is talking about how governments bear three messages and Facebook won't be able to do that. And while that's good news for peoples privacy because it will mean as messages almost secure. There is going to be a view, particularly in Washington that Facebook is maneuvering chef to kind of abdicate some of the responsibility here because one of the things that Facebook's cut it in a lot of trouble with is the material harmful maims spreading fake news misinformation. Making all of the conversation on Facebook, more private it's going to be a lot harder to see that happening and therefore issue to be much harder to hold Facebook to account for what does happen on Facebook because nobody will be able to see half of it because it will be in private groups. And what about users with it? Risk losing some of them. It's always a risk, isn't it when they make a redesign? Remember, the good old days of Facebook. When a minor tweak would always spur a bunch of groups same. But it back in the old way was much better this out the other. But I think the more broad problem for Facebook isn't how the site looks. But just people wanting to use different services in different ways, the fastest growing up, for example, in the US isn't anything that Facebook's putting out there. It snap could tick tock which is now run by a Chinese companies associate work incredibly popular with teenagers. So it's less about what Facebook is doing changes work and more about what else is out there. The people are looking forward to using instead Dave Lee in some areas. Eight just coming up to four twenty GMT five twenty in the UK or reminder of our main news, the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has saluted the loyalty of his military commanders at day after mass protests against his rule while the opposition leader has called for more. Demonstrations today this. Is the newsroom from the BBC World Service. It's nearly a week since cyclone Kenneth made.

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"dave lee" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"dave lee" Discussed on KCRW

"Good morning democratic presidential hopefuls are in Iowa making their case to rural voters as the race to twenty twenty roles on what's actually in the Miller report until we know for sure is all in the eye of the beholder time magazines, Molly ball gives us her take on. What's become a political war shock test coming to a computer screen near you, possibly soon the afro emoji and the novel women talking is based on a horrific true story that took place in a Mennonite community in Bolivia written by an author who grew up tonight. It's Sunday March thirty first all that coming up after this newscast. Stay tuned. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein top Trump administration officials are appearing on several Sunday talk shows defending the president's latest threat to close the southern US border this week in order to stem, illegal immigration, a move that would have wide ranging consequences. Meanwhile, thousands of migrants continue to cross into the US and Mallory Faulk of member station. K R WG reports customs and border protection. Officials say they're running out of room border patrol has started releasing some families from custody immediately rather than handing them over to be processed by immigration and customs enforcement in Paso migrants are typically released to local shelters and churches. Taylor Levy as with an NCAA shin house nonprofit that oversees these hospitality sites. She says on Friday alone they received about six hundred migrants from border patrol and ice. We have had to turn down some single. Adults for lack of space into something. Good article directly onto the streets were just doing everything possible to keep children off the streets for NPR news. I'm Mallory Falk in El Paso, Ukrainians are casting ballots to elect a new president today of the thirty nine candidates that are running NPR's. Lucian Kim reports the front runner is a popular. Comedian many Ukrainians are disillusioned with incumbent president petro parsh- Anco after five years of an inconclusive war and unfulfilled promises to stamp out corruption. Volodymir Zilenski is a comedian who in a hit TV show plays a man who accidentally becomes Ukraine's. President polls now show him getting about a quarter of the vote despite a vague political platform and its complete lack of experience in politics. President parsh- Anco is fighting for second place against Ukraine's most well, known female politician Yulia Timoshenko, no candidate is expected to win more than fifty percent. Meaning the. Top two vote getters will go on to a runoff election in April. Lucian Kim NPR news Moscow Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is calling on government regulators to take a more active role in controlling internet content. He's previously resisted government intervention. But the BBC's Dave Lee reports the Facebook founder has written an open letter saying it's time to update the rules for the internet. He called for the creation of independent bodies to determine what should be considered extremist or harmful material. He proposed greater adoption of a standard data format. So users could move their information from one service to another more easily, and he suggested and agreed upon method across the globe to verify politicians and parties. But crucially, none of the ideas put forward by Mr. Zuckerberg would have a significant impact on Facebook's business model of tracking uses in order to sell highly targeted advertising. The BBC's, Dave Lee. This is NPR. The security chief for Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says the Saudi government accessed the Amazon chief's phone. He says the Saudis gained private information that was then used by the National Enquirer for it's January story about an extramarital affair the women's college basketball tournament is moving into the elite round with Connecticut and Louisville taking to the court this hour all of the remaining eight teams are either number one or number two seeds NPR's, Tom Goldman previews. Today's matchups number one seed Louisville place. Number two, Connecticut, Louisville has won its first three games of the tournament by an average of twenty four points, uconn, traditionally steamrolls opponents, but this year the huskies had a grind out victories. More than usual. Louisville beat the huskies in January Yukon hopes for payback and a twelve th straight trip to the final four number one seed Mississippi State plays number two, Oregon. In today's second game. It's also a rematch Oregon beat the BULLDOGS in December. Both teams are led by star players six-foot-seven. Mississippi State, Senator Thira macallan is a force near the basket Oregon guard Sabrina UNESCO is an all court wizard with her scoring rebounding and passing Tom. Goldman NPR news the elite eight round in men's college basketball continues today Auburn is facing Kentucky. And then Michigan state plays Duke yesterday. Texas Tech beat Gonzaga Virginia beat Purdue. I'm Barbara Klein NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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"dave lee" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"dave lee" Discussed on KCRW

"The port of entry for commerce. For people and shutting the border is a misguided attempt. By the president department of homeland security secretary Kirsten Nelson is working to accelerate asylum judgments to more quickly return migrants to their home countries. The polls are open in Turkey today for municipal elections that have been framed as a test for president Russia tie up air to one and PR's Pete. Peter Kenyon reports that one question is whether the ruling party will hang onto the major cities. In the final days of campaigning in mayoral races across the country opposition parties have complained of owners pressure tactics by airlines ruling AK party, including the detention of dozens of officials from a pro Kurdish party, the secular opposition candidate for mayor of Ankara Moretti aversion says he was the target of a smear campaign, but still believed he would prevail against his ruling party rival. If the vote is conducted fairly aired on his campaign relentlessly on behalf of his party's candidates. Analysts say he's hoping to overcome concerns about Turkey's weakening economy and rising inflation Peter Kenyon. NPR news Istanbul. This is NPR. Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg has called on governments and regulators should take a more active role in controlling internet content, and for companies to be held accountable. He's previously resisted government intervention. But in an open letter in the Washington Post, the Facebook founder said it was time to update the rules for the internet. The BBC's Dave Lee has more the creation of independent bodies to determine what should be considered extremist or harmful material. He proposed greater adoption of a standard data format. So users could move their information from one service to another more easily, and he suggested and agreed upon method across the globe to verify politicians and parties. But crucially, none of the ideas put forward by Mr. Zuckerberg would have a significant impact on Facebook's business model of tracking uses in order to sell highly targeted advertising. The BBC's Dave Lee on day two of a brief visit to Morocco. The. Pope Francis is turning his attention to the small Christian community of the predominantly Muslim nation meeting with local priests and celebrating mass in robot. Since since with Italy moving to block the flow of African migrants departing from Libya Francis is appealing to Morocco. To welcome growing. Number of migrants, Morocco has become the main departure point in Africa for migrants, attempting to reach Europe, Muslims, Christians and Jews have long lived peacefully in Morocco in a national population of thirty six million Catholics are a minority of twenty three thousand. I'm Louise Schiavone NPR news Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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Facebook CEO calls for updated internet regulations

The Splendid Table

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Facebook CEO calls for updated internet regulations

"Morgan Facebook, CEO, Mark Zuckerberg has called on governments and regulators to take a more active role in controlling internet content, and for companies to be held accountable. He has previously resisted government intervention. But in an open letter in the Washington Post, the Facebook founder said it was time to update the rules of the internet. The BBC's Dave Lee reports he called for the creation of independent bodies to determine what should be considered extremist or harmful material. He proposed greater adoption of standard data format. So users could move their information from one service to another more easily, and he suggested and agreed upon method across the globe to verify politicians and parties. But crucially, none of the ideas put forward by Mr. Zuckerberg would have a significant impact. Tacked on Facebook's business model of tracking users in order to sell highly targeted advertising. The BBC's,

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"dave lee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dave lee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And nonprofit organizations that support local news and the goal is to help new organization stem the erosion that's taken place ever since the internet credit to their advertising, revenue and readership. The program includes a five million dollar grant to the nonprofit Pulitzer. Fender for a project called bringing stories home, which will fund local news organizations to do local stories. Facebook said that it wants to help local news organizations refined their business models, but not to make them dependent upon Facebook. Larry naked CBS. Youtube is changing its community guidelines saying videos, depicting dangerous activities even ones that are staged will no longer be permitted video showing pranks or dangerous. Stunts have always been immensely popular on the service. But when recent crises involved driving whilst blindfolded or tricking children into thinking parent died YouTube decided it had to act in June last year. Minnesota man was fatally shot by his girlfriend when a bullet went through a thick encyclopedia. A couple thought would have provided ample protection, Dave Lee reporting new data shows the numbers of hours people spend watching videos online is shooting up Americans are definitely getting a good share of screen time. According to a new survey, the average adult spend six hours, forty three minutes in front of a computer smartphone or television screen daily means nearly half of our waking hours are spent staring into a screen and think about it. That's the average if you spend half that. Time watching a screen that means others are spending more of their waking day watching YouTube working the computer or in front of a television set and the trend is likely to continue seventy nine percent of those surveyed said their screen time has increased dramatically over the past five years. Jim Chenevey, CBS news. Let's producers of a hit sitcom cartoon say they're going to change the script to keep up with the times. Three. They're changing the.

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In Yemen, world's worst cholera outbreak traced to eastern Africa

BBC World Service

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

In Yemen, world's worst cholera outbreak traced to eastern Africa

"Soon. What do we know about this? Well, not much more beyond the official confirmation on the XInhua news agency and one photograph that has come from the Chinese space agency showing the surface of the moon has that Luna. Sort of begat its approach. And as you say, it's it really is an extraordinary milestone, we have we have flown spacecraft's crafts round the moon. Of course, spacecraft's have beaten in moon orbit many times. So we've taken photographs of the faucet of the moon. We know it's topography very well. That nobody has ever tried to land a lunar probe on the far side because of the difficulties it's much more. Rugged terrain much more crater marked much harder to find suitable a smooth areas for a safe landing and also because it's out of radio contact to do this. The Chinese scientists have had to put up a separate. Space vehicle in Fara orbit basically in stationary orbit, using both the moon and the earth's gravity to beam beam the signal back, and what's what that's meant. In fact, is that there's a three second delay between getting information from this probe back to the earth. So everything's had to be done remotely that three. Second. Delay means there's no possibility of manual control of the landing. It's all had to be done. Using remote sensors specially built for the task the scientists have been training in the desert of Xinjiang in China's far west for that task. And so far at least we're told so far so good and John not to take anything away. Just quickly not to take anything away from the scientific value of this. This has been a massive propaganda leap for China as well. Which has huge space race ambitions. Of course. It's building space stations. It has plans for its own attempts within the next decade or so for for a Mars landing. And this is a real important staging-post, the moon could obviously be used to help in some of those endeavors, not to mention the fact that the far side of the moon, and the crater in particular where it's not it is thought to be very rich in minerals, and there's all these possibilities of courses as well about moon mining and the economic benefit that may win those who are first of that prize as John sudworth in Beijing. Thank you very much for joining us. Now the festive season is usually apples strongest time of the year. Not this year. The company has rattled investors with news that it's sales have been slowing blaming economic weakness in China so much so that it says it's revenue for the last three months of two thousand eighteen is likely to be at least five billion dollars less than he predicted. After the news was revealed, apple share price sank more than seven percent in after hours trading. I asked our Silicon Valley reporter, Dave Lee about this surprise bad news for investors investors in apple been used to good news for more than the last ten years, or so in fact. Any slight wobble in earnings was a huge coach concerned. And in the context of that, this is a massive wall bullets. Re considerable drop in what they predict they're going to have made in Q one at least five billion dollars less than what they first forecast, and the reason as well, there's several factors, but the main reason is the performance of the iphone and also the performance of apple generally in China, and those things combined has made the app was psyched. It's very rare step of sending a letter to its invested in saying ensure will brace yourself, but what I think is important to stress is that the issues in China with a focus of apples letter. But I do still think in a way they've used that to kind of paper over some of the wider concerns about the I find because while the I find was down considerably in China. They also said in the in the letter in in slightly less obvious terms. They also said in developing markets, people were an upgrade narrow iphones as quickly as they thought thing apple to have problems. That go beyond what's happening there, and it speaks more widely about the production have an offer. Now. That's it's an interesting point, isn't it because the iphone has been the savior of apple. But are we now getting to the point where we just don't need to great anymore? That certainly seems to be the majority of consumers seem to be demonstrating the consensus among analysts when I speak to them. Not just. The pace of this news. But just generally throughout the past twelve months is it the smartphone era. Is coming to an end. And it's a moment where whereas ten years ago when the iphone first came out every new I find brought something new and interesting the Kashima's with desperate to get hold off. And make sure that the new one every single year now smartphones don't have that kind of hold the updates incremental. They're not seen as life changing and things like batteries a lasting longer. And that was one of the main drivers why people would say, oh, I need to get new fine. Because the battery was running out as daily talking to me from Silicon Valley earlier and staying in the US, it looks like the partial shutdown of the US government is set to continue after meeting at the White House to discuss the budget broke up without agreement. President Trump has said the situation will remain as it is until the Democrats authorized five billion dollars for his border wall with Mexico while speaking to journalists Donald Trump insisted he would not reopen government until he felt satisfied as long as it takes. I mean, I'm prepared. I think the peace. Of the country think I'm right. I think the people of this country think I'm right again, I could have done nothing. I could have had a lot easier presidency. Doing nothing. I'm here. I want to do it. Right. But the Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer said the Democrats would press ahead with their own proposals on Thursday when they take control of the house of representatives at our last meeting. The president said I am going to shut the government down. They are now feeling the heat. It is not helping the president. It is not helping the Republicans to be the owners of this shutdown today. We gave them an opportunity to get out of that and open up the government as we debate border security and to say to them because he says he won't sign it and use the government is hostage. We should just give in the American people don't want that that's bad for our country. And that's not the way to govern. Earlier I asked our Washington correspondent David Willis who would get the blame for the eight hundred thousand federal workers.

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"dave lee" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"dave lee" Discussed on Hard Factor

"So so far more than twenty incidents of anti Waymo acts have been reported. And it's it's not like these things are just like the not like just slashing tires and such there. These things actually do have a driver's, quote, unquote, or attendance inside them. And also passengers of whom also been the victim of threats and violence. Geez. Just like your. Yeah. You're in a self driving car in some like, you know, arizonian pulls up next like flashes a gun at you hope I hope for their sakes and Chandler Arizona helped that the passengers are not Mexican immigrants. No. Try to create the most aggravating situation Basel. Berl merican. This is social experiment. So beyond the Tempa Arizona incident where that cycles was killed. There's been numerous, you know, other incidents where these things have failed including one where Waymo vehicle crash into a high highway barrier after the attendant, quote, inadvertently turned off the self driving car software by touching the gas pedal and then failed to take over the wheel. So like like, the one thing you're not supposed to do in a self driving car, which is turn off the fucking self driving car. I mean, that's like in cruise control you step on the gas. I mean, they just disengaged from the fucking self driving. And then didn't do anything about it. So that's not that's not on the software. Right. So going to internet Doug knockoffs says the other day, I witness self driving away mo- van turn right without using a turn signal a computerized self-driving automobile always use a turn signal when making. Turn. So. I've quit my job. And I've been spending the last two weeks just following the self driving car. That's when I started throwing rocks at. Voluntary tester. Yeah. And then and then Dave Lee says hell, no, I who in the hell could afford one is just fucking retarded. The wants the by one. Bro. Second. I need a driver to cuss at third. One of these already killed a woman is in Arizona. So he's he's. Hates these things. He read the story about the temperature as you gotta give him credit for that. Why does he need a driver to cuss that? Yeah. That's a good question. Never been as well. Oh well. The sky's got the worst lift rating of all time will will cost you. Love it. Kick us off in the late around. All right, guys. Check it out some idiot kid with an idiot parent got injured yesterday when the kid fell into the rhino exhibit at the Brevard zoo and Melbourne Florida the child apparently slipped through the metal bars, separating the rhinos and the zoo goers. According to witnesses, quote, the snout of at least one rhinoceros made contact with the child. Yeah. What is this? This is hilarious as the only person on this. You know, this this show that has a child when you're at a zoo with a kid, the only thing on your mind is where the fuck is my kid. That's it that kinda foreshadows where I'm going with this because well, first of all what the hell gonna statement was that to give like the rhinoceros is contact or at least one of the r- Nassar's has made contact to the child was was the witness an attorney hired by the resources, but west to your point we need to be honest. And we need to talk about something children need to be banned from zoos, they they can't resist their urges to fall in animal enclosures, they can't and these rhinos are lucky to be alive. Because we all remember what happened when Harambee had to give his life because some dumb ass toddler fell into his cage the kids putting the animals at risk, and they're not going to remember it. Either children should be banned from zoos from planes from restaurants from parks from. Parts of anywhere. I am Marcus look if you're gonna keep an animal in a cage, at least, it should be for the pleasure of adults who have the ability to comprehended rationalize that these animals are living in captivity for their enjoyment. Not for a fucking kid who doesn't know what the fuck is going on. But he's getting animals because he falling into closures. There's nothing worse than getting shot in jail because the warden's idiot kid lost his balance near yourself. Yeah. I mean west is right. This first of all the right nostril exhibit was for ages three and up in this kid was too..

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Theresa May touts UK investment during ambitious three-nation trip to Africa

Global News Podcast

04:17 min | 3 years ago

Theresa May touts UK investment during ambitious three-nation trip to Africa

"Theresa May is on her first trip to Africa as the British Prime minister. First stop is South Africa, but she'll also visit Nigeria and Kenya. During this three day visit, her mission is to strengthen trade ties. Here. She is speaking in Cape Town. I want to create a new partnership between the UK and our friends in Africa. One built around our shared prosperity and shared security as prime minister of a trading nation who success depends on global markets. I want to see strong African economies. The British businesses can do business with in a free and fair fashion, whether three creating new customers for British exporters or opportunities for British investors are integrated global economy means healthy afric-.

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Chinese newspaper dismisses report of Google's 'censored search engine'

BBC World Service

05:26 min | 3 years ago

Chinese newspaper dismisses report of Google's 'censored search engine'

"Hello Neil Nunez with the BBC news in Zimbabwe supporters. Of president Emmerson, Mnangagwa and, his opposition rival Nelson Chamisa have been urged to wait in peace for the results of Monday's election appeals come after. Deadly street clashes from Harare Andrew Harding has this report Zimbabwe's army and the opposition both being blamed for the violence that erupted in Harare the government says MDC. Alliance protesters went on an unprovoked rampage burning cars and attacking buildings in order to disrupt the election before results being. Announced but the decision to. Send soldiers onto the streets is also. Being widely criticized the military showing little restraint as it swept through the. City attacking and shooting civilians the focus now returns does, symboblic electoral commission and whether or, not, it, will release the results of the presidential poll the opposition believes it's. Candidate Nelson Chamisa is being cheated of victory it's It's hard to imagine all sides will. Now accept the results President Trump has thanked the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un for allowing the. Remains, of American soldiers killed in the Korean war, to be returned to the United States Laura bicker is in Seoul Donald Trump's tweet comes just hours after the means of what's thought to be fifty five US servicemen killed during. The, Korean war where flew into Hawaii their return was part of a pledge made by Kim Jong and President. Trump when the, two leaders, met in Singapore in June the tweet also hints at further contact and another meeting as Mr. Trump thanked chairman Kim. For his letter and said he looked forward to seeing him soon earlier this week US intelligence suggesting North Korea was continuing to build nuclear weapons was leaked to. The media and has led to concerns that Pyongyang has no intention of giving up its weapons Mr. Trump's tweet suggests. These reports have not set. Back the current rapprochement between the two. Countries The United States is seeking the, extradition of two Ukrainian citizens arrested in Spain and Poland who are suspected of being part of a hacking group a. Third suspect is already in. The US Dave Lee reports defense seven group is said to have attacks more than. One hundred companies most were in the US but others were in. The UK Australia and France the hackers targeted point of sale systems stealing details. For fifteen million payment cards the group is understood, to still be active but US attorney net Hayes said hackers were plain wrong if, they thought they could hide behind, their keyboards in far away places these. Really defense Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, has ordered another halt in fuel and gas shipments to Gaza he said the decision had been taken in view of what he called the continued Tara of incendiary. Balloons that have ignited hundreds of fires in Israel this is the latest world news from the ABC A Japanese newspaper, reports alleges that the Tokyo Medical University altered test, results female applicants to restrict the number of women. Students the Shimbun daily, said the manipulation of scores began in two thousand eleven after the percentage of female admissions increase to about forty. Percent it's against the discrimination aims to keep the percentage to about thirty on the basis that many female doctors quit when they married and had children A state owned newspaper in China has, dismissed American reports that Google is. Planning a return to the Chinese market with a censored version of its search engine Andrew would reports from. Hong, Kong a news, website the intercept was the first to report Google was planning a search engine, for mobile phones in China that would ignore controversial subjects and websites blacklisted. By Beijing the intercept said it had seen internal Google documents and had spoken to insiders but a state. Owned business newspaper the China Securities daily says what it called relevant, departments had denied that Google would be available in, China again eight years ago Beijing blocks Google searches. And Google closed its, operations on the mainland of China but people in Hong Kong can still use Google to search the web a. Study has suggested a link between abstinence from alcohol in middle age and developing dementia in later life the researchers found that those who are teetotal When they were fifty have a forty, five percent higher risk than those. Who drink moderately people who drink over the recommended limits are also at an increased risk the Canadian rap. Star, Drake is extra, release the official music video for his hit single in my feelings videos based, on the track have gone vowed and social media thousands around the world. Of attempted what's known as the KiKi challenge by jumping out of a moving car and dancing alongside it. There have been many injuries as a result Hello this is the thought show on the. BBC World Service with me Beth sake offensive and with me and the Bishop in today's program getting creative with statistics how, can we find a way to captivate entertain and inform people and we ask why female friendships a so vital in the lives. Women and girls from the highs to lows.

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Amazon's quarterly profits tops $2B for first time

BBC World Service

03:18 min | 3 years ago

Amazon's quarterly profits tops $2B for first time

"That's all coming up after this bulletin of world. News? Hello I'm Justin green with the BBC news North Korea's handed over the remains of fifty five American soldiers killed during the Korean war in the. Nineteen fifties is the first step in the process of repatriation of fallen, soldiers which was agreed at last month's summit between President Trump on the North Korean, leader Kim Jong UN nor Baker reports in the Asana airbase south of. Seoul Thousands of US. Soldiers and their families stood in. Silence as the small wooden caskets containing the remains of those killed in action during the Korean war arrived at this US base more than five thousand American soldiers who died between nineteen fifty hundred fifty three are still unaccounted for in North Korea President Trump called him fallen warriors and. Said that he and Kim Jong reached. An agreement on the repatriation of remains during their summit last month in Singapore the return coincides, with the sixty fifth anniversary of the signing of the armistice agreement. Which. Ended the Korean war US government says more than eighteen hundred children separated from their parents as they illegally crossed the border from Mexico have now. Been reunited with their families or released more than seven hundred others remain, in custody Chris Buckler reports court deadline to reunite all of them has ni- past, seven hundred eleven children are still not back with, their parents the authorities Claimed legitimate reasons for keeping some children apart including concerns for their welfare but in more than half of the cases the children's families have already left the US or being deported campaigners say there's currently no coherent plan. To reunite them and the government's figures suggest, they are still working through the records too much dozens of the children with their parents Imran Khan the former cricket legend who set to become Pakistan's next. Prime minister said he wants to. Unite the country under his leadership said the election was clean but he's willing to investigate his rivals claims of vote-rigging in the general election they accuse him of colluding with the army Mr. Khan's party is likely to emerge as the largest in parliament the online retail giant Amazon has. Announced twelvefold increase in quarterly profits Dave. Lee reports there was a time when Amazon was simply an online store now it's more accurate. To call Call it an empire estimates suggest as many as half of all online sales in the. US Amazon it's not stopping there it's plans, to disrupt the global healthcare industry have just started but if there's one thing that could stop Amazon it's Washington some. Members of congress have expressed concern about market dominance and President Trump tweeted recently the he thought Amazon should be investigated. Many suspect, his motivation may be driven by the fact Jeff. Bezos is now the world's richest man also owns the Washington Post you're listening to the latest world, news from the BBC the Greek government says it believes the deadly wildfires near, the capital may have been started deliberately earlier. The defense minister said that buildings constructed without authorization had blocked escape. Routes angry survivors have. Accused officials are being slow to.

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Apple Macbook Pro bug patched, unleashing full-speed performance

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04:30 min | 3 years ago

Apple Macbook Pro bug patched, unleashing full-speed performance

"I'm Jason Snell your host joined this week by two wonderful guest, longtime analyst, former apple employee, and you'll love them. You can't live without him. It's Michael Garten, Berg. Hello? Hey, Jason picture back. Glad that you're here. I expecting you to lend some interesting perspectives. You can tell us all the secrets about how apple really does conspire to break all of its products. Awake more money, or perhaps I too much Shelly Brisbane is also here host of the parallel podcast and somebody who's been working in the tech world for a long time or at least we won't say how long but you and I used to work together so that that says something we did. Hello. Thanks for having me back. I can't promise any secrets. I'll try though. All right. Okay. Well, we'll see. We'll see what we can and we might as well get to. These are the most interesting stories of the week as deemed by me and by Stephen who is not here in reality, but is here in spirit and he picked the topics. So you know his, his impression is left on this podcast even though he is roaming around, I think on summer vacation with his family right now which you know the nerve of that guy to do that anyway. Topic number one this week in tech panics. The macbook pro had a week youtuber. Dave Lee found that his brand new top of the line core. I nine laptop last week was way too slow unless he put it in the freezer which you should not do also gloves don't work well on track pads. So just it's not gonna work, but thus began a cycle of reactions. How can apple do this? Who are they trying to fool? Why you know? Why do they make people try to think that these expensive products are any good. They don't even test them how they could they shipped it. And of course, in a week it was uncovered that it was a weird firmware bug in the cooling system that it's lip through Apple's in house testing and ended up on shipping systems. Even though the versions that they tested in house didn't have the bug. It was sort of missing piece of software and apple. Obviously, some people worked all weekend because in a week from when Lee posted his video and it went viral, there was a release and it was fixed, and it was just a software. And then everybody tested the new laptops after the fix, and they said, oh, now it makes sense. It works fine. So I've got large scale questions in small scale questions. But first, let's start with this story itself and how apple handed it. I I mentioned earlier that Michael Garten Burg used to work inside apple. How do you? How do you think apple handle this? And what's your reaction to how the world reacted and then how apple reacted. Well, in this particular case, I think apple reacted well, and we found this bug was found in one particular scenario, doing one particular action and apples testing QA while extremely thorough may not include every single permutation, and I suspect he was this particular function combined with this particular bug, and then there's two ways to deal with it. One is to acknowledge that there indeed is a problem, and the second is to ignore the problem and you're gonna fix it. Third is not to acknowledge anything. Usually the problem if you know you have the fix and I think that was the case here. Apple acknowledged it and they promptly released a fixed. They're able to duplicate now, fix it. When apple doesn't acknowledge the problem, even though it seems to be a widespread problem. For example, the problem that people were having with keyboards exact apple never acknowledged that as a real problem. But then promptly changed the keyboard designed MAC pro. Properly. I suspect one of the reasons for that is you acknowledge you have a problem in the keyboard maybe even though about with the keyboard, but it's x. number of max that have why problem, and it's cheaper just to replace the x. number rather than say, we have a problem and then suddenly have to replace everyone's MAC and then be subject to the usual class action. Lawsuits that invariably comes around. So I don't know anyone who had keyboard problem than apple hasn't been able to deal with for the most part, but neck as it's kinda telling that they re designed it with little bit of silicone a little bit of the protection sa- prevent Dustin stuff getting in..

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Prime Minister, Facebook and Israel discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

04:34 min | 3 years ago

Prime Minister, Facebook and Israel discussed on BBC World Service

"And AM New York. Hello I'm Caroline Wyatt and welcome to. The world this week the program that tells you how the world has changed in. The past seven days this was the week when Donald Trump's turbulent tour of Europe closed with a controversial meeting on the president corrected his statement about Russian. Interference in the election the brought him to power energy. Sentence in my remarks I said the word would instead of wouldn't The sentence should have been I don't see any reason why wouldn't why wouldn't be Russian collusion okay awesome we ask? Are, we seeing the decline of the west the week when. Europe and Japan signed the world's biggest trade deal even though others are being torn. Up and when lynchings in India provoked action from an unexpected quarter does he has a sort of role where it can advise governments on certain policies or. Even set policies in a way that you wouldn't think. A court would do all that after this Hello Jerry Smith with the BBC news Israeli military officials say they've, been no further airstrikes or other operations. On targets in the Gaza Strip since last night the Palestinian group HAMAs says a ceasefire has been brokered by the. United Nations and Egypt but on Friday Israeli forces hit dozens. Of targets in Gaza there's Tom Bateman reports the strikes came after an Israeli soldier was shot dead the. First such talented for Israel since the? Start of regular protests which? Have. Seen. More than, one hundred and forty Palestinians killed buys ready forces since March early this morning HAMAs announced a ceasefire agreement but, there was no comment from Israel the latest exchange of fire raised fears of a significant escalation between? The. Two sides with Israel's defense minister earlier warning it was being pushed towards a broad and painful military operation the UN's envoy to the region warned that Gaza was on the brink of Of war and urged restraint members of the conservative People's Party in Spain choosing a new leader to replace Marianna ROY is retiring after being ousted as prime minister in a, confidence vote last month thousands of delegates gathered at a hotel in Madrid to hear, the two candidates make final appeals support. The former deputy prime minister psoriasis on day Santamaria is vying for the top job along with the thirty seven year. Old congressman Pablo Casado he's about to take the party further. To the right the winner will lead the opposition to Spain's minority socialist government Facebook has suspended another data collection firm from using it, site well let's investigate claims the Boston-based crimson hexagon. Maybe using people's information to build surveillance tools here's Dave Lee crimson hexagon says it collects the vast amounts of public data in order to provide consumer insights something, that is not against Facebook's policies however the. Wall Street Journal newspaper has reported that. Data firm worked with a group linked to the Kremlin as well as various US, government agencies using Facebook data for surveillance is against the sites policies and so the network has launched. An investigation Cuba's lawmakers are expected to approve a new constitution later today which will then be put to a public vote, this weeping reforms. Would see private property recognized for the first time since. One thousand nine hundred seventy six more grant is in Havana The new president Megan the canal is seeking to preserve the socialist character of the Cuban revolution or boosting the long stagnant economy on the island nevertheless state and military run. Entities will remain dominant in Cuba are the. Key changes include the introduction of a prime minister to the, Cuban political system dividing the roles of head of. State and head of government and the imposition of term limits on the presidency of two consecutive five-year terms world news from the BBC Pakistan's malady minority community say they're boycotting the forthcoming elections because of what they say are discriminatory laws they've, complained that Ahmad is being placed on a separate voter registration, list categorizing them as non Muslim community leaders say this violates their right to religious self identity as Muslim Investigators examining how seventeen people died when the terrorist boat sank on a lake.

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Israel pummels Hamas targets in Gaza after gunman kills Israeli soldier

BBC World Service

04:57 min | 3 years ago

Israel pummels Hamas targets in Gaza after gunman kills Israeli soldier

"Problems with democracy be next very good example I think of how things can perhaps change, as rutta something as simple as a film with me in the studio my two guests writer and editor Justin quirk and Sally leaves. Lee who trains companies and governments on protecting. People business from extreme incidents that's. All here on this edition of weekend Now the world news Hello Jerry Smith. With the BBC news the Palestinian group HAMAs says it's agreed a ceasefire with Israel off an upsurge of violence. In the Gaza Strip the cease-fire is reported to be holding on Friday the Israeli, military said his trunk dozens of targets in Gaza Middle East. Correspondent Tom vaping reports the s strikes came after an Israeli soldier was shot dead the first such fatality for Israel since the start of regular protests which have seen more than, one hundred and forty Palestinians killed buys. Rarely forces since March he was targeted by militants from the perimeter fence in southern, Gaza early this morning HAMAs, announced a ceasefire agreement but there was. No comment from Israel the latest exchange of fire raised fears of a significant escalation between the two sides with Israel's. Defense minister earlier warning it was being pushed towards a broad. And painful military operation the UN's envoy to the region warned that Gaza. Was on the bridge Think of war and urged restraint president Manuel Santos of Columbia has welcomed former rebels to. Congress at the opening of the new parliament the Faulk has five senators and five, members of the house of representatives as part of the peace. Deal reached in two thousand sixteen the to former commanders did not attend nNcholas Russia has the details president Santos said he was happy to see former rebels who fought the state, for five decades now respecting the constitution. And the country's laws the precedent twin sister in office next month it's the new, legislators and his successor to, defend peace in Colombia mister Duke wants. To prevent former rebels from sitting in congress until they're investigative for crimes committed during the civil war Facebook has suspended. Another data collection firm from using it site while it investigates. Claims the Boston-based crimson hexagon may be using people's information to build surveillance Tools Facebook suspended British. And, Canadian based analytic firms for similar reasons, earlier this year Dave Lee reports crimson hexagon. Says it collects the vast amounts of public data in order to, provide consumer insights something that is not against Facebook's policies however the Wall Street Journal newspaper has reported that data firm. Worked with a group linked to the Kremlin as well as various US government agencies. Using Facebook data for surveillance is against the sites policies Dave Lee The Spanish conservative People's Party is due to select a, new leader to replace Mariana Rockaway retiring. Of, to me ousted as prime minister in a confidence vote last month the former deputy prime minister Sarah science day Santamaria is running against the Thirty-seven-year-old congressman Pablo Casado would take the party further to. The right You're listening to world news from the BBC Disney has sacked the US film, director James Gunn after the discovery of. Tweets which included jokes about rape and paedophilia the guardians of the. Galaxy director, has since apologized for the messages Disney said the. Comments were indefensible and inconsistence with its values Cuba's lawmakers. Are expected. To approve a new constitution later today which will. Then be put. To public vote the sweeping reforms would say private property recognized for the first time since nineteen seventy six and the state's control. Of, the economy will be drastically reduced same sex marriage could. Be legalized from Havana will grant reports the new president Miguel Diaz canal is seeking to preserve the socialist character of the Cuban revolution or boosting the long stagnant economy on the island nevertheless state and military run. Entities will remain dominant in Cuba that much has been made, repeatedly cleared by both row Castro and president DS canal in the lead up. To this point are the key changes include the introduction of a prime minister to. The Cuban political system dividing the roles of head of state and, head of government and the imposition of, term limits on the presidency of two. Consecutive five-year terms round Castro who is eighty seven remained as the. Leader of, the Cuban communist party when he stepped down as President this year and headed the commission which drew up. These changes investigators examining how seventeen people died when the terrorist, boat sank colleague in the US state of Missouri of appeal for witnesses to..

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Reporter, Apple and Fbi discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Reporter, Apple and Fbi discussed on BBC World Service

"Iphones and ipads is crucial to solving crimes as our north america technology reporter dave lee not for the first time apple's approach to protecting its devices will for straight police forces who believe the power to unlock iphones and ipads is crucial to their work apple maintains however that having a so called back door into its devices poses a security risk for all of its users two years ago this debate reached a courtroom when apple refused to provide a tool to the fbi to help unlock the i find below to.

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Facebook, Amazon lead Wall St. higher at open

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

Facebook, Amazon lead Wall St. higher at open

"From any of the other politicians before him kt watson the facebook founder mark zuckerberg insisted he is still the best person to lead the company following the disclosure that the data of as many as eighty seven million people may have been used inappropriately by british based political consultants facebook previously knowledge that fifty million users were affected technology reporter is daily in his conference call with journalists mark zuckerberg said his company was in the past two idealistic and had put too much trust in the external firms using facebook stater he said the network didn't take a broad enough view of what is responsibilities were and was therefore slow to reacts to data gathering operations such as one carried out by cambridge analytica mrs aqaba confirmed that he will go to washington testify in front of congress next week but was send high ranking deputies to answer similar questions in other countries including the uk dave lee now what's the best way to help people escape poverty to answer that question thousands of kenyans in rural villages being given money to spend as they please and the result of the visitors become entrepreneurs layabouts correspondent and soy reports from western kenya on this novel experiment mr is willing beings using traditional train metaphor wins trolls she's throwing the pulses into the air outside her house and the wind blows the away doesn't bring your best when the money came i say a good loves meat i have found people who give me money.

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