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"dotti dotti" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"dotti dotti" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"I everyone and welcome to be on the great with me. Tom talks and we've got a spring in step this week because not only is it the british grand prix which was the first f one race i ever attended back in one thousand nine hundred three beyond the grade has won a gong at the british podcast awards and a cafe at all. We one of the sport's biggest stars on the show this week charlotte lamb. He may not have the car to challenge for the title. But shaw is flying this year. He's had two positions in monaco and baco and he's shown. Incredible consistency in the races is currently sick in the world championship. Making him the highest place driver without a top three finish and scholley. It's only a matter of time before he adds to his tally of twelve. Podiums charles being on the podcast before back in two thousand eighteen when he was still racing for alfa romeo salva in his rookie season. So our chat. This time focuses on his years in red with ferrari. We reflect on his stupendous first season with the team in two thousand nineteen when he won a couple of races and came so close in bahrain as well and we look at how he's coped with the climb back to competitiveness after a tough twenty twenty. We also talk about teammates and team bosses. Bush charles talents arm limited to driving racing cars. He's developed a multitude of interests away from racing since we last spoke so we discussed those as well. And let's just say he's multitalented great to spend time with them again. I hope you enjoy our conversation so great to see you. Last time you came on the pod. You're still a sour driver. Yeah there's been a lot of water under the bridge since then a little bit. Yeah things has changed quite quite quickly. let's deal with the whole big picture. Ferrari in what ways has driving for ferrari. Changed your life. Well i mean first of all. It was a dream since Since child so obviously it was just incredible to know that. I will be driving for the team. I've always dreamed to be with since being a child. Then second in my private life also a little bit because friday drivers. I beat easier to recognize that. When i was in enough romeo so each a change a little bit on the other hand half you say that. I'm quite lucky in monaco. People i used to see formal drivers. So i'm actually having a normal life. Can you remember your first day's work for the team i do. I was very very impressed. By how many people were working on the cars Meaning ferrari we are. A lot of people are the beginning. I felt quite lost to be honest. I really didn't know to who. I should speak to refer dotto dotti shoe but thankfully they really helped me and they see how lost in the first days and and help me by putting just my geneva as a as the person to talk to for anything and then my engineer will help me to just go to the right guys at the right place. Yeah but it was very very impressive the first few days. How long did it take you to get your feet under the table at the team feel comfortable. I was comfortable from the from. The beginning. had a lot of things to learn but it felt like Like i've known them since a longtime straight away on the social relationships Then to feel comfortable in the way such a big teamwork's probably nearly a year will say nearly a year to understand exactly the dynamics. So the team. How you face issues. How you react to those problems. Yeah probably almost a year. It's amazing it's a long time really it. The man who only spent one year and every formula on the way up. Yeah yeah it is. It is a very very long time. But he's very very interesting to live. It fills a lot shorter and you can see oldest stepson every time. You are learning something that you have light than you are. You're just getting a better a better understanding of how everything works and also you feel more in control of the of the situation. How much better you now than you. Oh when you arrived. I feel like i've grown a lot as a driver as a person how much better as difficult to quantify. I definitely feel a better driver compared to when i when i first arrived just how much detail we are going into after every Difficult races bowl softer good races. We've had y'all always try to allies absolutely everything and it makes it so interesting. I mean it's a easter sports where i'm always learning. I think anybody on these while everybody on this grid is actually learning. Every time they get into the car. It's so complex to extract. Turned out of the car that you you learn something every time you get in it. So it's It's very interesting. We're gonna come onto some races in them in it but before we do that you've developed a few interests since she lost came on the podcast and i wanna talk to you about some of them piano for example. I've seen. I know i was looking at your instagram. And there's some fingers playing the piano. How do i know they us get question. Tell me about your draining. Bringing beyond noah the next race struck and hopefully show you that it's actually me. That's a that plays it but i i enjoyed.

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"dotti dotti" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"dotti dotti" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"I everyone and welcome to be on the great with me. Tom talks and we've got a spring in our step this week because not only is it the british grand prix which was the first f one race i ever attended back in one thousand nine hundred. Three beyond the grade has won a gong at the british podcast awards and a cafe at all. We one of the sport's biggest stars on the show this week charlotte lamb. He may not have the car to challenge for the title. But shaw is flying this year. He's had two pole positions in monaco and baco and he's shown. Incredible consistency in the races is currently sick in the world championship. Making him the highest place driver without a top three finish and scholley. It's only a matter of time before he adds to his tally of twelve. Podiums charles being on the podcast before back in two thousand eighteen when he was still racing for alfa romeo salva in his rookie season. So our chat. This time focuses on his years in red with ferrari. We reflect on his stupendous first season with the team in two thousand nineteen when he won a couple of races and came so close in bahrain as well and we look at how he's coped with the climb back to competitiveness after a tough twenty twenty. We also talk about teammates and team bosses. Bush charles talents arm limited to driving racing cars. He's developed a multitude of interests away from racing since we last spoke so we discuss those as well. And let's just say he's multitalented. It was great to spend time with them again. I hope you enjoy our conversation so great to see you. Last time you came on the pod. You're still a sour driver. Yeah there's been a lotta water under the bridge since then a little bit. Yeah things has changed quite quite quickly. let's deal with the whole big picture. Ferrari in what ways has driving for ferrari changed your life. I mean first of all. It was a dream since Since child obviously it was just incredible to know that. I will be driving for the team. I've always dreamed to be we since being a child. Then second in my private life also a little bit because friday drivers. I beat easier to recognize that. When i was in enough romeo so each a change a little bit but on the other hand half. You say that. I'm quite lucky in monaco people. I used to see formal drivers. So i'm actually having a normal life. Can you remember your first day's work for the team i do. I was very very impressed. By how many people were working on the cars I mean ferrari. We are a lot of people are the beginning. I felt quite lost to be honest. I really didn't know to who. I should speak to refer dotto dotti shoe but thankfully they really helped me and they was lost in the first days and and help me by putting just my mind geneva as a as the person to talk to for anything and then my engineer will help me to. Just go to the right guys at the right place. Yeah but it was very very impressive the first few days. How long did it take you to get your feet under the table at the team feel comfortable. I was comfortable from the from the beginning. I had a lot of things to learn but it felt like Like i've known them since a longtime straight away on the social relationships Then to feel comfortable in the way such a big teamwork's probably nearly a year will say nearly a year to understand exactly the dynamics. So the team. How you face issues. How you react to those problems. Yeah probably almost a year sommese and it's a long time really it. The man who only spent one year and every formula on the way up. Yeah yeah it is. It is a very very long time. But he's very very interesting to live. It fills a lot shorter and you can see oldest stepson every time. You are learning something that you have light than you are. You're just getting a better a better understanding of how everything works and also you feel more in control of the of the situation. How much better you now than you. Oh when you arrived my feel like. I've grown a lot as a driver as a person. How much better is difficult to quantify. But i definitely feel a better driver compared to when i when i first arrived just how much detail we are going into after every Difficult races bowl softer good races. We've had y'all always try to analyze absolutely everything and it makes it so interesting. I mean it's a easter sports where i'm always learning. I think anybody on these while everybody on this grid is actually learning. Every time they get into the car. It's so complex to extract one hundred percent of the car that you you learn something every time you get in it so it's It's very interesting. We're gonna come onto some races in them in it but before we do that you've developed a few interests since she lost came on the podcast and i wanna talk to you about some of them piano for example. I've seen. I know i was looking at your instagram. And there's some fingers playing the piano. How do i know they use get question. Tell me about your draining. Bring beyond noah the next race struck and hopefully show you that it's actually me. That's a that. Plays it. But i i enjoyed.

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iPhone 13 on Track for Late September Release Date

Mac OS Ken

01:22 min | 1 year ago

iPhone 13 on Track for Late September Release Date

"Twelve sales constitute a super cycle. That iphone thirteen may be a super duper cycle. That's according to wedbush analyst. Daniel ives who did of course not use the term super cycle apple three dotto posted part of a note ives wrote. He thinks apple's next round by phones is on track for a late september. Release which we used to call the normal time in the before times that said he says that timeframe could change. The bigger news is the bigger number of builds. He's expecting quoting his note. Initial asia supply chain belts for iphone thirteen or currently in the roughly one hundred million unit range compared to our initial iphone twelve reads at eighty million units pre bid and represent a twenty five percent increase year over year. Out of the gate while this number will clearly move around over the coming months. We believe this speaks to an increased confidence with cook and company. That this five g driven product psycho will extend well into twenty twenty two and should also benefit from a post vaccine consumer reopening environment. Mr has hasn't outperform rating apple. Shares has price target on the shares. Is one hundred seventy five dollars.

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Galaxy Note 20 Ultra review: Everything we love -- and don't -- so far

The Droid Life Show

04:10 min | 2 years ago

Galaxy Note 20 Ultra review: Everything we love -- and don't -- so far

"Bunch. So renew was coming. It's all official now. So Galaxy note twenty, no twenty old tra- you have ultra I doubt we will ever get our hands on the no twenty because no one should buy it Ultra Tim has galaxy watched three actually have one of those or here doubts on in two sizes Galaxy Buds live, which we will just call the galaxy beans little being ear buds neither of US have those I don't know that we're going to. Like, you're satisfied with the buds plus I like these I dunno like the only don't know how they go in your ear. the beans are official and then the Galaxy Tab, a seven seven, plus which we also don't have because we haven't reviewed at android tablet like seventeen years Those are official although they do look really really good. We talk about those for just a brief minute if we want to and then finally they showed off the phone that I will sell everything in my house to buy in that will be the galaxies Z fold. To Oh. Yeah. So we'll save that for a minute. Let's let's talk. No Twenty, nine, twenty ultra. Cool start here so They announced There's two phones obviously ones Nice. The Ultra One's not so nice. The regular note twenty I'm being extra critical here because. Samsung wants to charge a thousand dollars for the regular one. The, ultras thirteen hundred. The regular one has a ten eighty p sixty hertz display in a plastic body and they want a thousand dollars for IT I. I know there's other stuff going on here. They packed all the other stuff in it, but those two things certainly do not scream. Thousand Dollars to me No. But. They did do that. So It's available for preorder. Now, Bulfon's actually we are. Now They Arrive August twentieth or twenty first somewhere in there and everyone has them. There's unlocked models. There well, I should say the ultra a while it is a huge phone and I don't think I could use the thing. It's got kind of everything again right although. The storage at one hundred, twenty, eight Gig that lower than last year's like did the note ten plus days was to fifty six yeah. So they dropped that it does quite easy. Display Hundred Twenty Hertz, which is which is sweet snapdragon need sixty, five plus five g twelve gig Ram five, twelve, top tier storage hundred, twenty Gig on the low end and yeah I think that's kind of step backwards. we got way too many cameras including one, hundred, eight megapixel big I. Laser autofocus forty, five, hundred, million power battery. I know that still large but the ultra I think that's twenty. Five thousand south slightly smaller but you do have an aspen. The spend has like super low latency and stuff, right? It's like the fanciest s date and this. What else we have stereo speakers you have ms again for Samsung pay of course Oh we don't have the super fast charging rate like the. Thirty five or whatever it was from last year like that's not back. So it's like they took away a couple of. We have like an upgraded superfast charging to dotto or something I can tell you the team last year. But like remember they were it was like a forty five watts like a forty five watts Samson charger. Discipline one either doesn't support that or they're just not maybe not including it. It's something weird like that. So shocked kind of it seems like they kind of took away a couple of things to keep the price is still thirteen hundred dollars sound like they cut any corners here no either way it's a it's a pretty crazily specked out found. It comes in the mystic bronze which Tim has everything comes in mystic bronze. There's also a black and then there's also a white version Of course, they send you the mystic bronze because they're so proud of mystic bronze I don't know.

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The Full Circle Weekly News

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Expand for real - burst 1

"You're listening to full circle weekly news. News articles are compiled by directly unready and meet your host, Liotta. This episode covers the fourth to the thirty first of May. Twenty twenty. Oracle's Patch Reduces boot times by almost half. A newer version of K task by Oracle has been published. That seems to speed up Colonel Time by forty nine percent. This speed up achieved by having p. a data work more efficiently with multiple CPU cores and sees the highest performance gains in systems with large amounts of Ram and even extends to virtual machines. It's possible we may see this land in colonel. Five, dotty. INC SCAPE ONE. DOTTO released finally. After three long years of development, and with big performance gains, new mirroring and rotating features easier, technical drawing and better. PDF, support INC escape has hit a huge

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iOS Interview Questions For Senior Developers in 2020 Part 2

Inside iOS Dev

09:01 min | 2 years ago

iOS Interview Questions For Senior Developers in 2020 Part 2

"And today's episode as part two to the previous episode about IOS interview questions for Senior Developers in two thousand twenty. The article that I wrote S- and this is the part two episode where I'm covering article so in this one. I'm going over questions next question. So we'll start with question number four. What is what is NBC? It's a very fundamental question again. Even though it's very basic question senior developers also need to know about and expected to give more detail on the show more depth of knowledge of such basic questions so NBC stands for Model View Controller. Software Design Pattern apple adopted. It came from small talk. Apple adopted its towards their own. Had has has its own reincarnation of it Model is responsible for data controller is responsible or views responsible rendering the dates and getting input from the user and control are supposed to glue views and models together right and be this coordinator control right at the end of the day. Apples flavor of it is More view skewed towards the view. That's why wouldn't really have controllers. Who Have you controllers what you should know? Besides there's this basics That that I just covered you also need to know and understand that model view controller. Nbc is not your application architecture. That's just a design pattern foot of you and if you want to architecture application especially architectures for scale you probably should go for something something else. Something with more flexibility. Something's more advanced at least. I'M VM MVP COORDINATOR. Design pattern or go for a heavy duty architectures such as viper and ribs but again as a as a senior developer. You should be aware of that so erratic flag that could raise here as well simply not knowing what an NBC is right. What what it stands for. And what that's fundamental Basic design pattern of APP Iowa's Apple Development in general I think they use it on all the platforms but nevertheless I again as I mentioned already as a senior. Dev rather the expectation is that you know. Other design patterns and architectures for further reading. Look at Apple. Apples article on their developer portal. It's called model dash view controller Then ABC's Dotto has a great article Cold lighter view controllers. It's from one of their previous issues of Went UP CIO. Had this Monthly I believe issue of their articles. Then there's another article on a con Lou con Lou. I think that's how I say it that come about massive you controller. Kennedy shoes with NBC. Another one is on a Napa soda actual this podcast inside. Iowa's Dev where and I covered the the issues with controller skull the problem with the problems with controllers another article you could read introduction to n. b. b. m. that's also obviously that article And then another episode of this podcast view models to the rescue As far as I recall Andrew in that episode. Goes over a great example of where? Mvp and could could save your bacon in the overblown view controller. Massive you controller code base and another article could read up on a model view presenter. It's MVP by Martin Fowler. It's on his website. March and following dot com. And as usual. You you'll find those links south. Put Him the Up put the link to the article in the show notes and they're in the further reading for that question. You can find links to those articles that I mentioned. The next question is number five. What do you know about? Singleton's where would you use one? And where would you not Singles Singleton Severi? It's very common design pattern. It'S CONSIDERED TO BE CO CORE. Competencies design pattern and it's used everywhere throughout all of the apple examples and They they actually utilizing soon bilton themselves in the API COCA API that they provide a four us. This jar short answer. Singleton Is a class that returns only one. And the same instance no matter how many times you requested what it really means at the end of the day that you have a type but say networking services and you implement a static or property rather. I think that's typically the implementation called shared or something like that instance and then in there you basically cash that instance the very first time. It's accessed you initials it and then you cash it and that's it. And then every other time when the in through that static property the instances rick. The SINGLETON has requested to return the same instance Singled and Sarah unfortunately anti pattern. They have a lot of issues with them and specifically they encourage global states. The they they really did. Sir and there are a lot of issues with dependency injection they. They really don't help at all with it. They make it more difficult. They you have to tie things to specific concrete types instead of relying and interfaces things like that so and in general even though apple promotes it. I do not recommend using singleton's and I know it's a it's a kind of a debatable topic if you will but there are a lot of prominent articles written about by prominence experienced developers Basically kind of debunking if you will the design pattern than explaining why. It's an anti pattern. So the Rad flak for this question as well you should actually know what a singleton the is and how to implement it and how to work with it even though it's a necessary and or unfortunate evil quite often and for further reading to to kind of get into the details of why. I'm saying it's an anti pattern. There are two resources you could go for. One is actually episode of this podcast. Called Y Singleton are evil and another one is actually similar styles. Single single are evil. It's by you can find this article on Viki Dot C two DOT com. They cover it more. They're in in more details in an an unwrap all the issues with singles. So the next questions number six. What's different between delegates and TV? Oh so this is a this is also quite common question on on. Irs INTERVIEWS THE DETAILED. Yar The cute. Let's let's start with What what is Ki? Ki Ki all right cave your sense. Four key valley observation so delicate design pattern and Kiva observation both are techniques for to establish relationships between objects and delegates establishes and declares using the delegates. You declare one to one relationship using protocols delegate protocols and Dan with Kiva labs operation you declare and establish a many to many relationship using other techniques but mostly. It's a kind of declarative key valor. While the that that's in the name Kiva Observation and your keys likely will be there strings or I believe you could use like selectors or something about for

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The Open Source CIO

a16z

08:17 min | 2 years ago

The Open Source CIO

"Red Hat did such a great job. In pioneering what I call open source one DOTTO. The free and support model that their scale and capacity really made them a one off as a startup to be able to go and create the same backend. Infrastructure is quite expensive to do so. Let me go one step further here. I don't believe there will be another red hat with the red hat business model however I believe that there will be many many many successful open source companies into the future that have different business models from red hat that are further unlocking the potential of open source specifically open source as a service if we look at the history of open source as soon as the economics come into balance with the technology we see entrepreneurs flourish in the community flourishes because their sustainability and. I think this whole sas you know open source as a service has unlocked a whole new. Economic Model Peter's article ended with. Maybe even red hat should think about becoming the next Amazon and I think alluding to this kind of SAS era that we're in. How has that changed? How you're approaching open source and open source communities. Well I think our model started off as a on Prem subscription which was pretty unique at the time and as the cloud the public cloud has taken home you one of the benefits that we see is all those technologies are built on the core asset that we have which is Lennox and the different providers have different nations of that technology different distributions of it. The approach was to make sure our technology runs on all of them because to us. It doesn't really make a difference so we have partnerships with all of the major cloud providers and we obviously have our capabilities as well and so the idea of this hybrid world is the one we placed a lot of bets on the one that actually fortunately has evolved to sort of be the dominant design. You talk a little bit about the dominant design. How do you view this emerging enterprise architecture? Where are we in in that open or hybrid future? There was this view about five years ago. I would say that the cloud takes over there would be no more on. Prem there would only be one cloud provider and now what we're seeing is that there are multiple cloud providers and the pendulum has swung back to where there's a right place for certain on prem software and infrastructure and applications and there's the right use of the cloud and there are many tools now that makes the integration of public and private. I hybrid seamless across different domains. And once we have that cheers really know Ed your core. There's just compute it when we first started studying cloud and all different stations of what it was going to be the hype that surrounded it it was a binary thing right. It was either. You're all public or you're all on premise. It's like come on. That doesn't make any sense. So what has come to fruition? Now I think is starting to recognize all the choice that's available all the just incredible amount of innovation. That's taken place that for someone in a job like mine. It's our responsibility and our job to take advantage of it so the means by which I can manage it is almost as important as the means in which I can. Just use it. If you're in my job your partners and other functions in the company shouldn't care where what what's underneath the solution. All they care about is that the solution is correct and it's optimized both for agility and cost purposes for whatever problem. You're trying to solve Peter. You've said software as a service has really cracked open open source in terms of its valuations in its potential but at the same time. The end customer doesn't really know if it's open source or not from a development standpoint we get all the innovation the community the bug fixing that open source has been great at for the past. What THIRTY FORTY YEARS? But really we can monetize open source at the full value of that software because people don't care all they want is the service. Just give me whatever that software provides and I don't really care whether it's open source or not and by the way I'm willing to pay full value for that stack in the one data. Oh you're the economic problem and I ran an open source company in the one data ear. I know the economic problem is a buyer would compare would say okay. You're giving away your software for free and charging for support and I'm GonNa go compare you to your proprietary counterpart and the proprietary counterpart charges eighty cents for the software and twenty cents for support. Therefore we're going to only pay you twenty cents because all you're doing is providing support now if it's run as a service and support and the service of the software is all built in together. It's a hundred cents and let me also add that going from open source. Bits the source code to creating a reliable manageable service. There's a lot of work in that so it's not like you have open source and all of a sudden you cobble this stuff together and you get open sources service you know. There's a huge difference between a project and a product and that is really really important. Especially if you're in in my role in a company and you inevitably going to have members of your team saying well we'll just we'll just get the free version right and it's like okay. Well who's GONNA PATCH IT? Who who we relying on to provide feature function updates integration etc etc etc. So the notion that people don't care because it's a service. I is true to a certain extent but the person is ultimately responsible ought to care on. Who's behind the scenes? The good thing is all this innovation. That's happening especially in the software like in the infrastructure and clouds fees. It's all user driven innovation. It's all people that are practitioners. That have a problem and they tried to go solve the problem. The creative opens and there is a rap group that rallies around it and you know the dominant design forms and then it take the upstream project and create products. So you mentioned this idea of the difference between a project and a product. How do you evaluate or think about that difference? What tells you something is no longer just a project. It's a fully baked product you as an. It buyer might want to invest in. Well I think when a company stands up and put some service around it anybody can go get the community version of a piece of software and use it. As they see fit the minute it becomes a product is when a company says. We offer a business model around that particular project. It's interesting what happened with the role of it and a lot of companies for the longest time. What IS OUR CORE? Competency was the discussion and we said well. We're really not great at it so we should try to run that at an optimal cost. And you know look for partners that can run it better than we end because we're not in the IT business and back in that time open source was mostly a commodity play. That's how red hat got put on the map was. We were commodity. -tising and product nowadays where every company is all of a sudden a technology company and companies are looking to. It is. We're going to use technology to disrupt our competitors. People are in a job like mine. After sort of retool ourselves having the capability for an one individual team to run a distribution of open source software community version is more tricky than having a trusted adviser partner with you and do side by side and as a buyer. I encourage everybody to inspect pretty heavily. What's behind the scenes there? And how do I know who's handshake when everything goes really

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Samsung will not give up on Bixby

Talking Tech

04:46 min | 4 years ago

Samsung will not give up on Bixby

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Alexa, Siri Google assistant and fix big. Now, I am Jefferson Graham with USA listen talking tech. I am at the consumer electronic show just let the Samsung press conference where they talked over and over again about Bixby and all the devices that Bixby will be in. We are here with the deans of voice computing, coverage bread can sell and Eva much ller from voice spot dot, a I I was pretty surprised Brett about how much they were talking about Bixby they weren't giving up on Bixby whatsoever. And you were surprised that I was surprised. Absolutely. So I just was at the Samsung developer conference in the beginning of November and probably half of the conference was devoted to Bixby. And really what they've stressed is that they are on the same path of what they announced last year is to bring Bixby, and they're a platform to all of their devices by the end of twenty twenty which will. Be five hundred million devices annually that'll have Bixby access. So what we've seen so far is that Bixby is a big deal to them. And they're moving forward. I will say that the developer conference also was a little bit different than last year because we saw Bixby to Dotto which introduced entirely new technology, and that's part of the vivid acquisition that they made in two thousand sixteen whereas the other Bixby that we heard about in the past didn't work. So well was actually a legacy project and expect to be sunsetted this year to very little distribution in. So Samsung with Bixby it's all about the potential of what they can do because they do sell more appliances anyone else. They dominate smart TV's. They are the number one smartphone manufacturer in the world. So they have distribution. They just haven't put it out there yet in a meaningful way they've had a couple of false starts. So the question now is in two thousand nineteen and twenty twenty can they really get their act together. And we'll consumers at that point say, yes, I wanna use Bixby in in that will only happen if they haven't already. Formed habits and preferences around Alexa, and Siri and Google assistant. Ava refrigerators stoves, washing machines, dishwashers TV's, we heard Samsung. It's basically in every product how big of a challenge is is it going to be for Samsung to get consumers thinking about hey Bixby. Do something for me compared to the other voice assistance is going to be difficult because people have already started established habits around Amazon. Alexa, Google assistant. And yes, the idea in theory of having one assistant to do everything for us on it's great. But Samson's real challenge is getting third party, developers and board. I think the only mentioned Uber, and I heart radio as two of the third party. And as a consumer you want some that's gonna do everything. I mean, Alexa has over sixty thousand skills. Google is in over one hundred million hundred Google assistant is available in over a billion devices today. So we're talking about five hundred million devices in twenty two. Twenty annually, and that's a big deal. But right now, people are forming habits people are choosing which voice assistance are using. And it's gonna be a tough habit to break if it gets formed over the next year. So Samsung not giving up on Bixby doubling down. You'll see a lot more Bixby in Samsung products. You heard it here from the Consumer Electronics Show twenty nineteen with bread concil and either much ller from voice spot dot A, B sure to check them out check out their podcast or newsletter their website, they're everything keep on subscribing to talking tech lacrosse on apple podcasts and Stitcher. And thanks everyone. For listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com. Got you covered they developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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Trump threatens General Motors subsidies over plant closures

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

Trump threatens General Motors subsidies over plant closures

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Tom Cruise Alec Baldwin Simon Pegg, Arnett Kristen Bell and DC Comics discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

01:10 min | 4 years ago

Tom Cruise Alec Baldwin Simon Pegg, Arnett Kristen Bell and DC Comics discussed on Glenn Beck

"Movies and animated comic satire When the. Fictional DC comics superhero team finds out that most of their stablemates have already moved to the. Silver screen they try to make their own movie for they're not taken seriously until a real super villain, hatches a. Plot against, the Justice league and only the teen titans can stop him will Arnett Kristen bell nNcholas cage James corden Jimmy Kimmel and. Many more lend their voices also out this weekend is the sixth. Go around for Ethan hunt and mission impossible fallout this time after an IMF mission ends with their target escaping the. Team is on the run, and under, attack from, all, sides, as they try to fix their deadly mistake this by action. Sequel. Stars Tom Cruise Alec Baldwin Simon Pegg and Rebecca Ferguson still in theaters, are hotel, Transylvania three mama Mia here we go again equalizer. To and man and the wasp and unfriendly dark web plus. The incredible too drastic. World fallen kingdom skyscraper sorry. To bother you and Sicario day. Of the salt Dotto and that's your weekend Box. Office preview on iheartradio Iheartradio fantasy. Sports news update in baseball Jon..

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'Jersey Shore' star Deena Cortese is expecting a meatball of her own

Colleen and Bradley

03:21 min | 4 years ago

'Jersey Shore' star Deena Cortese is expecting a meatball of her own

"The dirt on mytalk did you want to tell me some of these is on the august cover of british vogue she looks fantastic by the way and in the accompanying interview oprah is talking politics responding to rumors again about political run saying she could not exist within the current political structure so she's not running for office everyone i thought we'd already done this i thought we'd already done this too but she felt the need to address it again and additionally oprah's talking about the metoo movement oprah says people talk about these are such dark times but what if we shift the paradigm because i see differently oprah noted i see isn't that remarkable remarkable that we're waking up yes oprah it is remarkable that we are waking up i love how oprah has the power to turn things that feel hopeless into full on hope but right now all i can focus on is how donning she looks on the cover isn't it and also the photos on the inside the magazine she was styled by the magazine's editor in chief so check that out oprah looking studying he looks amazing on the cover a august british vogue and she's saying good things yes i'll roseanne barr claims she's fielded several offers since being fired from the roseanne reboot in may on abc she was on the rabbi shmole podcast and she says she feels very excited because she's already been offered a lot of things and she said she almost accepted one really good offer to get back on tv she added i might do it but we'll see one can only imagine i wonder i don't know yeah i i i wonder if that how much of that is true and how much she's bluffing say i'm so popular like heist somebody's gonna stash me up if you don't you are she's leveraging a little bit could be you never know dina from jersey shore has a little hole in the oven dina and her husband chris buckner announced today on instagram the expecting their first child a baby boy at the end of the year and of course dna from jersey shore she was featured on jersey shore family vacation earlier this spring with a second season premiering later this summer she and christopher mary last year i feel like this means because you know they're they're doing a whole family vacation franchise with the old jersey shore people maybe she'll be sitting the next one out i don't know maybe maybe they're the little meatball will be joining them that's a whole different type of family vacation well the meat balls not going to arrive until the end of the year so assuming that they've already filmed the second right family you know television kind of works that way i know i forgot was already who knows paul here's what i do know is that we'll have to tune into jersey shore family vacation later this summer to find out all the exciting news on tv and finally drastic world fallen kingdom made another sixty million dollars when the box office for the second straight weekend the incredible to finish second with forty five point five million dollars and the scarborough sequel day of this whole dotto came in third with nineteen million dollars very predictable also all probably or at least partially thanks to the heat in minnesota this week and the rain exactly that too i forgot about that right.

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'Sicario: Day of the Soldado: Benicio Del Toro and   Josh Brolin, fight drug war again

Pat Thurston

04:38 min | 4 years ago

'Sicario: Day of the Soldado: Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin, fight drug war again

"Good evening i'm pat thurston tim sika is here with me tim sika of movie criticism fame you said i was there with you and i'm actually here with me on the phone with you i lied but you're you're here with me voice wise that's true our voices are melding right as as are you with me hi tim how are you how was your week we missed you yesterday yeah yeah you know the fair was yesterday i have my priorities we're in there don't let to hear you say that it was the marin county fair and a big deal michael frontier was playing and so we had tickets and this is a cool thing yeah those kind of things are nice if you did you take your family you know i bet you they didn't want to go the kids right didn't wanna go i know they love the fair they absolutely adore it was you know michael frontier because they didn't know cores yeah and i'm trying to tell him he's woke you know he's a guy you'd like but yeah right it's mom music so you know mom music yeah yeah yeah well my music i still i'm still for mom music over the kids music oh god i can't stand what my son listens hey you know and and sort of ron related topic jaren told me your producer that he went to see tag and he loved it oh okay wait did we talk about tag you hate it we reviewed it was saying don't and then you said he wanted to see it and then he hasn't just told me he did and he wanted to have start his own his own group oh no okay well we need he needs to be going out there promoting the movie i mean really because we're not i'm not i think i said snark kelly it should have been retitled gag okay okay so i had to refresh myself i just i just searched it because when when i was talking about my son's music and then you said tag you know what i was thinking of graffiti but no this is tag like the game of tag that these adults guys that you know for thirty years played the same game yeah let's get some other movies shower okay i think i have i do have to ask you if you happen to see the tingler oh pat this is honest to god you know when when i told you i was going to the last i remember thinking about it week i've seen so many movies and i've been so busy that i just you know i'm not making i'm not making any excuses for what i might sound like oh my god really i i saw so many movies this week that they're all blurring yeah other and i'm thinking like wait was this the one that had this plot point no that was the other one oh my gosh you know i gotta liking i have it here i have it i had it on my shelf and i am going to watch it and we'll talk about it next week okay good good because i think that it i thought it was one of the scariest movies ever i ever saw but you have to win you watch it you have to think about how old would i am ben maybe no seriously and i didn't mean it when i said i was going to watch it but that was when you brought it up just now it's like oh that was last time i thought about it that's okay i know you'll watch it because you're you're very good at doing your homework i tried to be okay here's one that i've been wondering about because it doesn't look like anything that i would like to see but it's it's getting some publicity sicario day of the soul dotto yes this is a did you see it's a foul excellent sicario which was a really two thousand fifteen yeah that was a drug cartel drama too and this followup brings back both josh brolin and benicio del toro they're both great actors they play these you know one is a principled fbi agent the others an undercover operative and they have to deal with this problem of mexican drug cartels who are smuggling terrorists across the united states border and so as part of their strategy yeah right i'm thinking yeah they actually kidnapped the daughter of drug lord in a kind of fake operation designed to incite this war between these rival drug cartels anyway and.

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