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Families Recount Trauma at Sentencing for School Shooter
"The Colorado school shooter who was eighteen at the time of his crimes has been sentenced for Colorado high school student Devin Erickson is been sentenced to life without parole he was convicted of killing a teenager and injuring eight others at the Denver area stem school highlands ranch in twenty nineteen partnering with another student in an attack on a classroom of high school seniors watching a movie where hand cuffs red white striped prison suit and a blue mask Ericsson displayed virtually no emotion except for blowing his nose into the mask after his sentencing victims and families give emotional testimony on Friday about the lasting trauma from the shooting judge Theresa Michelle Slade told the defendant he had shown no remorse and failed to help a devastated community understand his actions I'm Jennifer king
"ericsson" Discussed on Harvard Classics
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Nokia to cut up to 10,000 jobs to ramp up R&D in 5G race
"Nokia says it will cut up to 10,000 jobs over the next two years as part of a restructuring plan to cut $715 million. The Finnish telecoms equipment maker says those cuts will allow the company to focus on developing its superfast fi G equipment. Company in a race with Ericsson, in what way lost out on a major horizon contract in the U. S in the last year, and it has made inroads into the Chinese market. Nokia says the cuts which are about 11% of its workforce, will affect most of the
The Extent of Tech Regulations With an Expert
"I'm here with juniper networks is bob dunne to talk about oversight regulations in the tech industry. Hello bipolar you. Good connor how are you. I'm doing well tell us a little bit about your history working with government and how it regulates the tech industry web connor i. I moved to virginia with my family about eighteen years ago. I know mentor of mine from nortel said. Can you come down here and help me figure out this federal thing as he put it and i fell in love with the federal market and its customers Since then i was in a bid for awhile. And then i worked exclusively with the intelligence community for nortel which was some of the most rewarding work i've ever i've ever done then. I tried my hand in small business. I went to a company called star which is based out of portland oregon again focused on the army and tactical solutions. Then i went to ericsson federal which was actually sold in in spun off and korea. We created the company called ozias which still exists today. And then i went back to pack star. I was ceo. They are for a little over four years. And now i'm With juniper and very proud to be vp of federal for juniper networks with regards to standards and regulations and how the oversight works with the tech industry. You know you have the usual names. Like the fcc in epa eeoc in other agencies like that but What many may not be familiar with our agencies. Gsa which is a general services administration and nist which is the national institution for standards and technology. Their mission is to enable innovation through standards and measurements. And then on top of that. Of course you have congressional oversight which pays attention to The industry and what tech companies put out whether it's a service Or hardware yeah. I'm a big fan of nist here at sgx. Because i used so much of their documentation to help. Inform my understanding of technology. When i'm writing my articles before we dive into specifics. How is the tech industry regulated Do the industry regulators and various governments. Have a tight grip or things still fairly lax. I guess it depends on which industry. You're talking about so when the part that i'm familiar with an obviously involved in right now as network equipment providers we provide solutions and we are heavily regulated when you look at the social media companies You know it's it's a new world and you've heard about the Congressional meetings and some of the scrutiny twitter and facebook and others are under. And i think they're just trying to figure out now how best to regulate them do you Put a lot of standards in place like we have today through all the certifications we go through the federal government It remains to be seen with the latest Hack that occurred. A lot of people are concerned about cybersecurity as they should be. And i think there's going to be more regulation in that area as well. yeah maybe rightfully so. What are some of the significant government or industry regulations that organizations are still complying with. Well again you know nist is is very important to juniper and we go through the steps internally and then we put forward our solutions to nist and other agencies there's an organization called the gic which is joint interoperability interoperability tests center. We put a lot of our solutions through that process and then are certifications like a fed ramp when you're talking about the cloud phipps. has strong criteria that that Have to be met and other certifications going on down the line. So you think about. Americans with disabilities act which is section five away if to be compliant with that and the list is pretty long but When you select the market that you want to go after and provide secure solutions it's necessary. It's a requirement so that will continue. And i think those companies that comply with the standards and regulations really benefit from the outcomes because it makes their solution stronger. And while there's a lot of company oversight internal oversight. I think having the checks and balances only make the company stronger. That's good to hear. It seems like there's more regulations than just on the tech itself like you mentioned About disabilities and it isn't important to remember that these organizations are just like any other in that they have the workplace regulations on top of the technological regulations Exactly however in general what does regulation of the tech industry look like in the united states. You know what aspects of the technology are most regulated while the first word that comes to mind is security so every aspect of what we delivered to our customers. has different levels of security. There's risk management framework. Put out by diet cap that must be followed and we do I mentioned the There are others that are put in place like nyack. The national information assurance partners And they focus on common criteria and then companies also put in the rigors into their supply chain so supply chain management is critically important because it starts really at the idea of a solution or a product or a service all the way down the chain to implementation at offering so especially with the bad actors that are trying to penetrate networks companies have to Maintain control and put in a security standards that are second to none and if you look at the best technology companies the most successful technology companies security is always top of mind and and i think it will be top of mind for a long time.
Farewell Last DC7
"Canker sixty now which was An aerial a firefighting tanker Is slash was operated by ericsson herro tanker out of medford oregon was retired earlier Sometime this year Tober october twenty eight is when the story was was dated so not not that long ago. for is this is the article says it's the last airworthy operational dc seven in the world. Well it seems implausible but not does to me too. But i don't know I according to this article it is. Yeah so i could buy that. It was the last one flying in the continental united states for example Even north america. But i have a hard time imagining a reliable old aircraft like this. I mean isn't still flying according to according to wikipedia wikipedia. Okay here we go well because this is the ultimate source but that's why that's why preface saying according to wikipedia. Yes there are no dc seven's in operation today. Well okay. that's another all right. It's kind of to another data point. And you bet
Another Mysterious Monolith Suddenly Appears — This Time In Romania
"In utah over the weekend. A mysterious metal monolith appeared a metal monolith so it is a gigantic sort of column but wider than a column made of metal in the utah. Desert okay then then that one disappeared. Let's and a monolith appeared in romania kayla known locally as the holy mountain in romania. That's where the model is now except horror. You told me that it's gone from there now. Romania the one in romania is gone today so utah gone but he made it. Is this thing. Yeah explain to people. What exactly a monolith is okay. So it's like a imagine. Well it's like a pillar it's like a really wide pillar for ericsson. Okay let's date of metal and yeah we don't know who's moving it or if it is just moving by science fiction we're just ignore miles theme jeff just ignored exactly. Momo what does it mean. Monolith utah desert disappears monolith utah in front or a knits liked in front of the holy mountain. And it's like ten feet taller. Something thirteen feet tall feet tall. And it's made it. It's made of metal. And so how long was this. Is somebody watching. It like like when they disappeared where people watching it is there any. Are there drones or cameras. That have seen what happened. Nothing nobody has seen it. Nobody has seen it com or go. Wow because it means to me. And it's definitely the same monolith that was in. Utah was in romania. The same well the same type of model if we don't know if it was the exact same monolith but i'm expecting it will pop up somewhere else
Harry Maguire and Reece James sent off as England lose to Denmark at Wembley
"Harry Maguire managers are get booked twice in the space of half an hour reese James Manages to get sent off after the final whistle and England lose at home to Denmark. Chose Maguire's having a rough time. Do you blame him or do you blame the managers who keep playing him? To start. Button, ready with United Against Peres I thought that was even worse with England on on Wednesday night I mean why is going on? There's a second yellow card he tackles with his left foot right-footed. Like maybe I don't know. But even just defy. Logic of anything and he's just I think he needs a break. I think you need to stop playing for a while. I think just needs to refocus reenergize just just having breakfast just stop do something. To do something bit, don't play with united at the weekend against to. Surly doppler with united. against. Chelsea and Aston, which are the next to. Premier League. I think it could get worse. Okay. But I agree with you on the wire but should we be called? I know we all love Gary Southgate because he's not very nice guy you don't like him. Till you're going to blame him as well for. What Clearly you can see that. Lacks confidence lacks form likes pretty much everything. Much much fitness sharpness everything what you play him was you pay me in the game night. This were already you were not good against bedroom, for example and not. Even McGuire and then you play in a game like this again I i. think you need a break I think everybody can see it and I just hope you get say for his own sake I will say this about southgate because we're seeing the same film that unwound with every single previous in England coach. Everybody jumped on the bandwagon. So great it's love show good whether at the time was competitor happened with hearts and Ericsson and then all of a sudden they turn on him and totally go the other way. Observe Gab look at the last four games, your food not run.
Ericsson drops $1.1 billion on enterprise connectivity provider Cradlepoint
"Giant Erickson is buying cradle point to US company that sells routers and wireless networking at Cisco Systems competitors. The deal is worth more than a billion dollars. Erickson reported stronger than expected business in the summer. Border, helped by demand for its products for five G networks and also its software business ups is
Samsung, Verizon Sign $6.65 Billion 5G Contract
"Samsung Electronics has landed a $6.6 billion deal to provide five G technology to Verizon Communications. The contract was just finalized Friday. It'll run all the way through 2025. It's one of the biggest five G contracts yet for the electronic giants networking gear business, and it could give a boost to Samsung's market share in the wireless industry. Just a swell way struggles with sanctions and with Washington's efforts to get allies around the world to shut it out. Samsung has also been pushing hard to compete with European rivals Nokia and Ericsson.
"ericsson" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"For today's episode that link is in the show notes at Jordan harbinger dot com slash podcast, and now for the conclusion of our episode with Honors Erickson. I think this is important. I want to sort of define this a little bit more clearly for people like me who might not be able to follow some of the complexity. Let's talk about chess. For example, something I know nothing about you can look at a chessboard and you can memorize all of the pieces are. But if you're really really damn good at chess, you don't just memorize where the pieces are. You look at things that you determine the book lines, of force power. And things like that where you know okay, this is the way that these pieces can work on this side of the board and given where the pieces that you have our and more minar. I've got these different options. You're not just memorizing where the pieces are and where they can move. You've got different mental representations of what can be done what's possible what's impossible? What's on the table, and what's not for winning the game or preceding in the game? This intern illustrates a really. Crucial fact about expert performance in general, which is according to your work. There's no such thing as developing general skill. You don't train memory you don't train sports you train your memory for strings of digits that are really long for collections of words for people's faces or whatever it is that you're memorizing not just memory in general, which might explain why people who are really good at remembering really complex things forget their keys all the time or forget people's names exactly I think pointing. Out. Here that it's not like they have a photographic memory where basically they can just repeated use details. In fact, you can actually disprove that it has anything to do with photographic memory because if you just rearranged the location of the pieces so they are now randomly distributed on the board. Now, there's hardly a benefit of being chessmaster. So they really kind of seeing the meaningful relationships between the pieces alphand point to when you reading a sentence, most people are able to reproduce that. Word by word but if you scramble the words, so there's now a random order of the same words. Then people can only reproduce maybe four or five of the words. So being able now to kind of understand the sentence gives you a sort of a mental representation and sometimes you hear people even have an image of what the sentence describes that somehow captures the meaning that then allows you to actually reproduce the words. So it's not that kind of photographic reproduction that is really very local. It's this higher level understanding that somehow. Allows you to reproduce the details does everyone use these mental representations versus something that high performers develop? That's kind of exclusive to them. What we find is that that is something that develops along with the performance. So as you get better, you can kind of see a little bit sort of the consequences say if you're playing tennis, you can actually sort of perceive what's going to happen in the very near future or if you're basketball, the idea here is that you get more skill you're actually able to represent now things and being able. To represent what is actually about to happen as opposed to what you can actually see at the moment when you're looking at it an insurance, there's some really good evidence and this is really where I kinda started. I was interested in studying people thinking. So one way you can actually get up what's going on in the head of a chess player. Just awesome to think you give them a chest position as some to pick the best move, and then you can actually hear the thoughts that they generate on route of actually picking the. Best move and what you find is that the better chess players, they're actually able to kind of explore deeper and they're also more able because of their meaningful analysis to pick the kind of more promising directions where they should focus their analysis of beginning chess player. Maybe they're looking for ways to make your opponent. But basically as you get more skill, you know acquire this ability to maybe think a couple of moves ahead and then with even more skill, you can now basically think maybe fifteen twenty moves ahead. So basically, it seems like. A hallmark of expert performances may be the ability to see patterns or things that would be random or confusing or all over the place to somebody who's not an expert. You can see them in these mental representations they kind of bring order to chaos right as you say in the book in other words expert see the forest when everyone else only sees trees. Exactly. So you actually have overview I. Think we believe that those representations are really critical to be able to perform at a high level, but they're also equally important when. It comes to you trying to keep improving because if you're going to improve something, you actually have to have something that you can change and the more refined representation's are about how you actually ended up deciding what you ended up doing. You will now able to review that and see how you need to chainsaw in order to be avoiding making a mistake that you ended up doing. One thing I thought was great news in the book is that in every area, not just in music, but the relationship between skill and mental representations is. A virtuous cycle. So the more skilled you become the better those mental representations are, and then of course, the better the mental representations are the more effectively you can practice and get better at that skill and that's great news but the problem is it becomes kind of a chicken and egg thing right? Do we develop the mental representations? I her do we develop the skill first and then the representations come after that it's Cetera et Cetera I mean where do we begin? Can we begin to consciously create mental representations that help us become? More effective that's where either the teacher comes in or if you basically.
"ericsson" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"A stimulus for you to do better I think medicine is a great example because we're all probably patients at some point in time, and we would like to have a doctor that basically will diagnose this correctly. So we'll be able to get the best treatment immediately. Now, we know that doctors and some doctors are better than others, but essentially, there is going to be a mistakes and the. Problem is that Dr, when they're doing their best to diagnose somebody to give them treatment and they make a mistake, they won't get feedback on that. So it's very hard for them to actually improve. So we've suggested here that if videotapes patience and then you wait until they actually get their final diagnosis. You cannot give that sort of interview tape to a lot of doctors who will then. Make their diagnosis, and then once they've committed to diagnosis, you can give them immediately the feedback about which one is correct and we argued that that type of libraries of experiences where you can get that immediate feedback learning laboratories that would allow people to develop if there were motivated. So the idea is that if you're GONNA improve in need to find something that you can't do so if. You're just keep doing what you already know how to do. Then it's unclear how you can improve by studying goal that is reachable from the crime level of performance. So you can refine an actually by repetition. Now find ways to approach this task differently. See you can reach that higher level that is kind of the key here to improvement and I think you could find anybody doing almost. Anything that especially, if you have a t shirt looking at that individual, they would be able to help. You know what it is that they should be paying attention to that they may not, and we also tried to emphasize this idea of the mental representation what is actually going on and the head of the person performing because that is kind of a key. So the more that you're. Aware of what you're doing. If you know make a mistake, you're going to be in a much better position here to make adjustments and corrections than if you're just relying our intuition because if you just did something and it turns out to be incorrect what is that? They should be doing differently if you encounter a similar situation in the future. So purposeful practice in a nutshell, it sounds. Like get outside your comfort zone, do it in a focused way have clear goals and a plan for reaching those goals and a way to essentially monitor your progress, and then of course last but not least stay motivated and I would love to talk a little bit about motivation because I feel like that's something we hear about a lot from people who are high performance and low performance. Lazy people or people who seem to be lazy lack motivation but even high performers, entrepreneurs and things like that often can lack motivation at least in the beginning because things are tough. It's linked up here with this idea here that if you really experience every situations as the new situation with new potential challenges, then I think you will enjoy that a whole lot more and would also sensitized you. That you need to be kind of paying attention to, and if the outcome is not the one that you wanted, it will now provide you with sort of an idea here about something that you may be able to workout not by interacting with new and other customers but basically by finding a training environment that allows you to kind of repeat and refine what you're doing. Now, we know about concepts such as neuro plasticity with London cabbies and your study with them with the parts that. Required a lot of memorization things like that. We're actually growing and we also know through MRI with blind people that they use the visual parts of their cortex to adapt to disability. Is it possible then to shape the brain brain your brain whatever in ways that we want to through the training can we actually modify the structure of our brain while I think that all the research that I've seen with experts seems to suggest here that the training that you engage will actually reshape the structure. Of the brain to actually allow you now to develop the control that I think is a key expert performance it's not the ultimate. But it's really the ability here to control your performance that I associate with a high level of performance. Is it safe to say that we can rewire our brains to become more talented according to kind of our non traditional definition? No. Often describes very generalize availabilities. What we find here when we analyze high level performers, if they have developed very specialized abilities that are adapted now to the particular kind of demands and constraints of the task that they're involved in, and that's actually one of the reasons why we would argue that the ID here that in talent really plays a role when you're. Really skilled is really not well supported because we do find that when you start out with domain like music or chess or something like that. Then your performance, an Iq test, it's actually correlated with how well you do in the beginning as we're not looking at people who train an acquiring these tailor-made mechanisms for dealing with the task that they're trying to improve. then. The correlations with these general ability disappears and I think basically the idea of talent it's almost like you have to assume that it's something general because collide is that that being a violinist would be something that urinate programmed for during the hundred thousands of years that humans were engaged hunter gathering activities. Of course, people didn't necessarily evolve to play the guitar really well, right that doesn't make sense. Exactly. That's very hard to believe. Combined with the fact that when you look at people as they get better and better. It seems that now the general abilities are no longer related to the individual differences and their ability to perform. So makes more sense to soon now that any individual differences in the performance among experts, the foul reflecting the structure of the skill that they acquired rather than anything that they actually started out with do we have to maintain the brain gains that we? Get from training and practice you have do something special in order to keep them there or are we then able to get to a certain high level and then go back into autopilot mode? Well, I think unfortunately, there are experts who seem to have reached a high level and then go off on automatic pilot mode and what we see is that those individuals especially. If they don't practice. They will actually get worse and I guess in the book talk a little bit about examples from medicine. So when it comes to diagnose seeing heart sounds in the there's something wrong with a heart when you listen to it, we find actually that the performance of general practitioners gets worse with the number of years since they graduated the positive. Here is that a weekend of actually being trained now? So you listen to heart sounds and get immediate feedback. You can actually get back to the level that you had when you ended your medical training. A lot of these activities require sustained training and activation, and just listening to patients that you basically diagnose without now knowing if you actually are accurate in your assessment. Of the heart sounds you know is basically not any activity year that allows us to maintain your skills a doing this activity and I think it's true. Everyone probably knows here that if you haven't done something for a long time, your ability to do it decreases whether it's speaking a foreign language or playing some kind of sport. So will we find with professionals? Those professionals who able to sustain their high level performance in their sixties. Those are the ones who actually set aside ten fifteen hours a week whether doing nothing but practicing and trying to refine or maybe in some cases still improving their ability. When it comes to music performance, I'd love to hear more about mental representations. This was something that was very new to me. And I'm trying to think of what mine are I just think this concept it's almost like a different language that you speak inside your own brain when you're really really good at something what is fascinating when you talk to experts who are really high performers they actually have a very good memory of what has happened and some of the early worked that established this. In basically show chest positions to people different in skill, and they found that the world class test players after just singing position for five seconds, they were able to reproduce the entire position. Somehow when they saw something, they were able to kind of see the relationship between all the pieces, a such that they would be able to kind of image that in their mind. That kind of general finding we find with soccer players, basketball players, and other competitive athletes that if you were to kind.
"ericsson" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"It's just it's something else and it just happens to be a matter of obsessive practice. So I think the key idea here is when we've looked at these exceptional performances especially when they are done here by young kids in a most people would say, wow, they must have been born with it. If you actually try to describe the deal environment of many of these individuals, you find that they engaged in a lot of sort of guided practice where an adult was actually helping them develop these skills especially. When it comes to music performance, we're simply arguing here that if you look at the amount and the quality of the training that preceded their ability to perform, we don't see any evidence here that basically there's something innate or special about these individuals and one example coming back now to Mos art, you know he was able to perform at a very young age what most people don't recognize this that our father was actually pioneer when it came to training children and thinking ways in which you could actually design training activities for children so they would be able to master a musical instrument. Age, and there is a development that most people I've heard about with the Suzuki method for playing and the Suzuki method is basically based on the assumption here that you know every child learns to speak the language, and if you look at the kind of activities that the child engages in in order to learn how to speak in the native language, you can apply the same methods for them to. Learn how to sing and how to play an instrument. When you look at individuals now have been trained with Sukey method and compare them with what Mozart was able to do it. Young ages. You find that so-called average children actually were able to acquire the same level of ability of playing instruments. If they actually had this early training, this is super interesting because basically were saying not only is a nate. Talent. Not necessarily real. The people used to think no amount of practice would help if you didn't have the right genes and now we're saying look you've got the right genes because you have jeans just to be really careful here as a scientist I would say is reviewing all the evidence I have found no evidence that you have to be born with certain genes to be able to achieve these. Performances now I can't prove that that's the case and that future science will basically uncover something. But if you accept one thing which is high and body size, we know that heightened body size is not something that you can train when it comes to everything else. There is known training methods by which you can actually improve these abilities so that that raises the question here is there enough flexibility and plus. Normal. People that with training they would be able to reach these high levels of performance and again here we have to a sometimes assumed. Some changes can only happen when you're actually training when you're in development. So for example, ballet dancers can turn out their feet more than normal people that seems to be something that you have to actually quiet through training between nine and eleven because as you get older the bones calcified. So then the joints are going to be fixed, you can actually then change that. But when you're young, you know then the bones are not fixed and then actually through training, you can actually make adjustments in the. Joints that will actually them in a make a big difference when you're an adult, they had this makes sense. So what elements of talent than our genetic things like joints maybe neural plasticity and that's all we've seen so far well to be honest here I think when it comes to the height, which is sort of useful in basketball and other sports in to be tall turns out that the reverse is true for artistic gymnastics where being short as really a major advantage in order to be competitive. Now I think when it comes to face all features, you're not really doing anything to modify your face air and I'm kind of excluding plastic surgery. But basically, you know normally nobody's really trying to change their facial structure. But if we're looking at muscles in your arms and legs, everyone knows that training can actually dramatically modify the size and the strength and all search characteristics of the muscles. And our point is that that's true for so many aspects of your body. One example that I think is interesting is if you donate one of your kidneys to somebody who desperately needs a kidney, what's interesting is that the body within the next three weeks after you donate that kidney, the remaining kidney will actually grow about seventy percent in size to kind of absorb you know basically the demand here for activities of the kidneys. So the body is incredibly modifiable in a way that if we understand how we can actually design training that will sort of stimulate the body in certain directions, we can get amazing changes even sort of the biology and physiology of the body. The science in the Brook is exciting especially. Because it seems like anybody can do this. It suggests that we have far more power than we ever really realized to take control of our lives and our performance in the old view was that everybody's born with a certain potential for math and music and sports or even business, and the new view seems to be that the body and brain are adaptable to the point that we now see that there is no such thing as a predefined potential or ability, and this is a game changer because it learning now becomes a way of creating abilities rather than bringing people to the point where they meet some sort of innate potential Ryden. Ideas that I always have told my students about is that many of them go around looking for their innate talent and gifts it's almost you know you sniff around here to kind of find what you're really were innately predestined to succeed. And our view as you're actually creating your own abilities. So by actually making an early decision here about something that you WanNa create, you can actually be on the past here of developing something you can always change something else if that looks more attractive or some opportunity arises. But the idea that you actively have to create yourself is something that I think is a really key new idea that will make a big difference the people. You're listening to the Jordan Harbinger show with our guest unders. Ericsson, we'll be right back. This episode is sponsored in part by ship Jen, and I have been together for seven plus years. So I never thought I'd be able to credibly advertise dating APP but there's a new APP called ship S. H. Ip that we can actually use. It lets US Swipe for friends and family and find them matches and.
The Anni Hindocha Case
"In the light to thousands, life was going well twenty-seven-year-old. Any Indoor INDATA. The engineering graduate had a good job in Stockholm at the headquarters of Multinational Telecommunications Company Ericsson and had recently purchased Tirana potman with some help from her parents. and He's close Knit Hindu family were of Indian heritage and had immigrated to the southern Swedish town of Mariestad before she was born. Although any had moved away. She returned to her family home muffin maintaining a close relationship with her father mother older sister and younger brother. In two, thousand nine and his aunt who was the families expert match Banca introduced her to a young man named Shrayan Johnny. Twenty nine year old sheldon was two years older than any, and it was from the English city of bursts though. Like any, Hey, had Hindu parents and was one of three children with an older brother and a younger sister. Shrayan, had an economics degree from Manchester University and worked for his family successful business running nursing himes throughout England's Westcountry. Although any industry and lived in different countries, they soon struck up a long distance friendship. During a visit to London any went on her first date with when They attended a West end performance of lying king before having dinner at upmarket. Fusion restaurant. Couple had a wonderful time with trae in particularly locking the way. Any made him laugh. Despite the long distance, their relationship blossomed In February two, thousand ten, and he decided to relocate to the United Kingdom a move that would help develop a connection with train. Have Bothe- Vinod and mother Milan gave her their blessing. And he quit her job at Ericsson and on March one she moved in with her cousin in Luton. Town about fifty kilometers north west of London. Shortly after the move any cold her parents to announce that things were going well with her and train and that she had been welcomed by his family. Several. Weeks Light Up v Gnawed into nealon traveled to the UK to make trains parents. That was a whirlwind visit that included often tae a tour of Bristol and Dana at an Indian restaurant. By the end of the evening, everyone agreed that the meeting had gone well. On June Tan Sri until Gani to Paris on a private jet. After giving any a design address and Christian Dior. Shoes Shrayan took her out for dinner at the Ritz Hotel. Instead of desert any was presented with a diamond engagement. Ring Worth Twenty Five. Thousand Pounds. The couple begin planning their wedding. Day initially wanted to get married into by, but after an impromptu visit to India they fell in love with Mumbai and decided to have the wedding there instead. Anne in Sri in planned to have old traditional Hindu ceremonies. But because they wouldn't be legally binding, they would make the marriage official at a UK registry office after their honeymoon. On Thursday October Twenty Eight, two, thousand, ten, the wedding festivities began at Mambas Rene Songs Hotel. Lavish celebrations lasted for three days costing the Hinduja and Diani families around two hundred, thousand pounds altogether. The wedding concluded on Saturday October thirty with a reception held by the Wani's. Photos captured the newlyweds beaming with any dressed in a blue and green. Sorry and in wearing a silver outfit with a scarf that complimented he's broads. After the reception, the couple farewelled their loved ones with Anne, and her family weeping as they said day. Goodbyes. Train had intended for their honeymoon destination to bay a surprise. But before he could tell any that would going, he's not gonNA. Let it slip that he had booked a trip to South Africa.
"And He's close Knit Hindu family were of Indian heritage and had immigrated to the southern Swedish town of Mariestad before she was born. Although any had moved away. She returned to her family home muffin maintaining a close relationship with her father mother older sister and younger brother. In two, thousand nine and his aunt who was the families expert match Banca introduced her to a young man named Shrayan Johnny. Twenty nine year old sheldon was two years older than any, and it was from the English city of bursts though. Like any, Hey, had Hindu parents and was one of three children with an older brother and a younger sister. Shrayan, had an economics degree from Manchester University and worked for his family successful business running nursing himes throughout England's Westcountry. Although any industry and lived in different countries, they soon struck up a long distance friendship. During a visit to London any went on her first date with when They attended a West end performance of lying king before having dinner at upmarket. Fusion restaurant. Couple had a wonderful time with trae in particularly locking the way. Any made him laugh. Despite the long distance, their relationship blossomed In February two, thousand ten, and he decided to relocate to the United Kingdom a move that would help develop a connection with train. Have Bothe- Vinod and mother Milan gave her their blessing. And he quit her job at Ericsson and on March one she moved in with her cousin in Luton. Town about fifty kilometers north west of London. Shortly after the move any cold her parents to announce that things were going well with her and train and that she had been welcomed by his family. Several. Weeks Light Up v Gnawed into nealon traveled to the UK to make trains parents. That was a whirlwind visit that included often tae a tour of Bristol and Dana at an Indian restaurant. By the end of the evening, everyone agreed that the meeting had gone well. On June Tan Sri until Gani to Paris on a private jet. After giving any a design address and Christian Dior. Shoes Shrayan took her out for dinner at the Ritz Hotel. Instead of desert any was presented with a diamond engagement. Ring Worth Twenty Five. Thousand Pounds. The couple begin planning their wedding. Day initially wanted to get married into by, but after an impromptu visit to India they fell in love with Mumbai and decided to have the wedding there instead. Anne in Sri in planned to have old traditional Hindu ceremonies. But because they wouldn't be legally binding, they would make the marriage official at a UK registry office after their honeymoon. On Thursday October Twenty Eight, two, thousand, ten, the wedding festivities began at Mambas Rene Songs Hotel. Lavish celebrations lasted for three days costing the Hinduja and Diani families around two hundred, thousand pounds altogether. The wedding concluded on Saturday October thirty with a reception held by the Wani's. Photos captured the newlyweds beaming with any dressed in a blue and green. Sorry and in wearing a silver outfit with a scarf that complimented he's broads. After the reception, the couple farewelled their loved ones with Anne, and her family weeping as they said day. Goodbyes.
China and the US are battling for control of 5G
"China is really a leader in five G. Right now, they launched. Their network earlier than expected last fall, and they've really been going gangbusters in terms of deployment and racking up subscribers, and they have a big technological advantage, too, because they have some of. The the best technology for five g. that they've been developing with some companies. In House. Yeah, that's that's a real change. From previous generations A to three four G. allow. The stuff was led by Europe, or here in the US four was big leader in four G. L., T., technology There's been a shift curious how the approach to technology differs from between how U. S. and really the the western countries invest in the stuff versus China's doing it and how they're able to kind of. Move or advance so quickly for basically nothing to a leadership position. Yeah, so China really over the last several years. You know this fits into a bigger initiative. From the government to to have some advantages and technology it's part of their strategy to go out and try to develop is much technology in country as they possibly can in so they you know it's part of this push of wanting to get away from being just a a low cost manufacturer of commodity goods and you know. Folks who are just sort of always following technology and just trying to do it cheaper and really being a leader so they see this as a very strategic. Part of their development of their their national policy, and so with that that means that the government is investing a ton of money and is sort of all. N! It's a different structure than the US right so the the. The government has a lot more control to funnel money into sort of get. A more focused approach, whereas in the US, our technology development is really completely done by the private sector and so it's just a different approach, but it has allowed China to rapidly catch up. In a lot of areas like five G. to to the US and other Western. Insane reports the thing we saw report for last week that the White House had considered intervening on five G. whether that's offering tax credits or inducing companies to acquire other companies overseas. That might have intellectual property like network makers like. Eriksson or Nokia, which is funny, because a lot of that stuff actually originated here in the US and then got cobbled up or bought by European countries, so it's it's a weird. Mix or shift in the dynamic things now. Yeah, I mean it's really i. mean that's like a whole nother story that I should probably do. You're giving me another story idea, but to SORTA. Go back historically and look. You're absolutely right. I mean there was a lot of innovation way back. Out of at, and T. and which became Lucent Technologies and we had a lot of companies in the US at one point, who were developing this technology, and then over the years you know through acquisition and business decisions and poor management frankly. We lost it, and so now we are in a situation where none of the core technology for the networking equipment is really developed by an American company. I mean we've got CISCO, but they're not doing A lot of the stuff that while way, end, Ericsson Nortel or I'm sorry, Nokia and Samsung Zamzam exactly so. It, it's you know. I think it does sort of put us at a disadvantage that we didn't really. Maybe fully appreciate. You know ten fifteen years ago when a lot of this consolidation was happening for the US has made some moves to try to preserve ship position to basically attacked the the five G. Innovation. Going on here, look you run through some of steps take. Yeah, and you know it's interesting because it's. It's sort of you know trying to protect the market, but it's also kind of Intertwined with this fear of some security risks which are legitimate, so so basically, what's happening is we've got the US government and a lot of folks in the security world who are saying that they feel that China's dominance is a security risk, and so the US has developed a lot of policies around basically trying to keep out some of the core technology. That's coming out of China and we don't want it in the US networks because there's a fear that there could be backdoors. Put in there and that you know China is an. Authoritarian. Government and Things are done. There than in the US and so there's this fear in that sort of also gets intertwined with this idea of how I guess in a way. How can we slow China down? And so there have been some restrictions? Put on a quick, -ment sold here in the US so there's a ban on. Government purchasing any core equipment for a deployment five G. Gear in the US. There's a movement to try to get. Any Wa wait year that's in some small carriers sort of ripped out and replaced and then there is Some bans on selling intellectual property and technology to while away from American companies that they can use to advance their five G. Technology, so there's a lot going
Senna: The Early Years
"Dan Pass Gas. We're talking about the early years of Ayrton Senna. You know him as the legendary driver famous for winning multiple Formula One championships in nineteen, eighty, eight, nineteen, Ninety and nineteen ninety one he won an incredible forty one gram freeze on seventeen different tracks over the course of nine seasons. You probably also know how the story ends. At the age of thirty four while racing at the nineteen ninety four, San Marino, Grand Prix Senna crash on lap, set on leaving the track and a speed over a hundred eighty miles per hour, slammed into a concrete wall, killing him on impact. The. Final Jenny home two with L.. Tragic death cut a storied career short and much like Kurt Cobain, Heath Ledger or to park. It froze centers, accomplishments, and magnetic personality in amber. Deprived of the slow decline to any great talent at the top of their profession will eventually fall. Victim to these names are instead forever frozen their lawyers, and so they remained. Forever Young. Senator is now a legend. But where do legends begin with an origin story of course? So what senators version of being bitten by a radioactive spider, finding a weird lamp, genie or floating down the Nile in a basket made of Reeds? Well like Spiderman Aladdin or Moses Senna his monogamous, but before Senate was sent off, his last name wasn't even Senna at all. His parents worry that he was uncoordinated and even had him test report. He was born into wealth, but although wealth can definitely give you access to the world of bracing, it can't make fast and Santa wasn't just fast. He was the fastest. So what was the moment Senna truly became Senate to answer that we need to start on March twenty first nineteen sixty the day. When in Sao Paulo Brazil. Ericsson senator silver was born. Welcome to pass gas. That was a long intro. Great Man I'm. I got a little choked up there for a second. I mean this guy is so important and just such. Like I, don't know he's just a legend, and he's just like so important to so many people, and I'm really excited that we're going to die, have really deep into his life, but I mean just. A man just. I got a little teary eyed. When you're talking about the forever, young stuff is yeah I sure. Senna is a like I said an intro. He's a legend. Almost like a mythic figure at this point. Just such a hallowed name so revered in in in motor sports and the car world in general. Just like Oh yeah, you hear senators like he was I mean he was the greatest, but like it's just like an instant assumption of just like. Perfection basically right. Yeah, he's like Michael Jordan. Yeah, no thought given to, and we're going to see why that is because. There's a lot of good reason for that I. Think the moment where it hit where I was like Oh, damn was when? You when I I didn't realize he was thirty four when he died and I'm just about to turn thirty four, and so I'm like. I gotTA. Do. Joe You're the air and of automotive podcasting damage. Out Year Man. Is talking about how I am scared about dying. But what I've noticed is a lot of a lot of pieces that talk about center. Don't really dive into his early life. which is what we're going to do today? And I'm really excited about that. Hopefully will give people some insight into where this dude came from, and I, think yeah without further ado. Let's get into the life. The early life of one Ayrton Senna. Are you guys ready? I'm ready. Ready sale ever be. Ready, legit. You WanNa give. Fired up I think my new my new thing is. Fire Dub! Different words fired up. I could see that on a shirt for sure, but D. U. P. Oh, yeah, fire! Up I get a man. It's great. It's solid. C. memes are better when you explained. A Ayrton Senna Da. Silva was born in nineteen sixty in Sao. Paulo Brazil at the pro Ma tre. I'm going to by the butcher every Brazilian. Names Zillion were. Portuguese Brazilian. I'm going to butcher at all today. Just letting you know. Pro Monterey! Maternity Hospital of Santana a hospital I assumed was named after the legendary guitarist areas. Warn! Ayrton's father Milton Dasilva was a landowner and factory owner, and among other businesses Milton owned an auto parts company, and his knowledge and connections within the industry would become a key entry point for Airton into the world of racing
"ericsson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"White men but none of the Democrats would balloon attacks it's time to make America great again with all nations most beloved legal immigrant doctor shot Steven Gorka thank you show that is most kind them when we when we say we're on the front line of the culture war it's not just the guy sitting in a studio in front of a microphone Eric just inform me Hey one of my you tube videos has just been deleted by YouTube I'll give you one guess which one it was but I said move maybe the interview yesterday with doctor Ericsson whose video with five million views on the corona virus was deleted with no justification because of its transgressing of community guidelines and you choose yes indeed all yesterday interview with Dr Ericsson has been deleted with no justification no demonstration of what transgressing YouTube's community guidelines means I guess talking to medical professional about coronavirus is for Bolton for the fascist controllers at the alphabet company Google but you too well we're going to transcribe the article so you can yeah you can read what he said and we're gonna posted an article because we ha in a culture war somebody who is also on the front lines of that culture was a good friend guest host of the show Mike Lindell a man who was attacked lamb basketball mentioning god the Bible and prayer when he was in the White House he's dedicated seventy five percent of his my pillow factories to make the mosque for first responders please support.
"ericsson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Most beloved legal immigrant doctor shot Steven Gorka thank you show that is most kind of when we when we say we're on the front line of the culture war it's not just the guy sitting in a studio in front of a microphone Eric just inform me Hey one of my future videos has just been deleted by YouTube I'll give you one guess which one it was but I said maybe the interview yesterday with doctor Ericsson whose video with five million views on the corona virus was deleted with no justification because of its transgressing community guidelines and you too yes indeed all yesterday interview with Dr Ericsson has been deleted with no justification no demonstration of what transgressing YouTube's community guidelines means I guess talking to medical professional about corona virus is for Bolton for the fascist controllers at the alphabet company Google but you too well we're going to transcribe the article so you can hear you can read what he said and we're gonna post it as an article because we ha in a culture war somebody who is also on the front lines of that culture was a good friend guest host of the show Mike Lindell a man who was attacked lamb basket for mentioning god the Bible and prayer when he was in the White House he's dedicated seventy five percent of his my pillow factories to make you mas the first responders please support.
"ericsson" Discussed on Conversations with Dez
"Allies are over. I noticed at our normal. For for down downtown Manhattan Jolt Colas. Yes it walk unreal normally cetera. Sticking out so that type of trend is continuing to sort of provide more high value type of insights. that sticks out from day to day. Tap operations to read understand okay. How can we help them? Build the right type of Netra calvary showroom will do what type of device more than they should Beth on in the marketing campaigns on these topics inside. So I think it's more going towards automate all this other basic type. Walberg steps you can. So what made the whatever we can So be taught skills to make sure that you have expertise teams in bright decided to focus on the tricky parts. And that's where I think out of solutions here coming in that we bring them type of insights that they should don't spend the focus on whether Oba's cannot fix it maybe future that's the The town we're seeing that they don't have moral basic stuff or getting automated torture different notes or upgrades and all the basics. Things are getting more. And more automated. Which freeze up time for their no smart guys to really think over ninety one loss on a bulky? I wonder if you could just quickly wrap up for us with regard to the whole topic of partnerships. I know there's a lot of focus on enterprise offerings. And and certainly what comes beyond Mobile Brandon as the final question to? You is wonderful if you could maybe just give us a quick summary uncountable position around partnerships. And what's happening in the enterprise space and we see that going in the next year so if I look at what we do in Ericsson is on the we are working through our our customers and they then sell to to the enterprise our go to market modem however in order for us to understand how anti I think we have a lot of partnership with enterprises and we may be for instance. How you run in mind. How you're on your manufacturing plants and coal industry and so forth to understand okay. How can five technologies help this kind of industries in order to be more productive and how they can automate further they are sort of saying activities and I believe that's important for us because in the past we have been so focused on? Let's say consumers right and the normal using a bunch of they every monster extremely made you know wanted to have this kind of capability in. We need to understand. Exactly what are the requirements from this kind of industries in order for them to more? From instance maybe a wide. Line connection to a wireless connection and I believe that has been very useful for us in order to understand how we are. We this lead to sign our products that we make them very secure in order to really take these kind of critical at tasks and where failure is not an option. And it's been a good exit. Feeds GONNA make citing spices because I imagine you're things like autonomous cars and drawings and other things I imagine the enterprises and out looking at things in such different way that they're coming at you with innovations. We haven't even imagined that as that of George jetsons type era stuff that we thought was never gonNA happen like flying cars and now people seeming. Things can be done for five G. that that we probably didn't imagine and I'm sure that can be the case right. Yeah I also saw that. We need to help pay. The price said be successful to make it easier for them. They don't know Mobile Technology. Really Rights as we need to have different kinds of support systems. That seem to understand what's going on and really guide them what actions to take in case something doesn't work properly right so it's the it's also shift. I believe from an operative perspective moving into this kind of technology. I see it's a to Dork even more with okay. How do we prepare our? That's the infrastructure to deploy cloud native and etta questions. How do we prepare our staff? In order to have more quick turnaround on software upgrades doing more continuous integration continuous deployment though software really here operators also have an exciting journey ahead in order to be really prepared for the five core and indeed my mind moguls and as as you say we could do a whole show on each of these topics too. I know we're coming up the but Fulke and Thomas. Thank you so much for making time available to catch up when they congratulations on some of the amazing innovations that you're cheating now and I'm always breathlessly excited about what's coming at us of the next year or so just out of Ericsson line and and what you're making possible with some of the new and innovative ways that carries an operators can offer services that It's kind of like. I almost got wait for the next year. But I don't WanNa do that because it'll h me quickly but fogy Thomas. Thank you so much for making time to catch me aptly pleasure and I look forward to catching up with you both in person real soon and maybe get you on camera. Thank you very much thank you. Fantasy will have a great day. And we'll chat again soon and folks. Thanks for tuning in. I'm does Blanche. Woody hosts this is conversations with. Dez and we'll see in the show thanks again..
"ericsson" Discussed on Conversations with Dez
"Of an oprah problem that needed maybe expand more capacity It sounds exciting. I and I can see this as being more more critical in so many use cases now I wonder if we could maybe just briefly circle back to the cellular probes and how they relate to and work with the Ericsson expert. Analytic lose their non-legal in fault finding and looking for various issues but they must be collecting data and putting you to that platform as well. Yes no so as I said before we have our own physical probes who have had time there said promise. Clinton different bound south with with different probes in debating with the sort of prototype. Update on something we done. Many Times from from expedited takes have different adapters. I think gail in the packet core. Of course they have been having events based streaming output Saincene more than ten years old. They're now they're built it into softer. I think it's also unlike pre integrated with experts on the KPI's that are needed to catch certified experience or Valid and again. I think it's a mess they've gained for Britain's us at you know instead of buying you know hardware. They can turn on the softer teacher in inside the network. By the way if the won't tell from Eric's pre-integrated this festus over ninety tolbert binding. I can imagine. The transition from hardwood is software. If you've got a new feature or bug fix or one of the Kessler be or a new. Data's Bull Matt or some some record format you can adjust that. Just deploy new update overnight and it's available as post to having sent out tens of thousands of pieces of hardware bulky one of the things that strikes me here is. They must be a huge positive customer. Reaction Tool of some. You've got some groundbreaking Showcasing innovation across the entire portfolio. But when we think about this particular with the analytics to comes from Erickson expert analytics platform and this broad view that it provides I'd love to get a sense of what your customers reactions. Being to this whole thing in general so far not very positive reaction. It said something I believe. Our customers are really exciting to bring into their networks in order to have his building capabilities. Also from imagine yourself. If you have ten thousand hardware units fisk probes out. There is quite a little dog work just to maintain that and keep the working level and built into software. And a little bit more we can do is obviously the better broncos indeed and in fact. I feel like I could do a whole show just on that topic with you and I'm excited for kind of you. Know for the carries an operate who who are whether they're existing customer is not coming to I can imagine that such a Eureka moment an Aha moment when there is fondly up and go oh we we can do this and software and we can get real time analytics it. It must be pretty exciting moment from the kind of realized that Bulla sudden already done lodwick he built the infrastructure built a platform built the everything from the cloud up within the network As well as intelligence in it. Because I think there's a Lotta sunk cost or in the telco infrastructure. That is still trying to get an Iowa. On in many cases I ever potentiate decade decadent. Huff them to now. Just essentially imagined by service. allows him to essentially start afresh in and innovate and compete on par with some of the other players who are a little more agile. It must be the case to some of the longer running brands now. Getting excited saying well. We don't have to go and rebuild everything we can get this from. Ericsson off the shelf whereas a prebuilt thing the one of the things that you mentioned earlier on I guess this This one last question on this whole space. We think about analytics Privacy is a big topic. I'm sure it's a no brainer. Or if he just briefly touch on kind of the challenges that are aboard about with. We've seen this challenge around. Cloud infrastructure would share services with third parties in the enterprise space from putting me Mel. Save or a business intelligence system or crm but when we putting data into a telco environment you've thought through and I'm sure it's a question on people's lips that when you've got this shed software defined infrastructure and shed a sought to find networking capability in the fine g Cold Newark around that. Give us a little insight into kind of the demarcation some of the challenges around data skating privacy with this. Because I'm imagine it's built into your expert analytics platform but just a picture for people's minds as to how the set of demarcations and protections are in place because there's some big challenges from Europe's GDP to America and Australia and an asia-pacific Middle East all looking at this data protection and privacy challenge. What are some of the things that come up? And and and how he addressing similar just around the privacy challenges dot with I think Security process of course a topic. That is really really important. It's been of course important for many years. But they say that the importance is growing. I think gave almost deserves to say separate polls to talk about what the doing insecurity but I think can be done. The sort of the solutions we have in Ericsson where reset of course our provisioning it subscriber. Day Door. We Are you know having a billing solutions where we have subscriber data we of course be softer soda socially complained to sort of GDP type of Louis out there. The world are different in different markets. But so that's one thing to make sure that you know you can't really describe. They want to be deleted. They are is available today. Thanks Dad we have different mechanisms so against scrap. The numbers don't even get the data system we can have it actually get to the the numbers into the system but we take out this sort of a private name. Sue can use it for aggregation they dump but they don't know who this and the to the level where we have a consensus systems. So like I said if the cosmic quasi into the cosmic Karen asks for support and they give consent is Kate at you. Shake the type of things. I have my phone or whatever so we have security and the privacy features built in two two different levels or products and nothing get. What's interesting here because the five the packet core is that it's coming from standard so I think it's getting much more much more secured. I think it's that's another I guess. Value Way with without that this ultra probe Sunday expedited It's embedded It's it's not sitting on any in crypt type of interfaces it's embedded print to get the solution so I think it's important for people to understand that when they are listening to this win. Ericsson's got along proven history and and pedigree in the space oranges protecting data and security. And I mean if you read the latest version the Ericsson Mobility report. I think Correct me if I'm wrong but your on boarding something. In the order of like a million new subscribers to the network per day will wide. And you're only doing that if if you've got this capability biting to deny from day one you've had to build it into before even deployed it. I think it's important for people know that because a lot of carriers may or may not have the relevant cybersecurity and data protection capabilities themselves. Now it's a case of not they don't have to but they didn't have to have the depth that they might have had of that they run. Stanley because they can. They can count on this being available for you. I wonder if we can just Pivot to a slot in more futuristic view. I'd love to sit down. Look at some of the things that are coming up. You've had some massive massive exciting success of the last year or so just around the five G. topic itself in some technology from the cloud platform to oasis symbiosis and of light these new massive leaps and technology and high demand for five. Gee I wonder if we could just look at from twenty twenty onwards next year's just particularly in terms of the five G. core and maybe focused on with you. I wonder if you could outline some exciting launches. We should be expecting around the five G. Core and so forth I the next year or so and and they might mean to the industry as a whole. You don't get maybe coming. I would say six to nine months. I expect that we will see the first Five core standalone networks. Going live We are very actively working with several providers presidents in China and South Korea to make this launches during during this year and we know also there are devices of course coming with it by the course down the loan support as so that's great from an industry longer-term than view it like yes. We are building a fantastic gas solution to continue to provide more and more data for consumers. And it's in my in my view given the work with higher grades than also reduce latency in order to make the gaming experience for instance even better in in addition to that we are giving our customers the service providers in my view really exciting platform. You five core where we have also abilities to extract the an exposed to information from Netra capability in order to have really great slicing optimization. For for instance enterprise customers. We are building our product in a way using the cloud native technologies. We can scale it down very much in order for instance fit into Moreland and deprives the smart manufactoring kind of deployment scenario. And where where I see that reliable network with extremely lowly does ACO can have kinda robots communicating and over the mobile network. Local in an is a bit like I mean like movies almost like I see in front of me more and more automation and excited undeniable so out the main shining in factory so ultimately driving a song and five correspond part of that in order to support a kind of evolution so this is something beyond just adding more data capabilities to consumers things an exciting time to be alive. Thomas I wonder if I can come back to you We've talked a little bit about so the whole integrated solution peace and I'd be very keen to get your thoughts on to the next. You know just not just three twenty twenty and beyond but I imagine there's an industry trend in general we sing now where people don't WanNa build everything themselves they wanna be able to get a pre-built proven solution. You've talked about that. A number of areas particularly around some of the capabilities. Ericsson's expert analytics Where do you see that? The industry is taking us with regard to the demand of Pre-integrated solutions where carries an offer is just want to get on and focusing initially? Don't necessarily have to build anything that they don't have to get like you said our customers. Of course they before. Maybe it was more You know looking into these new toppled machine learning and the big data. I think they have more realized that they need to have the value is very important. And so they really value the pre-integration up down under that they can actually get access to previously inside in the last ten years. There's always been okay. You know re timing sites but normally take this example medium or even big size operate they can have millions and millions of different incidents in the network everyday and of course. How do you prioritize what to fix? If you apply. Smart Algorithms has more machining cases. Here you can. Maybe find a needle in high-sticking Haystack. maybe go down for millions down to ten twenty different PEPO..
Kirkland, Seattle: Washington State Confirms U.S.’s 12th Coronavirus Death
"Toll continues to go up and behind each of the numbers are loved ones family members and heartbreak commas are Johnson talk with one family that lost their father and husband to the virus in nineteen this ripple effect of grief has landed here at this home in Kirkland family was the most important thing in his life she loved music she was passionate about fishing if you love to cook he was a better cook and I am one of the reasons Americans on February twenty first Erickson Aussie who worked as a truck driver for thirty years visited his mother Jamie had life care center of Kirkland there was cruelty in the timing of the next morning we got a call telling us that life care was on lockdown a few days later on Monday of this week he was admitted to evergreen health eleven souls and lived out the final hours of their lives because of coronavirus just after midnight early yesterday morning Ericsson Aussie became number twelve if we had gotten a call one day earlier would it have made a difference no we might still be having this conversation I don't know she was sixty one years old and it's important to understand that Eric was not a well man he had multiple health issues we keep hearing about the people would have died having underlying health problems but we don't hear is what does that mean in Eric's case she had diabetes he had high blood pressure she had chronic atrial fib he had peripheral vascular disease Eric's mother is since been moved to evergreen she can't hear so family camp collar they aren't allowed to visit as a **** family doesn't even know if she knows that her son is gone you know it's selfish but I almost hope she doesn't know the family is broken hearted grieving but they're not angry not at life care center or anyone else home down yes this is horrible yes it's frightening calm down calling for rallies a life care it is helpful not helpful the outbreak continues another family mourns and covert nineteen is ripple effect of grief looks for other places to land
Nokia explores strategic options: Bloomberg News
"Nokia finished the session. Six point one percent higher on Wednesday following reports that the company was exploring strategic options though. Reuter said a source close to the company denied. There was any truth to the rumors. According to Bloomberg the company hired advisors to explore potential asset sale or combination and even speculated about the prospect of merger between Nokia and Ericsson. The report didn't point to any discussions between the companies however noted such a deal would be hard to meet due to various European regulations.
What Really Happened at the Munich Security Conference
"I today. We're going to learn a NE- word Westland snus. It is the idea that the West is somehow absent from the global stage less significant in part because of the rise of China in part because of the rise of DONALD TRUMP IT C- theme of this year's Munich security conference in which Germany's president said. The United States now rejects even the idea of an international community. That's walls intern rejected by the secretary of state. Does anyone believe Mike upon payers denials? David Hudson h-honestly chief Brussels correspondent at politico and was at the security conference joins me now on the line. Dave dimension the The theme being West Listeners. How did this manifest itself at the conference? There was a lot of discussion and there is every year at the Munich security conference about the decline of the West the fretting over where that Western alliance the transatlantic relationship is. But there is something quite different that everybody could feel this year. Which is that the gap between the Europeans and the Americans is so much greater than anyone has seen it in our lifetimes. And that's really what they're talking about is the idea of a unified west which you could include. Even some eastern partners like Japan into but the idea of rule of law and a the NATO alliance and the idea of collective action on the biggest issues facing people all over the world. And that just doesn't exist right when now you add up the three years of Donald Trump's presidency. Us obviously headed to an election. And you look at everything from climate policy to the Iran. Nuclear deal whether it's unsecurity whether it's on the environment anywhere you look there are just these gaps and so the secretary of state. Mike Pompeo you know folks were sitting with their hands in their laps tapping on their phones but not one drop of applause when he declared the West is winning normally. That should bring everybody to their feet. They're all there to represent different aspects of that western thinking and in fact crickets silence. The justice no faith that any of those words mean anything. I mentioned the president of Germany amendment to our frontal steinmeier was very outspoken. When my Pompeo is there is the? Us Senate acted as if an attitude of every man for himself could work a global policy. You Have Emmanuel macron that saying that there was a need to act at a European level to counter this perceived weakening of an alliance with the US but does Europe have the capacity yet to speak with one voice. Well you're obviously has its own disagreements and the chairman of the conference Ish Sugar warned against this. As did remarkably the secretary general of NATO Jens Stoltenberg who rarely rarely ever diverges from his talking points about unity where he warned in. This seemed to be directed at macron not to talk down the capabilities of NATO and talk up the differences among allies but there are clear differences among these allies and of course trump is responsible for a lot of them when you see the US pull out unilaterally in northeast Syria when you see the US in Turkey both NATO members forced to reach some kind of a peace agreement among themselves. You say what's going on here. Those are countries that are supposed to be on the same side. So you're Ab- certainly has differences that it needs to resolve but on big ticket items especially the priority that everyone agrees is facing the entire planet on Climate Change. Europe does in fact speak almost universally with one voice small exceptions about timing and how to get to certain goals but overall the goals are the same trump of course pulls out of that climate accord pulls out of the Iran nuclear deal. He's gone his own way. I sat down with a few callings and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Todd Walters and you hear him speak and you realize that there's an American mindset especially when it comes to the Middle East that no one else. Shares trump pushing for NATO to be more active in the Middle East which goes against the founding treaty of NATO The Washington Treaty which says these are countries at work together in the Euro Atlantic sphere. And I said to the general said this is in your title your Supreme Allied Commander Europe. Is that going to change? We become sec or me to add in the Middle East and there's no clear message. That Defense Secretary Asper was at NATO before coming to the Munich. Security Conference did not give those NATO allies. A sense of what it is that Donald Trump is looking for and again in Munich. The sort of conclusion was okay. Mike Pompeo and Marcus were there speaking to the boss back home telling him. The West is winning when nobody actually sees that David stay with us because also the line is Paul Rogers professor of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford while we were mentioning With David other the reaction to Mike Pompeo's speech the problem. I suppose is that the US Secretary of state goes to me and you can says no no trans. Atlantic alliance is as strong as it ever was but but he's bosses given every impression for four years now that he doesn't care at all about America's strategic partnerships. I think that's really a key issue. It's very much longer allies. David was just saying what has happened. I think is the Europeans for the first two years of the trump administration still tend to think this was an operation in the American political scene over the last year in particular the last couple of months they country is that trump may well get reelected emphatic present. He probably will do even if he isn't They feel as being a change in the American mood. That the change of the psalter political psychology even of the country and that is represented by trump and the many people who support him. So you have that the other thing as far as I can see within the United States so you basically have two things going on at the same time you had the contract trump vision but you have the more length assists vision and that apparently was very well represented a community at Munich. Many people from Congress many of the State Department people even those states is pretty weak present with much more on the traditional side but they basically differ from what is coming out trump. And frankly whether we like it or not. The American the Europeans dude actually listen to trump's tweets and take them very seriously so I think you you have this sort of basic difference and then looming all of that are the differences within Europe. Basically mechanised particularly weak at present. You have Britain opting out so to speak and then of course you have the China situation as well. Whether it's a difference I think between the European and the American views. The trump views that he let me put it that way. David Paul just mentioned China and Mike Pompeo talked again about the the the US's from a growing Increasingly increasingly assertive. China is Europe. Going to be on board with that top priority. I survey the citizens done ahead of this conference. The studio what size should your beyond worthy to be a full on conflict within the US and China on the majority of the citizens who questions that actually Europe should be neutral. You know a lot of this. Debate centered around technology and the Chinese firm alway which the US The trump administration has made clear that it seems as a real risk and trump was quite roundly rebutted on that by Germany by the UK even the UK which of course has to negotiate a trade deal coming up with the United States and one of the message. One message that the Americans were carrying back from the European side was qualify. Has Technology that the West if you WANNA call it? That doesn't have so in that sense. You're not winning. And the question is what alternative. Can you offer either? You let Europe and the United States be left behind on five G. or you work with wallet or you have some alternative now. The alternatives are not easy chatter about. Could there be a state investment. Something's very un-american into Nokia or Ericsson but the point is if there is a technology that China has and everybody else doesn't it's clear the West has fallen a stepper a half step behind in that sense but since you have Paul there who's who's talking about peace studies. There's another gap we saw in Munich. Which has some really big big issues that this conference used to focus on that because of what one former Senator Sam Nunn? I talked to called vivid all these sort of flashes and disagreements in In politics we're forgetting about the vital nuclear non-proliferation the fact that most of the non-proliferation architecture has been falling apart under trump the IMF treaty intermediate range. Nuclear forces. Treaty doesn't exist anymore. The new start treaty is going to expire in February. And what are these powers going to do to protect citizens from what is one of the greatest threats out there? Paul What do you? What do you make of that idea? That a lot of other issues as simply being forgotten at the moment I couldn't agree. More than Davis spot. On the nuclear thing I think is much more important than people generally realizes rather receded but there are two other issues gained one. He mentioned with climate change. This is the Big Issue Weld Wahid for the next two years it actually surpasses everything else and yes. The Europeans are more united on this which I think is very welcome as he said with a few exceptions but the United States takes a very different view as well. Brazil China to some extent endangered in Australia and set me. Russia isn't a weld unity. On this the most important issues. What in the world. The other thing I'd say is that while the kind of world economic model we have at present is delivering a great deal for relatively small number of people you got more and more people pretty well educated on the margins who do not fair sharing in in what they deserve and you're seeing this in the many political disturbances social disturbances seen in cities across the world last six to nine months in the recent past That again just doesn't fig you have these very big issues. Marginalization climate change on the nuclear issue which to not get the attention they deserve and that I think is one of the things where to some extent The whole Munich conference thing which is now being running. What nearly sixty years. Something like that Is Not really fully fit for purpose even though it may be better than the past let me just ask you both briefly before we before we end I read. I read one piece about the miniskirt weekend that said law international orders never last forever a maybe this is just the beginning of the end of the Post Second World War transatlantic order. I mean body. Think some some logic behind that there is some logic behind that and of course if it means the start of anew globalism a willingness to address Commonwealth problems. That would be good but the problem. Is that the men. We don't have that In fact the divisions at great sesame there things are changing and it will depend a Fab it I think on whether trump gets reelected in December but things are changing and one has to accept that we simply don't know whether go but there is a need for much more globalist attitude when David it does seem to all hinge. Doesn't it on what happens in America in November? Well there is a big question of if that old order is falling apart. What is the New Order? That take shape right. The world is smaller than ever people are more interconnected than ever so the great powers don't necessarily need to dictate things but we also saw at Munich. I said it was a lot of navel-gazing but not a lot of introspection. Yeah there was a report in The Washington Post Enter last year that twenty years of American failure in Afghanistan you would think at a security conference where the US is seen as the leader on security and defence issues. Folks would be asking. Hey what the heck happened there? How did you drag us all into this mess? And how do you avoid that going forward into the future and those kinds of tough questions again? The vivid trump was very much fretted about but the vital of how do you avoid getting sucked into twenty years of failed war where neither Afghanistan nor Iraq nor anybody else's better off? You have to wonder. Why weren't those tough questions being asked and who will start to shape that new order to replace the old order? That's falling away David Harrison on and Paul Rogers thank you both very much of your time
Intel and Vivo join Sony and Amazon withdrawals from Mobile World Congress due to coronavirus risk
"Investors appear to be setting aside their worries about the coronavirus impact on the economy for now fit your G. poll will be speaking at Congress today and investors will want to hear what he has to say about the economy in any remarks about the economic impact of the corona virus Intel and media tech have pulled out of the upcoming mobile World Congress in Barcelona they join fellow tech giant Sony LG an Ericsson and skipping the wireless industry's biggest annual showcase because of concerns about the spread of the
Mobile World Congress is in crisis
"World Congress in Barcelona as likely to feel very different this year. I told you last week that. LG had decided added to give the phone focused. Show a mess. Duda coronavirus concerns while the show is not cancelled a lot of companies either planned to reduce their presence or remove themselves from the show entirely three reports from N. gadget right up. Dwindling list of attendees Samsung is said by the site to be scaling back rockets plans to attend with many executives canceling their trips. and that seems kind of fluid unnamed sources cited in the peace say Samsung Still considering its options and could change course again. INVIDIA has pulled out. Ericsson has pulled out. Amazon's gone and Gadget says. The company was going to the late February event to push Amazon web services rather than anything consumer facing. But it's still a big blow when mobile a world. Congress has already lost multiple companies. That same report says away and Z.. T. E. R. still attending despite the outbreak having its roots in China although they've told Chinese stopped isolate themselves and pulled in European workers to cover for employees who can't go just ahead of this recording came word that Intel is out of the show venture beat says. The company expressed the same concerns for physical wellbeing of employees that other companies have expressed. It also said it looks forward to participating in Mobile World Congress again in the future as what companies will do instead at least one plans to take it to youtube and gadget had Sony saying in a press release Monday. It won't be going to Barcelona quoting the release as we place the the utmost importance on the safety and well being of our customers partners media and employees we have taken the difficult decision to withdraw from exhibiting and participating at Mobile World Congress Twenty Twenty in Barcelona Spain then said upholding press conference live at the event and gadget says Sony will host one on its official will experience Youtube Channel. Interestingly Intel is also planning some sort of announcement for the week of Mobile World Congress just won't be at Mobile World Congress according to the venture beat until is still expected to make an announcement about products during the event. But it won't don't have people on the ground at the show as companies consider their attendance and gadget says show organizers put in place screening efforts to reduce the chances of corona virus infections for starters gas from China's who bay province have been disinvited. Who Bay is where? The outbreak began. Attendees who bend the China will have to show that they've been there for two weeks prior to the show they'll also have to go through temperature checks and the test that they haven't been in contact with infected people. According to the report sounds fun
How Coronavirus is affecting MWC 2020
"GSA UPDATE ON CORONA virus. That is the subject line of an email that was sent out to registered attendees for Mobile World Congress in Barcelona which is happening in just a few weeks. Hello everybody and welcome to the pocket now. Weekly podcast hosted by yours truly judge of Gara. What's going on everybody all right? So we're GONNA get a little bit more abundant this particular episode because yes we have to talk about the corona virus which has literally affected so many portions of the world and various various different sectors including tech. Now I'm sure that most of you are aware of the different stories that have come out of Baku Rona virus in general but there were some very interesting stories stories that happened within the last week or so in regards to the different people who are going to be exhibiting at Mobile Congress. Obviously you're listening to the pocket. Weekly podcast so you are probably aware of what NWC is it is literally one of the most important shows throughout every single year where mobile technology is given the centerstage pretty much every company that has a hand in the creation of smartphones tablets wearables infrastructure five G. tend to go to Mobile World Congress and many of their big announcements happened in Barcelona. People like myself in high Rivera and many of the people that you know in the tech world go to the show every every single year and it is generally a very good time. Barcelona is a wonderful city With a lot of character and actually mobile world congress as far as the venue is concerned. The fear of our CELONA is one of the coolest venues when it comes to these shows that we go to every year but this year. It's going to be incredibly difference because with the News Corona virus spreading in China and in certain parts around the world. A lot of people have had to make the executive decisions to either attend or opt out of of 'em. WC without naming names. I know a few people who actually opted out of going. And it's going to be a bummer. Not Seeing them in Barcelona as it is basically a tradition for all all of us tech friends to get together at this show and I know a couple of other publications that have actually been giving their people some early notice that if they don't want to go to Barcelona they can actually say so. And of course this all started when the corona virus first sprouted in the WHO Bay province of China particularly the epicenter. Being a place is called Wuhan that is part of mainland China but because of the level of travel that we have in today's society and today's High-tech Society. Let's say there are people both traveling from so many places around the world that not only would people from that province moved to many other places via air travel and whatnot. They're also many visitors. Who might my end up going to? Who Bay province and they are also part of this huge quarantine or huge tracking of people who might be affected by this corona virus us? And as you're going to hear later from the email that I mentioned at the beginning of this episode Whether or not you have actually stepped foot near or in Wuhan Matters. But let's just talk for a little bit about the impact that the GM A has on the mobile industry. Mobile Congress is like I said one of the biggest shows of of the year it is one of what we call the Big Three Ceus. 'EM WC and EPA in Berlin. You're all aware of CAS which just happened about a month ago. And then Eva In Berlin happens usually every September near the end of the year when some final announcements are happening but at the beginning of the year basically in the first quarter. This is when you set the precedent precedent for the rest of the calendar year at 'EM WC by announcing some really big devices in Barcelona back in the day Samsung used to use. WC The as the jump off point for their galaxy S. line they used to go to 'em WC with the new devices but overtime Samsung decided to hold their own shows. Handy events Of course now we call those unpacked. And those are the shows that Samsung uses in order to announce the new devices but pretty much every other company attends Hans Nwc along with thousands upon thousands of other exhibitors to show off their latest updates to just highlight some of the big names. You have everyone from Xiaomi. A two Vivo and honor to Qualcomm Lenovo Motorola sick imagine how everybody felt when. LG One of the most recognizable names and mobile tag decided to pull out and of M W C completely. There's a certain hall in the fear of the venue for Mobile World Congress where all of the phone manufacturers tend to sort of clump together. And it's there that you can walk from qualcomm and just maybe take a two minute stroll over to Samsung and from Samsung you can take a quick stroll over to lg but now that huge huge portion of that hall LG tends to take. It's just going to be empty. It remains to be seen. What would happen with these particular companies booths and spaces basis now that they're not actually going to be there? But of course there are varying degrees to which companies are actually taking themselves out of the show Z.. T. E. announced that they wouldn't be at the show show but what that actually meant was they. Were not going to do a press conference but they would still have a booth and have representation on the show. Floor Ericson would then follow suit as the next company to to leave Mobile World Congress over concerns of the corona virus. Ericsson a name that you might remember from these Sony Ericsson days of those particular. Let's say dump phones as it was before the smartphone. smartphone era is still a major player in telecommunications and probably the biggest blow to GSI may so far when it comes to 'em WC. Andy's exhibitors was invidia video announcing that they would no longer be attending the show. This one's a big one because according to the verge in video was going to host ten sessions and actually have a place called the a innovation center now I have seen Invidia at a number of different shows and they always talk about the power of their cards and processors especially in terms of ai and and videos AI is starting to pop in so many different places even beyond computing and mobile They actually started talking about autonomous driving and getting into the five G. Game but the market detail here is that nvidia was also a major sponsor of the conference in general and they have partnered with the conference to have a bunch of different sessions every single year. But it's probably the biggest headline mainly because video was one of the major sponsors of 'em. WC Twenty twenty on top of everything that they were supposed to be hosting the fact that they okay and three other companies so far at the recording of this episode have pulled out of mobile world. Congress means that all of the topics they have been part of are no longer going to be in the discussion. There's going to be less. Ai There because of invidia less mobile devices because of LG Z.. T. Not having a major presence anymore and of course on the telecommunication side when it comes to Business Ericsson not being their means that they are out of the conversation during the show as well but that doesn't stop the fact that we you're still going to 'EM WC and WC is still going to happen after all there are still so many companies that will indeed be there and they will feel the conversations even if there's going to be a little bit less of a crowded space ticket for what you will but aside from Z.. T. E.. A lot of the major Chinese companies are still planning on attending and they are going to have have not only press conferences but major major updates to many of their products during the Barcelona show.
"ericsson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Ericsson tackles this New York times story and his website another egregious factual error Rory in The New York Times sixty in nineteen project the first essay in this effort by the times from Nicole Hammond Jones contains an out right for also let me quote from her pace conveniently left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the primary reasons the communists decided that what it by the way you're going to freak when you hear this this is actually ran the in New York times the first essay on this premise that America's real founding coincides the slave trade ready conventionally left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the primary reasons the colonists decided to declare their independence from Britain was because they wanted to protect the institution of slavery by seventeen seventy six Britain had grown deeply conflicted over its role in racism and slavery that had reshape the western hemisphere in London there were growing calls to abolish the slave trade this is a crock of the first order which one is the leading edge the colonists had no desire to separate from the king because they wanted slavery the truth of the founding of America is that there was no way to put the thirteen colonies together without acknowledging the need of the southern states to be able to maintain their slavery positions but every one of the founding fathers wrote of slavery in a condemning critical way the abolitionist movement in London and this is a point that Eric makes here did not take off until after seventeen seventy six we'll get up the name is William Wilberforce and he was the leading proponent of getting rid of slavery in the U. well in in Great Britain movies have been made about the efforts of William Wilberforce spelled exactly like it sounds but his movement to abolish slavery did not take off until after seventeen seventy six and it dragged on well into the eighteen hundreds in fact Massachusetts began considerations on abolishing the slave trade in seventeen sixty seven one year after our founding actually before the founding and voted again in both seventeen seventy one and and and seventeen seventy.
"ericsson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Ericsson tackles this New York times story on his website another egregious factual error Rory in The New York Times sixteen nineteen project the first essay in this effort by the times from Nicole Hammond Jones contains an out right for also let me quote from her pace conveniently left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the primary reasons the communists decided to what it by the way you're going to freak when you hear this this is actually ran the in New York times the first essay on this premise that America's real founding coincides the slave trade ready conventionally left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the primary reasons the colonists decided to declare their independence from Britain was because they wanted to protect the institution of slavery thank seventeen seventy six Britain have grown deeply conflicted over its role in racism and slavery that had reshape the western hemisphere in London there were growing calls to abolish the slave trade this is a crock of the first order the bridge where the leading edge the colonists had no desire to separate from the king because they wanted slavery the truth of the founding of America is that there was no way to put the thirteen colonies together without acknowledging the need of the southern states to be able to maintain their slavery positions but every one of the founding fathers wrote of slavery in a condemning critical way the abolitionist movement in London and this is a point that Eric makes here did not take off until after seventeen seventy six what about the name is William Wilberforce and he was the leading proponent of getting rid of slavery in the U. well in in Great Britain movies have been made about the efforts of William Wilberforce spelled exactly like it sounds but his movement to abolish slavery did not take off until after seventeen seventy six and it dragged on well into the eighteen hundreds in fact Massachusetts began considerations on abolishing the slave trade in seventeen sixty seven one year after our founding actually before the founding and voted again in both seventy seventy one and and and seventeen seventy.
"ericsson" Discussed on WJR 760
"Ericsson tackles this New York times story and his website another egregious factual error Rory in The New York Times sixty in nineteen project the first essay in this effort by the times from Nicole Hammond Jones contains an out right for also let me quote from her pace conveniently left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the primary reasons the columnist decided that what it by the way you're going to freak when you hear this this is actually ran the in New York times the first essay on this premise that America's real founding coincides the slave trade ready conventionally left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the primary reasons the colonists decided to declare their independence from Britain was because they wanted to protect the institution of slavery by seventeen seventy six Britain had grown deeply conflicted over its role in racism and slavery that had reshape the western hemisphere in London there were growing calls to abolish the slave trade this is a crock all of the first order the bridge was the leading edge the colonists had no desire to separate from the king because they wanted slavery the truth of the founding of America is that there was no way to put the thirteen colonies together without acknowledging the need of the southern states to be able to maintain their slavery positions but every one of the founding fathers wrote of slavery in a condemning critical way the abolitionist movement in London and this is a point that Eric makes here did not take off until after seventeen seventy six we'll get up the name is William Wilberforce and he was the leading proponent of getting rid of slavery in the U. well in in Great Britain movies have been made about the efforts of William Wilberforce spelled exactly like it sounds but his movement to abolish slavery did not take off until after seventeen seventy six and it dragged on well into the eighteen hundreds in fact Massachusetts began considerations on abolishing the slave trade in seventeen sixty seven one year after our founding actually before the founding and voted again involved seventeen seventy one and and and.
"ericsson" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"ericsson" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"That the T Rex did a push up in order to get up from the ground. So how did they get up? Once they were lying down will Ericsson suggests looking to birds who get up without the aid of four limbs. And apparently what they do is. They simply took their legs directly underneath their center of gravity, and then push straight up actually, probably sort of the exact same thing. You would do if you tried to stand. Up from the ground without using your arms. You try to gather your legs under you. And then push up. Right. Yeah. Exactly. But also theropod dinosaurs tiny arms like the t Rex would have had the aid of their tails to help gain additional leverage or bracing against the ground. So the way I'm imagining this I could be wrong. But it's the same way you would brace your hands against the ground in front of you. While extending your legs to stand up. Imagine a t Rex maybe being able to brace its tail against the ground behind it while pushing up with its legs, a sort of backwards standing, you know, all of this. I think it goes it's just another reminder that the t Rex one of the most famous dinosaurs. If not the most famous dinosaur, though that the specimen out there and also one that we we know a fair amount about there, a number of of fossils that have been found. And yet there are there's there's so much that we do not know about the T Rex there are things about it that we will. We will never. Unless we get that time machine to go back and start hunting them, or we somehow bring them back to life with drastic park scenario, I propose a pre-emptive ban on dinosaur hunting before we have anytime machines. We've got to get the regulations in place set. Right. We got to think ahead of our technology. All right one that no we're gonna take a quick break..
"ericsson" Discussed on TechFan
"They by the next of the next month. Which you know, is is good because a lot of times companies kinda go, oh, we know contract says we don't guarantee anything, and so you kind of on your they compensating his good. They also suing Ericsson found a million dollars. Obviously big reputational damage and still Sony Ericsson. Or is this a different company? It was this is the. Sony ericsson. Yeah. It's it's different Sunday. It was opponent ship, and they broke apart different much different of the same country. So it is the same company though. Yeah. Yeah. So. Yeah. This we should parenting. I'm saying so yeah. Pretty bashing for them as well. And what I found interesting about it was really how dependent seventy people all their Sally dice nowadays. And how they struggled to cope. When the when the system was out the way, it was reported over here was was of 'unique thoughts from people who struggling overseas kind of silly. But some of them, I think are legitimate. Well, then you said this will pay the ones that sound. You know, sound sound dramatic, for instance, quite few people's from people who signed that had medical problems, and they relied on them. I will find say ring help, and that's a little thing. And so, you know, this this would have been a problem they need help those points. This is a part right here though in the store that you sent from the BBC Tom Merritt of the market research company. I h f market said data was increasingly important to customers with half of UK mobile users, prioritizing internet, connectivity above calls taxed what do you think?.
"ericsson" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Around five hundred dollars. Would you do this? Would you do that side putting people in those predicaments I think have enough of those that I don't. I really don't need to be a a douche. I really try and like like, you know, like Matt Ericsson's in my head when I take not to spas one, I'm close. I'm like, I'm boarding. I'm being a daily news all backup and park the car, right? Even when I'm in a hurry or whatever. Just so I, I really. That'd be a lot of people think because I don't wanna get my my car deemed and I don't look at it the way I just like, no, I just want to give the other person enough space in case they're having a bad day on the way out of work or whatever, but all right. Let me look to YouTube chats who's hanging in here? Hey, can I give a shoutout someone? Yeah, on Instagram. I don't know if you guys have guilty pleasures. Have you ever fallen girls getting hurt Christ coast? No, it's not like really, really bad. It's just kind of like total. On things, but man, Larry, it's like, you know, when they get like on a stripper pole, they tip over that, but it's been cracking me up all week. Just random things like the dude, Megan chick, and he's just drunk and they just do stupid stuff. You should follow that. Mine would be kids getting hurt because it's, but that's that. Does that exists? No, it's just one of those things like if you see in China time, if the kids like run into a wall. Two little kids that we plan won't. Even the little kid will get in that shot. There's some stories, coaching, coaching kits, karate sparring days. It was always fun, Beth man. What's it called? Girls getting hurt, just like, yeah. All right. The fall doing stupid, things we. All right. So here Dan, Danny ochre he's he's our guy, Don Piccolo. Hey, that's Don show Dan for Rancho Santa Margarita.
"ericsson" Discussed on Android Central Podcast
"So you also said you know at the beginning that this is both a phone for gamers and a gaming phone and you know we've seen companies of the years starting all the way back in 2011 with sony ericsson in the experience play a rare wave of full that we will talk about the invidia engage surely while sore but i mean with android era the engage was an interesting experiment and so was the experience rates the earth's play to be honest um and in this year motorola released a ma that allows you to put your z phone or motives he phone in ah of gaining modern actually play these games but razors is clearly moving this needle forward and trying to optimize games to run really well on this hi refresh rates screenwriter's it's not just a here's a really powerful foam and you know you find the titles that work best for you know so the the working are a few titles preloaded um they said i think that they went twenty percent oldest work because the way the code of their off some games that are the i'll coded to stick it fertilised f epi astle's dickins sixty um so that going out brace obviously as a transit gaming they they have the clout to go to publish at the site look we have this great phone maybe maybe and cap your frame rate please um so there's that the other side of the is like yeah we talk about the expiry of play was up what you engage every phone as tried to be a gaming thought is basically failed very quickly so the idea is okay tickets at.
"ericsson" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"With he was like his best girlfriend and my friend who is running the hotel he's gay so we go and we order all this room service resort during the start having fun the guy's name is rate for and he's on the jed in a car he show i don't know if it was like on hated sir was happening right at that time but was on nbc's and jim across the best friend in the show was heather page can't make a headed to bro anyway during the dinner he tells me that he came out pro chicago with his girlfriend and i ericsson and she was like an executive assist enter but secretary or whatever should know aspirations to be an actor us and he would coming home from trying to get acting job or do whatever every day shoes watching core tv watching them the net as brothers trial him take anything about everybody was watching intel a one day the phone missouri any picked it up and they said well you please accepted call from prisoner x y bubble blah you know hey get from the present yeah i meant many deep like now i haven't had a prisoner call me but i had up so so so he's like was it and it was i think it was air lionel yes it was the line l that she was talking to intimately and and a lot i was like hey.