35 Burst results for "First Trillion"

Robert Netzly, Founder and CEO of Inspire Investing, Describes the Corporate Impact of Faith-Based Investments

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:39 min | 1 d ago

Robert Netzly, Founder and CEO of Inspire Investing, Describes the Corporate Impact of Faith-Based Investments

"Tool Robert, you have to be excited about this. I mean, this seems to me like a great discovery. I mean, the idea that tons of people feel powerless, but then suddenly you're saying to them, no, we're going to help you to make sure that all the money that you have invested is used for God's purposes for what is right and true. It's hard for me to see this as anything other than a really big deal. Right. And it's actually $22.1 trillion Eric that is investments that are in retirement accounts alone because there's the numbers we have from the IRS. They're controlled by protestants, evangelicals and Catholics in this nation. $22.1 trillion over the last count. That's ridiculously a lot of money. And almost none of it is advocating for biblical values with the companies that they own. And to your point, it's easy to feel powerless, like these big Megan national corporations doing all these heinous things and what can we do? Maybe we just don't shop somewhere sometimes. But what we found, again, by God's grace, we've had some pretty outsized influence with companies, such as Costco that stopped donating money to gay pride parades because of our engagement with them. Chevron stopped donating the money to Planned Parenthood because of our shareholder engagements with them. Evergreen list of companies that we engage with as investors and say, hey, you know, we call up their investor relations department introduce ourselves where faith based investors we care about biblical values, we see that you're doing XYZ. We'd rather you not do that. Just stick to your business, please. And more often than not, they're very

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Kamala Harris Is Stuck on Spending $1.9T to Clean Lead Pipes

Mark Levin

02:18 min | 1 d ago

Kamala Harris Is Stuck on Spending $1.9T to Clean Lead Pipes

"Gower had these initiatives failed because Democrats weren't united let alone Republicans Was that an error as you look back on this year Well when I look back on this year I think about things like the bipartisan infrastructure law Administrations both Democrat and Republican have tried for years But doesn't that show we're doing willing to help the initiatives Don't you know who I am Shut up Let me finish I'm Kamala har Harris the vice president of the United States Just cut it out You know that's what she wants to say You know that's what she desperately wants to say She who can not keep staff Now I had tried for years to do what the American people want and what the American people know is not an issue that should be thought of through a political lens Things like upgrading our roads and bridges things like cleaning out the lead pipes of America because over 50 of the percentage of that bill actually went towards cleaning lead pipes Checks and roads and tunnels are what percentage Large percentage why do the usual left right crap Go ahead Children under the age of 6 are exposed to lead Folks how many more trillions of dollars are we going to spend on fighting lead pipes Where does all this money go We spent year after year money trillions billions zillion over and over Who's in charge of this stuff You're in a private sector Fix the lead pipes and I built all right They fix okay it's done It's never done They make the same arguments over and over and over again And young people aren't reading Well why don't you have teachers in the classroom or incompetent Maybe that would help Same thing over and over again Bridges and roads and roads and bridges Well that's worth 1.9 trillion The problem is 1.9 trillion didn't go towards bridges and roads

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Kamala Harris Is Stuck on Spending $1.9T to Clean Lead Pipes

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 1 d ago

Kamala Harris Is Stuck on Spending $1.9T to Clean Lead Pipes

"Let me finish I'm Kamala har Harris the vice president of the United States Just cut it out You know that's what she wants to say You know that's what she desperately wants to say She who can not keep staff Now I had tried for years to do what the American people want and what the American people know is not an issue that should be thought of through a political lens Things like upgrading our roads and bridges things like cleaning out the lead pipes of America because over 50 of the percentage of that bill actually went towards cleaning lead pipes Checks and roads and tunnels are what percentage Large percentage why do the usual left right crap Go ahead Children under the age of 6 are exposed to lead Folks how many more trillions of dollars are we going to spend on fighting lead pipes Where does all this money go We spent year after year money trillions billions zillion over and over Who's in charge of this stuff You're in a private sector Fix the lead pipes and I built all right They fix okay it's done It's never done They make the same arguments over and over and over again And young people aren't reading Well why don't you have teachers in the classroom or incompetent Maybe that would help Same

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Iran and Other Enemies Are Watching the Biden Admin's Vulnerabilities

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:13 min | Last week

Iran and Other Enemies Are Watching the Biden Admin's Vulnerabilities

"I think Iran and all of our enemies are watching Ukraine right now and are drawing lessons about the infirmities of the Biden administration in response to the Ukraine attack. Do you believe that our enemies around the world are watching right now? What we do, Vis-à-vis Ukraine's vulnerability. They're absolutely watching. Just as they watched our ignominious surrender and botched withdrawal in Afghanistan. And then in some cases, in the case of the Chinese Communist Party, explicitly used it as a propaganda weapon in order to weaken the resolve of some of our allies and cause them to question America's willingness to fight and alongside them and defend their interests as well as our own interests. So absolutely they're watching. And as it pertains to Iran, something to watch, it really concerns me, if you follow the Iranian press, there's been some gloating coming out of the regime right now, which suggests to me that there may be an interim agreement half resuscitation of the JCPOA that we can expect soon, which would be an absolute disaster. Another tranche of trillions of billions of dollars in sequestered funds. And Wendy Sherman's going to blame Donald Trump for that.

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With its agenda stuck, WH puts focus back on infrastructure

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

With its agenda stuck, WH puts focus back on infrastructure

"With with his his agenda agenda stalled stalled president president Biden Biden is is trying trying to to put put the the focus focus back back on on its its success success it's it's been been a a rough rough stretch stretch for for the the White White House House with with setbacks setbacks on on his his voting voting rights rights agenda agenda and and a a loss loss in in the the Supreme Supreme Court Court on on a a big big business business vaccine vaccine mandate mandate there's there's a a lot lot of of talk talk about about disappoints disappoints the the things things we we haven't haven't gotten gotten done done so so after after a a hard hard week week the the president's president's looking looking back back two two months months to to something something that that did did get get done done the the server server from from Norma's Norma's consequence consequence to to the the country country highlighting highlighting progress progress on on implementing implementing the the trillion trillion dollar dollar infrastructure infrastructure package package he he signed signed in in November November he's he's announced announced a a five five year year program program to to repair repair and and upgrade upgrade roughly roughly fifteen fifteen thousand thousand bridges bridges nationwide nationwide which which the the president president says says will will create create jobs jobs improve improve the the lives lives they they had had to to make make a a tangible tangible difference difference we're we're sending sending a a message message to to those those communities communities and and the the people people call call them them home home you you matter matter Sager Sager made made Ghani Ghani Washington Washington

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Inflation Continues to Rise, Even With Altered CPI

Mark Levin

01:45 min | Last week

Inflation Continues to Rise, Even With Altered CPI

"Inflation is rising the highest since 1982 Do you youngsters out there I want to remind you Ronald Reagan came into office Following Jimmy Carter Jimmy Carter created a horrific inflation situation Horrific We hadn't seen anything since Lyndon Johnson And Richard Nixon created a horrific inflation situation And it all results from massive government spending not tax cuts and the massive government spending You see the government can never take in enough money to cover it spending I don't care if you confiscate all the money from every rich person in the world It's not enough Try and trillions and trillions more And I've entitlement programs promises way into the future The consumer price index and inflation gauge that measures costs across dozens of items rose 7% in December from a year earlier The fastest pace since June 1982 Now just so you know the bureaucrats have tried to change the CPI So that it doesn't show the real cost of inflation but even having done that They can't hide it Now they say that was in line with economists estimates and stock market futures rose after the release Excluding food and energy so called core CPI was up 5.5% on the year the biggest growth since February 1991 Now why would you exclude food and energy

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Why Stephen Moore Felt Compelled to Write 'Govzilla'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:18 min | Last week

Why Stephen Moore Felt Compelled to Write 'Govzilla'

"Let's end on this. Give us a little tease. Everybody needs to get it, but tell us a little bit about why you wrote Zilla and what people will find in it. Because I am really concerned that our kids, I want this book in schools. You know, and you can read it. It can be Reddit two nights. I want our children to understand what is happening to our country, that every child born today. Any child today born less than 5 years old. By the time they reach 30, they're going to have a $300,000 share of the national debt. Is that the legacy we want to leave to our kids, is that the American Dream is that you leave every generation better off when we're doing right now is fiscal child abuse. It's outrageous, passing on these trillions and trillions of dollars of Bill. It's like we're powering at their expense. And so I want people to be aware of what's happening and we've got to turn it around. And I'm optimistic we will do that. But I guarantee you the schools aren't teaching anything that we've been talking about for the last 45 minutes. They don't teach any of this. They teach America is a terrible country. We're racist. We killed all the Indians. We're probably responsible on all the problems in Africa. We're colonias. And we are the greatest country in the world. We're not perfect people, but everyone wants to come here because we are a land of opportunity and we're a land of freedom.

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 US posted smallest monthly deficit in 2 years in December

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

US posted smallest monthly deficit in 2 years in December

"The the federal federal budget budget deficit deficit last last month month shrank shrank to to its its smallest smallest amount amount in in two two years years I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at the the numbers numbers the the treasury treasury department department reports reports a a December December deficit deficit of of twenty twenty one one point point three three billion billion dollars dollars rebounding rebounding economy economy has has helped helped boost boost tax tax receipts receipts while while government government spending spending has has slowed slowed some some code code relief relief programs programs ended ended it's it's the the smallest smallest monthly monthly deficit deficit since since December December twenty twenty nineteen nineteen before before the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic when when it it came came in in at at thirteen thirteen billion billion in in just just a a fraction fraction of of the the one one hundred hundred and and forty forty three three point point six six billion billion dollar dollar deficit deficit in in December December of of twenty twenty twenty twenty at at that that time time the the government government was was spending spending trillions trillions to to keep keep the the economy economy from from falling falling into into an an even even deeper deeper covert covert funk funk Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington the the federal federal budget budget deficit deficit last last month month shrank shrank to to its its smallest smallest amount amount in in two two years years I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at the the numbers numbers the the treasury treasury department department reports reports a a December December deficit deficit of of twenty twenty one one point point three three billion billion dollars dollars rebounding rebounding economy economy has has helped helped boost boost tax tax receipts receipts while while government government spending spending has has slowed slowed some some code code relief relief programs programs ended ended it's it's

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Someone Must Be Held Accountable for America's Coronavirus Deaths

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | Last week

Someone Must Be Held Accountable for America's Coronavirus Deaths

"Nothing is to be preferred before justice. Socrates famously said, which, in some ways, was ironic a man who was wrongly killed because he was trying to educate the youth about justice. A crime has been committed. A crime against humanity over 850,900 thousand people have died. Because of the Chinese Fauci coronavirus, not to mention the multi $1 trillion wealth transfer and the complete changing of our civilization as we know it. And someone or some group or some people must be held accountable for that. And that person who has been the architect the designer behind all of this is on Capitol Hill today. Now Anthony Fauci did a very poor job ending the virus, but he did a great job starting it because he was the one behind the gain of function research. And bob shell knew documents from project veritas run by my friend James O'Keefe show that there was a pitch that was done to darpa, which is an organization run by the Department of Defense to fund potential projects. It was called project defuse. Done by the eco health alliance by doctor Peter Daszak. We've talked about dasik before. This was all about trying to fund gain of function research in Mainland China. It mentions Yunnan China and it says that bat SARS CoV-2 viruses exist that can infect human cells, produce SARS like illness and humanized mice, and are not affected by monoclonal or vaccine treatment. Peter Daszak continued by saying this is back in 2018, new bombshell documents. Bat SARS CoV-2 host jump into the human populations is frequent. These viruses therefore are clear and present danger to U.S. defense forces in the region and global health security. So here was a little bit of a pitch. Basically, Peter Daszak was saying, hey, if you don't give my company $14.2 million to go to China or go somewhere to develop this gain of function research, then China might use this sort of virus against

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You Are Living Through a MASSIVE Coverup

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | Last week

You Are Living Through a MASSIVE Coverup

"You are living through something extraordinary right now. You're living through something historic and it's important sometimes when you live through these moments to take pause and to ponder and reflect on everything that you're living through. You're living through one of the most consequential coverups in the history of humanity. You're living through a crime scene cover up. We know the last year and a half has been one of the great crimes against humanity. The crime of the century to manufacture a virus to release it on a public that we our own government were involved in our taxpayer dollars were involved in at the Wuhan institute of virology, locked down the civilization, prevent early treatments, masked the population have a multi $1 trillion wealth transfer to the richest and wealthiest people in society where the muscular class had to continue to work for less pay and see their currency deteriorate by nearly 30% of purchasing power over the last year and a half. But what is new in that entire equation is how the people in charge are rapidly trying to cover up what they did. And they're trying to cover it up in a new strategy. The people that run the CDC, the people that run NIH Fauci, the people that run, the pharmaceutical companies, the media, you are seeing a full court press. If you look carefully enough of a pack of criminals that are trying to get away with

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The New Lies From Team Biden

The Trish Regan Show

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

The New Lies From Team Biden

"Like the little boy who cried woof, although in a very different way. Hello everyone, welcome to the Trish region show. I am Tricia. It's good to be back. By the way, good to be back here with you in studio and I come back to well more lies. More lies from Joe Biden and team. They want you to think right now. The Joe Manchin is about to go along with this $1.7 trillion spending plan, build back better. Only. You know, the problem with spinning that narrative and telling everybody that, oh, Joe Manchin is now on board and he's now discussing this blah blah blah is that you've got Joe Manchin himself. Who knows whether or not he's in talks with the Democrats about more spending and guess what? He told reporters, he told reporters on Tuesday, that's not the case. You know what? I'm not in discussions. There are no discussions going on. So why is it that the administration is trying to tell us that they're there talking to Joe? Manchin that is, and then, you know, it's all gonna work out. I mean, this is almost half a logical. How much they've been lying to us about Joe Manchin, by the way, all along. They said he was going to vote for it that it was basically a done deal. It was happening. And yet it turns out that wasn't the case at all. Joe Manchin did write an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal. He did tweet out that it wasn't happening, and then finally it wasn't until the 11th hour, he goes on a TV show on Sunday and says, no, I'm not going for this. Not now, not ever. And yet what do they do? The following week, they're back at it. They're back at it spinning the exact same narrative. It's like they think if they just repeat this repeat this enough to themselves, that somehow it'll make it all happen. It'll make it all better. They'll get that build back better. You know what? I predict they're not gonna get this. They're not gonna get this because at least someone in Washington D.C. two of them actually I give Kirsten sinema a lot of credit for this as well. Have some backbone. And that's what's needed right now. Actual backbone, the ability to say, you know what guys, this

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More record highs for S&P 500, Dow on first day of 2022

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

More record highs for S&P 500, Dow on first day of 2022

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting more more record record highs highs on on Wall Wall Street Street to to start start the the twenty twenty twenty twenty two two trading trading year year the the first first day day of of trading trading of of twenty twenty twenty twenty two two on on Wall Wall Street Street so so more more record record highs highs for for the the S. S. and and P. P. five five hundred hundred and and the the Dow Dow Jones Jones industrial industrial average average the the S. S. and and P. P. rose rose six six tenths tenths of of one one percent percent gaining gaining thirty thirty point point three three eight eight points points to to close close at at four four thousand thousand seven seven ninety ninety six six fifty fifty six six the the Dow Dow rose rose seven seven tenths tenths of of one one percent percent gaining gaining two two hundred hundred forty forty six six point point seven seven six six points points to to close close at at thirty thirty six six thousand thousand five five eighty eighty five five oh oh six six the the nasdaq nasdaq rose rose just just under under one one hundred hundred eighty eighty eight eight points points to to fifteen fifteen thousand thousand eight eight thirty thirty two two apple apple rose rose two two point point five five percent percent in in closed closed just just shy shy of of becoming becoming the the first first company company to to hit hit a a market market capitalization capitalization of of three three trillion trillion dollars dollars the the solid solid start start follows follows a a banner banner year year for for Wall Wall Street Street in in twenty twenty twenty twenty one one the the S. S. and and P. P. five five hundred hundred gained gained twenty twenty six six point point nine nine percent percent last last year year posting posting seventy seventy record record highs highs hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Dr. Hugh Ross: Life Was Only Possible Here at This Time

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last month

Dr. Hugh Ross: Life Was Only Possible Here at This Time

"But about the concept of life in general What leads you to believe in the book if I just want the audience to hear this in layman's terms that life was only possible here at this time when it was initiated on earth If you could explain it yes well a lot of people think given the vastness of the universe there's got to be multiple locations where life can exist But you actually need the universe to be precisely the mass that it is the size that it is and the age that it is to get life on one planet I do agree that there's about a trillion trillion planets in the universe in order to have life in the universe you need a vast universe make it slightly smaller in terms of its mass The only elements you get are hydrogen and helium make it slightly more massive all the elements are heavier than magnesium And in both cases you get a universe where there is no carbon no oxygen no nitrogen and no possibility for life And then it has to be exactly the right size if it expands too quickly from the cosmic creation event All you get is to spur gas that have expanded too slowly all the mass collapses into black holes and neutron stars to get the galaxies the stars and the planets that make life possible You have to exquisitely fine tune the dark energy of the universe the dark matter The ordinary matter the size of the universe and the age of the universe and that's just 5 of about 200 specific features of the universe that must be fine tuned And then in terms of what you need to get life I mean again there's a trillion trillion stars a trillion tree and planets but we're orbiting the only star that has the characteristics that permissive then like to exist

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Democrats Are Furious as Senator Joe Manchin Threatens to Sink Biden's Big Bill

The Larry Elder Show

01:44 min | Last month

Democrats Are Furious as Senator Joe Manchin Threatens to Sink Biden's Big Bill

"Over the failure of Joe Manchin to go along with so called build back better I mean, some of the things they're saying about this man. Bernie Sanders says he doesn't have quote the guts to stand up to powerful special interests, close quote. Remember Bernie Sanders is a self described socialist. Ayanna Presley, one quarter of the squad. Said he is obstructing the president's agenda. He is obstructing the people's agenda. He's never negotiated in good faith. Congressman Bill Lloyd doggett, he is a Democrat from Texas. Quote, the Grinch just stole Christmas for many, and don't expect any last minute Dr. Seuss happy ending. After 6 months of talking and talking, Joe Manchin finally made it unequivocal on Fox News, of course. He's with the Republicans. Again, I appreciate the fact that some independence and sane Democrats listen to my show. Again, according to the congressional budget office, that Joe Biden once called the gold standard. The bill would add nearly $3 trillion to deficits over ten years. It would cost close to 5 trillion dollars. T is in tyrannosaurus. And it never, ever, ever occurs to them that may be just maybe the Republicans? Might be onto something. That if we pass this

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Sen. Joe Manchin Says No to $2 Trillion 'Build Back Better' Bill: 'I Can’t Vote for It'

The Larry Elder Show

01:04 min | Last month

Sen. Joe Manchin Says No to $2 Trillion 'Build Back Better' Bill: 'I Can’t Vote for It'

"Vote for the so called Bill Beck better Bill. I'm an explain it to the people in West Virginia. I can't vote for it. And I can not vote to continue with this piece of legislation. I just can't. I've tried everything humanly possible. I can't get there. You're done. This is a no. This is a no. On this legislation, I have tried everything I know to do. And the president has worked diligently. He's been wonderful to work with. He knows I've had concerns and the problems I've had. And of course, the Democrats and the media by medium talking about CNN, MSNBC haw, that I watched that you don't have to, their hair on fire. Oh my God. It's cataclysmic. I told you before. They're going to pass something. It won't have all this hair on it, but they'll pass something. Now, does it ever occur to people on the left? And I know some of you on the left are listening to my program because you think I'm fair and I am fair. Does it ever occur to

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Sen. Joe Manchin Is Concerned Over Inflation With 'Build Back Better' Bill

Mark Levin

00:57 sec | Last month

Sen. Joe Manchin Is Concerned Over Inflation With 'Build Back Better' Bill

"According to statements from senator Joe Manchin he has significant concerns about the bill further driving and inflationary spiral which respected economists identified as a likely outcome if it were to pass Of no the congressional budget offices state of the plan would have $3 trillion to the federal debt over the next ten years Senator Manchin understands that inflation is the cruelest tax And the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce has said that businesses in the state are being crushed by inflation And that yes this would add to inflation No doubt about it The inflation that you and I are dealing with but everybody's dealing with the west virginians are dealing with too So the point being what a lost art for somebody to stand up and say I'm going to do what's best for my state I'm going to do what's best for my people that elected me and sent me to Washington What a lost art that is

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Senator Joe Manchin Threatens to Sink Signature Biden Bill

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:56 sec | Last month

Senator Joe Manchin Threatens to Sink Signature Biden Bill

"This weekend, I think it was a surprise for Democrats and for the president when they heard senator mansion go through the three reasons why he couldn't vote for this bill. I still have these concerns and where I'm at right now, the inflation that I was concerned about, it's not transitory. It's real. It's harming every West Virginia. It's making almost difficult for them to continue to go to their jobs, the cost of gasoline, the cost of groceries. The cost of utility bills, all of these things are hitting in every aspect of their life. And you start looking and then you have the debt that we're carrying at $29 trillion. You have also the geopolitical unrest that we have. You have the COVID. The COVID variant, and that is wreaking havoc again, people are concerned. I've been with my family. I know everyone's concerned. I've always said this, Brett. If I can't go home and explain it to the people of West Virginia, I can't vote for it.

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Sen. Joe Manchin says no to $2T bill: 'I can't vote for it'

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Sen. Joe Manchin says no to $2T bill: 'I can't vote for it'

"Democratic democratic senator senator Joe Joe Manchin Manchin says says he he cannot cannot vote vote for for his his party's party's two two trillion trillion dollar dollar spending spending bill bill the the White White House House accuses accuses him him of of breaking breaking commitments commitments Manchin's Manchin's opposition opposition puts puts it it all all on on hold hold indefinitely indefinitely seemingly seemingly dealing dealing a a fatal fatal blow blow to to president president Biden's Biden's domestic domestic initiative initiative heading heading into into an an election election year year when when Democrats Democrats now now hold hold on on Congress Congress was was already already in in peril peril I I can can not not vote vote to to continue continue with with this this piece piece of of legislation legislation I I just just can't can't I've I've tried tried everything everything humanly humanly possible possible I I can't can't get get there there the the White White House House because because his his opposition opposition sudden sudden and and inexplicable inexplicable the the West West Virginia Virginia senator senator cites cites a a multitude multitude of of factors factors inflation inflation debt debt covert covert variants variants this this is is a a mammoth mammoth piece piece of of legislation legislation and and I I had had my my reservations reservations from from the the beginning beginning mansion mansion made made his his comments comments on on fox fox news news Sunday Sunday I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"As such that wouldn't get featured editorials illicit below other APPs using apple's recommend recommendation algorithm populous in an abso rankings we'll be automatically updated. You know you get the idea yes. I know that many developers would then completed. This solution is unfair because of all the value in the APP store but then doesn't that prove the apples point that the APP store offers value commensurate with the thirty percent revenue share I love good email with commensurate as a as a site dwayne. I think it's an interesting argument I I don't think there is a easy answer for Apple. Here we google does allow the side loading and they're still getting sued by epic for delisting them from the Google play store now, admittedly under a different rationale and stuff like that. But. I don't think that holy solves the problem you know I I know. John Gruber over on his blog has been kind of breaking this down and and kind of looking at the the from developer standpoint some of the economics of the whole APP store kerfuffle that's currently going on He is a smart man is. So if you want to check that out, you can always go over there and check that. But thanks to percent in that email. Good stuff. That's a great email i. just want to say again how great the thinking is here and actually kind of agree with what he's saying I kind of wish they would do what he says it's a great idea well done. Another. Thing. That's well done is this shout out to our patrons at our master and grandmaster levels, including Philip Shane. Paul, Reese, and high-tech. Last thing of course Scott that we need to do is say thank you to you Scott. You're an amazing Co host on this. Journey. Across the daily Tech News I knew it would be but we're still at our destination and I I I treasure the journey that we went on together where can people find more of your great stuff if they're so inclined while there's a few things going on one of them as we're about to launch this hot new season starting with episode of Kirke Geek, which you'll find over frog. Dot.

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"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"As such that wouldn't get featured editorials below other APPS, using apple's recommend recommendation algorithm populous in an abso rankings we'll be automatically updated. You know you get the idea yes I know that many developers would then completed. This solution is unfair because of all the value in the APP store but then doesn't that prove the apples point that the APP store offers value commensurate with the thirty percent revenue share I love good email with commensurate as as a site dwayne. I I think it's an interesting argument I. I don't think there is a easy answer for apple here we google does allow the side loading and they're still getting sued by epic for delisting them from the Google play store now, admittedly under a different rationale and stuff like that. But I don't think that holy solves the problem You know I I know. John Gruber over on his blog has been kind of breaking this down and and kind of looking at the the from developer standpoint some of the economics of the whole APP store kerfuffle that's currently going on he is a smart man is so if you want to check that out, you can always go over there and check that but thanks to percent in that email. Good stuff. That's a great email I just want to say again how great the thinking is here and actually kind of agree with what he's saying I kind of wish they would do what he says it's a great idea well done. Another thing that's well done is this shout out to our patrons at our master and grandmaster levels including Philip Shane Paul Reese and high-tech. The last thing of course Scott that we need to do is say thank you to you Scott you're an amazing Co host on this. Journey across the daily Tech News I knew it would be but we're still at our destination and I I I treasure the journey that we went on together where can people find more of your great stuff if they're so inclined while there's a few things going on one of them as we're about to launch this hot new season starting with episode of Kirke Geek, which you'll find over frog. Dot.

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"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"TCL. Rather TLC is a both channel and a way to think about life tender loving care but TCL opted not to renew its licence to keep producing blackberry branded phones leaving it unclear if. More, handsets with the prominent brand would ever be produced well, the Austin based on word mobility. Yeah. That's right on would onward be mobile announced it would it'd recent agreement with the blackberry and F I H Mobile Ltd create a five G. Blackberry brand device with a physical keyboard like the old days armored mobility plans to target the phone strictly at businesses and enterprise professionals with a specific focus on privacy and security on mobility plans to release the phone in Europe and North America sometime in the first half of next year. So you'RE GONNA run out and get one of these dude y'all set the Business to the next level with your physical keyboard blackberry device. Well, I am set to become an oil and gas executive Scott. So we'll definitely need a secure handset able but like that's the that's the interesting thing to me is like you know onward mobility, we can I mean it's an amazing name first of all, like congrats Austin Onward Mobility but you know there there's someone no one is ever heard of, but there are a ton of companies like that that make these super specific you know totally locked down devices for oil and gas executives government officials you know anyone. That has like highly secure needs that need to also have mobile hardware here a lot of companies out there that can do this and having that blackberry brand, which has a lot of equity in the business standard has a lot of goodwill. Somehow I think maybe I don't know maybe I'm speaking out of turn in that business market I. Think this could be still work as a very niche play I mean clearly that's why tcl isn't making it. They're making their own branded phones at this point is they they see their own brand having more a cachet with consumers at this point? But. I'm intrigued to see what they will do probably not something that will you know we're not gonNA see the verge reviewing the latest blackberry phone or anything like that but you know good to see the brand and If you need that physical keyboard. There's still a blackberry waiting for you all the way on always look at this is just like look at a company like IBM when personal computers took off..

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Daily Tech News Show

04:17 min | 1 year ago

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"These were kind of the springboards for people to explore more kind of business coating applications way back in the day, and so you know I think Paul Point was instead of programmer sneering at these are kind of saying, Oh, you never really can do anything to complex with them is to look at these go okay this is a this I think calling them low code maybe as a mistake or no code the code is not the point the point is to be able. To. Get value out of data and that's I think essentially what a lot of these are focused at I. Think maybe it's a semantics thing that is causing maybe some of the confusion or ill-will perhaps yeah to me it's just like art or you know filmmaking or anything else. The tools are made for more and more people use them, and that's with code earlier this year TLC Steve Rather TLC is a both channel and a way to think about life tender loving care, but TCL, not to renew its licence to keep producing blackberry branded phones leaving it unclear if more. Handsets with the prominent brand would ever be produced well, the Austin based on word mobility. Yeah. That's right on would onward be mobile announced it would it'd recent agreement with the blackberry and F I H Mobile Ltd create a five G. Blackberry brand device with a physical keyboard like the old days armored mobility plans to target the phone strictly at businesses and enterprise professionals with a specific focus on privacy and security on mobility plans to release the phone in Europe and north. America sometime in the first half of next year. So you'RE GONNA run out and get one of these dude y'all set the Business to the next level with your physical keyboard blackberry device. Well, I am set to become an oil and gas executive. Scott. So we'll definitely need a secure handset. Do that. But like that's the that's the interesting thing to me is like you know onward mobility, we can I mean it's an amazing name first of all like Congrats Austin based Onward Mobility but you know there there's someone no one is ever heard of, but there are a ton of companies like that that make these super specific. You know totally locked down devices for oil and gas executives government officials You know anyone that has like highly secure needs that need to also have mobile hardware here. A lot of companies out there that can do this and having that blackberry brand, which has a lot of equity in the business still has a lot of goodwill somehow. I think maybe I don't know maybe I'm speaking out of turn in that business market I think this could be still work as a very niche play. I mean clearly that's why tcl isn't making it. They're making their own branded phones at this point is they they see their own brand having more a cachet with consumers at this point?.

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Daily Tech News Show

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"The tools are made for more and more people use them, and that's with code earlier this year TLC Steve Rather TLC is a both channel and a way to think about life tender loving care, but TCL. To renew its licence to keep producing blackberry branded phones, leaving it unclear if more handsets with the prominent brand would ever be produced well, the Austin based on word mobility. Yeah. That's right on would onward be mobile announced it would it'd recent agreement with the blackberry and F I H Mobile Ltd create a five G. Blackberry brand device with a physical keyboard like the old days armored mobility plans to target the phone strictly at businesses and enterprise professionals with a specific focus on privacy and security on mobility plans to release the phone in Europe and North America, sometime in the first half of next year. So you'RE GONNA run out and get one of these dude y'all set the. Business to the next level with your physical keyboard blackberry device. Well, I am set to become an oil and gas executive Scott. So we'll definitely need a secure handset. But like that's the that's the interesting thing to me is like you know onward mobility, we can I mean it's an amazing name first of all like congrats Austin based on mobility but you know there there's someone no one is ever heard of, but there are a ton of companies like that that make these super specific you know totally locked down devices for oil and gas executives government officials You know anyone that has like highly secure needs that need to also have mobile hardware here A. Lot Of companies out there that can do this and having that blackberry brand, which has a lot of equity in the business standard has a lot of goodwill somehow I. think Maybe I don't know maybe I'm speaking out of turn in that business market I. Think this could be still work as a very niche play I mean clearly that's why tcl isn't making it. They're making their own branded phones at this point is they they see their own brand having more a cachet with consumers at this point?.

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Daily Tech News Show

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Comes to selecting your Netflix's contact man you what rich have all kinds of questions about this and whether it will work for me. Mainly I have an account that I use, and this is my own Fox I never set up a second one but I have one account where I used for my own viewing pleasure whatever all want to see in that same account. When I watch these horrible movies I watch on shelled film sack and that's it was all about taking bad. Sometimes. New Movies at controversial. Sometimes, they're good. But whatever it's a huge mix that really messes without or them it has to, and so I don't know what they're gonNa try to feed me like they're gonNA say. Amid finishing episode I duNNo. Some old TV show in it's GONNA. Say Maybe you WANNA watch killer clowns from outer space or you know where's it GonNa take me that's the big question. How much control will I have on that Is it just purely random words anything in the system? Can I do parental controls and say look I don't want anything that's. Of PG rating for for kids to see or in my case, I may not want to see you know I don't know Hart of Dixie again because I hate that show my wife loves it I can't stand it. So don't put that much shuffled. So I, lots of questions about how they're going to integrate this in theory though if they really know me and know what I like. Why? Not? Especially, if I'm just doing some kind of background watching the other concern is this though let's say I'm just watching away and I'm doing it kind of in the background and it's been fine watching cheers or something, and then I'm working away and then beep it changes over to a show that I know I wanna sit focus and been John. I can't do that right now. So what am I supposed to do I just hit skip do I like There's a lot of details we don't know, but I'm very curious about inaction..

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Daily Tech News Show

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"What rich have all kinds of questions about this and whether it will work for me mainly, I have an account that I use and this is my own Fox. I never set up a second one but I have one account where I used for my own viewing pleasure whatever all want to see in that same account. When I watch these horrible movies I watch on shelled film sack and that's it was all about taking bad old sometimes new movies at controversial. Sometimes they're good. But whatever it's a huge mix that really messes without or them it has to, and so I don't know what they're gonNa try to feed me like they're gonNA say. Amid finishing episode I duNNo. Some old TV show in it's GONNA. Say Maybe you WANNA watch killer clowns from outer space or you know where's it GonNa take me? That's the big question. How much control will I have on that Is it just purely random words anything in the system? Can I do parental controls and say look I don't want anything that's outside of PG. Rating for for kids to see or in my case I may not want to see you know I. Don't Know Hart of Dixie again because I hate that show my wife loves it I, can't stand it. So don't put that much shuffled. So I lots of questions about how they're going to integrate this in theory though if they really know me and know what I like. Why? Not? Especially if I'm just doing some kind of background watching the other concern is this though let's say I'm just watching away and I'm doing it kind of in the background and it's been fine watching cheers or something, and then I'm working away and then beep it changes over to a show that I know I wanna sit focus and been John? I can't do that right now. So what am I supposed to do I just hit skip do I like There's a lot of details we don't know but I'm very curious about inaction..

Dixie John
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Daily Tech News Show

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"What rich have all kinds of questions about this and whether it will work for me. Mainly, I have an account that I use, and this is my own Fox I never set up a second one, but I have one account where I used for my own viewing pleasure whatever all want to see in that same account. When I watch these horrible movies I watch on shelled film sack and that's it was all about taking bad. Sometimes new movies at controversial. Sometimes they're good but whatever it's a huge mix that really messes without or them it has to and so I don't know what they're gonNa try to feed me like they're gonNA say Amid finishing episode I, don't know some old TV show in. It's GonNa. Say Maybe you WANNA watch killer clowns from outer space or you know where's it GonNa take me that's the big question. How much control will I have on that Is it just purely random words anything in the system can I do parental controls and say look I don't want anything that's. Of PG rating for for kids to see or in my case, I may not want to see you know I don't know Hart of Dixie again because I hate that show my wife loves it I can't stand it. So don't put that much shuffled. So I have lots of questions about how they're going to integrate this in theory though if they really know me and know what I like. Yeah why not? Especially, if I'm just doing some kind of background watching the other concern is this though let's say I'm just watching away and I'm doing it kind of in the background and it's been fine watching cheers or something, and then I'm working away and then beep it changes over to a show that I know I wanna sit focus and been John. I can't do that right now. So what am I supposed to do I just hit skip do I like? There's a lot of details we don't know, but I'm very curious about inaction..

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Daily Tech News Show

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Using their services, and they've kept drawing those services. So I guess I'm not that surprised by any of this I'm just more a more surprised how how wrong we were about jobs. Jobs dying and Tim Rice taken over. An interesting moment that as they're having the spotlight kind of show with epoch spotify, all these other companies kind of question, their APP store policies right is there to see you know the top the two billion dollar mark. Yeah. For the record I meant him Cook Not Tim Rice all right. Moving on Zoom announced its videoconferencing appleby available on the Amazon. ECHO show ads the one with screen folks facebook portal and Google Nest Hub Max later, this year that sounds like a lot of. Competing things well, you might be right and that's what we're going to talk about Zuma rise I on facebook portal, which will arrive in September with a dedicated zoom. APP. In addition to other video conferencing APPs announced today from blue jeans, gotomeeting and Webex. Some of the usual suspects their portable devices will also now support logging in to facebook At excuse me to facebook workplace account Google will automatically pull in zoom meeting from Google calendar allow users to join calls with a voice command. ECHO show devices will get a similar integration allowing for devices with linked calendars to joined by voice without entering in any meeting ID's or passwords pretty interesting. Yeah and you know there's I think there's two big components to the Scott The first one though is just the sheer. Market presence that zoom has in this video conferencing space. You know those are three companies that don't usually want to get along on anything. They certainly don't get along on any you know cross platform video conferencing yet they're all opening themselves up to kind of better integrate with what is seemingly become a defacto standard in. Zoom. I. Mean certainly speaks to the power of zoom in the marketplace. Yeah. Like I didn't I don't know about you but I thought the zoom is love affair were having with zoom. I, know some people are still annoyed at it are worried about security issues but aside from that, it's become like the term Kleenex band-aid. More and more often as a way of saying, we need to have a meeting. Now they're saying we need to zoom or we need to have a zoom meeting as annoying as that may be for some of us to hear that usually speaks to the ubiquity of product and it means that they have made serious inroads during this time. So I'm not surprised by all of that. What surprises me is the likes of facebook and Google or anyone else willing to play ball like this it must be formidable enough for them to go. Well, we need to keep fighting this and trying to force. People down our systems or we can be a little more open and have our systems but also there's two and I'm actually surprised..

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Daily Tech News Show

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Market presence that zoom has in this video conferencing space. You know those are three companies that don't usually want to get along on anything. They certainly don't get along on any you know cross platform video conferencing yet they're all opening themselves up to of better integrate with what is seemingly become a defacto standard in Zoom I mean certainly speaks to the power of zoom in the marketplace. Yeah. Like I didn't I don't know about you but I thought the zoom is love affair were having with zoom I know some people are still annoyed at it are worried about security issues but aside from that, it's become like the term Kleenex or band-aid. More and more often as a way of saying, we need to have a meeting. Now they're saying we need to zoom or we need to have a zoom meeting as annoying as that may be for some of us to hear that usually speaks to the ubiquity of product and it means that they have made serious inroads during this time. So I'm not surprised by all of that. What surprises me is the likes of facebook and Google or anyone else willing to play ball like this it must be formidable enough for them to go. Well, we need to keep fighting this and trying to force. People down our systems or we can be a little more open and have our systems. But also there's two and I'm actually surprised. This isn't a story about facebook trying to figure out a way to by zoom or even Google for that matter because it does seem like the kind of company, they might just want to throw a bunch of cash in cash at a remove them from the guy from the competition with the the other element that I think is really important. Here is the pivot that facebook is quietly making. It's kind of hidden in this announcement. Now, all these companies that are blog post. About this, but you know face has been on the market for a couple of years the the the Weird Ads Dad's helping make pasta or something like that, and that's cool tech you know does the crop in the video to follow you along and and some interesting stuff but this is a huge pivot for them to say, okay maybe that consumer market is not taking off, let's bring in you know blue needs. Is owned by Verizon it's an enterprise power or.

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Daily Tech News Show

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Using their services and they've kept drawing those services. So I guess I'm not that surprised by any of this. I'm just more a more surprised how how wrong we were about jobs. Jobs dying and Tim Rice taken over. An interesting moment that as they're having the spotlight kind of show with epoch spotify, all these other companies kind of question, their APP store policies right is there to see you know the top the two billion dollar mark. Yeah. For the record I meant Tim Cook not, Tim Rice moving on Zoom announced its videoconferencing appleby available on the Amazon. ECHO show ads the one with screen folks facebook portal and Google. Nest. Hub Max. Later, this year that sounds like a lot of competing. Things well, you might be right and that's what we're going to talk about Zuma rise I on facebook portal, which will arrive in September with a dedicated zoom APP in addition to other video conferencing APPs announced today from blue jeans, gotomeeting and Webex. Some of the usual suspects their portable devices will also now support logging in to facebook At excuse me to facebook workplace account Google will automatically pull in zoom meeting from Google calendar allow users to join calls with a voice command. ECHO show devices will get a similar integration allowing for devices with linked calendars to joined by voice without entering in any meeting ID's or passwords pretty interesting. Yeah and you know there's I think there's two big components to the Scott The first one though is just the sheer. Market presence that zoom has in this video conferencing space. You know those are three companies that don't usually want to get along on anything. They certainly don't get along on any you know cross platform video conferencing yet they're all opening themselves up to of better integrate with what is seemingly become a defacto standard in Zoom. I mean certainly speaks to the power of zoom in the marketplace. Yeah. Like I didn't I don't know about you but I thought the zoom. Is Love affair were having with zoom. I know some people are still annoyed at it are worried about security issues but aside from that, it's become like the term Kleenex band-aid people use it more and more often as a way of saying, we need to have a meeting. Now they're saying we need to zoom or we need to have a zoom meeting as annoying as that may be for some of us to hear that usually speaks to the ubiquity of. Product and it means that they have made serious inroads during this time. So I'm not surprised by all of that. What surprises me is the likes of facebook and Google or anyone else willing to play ball like this it must be formidable enough for them to go. Well, we need to keep fighting this and trying to force people down our systems or we can be a little more open and have our systems but also there's two and I'm actually surprised this. Isn't a story about facebook trying to figure out a way to by zoom or even Google for that matter because it does seem like the kind of company, they might just want to throw a bunch of cash in cash at a remove them from the guy from the competition with the the other element that I think is really important..

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Daily Tech News Show

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"If you're looking for jobs, cards will show new job listings, the match previous searches and receipt cards or excuse me and receipt cards were updated show related receipts to recent searches as well as surfacing thumbnail images at I. Believe That's recipes Scott. Let's see receipt seats although receive card sounds like it'd be very cool. Oh, I got a really good spaghetti receipt you should say. Another News Lawrence livermore National Laboratory integrated a wafer scale engine chip from the company Sarah Systems into its Lon supercomputer. This chip is composed of one point, two trillion transistors and uses an entire twelve inch silicon wafer. Usually those are up to make a bunch of little chips for comparison recent amdi epic chips have thirty, two, billion transistors. So slightly smaller ships will be used to accelerate research at the lab wafers. Lucid Motors announced that its upcoming Lucid Air Electric Sedan will support fast charging that can add twenty miles or of range per minute of charging. That's pretty good. The air uses a nine hundred volt charger with a peak charging rate of over three hundred kilowatts. Loses pardoning with electrify America to bring out these chargers to some of the companies two thousand charter network Emily's combined charging system standard chargers. Of you who use these already know what the heck those are lucid also said, it's developing a bi directional home charger for the vehicle which allow owners to use the vehicle to power their home. It's interesting concept an insecurity new security researchers at Garda core labs announced the discovery of what they believed to be previously undiscovered botnets dubbed Fritz Frog the button it uses proprietary code to infect SSh servers within memory payloads then gathers multiple infected servers into a peer to peer network. The researchers I spotted the button January and believe it's infected over five hundred servers including US and European universities and a railroad company. All right. Let's talk a little bit more though about the big story that you know we talked about a chip with one point, two billion transistors. But if those were dollars that'd be pocket change for Apple, you know what? They say the first trillion, it's the hardest in August two, thousand eighteen apple became the first US company to reach one trillion dollar market cap apple stock recently climbed now to four, hundred, sixty, seven dollars and seventy seven cents setting its market cap at two billion dollars based on the number of outstanding shares at that price. That's basically what market cap is. Apple is not the first company hit this a target with the oil company Saudi. ARMCO reaching trillion in December twenty nineteen. Compared to other tech giants, you may be asking well Microsoft is at one point six, trillion dollar market Cap Amazon one point six to one point six, five, two, ch..

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Daily Tech News Show

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"As well as surfacing thumbnail images at I. Believe That's recipes. Scott let's see receipt seats although receive card sounds like it'd be very cool. Oh, I got a really good spaghetti receipt you should say. Another News Lawrence livermore National Laboratory integrated a wafer scale engine chip from the company Sarah Systems into its Lon supercomputer. This chip is composed of one point, two trillion transistors and uses an entire twelve inch silicon wafer. Usually those are up to make a bunch of little chips for comparison recent. Amdi. EPIC. Have thirty two, billion transistors slightly smaller ships will be used to accelerate research at the lab wafers. Lucid Motors announced that its upcoming Lucid Air Electric Sedan will support fast charging that can add twenty miles or of range per minute of charging. That's pretty good. The air uses a nine hundred volt charger with a peak charging rate of over three hundred kilowatts. Loses pardoning with electrify America to bring out these chargers to some of the companies two thousand charter network Emily's combined charging system standard chargers. Of you who use these already know what the heck those are lucid also said, it's developing a bi directional home charger for the vehicle which allow owners to use the vehicle to power their home. It's interesting concept an insecurity new security researchers at Garda core labs announced the discovery of what they believed to be previously undiscovered botnets dubbed Fritz Frog the button it uses proprietary code to infect SSh servers with in memory payloads. Then gathers multiple infected servers into a peer to peer network. The researchers I spotted the button January and believe it's infected over five hundred servers, including US and European universities and a railroad company. All right. Let's talk a little bit more though about the big story that you know we talked about a chip with one point, two billion transistors. But if those were dollars that'd be pocket change for Apple, you know what? They say the first trillion, it's the hardest in August two thousand eighteen apple became the first US company to reach one trillion dollar market cap apple stock recently climbed now to four, hundred, sixty, seven dollars and seventy seven cents setting its market cap at two billion dollars based on the number of outstanding shares at that price. That's basically what market cap is. Apple is not the first company hit this a target with the oil company Saudi. ARMCO reaching trillion in December, twenty. Nineteen. Compared to other tech giants you may be asking well, Microsoft is at one point six, trillion, dollar market Cap Amazon one point six to one point six, five, two, ch..

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Daily Tech News Show

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Receipts to recent searches as well as surfacing thumbnail images at I believe that's recipes. Scott let's see receipt seats although receive card sounds like it'd be very cool. Oh, I got a really good spaghetti receipt you should say. Another News Lawrence livermore National Laboratory integrated a wafer scale engine chip from the company Sarah. Systems into its Lon supercomputer. This chip is composed of one point, two trillion transistors and uses an entire twelve inch silicon wafer. Usually those are up to make a bunch of little chips for comparison recent amdi epic. Have Thirty, two, billion transistors slightly smaller ships will be used to accelerate research at the lab wafers. Lucid Motors announced that its upcoming Lucid Air Electric Sedan will support fast charging can add twenty miles or of range per minute of charging. That's pretty good. The air uses a nine hundred volt charger with a peak charging rate of over three hundred kilowatts. Loses. Pardoning with electrify America to bring out these chargers to some of the companies two thousand charter network. Emily's combined charging system standard chargers. Of you who use these already know what the heck those are lucid also said, it's developing a bi directional home charger for the vehicle which allow owners to use the vehicle to power their home. It's interesting concept an insecurity new security researchers at Garda core labs announced the discovery of what they believed to be previously undiscovered botnets dubbed Fritz Frog. The button it uses proprietary code to infect. SSh servers with in memory payloads then gathers multiple infected servers into a peer to peer network. The researchers I spotted the button January and believe it's infected over five hundred servers, including US and European universities and a railroad company. All right. Let's talk a little bit more though about the big story that you know we talked about a chip with one point, two billion transistors. But if those were dollars that'd be pocket change for Apple, you know what? They say the first trillion it's the hardest in August two, thousand, eighteen apple became the first US company to reach one trillion dollar market cap apple stock recently climbed now to four, hundred, sixty, seven dollars and seventy seven cents setting its market cap at two billion dollars based on the number of outstanding shares at that price. That's basically what market cap is. Apple is not the first company hit this a target with the oil company Saudi. ARMCO reaching trillion in December twenty. Nineteen. Compared to other tech giants, you may be asking well Microsoft is at one point six, trillion dollar market. Cap Amazon one point six to one point six, five, two, ch..

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Daily Tech News Show

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Existing bank accounts and cards into a single card and digital wallet. Samsung paycard uses the fin tech startup curve on the back end and gets access to features of the platform including its go back in time feature, which lets users move transactions from one payment source to another retroactively. INSTAGRAM began rolling out the ability to generate qr codes that linked to a profile. Globally, the peach was originally released in Japan last year, the QR codes can be skinned by any supporting third party camera. APP and will eventually replace the previously used name tag system. Gula data that's information that will surface on activity cards in its mobile APP. Shopping cards will now show similar products that users searched for as well as relevant review of the product or reviews. If you're looking for jobs, cards will show new job listings, the match previous searches and receipt cards or excuse me and receipt cards were updated show related receipts to recent searches as well as surfacing thumbnail images at believe that's recipes Scott. Let's see receipt seats although receive card sounds like it'd be very cool. Oh, I got a really good spaghetti receipt you should say. Another News Lawrence livermore National Laboratory integrated a wafer scale engine chip from the company Sarah Systems into its Lon supercomputer. This chip is composed of one point two trillion transistors and uses an entire twelve inch silicon wafer. Usually, those are up to make a bunch of little chips for comparison recent amdi epic. Have thirty two billion transistors slightly smaller ships will be used to accelerate research at the lab wafers. Lucid, motors announced that its upcoming Lucid Air Electric Sedan will support fast charging. The can add twenty miles or of range per minute of charging. That's pretty good. The air uses a nine hundred volt charger with a peak charging rate of over three hundred kilowatts. Loses pardoning with electrify America to bring out these chargers to some of the companies two thousand charter network Emily's combined charging system standard chargers. Of you who use these already know what the heck those are lucid also said, it's developing a bi directional home charger for the vehicle which allow owners to use the vehicle to power their home. It's interesting concept an insecurity new security researchers at Garda core labs announced the discovery of what they believed to be previously undiscovered botnets dubbed..

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Daily Tech News Show

02:17 min | 1 year ago

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"To listen to audio. I love it. Now's the time to get the latest and greatest from Ray Khan get fifteen percent off your order at by Ray Khan dot com slash DT Ns that's by Ray. Khan dot com slash DT Ns for fifteen percents off your order coming up on DNS apple proves the first trillion is the hardest instagram is helping you get less caught up and blackberry phones get a new lease on life. This is the daily. Tech. News for Wednesday August Nineteenth Two thousand twenty in lovely Cleveland Ohio. I'm rich draft, Lino Johnson in Salt Lake City. And I'm the show's producer Roger Chang. We were just talking all about comic books, Indie Labels Marvel DC. So if you want to hear about that, you can get the wider conversation on our expanded show good Internet becoming a member at Patriot Dot com slash d. t., and as let's get to the Tech News and let's start with you tech things you should know. India's business standard ports that according to sources apple is planning to produce some of the upcoming iphone twelve devices locally in India the devices are expected to be made in wistron factory in Benghazi through and available in mid twenty twenty one very nice. Samsung. Launch Samsung Pay Card in the UK as a mastercard debit card that consolidates existing bank accounts and cards into a single card and digital wallet Samsung. PAYCARD uses the fin tech startup curve on the back end and gets access to features of the platform including its go back in time feature, which lets users move transactions from one payment source to another retroactively. INSTAGRAM began rolling out the ability to generate qr codes that linked to a profile. Globally, the peach was originally released in Japan last year, the QR codes can be skinned by any supporting third party camera APP, and will eventually replace the previously used name tag system. Gula data that's information that will surface on activity cards in its mobile APP shopping cards will now show similar products that users searched for as well as relevant review of the product or reviews..

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Daily Tech News Show

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"first trillion" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

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