35 Burst results for "Huawei"

Peter Schweizer: Interior Secretary Husband's Tied to Communist China

Mark Levin

01:47 min | Last month

Peter Schweizer: Interior Secretary Husband's Tied to Communist China

"The problem is her husband Andrew Moffat is an investor and a major stakeholder in a company called path AI and here's the thing Mark the commerce secretary's husband's company their biggest investor is a Chinese equity firm called Dan hua capital which happens to be linked to the Chinese government So we thought this is really interesting Is this affecting perhaps in some way the decision she's making and lo and behold you look at the things that she's doing and saying she's done a couple of favors for Huawei the Chinese telecom company that 7 countries including our country says is linked to the Chinese intelligence service She's literally giving away concessions that the Trump administration is secured from China She's giving it away for their benefit and I think that's directly tied to the facts that her family's financial fortunes are linked now to the Chinese government That is unbelievable And of course as long as the Democrats control both houses of Congress they're never going to look into any of this are they That's right That's right It's really troubling that you can not find anybody in the Democratic Party that wants to take a simple honest look at some really basic questions like how Hunter Biden got these deals How treasury sorry commerce secretary raimondo's husband got this money They don't want to look at these deals Corruption which used to be an issue that people tried to look at in a nonpartisan way has become partisan as well And it's to our country's great detriment

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The Wealth, Power and Domination of China With KT McFarland

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:23 min | 2 months ago

The Wealth, Power and Domination of China With KT McFarland

"I read something yesterday and I know for you looking at China doesn't surprise, but I think it was surprised a lot of people that China has the largest concentration of billionaires in the world. And one of the largest concentration of female billionaires in all of the world. And I think it goes that when you dismiss China and we have some who do, they dismiss China and don't want to think about China. That wealth accumulation in that manufacturing and that the issues that they've had have truly put them in an interesting position going forward. Yeah, you know, the Chinese have, they love these sort of 5 year plan, ten year plan. Yes. And so they've had one plan was called made in China, two O two four. And 2024, two years from 24, China had identified ten sort of critical areas of modern technology that they planned to dominate, that they were going to buy the companies, steal the technology, but they were going to manufacture and be dominant and control the market in 5 to end these ten technologies. And it's things like robotics, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, bioengineering, all those things. Now, I don't think they get there by 2024, but that's where they were talking about doing. They also have something. I think it's called artificial intelligence to O three O. And that's it by 2030. They plan to really control all of the artificial intelligence, which will be a huge game. It would be like the fourth industrial revolution. They also, with their 5G Internet network. They were talking about 5G well that we think of that, oh, great. I'm going to download my Netflix stuff really fast. No. 5G and Huawei communications means that the Chinese will dominate. They will own the infrastructure of the Internet. That means that at any given time, they can listen to your phone calls, listen to watch what you're doing online. So that's another area where they're dominant. And then finally, which I find the most terrifying is that there are the first, you know, total surveillance society. They know everything all their people are doing all the time. But they plan to do it for the whole world. I mean, they're hoovering up this personal information from our healthcare industries and who knows what they're going to do with it. Maybe it's just to create better drugs, but they could do a lot of really bad stuff with all that information too.

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"huawei" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:40 min | 4 months ago

"huawei" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of today Hong Kong tomorrow the world published by Saint Martin's press Now we should note that the Chinese march forward has been impressive if you don't count the brutality that's often been involved But hardly flawless the Chinese have for example built a number of cities which I gather are just sitting there empty They've tried this mix of central planning and free enterprise and there are some millionaires driving their Ferraris around Shanghai but there is also some meddling in market economics that hasn't worked out so well and of course we may be dependent on the Chinese to pay for our profligate spending ways but they in turn are very dependent on exporting a taller stuff to the United States So it's not as though the Chinese are an invulnerable monolith Mark Absolutely And I think you hinted that with your comment about property because essentially local governments have had to give more and more of their tax revenues to the central government and make up the shortfall by selling off land or leasing land And I think that game may be coming to an end It's sort of like a musical chairs thing that's gone around and around and we've seen the collapse of huge property company evergrande which owes something on the order of 300 billion U.S. dollars and it's got a lot of half built projects to take in the money already from the people who hope to move in it's a mass And I think that some much bigger issues there's been a lot of debt feeling the Chinese growth There's of course huge debate among economists The mainstream still think everything is going to be fine I think we're seeing increasing cracks in the facade And then as we spin forward 5 or ten years well because of the disasters one child policy there's nobody really being born So where is that growth going to come from Who's going to move into all those apartments and who's going to do the work and who's going to take care of the old people who are two parents one kid for grandparents that is not good demographics Something that we should probably mention which we've mentioned on the show before but I don't think it's gotten enough attention around the world And that is the Chinese presence in Africa Good heaven sub Saharan Africa is becoming almost a holy old subsidiary of the Chinese Communist Party Well I'm not an expert in that but I think you're absolutely right Jim and Africa Latin America a lot of developing countries are getting infrastructure often financed by the Chinese not cheap but sort of no questions asked and some of that infrastructure includes telecoms which essentially means surveillance technology And I think your last guest was talking a bit about hick vision and some of these companies Huawei of course which is a big telecoms company sanctioned by the U.S. and they go in and often work with corrupt local officials build expensive systems which allows money to be safe enough to local officials is more expensive for the actual everyday user And allows for surveillance by both the Chinese and the host government So it's a pretty lousy deal all around And you're a book today Hong Kong tomorrow will chapter 8 massacre in Tiananmen today's China is tomorrow's Hong Kong give us your thoughts of what's in chapter 8 Yes Well thanks for that June 4th 1989 is when we saw the true face of the Chinese Communist Party It went into Tiananmen Square and some hundreds Some people think a few thousands of students and pro democracy protesters were murdered in and around the square completely unnecessary and reflected a power struggle within the Chinese leadership where a more moderate reform minded prime minister was ousted by a hardline guy the butcher of Beijing le pen And of course people in Hong Kong who had been supporting the pro democracy people because they were new today were going to be under Beijing's rule 8 years later Obviously reacted with horror and that was one of the slogans to today's tomorrow Sorry Today's China is going to be tomorrow's Hong Kong and that was everyone's fear As you said why were we surprised but I think China was sort of on good behavior for a while at wanting to get the right to the Olympics which its first one in the 2008 Summer Olympics it wanted to get into the World Trade Organization which it did in 2001 it wanted to keep its most favored nation status with the U.S. which allowed it to sell its goods cheaply without a lot of taxes and tariffs And so it was on good behavior And now it's not More to come What 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo would 866-505-4626 with our guest Mark Clifford in just a moment Got Allen Phil Robertson here Dad our family is known for being Harry when you say that's a fair assessment I think that's a fair assessment Plenty of higher is warm in the winter and cool in the summer We know a lot of people don't have the luxury of being able to keep all of your hair And so we've got a great company keeps that has you covered They.

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"huawei" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"huawei" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And hospitality company during the pandemic And the emergence of yet another coronavirus variant it's only adding to the uncertainty and volatility within the industry Airlines cruise lines hotels the services we use to book them also taking a major hit for the last 18 months Our next guest well he's right in the middle of it That is so true And we've seen the stocks kind of move back and forth Sometimes rallying sometimes taking a hit as a result of the news to do with the virus You mentioned the executive right in the middle of it We're talking about Axl heifer He's CEO of the booking platform trivago He caught up with us from his home base in Germany to talk about the latest hurdles brought on by COVID and when he expects fingers crossed things to pick up The situation got a lot worse and particularly in some of our core markets in Europe with infections on record highs in Germany and then the other market On the other hand we continue to believe that the outlook and the spring will be very very strong and that we will be through the pandemic more or less by mid of next summer So right now very tough and sometimes also a bit depressing but the outlook is still very positive Well in terms of outlooks in their earnings report that you reported back in November on November 1st Tribal said that it does not expect a full rebound in travel over the winter When do you expect a full rebound in travel I do think that we will see a very strong spring I mean like this year we and also last year we've seen that coming out of a winter with high infections with restrictions in many places People want to travel and want to actually see friends and family want to get out and get a break And we expect exactly the same pattern Having said that what will be different from our perspective in 2022 versus 2021 and for sure obviously 2020 is that there is a significantly greater number of people vaccinated twice or even three times and to be honest also significantly greater number of people that got sick already and have antibodies because of that One thing I wanted to go back to is a Thanksgiving weekend How did that go for you guys And is that an indicator of maybe what we'll see through the rest of the winter season It went well and the U.S. overall is still much much more stable than Europe to be honest And there is one very big benefit in being in the U.S. You don't have to worry that much about travel restrictions being imposed between states Which is a problem in Europe and it's something that adds a lot of uncertainty to your travel plans There are regular flow of new restrictions change in restrictions testing requirements et cetera And the friction is what is concerning people and holding them off from traveling In terms of looking forward it is very very difficult to say The new variant is obviously adding uncertainty And like in the past some governments think that you can stop a virus from entering the country by imposing very strict travel restrictions which obviously only works for so long It sounds like you disagree with that assessment It's very difficult to say to be honest And I don't want to be a politician in times like we are in today but it works to slow down the spread of the virus which in particular in winter can make sense if your hospitals are full already But the general idea of locking out the virus in today's world and in the global economy that we're living in is just theoretical and every new virus variant will make it eventually to everything the country Hey axel tell us about the thing you're doing The partnership with Huawei is a strategic partnership What is that all about Yeah it's actually very interesting So Huawei is building basically their own ecosystem with harmony OS and their own services And the most important services from our perspective are obviously search pedal sergeant pedal maps And we are partnering with them to help them to bring similar services to their customers that exist already on other search engines like being on Google And leveraging our supply of hotels worldwide I'm curious about why Huawei I mean anyone who listens to our program regularly or follows the news knows that Huawei has been under scrutiny by governments around the world and certainly engaged in a spat with the U.S. government So take us into your thinking here I mean we are interested in basically helping every search engine to compete more effectively with Google And we also in discussions with others But it is for sure one of the big search engines that is up and rising given that they have a huge installed base of devices that will be powered by their new search over the next years In the break Tim and I were talking and I'm saying that sometimes I just get overwhelmed by the amount of travel platforms that are out there So how do you and truth be told I am now looking for ease and platforms that are really clear so how do you think about how you want to evolve so that you can catch your user's attention or more users attention So you absolutely right I mean we are in a situation where there are too many platforms and in particularly in the pandemic we've seen that 5 matters a lot And it doesn't only matter one of the first partnerships in that direction as we started to develop business to business solutions where we help actually other companies to serve their customers better By accessing our backend services and basically benefiting from our size and our scale for their own benefit Because trivia.

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Gordon Chang Describes 'The Great US-China Tech War'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 7 months ago

Gordon Chang Describes 'The Great US-China Tech War'

"Let's continue one on one with Gordon gi Chang. Let's jump straight in. We just mentioned it. Explain why you use this phrase for your latest publication. You can find Gordon's work at Gordon Chang dot com. What is this great tech war between America and China and how does this quote unquote company Huawei fit into it? China wants to dominate all the world's technologies. And we saw a hint of this in their maiden 2025 initiative, which they took ten critical sectors and said that they wanted to be self sufficient and they wanted to have the world's best technology in them. They added an 11 sector which was 5G, the 5th generation of wireless communication. That's the Internet of Things. That's where you have everything connected to the Internet, including your front door, your car, your pacemaker, you know, just everything. And Huawei was their national champion. It was the world's number one maker of telecom networking gear. And until the Trump administration got a hold of it. It was looking like it was going to wire the entire world. Why this is important is because if you can wire the world, you can steal the world's data and you steal the world's data, you put it into artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence systems, even if their technology isn't as good as ours, and there's a debate about that. But even if it isn't, AI systems run on data in China can put all the data in the world into it and we're a democracy. So we have pretty strict restrictions on what we can feed into our AI systems. Then that means with better AI, China will have more efficient manufacturing. It will have better nuclear weapons, you name it. So Huawei is at the center of that and the Trump administration put Huawei on the commerce department's entity

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Understanding Huawei, China's Controversial Tech Giant

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 8 months ago

Understanding Huawei, China's Controversial Tech Giant

"To us bill if you would about the this company while way that many seem to treat as just another telecommunications cell phone company why is that completely the wrong way to think about while way bill. Yes first off. The chinese are engaged in something called civil military fusion. This is a communist party program directed at the highest levels of both the government and the party which requires all commercial technology to be used for the military and likewise any military developed or stolen in technology then to the civilian sector while way technologies of bills itself as quote private company. It is anything but it is one of the national champions that gets funding and support. It also provides intelligence gathering tools. We learned from the snowden documents that the chinese stole router technology and then use that technology to spy on others and we were able to spy on while away and learn all its intelligence gathering capabilities. This has come out again because of that compromise. Nsa lost the ability. The national security agency lost the ability to spy on wall street. But we've never had the. Us government really come out and explain why this company is so dangerous and the reason. It's so dangerous is because we're on the verge of a revolution in telecommunications with five g. which is going to speed up the communications for that are used for everything down from whether it's washing machines and televisions to the most precision guided munitions that the us military has it's going to affect that to be able to communicate so rapidly and over many long

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Huawei executive returning as China releases Canadians

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 8 months ago

Huawei executive returning as China releases Canadians

"Hi state prison this war between China and Canada is underway following a dispute over the arrest of a wild way top executives several years ago the news hit headlines throughout China while ways chief financial officer among one still has been released and flown back to China after her arrest on an extradition request from the U. S. three years ago the same day to Canadian citizens help by Beijing with freedom plan back to Canada also told media upon her release of happiness that the situation has finally been resolved over the past three years my life has been turned upside down it was it gave time for me at the not the White and the company exactly once reached an agreement with U. S. federal prosecutors to drop four charges against her next year as part of the deal she accepted responsibility for misrepresenting the company's business dealings in Iran I'm Karen Thomas

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"huawei" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

05:52 min | 9 months ago

"huawei" Discussed on TechFan

"But i mean when you get to the thousand dollar. Mark john There's a seventy five inch five. K four k. you hd dobie vision hd our q. led roku smart tv for twelve hundred bucks. Yeah i mean but yeah i is a quality is good. I don't. I don't know what makes us only quality very good. They're emotes multi terrible. I will tell you that. Sony has the worst remotes The new roku remote actually has an apple tv button. It has dedicated buttons. There's a back button a button. The d had and then smart. You know pause go forward. Go back And then some smart buttons like hulu net flicks. It's it's a no brainer. At this point john the reason we don't talk about. Tv's much on here anymore is because it's over it's over you can get a fifty inch tv for four hundred bucks ship directly to you for free that it doesn't take eight people to move it. It takes a thirteen year old. The move this tv. Oh yeah they are. They are definitely i've done. I mean i've done that i've moved. Tv's around the house. Make them outside that thing. I mean yeah it used to be that you needed to people minimum to even an inch. you know i mean you usa hey anytime you plug anything in the back of it because you knew it was a big job now you can just put the thing on your own around the house there. Of course any would say it's totally worth it to get a wall mount For your tv. Don't stick it on something. That's a big piece of hanging on the wall. They way nothing. You can get the annual exactly right and if you if you worried about that. I mean some of his worried about putting things on the walls might drop off and smashed. The expensive thing is say takes them the money you've saved on the thousand dollars and get a guys come into warm here for you. You know put it exactly where you want to make. Sure it won't come off you know. Probably and those that yeah. These these meltzer universal. They haven't changed in. You know eight nine years at this point. I don't think they're going to anytime soon. Because when you replace this tv if you ever have to. It'll mount right to your existing walmart. I mean just pop right off no problem. Yeah so that's my recommendation. I think it's david's as well. Save your money john Or do like David here he is selling his last. Mac what's going on with that. You're selling your last mac. The matt kellyanne. Now is my m more mike bouquet and great machine a fabulous fabulous machine as i have said before it is literally the best mac ever owned but the thing is is that i use it once a week. I'm the you know what to do within that once a week. I take the audio from the show i converted to. Mp three and i is dropbox. And that's only. Because i have an apple workflow. The i i built for that many years ago. I don't need for anything else and you know it's a waste. A machine that quality empower just sat there doing that job every week. I could do it on one of the many windows computers like around here which i have to have because what do my job. It's different. It was different years ago when our policies that were were lax more lax. And we could kind of you know. Take something new was doing. We could use computers. So i had a. I had a mac pro at my desk at work. I use the possible mac. When i traveled around and i had my my corporate windows machine hardly ever used it but now we can't do that anymore. Our security policies such we have to use the machines. We given and i have two windows machines here. I've won the work. I do which is too bad because amac would actually be way more secure in a Well you know. I'm not really sure that's the case anymore I think you know from from dealing with. Obviously i'm looking after low security for our windows estate. I i don't think if you have a machine that's locked down. That's running proper group policy and everything on. I'm not sure that so much the case as it used to be but the point is is it's it's it's close enough that you can argue about sit whereas before it never used to be and the reality is is that is the i use windows all the time for work. Which means i you know. And then and then at home. Most of the time amisi miley pant. So what the might really doesn't fit in anymore and it's not a bad thing though. I mean you know. Our technology needs change. I use a pc all day at work. But i'm also using my phone all day at work which integrates via the cloud to what i'm doing on the desktop which is a pc. When i'm home it's an i mak with a secondary screen But for the vast majority of the stuff that i do except maybe editing the show I can do on anything. I my my Plex server and my gaming stuff is all pc base now all my storage. The heavy duty storage is all on the pc Can i mean it's a different world than when we started tech fan or even going farther back when i started the my mak podcast. It's a different world so much of what we do as well as in the cloud. Now the data's in the cloud anyway and like you say you can access via white brows ican access it via an app on your phone or your ipad. the mac is is a. Don't get me wrong. It's a great platform. I love it though. I don't love much as i. E c because i you know. I'm kind of getting annoyed. With the change for changes this seeping into mac os at the moment but the reality is i could live with that if always using the all the time but not and so. I've just come to the point that the having desktop or laptop mac is just. It's just a waste of money for me and You know. I'd rather move..

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"huawei" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

02:35 min | 9 months ago

"huawei" Discussed on TechFan

"Can ever. It's every it's just apple carplay just like if you're plugged in except your phones in your pocket in remembers the last phone that was connected so you don't have to you know. Go through that rigmarole. Every time you get a car now and it just works. So have you know. System effects on battery life of you'll find by using this. I did not And that that was one of the questions i asked her. Name's julia I ask julia that. Question is draining your phone. And she says well my drives about ten minutes so i didn't notice anything. My drive is thirty. Five minutes. And i didn't notice anything either k now. If you've got an older fall maybe it will drain a little bit more. But i don't have an older iphone tested with But she said my. My bigger question is is ernie delay because when i clicked something a hit pause i launch gps. I do any of those things. If there's a delay because it's wireless. I'm less likely to think this is a great product. And she said there may be a delay and i asked for clarifications. She says every now. And then i'll push a button and it doesn't seem to do anything until i push it again and but i don't know if i push the button right or just you know i i missed or i said was. Did that happen in. You know at all when you physically plugged your phone. And she goes yes occasionally then too so you know maybe there is a slight delay. But if you're just listening to music and you hit an accident takes an extra one second gift to that next song. I don't think that you know that's too much of a negative is for me less. The music soften more other apps the east carplay lot. Why he's and things online and she said that was super smooth But let's be honest. Ways is one of those things that it doesn't need micro-second updating you know yeah it gives you enough notification. You know where you are that i. I don't think that's an issue. Yeah the traffic racing. Which is they think twice for me. I mean not the great thing about ways because everyone using is reporting traffic info for their journeys bank. It's very good rating you round traffic and if there was delay on that misa junction. No no she's talking like a one second delay on When you push button on the screen right not the data coming in. There's no delay on that. Okay the i guess the only thing worry me about product like this is the irs fifteen sixteen comes out call plays updates isn't it stops working.

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"huawei" Discussed on TechFan

TechFan

07:00 min | 9 months ago

"huawei" Discussed on TechFan

"Good morning good morning and of course i'm in china. If you can't tell by my accent. I'll i'll we all in china really in some respects. Yeah so there's been a lot of stuff going on in the tech world but a lot of it just isn't all that interesting lately. I think legal of badmouthing and renting and don't do that. Why are you doing that. And we're not gonna do that. Yeah i mean. Companies weighing in on political matters which is nothing new taking websites down It's it's just been a crazy time attack. But i don't know none of it's really. Hey we need to talk about that on the show. Well some of eight. You kinda don't want to talk about because it's being talked about so much elsewhere gets boring after a while. All this is boring. It's just like there's not really much more to say. I mean. I think many of these many of these things that get debated and discussed online and in the tech person. Everything at a really condescend people and there's not much to say Of the toolkit just talk for the sake of talk You know and And some pay an an ecorse everything now is also infected with this partisanship that those infected so much of discussion and debate now where a lot of people are making their points. Not the basis of of the facts but on the basis of what they feel or how how it how it suits this side And and there's no point debating that because that is those things that people are refused to be changed medical decisions based on politics that the time for rationality is ended. Don't even talk about it. Yeah exactly and the other day. Start trying to get into a debate with me about Because i made the statement. That jesse was a certain positions on vaccination where irrational and they start trying. Well what about this and quoting things. Are you know quiting studies. And i said annoy. She's talking about this with the. Yeah because you you will pull whatever that is the standard argument technique now which is if anybody counters. One of your points you come up with something that counts as their place with something completely different and join them together whether it makes sense. Oh no i said said you've got your position you do you but you know you're you're the english now is doing that you do you think We're we apologize here in the. Us we May made us just. Maybe maybe i maybe To things like this. Maybe i get exposed to too much american stuff. That Interesting enough my daughter had her vaccination the other day. And she's twelve vega colds been vaccinated. He's thirteen for quite a while. Now that they hear they have not. They have not decided to vaccinate twelve to fifteen yet charlotte godley because we people my house all Amino deficient sire That's why she had but generally than having it. So here in the last two geeks pub and hope you guys are subscribe to that show as well and i still may in the future put you know a geeks pub or tech fan each feed just to kind of an advertising thing but that being said i talked about i got an xbox series s the disc lewis. It'd be careful. I say that The dick's disc list. See i say it and then i kind of The one that doesn't have a cd draw. Yeah and the least of the. It's it's not as powerful as the other one but you can't get the other one. I mean it's it's virtually impossible and still more powerful than the old experts ones and it's not even close because i had an xbox one and it was the powerful one of those but cole wanted us to go get a new controller because i only had one and we can't play to play games. He likes a lot to play games against me. And there's only so many split-screen games nowadays. Yeah you know. Probably more than there used to be. But that's not saying a lot. Yeah because they expect most people's play multiplayer each on their unconscious. Yeah exactly so. We went to best buy yesterday and actually kind of walked around the store and and looked for stuff to maybe by. The problem is when i want something i just go get it in quite honestly not a lot of things in tech in. The last few years have really excited me. You know. it's more evolution not revolution. Yup and i was even looking for a new case for my iphone. I've got An iphone twelve pro. The problem is I got the blue on so to julie. I got the blue apple leather case. Now my phone. Before this was the eight plus and i had the The red case on the phone was black. But i got the red case. It's it's leather. And when it was wearing it was looking really good. It looked better than when it was new york. I mean just you know leather supposed to do that. Not so much with this blue case this blue cases looking like shit i you know. I think that's probably because it's blue. I think blue is one of those colors. The die doesn't hold as well and yeah in the leather. And i've had blue led the stop before the when it weighs no soulful red red black brown stuff that that kinda looks great when his warm i am but anything else. I think you know. Because i've had green stuff before as one that looks terrible. When is when this worn out. It's So i was even looking for a case there for my iphone and we didn't i didn't find anything it was funny i went to I think it was best buy's website. It might have been amazon looking at the xbox series s. I hate saying like that. Just an aside. Hey before you move on having off deal. Discussion lost having done more research than i care to admit on xbox consoles yep yeah the naming conventions since three sixty i'll 'damas l. I've said that many show six there are five or six different models in the xbox one and the xbox series line when you casually reading trying to figure out which one is which is really really difficult. 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Canadian Sentenced to 11 Years in China in Spying Case Tied to Huawei

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Canadian Sentenced to 11 Years in China in Spying Case Tied to Huawei

"Court has jailed a Canadian businessman for 11 years for spying in the case that's caused a major rift between the two countries. The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said the sentence given to Michael Sparber was unjust and absolutely unacceptable. More from Robin brand. The court in Dandong in the north of China sentenced him to 11 years in jail, adding that he will also be deported, although it didn't clarify when the latter would happen. Mr Speaker ran a business in the city just on the border with North Korea, where he organized cultural visits. He was arrested in the days after the Huawei executive men Guangzhou was detained in Canada accused of fraud. Her extradition battle is expected to come to a head soon. The Canadian authorities insist the cases are linked Accusing China of hostage diplomacy. It's something Beijing has denied.

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China Court Upholds Canadian's Death Sentence

The Ross Kaminsky Show

00:17 sec | 10 months ago

China Court Upholds Canadian's Death Sentence

"Sentence upheld for Canadian prisoner in China A Chinese court deciding not to overturn a Canadian drug convicts death sentence Robert Schellenberg sentence was abruptly increased from a 15 year prison term to death right around the time Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada in 2018,

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"huawei" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"huawei" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"When incognito mode since these findings were published. The english version of uc browser was route from apple's app store. Although the chinese language version and google play apps were still available. Amazon announced prime day. Sales event will take place june. Twenty first and twenty second amazon has traditionally held the event in july but last year postponed it until mid october. Due to strains on logistics and fulfillment operations due to the covid nineteen pandemic. The crypto currency exchange coin base announced. Its users can pay with money. From their coin. Based cards on apple pay and google pay coined base will automatically convert all crypto currency to us dollars when adding to a customer's coin base card. That can then be used for purchases and receive kripo awards for shopping. According to a new report by the market researchers at trent force the combined revenue of the top ten chip foundries hit a record of twenty two point. Seventy five billion dollars in the first quarter of twenty twenty one dmc led with fifty five percent market share on thirteen billion dollars in revenue for the quarter and trent forced reports that many fabs increased way for prices to ensure profitability. Bloomberg's mark gurman reports. That apple self driving car team lost at least three members of its management team since the start of twenty twenty one most recently dave scott leading teams on robotics used by the car left apple with autonomous car. Safety team lead jimmy way dough and benjamin lion. Who helped create apple's original car team leaving earlier this year oetzi intends to acquire the fashion resale marketplace depop in a deal worth one point. Six billion dollars expected to close by the end of q..

Uber Announces 33000 Drivers Joined Its US Platform in May

Daily Tech Headlines

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Uber Announces 33000 Drivers Joined Its US Platform in May

"Buber announced thirty three thousand drivers joined. It's us platform during the week of may seventeenth increasing active driver hours by four point. Four percent over the previous week marking a new record for drivers since the start of twenty. Twenty one uber. Didn't say that number compares to pre pandemic

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Huawei SF5 Electric SUV Debuts at Shanghai

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Huawei SF5 Electric SUV Debuts at Shanghai

"Wa wa famous name in terms of mobile devices. Chinese tech giant wa wa technologies has the s f five electric. Suv developed that done in partnership with automotive brands. sarah's which will be sold and marketed by wa wa through its flagship. Stores across china says the driven the s s f five apologies boasts to electric motors. All wheel drive five hundred and forty-three holes palette. It's very impressive nor to sixty two miles them out. North one hundred kilometers now in four point six eight seconds again really impressive. All electric range of one hundred eighty kilometers. That doesn't make any sense because they say it will do that in pure electric mode and by now you might have out. I had to take a while to get to because there's pressure least doesn't explicitly say it. This is a range extender. They said that the range extended family topped up in the tangle to a thousand kilometers. It's a one point five liter four cylinder engine. Which is the rex. But we're worried about the battery bits. And so

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Elon Musk Teases Tesla AI Day for Summer 2021

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Elon Musk Teases Tesla AI Day for Summer 2021

"Now we're here today. We're gonna be talking about some recent. Us tweets about tests a day. Looks like we may have a tentative date for when that maybe scheduled we'll talk about what to expect for that event we've also got a little bit of an update on the model s. next refresh and a couple of other stories as well. Quick look at the stock tesla today finished up nine tenths of a percent to seven hundred and thirty eight dollars five cents that did trail slightly behind the nasdaq up. One point three percent and volume really fell off today for tusla about twenty seven and a half million shares traded today versus the pretty high volumes. We had yesterday and the day prior yesterday. Of course we did have that coin based direct listing. So i know a lot of people like to take a look at what is doing what they're trading. They did sell off some tesla yesterday. That always seems to get a little bit of attention on social media but definitely a normal process for arc. Tesla's diller top holding in many funds it has risen above ten percent in some of those funds and generally when that happens arc tends to sell down a little bit and on the coin based point arctic initiate positions there across funds at about zero point seven five percent weight so selling tesla would help provide liquidity for that new position. So nothing too surprising there. I just wanted to point out because again it gets talked about. And that may have been a little bit of pressure on tussle in general yesterday as tesla had a tougher day arc. Probably not the only one to make a move like that all right with that being said let's get into ai elon. Musk caddy number of tweets yesterday about tesla and their progress in artificial intelligence. He kicked it off by noting. That quote tesla ai. Slash autopilot engine team is making excellent progress solving real world. Ai and quote he followed that up with a number of tweets some of which related to full self. Self-driving the beta button. We'll get to those in a second but he also responded to a question asking. When can we expect a day. Yulon said probably late july so first thing there anytime we have a timeline from and we got to be cautious on that he saying probably here so be a little bit more cautious. Even this is an event so it is a little bit more up to tesla when they hold this. But i would assume they wouldn't want to hold an event like this until the fd beta is broadly released.

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Mamba ransomwares evolution

The CyberWire

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Mamba ransomwares evolution

"On tuesday. The fbi circulated a flash alert about mamba industry. Mamba now uses a weaponized version of descriptors against its targets descriptors. An open source. Full disk encryption tool as the f. b. i. points out the software isn't inherently militias but mambas operators have it. After mumba has done its work and rendered the victims files inaccessible. It displays a ransom note that includes the actors email address ransomware file name. The host system name and a place to enter the decryption key victims are instructed to email the extortionist and arrange payment of the ransom. A decryption key is promised in exchange for payment. The bureau recommends adopting fifteen. Specific and familiar hygienic practices to avoid a mamba infestation. One of the recommendations is peculiar to defense against this latest version of mamba quote if descriptors is not used by an organization at the key artifact files used by descriptors to the organizations execution blacklist any attempts to install or run this encryption program and its associated files should be prevented and quote and of course. The bureau discourages anyone from paying the ransom. Payment does not guarantee files. We'll be recovered. It may also embolden to target additional organizations encourage other criminal actors to engage in the distribution of ransomware and or fund illicit activities and quote. So you may not get your files back even if you pay but one thing is for sure. You'll help fuel the bandit economy of the cyber underworld

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Huawei unveils flagship foldable smartphone for China market

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Huawei unveils flagship foldable smartphone for China market

"Huawei took the rap self, its latest high end foldable smartphone. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie has the story from Beijing. The Lords of the $3000 Mate X two, comes after who always found a run Jeong Fe dismissed reports the company plans to sell its smartphone business quality has been hammered by US bands on component. On software sales to the company. Shipments punished more than 40% in the last three months of 2020 as it's in venturing of chips dried up on last year, it was forced to sell its low end on a brand while way is trying to fill the supply gap with its own chips. Peeking at the launch event in Shanghai, the company's CEO said. Capacity is

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Huawei unveils flagship foldable smartphone for China market

Daily Tech News Show

03:46 min | 1 year ago

Huawei unveils flagship foldable smartphone for China market

"Have another foldable phone. This one from wall way. Sarah tells all about it all right away. The made x. two which now holds the screen inside like the samsung galaxy. Fold rather than wrapping around the outside when you close it while we added a second six point. Four or five inch led ninety. Heard screen to the made to for you to use. It is folded. The inside foldable screen is eight inches. Twenty four by twenty display and the company says the mate x has less of an internal gap so it folds flatter than the galaxy full. So they're obviously making comparisons there. The screen folds into a waterdrop shape at the hinge when closed to prevent chrissy and and also breaking the made two launches but the android ten based. Em ui eleven. No google services but while we says it will be. One of the first device is upgraded to harmony os. That's always us in april. The made extra comes to china on february twenty fifth for seventy thousand nine hundred ninety nine one which is about two thousand seven hundred eighty five. Us dollars the announcement was conducted in mandarin nod. In english as is as it was in previous announcements and facts while we may run out of parts in q to even one if us trade restrictions do remain in place. Nick asia reported last week. That always told suppliers smartphone component orders would-be sixty percent lower than last year. Yes on the one hand we we see wah wah moving over to samsung's form factor On the other hand they are touting unimproved hinge that they say well. We've moved there because we've made it better but outside this is obviously targeted only domestically in china and We it's a question of even how many they could make to sell in china. Trevor have you been paying attention to this. Yeah i mean. I think if you're running out of chips the navy a good strategy would be to put out a phone. That's this expensive. You know you're not gonna sell now. Granted they they've probably been working on this for years but like that's going to help like how many people are going to spend twenty eight hundred dollars on a folding fund but it puts wall in a position where they're innovating on this new form factor. And personally. I think that the the full actually works really well. Because you don't have that sort of lopsided gap that you do in other foldables while way is playing out the clock here. They're they're hoping they can find a way out of this and they just wanna keep making models. They sold off on her but they do not want to sell off while way itself which would be the only other way out of this but if the. Us doesn't budge. Which doesn't look like it's going to. I'm not sure how long they can go. Obviously not longer than q two if things stay exactly the way they are now. Well the the foldable itself looks pretty nice guy. I didn't watch the entire announcement again in mandarin but the subtitles. I can follow along pretty well but it does look at least you know when someone standing on stage telling you about specs. It looks to be very nice When it's you know when it's when it's being used in tablet form You got a nice little eight inch screen when you've when it's when it's folded but you can still use it as a phone kind of block easy but i think for anyone who's like yeah but i have multiple devices and one that makes sense. It does seem pretty sturdy. One thing i did like about it was that they said that it was waited on one side and it reminded me a lot of the e-readers in adel put more weight on. What side because it's a more natural way to hold the device when you're holding it open so i think that's something that hopefully other foldables will adopt. Because they're sort even because they're trying to distribute the parts evenly across the

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A Telsa Model S Refresh?

Waveform: The MKBHD Podcast

09:15 min | 1 year ago

A Telsa Model S Refresh?

"You've been telling me about why. I think there's going to be a model as an ex refresh. Yeah and there was like it was really hard to test drive them. There were like upping the sales out of everything they were. You couldn't see them in showrooms anymore night. This big list of rumors as to why we thought it might happen and then like an hour ago. It just all unveiled so well. So there's a there's a lead up to it the the model s. design is it's like ten plus years old at this point like fundamentally. The design of the car is unchanged since the beginning rate. So there's one small outside refresh her where the front grill nose cone. that was an exterior. Like look change. Is that what you call a nosecone nosecone. Yeah i've always just called at the grill. But obviously it's not. It isn't enact plastic nosecone two more metal okay but The autopilot versions changed. But really fundamentally the inside has always been that vertical screen and it's always been the same doors. Same door handles same shape so they've never really changed the model s. in car years. That's a long time let alone tech years that's forever. Yeah so. The rumors have been building for a long time. And we kind of were like. I think that this earnings call on wednesday were according to one night. Just say you know yeah have plans to possibly make video about all this. But we're recording on wednesday night and during the earnings call. They update the site. They give the over all the stuff and dropped a new model lesson ex and yet it's something is there's a lot to it. I guess we'll just. I'm just going to go down the list. This obviously isn't a video podcast yet. But i do have a lot to say about the aesthetics and the things that they've changed right. Yeah maybe i'll use this template as like a guide for the video. What i make it. We'll see i almost debated telling you throw camera up here and just take the clips out and turn it into the youtube video also. Yeah so right off. The bat outside changes are pretty small. They turned all the chrome black kind of like they did with model three and model. I every single car company do that. Please stop with the chrome. I think toyota has been doing it. A bunch with just maybe not even like their door handles and window trim but they've been doing it with their emblems and like the wording and names on the back and they looked so good on every single caller romo terrible. Please stop. Yeah feel old. Basically starting to feel a little bit outdated so it's gone from the car. I think maybe just the logo the last chrome piece. but that's that's pretty sweet and then There's a little bit of a different shape up front a little bit of a more simple grill at the bottom. For the front splitter and different fog i think i read people were saying it looks like the air like in vents are a little bigger probably to help battery cooling yup the better battery performance and i think that leads us beautifully into the new specs before i talk about the interior. So it's just going to be three models model s. and i'm going to focus on model s even a model x. Got this refresh it. Basically doesn't exist tesla like they still make it kind of because they have to nightmare. Yeah there's not a lot of attention around the x this is about the s. I'm just talking about this. Yeah i'm just trying to think of. Who's the i feel like the x. Still gets a lot like in the blogger community. A couple david dobric jake paul logo on it. There's jailers very her. Jalen smith jr jada jason. What's his son's name. Now you've got me thinking. Smith i don jaden has one. There's some there's small market for the ex. Yeah but the model s. is where it's at so there's really just three versions now. And by the way. I'm gonna say overarching for this. Whole thing is simplicity. Dustless manufacturing simplifying line vehicles. So there's three there's a long range model s a plaid model s and a plaid plus model s. so model s long range has four hundred twelve mile range zero to sixteen three point one seconds dual motors and it's. It's a pretty standard. Look that's like what probably most people getting a model less would get then. The performance version is your plaid model s. which goes directly to triple motors. It drops a little bit range three hundred ninety miles but it goes two hundred mile an hour. Top speed and zero to sixty in one point nine nine seconds. I'm gonna say that one more time just in case you didn't hear it this. Several thousand pound four door family car. Hatchback does zero to sixty in one point. Nine nine seconds like you need to like take a an advanced driver's test in order to get something that can go under two seconds to pilot this thing. Yeah yeah every time. I think about like performance cars on the street. I'm like i icy regular people driving cars poorly all the time and i just get a little bit worried about giving them that much power. There's a whole youtube rabbit hole of great like mustang arm beats of people just like wrecking it into the median pulling out yet i mean i guess the good thing is this is all wheel. Drive is the safest car on the world. This is a car that's tries really hard not to crash itself but yeah lot power here but just so you know that's starting at one hundred twelve thousand nine ninety which has ten thousand more than the previous model and then plaid plus is eleven hundred horsepower versus that one thousand twenty of plaid zero to sixty. There are a little more vague with this under one point nine nine seconds. So it'll be faster. We don't know how much faster it's still trip promoters. And it'll do the quarter mile in less than nine seconds which would make it. The quickest zero to sixty and the quickest quarter-mile acceleration in any production car. Ever and again. this is not yet the roadster. This is just a speck. Yeah but the most interesting spec to me of plaid plus is it still triple motor. There's new battery info but it goes five hundred twenty plus miles on a charge. So what was the long range again. Four sixty long-range was four. Twelve for twelve plaid was down to three ninety and then plaid plus was five twenty so this leads me to believe that. Plaid plus is a different battery technology. Do you think it's the one. Because that's sounds around the specs of the roadster was supposed to have right exactly roadsters. Got us six twenty plus quoted mile range and on top of that. This is the one other thing that's really interesting. I'll just touch on the x for a second. I don't think this is happening the x. Because if you go to the model x. site you can see you have the long range version which has a three hundred sixty mile range and the plaid version which has a three hundred forty mile range. So there's no plaid. Plus so whatever's happening with plaid. Plus is i guess this ultra high end security premium powertrain and battery system that only the high end model s. And i guess eventually roadster star gonna get it. Sounds like it's just a roadster with a model spotty it's a four door roadster four door to door. Yeah no it's it's a it's a crazy it's crazy car i. I'm prefacing all this with like. I don't need it. I'm not gonna get it. I'm gonna wait till the roadster but also this is absolutely insane. What they've done now really. The the most important part is the inside of the car that they've updated so like i said simplicity's sake finally switched to the horizontal touchscreen inside which i think looks pretty good. It's like a little more well integrated with the car doesn't stick out as much as three. Yeah i think what i like. I like that. But i liked that. They kept the screen in front of you. Like a regular odometer like they have in the model s. already because like three and y. I'm fine with that screen. There i only thing is. It's a little weird that you have to look over seer odometer but the fact that you have a better spot there and you still have your regular like driving odometer with a high acid and speaking of that steering wheel hobo this is this is the interesting went and i think this is where a lot of people are polarized because this interior looks very similar minus steering wheel if you look on their site. It's a yoke style steering wheel and it's almost kinda squared off. So it's like the bottom half of a square steering wheel and then there's a bunch of buttons on the steering wheel itself and there are no blinker stocks. No windshield wiper stocks. Nothing behind the wheel. No paddles no nothing yeah. Let's paint a picture here though. Because i've never heard the term yoke style and i only understand it because i saw the picture right before so picture fighter jet handles like that. Yoke style top trying to top office doing rectangle and doesn't have a top part. So yeah i'm just like i was just trying to think about using it. In general it seems so cool for like straight line in like minor turns on a highway but exactly turning around in a parking lot or like a tight driveway or something seems miserable on it. Yeah i this is one of those things where i'm imagining it and i'm imagining it really poorly and i think i'm just going to have to try it because as of right now i don't even think this is legal to ship yet. I think you technically have to have enclosed steering wheel and then people earliest you have to ship it with one and the people can modify it later. I think that's technically the rule here in the us. I don't know the rules internationally. But i've never seen a car actually ship with a yoke steering wheel before so again. This is all tb will see it happens. But i think i'm going to have to give it a shot because it's really weird.

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Google says it's confident about alternatives to browser cookies that track you for ads

Daily Tech Headlines

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Google says it's confident about alternatives to browser cookies that track you for ads

"Google announced that testing of its proposed third party cookie replacement. The federated learning of cohorts or flock. Api showed that advertisers can expect to see at least ninety five percent of the conversions per dollar spent on ads compared to cookie based advertising part of google's privacy. Sandbox initiative flock exists chrome browser extension. Which is fed into a machine learning algorithm to create groups of thousands of people in cohorts which are used to sell ads against read the individual user data. Google also has other third party cookie alternatives in development as well

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iPhone 12 can interfere with pacemakers, Apple confirms

Daily Tech Headlines

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

iPhone 12 can interfere with pacemakers, Apple confirms

"Apple updated support documents to advise that magazine equip devices and accessories may interfere with medical devices like implanted pacemakers into fibrils when in close contact apple recommends keeping devices six inches apart in normal use or twelve inches apart while wirelessly charging however apple states that while the iphone twelve models contained more magnets than the previous iphones. The devices are not expected to pose a greater risk of magnetic interference to medical devices them prior iphone models.

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Huawei Considers Selling Its High-End Mate and P Phone Brands

Daily Tech Headlines

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Huawei Considers Selling Its High-End Mate and P Phone Brands

"Writer sources say why ways in talks with a consortium led by shanghai government back investment firms to sell its high end p. and made smartphone brands while has reportedly considered a sale since september motivated by dwindling chips supplies do sanctions although a final decision has not been made while i sold off. Its budget focused on our brand back in november

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Is chess an Esport?

The Business of Esports

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Is chess an Esport?

"On this. Podcast we've said chess is definitely any sport it's so cool to see you know Gm ichuro streaming for tsm and playing chess and chess was invented. Today would definitely be any sport. you know. we've we've sort of back that narrative collectively. And then i saw this article and i'm like wait a second. Something's not right like this doesn't feel right to me as much as i believed streaming of chest feels like a little bit of any sport is magnus carlsen is he. The top e sports earner is this really as good for the sports industry as a whole to sort of make this kind of call Or are we sort of now trying to include too much in the definition and we only hurt ourselves like. Where are you guys on that on that on. That thought lindsey. I'll let you start okay. I talked about this on twitter a little bit earlier. I think it's great. So one of the things about these lists especially. I was looking at the top ten team earnings to i mean the amount of potential earnings that are out there are just around fifteen to twenty percent of what they were last year. Because of the pandemic so part of it is that chest was super easily translatable in a pandemic near still able to hold tournaments. It's still very familiar. People still wanted to watch it whereas some other tournaments games. Whatever with the line element. It's not as exciting. So we'll see his carries over into next year that would be an interesting trend but the other part is that. I still don't think it's necessarily a bad thing for this is a little bit. I mean this is where it gets a little bit to differentiate between these sports gaming and top earning streamers as top running eastwards competitive on and the the delineation between all of those is really murky unclear. Obviously he's not the most popular Twit streamer and i wouldn't expect him to have the most money made off of that or most money made off of endorsements or whatever. So when i look at it from that lens. I don't think it's a bad thing that he's leading in this. Very narrow niche category called e sports. Where we're only looking at tournament winnings that have been decimated during a pandemic so but like even non pandemic like even. If you go back he probably still would have made the top ten and half a million dollars. You're weirdo doda to the winning team. Each guy makes you know couple of million bucks. He still would be up there. And i think the bigger question is you know everyone seems gung ho to call chesini sport right but then you see a list. At least i saw list like this. And i go wait. A second at maybe. Have we gone too fast. Here right like manx. Carlson to me has never been an east sports competitor right and so it started trending downwards though if people kind of us chess has an introductory way of getting into it because it is familiar international and then got for like league of legends. Like watching chess. Yeah i i. I very much think that that kind of strategy play that people get into is easily transferable to other games and that it could be a way of just doing that choices. I mean just. Chess has the advantage of longevity. It's been around for thousands of ears. So i don't think it's a bad thing right now. Maybe in ten years. I would think that this would be a bad trend. Maybe even five years but for right now this year it's point even stronger. I feel like we're using chess at this more rate like being used in the dirty version of the word right like we're using it for sorta like clout right because it's cool to have chess as an e sport and chest is massively popular internationally right and then as soon as as soon as you have. Magnus carlsen at the top of the list. Everyone goes oh. No no not any sport like i feel like we're using it a little bit and chris brings up a good point here. Jeff maybe you want to comment on like when do we call poker any sport. Yeah that's a good point. You got a slippery slope at some point. Can you call you know anything. That's being played electric. You know it's just this other point at some point. Can you just call anything you play like you know like if we're flipping a coin and betting on the outcome is that an e sport if it's filmed than like you're in one place at other place i don't know

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"huawei" Discussed on The Practical Futurist Podcast

The Practical Futurist Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"huawei" Discussed on The Practical Futurist Podcast

"For an IBM Software Company and Consulting Business Welcome Jeremy Thank you. Thank you. Enter could sold here. Now. We have a lot in common. We've both got a career in Tokyo and we've both would with IBM. So what's been your journey to while you K-? Well as you as you mentioned I did in the only part of my career work in professional services with IBM in the US. And then in the mid nineteen ninety S I came back to the UK and I joined the British. Telecom, bt and what the twentieth bt. So I've been really in the telecom space now for or three decades and seeing the development from. abloh through first generation. Now into a fifth generation and my background is in product and product management and joint benches, it had a number of course Europe. We have very similar correct trajectories. We'll explore that in a minute, but it's great to talk to another Tokai friendly person. So back on season two, episode four, we spoke with your colleague Paul. Scanlon about the future of five. G.. And we had a really interesting discussion about why's approach to five G. From Technology Point? Is You know I? Ask you a bunch of technology questions today. But what is five gene to you? Five G. as it implies is the next generation and every generation of brings new opportunities with the Wallet Space. But potentially, I. Think. The second generation was significant. The full generation was significant and the fifth generation is probably very significant with an industry can be criticized a little bit of over promising to quote Bill Gates's overestimate the short term and underestimate the long term and five G. is going to deliver on a number of promises that perhaps it'd be made over the last few years. But it four G. was about APPS and consumers and smartphones five. is about connected devices and B. to be health and agriculture and verticals. So we think we're on the cusp of. A major change in the telecommunications industry and ecosystem around it. I'm sure we're going to talk about that, but it may take another two or three years before the networks rolled out and the applications developed and someone has the aw iphone moments in five G.. What's funny? You Miss Three G is that inflection point? I? Remember when three g came out and I went nine, the carrier, but everyone was promising video calling. I think my too cozy mind tie life. It was really about foster incident although when my guys back to three G or Heaven Forbid Eighth? Edge? I just have to create jogging and should be illegal in any country. There's enough legislation being talked about in our industry right now, I would suggest that the superior technology of four G is going to replace creepy and you're gonNA. See Three G retired property before g that there are some applications onto g which swell three G that spectrum probably will be reformed and used in five G.. Leave. My old employer, Telstra, I think is turned off their entire to work in the spectrum they read farm. So there's some countries where it Econet, she get A to Z signal. You've been away for years to about your heritage research and Innovation UK. While is one of the top investors in our indeed in any industry. I, think we're in the top five or six in the Telco sector where we're number one, a number one by away this year, we're going to invest twenty billion globally in our D.. And that's delivered considerable competitive advantage and give us a jump on the five G. space. Here. In the UK, we have a number of centers of excellence for Recession Development, not least of which is the optical research development and chip design that we recently announced a billion pound investment in developing that further and a fabrication unit is well, our deed is a team sport, and in order for us to really maximize the benefits, you've gotta have an ecosystem around, and so we chose Cambridge to make that major investment whether it is already quite a good develop ecosystem and chip is on chip. Development. Now, let's address the elephant in the room. Recently, the UK government ruled that you'll find G. keep must be removed from UK Upright Eight wakes by twenty twenty seven. That's a pretty big deal. So if you must be removed, what does that entail what might cost operators and why will it take? So long to complete I, what we're very disappointed of that decision reverses the decision made in generating this year. And it. It's essentially takes time because if you imagine the infrastructure that is necessary to create a wireless network, it's physical. Antenna which often sit on top of buildings and getting access to those buildings. Getting cranes, moving that equipment is not a trivial task, because many of them are in city centres and even got access to the building, you need to get permission to local authorities, plus there is a very key economic reason why I it can't happen immediately, and that is huge investment has got into implementing forty five G. Networks, and there has to be return on investment, the carriers bt of Vodafone to being very clear to the UK. UK Government. If they seek to accelerate to any fossil trench, twenty seven, the cost will go into the billions and to them. There'll be blackouts because the very nature of Wallace designers. You cannot just take down no one cell and expect the sales to compensate. If you're doing a swap, you need to planet needs to get the permissions you need to get the cranes do physicals. It's quite a protracted exercise, and then if you have to do it in a hurry is very expensive and risks, blackouts, anyone says. From technologist view, this is unheard off that the government mandates to remove equipment that's been bought and paid for stolen. As you say, it's not trivial to take antennas off ruse. Is this the first time? This has happened? Yes I think it is the first. I can't think of another example, and that's probably why they've chosen the date for twenty, twenty, seven because. We're talking about five G. Today. Sixty Is the end of this decade. There is a natural churn that if you build it within the natural churn and plans within the natural judd, the costs can be managed and. The engineering funches can be organized, but actually the true cost to this decision. Is the real significant cost is actually to the UK consumers because whilst bt of Said is GONNA cost them half a billion in direct costs, the the UK was the second country in Europe to five G.. And was will placed with a number of government initiatives to experiment early on with five G. With the these. Tests. So government-sponsored testbeds in manufacturing which Roy.

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"huawei" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:58 min | 2 years ago

"huawei" Discussed on AP News

"Britain's government has backtracked on plans to give Chinese telecommunications company Huawei a limited role in the new high speed mobile phone network in a decision with broad implications for relations between London and Beijing Britain says the plans in place off to U. S. sanctions made it impossible to ensure the security of wall way a quick mind forcing it to start turning to other suppliers for components the U. S. threatened to sever and intelligence sharing arrangement with Britain because of concerns the equipment could allow the Chinese government to infiltrate which networks kind of a secretary Oliver Dowden says the decision would delay the 5 G. rollout on cost millions of pounds but incision gives British telecoms operators until 2027 to remove what way apartment already into Britain's network Charles the last month London

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"huawei" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"huawei" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"By China's Huawei and ZTE it now goes to president trump the U. S. government considers the Chinese companies a security risk the FCC has been heavily involved in those decisions I'm John trout no more of the KSFO morning show on open line Friday wait the Chinese government a threat to us now that is the threats are communication system what do you think they they might be able to spy on us or something like that all right all right stop was written assignment was nice friendly communists that they are I have our best interests at heart of course they do yeah that's why they took the factory that was producing the N. ninety five masks you know those ones everybody use during the camp fire to make sure you didn't bring them on the particular day nationalize the hell out of it it would know what they did is they first of all if they started taking all of the masks that were going there and they didn't allow me to send overseas they kept him in China and then after another week we said now we're just nationalizing factory other words it took this American factory there is owned by an American company and they said now we're taking over now so they do things that's it and they they're also very few close society if they told us a month earlier we'd probably be able to handle this coronavirus thing throughout the world little better but yeah they they kept it quiet they kept it quiet so now we have to deal with this thing we got two cases here in the bay area we'll talk about those talk about what you can do to protect yourself and hi just how bad is this going to be this coronavirus thing also highlights the broadcast because of those he just joining us today is the final broadcast the castle morning shower another broadcast another shows can take over here on Monday Katie green actually going to be a part of that sure you're going to be staying at is staying at the station I will go on my way back to my business that I've been running for many years and we've been running while you've been doing the morning show which I I just I I've been calling you the energizer bunny behind your back and one is more energy than I know what to do with you know as my brother said in his little recap there of the broadcast C. he's he's kind of a workaholic and in some ways it I consider myself a very lazy when I look at my brother but you we both are very much workaholics he's he's he's on the nuclear level let's just put it we'll talk about that as the morning goes on the meantime headlines traffic well San Francisco police have arrested a suspect in the attack of an elderly man that was collecting recyclables in the cities at Bayview.

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"huawei" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"huawei" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"K. government would be allowing the Chinese company of Huawei which has been responsible for a tremendous amount of intellectual property theft to be invading its internet systems there is this this great sort of online battle that is occurring between United States and China with regard to five G. basically China is creating its own on my belt and road systems of the belt and road technology for China was to create effectively a system of providing subsidies to a bunch of impoverished countries simply said China would have influence over the policy it's called the belt and road strategy and extends without America to Africa on through the is it through Southeast Asia Hey well they've been using five G. as one of the incentive structures for those they they missing people will give you free five G. all you have to do is give us a back door so we can access the information which is about the dumbest thing you can do well now while way apparently is going to have a substantial role in supplying Britain five G. network that's a decision made by Boris Johnson is a poor decision and the U. K. guarding is pointing that out the green light to while away was given in the teeth of concerted opposition from the United States and some of the prime minister's own backbenchers Americans warned that the company's participation five G. networks would represent a major security risk to the west given its close relationship to the Chinese state always already been excluded from five G. networks in Japan and Australia on the grounds that control of vital infrastructure could fall into the hands of potentially hostile power one Republican senator said on Tuesday that one in his freed itself from Brussels only seen sovereignty to Beijing now wasn't U. K. is gonna protect itself to a certain extent but should you be opening the door to the Chinese government absolutely not this is the expansionist power hungry state requires expansionism in order to continue to fund its failing dictatorship I mean this is a dirty little secret that's kinda is that funded a China is been finding everything on the back of that communist regimes do not have any sort of serious economic autarky they're not able to run on their own they have to do it all through that led growth which is what China has been doing for years and now they're attempting a form of economic colonialism by putting out there this this technology cortical for free simply so they can then leverage it in terms of policy in essence according to the U. K. guardian Johnson has signed up to unknown unknown authorizing Chinese participation in vital national infrastructure where future vulnerabilities are impossible to assess the need for constant an ongoing vigilance especially if China continues to develop its authoritarian domineering tendencies at home and abroad under the leadership of season paying which of course is exactly what China is down to do I tried is not gonna let up on any of this in the near future out into the world ought to be a lot a lot more wary of what exactly the Chinese are up to and if this this epidemic springing from China is not an indicator that China cannot handle its own internal business even then I don't know what exactly is already coming up will be joined by expert from the heritage foundation Justin bogey talking about impeachment and all else relevant in these plus we'll be.

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"huawei" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"huawei" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A. E. system snapped up more than two billion dollars in U. S. defense technology assets that Raytheon and United technologies were forced to sell in order to gain antitrust approval for their merger be a E. said Monday that it will by the military Global Positioning System arm of UTC's Collins aerospace unit for one point nine billion dollars and Raytheon's airborne tactical radios operation at a cost of two hundred seventy five million defense lawyers argue a senior executive of the Chinese tech giant Huawei should not be extradited to the U. S. because her actions would not be considered crimes under Canadian law Bloomberg Susanna Palmer takes a look the extradition hearing for a while a chief financial officer Mang one show is set to begin today manning the daughter of while is founder was arrested in Canada and faces charges of committing fraud to try I innovated US sanctions on Iran last week the Canadian department of justice released a document supporting its case that the allegations against a man do mise en extradition test making them criminal under Canadian law defense lawyers dispute that claim arguing it's not a legal in Canada to do business with Iran Susanna Palmer Bloomberg radio do Lloyd's annual reading this report shows that corporate executives are increasingly concerned about environmental issues and see them as threats to their business operations the report is based on a survey of more than two thousand global managers and public sector leaders checking the numbers London's footsie is down four tenths percent production Germany up by a fraction the Nikkei in Japan finished higher by two tenths percent the hang sang in Hong Kong off nine tenths percent global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than one hundred twenty countries I'm mark mills this is.

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"huawei" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"huawei" Discussed on Geek News Central

"For for ten years? Ever have a password chew has set up to auto fill and it's the wrong one interest driving you crazy while you know that you when you're logging into website. There is a way to reveal that password when it's not being shown to you. There's some little tricks to work around that. oftentimes it's a right trick. A right click or control. Click on the password. Box inspect back the element and that will often open it. Up C- concede so if you run into that problem. I know that I do from time to time stuff gets out of SYNC. He can definitely checkout with pastors trying to be using corrected. Lift is sued or lift with suited in Los Angeles over alleged sexual assault by a driver. It's the latest have dozens of lawsuits brought against a right hailing company over alleged Groping Kidnapping and Rape Twenty women join together in a sexual assault lawsuit against Lift Act and all the women in these legal actions alleged. They were sexually assaulted by lift drivers in situations range from groping to kidnapping to rape at least fifty six lawsuits involving these sorts of allegations have now been filed against the ride hailing company since August and again. This was in the Los Angeles Superior Court and again was brought on behalf of a twenty three year old woman. She can't drive in walk and has a severe limp because of several brain surgeries and she was taken advantage of. So Oh she's part of a bigger suit with other women so this is This is concerning it really really is so ladies if you're if you're taking lifted Uber You know keep that me send pepper. Spray handy or make sure your request as to woman driver which he can do on most of these APPs Waymo has launched an APP as it reflects his first years of its robot taxi service. It's done one hundred thousand trips since two thousand seventeen. Of course it's working in Phoenix Arizona suburban Phoenix Arizona and Waymo Abbas been available download from the Google. Google play store since April of two thousand nineteen. But now there isn't I o s APP available again. These are a fully driverless rides. And a Eh you're going to be very hard To get white listed for the service so you may not be cruising along. They're very selective on which writers mm-hmm they're going to allow into the service but we'll see where this leads and again. It's still lot of testing going on google fiber..

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"huawei" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"huawei" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Huawei launching a new battle against the FCC the company has filed a lawsuit claiming it is ruled barring American carriers from using federal subsidies to buy Huawei equipment for online security is discriminatory song Li Peng is always legal officer the fact he is banned in a company like a folly just because we studied the in China this does not solve any samples of Cody challenges this ship Richard Malone out as head of the buffalo New York archdiocese ABC's David Wright says he had come under fire for releasing a review that showed an incomplete list of priests with credible allegations of sexual misconduct bishop Malone initiated such a review back in March of two thousand eighteen and he came out with a list of forty two names of buffalo priests who he said had credibly been accused of sexual misconduct it turns out that the real list is more than a hundred names long they're more than two hundred lawsuits pending against the buffalo diocese a new study on a possible link between cancer and hair dye a large study forty six thousand women with a family history of breast cancer who use permanent hair dyes or straighteners were found overall to have a nine percent increase associated risks of breast cancer when they looked at it by race forty five percent increase risk for African American women overall and if those women were frequent users of hair dye that risk one up to sixty percent that's A. B. C.'s Dr Jennifer Ashton this is ABC news there's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen.

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"huawei" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:47 min | 3 years ago

"huawei" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are live from the BBC one of the casualties of the trade war between the US and China is the Chinese tech giant Huawei the Rudy concerns in the west about security but now American trade restrictions are threatening to block the firm's access to the android operating system which belongs to Google and that's already course far away to leverage full cost for growth today though it unveiled its own operating system is called harmony accident apparently is ready to go as a backup for android at short notice I've been talking to Hadley Simmons editor of time droid authority an independent online magazine what does he make have to do that today's announcement wow is it active nonsense that that's the plan be they they look the same you for calling cues and or in the future then we can immediately switch to already is but the plan is to stick to android it's also being used for the other devices the first device with harmony is would in fact be a TV that will be lost tomorrow cold feet on a vision so it's definitely a play for the White ecosystem more so at this point I want to think that calling it a plan B. and that they draw the stick with android I mean isn't that sort of admitting that their own system isn't as good as android well I think the key here is Google services you know your G. email you'll Google play store your maps and all those kind of things if what we do with the least this harmony always always been smartphones charges all high that you won't have these Google services on board and they'll even said party except the lie on Google's framework on android such a Snapchat but I think neither party cool all while we once while way to use an alternative operating system because Google these were always you know key into the west with Europe and all that and if they prefer Google powered phones that means more people using Google services so it's only sensible to while we to want to have a backup plan just in case but I think we will be seeing more all how many of these phones and android phones before we does decide to those on the always phone which you might say they will do given Olasky given the limitations of this new operating system it's not going to be great for wall where I might put people off so they will need to rely on and to grow you know AT least the sticks for the five you nations for smartphone growth and market share and while ways market you between may and June topping nine percent in these five countries so that was also right twin a US trade ban and local news happened so a nine percent talk just on the ship using Google so you can imagine what it'd be like you while we decided to to talk Google completely presumably this is being some years in development they haven't just come out with this because of the the trade and security row is that right yeah I know for sure so any any company developing their own operating system wouldn't just be a case of working on it for like four months five months and and having us a finished product or product to show when you lose all those were always home grown for heating system date two twenty twelve so while the U. S. K. band males speed up development in innocence this has definitely been from the looks of it a multi year project and just one final thought you think customers will have confidence in hallways operating system security yes so while this the how many is is open source which means anyone can go in there and have a look at the code will change it so that means people can go in there and see whether you secure and then there's also elaborated on the late I'll give security measures so it certainly sounds like a secure system source nature means we'll find out quickly when I was a tech journalist hardly Simon speaking to me from South Africa in Germany all right violence is back in the news in June fountain live K. leading conservative politician have been outspoken in support of refugees was shot dead the accused is a right wing extremist Lucas death was the first fall right murder of a politician since nineteen forty five but since the huge influx of refugees and migrants over the past three years politicians at every level are reporting an increase in threats and violence from the far right to mass have been stamped hundreds of other say they've been physically assaulted but in one area of Berlin in the southeast and district of Noida cones local residents has not just politicians being targeted they say anyone critical of the far right is at risk correspondent in Berlin Daming get McGinnis send this report at the hung up fuzzy Molotov cocktails give off an assist us lots of US one yes either of us would be twenty twenty I did this by Molotov cocktail gonna untouched food Molotov cocktails against the wall of a home rocks through the windows a neo **** graffiti on the side of her house for years just got a shot has been targeted by right wing extremists it all started when she was doing some gardening at home a group of men came into the front garden to for the leaflets and has lots of books which story was an election fly if the German fall right and the she said she didn't want that source of material in her home the man then threatened Christiana and told the that she was it from them again and she did on this test nine just because I said no to them our whole life has been completely turned upside down there was seven attacks in my home we've been threatened we've had anonymous letters and phone calls Sir I've now come to the southern parts of my code in its quest residential area on the man about to meet is call FedEx and he is a local listing politician it is the media is.

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"huawei" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"huawei" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Daybreak here where we check the markets for you. Every fifty minutes say, Modiin Morrison of the two issues, dominating the markets, really big elections in India and Australia and upset in Australia. Sees Ashley osy Stokes of Ozzy Dollah and Ozzy two year bones. All the biggest move is, on my way by global macro movers screens, GMO O'neil on your Bloomberg terminal, the sex two hundred by one point seven percent, a bit closer to home. They is six hundred gains declines a tenth of one percent, Footsie-100 gains a tenth of one percents, that dykes will said we attend the cat countdown to tenths of one percent. We still quite a bit of red in Asia's CSI three hundred for example week eight ten percent. Shanghai, calm down full tenths of one percent. The hangover Radi foam, the blow up in the US China trade that we saw last week in terms of futures. King ahead to the US open. Dow Jones even if each gained two tenths of one percent, s&p five hundred features that will say and just a quick note, but in the phone space with down a basis point on US tenure benchmarks two point four zero two also lower almost basis points across Europe, a full gem and been yields French, French bench, moans, and guilt. So say at one zero four six this morning, it's a closer look at some of those stories we're following in detail. You've got Google moving to spend some business ties with Huawei Trump administration last week banned telecom equipment giant from doing business in the United States. The Trump administration is citing national security concerns. More from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Sources say Google will end business relationships that involve the transfer of non-public hardware software and technical services to hallway, under the new rules while way, we'll.

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"huawei" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"huawei" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"So that I think that's part of the of the, you know, a problem that we having was discomforted that has become number one by receiving help from basically, you know, the company's policy of China, the Chinese state. Okay. But the flip side to that. I mean, this is this is a global picture here. The flip side of that is I I've been reading some critics saying, hey, look, the United States is the government is really focused on hallway because it's trying to protect US companies. Right. And it's using it's using the tools of government to do. So I mean is there any credence to that criticism? Because for example, I was reading that folks are pointing to hallways. What for? Forty percent growth in the sales of handsets, for example, versus apple having flatlined on the iphone, and you know, perhaps this is a conspiracy theory. I don't know. But is it not out of the realm of possibility that there is a form of protectionism going on here as well? Sure. An an and the hallway products are good products, and they'll cheap. So that if people would actually buy them. So I agree with you. There is there is certainly some kind of protectionism. But at the beginning when while we was lounged it started domestically. Never forget that the there's a problem with I accessing the Chinese market as well. There's a lack of recip- prostate used to be a very open. I mean, at least they were, you know, all kinds of manufacturers at the beginning in China, you know, providing systems and all this tale gone now, it's all Chinese at the same time. You have you know, massive Chinese investments and presence around the word, including hallway ends. At TI and others. And and you know, a, meanwhile, the the Chinese market is not open. Right. That's a bit of an unfair process there. Well, Jessica Rosenthal. Let me turn back to you as the FCC Commissioner because they're sort of several layers to this five G question. We'd be talking about we've been talking about China's development domestically in China of five G and the advantages that might confer to them. And then also there's the question of companies Chinese companies like Huawei selling the infrastructure to other nations. But I also want to know from your perspective. What are the major obstacles right here in the United States from advancing the five G networks here? I mean everyone's talking about it like it's coming. But but is it? Oh, it's absolutely coming. But we do have to obstacles the first is working to have to take airwaves to market. That's the spectrum all around us and start making it available to wireless carriers for licensed and unlicensed purposes, so.

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"huawei" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"huawei" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I mean, I'm confused. I'm like the accident. Confused, you either. I've got no idea. What's coming on today? You walk me through it. There's eight amendments the telegraph published four hours ago, a compromise. That looks really really serious really thought out it is called. Well, I don't have it in front of me right now. This is breaking just now Theresa May plans to reopen withdrawal agreement with the EU to renegotiate the backstop that's out moments ago. There are fourteen moving parts here all wrapped around Ireland in the backstop. What are they going to do with the border? That's the central. Despites the Irish prime minister last week about the emotion executives for the Irish people the emotional Arlene foster came out in support of the new compromise conservative parties trying to come up with its leaving remainders coming together. The us already said in the last hour. Yeah. Maybe let's move on while way. What's your observation there to me? I you can't separate while away from trade. Did you see the press release from the J? Let me read some of it to you because it's amazing the alleged conduct described in the Deichmann occurred from two thousand twelve to two thousand fourteen and includes an internal Huawei announcement that the company was offering bonuses to employers who succeeded in stealing confidential information from other companies just one of the allegations in this release, and Tom what's interesting about this. And I think we should really underline this. This isn't about the United States versus hallway. It is the western world versus there is a real chance to European governments will ban Huawei equipment in. Networks Vodafone in the last week as well. Pulling back to. So this is something that goes beyond the United States as quickly as our Kevin cirilli said, this has a Republican and democrat Democratic Party gold. Curry was the last time we went long gold on the show. It fourteen hundred hour about thirteen hundred at the moment. So he thinks we got another one hundred dollars of the next twelve month earnings, and this is really really important three 'em out with a misfortune. It's a little bit stocks off a little bit. This is becoming a habit yet. And this isn't just one sector. We had apple at the start of the year to kick things off twenty nine thousand nine consumer demand. We have chipmakers getting battered all over the place. We've had all of the automakers facing weakness and headwinds in China. We even had a paint make its home paint mica, the industrial activity wasn't good either. So we've got a whole range of companies that go beyond a whole range of say that say the same thing, and it goes down to narrow and Borussia Davos with I just market with a one point five percent statistic on this first quarter. Nobody's expecting that to continue. But there's the, but I mean, he just and the resources with China whenever we get a bout of weakness like this. There is a waste. Belief quite widely held belief that the Chinese authorities can stabilize the situation that storage may still hasn't changed when I listened to other people, but I just wanted to Tom how out right idea actually is one final idea, and this is absolutely critical now vet Bill, I got home last night that the vet Bill folks is doc the vet Bill is just fired up after what was heard on Bloomberg radio yesterday because this is all our how a John talking doll kicked. You know what he's thoughts about kicking ya? I said I was angry. I didn't wait you set your getting angry at home and thinking about kicking you. Okay. Thank you, which is a long way from doing. Because CNN says you kick the dog, this is the love of my life. I need to point out. Okay. If if the supreme court rules that it's okay. I would marry this dog. Know this alive. Mike in front of you open..

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