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Clark Stanley: The Rattlesnake King

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:24 min | Last month

Clark Stanley: The Rattlesnake King

"Oil is an actual product that is created from chinese water snakes also known as irabu snakes. It's been used as a traditional chinese remedy for centuries chinese water. Snakes live in ponds and rice paddies. They're slightly venomous snakes under a meter that feed on fish and infineon's the snake oil which is derived from the water. Snakes is very high in the omega. Three fatty acid known as epa snake oil was and is considered by many people to be effective in relieving the pain of ailments such as arthritis bursitis and sore muscles. A modern study found that oil from chinese water. Snakes actually allowed mice to perform better on cognitive tests. Take for that what you will. The chinese workers began to share their remedy with american workers who are working on the railroad and the product began to grow in popularity as the demand for snake. Oil grew people began to figure out ways to meet that demand. Enter into the story. One clark stanley. The self proclaimed rattlesnake king stanley wanted to meet the new demand for snake oil so he created a product known as clark stanley. Snake oil intimate. Just knowing that the word snake was in the title he began using rattlesnakes for the product however a rattlesnake is not a water snake and they have totally different fat profiles eventually however he totally abandoned. The idea of putting rattlesnake oil in the product altogether for twenty four years stanley traveled around the country. Touting the medicinal benefits of his snake oil intimate he created a massive show that he toured with positioning himself Frontiers mun while creating an elaborate backstory. He sold the product at western shows around the country. He claimed that the recipe for his snake oil lyneham. It came from a hoppy medicine. Man the hoppy did not have anything resembling snake oil and at no point. Did he ever mention the chinese origins of the product. Moreover stanley made claims about the product which went far beyond with your original chinese snake. Oil was used for stanley claim that it would cure. Rheumatism sciatica lumbago a sore throat. Frost-bites tooth aches and many other ailments in one famous demonstration at the eighteen ninety. Three chicago world's fair he's supposedly the product in front of a live crowd science writer. Joe schwarz wrote quote stanley. Reach into a sack plucked out a snake slit it open and plunged it into boiling water when the fat rose to the top. He skimmed it off and used it on the spot to create stanley snake. Oil ligament that was immediately snapped up the throng that had gathered to watch the spectacle

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European Union Pushes for 'Digital Sovereignty'

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:42 min | 6 months ago

European Union Pushes for 'Digital Sovereignty'

"Like many other governments. The european union passed a massive coronavirus recovery package setting aside trillions of dollars to get the economy back up and running on the other side of the pandemic but also included in what is extensively a covert relief. Plan is a more than one hundred and fifty billion dollar pledge to bolster the technological independence one of the plans. Big goals is for europe to make up about twenty percent of global chip sales by twenty thirty. Which would be double their current market. Share it's all part of the blocks broader ambition of catching up to countries like the us and china when it comes to technology for more on this we turn to our reporters do. Hey stu thanks for being here. Thanks for having me okay. So why is the eu making this pledge. Now what's been going on in the tech sector that europe feels. It needs to address one of the things that the pandemic really showed was how dependent european technology is and other parts of the world especially for things like computer chips. So there's a global chip shortage right now and one of the reasons that there's been an unexpected surge for things that require computer chips so we're talking about laptops and tablets is part phones for for people who are doing remote work and schooling. But another thing that you might not think about requiring a lot chips cars cars now required dozens of chips for things like controlling the engine transmission. Backup cameras infotainment systems stuff like that and europe has a huge car industry. Yet you're thinking we're thinking companies like mercedes and bmw. Volkswagen and some of these companies has had to have to cut production and even furlough workers idol factories because the bill the cars. Because there aren't enough chipped going round in this world so the idea behind this is to have the european semiconductor companies have greater presence in the world so that these car companies don't have to go to places like the united states and asia by chips rate and i think when we think of the major global players in tack we think of the us we think of trying to and others we don't necessarily think of the e us tech scene. So what does the industry look like. They're now and how likely is push to work. As far as semiconductors are concerned the us and asia really dominate the sector. So you think of big companies like intel and does samsung. Tsmc there either in the us or asia. So you're trying to play catch up right now so you're does have a couple of big semiconductor companies like annex p. and am allen. The netherlands infineon in germany. But they are sort of in niches of the semiconductor industry. They focus on things like making the machines that make chips for instance or for specialized chips cars or industrial uses. They don't have the big chips that go into data centers or laptops or smartphones. Like the us or asia dies. So that's what they're trying to do. They're trying to really spur. This hub homegrown industry. But there's not a lot to start with and the learning curve for developing these really tough technology that requires really expensive manufacturing facilities. It's really steep and it's a nine years. That's a short amount of time to try to become a bigger player in the global chip industry right nine years till bat. Twenty thirty goal. They set for themselves. So why do they see this. As such a big priority. One of the stakes for the eu. One of the things That they realize was that volkswagen for instance they had to furlough workers idol factories because they couldn't get enough chips and they had to get those chips from other parts of the world. So this is a really really big deal for their economy. If some of their biggest industries can't operate because they're reliant in other regions. That's a huge problem for them. And that's that's been a story of their tech sector. In general for the past several years steel is the eu the only government taking steps like this or are we seeing similar action from others. The eu is not alone. And that's going to make its attempt to catch up and the chip industry even tougher one country. That's poured a lot of resources into advancing. Its domestic chip industry china. They set up. These huge government finds sometimes worth tens of billions of dollars in an attempt to catch up with places like the us and taiwan. Now the us in response they recently. The congress recently passed its own legislation to sponsor projects to spur the us chip industry. And each of these projects might be worth billions of dollars. They might get billions of dollars in tax taxpayer aid or financial incentives to build facilities in america to try to stay ahead of places like china. So that's going to be a really tough thing for europe to do is first of all the competing against two very well funded region and china and the us plus they're starting from from a smaller base and that's a couple of countries working to build up sort of technological independence. What does it mean that. So many governments are focused on that. What kind of impact could that have right now. We're talking about the potential decoupling of the tech sector. So there's been tariffs and expert controls between the us and china basically for something like chip industry is really important for a couple of reasons. One is military. The most advanced fighter jets and tanks and drones require really sophisticated chips. Artificial intelligence requires skated chip. So the wars of the future going to be determined could be determined by semiconductors on top of that there is a economic independence. If you're an apple samsung you need the most advanced chips to build your best laptops and smartphones. So we're talking hundreds of billions of dollars at stake here. If countries can't trade technology with with each other we're gonna see slower development of things like electronics. So we're talking billions of dollars at stake and possibly slower development if people have countries aren't willing to share technology with each other.

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Samsung Launches 980 NVMe SSD that Combines Speed and Affordability

Daily Tech News Show

03:42 min | 7 months ago

Samsung Launches 980 NVMe SSD that Combines Speed and Affordability

"Samsung announced a follow up to its nine. Seventy yvo solid state drive called the nine eighty the drive is an m v m e. m two three point drive and cost between fifty dollars for the two hundred fifty two hundred gigabyte model to one hundred and thirty dollars for the one terabyte version. This is samsung's i d ram less. Mvm e ssd it takes advantage of the host memory buffer feature in the n. m. e. specification instead which also brings the price down. Samsung says the nine hundred can achieve speeds of up to six times that of a saudi-based s. Cbs news reports. The twitter is suing texas attorney general. Ken paxton in federal court following an investigation. The attorney general launched into twitter after it banned former president trump twitter alleges the attorney general is violating the first amendment by trying to punish the social network for exercising free speech rights over the content hosts. Criollo is ten years old and in celebration. Google announced new tools coming to the platform. A feature called phone hub. Will you find an android phone from a chrome os device together with one. Click and check. Your phone's battery. Life wifi sink. Lets you automatically connect to wi fi networks that your android phone. It's nearby share. Lets you easily share. Files between chrome os in android devices without needing an internet connection. Cremona screen reader is getting improved controls and clipboard can now store up to five things apple released. Ios fourteen four dot one an important security update to address a web. Kit vulnerability update aims to prevent code execution in safari and third party browser. So go do that right away. Apple also released a preliminary update from its women's health study team at harvard chan school of public health. The study of ten thousand participants in the research found that menstrual cycle symptoms included some that are less commonly known or disgust such as gastric issues and sleep changes. This kind of data can help. Researchers better understand various health conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome infertility and menopause amazon is expanding its amazon one technology which lets customers pay inside a store by scanning their palms to identify themselves expanding to more stores in the greater seattle area. It's now available. In amazon. Forced star store in lynwood and in the coming weeks and amazon books store and bellevue. And it's forced our and pop up stores in south lake. Union amazon says twelve of its physical stores will soon feature the technology will give you a dollar if you take a picture of yourself with palm pilot trying to use it to log in at one of those games all right. Let's a little more about what's going on with the european union. Your opinion union has pledged more than one hundred fifty billion dollars to develop next-generation tech industries as part of its two trillion economic recovery package. The plan sets goal for europe to produce at least twenty percent of the world's semiconductors by value to twenty by value by twenty thirty. So got a little under ten years to double it. Last year produced ten percents. The biggest european chip companies are infineon and an x. P. which make chips for automotive and industrial customers a snl in the netherlands makes equipment used for chip-making plants taiwan in the us or leaders in the space but companies like tsmc and intel europe has had success encouraging domestic industry before with airbus gsm technology but domestic tech self reliance is becoming a trend last month. The us launched a review of supply chain disruptions with references to encourage domestic production china built chip-making self reliance into its latest five-year plan as well

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Why Does the Hellbender Salamander Need Our Help?

BrainStuff

03:42 min | 1 year ago

Why Does the Hellbender Salamander Need Our Help?

"Lauren Vogel here. A remote freshwater streams somewhere in the eastern United States the waters cool. There's a reasonably fast current, and the bottom is littered with big flat. Rocks sounds peaceful, doesn't it? What you're imagining is a perfect environment for trout, and for something else to every so often anglers who cast their lines in such places wind up catching North America's biggest salamander. This thing leaves an impression specimens measuring twenty nine inches long. That's seventy three centimeters have been documented and the beefy EST adults way forty five pounds. That's about two to two and a half kilos. These four legged amphibians have compressed heads and torsos, meaning that judging by outward appearance. It thinks someone had squished these critters flat with a rolling pin. Another key attribute is there brown to Greyish skin which hangs noticeably loose around their flanks. Early settlers didn't know what to make of. These guys baffled by their appearance. Some folks began calling them that offers devil dogs or mud devils. The species would receive. Scientific name crypto branches allegany intil eighteen. Oh! But nowadays most people know this strange salamander. The Hell Bender. Hell benders are divided into two sub species northern Arkansas and southern Missouri are the home of the endangered ozark. Hell Bender the eastern hell. Bender has a broader distribution having spread itself across the Great Appalachian region and parts of the Midwest. Though sadly, it also got conservationists worried. Some Amphibians are equally at home on land and in the water, but hell benders are more or less totally aquatic. Their skin absorbs oxygen, pulling it straight out of the water that leaves Hell Benders at the mercy of pollutants and excess silt runoff dumped into their streams by forest. Clearing projects sure doesn't help. One report published in two thousand seven by the US. Fish and Wildlife Service estimated that the ozark hell bender will become functionally extinct by the year twenty, twenty six in less protective measures are taken. As Twenty nineteen. It was still classified as endangered by the US fish and Wildlife Service which said that in some good news, most populations of the hell bender. Endanger of extinction and therefore do not warrant listing under the endangered species, act. To help boost populations of the ozark hell bender. The Saint Louis Zoo teamed up with the Missouri Department of Conservation and established a successful breeding program in twenty eleven. And just last year Pennsylvania reading awareness about this wonderful species by naming the eastern Hell Bender it's official State Amphibian. Maybe such efforts will improve the Salamanders PR. There's a pervasive belief that the hell bender has venomous bite, but this is untrue. The Hell Bender wheeled no venom and spite rumors to the contrary. The Infineon's do not hurt game fish populations. crawfish make up over ninety percent of the hell. Benders Diet, other potential prey items include tadpoles, smaller, Salamanders and small fish. The creatures are most active at night. They spend their days taking refuge under submerged logs or stream bottom rocks,

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"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

"Infineon was claiming the phantom would include found its way into that prototype, which is something. At least not all those sports were working, but then if the company wanted to create a proof of concept Kinda, show how the system would work in might only focus on the necessary components to get to perform as needed for a demo. So in other words, if you're shopping at around trying to get some investors to give you money, you might have a mockup where it's not a fully functional. Unit, but you want to show off. The concept said you can get the funding to complete it. That doesn't necessarily mean that. The company is shady or suspicious. In any way, a presumably the finished product would have included all of the working components that were being talked about in their press releases. That would also mean customers. We get a keyboard and mouse in what infineon labs was calling a lap pad and this was an attempt to make it easier to play pea style games on a home television in your living room. Many PC games are compatible with game controllers, but some games like first person shooters or real time strategy games tend to work best using a mouse and keyboard approach. If you use a controller and you go up against someone else's using mouse and keyboard. You'll probably find your paternity handed to you. So what about the online service? Part of this whole package will labs plan to operate a virtual private games, network or VP? And this is a special type of virtual private network or VPN, and you may have used bbn's for work, or for your own computers, for those of you who are unfamiliar with the idea. Let me give you a real quick high level rundown, so a VPN creates a private network across a public network, so take the Internet for example. That's a public network. Network anyone can hop on or off at any time, private networks require access to machines on the network itself, so like a physical private network is completely separate from any other network, or it only has very controlled portals to other networks and the only way you can get on that physical network is if you have access to a machine that's connected to it. A VPN simulates that it's not a true private network, but through code creates a situation that is essentially like that, and it can send that communication across a larger public network. This means communication across the. VPN is encrypted to protect data from snoopers. Might as well just use a public network in the first place. It's typically used by businesses to allow remote employees access to company intranet. Systems other folks might use VPN to communicate securely with other people or to access services that might otherwise be blocked in their real physical location, so you might log into a VPN and use that in order to access something that otherwise you would not be able to touch from wherever you are. It's really handy. If you happen to be in a country that has a you know. A more nanny state kind of approach to guiding Howell the Internet should be used by the population. So why would infineon labs to operate a VP in well mostly it's to lock a customer into an ecosystem and here's how the business plan would have worked. If it ever launched you decide. You're going to go out and buy a phantom console. Actually you can have a couple of different options. You could purchase one for one hundred ninety nine dollars. At least that was one of the amounts quoted, which is actually incredibly cheap. or You, could rent it, or you could sign up for a two year subscription agreement with envenom labs on their virtual private games network, and if you subscribe for two years, you would get the hardware for free. So the subscription would cost twenty nine dollars ninety five cents a month, and for that you would be able to use the phantom network to download games to stream games to play games online with other people. You would have access to a suite of games right away. That would be included with your subscription fee, so you wouldn't have to pay any extra for a certain library of games. If you wanted games that were beyond that library and inviting him. Labs had secured the rights. You would be able to download demo versions of those for free, and if you wanted to purchase it, you could do so through infineon labs is online store and download the game directly to the console. The console would keep track of how much storage space was left, and it could even dynamically manage it so. He started getting close to your limit. Remember that forty gigabyte limit. Let's say you start getting close to that. Ask these days I wouldn't take long at all. Because Games are so huge, but let's talk about two thousand, three, two, thousand four. You started getting close that forty gigabyte limit well. The Phantom would end up deleting older games that you had not played in A. A long time, but the service would keep track of which games you had purchased, so if you ever decide, you wanted to go back. Play an old title. Then you could download it again for free. Because he had already purchased it previously, so there'd be a record of the fact that you had bought it before, and you wouldn't have to buy it a second time. Now, in many ways, this is how subscription services like xbox gold memberships work today. The business plan sounded actually pretty solid. It was very innovative for its time. There'd be incentive for Gamers to subscribe month after month because they could get access to the games within the library as well as a chance to buy other brand new games possibly at a discount because you're not buying them the physical media, although now we know that doesn't always work out that way. You don't always get a discount just because you're not buying. A disk. It can be just as expensive or sometimes more expensive to buy the digital version, which is infuriating for a lot of people there are also hints that game titles. could come out a little earlier, so you could get them much quicker than you would. If you were to have to go to the store, there was no danger of them selling out. You don't have to worry about. Pre registering for a game and hoping that the the local game stop or whatever game store you would go to would have enough copies on launch day. You can just download it, so there were definite reasons that a Gamer might be interested in this, although the thought of having to pay an ongoing subscription service to keep using a video game console that you had already purchased rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. It was an idea that maybe wasn't quite..

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"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

"Infineon was claiming the phantom would include found its way into that prototype, which is something. At least not all those sports were working, but then if the company wanted to create a proof of concept Kinda, show how the system would work in might only focus on the necessary components to get to perform as needed for a demo. So in other words, if you're shopping at around trying to get some investors to give you money, you might have a mockup where it's not a fully functional. Unit, but you want to show off. The concept said you can get the funding to complete it. That doesn't necessarily mean that. The company is shady or suspicious. In any way, a presumably the finished product would have included all of the working components that were being talked about in their press releases. That would also mean customers. We get a keyboard and mouse in what infineon labs was calling a lap pad and this was an attempt to make it easier to play pea style games on a home television in your living room. Many PC games are compatible with game controllers, but some games like first person shooters or real time strategy games tend to work best using a mouse and keyboard approach. If you use a controller and you go up against someone else's using mouse and keyboard. You'll probably find your paternity handed to you. So what about the online service? Part of this whole package will labs plan to operate a virtual private games, network or VP? And this is a special type of virtual private network or VPN, and you may have used bbn's for work, or for your own computers, for those of you who are unfamiliar with the idea. Let me give you a real quick high level rundown, so a VPN creates a private network across a public network, so take the Internet for example. That's a public network. Network anyone can hop on or off at any time, private networks require access to machines on the network itself, so like a physical private network is completely separate from any other network, or it only has very controlled portals to other networks and the only way you can get on that physical network is if you have access to a machine that's connected to it. A VPN simulates that it's not a true private network, but through code creates a situation that is essentially like that, and it can send that communication across a larger public network. This means communication across the. VPN is encrypted to protect data from snoopers. Might as well just use a public network in the first place. It's typically used by businesses to allow remote employees access to company intranet. Systems other folks might use VPN to communicate securely with other people or to access services that might otherwise be blocked in their real physical location, so you might log into a VPN and use that in order to access something that otherwise you would not be able to touch from wherever you are. It's really handy. If you happen to be in a country that has a you know. A more nanny state kind of approach to guiding Howell the Internet should be used by the population. So why would infineon labs to operate a VP in well mostly it's to lock a customer into an ecosystem and here's how the business plan would have worked. If it ever launched you decide. You're going to go out and buy a phantom console. Actually you can have a couple of different options. You could purchase one for one hundred ninety nine dollars. At least that was one of the amounts quoted, which is actually incredibly cheap. or You, could rent it, or you could sign up for a two year subscription agreement with envenom labs on their virtual private games network, and if you subscribe for two years, you would get the hardware for free. So the subscription would cost twenty nine dollars ninety five cents a month, and for that you would be able to use the phantom network to download games to stream games to play games online with other people. You would have access to a suite of games right away. That would be included with your subscription fee, so you wouldn't have to pay any extra for a certain library of games. If you wanted games that were beyond that library and inviting him. Labs had secured the rights. You would be able to download demo versions of those for free, and if you wanted to purchase it, you could do so through infineon labs is online store and download the game directly to the console. The console would keep track of how much storage space was left, and it could even dynamically manage it so. He started getting close to your limit. Remember that forty gigabyte limit. Let's say you start getting close to that. Ask these days I wouldn't take long at all. Because Games are so huge, but let's talk about two thousand, three, two, thousand four. You started getting close that forty gigabyte limit well. The Phantom would end up deleting older games that you had not played in A. A long time, but the service would keep track of which games you had purchased, so if you ever decide, you wanted to go back. Play an old title. Then you could download it again for free. Because he had already purchased it previously, so there'd be a record of the fact that you had bought it before, and you wouldn't have to buy it a second time. Now, in many ways, this is how subscription services like xbox gold memberships work today. The business plan sounded actually pretty solid. It was very innovative for its time. There'd be incentive for Gamers to subscribe month after month because they could get access to the games within the library as well as a chance to buy other brand new games possibly at a discount because you're not buying them the physical media, although now we know that doesn't always work out that way. You don't always get a discount just because you're not buying. A disk. It can be just as expensive or sometimes more expensive to buy the digital version, which is infuriating for a lot of people there are also hints that game titles. could come out a little earlier, so you could get them much quicker than you would. If you were to have to go to the store, there was no danger of them selling out. You don't have to worry about. Pre registering for a game and hoping that the the local game stop or whatever game store you would go to would have enough copies on launch day. You can just download it, so there were definite reasons that a Gamer might be interested in this, although the thought of having to pay an ongoing subscription service to keep using a video game console that you had already purchased rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. It was an idea that maybe wasn't quite..

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"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

13:23 min | 1 year ago

"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

"At lexus dot slash curiosity now before. I get into all the controversy that surrounds the Phantom. I thought it'd be a good idea to talk about what it was supposed to have. Inside of it What kind of connectors that was supposed to? Have you know how it was going to connect to your television and talk a little bit more about the subscription service and the online element to this to kind of get an idea of? What exactly was supposed to come out? Now keep in mind that not. All of this ever materialized also. This is dependent upon technology of the early two thousands even the TV technology at the time. So there's some things that you would have considered would have needed to be standard that were not included like Hd. I is not a component on the Phantom Specalist and that's largely because back in two thousand three not such a big thing but other things that you don't see as much anymore like composite or component video that definitely was part of it so for the standard components of the Phantom because you could also get optional components added on or at least in theory you could in reality. You couldn't get anything. The standard components were supposed to include a custom operating system on a windows. Xp Colonel So That custom operating system was to make it proprietary kind of like the operating systems you would encounter on other video game consoles and it would end up locking you into the Phantom's ecosystem It was supposed to have an. Amd Athlon XP twenty five hundred plus Central Processing Unit which would have have approximately one point eight Gigahertz of CPU power and it was supposed to have an Invidia G. Force fx fifty seven hundred ultra graphics processing is also supposed to have an nvidia enforced to ultra four hundred motherboard. Two hundred and fifty six megabytes main memory forty gigabyte hard drive dolby digital five point one surround sound onboard. Radio Frequency wireless modules. That would allow you to connect things like Wireless MOUSE WIRELESS CONTROLLERS wireless keyboards to this and s video. Rca or component video connections also composite as it would turn out a Ethernet net port so that you could actually plug that into your Internet connection. That was supposed to always be connected to the Internet. So you need to have something. A wireless controller a wireless keyboard and mouse two USB ports and four controller ports then there were some optional components you could add onto that which would include extra controllers either wireless or corded ones a keyboard and mouse with charging base station storage expansion for additional game storage. So you could double the amount of storage space on their in theory. A DSL modem a cable modem a wireless Wifi Card memory upgrades speaker sets and flat displays so in other words. You could go from something that you were supposed to talk to your TV to something. That would have potentially multiple screens although as far as I can tell they. The graphics card wasn't necessarily set up to support multiple displays. But that doesn't mean that it couldn't happen one thing. The Phantom did not have any sort of portable storage drive so there were no CD drives no DVD drives cartridges. No floppy disks. Nothing like that was ever supposed to go into. The Phantom. All material was meant to be downloaded or streamed directly to the console. Now you may hear some of those specs and say well that just sounds like it's a PC and really when you get down to it. That's what the Phantom was but then to be fair. All video game consoles ultimately end up becoming variations on the concept of a personal computer. The big difference is you've got some changes in architecture. Something like the playstation for has a architecture that's different than most P. C.'s And with console you typically are stuck with the hardware that the system came with when it first launched or whenever you bought it so if I go out and buy an xbox one today. It's hard for me to upgrade that I can probably upgrade the storage by adding external storage. But I'm not going to be able to upgrade the processor or graphics cards or anything like that with a pc you can actually upgrade components at least until you bump up against limitations. Like you've got stuff that's going to be too big for the size of case that you have or the motherboard will no longer support it something along those lines and technically you could keep on swapping out components air essentially building a new computer at that point rather than just upgrading but it is a possibility But consoles are different you pretty much have to wait for the next generation to buy up and increase your console's capabilities. The Phantom was meant to play. Pc Games so that was one concern. A lot of people had early on was that this in fact was to be a standalone video gaming console for the living room that would allow you play. Pc Games in the living room. Something that a lot of people have been trying to do and in fact today are still trying to do like steam boxes are essentially the same kind of approach. Even though you know that was the mission statement everyone was pointing out. Well what happens when the Games to advance to run on the hardware of the Phantom you would have to upgrade somehow and you could do some upgrades through firmware. But that's not gonNa make the processor work any faster necessarily or make the graphics card work harder so that was a big concern. Was that if in fact. This is essentially a customized personal computer running some proprietary software on top of it. Then what happens when the Games get to advanced now as it turns out there was never a need to answer that question but it was one of the early ones and as I mentioned earlier in this episode the console never hit the market so some people would refer to it as vaporware but All the components existed the stuff that they talked about really did exist. I mean all of those different elements. You could go out there and buy so. There was never a problem with that. There's just there was no consumer product that featured all of those in that configuration as a phantom console the couple of prototypes our show models that infineon labs with trot out at various events like CAS or e three and there's some debate and online circles as to whether those prototypes represented a real effort to create a phantom console. Or if they were in fact just run of the mill inside a customized case in some cases. It wasn't even that. According to one story I was reading a Games. Journalist went to e three and saw demonstration of the Phantom Console and sat down next to a representative from inviting him labs who is going to give a demo of the whole thing and they had the the console sitting in front of them and they tried to launch a game and it didn't work out properly and as it turned out The representative actually revealed to the Games journalists that the game itself was being run on a PC behind the cabinet that the console that was on display was in fact a dummy console. It didn't do anything. Just some lit up Letters that spelled out phantom but there was nothing going on inside of it now. That's not to say that. Every single instance was a fake console with a real pc behind the curtain wizard of Oz style but at least according to that one report that was the case now as it turns out years after the Phantom controversy at kind of fizzled out ars Technica would run a piece about reader named Eddy Schlessinger. Who worked at a computer repair shop in Venice? Florida now remember Infineon labs was originally located off Florida and around two thousand twelve. A customer brought in this weird PC CONSOLE. It was branded a phantom so apparently this customer had bought the set from someone else who had no idea what the heck this thing was for the princely sum of two hundred dollars now considering that it may be one of a kind or at least maybe one of a dozen or so. That's not bad schlesinger. Had a chance to crack it open and look under the hood and see what was there now remember. Schlesinger was telling ours Technica about this a few years later I think it was in twenty fifteen so about three years had passed so according to slash Schlesinger inside the prototype was a motherboard supposedly made by a seuss. That's what Schlesinger thought had the NVIDIA fx fifty seven hundred agp video card that had been announced it had DDR ram Some of the ports on the back were working and others were just for show it had video outputs composite component and s video connectors which again these days we would probably just use HD instead it also had audio output Jacks Optical Co. acts or RCA connectors and there were four USB ports. The system was not in working order so he ended up making some modifications to it and even installed a Phantom Promo video. He took a video. That had been circulated on the Internet for a while and he used that as sort of the load up screen for the console so that the customer could say that he owned a working phantom console. Now it sounds like a lot of the stuff. Infineon was claiming the phantom would include found. Its way into that prototype which is something at least not all those sports were working but then if the company wanted to create a proof of concept. Kinda show how the system would work in might only focus on the necessary components to get to perform as needed for a demo. So in other words if you're shopping at around trying to get some investors to give you money you might have a mockup where it's not a fully functional unit. But you want to show off the concept says you can get the funding to complete it. That doesn't necessarily mean that the company is shady or suspicious in any way a presumably the finished product would have included all of the working components that were being talked about in their press releases that would also mean customers. We get a keyboard and mouse. In what Infineon Labs was calling up pad and this was an attempt to make it easier to play pea style games on a home television in your living room many. Pc Games are compatible with game controllers but some games like first person shooters or real time. Strategy Games tend to work best using a mouse and keyboard approach. If you use a controller and you go up against someone else's using mouse and keyboard you'll probably find your paternity handed to you. So what about the online service? Part of this whole package will labs plan to operate a virtual private games network or VP? Then and this is a special type of virtual private network or VPN and you may have used bbn's for work or for your own computers for those of you who are unfamiliar with the idea. Let me give you a real quick high level rundown so a VPN creates a private network across a public network. So take the Internet for example. That's a public network. Anyone can hop on or off at any time. Private networks require access to machines on the network itself so like a physical private network is completely separate from any other network or it only has very controlled portals to other networks and the only way you can get on that physical network is if you have access to a machine that's connected to it a VPN simulates that it's not a true private network but through code creates a situation that is essentially like that and it can send that communication across a larger public network. This means communication across the VPN is encrypted to protect data from snoopers. Might as well just use a public network in the first place. It's typically used by businesses to allow remote employees access to company Intranet Systems Other folks might use VPN to communicate securely with other people or to access services that might otherwise be blocked in their real physical location. So you might log into a VPN and use that in order to access something that otherwise you would not be able to touch from wherever you are. It's really handy if you happen to be in a country that has a you know a more nanny state kind of approach to guiding Howell. The Internet should be used by the population. So why would infineon labs to operate a VP IN? Well mostly it's to lock a customer into an ecosystem and here's how the business plan would have worked if it ever launched you decide you're going to go out and buy a phantom console. Actually you can have a couple of different options. You could purchase one for one hundred ninety nine dollars. At least that was one of the amounts quoted which is actually incredibly cheap. Or You could rent it or you could sign up for a two year. Subscription agreement with envenom labs on their virtual private games network. And if you subscribe for two years you would get the hardware for free..

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Do Animals Get Married?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

09:57 min | 1 year ago

Do Animals Get Married?

"On this. Podcast we take questions from curious. Curious kids just like you all over the world and we find answers this week. We're answering questions about how other animals think and feel oh and behave and how those thoughts and feelings and behaviors are the same or different from humans to help guide us through your questions is Alissa asset airy. She's a graduate student at a place called Yale University but she doesn't spend all her time in a classroom or even in a research lab for my job August. I study animal behaviour and I specifically I just study monkey behavior site. Go out into an island. All the monkeys live and I watch chunkys behave and interact with each other and try to make connections about how those monkeys interact with each other with how humans interact with each each other to think more about how monkeys about the world. What parts of how humans think about the world are shared with? How lucky about the world doesn't that sound cool? And we thought her background would make her a perfect guest for today's show. Not only that. But Eliza says she's really passionate about making sure kids in particular no they can do the kind of job. I'm she does because she had no idea. This was even a possibility when she was your age. When I was a little kid I loved animals so so much and bless my mom? She just let me have everything in house like. Just let me bring any animal She is definitely a huge part. Definitely Fed got into my obsession with animals. Learning about animals like So I had all sorts of bugs and anything that I could catch outside in the house and it wasn't until I was a sophomore in college. I learned that people study in behavior for a living their whole job. That's now that's my whole job and I think if I could've told my childhood self I would have been so stoked. Okay here's the first question. Analysts is going to tackle high nine names Giddy. I live in Tacoma Washington announced five years old and my question is do any kind of animal get married a lot of people. Ask Me Discussion when I'm working especially because I work with some of our closest living relatives which ktar monkeys and People WanNa know like to the monkeys have relationship serve. They have anything that looks like marriage. When you think about what marriages it's it's kind of an agreement between two people who that they're going to raise their kids together and they're gonNA spend their life together And I think we do see some aspects of these things in other animals so there's a lot of ritual in or like doing different sorts of Behaviors ears and when you're trying to like core someone So there's like dancing and you gift giving and we do see that in some types of animals. I'M GONNA Pause Elissa for a second in here when she says there are a lot of rituals in how animals decide to pair up. Do you understand why that might be a similar thing to human marriage. A ritual is a set of actions or activities that people do the same way in a certain type of situation so when people get married they often follow rituals or traditions in their marriage ceremonies. Now there are all different kinds of marriages but sometimes for example. There's a first dance at a wedding where two people getting married danced to a song they've picked out that's meaningful to them or maybe a bride has her hands and feet painted an intricate intricate designs with Hannah before her wedding in some weddings one or both members of a couple might stop on and break glass other times a couple jumps over. A broom is part of their ceremony. There are tons of different customs or traditions that people like to follow or not follow when they get married. But let's get back to non human human animals Elissa is noting than in many cases. Different animals have rituals that they perform like one or both of the animals who want to get together engage in dancing for each other or one animal brings gifts to another animal. That's not marriage but it is a way that the two animals pair up and decide to get together and have this sort of communication about what their relationship is going to be and like with humans. There are a lot of different decisions. They go into two animals deciding whether or not to get together In terms of marriage the agreement to spend your life with someone. I think we do see that. A lot of animals. Also the term in animal behaviour it's called monogamy which means to share the same space over some period of time and for some species. This will mean gene they live together. Arrays babies together just for like one year or one season but there are some species of animals that live in pairs for their whole life. We see this most commonly in birds some birds you might recognize for instance some species of penguins like the Emperor Penguin they are thought to mate for life. I I spend their whole life with just one other individual and then there are some other birds. Say Even I had to look up to. There's a bird called the hornbill that meets her life. The Albatross is another bird that meets relief pretty uncommon and Infineon's and reptiles like snakes and Salamanders and lizards although it happens happens occasionally or fish. We don't really see it in fish that often either and then in mammals. It's pretty rare to so humans are mammals but also monkeys McKie's dogs cats horses and we see it in one species of monkeys. They think that the monkey is monogamous for their whole life again monogamy means. He's a pair or a couple that stays together and in many animals. It means that they have babies together. But don't make or try to have babies with any other the animal sometimes that just means for one season or one year and in some animals they share a partnership for their whole adult life or for many many many seasons or years. I think that's most similar to how people think of human marriage or partnerships. They often last for a very long time right more even a lifetime but not always human marriage is a very complicated thing and you should talk to the adults in your life about the values that your family holds around marriage. Marriage is often about love but the actual act of marriage is a contract a legal or a religious document that two to people entering a marriage sign agree to and certain rights and privileges go along with that document. The government is sometimes involved. If you have a religion login and you follow that religion sometimes religion is also involved. So it's pretty clear that other than humans. No animals signed documents and have have actual official marriages so the literal answer to duties. Question is no animals. Don't get married but marriage isn't isn't the only way to love someone or to form a partnership so another way we could ask about non human animals and how they pair up is do animals love each other in terms of love it gets tricky because you break it down to something very boring and biological and not very like loving at all. This is true when you speak to someone who studies like what you would call love in humans to because one way scientists study what love is is by looking at human membranes and the changes in our brains and our bodies when we say we're feeling love so we don't actually know for sure whether animals feel. I love the same way. Humans do for one thing. Animals can't talk to us to tell us. And there are so many variations of love love for your family love for for your friend love for a romantic partner or someone you might want to marry or have children with love for your favorite hotdog. I'm joking that isn't really love or is it but also what you think of as love and what I think of as love might be totally different in our brains means so scientists have to use research to make an educated guess a hypothesis about what animals might be feeling so they study things. It's like brain activity. What kinds of hormones are chemicals in your brain and body change when animals or you do different activities or think different thoughts and and they studied those kinds of changes in animals to try to interpret things like could an animal feel love or feel different emotions? There are many animals that get a surge surge of a hormone called oxytocin sometimes called the love hormone or the love chemical when the animals are doing something like cuddling or playing and we certainly we have examples of animals doing things that look to us like love caring for their babies forming partnerships that looked like friendships. Maybe feeling very very sad when another animal they've been with dies or goes away now. It varies from species to species. I don't think anyone has done experiments to see if slugs slugs feel love but people have spent a lot of time trying to figure out if elephants love their babies and if dogs love US and again and while we can't say for certain that they do feel love we know that for some animals their brain chemical signal that they're feeling something and that that something looks similar to the brain changes in humans who are feeling love so I guess the best we could say is maybe animals feel love. Probably they feel something that feels like closeness or connection to each other.

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An Eyewitness to Extinction

Short Wave

08:30 min | 2 years ago

An Eyewitness to Extinction

"Today a scientist who found herself in the middle of disturbing bring scientific mystery. It's the early nineteen ninety s and Karen Lips is a graduate student studying frogs in in the mountains of Costa Rica. And I had set up camp in this little shack that had no running water or electricity so this is in old growth both oak forest cloud forest. So it's moist and there's Moss everywhere and Amphibians love it. Karen lived alone spending her days studying the reproductive behavior of its Mahala Calypso. A tiny tree frog the color of emeralds and then a couple of years into her research Karen found some dead frogs and seven is not very much. She wasn't too worried about it but she couldn't figure out why they died so she sent the frogs off for essentially a frog autopsy. Then she headed home for Christmas break and when I got back I expected to see the beginning of the rainy season season. which is usually when you see the greatest number frogs and I kept waiting and waiting and the rains came and there just weren't very many frogs at all and so i? I started questioning myself like well. Maybe I disturbed them. Maybe the flashlight for two two years one little flashlight bothered them and they went away. Or maybe maybe maybe it's not raining enough. I just simply could not imagine what could have caused them to disappear. Yeah it was not the flashlights fault. Not According to the FROG autopsy results. They said we don't know why they died. They seem fine. They got something weird in their skin. Now at that point there was nothing known that would kill a frog. Doug that was something quote weird in their skin. Coming up on shortwave. Scientists untangle scientific mystery of the Amphibian World the one that goes from kind of weird to devastating support for this. NPR podcast comes from Sierra Nevada. Brewing Company family owned operated and argued over since nineteen eighty proud supporter of Independent. Thought whether that's online over over the air or in a battle more at Sierra Nevada dot com. Here's the thing you need to know right away about Infineon's there's a lot of them and that's important because they live right in the middle of the food web they are food for all the mammals and the birds and the snakes and the predators and they are the predators predators of all the insects and flies and mosquitoes. So those two things mean that they are really like a key linchpin in the entire ecosystem so when in groups of Amphibians start disappearing scientists. get nervous by the time. Karen had noticed those dead frogs in Costa Rica. They're already been these reports of frogs disappearing being in large numbers around the world and reports kept coming but nobody knew what it all meant. Nobody knew why are they disappearing. Where are they disappearing disappearing from? how quickly do they disappear? You know what what's the cause of it years. After Costa Rica Karen set up another field site in the cloud forest Panama. At first it was wonderful. Hundreds of frogs every night all kinds of different species and then it wasn't two or three years later later I went back and They would be acting very weird frogs that were supposed to only come out at night. We'd find them during the day. Frogs that would you sit. We're supposed to sit only on the leaves and the plants we see them on the ground until we pick them up because we always measure them and identify them and then let them go and a lot of times we'd pick these things up and they wouldn't struggle. They wouldn't try to escape. And oftentimes they'd make one jump and then they dead. WHOA and this happened? We were there for like three weeks weeks and in three weeks we found fifty some dead or dying frogs. Had you ever seen anything like that before. No the scene part is important written because typically researchers would get to a field site and all the frogs would just be gone nobody really witnessed them in the act of dying. Rarely even saw the the bodies but this time Karen had a front row seat more importantly she had a lot of evidence to work with and so on the one hand it is horrible horrible and sad on the other hand. You're like this is it. We have evidence no matter what we've got something we can take back. We can collect then we can preserve them we can send them to a lab and they can look at them and see what they have. Karen said the dead frogs off to a pathologist to be tested and again the vast majority of them seem to have something weird in their skin and he said that I said I have heard this before but Karen Still L. had no idea what the weird skin thing was and she wasn't alone. Scientists from all over working in countries thousands of miles apart. Were also trying to figure it out they didn't realize yet. Just how connected it all was. And this is where the media comes in a New York Times reporter interviewed Karen and some other scientists about the disappearing Amphibian problem and the report published a picture of this weird thing in the skin and then a team here in. DC at the National Zoo saw the picture and they wrote us and they said we have the same thing and we know what it is it took a bunch of scientists from all over the world help from the media and several decades needs to figure it all out but they finally had it. The culprit is a fungus kindred fungus. We're not talking like mushrooms. We're talking infectious fungus. This that burrows into the skin of an amphibian and messes with their ability to breathe and stay hydrated and regulate their body temperature. The infection can be passed directly from frog frog or it can travel through water today. What we know is that there is at least one kind of kitchen fungus almost everywhere in the world? Wow we know that globally something like like forty percent of amphibians are in decline. Now not all of that is from the kid trud but I suspect that probably quite a bit of it is in fact from kindred. Because it's many of the extinctions have occurred in Amphibians are recent like in the past twenty or thirty years which is win this kindred we believe sort of emerged spread around the reason why it's spreading now isn't entirely clear. Karen says it's probably because of us. Humans worshiping things from one place to another faster than ever before which makes it easier for organisms like kitchen fungus to hitch a ride and infect vulnerable habitats hundreds or even thousands of miles away this year the journal Science published a report estimating that has resulted in the greatest recorded loss of biodiversity diversity. Ever caused by a disease. The sad truth is there's no feasible way for us to get kicked out of the environment and that's a tough pill to swallow So how do you wake up every morning and do work on this knowing that you are fighting a losing battle. Well yeah I mean after a while it's incredibly demoralizing moralising to know that you've spent twenty five some years on something and you have not actually saved a single frog on the other hand you know for me as a a biologist. I know that evolution works and having studied human attempts to intervene and save things. Were really good. Would it sort of really discreet. Problems like saving the the condor or things where there's a discrete problem. We can attack it these diseases that are invisible so and spread. Globally are very difficult. And so what what gives me peace is knowing that things evolve off whatever made it through epidemics. They are survivors and they have something that allowed them to to get through the worst of it and so- evolution happens and I suspect that the frogs will figure it out before people do

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"infineon" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

AppleInsider Podcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast

"Oh, I've been up at nights when dering about until smell modem business. Well as we said before you are a net job, destroyer over there. And until did close up shop and say the app, you know what we're putting our smartphone business under. Took it out back the they, they ended it. That's that. And pink slipped. I think is that more polite. But yes, they did that. But no comes out, pull. Yes. Apple is said to be looking very, very carefully at Intel's German operations which service the basis for the modem business. Okay. The until staff. There is comprised of engineers from Infineon's wireless technology, arm, which Intel purchase one point four billion in two thousand eleven they provided the base bench ships for iphone from two thousand seven to two thousand ten. Negotions of ongoing since last year they could fall apart, of course. But if apple successful, they will have hundreds of veteran, modem engineers. To these this has been going on since last year. So before this decision apple was nudging away. That's interesting. Because my mom goes straight to the staff who've just presumed lost their jobs, but they in a band snapping king. Do I get a job somewhere else to hang on for Upul or into redeployed people? I I'm not positive. I know whether or not the those folks were redeployed or not. But. It's interesting because if you look at it, there are a number of, of former until exacts who were brought into Intel's, a part of the Infineon acquisition who now work at apple, some were from years ago like Stephan wolf, who is a former manager of Intel's from in modem outfit came to continue within the past few months. February apple hired. Emotion car Thyagarajan, and I apologize. If I've mangled that name who was an engineer who is said to play a key role in the development of the chip maker's five. G modem. Now until as you say, exited the smartphone business in April smartphone modem industry in April, but. They could pick up this whole office, they could pick up this whole segment have hundreds of engineers, and what is quantum about this? Well, so Qualcomm and apple settled there agreements in the past. Right. They they'd settled that Qualcomm is currently facing antitrust. Prosecution in the US. Yes. So forgotten about that, too. Yes. Okay. I do like that Lewis suits Qualcomm..

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"infineon" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Well, they've they've had their first flight they call it the first flight out of ground effect. And in fact, they had I think two two flights. Just recently the twenty ninth of March and second flight on the thirtieth of March and for these flights at they're all electric in again, this is an amphibious aircraft. Max, it's it's kind of a nice design. I mean, it looks this look sleek and like it would take to water like a duck. And it does have kind of a classic designed for Infineon's. You know, it's got a prop which is mounted high in this case mounted on the tail and the bottom of the aircraft serves as a hall when it's on the water. So yeah, it does looks like a fun play. And this is a two seater at this point the P to there's a. A clue from the designation. I guess they do plan to hopefully develop larger aircraft in the future. Maybe even a commuter sized plane, so good good luck. Two week waiter aircraft with that. And congratulations on the first flight. I I won't make the standard extension cord joke. Okay. All right. Some I'm listener mail. Let's see. Well, we heard from Mike and Stefan the Strasser brothers. These are the the chicken wings, aviation comics guys that we talked about we had on the show, actually and also generously provided some some autograph books. Some chicken wings books that we gave away a drawing. Well, you may recall that when we talked with them and asked about what might be in the future. They mentioned the possibility of animation in they have. In fact, just finished their first animated cartoon, and it's up last. We'll we'll put a link to it in the show notes. And yet you also find it on YouTube, but take a look at this. It's a nice little story. And you know, the the animation is it's all smooth. It's you know, it's like a professional kind of, you know, animated cartoon congratulations to the guys on that. You know, I love good animation who's going to I guess it would be fun to figure out how to actually do this. I have no idea. How that created it? Yeah. I don't know. The is it the way that they used to do cartoons. Like this you frame by frame and. Flip through them quickly. And it looks like it's is it's all smooth. I dunno. Another interesting thing are fun thing about it is unlike the, you know, the static comics that that were used to from chicken wings. There are voices these characters, and it's kind of fun to listen to the voices that they've used. And of course, the best part clues a tanker in it. Yes. There is a tanker. David. I don't know if you've seen this cartoon it is about a tanker. So you gotta try I, of course, it's about a tanker. All right. So yeah. Congratulations to the guys. And I think that's it. We have anything else. Avengers is out this weekend coming up. That's right. It'll probably be mobbed. Maybe I'll wait a week. All right, then so we wanna thank you all for listening to the airplane. Geeks podcast. We also want to thank our guest. Jennifer storm vice president AO PA foundation. And we really appreciate her taking the time. She's very very busy.

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DAX, Infineon, SAP down after billion dollar deal

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:27 min | 3 years ago

DAX, Infineon, SAP down after billion dollar deal

"Full percent at eleven thousand four hundred fifteen weighed on by big drops in SAP down more than four percent and Infineon Dan more than four percent as well after well SAP's, the big eight billion dollar deal today and Infineon had disappointing earnings. The caq is also off right now only about three tenths of one percent and the Footsie's up three tenths of one percent as the pound has turned down. Now, there is FX and equity trading in the US today. There is not bond trading because of Veterans Day, but the dollar is up against the end almost one fourteen even after giving up a little bit ground earlier in the session. The euro is down sixteen months, low one twelve fifty nine is where. The euro currently trades and the pound down at one twenty eight fifty two got to take a look at oil here because the Saudis have said or their oil minister Lisa said, he thinks that they need to cut about a million barrels a day from production compared to the Tober levels. Brent crude as a result rising. One point four percent has been up more up ninety nine cents a barrel. The seventy one seventeen NYMEX WTI rising for the first time in ten sessions gaining fifty three cents to sixty dollars and seventy one cents a barrel. It's a Bloomberg radio business flash. Now, let's get back over to Markus Karlsson with more on what's going on around the world, Marcus. Thanks very much. Indeed, the most

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U.S. and Mexico Nearing Nafta Car Deal, Sources Say

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

08:14 min | 3 years ago

U.S. and Mexico Nearing Nafta Car Deal, Sources Say

"Bloomberg intelligence so the feds still. Talking about this too worried about how not to be The curve. Invert because that seems to be a signal for recession although the wags are. Very very long so it's not obvious, to me that a flat curve necessarily means recession but, the fed wants to avoid that and one. Of the things that they'll certainly, talk about at. The meeting is hey can we. When should we stop is going only once every quarter gonna invert the curve or not right now we have got the. Ten year, two point nine nine percent down nine thirty seconds gold is down. Five, tenths of, one, percent, twelve, eighteen, the. Ounce west Texas intermediate crude down one point three percent 67.90 for a barrel of WTI equities mixed s and p down four a drop of about. Two tenths of one percent NASDAQ higher by seventeen, up two, tenths of one percent Dow, industrials down sixty two points now a drop of two tenths of one percent tesla reports after the closing bell and tesla shares they're down now by five. Tenths of one percent one zero two on Wall Street. That means it is time now for the market driver's report with a focus On American depositary receipts. And here is Dave Wilson thanks Charlie eighty yards are fulling more than US, shares, the SNP? DR index is down six tenths of a percent he s and p five hundred hundreds. Only lower by two tenths of a percent Chinese search engine, provider by do as fallen six. Point nine percents in US trading in online. News organization called the intercept, reported. Google is putting together a, censored version of its service for China Google is. The main unit of alphabet and, that stock is higher in today's trading Germany's Infineon. Technologies has lost three point four percent people familiar with. The matter said the chipmaker howled. Early stage talks about buying Swiss rival s. t.. Microelectronics last year as tree micros ADR's by the, way little changed after rising as much as one. Point nine percent earlier Luxembourg's arcelormittal. Has gained three point two percent the steelmaker second quarter earnings and revenue beat Analysts average estimates in a Bloomberg survey arcelormittal was a, beneficiary of higher US DO. Prices. Tied to tariffs and India's Todd Motors is risen three point eight percent the automakers Jaguar Land Rover unit said. Expects new models and lowered Chinese tariffs to spur a second-half rebound in earnings and sales the unit had a loss of about two hundred, and seventy five million dollars last quarter Charlie and we thank you very. Much Dave Wilson tracking those American depositary receipts so again recapping here. Stocks mixed SNP down for a drop, of about two tenths of. One percent I'm, Charlie pelletan that is a Bloomberg business, flash all right Charlie thank you with midterm elections in the US coming in November and a new president in Mexico Mexico taking office in December the two countries are, nearing a deal on new rules for cars sold. Under NAFTA one. Of the major sticking points and, talks to. Revise the trade agreement speaking at a US S. chamber of commerce event this week commerce secretary Wilbur Ross discuss the progress or media close. To completion negotiations are with NAFTA particularly with Mexico we're very. Pleased that, the new. President in Mexico, wasted no, time at, all in pulling is new trade team sir McGregor is Bloomberg news economic policy team leader. She joins us now for more on this story from our Bloomberg ninety nine one studios, in, Washington DC so Sarah how would. The US and Mexico settle the their. Differences over, cars so that's the big question right now what what is in this deal you know. We're hearing that. That the US Mexico are getting. Closer to, some, sort of agreement on autos and there are so many contentious issues in these NAFTA talks but without. A doubt autos is. Probably going to be the hardest one for them to agree on so it is. Significant that if they are getting closer to some to some sort of idea of what they'd Want that basically the lion's share of the US trade deficit with Mexico is cars and we. All know by now that the, trade deficit is really big car parts right and car parts and we know that the trade, deficit, is. Trump's the, thorn in Trump's side when when he talks. About trade so it's really at the. Cracks of redoing this deal so it really can't be overstated how important it would be if Mexico and the, US can can find an, agreement on that but. The big question is where is candidate seems like the US and Mexico are sort of in the boardroom. Right now, at the negotiating table and Canada's in the waiting room and can? They even make deal over cars without. Involving Canada Mexico is the biggest? Source of, car imports to the US Canada's right behind it at number two so how how this practically, would happen it's not clear right now but it would be. Significant if there's some, progress so tell us what the sticking points have been in this area of. Automobiles and auto parts so the US at one point you know had said they want a significantly larger portion Parts of a car percentage of a car to be built from North American made. Parts so they wanted something, like seventy five percent from the current agreement was sixty two point five percent Mexico wanted a little bit lower lower than that and I think also. The US really wanted to make sure that these these parts? That basically the value of the car was coming from higher wage work Trump's biggest one of his. Biggest concerns has been US jobs going. To lower costs Mexico in, the automotive sector in the manufacturing sector and I. Think the US wanted to try and guarantee that higher wage labor was going to be an. Aspect of this agreement put into, writing now so that those jobs could be in America Do you have any idea why the Trump administration has shut Canada out of this out of these talks and are the Mexicans on board with keeping the Canadians out at this point Well I think big turning point was the election of the new president in Mexico to lie I Trump himself has said he's spoken with Anglo since he was elected. And it really seems like there's a priority right now in Mexico as well to get a deal before. This new president in this new administration in Mexico takes over on December first so I think that was a little bit of a more of a willing partner with Mexico right now and, also the US has been pretty vocal. About the fact that Canada has, sort of tried to tried to go a little bit around them to influence lawmakers in the US industry groups and and the US doesn't like that it, wants to negotiate with Canada and it thinks it's, sort of, a little bit of a, sneaky way that candidates taken. To try. And get its voice across by, talking to these congress people who are then trying to go to Trump you know complaining about. NAFTA and saying make a deal with Canada that's great and so I think you know there's there's kind of been a little bit of tension there between the Trump administration will pay Back there So what's next So you know still candidates says, and even, Mexico you know this is. A trilateral deal we want to try and keep this NAFTA as. A trilateral agreement so one element of this is that some people are thinking about is that the Trump administration would wanna get Mexico onboard with a. Deal over autos like I said earlier is a really tough a tough. Nut to crack and once he has Mexico on, board with it hoping to, draw in Canada, then, in say look we've we've agreed between the US and Mexico over one of the hardest, issues are, you you know put. It on them are you going to get on board with? This as, well you know there's some more talks that Mexican economy minister is going to be here later. In the weeks definitely going to find out whether they can. Actually achieve, that you know it's still very much a. Work in progress and I think from there we're gonna have to see what the strategy is from the US Mexican candidate to try and keep this deal together as a. Three, part deal Sarah thanks for bringing us up to speed on all. Of this ceremony, Gregor Bloomberg news economic. Policy team. Later thank you Coming up on Bloomberg politics policy power and law acting EPA chief Andrew Wheeler faces. His first congressional hearing and his first big test up on the hill. As he looks to continue Scott Pruitt's legacy but,.

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"infineon" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on Classic Races

"Won those two races in a row infineon daytona he said that doesn't mean we've completely turned are year round think repre realistic i mean obviously the road courses we've always rian well at road course races you know what i think it was a matter of time before we finally got a point p win at daytona after all the laps that we've lead there but when you look at the big picture of the season i mean that's two weeks that are that account for six with two courses and for search plate races it's a situation where i i don't think we can say hey we're back on track now because of the recourse race in an restrictor plate race this weekend's going to be big i mean this is going to be a telltale weekend for all of us the weekend we had michigan was huge run second there and that was something that we finally kind of broke into that that category in interrupted the the hendricken rouse dominance there that day so if we can have a good weekend this weekend i think it gives us a lot to look forward to when that that ten week stretch starts at the end of the season you know this is this is a very pivotal week for us in my opinion he is running the same car that he finished second with at michigan saying these tracks are quite similar and it's worked for dave moody he's picked off another spot seems to be able to go high or low on the racetrack he still is on the ryan newman machine will try on the outside those in the top side of the racetrack all turn to newman down low side by side they will race to the enter to three stewart with bender out at will flash by and make move around ryan newman tony seems to be able to run at the bottom of the racetrack or he can also move up on the outside and make passes we've seen him do both today that's a real good handling racecar is gut scrambled going on pretty good back there between dale jarrett right now and ryan newman but that will go away in a hurry with sixty six laps complete we have two hundred into one left to be run matt kenseth greg before kevin harvick carl edwards jimmy johnson's still the top five brian vickers is six kurt busch's seventh kyle busch rides eight ninth is casey mears tenth is joe nemechek rest of the top fifteen mark martin is eleventh michael walters having a good run michael's twelfth earnhardt juniors up to thirteen and tony stewart continues to work his way to the front of the field he is fourteenth and termi mayfield isn't fifty position only one caution flag thus far here this afternoon that was a mandatory caution nascar put out lap twentyfive give all the teams chance to come onto pit road and see what the heat was doing to the tire wear.

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"infineon" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Type where it's just must do good at all times and a bad ending man that's such a cool way to end it also a very delicious food scene when he first gets back to america he's chomping on some burger king burgers and that gets behind your burger king every day did it popularize to the post credits scene as well yes yeah with very big one where yes so also got a credit for that as well it was the original that's where nick fury comes out and says wanna talk to you about the vendors initiative and that's it started at all started everything number one guarding the galaxy ninety three hundred another one that has have an amazing villain ronin okay but you get thanos but this movie this we did miss a beat this movie flowed better than any marvel movie i think hands down i'm men's close but this one had amazing pacing it everything every everything and again the music the music is maybe what separated this moving music was working so seamlessly into so bad asked guardians to guard into a great music as well but guardians is number one for now has a right now at ninety four i would have infinity war and i'm battling moving down a little bit because i'm not sure i like more i'll tease this both have thanos and danna so amazing infineon that may be enough for me to lift it over guardians and like tight ninety three or i made up to ninety two we'll see but that's for next week trombones topfive mc you movies number five black panther i love black panther set it on podcast i loved how self contained it was it was a really cool movie not much more to say on that i mean we just talked about a podcast but it isn't my top five number four iron man the movie we all know in love that started off we just beat that to death but.

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"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

"At least in some cases it turned out the it wasn't really a console that people were saying just the concept of what the consul wouldbe even before inviting him labs had slipped that 2004 holiday dates some people were really suspicious of what was going on behind the scenes which included some folks who wrote for hard ocp that's an online magazine the caters to pc owners you can find tons of articles and reviews about all sorts of things over there including a pretty tough investigation into infineon labs and timothy roberts in particular all right so at september 17th two thousand three on wednesday said turns out and an article goes up on heart ocp news titled behind the infineon phantom console and it takes a really hard look at timothy roberts is passed as well as the claims made by infineon labs the article argued that roberts had a history of starting companies that ultimately failed while raising millions of dollars in investment money in the process so the article alleged that infineon labs as of september two thousand three had raised at least twenty five million dollars in venture capital and had nothing to show for it now i might be inferring too much here but even in the opening of this article to me it sounds like they're at least hinting that perhaps these business ventures weren't meant insincerity in other words there might not have ever been an intent to actually have a working business there again this is my interpretation the article does not say this outright instead it just seems like there's a hint that maybe there's some sort of scam shady business stuff going on at it sounds a like the main plot behind the producers like if you raise a lot of money for a business and that business ultimately fails you never have any profits you have to worry about paying out to shareholders if the business than prophet then you have nothing to pay so what at what who cares if you just have to a bought a few cases of incredibly expensive.

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"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

"Cajun's to it and even installed a phantom promo video he took a a video that had been circulated on the internet for a while and he used that as sort of the load up screen for the console so that the customer could say that he owned a working phantom console that sounds like a lot of the stuff infineon was claiming the phantom would include found its way into that prototype which is something at least not all those ports were working but then if the company wanted to create a proof of concept to kind of show how the system would work it might only focus on the necessary components to get to perform as needed for a demo so in other words if you're shopping around trying to get some investors to give you money you might have a mockup where it's not a fully functional unit but you want to show off the concept said you can get the funding to complete it that doesn't necessarily mean that the company is shady or suspicious in any way a presumably the finished product would have included all of the working components that were being talked about in their press releases now that would also mean customers we get a keyboard and mouse in what infineon labs was calling a lap pad and this was an attempt to make it easier to play pc style games on a home television in your living room many pc games are compatible with game controllers but some games like firstperson shooters or realtime strategy games tend to work best using a mouse and keyboard approach if you use a controller and you go up against someone else's using mouse and keyboard you will probably find your petit hinted to you so what about the online service part of this whole package one valium labs plan to operate a virtual private games network or vp g n and this is a special type of virtual private network or vpns and you may have used the b ends for work or for your own computers for those of you who are unfamiliar with the idea let me give you a real quick high level run down so a vpns creates apr.

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"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

"On video gaming console for the living room that would allow you to play pc games in the living room something that a lot of people have been trying to do and in fact today are still trying to do like steam boxes are essentially that same kind of approach even though the old that was the the mission statement everyone was pointing out well what happens when the games get to advance to run on the hardware of the phantom you would have to upgrade somehow and you can do some upgrades through firm where but that's not going to make the process our work any faster necessarily or make the graphics card work harder so that was a big concern was that if in fact this is essentially a customized personal computer running some proprietary software on top of it then what happens when the games get to advanced now as it turns out there was never a need to answer that question but it was one of the early ones and as i mentioned earlier in the cepa sowed the consul never hit the market so some people would referred to it as vaporware but all the components existed the stuff that they talked about really did exist mean all those different elements you could go out there and by so there was never a problem with that there's just there was no consumer product that featured all those in that configuration as a phantom console there are a couple of prototypes or show models that infineon labs would tried out at various events like see us or e three and there's some debate and online circles as to whether those prototypes represented a real effort to create a phantom console or if they were in fact just a runofthemill pc inside a customized case in some cases it wasn't even that according to one story i was reading a games journalist went to e three and saw a demonstration of the phantom console and in sat down next to a representative from and fitting in labs who is going to give a demo of the whole thing and they had the the console sitting in front of them and they tried to launch a game and it didn't work out properly and as it turned out the representative actually revealed to the games journalists that the game itself was being run on a pc behind the cabinet that the.

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"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

"Louis missouri about infineon labs infineon labs corporation was formed in october two thousand two as a global entertainment gaming company invidia m labs mission is to market a gaming console and delivery system that will be the performance leader in the game playing inter entertainment industry the company will market a robust game console that will appeal to a wide audience with its ease of use quality assurance and robust delivery systems now we can probably say today that those promises were a little astounding for their time and perhaps even a bit boastful when you're talking about the fastest game console on the market back in two thousand three this was a new company untested in this space setting out to challenge entrenched companies like sony and nintendo and then you had microsoft which was relatively new to the video game console market at this point but had already established itself as a powerful presence in the industry and the features though press release listed were extremely innovative at the time i'm sure the gamers out there recognize that many of those features are now standard on several consoles for example both on the xbox one and on the ps4 you can sample some games and even get some titles as part of a monthly subscription service so that kind of stuff today is an innovative but at the time it was a totally different way of doing business so the promises being made while advanced we're all features that would later on become standard in video game consoles it's just that in two thousand three this was a really wild idea and it raised questions was the world ready for an always on internetconnected console now judging by the resistance gamers put up when microsoft first said the xbox one was going to follow that same model and be an always on broadcast service i think it's safe to say that it back in two thousand three the world was not ready at that point has it wasn't ready when the xbox one came out more importantly was the technology ready or did the company make promises that would have been impossible.

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"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

"To use independently yet so advanced it exceeds the needs of hardcore gamers infineon labs was born by veteran entrepreneurs who have a successful track record and building largescale companies and advanced architectures for supporting massive ecommerce and enterprise applications combining skills from telco data communications digital rights management software development and security the management team brings together a unique array of skills to develop the most robust nextgeneration gaming console and delivery network on the market the infineon labs game console features a hightech design and offers ease of use for the variety of game players worldwide the ondemand delivery system will appeal to hardcore gamers as walls casual users the unique design architecture allows for delivery of a large number of games and the ability to participate in online massive multiplayer gaming key features include fastest console on the market broadest selection of preloaded games crossplatform capability these state of the art design and architecture advanced accessories in wireless capabilities online connective any for multiplayer gaming seamless upgrades and patch management a multitiered subscription service that meets the needs of casual moderate and hardcore gained players demo games before purchasing or subscribing games on demand and game rentals the advance system provides game developers in publishers of secure and efficient software distribution system infineon labs intends for game developers and publishers to wreak greater profits using this new game delivery system invidia m labs has engineered its prototypes and expects to unveil the new gaming console in march of two thousand three the company intends to launch the game console to the us consumer market by november two thousand three remember that date and venue him labs has chosen florida as its corporate headquarters florida has emerged as a leader in support of technology companies with its e florida initiative offices will soon will open soon in silicon valley in saint.

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"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on TechStuff

"See to like an optical drive after almost gaming rigs i've seen these days don't have an optical drive and digital delivery of games has been growing in popularity i mean just take a look at steams numbers their incredible there's still a market for physical copies of a game however particularly since you can potentially cell or trade in old games if use physical media but overawed say the trend has been to move toward more of a digital download experience so if i said i was going to launch a brand new console that could only stream or download games i probably wouldn't leave very many people scratching their heads today but the same was not true back in january two thousand three that's the year a new company that was called infineon labs announced it was bringing a gaming console called the phantom to market now this was months before steam would launch let alone become the dominant online market for computer games in two thousand three it was pretty much common practice to go to get mm stores or big box outlets to purchase computer titles so when infineon labs brazenly announced the company intended to turn the home gave me market on its head they got a lot of attention now ultimately the story would be followed by controversy anger and finally mockery and it includes allegations of fraud or at the very least ineptitude it involves the company that changed its name and switch tracks to create a totally different product than the one it was promising to consumers so early going to dive into the story the phantom and what actually happen now our story begins you guys know me i like to always dive further back than win the actual stuff happens our story really begins almost a decade before any mention of the phantom ever hits the public in the early 1990s in st louis missouri there a man named timothy monroe roberts was working at a computer store and he had a customer named andrew glad knee and the two of them began to talk.

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"infineon" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Section quote i would rather have a string of loves and heartbreaks than mary someone fundamentally decent but about whom i feel the least bit tepid bridge it and i may not have read that exact quote over uh one cocktail that we should last night after a long day in the studio as we talked about in sort of wrestled with the concept of mr or ms good enough and i guess my question for everybody here on the podcast is how did you decide to get married i know that it wasn't because they were mr good enough i i'm curious jill and then bridget her infineon's here yeah i mean that serb myself like i said in the book i don't think that this responsible marriage model is a bad idea if what you want is a partnership ends a nuclear family and children and you know marriages kind of vehicle to that you know i think that's a perfectly reasonable choice at a lot of women make that was not appealing for me for my life ends i felt especially as i got into you know kind of my late 20s and early thirties not that there was a lot of social pressure on me to get married because i i frankly didn't feel that from either my family or my peergroup but the third did seem to be a pressure to view relationships through the frame of is this person marriage material on you know high my advice would have found myself and you know within my group of friends sort of not without intending to you using that as a way to evaluate people whose dating and i think it did sort of short circuit my ability to really be kind of fully presence and they're and my.

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"infineon" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on Security Now

"Silent period knowing that they'd be presenting this at the acm ccs meeting at the end of october it's october 30th through the beginning of november the cup first few days of november so infineon's had time words got now quietly to those people who are being affected and so so there's there's there's been time for remediation uh ubeku so if anyone is a ubeku customer and concerned they've got a you uh ubeku immediately put up a page to help identify which of their products might be affected most of them art i think it's the uber key four when you use it to synthesize the public key that's what i thought okay good because yes that is a feature of the uber four you can generate private keys and keep them your pg piquionne there but if you are and i never did that 'cause i don't uh for one thing you can't put it anywhere else on the key all right okay good all right so it's only in the case that you do that too joe the relatively small attack service in that case but there were all they also found a ton of insecure pgp keys so really so amine dole yet i'm in the product did the been infineon is just everywhere sei general line in software so yes and so you're okay yeah yes so um so this this gut introduced in twenty twelve so for the last five years this has been a problem okay so let's take a look at what this means a first of all.

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"infineon" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on Security Now

"Okay so um one of the things that we all we all also often talk about is the distinction bruin theory and practice that is it's important that you put into practice properly what the academics have figured out in theory a because of course implementation is where the rubber hits the road and that's what actually matters what these guys uncovered was a he duisi of a mistake which exist in the embedded cryptographic library used by infineon's products okay now i mean infineon is everywhere they're one of the major embedded crypto people uh there're stuff is indeed trusted platform modules the tpsm especially a version one point two which is the one that surround that most of us have in all of our machines to that's a very big deal i and we have ads yes and bent locker uses t pm four its key and it turns out that if you have bit locker running on a machine with t pm one point two it almost certainly has in fitting on in it and the public key it would have generated can be factored watto that's really bad news it's really bad news these guys scanned the internet they found thousands of public keys that can be factored they they they they looked through did hub and found a ton of public keys on get hub that will be used to protect things with which i but were not providing protection so um so the the problem is huge this impacts one flavor of uber co uh and they're an an uber co responded instantly they knew about this a while ago they've they've been safe i think sinced july the researchers discovered the problem in january of this year january of this year right so ten months ago they informed infineon in february and negotiated an eight month.

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"infineon" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"infineon" Discussed on CarCast

"What are we call on cinema now i don't know what's funny to call is at all the infineon yet infineon we just call it cinema del rey what was infineon's here's point zero series points in oman then via infineon derivatives cinema isn't the number i'm going but i should know that but uh but if you go laguna seca in front of the wrong person ago it's mazda laguna out so everything's got a different name and i'm just not sure what what was said oh i think they drop the names because people started stopped paying for it so here's point and and all that settled now it's just said no i also the only in the know nobody gets confused so race ways is what i'm seeing that aura aleve stuck in my heads infineon but yet snowmen again i will tell you about the alone man back for the four season with a crazy new twists rules have changed ten survivalists are still dropped in the unforgiving wilderness but now it's five competing teams brothers and fathers sons in a married couple of al fought so it's it's it's five sets of teams ten people it's a different kind of survival show signs of teammate there truly alone just them in their teammate no camera guy standing there he smears bar sharon the wealth given a kid office smart water now man issue in the wilderness and they are film in themselves so no gimmicks no force challenges teams are split equipped with the five items each to win they must find each other and survive north vancouver island the longest in the five hundred thousand dollars at stake everybody so tune in for all new episode thursday ten nine on history it's a thursday ten o'clock nine central on history man all right uh i was watching um.

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