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Fresh update on "intel" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "intel" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"To envision both sides, talking about protecting the rights of same sex married couples. Former vice president Mike Pence tells news nation that former president Trump showed poor judgment having a meal with rapper Kanye West and the known white nationalist Nick Fuentes. I don't believe Donald Trump is an anti semite. I don't believe he's a racist or a bigot. I would not have been his vice president if he was. Pence says Trump should apologize. And South Korea has extradited a 42 year old woman to New Zealand two months after she was arrested following the discovery of the bodies of two long dead children in abandoned suitcases. New Zealand police say the woman has now arrived in the country. They say she'll be held in jail and is to appear in court Wednesday on two murder charges. South Korea's justice ministry says it provided New Zealand with what it calls important evidence in the case. This is CBS News. Del cyber Monday business sales starts now with up to 50% off on select business PCs powered by 12th gen Intel core processors call 8 7 7 asked Dell. Do you know what people see when they Google you? Search engines don't always get it right. And when they're wrong, it's your reputation on the line. So what do you do when you don't agree with your search results? Call reputation defender at 804 zero one 66 81

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There Are Alternatives to Twitter

The Trish Regan Show

05:44 min | Last week

There Are Alternatives to Twitter

"So Twitter's back up and running, you can, I guess, feel free to say what you want now. And a lot of people I've seen a lot of friends who lost their accounts, they have been restored. That's all good, but will it matter? Again, there are other alternatives out there. I'm on true social as well, parlor, of course, has come about and had its own set of challenges. There's locals as well. I encourage you, by the way, you can follow me on locals at Trish Regan locals dot com, where they really are about promoting this freedom of speech within a decent way, right? I mean, we're not talking total craziness, but the ability at least to have an opinion. And in this environment, it's gotten hard. If I tell you to consecutive quarters of negative growth for our economy, means a recession, then somehow now I'm questioned by social media platforms for false information. I mean, hey, look, no recession is the same. But it used to be the definition of a recession. Now you can't say it anymore because Joe Biden doesn't want us to. I mean, that's scary stuff, folks, all right? And either side of the aisle. Remember that? Because it can just as easily be the Democrats that they're going after next. So even if Democrats are going after conservatives and all you can't say it's a recession that could so easily flip and that's the scary part about all of that. Isn't it? But lots of changes coming. I think January is going to prove to be a very interesting month. Don't you think? Don't you think I want to tell you about Kevin McCarthy? But before I do, did you see who's crawling around here? Right here on my lap. This is fluffy. If you haven't met fluffy, this is indeed him. He is the sweetest little thing and so important to me. I love this dog so much and it's the reason why I'm excited to tell you about a wonderful supplement that I found for him created by a former army veteran, an army veteran, a former army ranger named doctor Dennis black, and doctor black is naturopathic doctor, has created this supplement because he loves donks too and he's got a couple of them a little bit bigger than you fluffy, a little bit, but fluffy's just a little tiny Maltese. I encourage you if you're listening on Apple iTunes, go check out my YouTube channel or my rumble channel so you can see this guy in the flesh, but I love him. He goes a lot of places with me. And it's very important part of my life. And so I want to make sure that he is getting the proper nutrients. So this is why I have doctor Dennis black supplement for fluffy that I just add, I sprinkle onto his food every single day, because then I know he's getting the digestive enzymes. He's getting the minerals. He's getting the probiotics. All the things that he needs to have a long and healthy, happy life. Well, hopefully I will. A little bit responsible for some of that happiness, right, buddy. Anyway, I encourage you to check it out. Doctor Dennis black has a wonderful offer for free trial bag for Friends of mine, Friends of this show fans of this show. I'm going to include this link below in the show notes. But go to rough greens dot com today. Are you FF green's dot com today? Are you FF greens dot com today? Get your free trial back. It's really worth it. This is a wonderful supplement. Your dog will thank you. I promise. And your dog will love it. I mean, I'd be shocked. If it was any other way, because I know how much this guy I know how much he loves it, so I'm pretty sure your dog will as well. Anyway, back to what's happening there in Washington, D.C., as I keep him right here on my lap, I might as well, right? These little animals, they're pretty special. They're pretty special. Anyway, you've got chemical McCarthy planning some big changes. Now that he's going to be Speaker of the House. And it looks like Adam Schiff. And perhaps some of these others, like AOC, they're on the skids when it comes to the house Intel committee. As they should be, I mean, when you think about some of the things that have been done, who's the other one, the one that had the friendship with the lovely young woman. Fang fang, was it? From China, that's kind of something I wish I could forget. Anyway, we can't. I would argue rather compromise position there because she is alleged to have been a Chinese spy. Kind of strange to him to have him on the foreign affairs community here in the Intel committee. So I think that you're going to see a big revamp coming of some of these committees where there are sensitive positions and you have people that maybe don't like Israel or have had questionable relationships with people like fang thing. Are going to come into question and as they should. And that's going to result in some changes. Look, I think we need more responsibility in Washington. I really do. I think that people are shooting off their mouse in ways that are unbecoming, frankly, to themselves, and to the nation. And we've got to remember, in fact, who our allies are, one of which, of course, major ally, being Israel. So there's an important some important things that are going to be happening. And I'd say, in that sense, very good things that are going to be happening. But they're not going to go down without a fight. So gear up, be ready. In the meantime, let's all look forward to some Thanksgiving Thanksgiving which, by the way, we're going to talk about this tomorrow. Is suddenly super, super pricey. Have you seen the price said the turkey dinner this year? We'll talk about it. Great to have you here. Make sure you go to Trish Intel dot com. Trish Intel dot com to sign up for the newsletter, secure your invites to all our free and great exclusive events so you have to be, you have to be on the list as they say. I'll see you tomorrow.

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America Has a Lot Going On...

The Trish Regan Show

03:14 min | Last week

America Has a Lot Going On...

"So Elon Musk just invited Donald Trump back on to Twitter, but is it going to matter? Is he going to go? I have said all along, he set up the whole thing as a rival. This may be an olive branch. And it's not Elon's fault. That comes just a little too late. Hello, everyone. Welcome to the program. I am Trisha, and we're going to talk about that. Plus, Kevin McCarthy is making some big plans there at the house and there's going to be some big changes coming to the House intelligence committee, which probably needed to happen. And we're going to explain exactly what they are. Welcome. I'm trusting this is a Trish Regan show portions of today's program are brought to you by legacy precious metals. I encourage you to go to legacy precious metals today, go to legacy p.m. investments dot com actually slash Trish and sign up. We're going to have another one of these discussions, wonderful discussions. You, me, the CEO of the company talking about the challenges in America faces right now. But the only way you can participate in that and it's all for free is to go to legacy p.m. investments dot com slash Trish today or go to my website and I'll make sure that you get the invite. If you sign up for my newsletter at Trish Intel dot com, again, it's Trish Intel dot com. Sign up for the newsletter. Okay, we got a lot going on. We get a lot going on. Donald Trump may be back on Twitter. I doubt it, but he's still on truth. We get Kevin McCarthy planning big, big changes, which are important right now in our House Intel committee, and we've gotten a country that's really hurting, still, America. We love this country. I love this country. I know you love this country. And we're struggling. We're struggling because we've got a very uncertain economic future, but I'll tell you this. We can not lose hope. It's really important to stay focused to know what the goal is. And I'll tell you, especially if you're a senior, especially if you're a senior because there's so much bad stuff out there, but I know that you probably know deep down. That if we work together, we will be a stronger America together because that's how it happens, right? And history has proven that. It's why I'd love to see you join forces with an organization. I think it's just incredible, and they're doing such incredible things. And it's the American association of mature American citizens. The association of mature American citizens. Also known as amac, by the way, you can go find them at amac dot U.S. slash Regan today. It is an organization that really exists to enrich the lives of seniors. Uphold the freedoms for all Americans by pushing and fighting for conservative causes, we need people out there standing up for those conservative causes. And you can be part of this membership comes with all kinds of great things you get. Cell phone plan discounts and restaurant discounts and the hotel discounts so go today. It's just $16 a year and you're going to be able to join forces with more than 2 million people that care is passionately as I know you do as I do. About this nation and you'll get advice on Medicare and financial planning and all that good stuff.

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Accountability Is Coming

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

Rep. Jim Jordan: Accountability Is Coming

"Congressman Jim Jordan, the fiery feisty warrior from Ohio. Who is whip smart he's like a dog with a bone and moments ago on Capitol Hill, here was congressman Jim Jordan, part of the newly Republican controlled House of Representatives oversight saying there's going to be an accountability coming because a new sheriff in town. We're going to try to help represent comer and the team here at oversight with our work on judiciary, but with a specific focus on what the FBI was doing. When we know these 51 former Intel officials, they got security clearance. How often are they talking to the FBI? Are they talking to the FBI? Who's doing the talk? And who's doing the briefing? Were they brief, there's so many questions that need answers so we can get to the bottom of this. And the final thing I would say is this. A colleague of mine said this in a committee hearing a few weeks ago. Mister Gates, he said, what is the FBI going to quit interfering with elections? 2016, they spied on president Trump's campaign 2018. It was the Mueller investigation 2020. They suppressed information about the Hunter Biden story 2022. They're rated the president's home 91 days before an election. Maybe it'd be nice if the FBI the Justice Department just stayed out of it, let me the people decide who we think should represent us who we think should lead us. That's supposed to be how America works. So this is the focus on the judiciary committee, the political nature of the Justice Department, and the linkage now to what was happening with the Hunter Biden story. Again, just 15 days before we have presidential election.

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Subtropical Storm Nicole threatens Bahamas, Florida coast

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Subtropical Storm Nicole threatens Bahamas, Florida coast

"Subtropical storm Nicole brewing in the Atlantic Ocean with 45 mph winds could reach hurricane strength in the next few days while approaching the eastern coast of the Florida Peninsula National hurricane center specialist Philippe papin says Nicole will be far enough offshore Tuesday that it shouldn't affect voting We won't really start to see any significant impacts from the Intel really Tuesday night into Wednesday But after that papen says Nicole will be a significant system You're actually hurricane intensity as it nears the Florida Peninsula It's expected to come ashore Wednesday in The Bahamas and Thursday along the eastern coast of the Florida Peninsula Heavy surf and likely are significant storm surge and not coastal flooding seems to be pretty likely at this point I'm Julie Walker

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Report shows feds gathered intel on Portland protesters

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Report shows feds gathered intel on Portland protesters

"An internal review by the Department of Homeland Security shows DHS officials under then president Trump compiled dossiers on people arrested in 2020 at Black Lives Matter protest in Portland Oregon I Norman hall According to the redacted 76 page internal review the office of intelligence and analysis deployed militarized agents against people protesting police abuses in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd according to the report some DHS analysts voiced concerns over the legality of collecting intelligence on protesters the rested foreign fractions having little or no connection to domestic terrorism Some employees reportedly refused to participate Oregon senator Ron wyden who obtained the report says political DHS officials spied on oregonians exercising First Amendment rights and justified it with conspiracy theories I Norman hall

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How Immigrant Children Are Treated Better Than American Children

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | Last month

How Immigrant Children Are Treated Better Than American Children

"Course, we're not gonna, and the point of this is we're never going to deny care or food to a child. That's not who we are. Look, we're Americans. We're better than everybody else. We're not going to do that kind of stuff. It really does make you think, though, about the Mexican government that would allow children to be to suffer like that. But anyway, I digress. So anyway, they're getting all this stuff, and they're education, healthcare, the best of the best. I was down there covering the story, and someone took me, they said, we just want to show this to you, all right? So they weren't allowing any press, but we had inside sources. I had nurses that were working inside the facility they were just churning out all of this Intel because they would Obama would not allow any American journalist into the facilities. So anyway, one of the, one of the other sources I had said, come on, get in. We got to his pickup truck and we're driving down and they won't let you on to the military base property. But just right outside of that facility. There was a lot of poverty. There were some trailer parks, old homes that had just about ready to fall down. The paint had been stripped off the wood, porches were rotted out. And there were children literally playing in the dirt, just kids playing in the dirt, they had like their underwear on. I mean, it was a really sad situation, it's hot, no air conditioning. And it was just misery. I mean, it was just misery. And we're driving down these streets. And I asked the guy, why are you showing me all of this? What do you want me to see here? And the guy said, all these people, these are Americans. Those kids that are playing in the dirt, those are American kids. Those kids are going to bed hungry.

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Russ Vought Shares His Thoughts on the Danchenko Trial and More

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | Last month

Russ Vought Shares His Thoughts on the Danchenko Trial and More

"So Russ, you're going to have to help me out with something. Yesterday was just kind of the latest chapter in some of the most disheartening news that I have received around the Igor danchenko trial. And I'm incensed about the entire thing. And I believe that Russia gate has been one of the great failures of the right of the last 5 years. What are your thoughts? I agree with that. And I think that it's unconscionable, the extent to which we have not had more success in the prosecutions and also the extent to which the American public still right now majorities don't know the basic tenets of what happened with the Russian hoax, the national security apparatus. They get that something is very, very wrong. 60% of them support what we have called for in terms of a church style committee and institution with a 150 investigators to be able to go and really understand fully and prove to the American people that we have a problem that needs to be fundamentally overhauled. I like to believe that the FBI needs to be reformed, extensively broken up, defunded, moved, their authorities around, but it's not just the FBI. And that's why it requires a select committee because this is the Intel community. It's portions of DHS. It's portions of DoD that we need to get our full arms are wrapped around this. And we're only scratching the surface based on what has come up.

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 US businesses propose hiding trade data used to trace abuse

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

US businesses propose hiding trade data used to trace abuse

"U.S. businesses are proposing to hide trade data used to trace abuse a group of major U.S. businesses wants the government to hide key import data a move trade experts say would make it more difficult for Americans to link products they buy to labor abuse overseas The proposal obtained by The Associated Press was made by an advisory panel comprised of executives from 20 companies including Walmart General Motors and Intel If adopted it would Shroud in secrecy customs data an ocean going freight responsible for about half of the $2.7 trillion in goods entering the U.S. every year Will truck and air cargo is

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Liberal Caller: Donald Trump's Tantrum Led to January 6th Riots

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | Last month

Liberal Caller: Donald Trump's Tantrum Led to January 6th Riots

"Don't know where to begin Todd. One, okay, Nancy closely had a reason to be upset. People were storming the capitol, urge on by Donald Trump. This would never have happened. If Donald Trump didn't have a tantrum, get mad, which was everybody knew he was going to do. None of this would have happened. People walked into her office, she had a reason to be upset. She didn't make a credible threat to Trump, she was communicating with Trump. The idea that she really, I mean, if Trump is scared of an 82 year old for a woman, I wouldn't be that surprised if Trump was. But I don't perceive her as much of a threat. And she is not in charge of the capital, please. There's the capital police board. So she's not even the one who makes those decisions. It's there's a place for that subject to do different congressional committees. Trump is the reason Trump is the reason there was a storming people carried Trump flags Todd. They didn't carry Pelosi flags to carry Trump flags and stormy. Why are you not do you think the blame to the man who's responsible for all of this? Jerry, you heard Donald Trump say protest peacefully. That's he said that over and over again in the speech on the Washington mall. Now look, the people that are ultimately responsible are the people who committed those crimes. And they should they should bear full responsibility, but I go back to the testimony of the U.S. capitol police chief who said 6 times 6 times they asked for National Guard help ahead of the demonstration because Jerry, the Intel was there. Even the Secret Service they came out yesterday and the seeker service do well in advance that there was a possibility for violence. Now, Jerry, you and I both know that you can manipulate a lot of stuff these days. And the concern I have is we do not know how many FBI agents were involved in the planning and the execution of what went down. And we just don't know that.

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Biden’s ‘Armageddon’ Talk Edges Beyond Bounds of U.S. Intel

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last month

Biden’s ‘Armageddon’ Talk Edges Beyond Bounds of U.S. Intel

"The grave threat to the nation is the man the putative president who sits in the Oval Office as I speak He is a grave threat to this nation and every respect Domestic and foreign The Associated Press Biden's Armageddon talk and just beyond bounds of U.S. intelligence president Joe Biden's warning that the world is at risk of nuclear Armageddon was designed to send an unvarnished message That no one should underestimate the extraordinary danger of Russia deploys tactical nuclear weapons In its war against Ukraine administration officials said Friday that's not what happened He made those comments he made those comments at a fundraising event Off the top of his head presidents grimace assessment delivered during a democratic fundraiser Last night rippled around the globe and appeared to edge beyond the boundaries of current U.S. intelligence assessments U.S. security officials continued to say they have no evidence that Vladimir Putin has him in it plans for nuclear strike Biden veered into talk about Ukraine at the end of his standard fundraising remarks Saying that Putin was not joking when he talks about the use of tactical nuclear weapons or biological or chemical weapons Those are quotes Further quotes we have not faced the prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban missile crisis He suggested the threat from Putin is real because it his military as you might say significantly underperforming

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Kash Patel: Either Russia or China Sabotaged the Nord Stream

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last month

Kash Patel: Either Russia or China Sabotaged the Nord Stream

"The brookings institution cash which is the pee pee hoax place They are freaking out that me and me personally they wrote a whole piece on it today because I've been honestly covering the explosion at the Nord stream pipeline I'm very careful I do not know who did it I chalk it up to its probably either Russia or the United States Russia would do it because I believe Putin may be looking for a reason to escalate So they could say look we were sitting in meanwhile sabotaging his own pipeline U.S. we would do it because one it appeals to the greens and second it kind of creates more of a crisis to get NATO involved If we were looking for it I don't know which one of those things is true But brookings seems really concerned with me talking about it Why do you think that is Well we should take everything the brookings Institutes for a 100% truth value Let's just rewind the clock a little bit Brookings institute the employer Fiona hill the lady in between Christopher Steele eager Dante COFF and the total russiagate hoax Both of whom broke the law and she hired those people at brookings Now that they're personally attacking you Dan is because you're doing the job of reporting the truth and burying their donor class And you've got it right Dan I don't know I don't have access to the classified Intel anymore but former deputy director of national intelligence I have an idea of what these guys do My money's on the Russians or the Chinese I think the Russians did it or the Chinese did it to make it look like America did it Either way circling back to our conversation about nuclear warhead talk Vladimir Putin now has the ultimate justification from his perspective he thought he had it by the growth of NATO on the iron curtain in the country in the 80s We said would never join I'm not saying he's right I'm just saying from his perspective Right Now he has the ultimate And we're never going to be able to prove it What are we going to go deep dive into North Sea to 2000 feet down Exactly It's the perfect crime It's perfect And unfortunately the tragic for our national security

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Why Congressman Jason Lewis Wrote Political Book 'Party Animal'

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:02 min | 2 months ago

Why Congressman Jason Lewis Wrote Political Book 'Party Animal'

"What brought you to write the book and what are you trying to communicate in? Well, you're on judiciary, ranking members. So you know all about how we weaponize the bottles of the bureaucracy. And that hit me between the eyes in the 115th. I started thinking about this. And then just the craziness that was happening with the Trump, starting with the inauguration, and you were talking about people protesting. I had protesters on my front lawn. You and I were being demagogue over the American healthcare act, which was a good piece of legislation. And I thought, this is getting out of control. And I'm afraid that if you let the left right history, you're never going to learn from. And that's what was happening already with CNN going after every Republican and it was getting out of hand. But I think the epiphany for me was, you know, if you're not on the intelligence committee, you don't get to see the Intel until they say, okay, members can come over and view this. And it was when we did that and trudged over to the capitol visitor center and looked at this stuff and all I remember Doug is sitting there going, is this all there is. Is this? And we were consumed for two years. It was thwarting our ability to move legislation. The media were Gaga over this line. Just absolute line. Trump is going to be indicted tomorrow. He's a Russian asset. Now there was a Trump Tower meeting. All of which proved to be a lie. And I thought, okay, I'm going to start taking a journal. And so I started writing a journal. And what happened was that started to continue through three campaign cycles, 16, 18, and 20. Well, then 20 came around, I'm the Senate nominee, and we are locked down except for a rioters in Minneapolis. The third precinct was broke was burnt to the ground, talking about destroying government property, right? And it was so orwellian, I continued with these journals, and so now, in 2021, at this all these journals and you know what it's like to write a book, you got to put it in readable fashion. So I found a cabin in the Minnesota northwoods and for a year and a half, I just hunkered down and wrote basically a history of how we got to the point where we'd weaponize the government on behalf of one party.

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What Is the Waffle House Index?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | 2 months ago

What Is the Waffle House Index?

"This is fascinating. So the weather guessers, they rely on the national hurricane center for all their Intel. But it turns out that fema actually checks in with waffle House, they've got this massive system in place. It's called the waffle House index. Ben dieter, I know you're from what Pennsylvania, from the Amish country, a Pennsylvania. That's right. But they have waffle House. So you guys have a waffle House. Do you know what I'm talking about? Yeah. All right, have you been to the waffle House? No. You need to have a gun if you do. You've told me about it. It's always good to be prepared because there's always a fight going down at the waffle House. But the food is delicious. And they had the waffles and the hash browns and the whatnot. I'm blown away in trying to make the link between hurricane Ian and waffles. So here's the deal. Waffle House is open 24/7. It doesn't matter what's happening. 24/7. So they've got an index, and this is somewhat an informal metric, but the company uses this to figure out how bad things are in that community. So for example, if the storm comes and waffle House is serving their full menu, that means typically there's no or little damage and they've got full power. So that's green. So that's green. Next on the waffle House index is yellow. That means you may not be able to get, you know, the sausage patties, or the bacon, or the toast. They don't have biscuits at waffle House. I never could understand that, but they got toast. That means that maybe the powers a little spotty, there are some outages, and they may not have a lot of food supplies. That's yellow. Now red is the apocalypse. That means the waffle House is completely closed. And a fema says that they actually use this to determine how bad the situation is in a town. So

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Sebastian Talks to Russian-Born U.S. Intel Expert Rebekah Koffler

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Sebastian Talks to Russian-Born U.S. Intel Expert Rebekah Koffler

"Back with Rebecca cough. She is the author of a former senior DIA expert on Russia. Jim carfano of heritage tweeted out early today and I retweeted it. If you look at what is it, the 27 28 members of NATO, the highest commitment of aid to Ukraine by members of NATO as a percentage of GDP are the Baltic states and Poland. Isn't that interesting? The states that were under the boot of the Soviet Union are invaded themselves. They're the ones helping out the Ukraine the most. Isn't that telling? Absolutely, and it's always been that way. Sebastian, I even when I was in the community, you know, the people who are very responsive and helpful, they assist us tremendously because they are right there in the theater. They gathered and not Germany. Germany's in bed with Moscow with the Gerhard shredder being one of the CEOs of Gazprom. Exactly. You're going to leave our studio. You've been doing media all day. You said you're going to go if you're going to write an analytic piece, talking about scenarios. So people need to read your article, but first, not nuking America because he's not insane. He's not suicidal. But what's scenarios under which could Putin consider using the low threshold low yield tactical nukes. Give us some examples. So we're exactly right now in this scenario Sebastian for which, on Putin's orders, this doctrine was developed in the first place, escalated to deescalate and scenarios this Putin is losing on the battlefield. And he is cornered.

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The Rise of TRUTH Social: A Conversation With Devin Nunes

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:15 min | 3 months ago

The Rise of TRUTH Social: A Conversation With Devin Nunes

"Devin Nunez, former congressman, former head of Intel, former member of in D.C., now head of truth social and still fighting the fight, Devin glad to have you with me on the podcast. Doug is great to be with you and aren't you and I both glad that we're not sitting in the swamp anymore and we're out still promoting conservative ideas conservative values and free speech and opening the Internet and all that great stuff. But boy, it's pretty ugly back there. Oh, I mean, somebody asked me, 'cause there's a possibility. I know you had left in midterm out in this last cycle. I said, well, no, run for your whole city again. I said, no, thanks for asking, but I'm good right now. After my Senate rise, you know, you just hit something that I think is important because what we're seeing right now, Devin, is when we were there, I mean, we were in a battle, especially the last four years. I mean, the Trump administration impeachment, Russia hoax, everything. But before we get into all that, though, I want to talk about truth and talk about this issue that we both saw with the Internet and with social media in general. Well, first take, what was your reaction when Zuckerberg went on Rogan and basically it admitted to what we all have been saying for so long, but yet we were called crazy. Well, you know, the first thing that struck me is, you know, Joe Rogan plays mister tough guy, and you know, that's fine. He's very popular more popular than you and I dug. The first thing that struck me is you have Zuckerberg there for, I don't know, an hour or whatever it was. And you don't ask him about the $419 million that he spent to go harvest votes on behalf of the Democrats. Now, I don't know if Zuckerberg slipped up or if he knew what he was talking about. But clearly he's got to answer for that now and our former colleagues in the Senate and the House are asking him those direct questions. And if the Republicans are rewarded with the majority, this is going to have to be a major investigation. And either he lied or didn't know what was going on, or he told the truth, which if he told the truth, then it's a major additional layer of problems for the disaster that DoJ and FBI are in. I don't know where it falls, Doug, I think it's too early to tell because Rogan didn't really follow up too much on the questioning.

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Nvidia Could Lose $400M Over China Chip Ban

The Trish Regan Show

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Nvidia Could Lose $400M Over China Chip Ban

"These market challenges that we're facing right now. I just want to point out that Nvidia, which is a major chip company, came out yesterday afternoon after the closing balance said, we're not going to make as much money. They actually filed a note with the SEC saying they anticipated $400 million less in terms of their revenue because they're no longer going to be able to sell chips to China. I'm going to quote from what they said here. It was a filing with the SEC. And they said that there's a new license requirement for future exports to China, including Hong Kong that would reduce the risk that the products may be used by the Chinese military. We don't want our chips being used by the Chinese military. Now do we? No, I actually think this is a pretty sensible thing to do. I've been pushing this forever. I'm glad to see the Intel. Is moving its headquarters to Ohio. We need more chip companies more really important companies. And by the way, not so important. Companies as well. Here headquartered domestically in the United States of America. The company, as I said, expects to lose about $400 million in potential sales in China in the current quarter after previously forecasting revenue of $5.9 billion. The new rule would also apply to sales that they might have to Russia, but apparently they know how many paying customers there. So it's not going to matter as much. But the technology stuff going to China, that's a big deal, right? In terms of our fears that the military is both going to use and also steal our trade secrets. The

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Rep. Louie Gohmert: Working Toward a Congress With Republican Majority

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Louie Gohmert: Working Toward a Congress With Republican Majority

"And if the Senate gets the majority, I will hope there is enough push from American people that it will wake the Senate up to what needs to be done because I think you'll see the house not do what Paul Ryan is speaker did, but actually go after the fraud and the corruption and start cleaning house. And I know Jim is making clear he's going after that. And, you know, Kevin McCarthy is saying he is going to make sure we help people accountable. Well, that's been the problem in the past. We would get people that would say we're going to do this and that like Boehner and Ryan and then they would do exactly the opposite. Not hold anybody accountable, but this Republican form of government with a little R it will not stand much longer if we do not hold these people accountable that have engaged in so much corruption. The Intel community has way too much power. The DoJ through the Patriot Act got more power than they should have ever gotten. And they continue to tell people on the judiciary. Oh gosh, we don't take this away. We're keeping America safe. But let me tell you, I've looked at what they say. They would saved by having some of the what I would say overzealous for the visions, the Patriot Act. And we don't need those. There's plenty of probable cause to get what we've gotten without them spying on every American which I would submit what's going on.

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We Have to Hope This Isn't a Repeat of 'The Steele Dossier'

The Trish Regan Show

01:54 min | 3 months ago

We Have to Hope This Isn't a Repeat of 'The Steele Dossier'

"New developments coming to us about what the FBI may have taken in that rate at Mar-a-Lago, including potentially some attorney client privileged materials, I think a lot of Americans are looking at this in sort of kind of a disbelief, right? One would have to assume one would want to assume that if they're going to go and take things from a former president's home, then indeed they had real reason to do so. And that's not entirely clear yet. I mean, I've read through the affidavit heavily retracted. And I understand that they felt that there were some very top classified information that was there alarming, and there should not be. Let's be very clear just so nobody misinterprets this, there should not be any top secret information outside of the location where it's supposed to be under top secret. I mean, this is bizarre to me. I don't know how the heck they got the stuff out of the place. Out of The White House to begin with. I mean, where's everybody that's supposed to be guarding it, right? That is pretty disturbing and concerning and it should have us all. Rather worried, but that aside, we have to we're on a hope and a prayer here, right? We have to hope and pray that this is not a repeat of what we saw with the dossier that turned out to be just disinformation from the other side. I mean, imagine that it was all American political disinformation. From the other side. So the FBI doesn't necessarily have the best track record. Now we're going into this whole thing, and on top of it, this is like the icing on the cake, we learn from Mark Zuckerberg that the FBI had spoken to Facebook because they were worried about disinformation and wrong sort of Intel from foreign sources coming via their platform as we went into the 2020 election. So

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"intel" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Me for Intel to make this move. Pat gelsinger and the CEO at Intel compared mobile eye to Tesla, which I suppose I would say that if I were a bad girl singer or sure what $1 trillion company can we compare this to? Let me think. But to go back to something you just touched on, it seems like at least part of the calculus for Intel in this move is maybe informed by what they have seen with rivian and the fact that, as you said, it's a $70 billion company with no vehicles on the road. And look, this is one of those things that shouldn't matter to investors like you and me, but it actually does because it involves institutions buying shares in blocks much larger than you or I or anyone. Listen to yourself, but okay. But you look at, you look at what happened with, let me put it this way. It's hard for me to look at what's happened with rivian and draw a conclusion other than there's an appetite among institutional investors for. Tesla type investments that aren't Tesla. They've already made their investment in Tesla. They know it's going to be they missed it or they missed it. Or they got in later than they wanted to. And they want and they recognize it's not going to be just like there's not one automaker. There's not going to be one electric vehicle maker. There are going to be multiples. They're going to be multiple winners. And so some of that money is going to go into businesses like Mobileye. Yeah, no, absolutely. And mobilize to me as a picks and pans play on the industry. You know, you go back in time and obviously, obviously, I don't know that this is a huge insight, but I'm going to make it anyway. The automobile turned out to be a pretty big deal here in the United States of America and around the world. And yet we went from hundreds of auto companies in the 1940s to essentially four American companies at the beginning of the century. I mean, that was how it worked out. This will be a similar this will be a similar. You know, it's going to be a rough go for business for an industry that really does have a lot of great things in front of us. This will be a lord of the flies industry. I believe that to be true. But companies like Mobileye, which are which are providing, which aren't really worried so much about which company wins, I mean, I think that they're in a really great spot. The market also thinks that they're in a really great spot. And pat gelsinger to your point recognizes that the rest of Intel isn't in a great spot, but you know what would help? Some cash. The timing is such that right now we're looking at the middle of 2022. So for those in the business media who are looking to aggregate their list of IPOs to watch in 2022, it's Christmas come early, because you can put mobile out on that list. One less thing to do. Yes. Speaking of media and aggregation and list building, BuzzFeed went public yesterday, via a special purpose acquisition company. I think everybody knows BuzzFeed, or is at least, if not a regular consumer, at some point, someone has sent you a BuzzFeed article or a list of some sort or it's popped up in your Twitter or Instagram feed. And it wasn't a great day. In terms of what happened with it closed down 11%, there was sort of that early pop. We got the reports over the weekend that a lot of people were initially interested in this, and then they just sort of walked away. And I mentioned all this because not to pick on BuzzFeed, but I do wonder we've seen so many companies go public via spac. Some of them in terms of getting attention from investors and the business media. They barely resonate. It's barely a blip. This is a well-known business. And so, therefore, it got more attention than the size of the business would warrant. And I'm wondering if you think this signals not the end of spacs, but part of me feels like whatever heat spacs had as a category, this was just one more bucket of cold water being dumped on it. I know how much you love for your guests to read on this show. I know you love this. But I do have to read something that we at The Motley Fool put out about a year ago. And it was about specs and a year ago now basically there were a lot of people who believe that the way that you invest was to buy us back, wait for it to announce sell it and then buy another spac and they were going to get rich that way. And we're not trying to get you to invest in spacs or to be excited about them. Every investment fed in history has ended badly for the majority of investors and we expect nothing different from specs when all is said and done. It's not to say we told you so because it's dumb to say we told you so, but it is to say that in our job, every once in a while, it's really unnerving to watch people to try and play the investment game in a way that it ought not be played in a way that things aren't really done, because you would hope they would figure it out, but usually figuring out that you're playing a game that you don't understand comes with some pain. And the spac market this year has been horrible. There are spacs that have come out public this year that are down more than 90%. And it's incredible to think about. So in the case of BuzzFeed, maybe because it is a higher profile company, this may be the very the death knell of our thinking about spacs as being magic beanstalk beans. It's a way of coming public. Nothing more nothing less than there are things about spacs that are better than coming public through a traditional initial public offering. But then there are things that are a lot worse and they're really should have been some sort of breaks put on BuzzFeed when 94% of the pre market money decided to redeem rather than go public with the company. Because that as they say is bad. Well, hopefully this has a similar and yet opposite effect from what we were talking about earlier with mobilize and rivian in the same way that someone at Intel might have looked at what was happening with rivian and said, you know, if we spin up mobile eye, we could probably make a decent buff. I'm sure I am a 100% confident. There were digital media companies watching closely with their fingers crossed on Monday when BuzzFeed went public via spac because they were thinking, boy, if this works, then we can do the same thing. And hopefully, at least some of those digital media companies and the people running them are looking at what's happened to BuzzFeed and.

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"To remind me of pin trading at at conferences and even at theme parks Were you get you get you try to collect all the pins and and if you get. Three of the pins Let's say you you've got you've got the pin for fief star are you. You've got the pin of of jim in with rock bison from bt s And you're you're looking to trade with someone for the jae ho pin these. Nfc's can be like pins right. They they they you can go into the metaverse. And you've got nf t for the only one of suga suga dance and You're looking at your you've got you wanna trade. You wanna find someone even collect all set. Yeah i think also with the video game stuff his. We've i think we've hit probably upper level. We are no longer elastic when it comes to video game pricing especially as physical packaging industry in distribution has kind of gone the way of the dodo and so the more that these companies can figure out ways that they can get more revenue in because charging more for the game is something that is kind of hit a wall. They're going to explore obviously micro transactions have been controversial video games. But that's where they've seen the growth and empties certainly more of a part of it. And if you really want to commemorate that time that you did that thing or there are are ways that you want to remember having a fond a moment in in the game than i do. Think that especially at scale those. Those could be worthwhile to the consumer a company. You don't need permission to dance. But you do need permission to get my. Nfc of junk cook and his dock. Indeed tom every company has an opinion on this chip shortage. Lenovo says it will continue into the first after next year. Qualcomm says it thinks it's shortage will begin to ease by the end of this year. And intel's pat gal. Zinger is the gloomiest zeh. Listening is not going to end this year. Not gonna end next year. No those i raise. Essential are going to come out in twenty three. While much of the chip shirted comes from a flood of orders causing a backlog some it also comes from shipping and logistics issues and none of these statements will help you get your products faster. If it's delay entered danish shipping shipping maersk. Anyone who's lived anywhere near a port has seen the ships grains and containers with the mir name on them might also catch them on a train rolling. By as you are sitting in traffic the company moves. Twenty percent of the world's ocean freight and merrick's just happens to have recently bought visible. Logistics company would nine us commerce belmont centers that back orders for retailers controlling..

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"intel" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Yeah that number still has to come down indeed. It does you. Don't wanna go to thirty eight. So the generation after that is eighteen. Which is the farthest piece of the roadmap. It is the vegas thing. So it's the second generation that will use that ribbon technology development for early twenty. Twenty five is the only thing until gave at this point. We don't have hard numbers anymore for improvements that expecting performance and eighteen the most important piece because that is the part where intel says that it will be back at the head of the pack so this all this wants to say that intel is not ahead right now like as a fact right now until does not make the most technically advanced chips on the planet and it expects to be making that again when eighteen hundred comes out in twenty twenty five. Twenty twenty six What's smaller than an extra so smaller than drama. I'm so glad you asked this. The extra is not actually. A scientific is not an si unit. It is an alternative unit. It's appeal it's an imperial unit. One angstrom zero point one nanometers but the metric scale generally only goes in units of three. So we go million which is three billion which is another three digits so the next thing down his pico pico meter. But we're probably a ways away from having to use that. Yeah even further somewhere on the intel chart. They're like twenty p is coming. Twenty p might be coming before the heat death of the universe two hundred p. and then just like giving themselves all of the numbers in between. Yeah yeah when they switched to measuring things angstrom. I also think they need to get rid of lakes and switch to ponds all right. We got an eye ever on the show. Explain the usb version numbers or explaining tells me it's always so much more complicated that you could possibly imagine. That's and that's why i appreciate. I apologize to everyone for this amazing. Well i'm is very much a chip beat lately. If you're listening to this and you you're the person and insulin charge of picking angstrom Just email heim because many questions are coming in one break and we got it. We have a lot of catching. Yeah all right. We're back support for this. Episode comes from forward. Most people go to the doctor.

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"intel" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Intel is considering a major acquisition to leapfrog back into semiconductor contention valve releases. Its long rumored hardware device why they were able to make a deep faith of anthony bourdain voice and of course the weekend long read suggestions. Here's what you missed today. In the world of tech sources say intel is exploring a deal to buy global foundries valuing global foundries at about thirty billion dollars and giving intel a shot in the arm with its recent plans to go head to head with tsmc and also. It's recent attempts to regain relevancy in the semiconductor market quoting the journal. Global foundries is owned by medalla investment. An investment arm of the abu dhabi government but based in the us any talks don't appear to include global foundries executives. As a spokeswoman for the company said it isn't in discussions with intel intel's new chief executive pat gelsinger in march said. The company would launch a major push to become a chip manufacturer for others. They market dominated by taiwan semiconductor manufacturing company or tsmc global foundries is one of the largest specialist chip production companies. It was created when intel rival advanced micro devices in two thousand eight decided to spin off. Its chip production operations. Global foundries has about seven percent of the foundry market share by revenue according to taiwan based research firm trend force and quote quoting. Daniel newman on twitter. This is huge news and enables intel to finally after tsmc at both the leading and lagging edge big price tag but a bold move that i can see working out well for intel and quote quoting patrick moorhead on twitter on intel acquiring global foundries. I can see why it would want to as it would make intel a full stack provider with specialty tech for five g. internet of things and automotive but the regulatory hurdles would be immense and quote. Actually i'm not sure about that. Maybe given the geopolitical nation state competitive layer to the semiconductor industry that we've been discussing at length all year i can see governments to the contrary actually encouraging moves like this that would make their domestic chip companies stronger. And finally. here's matthew prints quote fascinating to think about wind up being forced to disrupt itself to survive microsoft from windows centric to cloud centric pretty successfully now maybe intel from oem to od em wish clay christiansen. We're still with us to.

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth. Here and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company also in case. You're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple. He would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel's running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement. He would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel's running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage jitney time soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm. whoever else wants it and also doesn't just sort of signal..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple. He would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel's running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows. Pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm. whoever else wants it and also doesn't just sort of signal..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We don't know how to make our stuff work on your equipment. So that's going away to help with capacity of chip-making in the world because that's the problem. Everybody's having right now. Intel also announced it will invest twenty billion dollars to add to new chip fabs to existing facilities it has in chandler arizona. Those are set to go online in two thousand twenty four. So they're not gonna ease the current chip shortage it anytime soon but they will be there. Arizona is actually becoming a booming hotbed for manufacturing. Tsmc is planning to build something in the phoenix area. Samsung is considering building in arizona. Also considering austin so it may go one way or the other and until wants to go head to head with them on building chips. Tsmc and samsung get a lot of business from apple and qualcomm and others and gelsinger said in his announcement he he would love to build chips for apple he would love to build the m one chip for apple. Yes the same apple that intel is running ads. Slamming gelsinger said is clearly a copetition story and keep in mind until foundry services is a standalone company. Samsung does this all the time where the electronics side is slamming. Somebody that they actually build parts for in the other. Part of samsung makes chips. So until could just be like that well. Intel wants to build for others. It will also continue to take advantage of letting others build its chips where that makes sense. Everybody thought they were gonna go that they were going to become fabulous. Tsmc gets more than seven billion dollars of business from intel a year and that will continue with especially high performance chips like the supercomputer oriented seven. Nanometer ponte vecchio. They will continue where it makes sense to be like. Yeah we'll we'll outsource some stuff but we're also going to beef up. Our fabrication capacity. Gal singer is new to intel. Sort of he led the architect of the four eighty six chip back in the day and was cto when he left intel in two thousand nine. After thirty years there he went on to become ceo at emc and ceo. Of vm ware in the intervening years and he returned to intel as ceo february fifteenth this year and seems to have generated a lot of enthusiasm within the company. Also in case you're wondering they did announce something about seven nanometer. Seven nanometer consumer chip production. That's meteor lake is on scheduled to start in volume in twenty twenty three But the big news here is intel making turn away from like maybe becoming a fabulous company to saying no no. The money is in macon chips for everybody else instead of trying to compete with apple and hired justin long and try to sell more intel chips. Let's make the one chip we that way we could. We could sell intel chips to to windows pc makers and get some money out of making chips for apple qualcomm. whoever else wants it and also doesn't just sort of signal..

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Coming up on intel wants to make chips for apple and anybody else slack wants to be your messaging client of choice at least a work and qualcomm wants to make an intendo switch competitor. This is the daily tech news for wednesday march. Twenty four two thousand twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane mean sonny salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. The show's producer. Roger chan glad to hear it sunny in salt lake city might evolve meals often ship from their last week. They were late because it was definitely not sunny on some roads. It's never know yesterday was not sunny and windy and rainy so today. Very grateful for sun. We were just talking a lot about plumbing and water heaters on good day internet as well as snakes become a member at patriot. Dot com slash. Dpd and s and find out. What all of that is about. Let's start with a few things. you should mozilla released. Fire fox eighty seven which now includes smart block which is standing scripts for embedded third party trackers so that pages still load intended page rendering sequence without sending data. The browser also includes improved refer trimming which removes query data usually sent back to site operators when requesting contents at a meeting of the improving web advertising business group. The sounds like it comes from one. Thousand twelve Google engineer michael. Kleber said company currently is not testing. It's third party cookie. Replacement federated learning of cohorts or flock in the european union. Because they worry it might violate. Gdp are and the privacy directive as it is implemented. The issue is that publishers will not be providing users with clear notice of being part of a flock. And you don't have any choice about how your data will be used to create cohorts. Incoming amazon ceo. Andy jesse informed employees at the company hired got tableau. Ceo lipsky to replace jesse as ceo of aws. Celeski worked at amazon from two thousand five. Two thousand sixteen most recently served as vice president for aws sales marketing and support so he probably knows the business pretty well. The verizon media group plans to rebrand most of its media franchises as yoggu services with plans to offer subscription versions of those services under the name.

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Coming up on intel wants to make chips for apple and anybody else slack wants to be your messaging client of choice at least a work and qualcomm wants to make an intendo switch competitor. This is the daily tech news for wednesday march. Twenty four two thousand twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane mean sonny salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. The show's producer. Roger chan glad to hear it sunny in salt lake city might evolve meals often ship from their last week. They were late because it was definitely not sunny on some roads. It's never know yesterday was not sunny and windy and rainy so today. Very grateful for sun. We were just talking a lot about plumbing and water heaters on good day internet as well as snakes become a member at patriot. Dot com slash. Dpd s and find out. What all of that is about. Let's start with a few things. you should mozilla released. Fire fox eighty seven which now includes smart block which is standing scripts for embedded third party trackers so that pages still load intended page rendering sequence without sending data. The browser also includes improved refer trimming which removes query data usually sent back to site operators when requesting contents at a meeting of the improving web advertising business group. The sounds like it comes from one. Thousand twelve Google engineer michael. Kleber said the company currently is not testing. It's third party cookie. Replacement federated learning of cohorts or flock in the european union. Because they worry it might violate. Gdp are and the privacy directive as it is implemented. The issue is that publishers will not be providing users with clear notice of being part of a flock. And you don't have any choice about how your data will be used to create cohorts. Incoming amazon ceo. Andy jesse informed employees at the company hired. Got tableau ceo lipsky to replace jesse as ceo of aws celeski worked at amazon from two thousand five two thousand sixteen most recently served as vice president for aws.

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Coming up on intel wants to make chips for apple and anybody else slack wants to be your messaging client of choice at least a work and qualcomm wants to make an intendo switch competitor. This is the daily tech news for wednesday march. Twenty four two thousand twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane mean sonny salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. The show's producer. Roger chan glad to hear it sunny in salt lake city might evolve meals often ship from their last week. They were late because it was definitely not sunny on some roads. It's never know yesterday was not sunny and windy and rainy so today. Very grateful for sun. We were just talking a lot about plumbing and water heaters on good day internet as well as snakes become a member at patriot. Dot com slash. Dpd and s and find out. What all of that is about. Let's start with a few things. you should mozilla released. Fire fox eighty seven which now includes smart block which is standing scripts for embedded third party trackers so that pages still load intended page rendering sequence without sending data. The browser also includes improved refer trimming which removes query data usually sent back to site operators when requesting contents at a meeting of the improving web advertising business group. The sounds like it comes from one. Thousand twelve Google engineer michael. Kleber said the company currently is not testing. It's third party cookie. Replacement federated learning of cohorts or flock in the european union. Because they worry it might violate. Gdp are and the privacy directive as it is implemented. The issue is that publishers will not be providing users with clear notice of being part of a flock. And you don't have any choice about how your data will be used to create cohorts. Incoming amazon ceo. Andy jesse informed employees at the company hired. Got tableau ceo lipsky to replace jesse as ceo of aws celeski worked at amazon from two thousand five two thousand sixteen most recently served as vice president for aws.

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02:13 min | 1 year ago

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"Coming up on intel wants to make chips for apple and anybody else slack wants to be your messaging client of choice at least a work and qualcomm wants to make an intendo switch competitor. This is the daily tech news for wednesday march. Twenty four two thousand twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane mean sonny salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. The show's producer. Roger chan glad to hear it sunny in salt lake city might evolve meals often ship from their last week. They were late because it was definitely not sunny on some roads. It's never know yesterday was not sunny and windy and rainy so today. Very grateful for sun. We were just talking a lot about plumbing and water heaters on good day internet as well as snakes become a member at patriot. Dot com slash. Dpd s and find out. What all of that is about. Let's start with a few things. you should mozilla released. Fire fox eighty seven which now includes smart block which is standing scripts for embedded third party trackers so that pages still load intended page rendering sequence without sending data. The browser also includes improved refer trimming which removes query data usually sent back to site operators when requesting contents at a meeting of the improving web advertising business group. The sounds like it comes from one. Thousand twelve Google engineer michael. Kleber said the company currently is not testing. It's third party cookie. Replacement federated learning of cohorts or flock in the european union. Because they worry it might violate. Gdp are and the privacy directive as it is implemented. The issue is that publishers will not be providing users with clear notice of being part of a flock. And you don't have any choice about how your data will be used to create. Cohorts in coming amazon ceo. Andy jesse informed employees at the company hired got tableau. Ceo lipsky to replace jesse as ceo of. Aws celeski worked at amazon from two thousand five two thousand sixteen most recently served as vice president for aws.

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Coming up on intel wants to make chips for apple and anybody else slack wants to be your messaging client of choice at least a work and qualcomm wants to make an intendo switch competitor. This is the daily tech news for wednesday march. Twenty four two thousand twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt studio redwood. I'm sarah lane mean sonny salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. The show's producer. Roger chan glad to hear it sunny in salt lake city might evolve from their last week. They were late because it was definitely not sunny on some roads. It's never know yesterday was not sunny and windy and rainy so today. Very grateful for sun. We were just talking a lot about plumbing and water heaters on good day internet as well as snakes become a member at patriot. Dot com slash. Dpd and s and find out. What all of that is about. Let's start with a few things. you should mozilla released. Fire fox eighty seven which now includes smart block which is standing scripts for embedded third party trackers so that pages still load intended page rendering sequence without sending data. The browser also includes improved refer trimming which removes query data usually sent back to site operators when requesting contents at a meeting of the improving web advertising business group. The sounds like it comes from one. Thousand twelve Google engineer michael. Kleber said company currently is not testing. It's third party cookie. Replacement federated learning of cohorts or flock in the european union. Because they worry it might violate. Gdp are and the privacy directive as it is implemented. The issue is that publishers will not be providing users with clear notice of being part of a flock. And you don't have any choice about how your data will be used to create cohorts. Incoming amazon ceo. Andy jesse informed employees at the company hired. Got tableau ceo. Adam lipsky to replace jesse as ceo of aws celeski worked at amazon from two thousand five. Two thousand sixteen.

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Coming up on intel wants to make chips for apple and anybody else slack wants to be your messaging client of choice at least a work and qualcomm wants to make an intendo switch competitor. This is the daily tech news for wednesday march. Twenty four two thousand twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane mean sonny salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. The show's producer. Roger chan glad to hear it sunny in salt lake city might evolve meals often ship from their last week. They were late because it was definitely not sunny on some roads. It's never know yesterday was not sunny and windy and rainy so today. Very grateful for sun. We were just talking a lot about plumbing and water heaters on good day internet as well as snakes become a member at patriot. Dot com slash. Dpd and s and find out. What all of that is about. Let's start with a few things. you should mozilla released. Fire fox eighty seven which now includes smart block which is standing scripts for embedded third party trackers so that pages still load intended page rendering sequence without sending data. The browser also includes improved refer trimming which removes query data usually sent back to site operators when requesting contents at a meeting of the improving web advertising business group. The sounds like it comes from one. Thousand twelve Google engineer michael. Kleber said the company currently is not testing. It's third party cookie. Replacement federated learning of cohorts or flock in the european union. Because they worry it might violate. Gdp are and the privacy directive as it is implemented. The issue is that publishers will not be providing users with clear notice of being part of a flock. And you don't have any choice about how your data will be used to create cohorts. Incoming amazon ceo. Andy jesse informed employees at the company hired got tableau. Ceo adam lipsky to replace jesse as ceo of aws. Celeski worked at amazon from two thousand five. Two thousand sixteen.

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"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"intel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Coming up on intel wants to make chips for apple and anybody else slack wants to be your messaging client of choice at least a work and qualcomm wants to make an intendo switch competitor. This is the daily tech news for wednesday march. Twenty four two thousand twenty one in los angeles. I'm tom merritt and from studio redwood. I'm sarah lane mean sonny salt lake city. I'm scott johnson. The show's producer. Roger chan glad to hear it sunny in salt lake city might evolve meals often ship from their last week. They were late because it was definitely not sunny on some roads. It's never know yesterday was not sunny and windy and rainy so today. Very grateful for sun. We were just talking a lot about plumbing and water heaters on good day internet as well as snakes become a member at patriot. Dot com slash. Dpd s and find out. What all of that is about. Let's start with a few things. you should mozilla released. Fire fox eighty seven which now includes smart block which is standing scripts for embedded third party trackers so that pages still load intended page rendering sequence without sending data. The browser also includes improved refer trimming which removes query data usually sent back to site operators when requesting contents at a meeting of the improving web advertising business group. The sounds like it comes from one. Thousand twelve Google engineer michael. Kleber said company currently is not testing. It's third party cookie. Replacement federated learning of cohorts or flock in the european union. Because they worry it might violate. Gdp are and the privacy directive as it is implemented. The issue is that publishers will not be providing users with clear notice of being part of a flock. And you don't have any choice about how your data will be used to create cohorts. Incoming amazon ceo. Andy jesse informed employees at the company hired. Got tableau ceo. Adam lipsky to replace jesse as ceo of aws. Celeski worked at amazon from two thousand five two thousand sixteen.

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