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The Best Cyber Monday Deals

KYW 24 Hour News

03:49 min | 5 d ago

The Best Cyber Monday Deals

"Happy Cyber Monday here to break down the best deals for us on this shoppers. HOLIDAY Jason Heiner with Tech website See Net. Jason. Thanks for being with us. Ah, lot of us are doing a lot of our shopping online this year. How much emphasis are our retailers putting on cyber Monday? Yeah, It's interesting because Cyber Monday used to be the separate day from black Friday where all the tech stuff happened. And it had this long legacy of it was when people went back to work after Thanksgiving weekend, and they were on line where they had, you know, better connection, and then they would do all the deals. Well, since then, Cyber Monday has kind of merged into black fighting is now Tech is one of the things that People gift, the most or our deals. They're looking for the most. So now the two of kind of merged together, so ah, lot of the deals. One of the sort of the secrets is that a lot of the deals that Have migrated to black Friday essentially are holdovers until cyber Monday. So it's a lot of the same deals and a lot of the same technologies that are on sale on on cyber Monday that were, you know, on sale on on black Friday, all right, So if you missed out on Friday, here's another chance, and a lot of retailers to AH, Cyber Week. Sales so you may have all week. But don't miss out. I love having tech journalists on with us because we get a look at what their secrets are for shopping for technology items and Jason, Have you purchased anything that we should know about? We should put in our online shopping carts. Ah, well, we have seen it has named what we think of his kind of the big Five things that are are going to be what we think it was the top tech gifts Or maybe the most Desired tech gives where we see the most demand. So number one on the list on that, surprisingly, is this is a year for new video game consoles and with a lot of people spending a lot more time at home, not being able to Engage in other kinds of entertainment, like concerts and movies and other things. Home entertainment is huge. So the new X Box Syria's X and the Sony PlayStation five. Those are at the top of a lot of lists this year and what they are. They really are the next generation of of video game quality, really super high quality, so video games that are even more like a movie, you know, putting yourself in the middle of a movie and plane, one of the characters. Those air there, You know, there's also Apple released their new Mac book, Air. Ah, lot of people are working from home are getting their kids. Um, machines to better be able tol during the holiday, So that's a big one. There's also for those who aren't going to do a premium machine like the new Apple MacBook Air. There's a Dell XPS 13. We also have a list of the best chromebooks for especially for kids in education. So that's big. And speaking of kids. Another big one was Amazon Echo released. The Amazon echo dot Kids edition, which is aimed at little kids, You know it has some parental controls and kid friendly content, but they also come now echo dots are in the shape of a sphere, so they have won that Comes either in a tiger or a panda addition and they're pretty adorable. So they look like that. So those were kind of the top three. We have some other ones on the list, of course as well, you know, check out CNN dot com cnet dot com. I was just gonna say that Jason Heiner with CNET, Thanks so much for those shopping

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Amazon announces new gadgets at big hardware event

Midday News

02:22 min | 2 months ago

Amazon announces new gadgets at big hardware event

"Amazon's latest hardware in such today, Alexa Let's learn Mohr, Cnet's Jason Heiner is on the line. Hi, Jason. Hey, they haven't. So what else does Amazon want us to make room for in our homes now? Well, they changed a couple of things that introduced a new things. This is their fall hardware event that happened yesterday. There's always some surprises, and they didn't they didn't disappoint. This year There were a number of new things that will be announced a new cloud gaining scrimmage, so Using a controller that will connect directly to the cloud back to your any device, you'll be able to play on your fire TV and some other devices. They also announced a ring flying robot drone camera that will go around your house. And if there was anything you were gone, and you've got an alert from an alarm system or a call from a neighbor that something was going on, you could fly this little drug control with your phone and and check things out. Make sure nothing bad was happening. That was interesting. They also announced bring to the company that did the camp of the part of the Amazon that did. The flying camera also announced a new car alarm and a dash cam. So if you get pulled over by the police, you can say, you know, elect side being pulled over and it'll automatically start a camera so that if there was anything that happened with law enforcement That was inappropriate. It would be recorded so on and even a little mailbox said There's something small in that they announced yet today. Well, that's going to be this little center that will let you know when you've got mail or if someone you know is reaching into your mailbox when they shouldn't lots of new self of unexpected things and obviously knew stuff they updated their Amazon echo devices. They know what big cylinders that Sit on here, a little park that sits on your counter or bedside table. But now they are kind of little orbs here. A little balls were more future Look.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:32 min | 4 months ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"CBS NEWS Time. 1 52 time Now for our Tech Watch report with CNET editorial director Jason Heiner Sir Jason Up. Well, interesting, maybe controversial that a group of lawmakers are asking some of the top tech companies to do more to stop the spread of misinformation regarding climate change. So what's what's behind this? Yeah, I don't think you have me. There were 30 lawmakers this week that sent a letter Tio several of the tech CEOs but specifically and that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. And YouTube CEO in We'll just be about the in action that they have taken toward climate change denial on the platforms, especially in videos. And other communications on their platforms with lawmakers really call them out and say that that they haven't done enough that they are allowing this information to be peddled on their platforms and because of that, that what they call climate change denialism on Social media. His cortical feeding a cycle of climate in action, and so they address this directly to the CEO. And this is ahead. Of course. Later this week, the Texas years Apple Amazon going Facebook or getting called before Congress. To answer for that sort of growing power of attacking the influence effect in the U. S. And around the world. But why should lawmakers tell a company to tell me To believe something that I may not or have not believed. What? Why are they getting involved in this? Yeah, I mean, there there. Assertion is that B? They're allowing this sort of misinformation or you know what they say. You know, pseudoscience getting pedalled as if it's equal to sort of basic scientific facts. But like I said, it doesn't get to be a slippery slope. In terms of you know, Whats that on what fiction or what is essentially, um Political speech, and all of these platforms are struggling with this right now. All right, well, we'll see what happens later this week to Jason Thanks very much that is seen in its editorial director Jason Heiner, and you could hear our tech watch reports weekdays at 1 50 here on KCBS..

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"jason heiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:54 min | 10 months ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Advertorial director Jason Heiner the sturdiness of Motorola's new foldable phone is being called into question after a review our notice that the screen already appeared to be showing some signs of wear and tear the razor was released just two weeks ago less than two weeks ago J. somebody here in yeah a writer as it in place had where razor whole part she apart and but that would not get it not too much of a surprise I hear you say that we have noticed in more worried about this air gap in the middle right where that is when we sold it and so that concerned at the maybe the most concerning part of this you know happened when it was folded in the person's pocket include that challenges also another report from somebody that bought one and they had it out in the cold and they opened it up for the first time and the screen cracked right down the middle so may have been the cold you know kind of extreme cold that that it was not ready for and then you get don't drop that and I should say we had a doctor and a fold that in our own people pass the folder only made it to twenty seven thousand fall that a hundred and twenty thousand can get the galaxy fault last fall and we really were hoping that it would reach at least a hundred thousand that's kind of what normal wear and tear on having a license on so yeah it doesn't sound so for what you want for a thousand Bucks I'm just getting the reviewer also spotted a problem with Samsung's new flip phone yes ma'am well she's shown has this one is a little bit better constructed but we will have meaning from a court including won the checkered back Yeltsin from that you to jail Jerry we get everything he put it in some durability testing he found that even Springer's mail last year some scratches on the phone screen so the only one actually June glass one of the big river the with the phone and get a glass bowl but Joakim wondering of course about the rest is this truly classes in some kind of polymer that mixes glass plastic and I guess you can't buy those special protective cases for these folding phones what had age of of really Nike but you can get with both of them that the company's name all but one of the one of the benefits of something the full but this is the same with me for the book you know that the paper is protected and so when something full our hope is that there is more protected if you drop something like that I hope they would get it it's going to be better but even our box set out by the crack not people protect not for me I really like to drop my phone thanks for talking to us see that and it's a real director Jason Heiner you cal tech watch reports we take one fifty.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Tech watch report with sienet editorial director Jason Heiner there are some issues with Twitter this afternoon here in the KCBS newsroom people can't write original tweets nor can they re tweet and we understand scene it is working on the story and it's not just a San Francisco story Jason what do you know yes so interestingly enough the product one of the project managers of Twitter Patrick trial there tweeted that tweeting is broken and that we're working on fixing it so you can you can go to Twitter you can see tweet but you can't reach with anything you can't start a new tweet you can favorite other things and so many people use it is a nice way to go get a Cup of coffee or meditate for five minutes or something because it'll probably be back before too long okay so you so you're you're anticipating that it will be fixed quickly how long has it been out from what we can tell it's been just within the last like fifteen to twenty minutes but yet Twitter support that account at Twitter support also has now tweeted something that says you may be experiencing trouble sending tweets but we're working on fixing this right now so yeah I expect it will be too long these are the days I remember the days when Twitter used to go down a lot and they would be to fail wells and that kind of thing not we don't we don't see that too much anymore okay thanks so no no anticipation of specific times but that that your senses that this is a very temporary thing because people freak out they want to do their tweet tweet true so true yeah I don't think it'll be too long okay thanks so much that's a scene at editorial director Jason Heiner and onto.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"CBS news Amir Ruben chatting was seen as editorial director Jason Heiner so over and lift their getting some competition what's this about a new Tesla ride sharing service test was CEO you on must be said for a number of years that eventually he'd love to have this fleet of taz was that to use the app and you can hail a ride and they will have self driving versions of them that will come just pick you up and take with you wherever you want to go I feel very confident predicting Thomas rover Texas has the next year and recently he said you know if we're going to do that maybe we should start by just having some human drivers and set up a system where you can you know have an app in Hey let's has line in the same way you do in Hoover or left and you know they have their own insurance program so that makes this kind of interesting as well the people who maybe user taz was to also give some rides are also well insured you know that can be one of the the stumbling blocks to that so that's an interesting step forward he also said that eventually they want to still do that the thing where these will be completely automated and that you know you can make your tassel available to do ride hailing during the day while you're at work so we can you know make money for yeah when you're not using it Facebook is giving parents more control over their kids messages so what's the chains with messenger kids yes the messenger kids been out for a couple years it's drawn some criticism from parents about inappropriate content getting through so now Facebook is doing something that some other services have done where they're offering you the ability as a parent for a kid under thirteen to basically see and be able to check their recent contacts in their chat history logs of images sent and then be able to delete anything inappropriate and also be able to remotely log a kid out of the app is sort of some bad stuff is is happening you discover at ancestry dot com DNA testing company ancestry says police requested access to its database so did they comply it's not clear yet so what they are trying to sort out what this means you know with DNA is something that is gotten really popular with twenty three in me and ancestry and there's a couple others that do this and I you know now they've got this warrant where law enforcement wants to use this to essentially try to solve some criminal cases and that's where all the sudden the privacy issue of you know put in this information of yours very sensitive information in the hands of you know these private companies starts to to call the question the larger issue there so answers he said that it did comply it has complied with six other law enforcement requests which relate to credit card misuse fraud and identity theft but this one is on going so this is one another one of those issues where technology and privacy are starting to have some classes that are gonna be important to sort out in the years ahead that was seen as editorial director Jason Heiner on their Rubin.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Slash needle CBS news on their Ruben chanting was seen as editorial director Jason Heiner so over and lift their getting some competition what's this about a new Tesla ride sharing service Tesla CEO Elon musk they said for a number of years that eventually he'd love to have this fleet of taz was that to use the app and you can hail a ride and they will have self driving versions of them that will come in just pick you up and take with you wherever you want to go I feel very confident predicting Thomas rover Texas has the next year and recently she said you know if we're going to do that maybe we should start by just having some human drivers and set up a system where you can you know have an app in Calif Tesla and say what you do in Hoover or left and you know they have their own insurance program so that makes this kind of interesting as well the people who maybe user taz was to also give some rides are also well insured you know that can be one of the the stumbling blocks to that so that's an interesting step forward he also said that eventually they want to still do that the thing where these will be completely automated and that you know you can make your Tesla available to do ride hailing during the day while you're at work so we can you know make money for yeah when you're not using it Facebook is giving parents more control over their kids messages so what's the chains with messenger kids yes the messenger kids been out for a couple years it's drawn some criticism from parents about in a proof yet content getting through so now Facebook is doing something that some other services have done where they're offering you the ability as a parent for a kid under thirteen to basically see and be able to check their recent contacts in their chat history logs of images sent and then be able to delete anything inappropriate and also be able to remotely log a kid out of the app is sort of some bad stuff is is happening you discover at ancestry dot com DNA testing company ancestry says police requested access to its database so did they comply it's not clear yet so what they are trying to sort out what this means you know what DNA is something that is gotten really popular with twenty three in me and ancestry and there's a couple others that do this and a you know now they've got this warrant where law enforcement wants to use this to essentially try to solve some criminal cases and that's where all the sudden the privacy issue of you know put in this information of yours very sensitive information in the hands of you know these private companies starts to to call the question the larger issue there so answers he said that it did comply it has complied with six other law enforcement requests which relate to credit card misuse fraud and identity theft but this one is on going so this is one another one of those issues where technology and privacy are starting to have some classes that are gonna be important to sort out in the years ahead that was seen as editorial director Jason Heiner on their Rubin CBS news CBS radio and CBS news radio dot com last FM three angel just celebrated his fifth anniversary of his residency at Madison Square Garden it's a record breaking run that has seen them play over one hundred shows at the venue he's also welcome dozens of celebrities on stage including Bruce Springsteen Paul Simon he's good Miley Cyrus what you can now add Jon Bon Jovi that he recently joined Joe on stage to back him up it's still rock and roll yeah big shot at one point he remarked to the ground I'm the luckiest kid of Madison Square Garden sitting on stage Billy Joel maybe it was the warm up act for the upcoming summer tour that Bon Jovi recently and now support of their album Bon Jovi twenty twenty they'll be on the road through June and July and their last night yeah Madison Square Garden for last FM be a part of our network visit us at CBS news radio on Facebook I'm Anthony Mason with Gayle king and Tony to Coble Democrats in Nevada are promising not to make the same mistakes in their caucus later this month as I owe it did during its caucus in about a state party says it scrapping plans to use the same apple but many are blaming for the reporting issues in Iowa a company called shadow made that after the statement shadow apologized saying quote the underlying data and collection process was sound and accurate but our process to transmit results was not dean Reynolds is in des Moines where many voters are not happy my paramount concern is making sure that these results are accurate I am a democratic chair Troy price fought back Tuesday against critics who question the use.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:17 min | 10 months ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The KCBS ring central news line by Jason Heiner editorial director for sienet advice Jason is there a possibility that others will pull out in this show could be called off I mean they're certainly that possibility L. he's the first and the largest company in most high profile company the plot of the show you know and work three weeks away now decided they said they didn't want to newly exposed hundreds of L. D. employees to international travel that said L. G. you know does have a presence the show they didn't necessarily have a lot of big things to announce so it'll see if it'll be interesting to see if there are other dominoes that that fall you know other companies have told me that while way qual com show me that they do not planned to to pull out that they're still planning to participate GSMA that runs M. W. C. has said you know in its own statement that they're gonna monitor and assess the potential impact of the corona virus but they planned for the show to go on that they've done a few things to take some recommendations to to attend these basically for hygiene they want to change the microphone protocol for speakers and then they want to advise all in ten attendees to adopt a no handshake policy but that's the most that we know so far yeah the old elbow bump instead of the hand shake it begs the whole question about travel and trade shows and schmoozing and business deal doing in a time when people are concerned one or two might not be able to get there because of travel is being pulled back yeah it's true so it's going to be it is going to be an interesting test we have seen in the past there have been conferences alike there there were some in Asia that were postponed when the sars outbreak happened so I it will be it wouldn't be unprecedented if it were postponed but we're getting pretty close it's going to be there's gonna be a lot to keep an eye on over the next week as we see if any other companies decide to change their approach the only other company that we know of the Chinese company V. T. E. that they cancel their press conference at the show they said on Wednesday but they're going to still go ahead and and schedule go ahead with their other scheduled activities at and if you see these are tech people can they just do all of this via a giant video conference our teleconference of some sort well there there is an argument that you know how viable is it is still have all these people coming together for an event like CVS or like mobile World Congress but at the same time it's interesting because the more that we have all of that electronic communication and the more that that takes over a lot of the the things that we do and there's probably less travel in some cases the higher value we put on the human connections the times when we can actually come together and you know sit at the same table talk things out and and go through it so it is the present time it still feels like there is a place for these and maybe more so in a world where we're doing more of our communications electronically Jason thanks for the times when Justin Heiner is editorial director at sea.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Jason Heiner let's begin today with full double phones diamonds are said to be a girl's best friend but they also could be a foldable phones best friend so Jason tell us why diming glass could be the key to foldable phone yes of today's foldable phones as we know have had some problems with durability especially the Simpson galaxy fold and that's because the the screens are plastic and most of the phones that we have today use glass for durability use mostly gorilla glass you know they've super durable and so there's a new company diamond glass essentially using a diamond surface have a very thin but very hard much more like glass surface that they say will be able to be used in some of the folding phones of the future to deal with this durability problem and if I was the betting kind I bet there's a little voice in many people's heads saying it's time to stop procrastinating and make the move to windows ten so what do we need to know January fourteenth was the final day that Microsoft was supporting windows seven so that means that consumers can no longer call Microsoft for tech support also Microsoft will no longer push security updates to windows seven so it doesn't mean we do seven will stop working if you have a machine that has it it's still working fine but you're on your own in terms of security so you have to really be careful about implementing security best practices not going to malicious websites not clicking on links in you know emails from people you're not familiar with because Microsoft won't have patches for even new vulnerabilities that that happened to windows seven and finally I wanted to ask you about president trump he's attacking apple on Twitter for refusing to unlock the Pensacola shooters iPhones so what's the issue here yes so apple is said repeatedly that it does not and will not create a back door to encryption on its devices because if you create it for the good guys then ultimately the bad guys figure out how to use it and so the government often and this is not the first time it's happened comes to them and says Hey we have this iPhone eight you know it's encrypted we need you to to just break it for us and and they after my everybody well no we don't do that we don't create back doors they did share other information I cloud backups and transactional data and things that are available for in this case it's a gunmen and down Donald Trump is come out publicly and say Hey apple needs to you know help us do this there's lots of things we do for apple and they need to help us figure it out and you know apple is kind of again he said you know we we don't do that we don't create back doors there is no back door that was seen as editorial director Jason Heiner on their Ruben CBS news W. W. J. news time one forty three F. Y. hi I'm Jim Chevy CBS news each year the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas showcases the latest in technology to make our lives better one of the most unusual items to debut at this year's show is what developers called the world's first truly smart diaper actually the device from Miami bass Marty is not a diaper at.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:25 min | 11 months ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Never go to the post office again CBS news on their Ruben chanting was seen as editorial director Jason Heiner let's begin today with foldable phones diamonds are said to be a girl's best friend but they also could be a foldable phones best friend so Jason tell us why diming glass could be the key to foldable phone yes of today's foldable phones as we know have had some problems with durability especially the Simpson galaxy fold and that's because the the screens are plastic and most of the phones that we have today use glass for durability use mostly gorilla glass you know they're super durable and so there's a new company diamond glass essentially using a diamond surface have a very thin but very hard much more like glass surface that they say will be able to be used in some of the folding phones of the future to deal with this durability problem and if I was the betting kind I bet there's a little voice in many people's heads saying it's time to stop procrastinating and make the move to windows ten so what do we need to know January fourteenth was the final day that Microsoft was supporting windows seven so that means that consumers can no longer call Microsoft for tech support also Microsoft will no longer push security updates to windows seven so it doesn't mean we do seven will stop working if you have a machine that has it it's still working fine but you're on your own in terms of security so you have to really be careful about implementing security best practices not going to malicious websites not clicking on links in you know emails from people you're not familiar with because Microsoft won't have patches for even new vulnerabilities that that happened to windows seven and finally I wanted to ask you about president trump he's attacking apple on Twitter for refusing to unlock the Pensacola shooters iPhones so what's the issue here yes so apple has said repeatedly that it does not and will not create a back door to encryption on its devices because if you create it for the good guys then ultimately the bad guys figure out how to use it and so the government often and this is not the first time it's happened comes to them and says Hey we have this iPhone eight you know it's encrypted we need you to to just break it for us and and they after my your body well no we don't do that we don't create backdoors they did share other information I cloud backups and transactional data and things that are available for in this case it's a a gun men and down Donald Trump is come out publicly and say Hey apple needs to you know help us do this there's lots of things we do for apple and they need to help us figure it out and you know apple's kind of again he said you know we we don't do that we don't create factors there is no back door that was seen as editorial director season Heiner on their Ruben CBS news be a part of our network visit us at CBS news radio on Facebook music this is sound bites and I'm James it how many ways can you shuffle your music you might as well ask how many notes there are in the symphony everyone's got their own ideas about how best to optimize the listening experience.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Foldable phones CBS news on their Ruben chanting missing that's editorial director Jason Heiner let's begin today with foldable phones diamonds are said to be a girl's best friend but they also could be a foldable phones best friend so Jason tell us why dining glass could be the key to foldable phone yes of today's foldable phones as we know have had some problems with durability especially the Simpson galaxy fold and that's because the the screens are plastic and most of the phones that we have today use glass for their ability to use mostly gorilla glass you know they've super durable and so there's a new company diamond glass essentially using a diamond surface have a very thin but very hard much more like glass surface that they say will be able to be used in some of the folding phones of the future to deal with this durability problem and if I was the betting kind I bet there's a little voice in many people's heads saying it's time to stop procrastinating and make the move to windows ten so what do we need to know January fourteenth was the final day that Microsoft was supporting windows seven so that means that consumers can no longer call Microsoft for tech support also Microsoft will no longer push security updates to windows seven so it doesn't mean windows seven will stop working if you have a machine that has it it's still working fine but you're on your own in terms of security so you have to really be careful about implementing security best practices not going to malicious websites not clicking on links in you know emails from people you're not familiar with because Microsoft won't have patches for even new vulnerabilities that that happened to windows seven and finally I wanted to ask you about president trump he's attacking apple on Twitter for refusing to unlock the Pensacola shooters iPhones so what's the issue here yes so apple is said repeatedly that it does not and will not create a back door to encryption on its devices because if you create it for the good guys then ultimately the bad guys figure out how to use it and so the government often and this is not the first time it's happened comes to them and says Hey we have this iPhone eight you know it's encrypted we need you to to just break it for us and and they after my your body well no we don't do that we don't create back doors they did share other information I cloud backups and transactional data and things that are available for in this case it's a a gunmen and down Donald Trump is come out publicly and say Hey apple needs to you know help us do this there's lots of things we do for apple and they need to help us figure it out and you know apple's kind of again he said you know we we don't do that we don't create factors there is no back door that was seen as editor el director Jason Heiner on their Ruben CBS news coverage of the news time to forty four with the winter storm approaching some drivers in northern Minnesota could have a rough weekend in store Minnesota in January not a good time for a snow plow drivers strike union plow drivers in Saint Louis county in northern Minnesota walked off the job Danny Kaye's all with the county says management will be brushing off the plowing skills we are you saying the supervisors as well as we have either licensed and qualified staff who can also safely drive the snow plows that as a contingency plan the county and its plow drivers are stuck over health care and sick leave issues and there is no indication resolution is inside with a winter storm watch and.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Much for staying with us eleven fifty am David Rankin Microsoft will force you into the latest operating system even kicking and screaming if you're not ready to as of today Microsoft is pretty much killed windows seven something that they did with windows XP years ago we're joined by Jason Heiner from seeing that on the care of the news lines to Jason what does end of life mean for awhile that they were feeding now windows seven in this is part of the natural cycle of what they do the windows seven was the most popular and had been the most popular version of windows for a long time Microsoft no longer supporting it and means there's you know there's not going to be update for software updates Microsoft not gonna help if the thing you know runs into problems give machines minor problems with it so it's it's yes that reached its end of life we you know we publish seen as published a story that shows you can still get a free upgrade to windows ten supposedly this ended in twenty sixteen that the free upgrade but our story show you how to to still get what is a free upgrade that Microsoft you know kind of never really took down from their site they offered it publicized it for a year but it is still available is windows seven obsolete really it still runs like a charm especially on older machines in most cases because the up for the free upgrade is still out there I don't think it's so much a money grab is it is it's harder to keep multiple things really secure and well supported it's much easier to to support fewer things you know if your Microsoft and they would argue that you know they can do it better if they don't have to split the resources between multiple things right it's like you know trying to pick a favorite kid yeah and thing if you decide to I'm just going to fight the man and decide to hang on to windows seven for as long as possible what can you do to protect yourself since Microsoft is going to be there to protect.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

09:44 min | 11 months ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"One of those guys Jason Heiner he is the editorial director of C. net he joins us on the home service plus hot line Jason how are you I'm great thanks for having me well it's good to catch up have you seen this dog harness I have not seeing the dog harness but there are you know he said the much of forty four thousand companies there's like fifty sixty thousand or more products to sell that stuff to see them all yeah what's it like I mean you just said that the numbers here what's it like to be at C. S. C. S. I mean the the sort of praise drinking from a fire hose definitely comes to mind right it's like it's definitely overload by it it's a chance to really get a sense of where the tech industry is moving in and by and large you know a lot bigger than that of where sort of civilization and humanity you could say there are going and what are the the batch that the companies that make the stuff to to try to make our lives better what they're thinking about yeah where they're trying to take it yeah and we always hope that that these technologies will make life like your change life would make it better as well have you ever had a that you've been there before and and have you ever had like a black mere moment where you like I'm not sure so sure we need that well Ole man yeah many many times because it takes a lot of the stuff that it's being shown at CVS is like here's our idea of where we can go with this and they're sort of waiting to see what the reaction of people are going to be and so the biggest one was a few years ago three D. TV they were just worse than regular TV is in almost every way yeah hello and I wrote about this pretty prominently took some heat mostly from people who had bought three D. TV and did not want to hear that but it turned out to be the case the industry retrenched from that that's the biggest one where they really went down the road brought the products to market Adventists on that nobody was interested yeah your house yes like I knew Coker crystal Pepsi right like we got it to market is like what we're thinking here yeah so that so that's one is there anything else that was there ever an invention rely I earn innovation or so we're like I don't know if that's going to work and then it came to market in its in its surprised everybody do you work that's a good one so at the things that we we weren't really sure had a purpose interest it's going to seem strange now but actually tablet yeah tablets first came out he was one of those things that on the surface look like a good idea you know but our our job as analysts and consumer advocates you not seen that our job is to think if the couple does beyond that say like when you put these in people's hands you know how they can actually use them what benefits they bring that they don't already have an all about you know we can't it was not very clear at first and like okay it's a bigger phone or at the time like the I pod we were saying the bigger iPod touch but if you already have your phone what do they do for you but what we didn't well we underestimated was the hit the main use for them he came by technology can double time with Netflix you know one of the most useful thing is pretty Netflix on a hand in it to your kid on a road trip and played it like that's the you know streaming video the number one thing that that tablet there are used for actually show yeah could not agree more yeah I remember that too I remember when I pads were were launched out and some of the the tablets and thinking when the where I am now I'm looking at one right now you know like it's it's it's it's really kind of crazy how that shifted to he's Jason Heiner the editorial director of scene and he's also an award winning journalist he's got a book follow the geeks Jason you know technology is developing so fast changing our world what are you the most interested in checking out this year yeah so there's this new category so this is a little bit esoteric but but bear with me for a second we certainly don't ever really a good name for that we've got a terrible weird when which is the ambient computing we have sort of a fancy sort of their name for the fact that you know twenty years ago when we want when we dealt with that the technology world we sat down and ate at a monitor and a mouse and keyboard and you know purposely went places and then ten years ago all that innovation kind of came to our pocket right with smartphone and now what we're seeing this year and and really been a progression over the last few years is instead of us going to technology that technology is coming to us and it's moving into other places you know most common examples are things like smart speakers where you just move into a room and you speak you know what the weather today you know what was the score of the game all yeah look up information translate something in a different language seven pine or why you're you know trying to cook something that you're going to see this and you're starting to see it here in that a lot of these interfaces are moving into other things so did the dashboard of your car or the windshield of your car display that comes up that shows your miles per hour or you know alerts from your phone or whatever on your on your dash or on your windshield services in your home you know your counters actually intentionally can become surfaces that eat eat either pop can pop up at messages or are interfaces in in some way so the idea is that one of you having to seek out information always go to your computer all up your phone that some of the information seek you out in understand you in in the way that like maps today when you get in your car if you use the maps a lot you know it is a great at this time every day you go to work like for me yeah how at this time every night you take your daughter to dance class yeah and so it is like your systematic you know that so persistent that the scary part about that for some people and rightly so is that that means that these things have to know a lot of data about you right to to anticipate yeah that's where no regulation comes in and we're certainly and in an entry repair where governments are much like the much more likely to step in and and put some guardrails around these things especially on your data he's chasing Heiner he's on the home service plus hot line and and Jason wrote about and be a computing he's got a great article on scene at its six things to watch for where he talks about services food delivery ambient computing health and wellness privacy and security streaming five G. some of those things to watch for last thing I want to ask about Jason though was apple you wrote about this too apple teaming up with Sam sung is that right that's true yeah what what is it yes there is this product released on the first the there's two Presti the CS before the actual show start the show actual today right on the first day one of the big surprises so was that apple showed up on stage at the same time the big event for the crash and he has this new TV that called the pharaoh T. V. that switches between vertical and landscape you know forty percent video now specially because of like Snapchat and yeah talk is vertical so this TV slot between really aimed at sent me a millennial and but with that that same son knows that of that generation a lot of them use iPhone much higher percentage than that the larger population it at large so they made this product in the announced that this product also works with the iPhone in addition to fast yeah I'm a smart right I mean it's smart to to not alienate you know whatever numbers that use apple which is obviously very strong yeah yeah that would be interesting and similar lightly last year Samsung announced that iTunes content we're going to be coming to you two Samsung T. V.'s which it has and now it's in the form of the apple TV app which is building that stand out not not completely unprecedented but definitely a surprise yeah Jason enjoy your time in Vegas and thanks so much for your time this morning yeah my pleasure thanks for having me yep he's chasing Heiner the editorial director of C. net he's an award winning journalist joining us on the home service plus hotline and make sure to check out his work really some interesting stuff happening at C. E. S. in in Vegas this week all right up next well there's some interesting now interesting what's been interesting trend the last couple years when you look at the box office there's one kind of genre that's doing incredibly well and so now they're saying Hey let us let's create one around a Minnesota icon a new biopic I'll explain that coming up next first so it is nine forty eight it's your linens construction time check time to protect your home.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"Yep like you can back you can background on both like i if you hear a story i will often check around to see if it's legitimate and sometimes it's not sometimes it's someone with an ax to grind and may be you can see their point of view but it's it's really not a bigger picture apple sometimes sometimes too too it's it's all all on its own behalf sometimes knowing sometimes it'll be like the set expectation and just like yeah a lot of people are expecting that new mac perot at wdc and that's probably not gonna exactly so jason heiner from tech republican lindsey turn time we're on twitter from editor both editorsinchief tech republican senate and lindsey said you know i wouldn't be surprised if apple leaked this memo to mark gherman i know it's way more than people think it is to mark i don't think they probably want you all to mark an email that sent out to all hands okay i think that at some point someone who's going to forward something to somebody or or at least hold up an iphone to somebody they're having breakfast with and see what they're see what they think about it yeah but i also elsa don't doubt that sometimes apple uses leaks to get information out that they then don't have to stand by later on so there is it's it's part of the game it's just part of the game yeah but i out of all the companies i've worked with i think apple i've seen that the absolute could probably count on half the fingers of a hand sometimes when i thought they would do that in other companies do it all the time because i think their culture is so is so they're so culturally it secrecy like surprise and delight is so much there mantra that they would rather just not say anything even when it would help them is there a lot of cases where it would absolutely help them to get ahead of a story whether it's on background or on the record and they just don't do it and it's so frustrating.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"L turn tyne on twitter and of course jason heiner from the tech republicans cbs both cbs interactive and zd net thank you all for being here i want to introduce a new sponsor nude not to this show but not new to people who've listened to me talk about this app for months because i i love it it's the front page of my phone it's called apt of a p t i v and it is a trainer in your phone after is audio based workouts he put them in your in your ears with created by certified personal trainers you get it on a mobile app i love the trainers huge variety of trainings trainers and a huge array of training everything from riding a bike taking a walk getting on a treadmill lifting weights i have a medicine ball training i do on this thing i just love great music really good trainers for all personalities i have a certain kind of trainer i like to use somebody who kind of kicks my buddy little bit says we're a little bit harder but maybe you don't want that they're more than forty new classes every week in every kind of workout you know if you've been getting on a stale climber and elliptical and just kind of doing it for twenty minutes and not seeing a lot of results what if you put a trainer in your ear are on your speakers it said okay now i want you to step it up we're going to do some high intensity slow it down it i'm it you can even get yoga and meditation in this after trainers guide you in a flexible audio format it is a great way to make fitness lasting part of your teen in a lot less expensive than hiring trust me i know that hiring a trainer or going to the gym classes for all fitness levels beginning intermediate advanced more than twenty five hundred workouts you'll never get to the bottom of them and as i said there's always new workouts many more than you could ever take every music genre every difficulty every nation and by the way the active community is great.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Toothbrush and by rocket mortgage from quicken loans home plays a big role in your life that's why quicken loans created rocket mortgage lets you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you could be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you get started at rocket mortgage dot com slash twit too it's time for tweet sweet intact the show where we talk about the latest tech news and each week we assemble a new panel hoping to find the perfect combination of wit wisdom and saba fair and i think we've done it we've done it let's start with jason heiner from techrepublic he's is what is that on your lip with boss yeah you're you've grown since i see saw you last you've grown what they call what do they call it a hip stole pass patch patch you look good i like it is are you are you taking up the clarinet no saxophone it's good it's good it's good i like it just kidding i can't i did play the clarinet actually in high school mostly because i wanted to play the saxophone but my family owned clarinet and so they get to play the clarinet one reads much like the other vice to see jason to jason's right we have the fabulous georgia dow for my more dot com hello georgia i wanted to learn the drums so my parents got me an accordion with parents didn't love me enough get the truth the kid once it was also a family member had it they could get it for fifty bucks though i you know i was the accordion player and i did in fact by my child drum kit when he was about eight and that was the biggest mistake i ever made.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Whoa is that what he just said very i'm jeff i don't know what they want and i've i've lost control of the show late every time we say these if there's people's lives knew who is on their speaker out loud right when we say i'll were really sorry tabatai about doing now we say like was kelly his order paper towels it's like we just ordered wall you him now hagai don't do that 'cause it's very possible i could do i can if somebody ari everybody on their locking down pin by now they will write you a letter along as i go in and out a bunch of stuff bought a bunch of staff us did you feel bad yeah luca the curious curiously d should you feel bad about that or is that just bad light in but i didn't believe it oca i think i think that was just somebody but i think it's a great pranked to plan a friend while they're in the bathroom ozone no zhu's lay eggs let's talk about crack when we come back about that okay all right oh that flow florence ion at alex uh alex wilhelm and jason heiner at jizhuang there were two we're talking about a better way to invest better meant that the largest independent online financial advisor because talking about customers centric this is a financial adviser that has a fiduciary responsibility to take care of you they are a fiduciary no commissions for recommending funds they don't have funds of their own they do what's right for you and they do it at a great price betterment takes advanced investment strategies uses technology to deliver melted more than two hundred seventy thousand customers who love betterment here's what i like based on the information you share they'll ask you when you first sign up yo what's your timeframe what are you are you save for house retirement you know college education it will make tailored recommendations are like how much to invest how much risk to take.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"This is twit this week attack tech episode 637 recorded sunday october 22nd 2017 eleven verify herbs and spices is week attack is brought to you by rocket mortgage from quicken loans home plays a big role in your life that's why quicken loans created rocket mortgage it lets you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you could be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you get started at rocket mortgage dot com slash twit too and by wordpress when you create your small business website on wordpresscom you make it easier for your customers to find you wordpress guide you through the process from start to finish and you'll get 15 percent off any new planned purchase at wordpress dot com slash twit and by betterment the largest independent online financial adviser for a free five minute investment review helping you assess your investment accounts tax strategies fees and risk exposure visit betterment dot com slash twit no sign up requiring and by audible audible makes getting more books in your life easy sign up for the gold plus one plan to get two free books and a 30day free trial at audible dot com slash twit two it's tiber twit this week intact the show we cover the latest tickets this is real i always love a wing get everybody in studio today we have an all in studio show and a thrill jason heiner is normally logo is here i wish i was a hologram and that be clear but like as a hologram known i have i am a law that's digital is analog analog jas when we originally designed the show that was my plan i haven't talked to somebody who said they could do we do it with standard pcs have.

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"jason heiner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jason heiner" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Sap yourself signed this guy's going to get off with an apology all i'm really sorry i'm gonna stuff going to go therapy they're gonna fair yep okay anger supreme court outlets to a couple of our take bring this to a couple of supreme court stores them wrap it up because i know time you got to get out of here in a few minutes he fx tom merit daily technique showed dot com at east detect if you've got a hot day you're going out to a show theater taken a lane to a fine restaurant nandan and other pie health haka by the way it's eileen nervous caller alerted drives are crazy it's a tradition is a tradition i call her elaine from day one i don't know why it at either the email it too much that's it also jason heiner chroma i've never called his wife by uh by any other name jason heiner federal way techrepublic great to have you always a pleasure yes sir and the only measure there is what are you doing i'm here i don't care must have froze hang on of the disappearing jason heiner he's in this visible scarring that cloak the visible heiner a to take it off the invisible the clinton extolled on odom on i lean oh haas wit you'd at this moment whatever someone goes that's how you gotta remember name i actually seeing that to her and she practically hit me oh she does not like it but that's how you remember he likes to so i get yeah delighted the thing it it just like you singing it on speaking a dinner unclear you know what you should do armed i you know what i made the other day owes so good cannelloni.

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