30 Burst results for "Mike Snyder"

"mike snyder" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

05:52 min | 6 months ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"That some people are metabolic agers, so their liver and their kidneys and they may age quicker. Some people are cardiac agers where they seem to be more at risk for having heart problems or there could be immune ages. So their immune system is in they're more susceptible to pathogens and stuff with age. So if you were to measure like a blood sample from a person using would the epigenetic clocks picked up that or is it more like is it measuring more of the systems level type of aging? So the current ones are not going to capture more of this multi dimensionality and aging. And I'm a huge fan of Mike Snyder's work and actually is kind of influencing some of the work that we're doing now. So what we're actually trying to do now is to build clocks that are proxying aging in different organ systems. So these aren't out yet, but the idea is that if you can build a clock that's going to essentially try and proxy what your brain aging is or your liver aging, your kidney aging, then you can have multiple epigenetic age estimates. And really understand more of the profile of a person. And so yeah, it's kind of getting back to this idea of ageotype. We both age at a different rate from each other, but also in a different way. So I might diverge more down this way and be more of a metabolic age or whatever it is and someone else might be more of an immune nature. And understanding that is going to give people both potentially insight into what interventions might be the most helpful for them. And also what they might be most at risk for. Mortality risk is a big one that you see with grim age and even I think if you know age as well, how does that how well do they predict mortality risk and even disease specific mortality.

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"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

05:08 min | 6 months ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Hey there listeners, it's Brett Molina? Welcome back to talking tech. So this is it. This is the final episode. For now. I'm gonna leave the door open maybe a tiny crack. I'll explain more of that in a bit. But for now, if you haven't heard from earlier episodes of this podcast, talking tech is going to take a hiatus. I'm not going to call it a permanent hiatus, there is a possibility that we come back in some form, I can't guarantee anything, but again, like I said, I'll leave the door open just a little crack. Maybe we come back, I don't know. But for right now, the talking tech podcast is going to go on hiatus. And I figured what better way to wrap this up than to share some of my personal tech tips, things that I try to do every day. I'm not always successful, but I try to do a lot of this stuff all the time. And I think it's important that you do too. And if there's any lessons to take away from this podcast, I'm hoping it's these. So I'll share some of these tips right now. The first one, this is at the very top of my list because I feel like it's one of the most important. Turn on two factor authentication. If you're not exactly sure what that is, if you're still in the dark about it, basically the way it works is when you sign up for an account, you can have this extra layer of security when you log in. So let's say you log in right after that you'll get a prompt that says, we're going to send you a code to your smartphone or wherever, and it's you have to type that in too. So it's on top of your password. I love it. I think it's super helpful if you're trying to keep your account extra secure. If you're worried about just getting spam with text all the time every time you log in, you can save your details on your browser so that way you can just log in. You don't have to do it every single time. Also, if you're tired of typing in the codes, a lot of apps now have been really good at allowing you to just open up your smartphone app and clicking a yes or no, did you log in here? And then you're set. But I highly recommend turning it on. It's super helpful. Super useful. You never know what could happen in the last thing you want to someone to get into your account. It's a nice little buffer that can protect you. And protect your stuff. The next one I would say is passwords. If you haven't tried it yet, use a password manager. If you're not sure about password managers, figure out those critical accounts that you know that, hey, if it gets compromised, that is going to be that's going to ruin your day. If you have accounts like that, make sure those have unique passwords. I get it. There's some sites where you're just plugging in a password to get on an account and it really doesn't matter to you. If you want to plug in a password that you're not sure about fine. But the important thing is those critical accounts just make sure that you have unique passwords for each. And again, ideally, password manager. That's the best way to go. It's one sign in one login. It generates your own passwords randomly. It's a great tool if you haven't used them yet. The third one, I fail at this a lot. I'm not going to sit here and pretend that I'm perfect at this. Never put off the software update. I do it all the time. I admit it, but again, don't put off the software update. It is so important, especially if you're trying to protect yourself. If you're trying to make sure that your phone, your laptop, everything is secure and safe, always update. Even if you're in the middle of something and it's a giant pain, doing anyway. The last one and this is another one. I violate two sometimes, but it's good. Never charge your devices to a 100%. A lot of batteries now are newer, they work a lot better, and they don't need to be fully charged top rate properly. It's not like the days where you go from zero to a hundred. Keep your stuff charged between 20, 80% or so. And you're in good shape. You'll take care of your battery, you'll take care of your devices. It's all beautiful. So that's it. Again, if you want to read any of my coverage, you can go to tech USA Today dot com. I think right now I just want to say thanks. I want to say thank you to all my editors. I editor Michelle, who has been so supportive of this podcast and has really been a champion and someone that has really helped allow me to bring this to you. So I want to thank her I want to thank Mike Snyder, who was co host with me on this podcast for quite a while. And we worked so great together and it is always fun to work with Mike and I really appreciate being able to work with him and help keep this going. I want to thank Jeff Graham, who is the original host of talking tech and started this whole podcast. Thanks for trusting me with this opportunity. Thank you for just helping me get on my way with this endeavor. And you put together a podcast that has stood for a really long time. So again, thank you for that chance. And lastly, I want to thank all the listeners..

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"mike snyder" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

05:13 min | 10 months ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"App monitors your resting heart rate and can even alert to coronavirus infections before any symptoms appear. Mike Snyder told Trisha Smith, how it works. We're following your normal healthy baseline. And then if there's a jump up and signal and alert goes off. And it works about 80% of the time, we'll get an alert at or before a symptom. And it turns out it's an average of three days from a real-time alerting system. So three days prior to people getting ill on average a red alert will go off. Now we do miss it in 20% of the cases. And we think that's because it's hard to get a stable healthy baseline on some people. And so that makes finding these triggers a lot harder. And that's why we're trying to improve our algorithms as well. And all of that is at the moment done from resting heart rate. But you want to look at heart rate variability activity level, sleep quality, and what are you hoping to find from that additional data? Yeah, we think that will be key to telling the difference between, say, respiratory viral infection and a mental health stress and other sorts of triggers, things like alcohol, intense exercise can all trigger these alerts. Most of them you can contextualize and simply ignore. Certainly intense exercise. We should be able to ultimately subtract out because we'll see that from the smartwatch. Yeah, because with intense exercise, you're probably going to have some kind of evidence of elevated heart rate from the intense exercise itself. Exactly. What about asymptomatic cases? Were you able to detect those and how far in advance did you detect them? Yeah, remarkably, we can find asymptomatic cases as well. So 14 out of 18 asymptomatic cases, we could pick up that in some cases. The signal of appear two weeks prior to when they were diagnosed. Because I'm a religious tracker of my own health, I already have access to my heart rate data. And I tested positive asymptomatically and my heart rate spiked and then it went down again at roughly the same time, but it's interesting that you say the alert comes about two weeks prior to that in some asymptomatic cases because I had another infection about two weeks prior to that. Yeah, and I very first study what we noticed was that about half the time people had another stress event prior to their COVID. We don't know what that was due to. It could have been another illness. It could have been, you know, possibly a mental stress. It's not clear. But we've noticed it was quite frequent. I think more than you would expect at random. So what that means is that we think there may be early stressors that perhaps make people more susceptible to viral infections as well. Your preaching to the choir a little bit because I love my data and I wear a smart watch, but if you were to try and convince someone who didn't really track their health and didn't wear an Apple watch or anything like that. What would you say to them to convince them to start monitoring their health in real time? I'd say do you drive your car around without a dashboard? Why do you drive your body around without a health dashboard? It makes no sense. I think that's what we need for human health. We currently rely on internal sensors, which kind of work, but they're slow. We think that these physiological sensors from smart devices can actually find things much much earlier and warm people ahead of time before symptoms. And that's super powerful. Every year, these smartwatches seem to add another sensor. What do you think is the future for where technology and how much do you think we're going to be able to gain from those wearable devices? I think we're only at the beginning. For example, there's something called galvanic stress response that measures the conductance on your skin. That actually can tell you when you're getting stressed because the more you sweat, the more it'll pick up a signal. And likewise, if you have diabetes, your skin gets dry, and that can get picked up as well. So it's making certain kinds of measurements that we don't currently do. And so we can actually incorporate that into health monitoring in a way that's never been done. So you're saying that nowadays my watch tells me to move if I haven't moved in an hour. But in the future, it's going to tell me to drink and eat as well. I think so. And it'll tell you, yeah, when you're getting stressed, so maybe you better sit down and meditate. And it will guide me through the meditation as well. Probably, yeah, played musical automatically. Maybe that's where we're going. I'm not sure I need my watch to remind me that I've overdone it the day before. Trejo Smith there, speaking with Mike Snyder and the research was published in nature medicine. Now on the subject of watches here's a story to watch there's been a huge find in the field of quantum physics, real life laboratory based observations of a long theorized form of matter called quantum spin liquids has become a reality. Now, contrary to the name, has absolutely nothing to do with everyday liquids like water. Now you're going to need to strap on your mental seat belt and settle in for the ride. How Louis speaks to Julia from Harvard University to hear what this matter is and why it might be useful. Quantum spin liquids have been theorized about 50 years ago by Philip Anderson, who is a pretty big guy in the condensed medical community. He was trying to find.

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"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Hey there listeners, it's Bret Molina. Welcome back to talking tech. My co host Mike Snyder is off today. It's you'll recall a couple of years ago. There was a lot of buzz around Facebook. And this notion that is Facebook the app listening to you through your device. And of course, as you recall, Facebook, step four, they said it doesn't eavesdrop. It's only using the mic when you permit it, and it's only listening for certain words. Works similarly to what we've seen with our smart speakers like the echo or any Google speakers that you use where it will only listen to you if you say a certain key word, you know? I'm not going to say them if you have speakers at home because I don't want to trigger this crazy smart home experience right now. But let's say you have Facebook and you're just really worried about is Facebook listening. Even though, again, Facebook has said that it doesn't. But let's say on the off chance you're thinking to yourself, you know what? I'm not too sure, I'm still worried about it. My colleague Kim commander writes about this in a story you can read on tech USA Today dot com. It's titled still using Facebook, three ways to make sure it's not listening. So let's break it down. First thing you want to do is update your permissions. Kim breaks down the different devices you have and how to get to those permissions so you have a better sense of guarding against that. We'll focus on the iPhone as an example. You can go to your settings and you'll scroll down toward the bottom and you'll see the list of apps that are on your phone. Go to Facebook. When you hit Facebook, you'll see the list of permissions. So basically all the different things that you've allowed Facebook to access. Whether it's your camera, your microphone, your photos, your location, whatever it may be. You go to microphone, slide the toggle to disable it. You'll know it's disabled because usually when it's on, you'll see that that toggle is green when it's off, it's not green. So when it's not green, then you know it's off. The second thing you can consider is getting a microphone blocker. And the way these work is you plug them into a headphone Jack or you plug them into a lightning connection or a USB and it tricks your computer or tricks your phone into thinking that there is a microphone plugged in. And so what that does is allows you to basically block anything from listening. Bike lock is an example that Kim brings up that you can try out. And again, you can plug it right into your phone. It even works with, you know, lightning connections as well. So, you know, if you have an iPhone, you plug it right into that. And it'll make the phone think that you have a microphone plugin when you actually don't. The third thing you can consider is a do it yourself mic blocker. So what you can do according to Kim is get a cheap pair of headphones and cut the cord near the Jack and then take that Jack and plug it in. So the plug when you do that, the computer thinks that you have headphones plugged in and therefore that also will block audio as well. So a couple things to consider if you know, again, you know, I don't want to make anyone nervous here and Facebook again has mentioned that, you know, their apps aren't listening to you. But if you're feeling like they might be or you're not you don't trust it, you're not sure. Consider some of these.

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"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Hey, listeners, it's Brett Molina, welcome back to talking tech. My co host Mike Snyder is off today. The saga between YouTube and Roku continues. YouTube says its app will no longer be available on some Roku devices after December 9th. As both sides remain engaged in an ongoing carriage dispute. In a statement email to USA Today, YouTube said its partnership with Roku for all new devices to access YouTube apps will end in December. So basically, here's how it works. If you are new to Roku, you will not see the YouTube app available for you to download after December 9th. If you're a current Roku owner, you'll still have access to YouTube, as well as YouTube TV, which is Google's big live TV streaming platform. YouTube also said in its statement that it has continued to work with Roku on a deal to benefit all users. This followed a post that Roku published on Thursday, updating folks on the negotiations. Lashing out at Google as well as other big tech big tech companies. Let's read the quote. Rather than embracing a mutually beneficial partnership approach, some big tech enterprises are using their market power to extend control over independent businesses like Roku to benefit their broader business objectives at the expense of the consumer, putting a fair and open competitive streaming marketplace at risk. Quote, YouTube has said several times, Roku's claims are unproductive in baseless, said that again in its statement on Thursday this has been a long-standing battle between the two sides for a while now. You'll call in April, Roku said it was pulling the YouTube TV app from its streaming device after the contract carried on its platform had lapsed in response to that Google wrote a blog post claiming it wanted to renew its deal with Roku, but Roku sought to renegotiate a separate deal involving the primary YouTube app. As a result, Google then added access to YouTube TV through the main YouTube app. So if for any reason, the YouTube TV app went away, you could still access that service through the primary YouTube app. Stay tuned for all this. This is obviously.

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"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

"If you're tired of mindlessly watching and scrolling and you want something new and exciting it's time to check out wondering them that's w. o. n. d. r. i. Um the streaming service that my brain can't get enough of to get a free month trial of unlimited access go to our special url wondering i'm dot com slash talking it our listeners. It's brett molina. Here woke back to talking tech macos. Mike snyder is off today. Techs make month continues apple as you know wants the iphone. Thirteen microsoft introduced a ton of surface pro products. It's line of laptops tablets coinciding with the arrival of windows. Eleven on october fifth. Now amazon's turn on tuesday. The tech giant hosted an event where they revealed a ton of new products including a new echo. Show which is it's line of echo speakers that includes a touch screen as well as a flying ring security camera. We are going to talk about that in a little bit. Here's how this is going to work. We're going to break this all down. In two episodes tomorrow's episode is going to focus on the new echo. Also a new fitness tracker amazon unveiled some other products. Also this really interesting kid. Friendly product called the amazon glow. Today we're gonna focus on two products. That really caught my attention. Let's start with amazon astro. Which is the company's personal home robot. They created this to help. Owners keep up with tasks like monitoring their home or keeping in touch with family and france. It's available by invite only it starts at nine ninety nine ninety nine however the price does go up..

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"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Listeners it's wet molina welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today. It's friday and if you're a fan of technology it's a big day because apple as officially launched the iphone thirteen. You all know about all the details about it. You know the standard phone the mini phone the pro the pro amax all that fun stuff about all the pricing blah blah blah. So what's it actually like to use the iphone thirteen. I got a chance to check it out. And i write about this on tech usa. Today dot com. It's under a story five things. I learned using apple's latest iphone models. So just recently. I got access to all four versions of the iphone. So the iphone the mini the pro and the pro. Max and i got the check them out for a little bit. I had a very short window of time It was about getting as much information. I can't about the phones based on my experience before they actually hit stores so before people actually had to make decisions who weren't pre on whether they wanted to buy iphone thirteen so here my thoughts. Let's start big picture here. Is it worth the upgrade. I own an iphone twelve mini. I really like it based on using the iphone thirteen. I'm not seeing anything performance. Wise speed-wise that so different that i feel compelled to upgrade on that level. So if you ever newer phone if you have an iphone twelve even if you have an iphone. Eleven or even around the iphone x. x. Are those models and you're thinking to upgrade to thirteen. I don't necessarily think you need to rush to do it. The thirteen is a really nice phone but some of those older phones are still very good too. And i don't see a big enough difference in performance to where there is that urge and this is something we've seen the last couple of years. Now where the iphone just gets better and better in general and so newer models. There's there's not as big a gap between releases and so it really doesn't feel that different If you're on an older phone if you're on say maybe an iphone eight iphone seven. I think you're gonna notice a huge uptick in performance and in a lot of the features that are made available. So.

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"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Mike snyder is off today. It's friday which means it's preorder day for the iphone thirteen on tuesday as you all know apple confirmed during virtual event it will. It will release four models of the iphone thirteen on september twenty fourth along with the standard model. Apple's going to launch a mini version as well as pro and pro max models on top of that. You also can buy the iphone twelve or the iphone twelve mini and the iphone eleven. And they're still the iphone. se So there's a lot to choose from if you're a fan of apple and you're looking to upgrade your iphone and that's what we're gonna talk about today i wrote about this on tech dot. Usa today dot com basically breaking down how to choose the right iphone for you Let's start here. Iphones thirteen if you're looking at getting an iphone thirteen. There's four models to choose from really. I think it boils down to. How much do you want to spend on an iphone. How much camera do you want on this iphone. And how much does storage manner to you on the iphone. Let's start with the price. The iphone mini starts at six ninety nine and it moves up to the pro max at ten ninety nine. If you're looking at things like the camera Iphone thirteen and the iphone. Thirteen many have the to camera system. the pro and the primax had this three camera system which uses the telephoto lens Battery life the higher end models are going to have better battery life. Moving the way down toward the mini. Which is going to have as good a battery life as the pro max. It's by a couple hours. So it's it's a pretty significant bump if you're looking for battery life Screens are also a thing as well. Obviously the mini has a smaller screen. It's five point four inches be prone the pro The pro in the standard have six point one screen and then the pro max as a six point seven inch screen also another thing to think about as well is the storage space. If you get a pro pro. Max you can get an iphone with up to one terabyte of storage so that is a lot And that's really what it boils down to When you're picking an iphone thirteen do you want to save a little money. You're not so worried about the huge screen than maybe a minis good for you or even the standard if you take a lotta pictures and you're really into photography. The maybe consider the pro or the pro max. V very sophisticated camera And it's it's gonna give you really crisp sharp picture. So that is something to think about as you're making the sison if you're thinking about iphone thirteen there's also of course the iphone twelve. Which really feels a lot like the phone thirteen. The difference is you're paying less for it. it's at six ninety nine for the standard.

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"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Listeners it's brought molina welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today so he had to break it to you but summer is almost over now for many kids. This means going back to the classroom and it also means parents searching for supplies. Close whatever they need to get ready for back to school season. Of course it also means lots of other things to you're juggling homework. Assignments potentially extracurricular activities and so on and so forth. fortunately for all of us we have our smartphones and we have other technology that can help. There are a ton about apps out there for both kids and adults. They can help them get used to this and just get ready for the new year and help them get a head start so we're gonna talk quickly about a couple of those apps and how they can help your kids and how they can help you The first one is quiz limit It's basically an app for flash cards so if you're studying and you need to pull together some flash cards and put them on your phone. You can do that very easily on your mobile device. You can input them indirectly. There's also a subscription option where you can scan images and use those in your flash cards as well. There's other stuff as well as part of the subscription including expert explanations for textbooks so if your kids reading a textbook and they come across a difficult section they have someone there to explain it to you so it's really interesting stuff another fun. One is photograph It's ideal for both kids and parents and speaking of someone who is seeing their kids get older and they're mad. Get a lot harder. This is going to be an app. I'm probably gonna use quite a bit. Would photo math does is. You can take pictures of math problems. And then the app solves them and along with solving them. You actually get a step by step. Look at how to solve them. So it's really fascinating. It's a really you know. Maybe not as fun for parents of kids who are trying to struggle with these math problems. What super useful super helpful But it's not just these apps for learning that that are really good as well There's also apps for organizing for calendars one that jumps out to me. That i use quite a bit is fantastical It's honestly my personal favourite calendar app. You integrate it with most third party councillor. C can bring everything together in one and it gives really just simple views of day-to-day schedules month to month and breakdowns of the month and even incorporates. Little details like weather forecasts So there's a lot of really good stuff there and it really works. I'd also recommend to if you haven't done this yet There are a lot of task apps out there like any do or microsoft to do which was formerly known as wunderlist all very good for keeping track of day to day things. You have to get done. Whether it's a parent who's got to do different things At home or it's kids. Were trying to track all the different activities and assignments and whatnot that they have going on as well so lots of good stuff out there and if you find needing those opportunities organiz there are a lot of apps out there that can help a listener slits hear from you. Jimmy comments questions or show ideas any tech problems. You want us to try. To address you can find me. On twitter at brent molina twenty-three please don't forget to subscribe and rate us or leave a review on apple podcasts. Spotify sicher anywhere. You get your podcasts. You've been listening to talking tech. We'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech..

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Important Gmail Messages Hitting Spam?

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Important Gmail Messages Hitting Spam?

"Listeners listeners. it's brought malino. welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today. So do you use g mail you may want to double check your spam folder. If you do yes. Google email client is super useful. Probably the best email option out there. I use it. I love it. It's really helpful. But some g mail users have been reporting issues with important emails ending up in their spam folders among those affected by this usa today money reporter nathan bony who wrote about it for tec- dot usa today dot com and joins us here today. Nathan thanks for being here. So how did you find out what was going on with gmo. Well i had my recreational softball league coach contacted me and said hey. Why haven't you issued for this week's game. And i said well i didn't get it and you the irish unit last week and so all of a sudden i was like what about my sample there so took the spam folder for the first time in the weeks and some and saw eighty five emails. Were quite legitimate. That had been stuck in there over the last thirty days. So you know in your story you talk a little more about kind of what happened there. And then you reached out to google. So what did how. Google respond to all this. Google was not helpful. They really didn't have much to say. They basically pointed us to their standard vice. What to do when Email my end up in your spam filter but you know the most insight that i got was searching on twitter and seeing there are a lot of other people that are reporting the same experience. I m reporting over the last week or so. It's feels like something has changed now. I'm not a software. You know to engineer or developer in any respect. So i don't know the technical aspects of this but i seen many people including high profile folks reporting missing bank statements missing personal correspondence myself. I had tickets to an event. I had receipts. I had email newsletters. I click on every day. These are not newsletters. That might be

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How to Store Your COVID Vaccine Card on Your Phone

Talking Tech

02:16 min | 1 year ago

How to Store Your COVID Vaccine Card on Your Phone

"Listeners. It's molina welcome back to talking tech co host. Mike snyder is off today as the delta variant of the cove in nineteen virus runs rampant throughout the. Us we're starting to see a renewed push to get more americans vaccinated and we're also seeing a lot of businesses and governments step forward to require more employees to get the vaccine for example president. Joe biden said last week he would require federal workers to verify david vaccinated or undergo regular testing. We've also seen companies and some local governments. Do the same. Even broadway said it's gonna make the same request of theatergoers before they can attend to show this of course means grabbing that cove in nineteen vaccine card that verifies that we got our vaccines. The question is how do you carry it because obviously it's not a small like i personally can't fit it in my wallet if you have a bag in a purse. Maybe but then you're also dealing with the annoyance of digging for it and pulling it out every time or because it's only the one card you might end up losing it. Fortunately we have something that we carry around with this all the time that can offer solution and that is our smartphone I write about this on tech that today dot com. I offer a few ways that you can add your covert card your smartphone to make the process easier and allow you to keep your card at home so you don't have to worry about losing it. Let's start with the easiest path which is take a picture seriously. It's that simple. You just put it down on the table. Hold it in your hand. Take a picture. You're done couple other things you want to consider. Though if you do this you wanna place it in a hidden album. So it can't be viewed in her library couple of reasons for this if say someone is using your phone and they're looking through your photos they can't see your cova card there but also you avoid that awkward scenario where you're having to find your cova card for some reason in your camera roll and you're you're having to scroll through repeatedly pictures of your family or dog your vacation just to get to one photo that you need to verify that you've been vaccinated. This takes a lot of that issue out of the way and you can have just one album with that. One image that alleged to quickly access it. If you plan to do this on an iphone basically what you do is you go to the share

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"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

"It listeners. it's brought molina. welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today. So tell me if this sounds familiar. You have an iphone or an ipad you pop into your settings and you notice that little red number one that pops up and you go and you see software update and it's your iphone or ipad telling you you need to update your device but you decided you know what i'm gonna do it later You might wanna consider next time you find yourself in that situation update as soon as you can. Apple recently rolled out. Ios fourteen dot seven dot one. Which is the latest version of its operating system for iphones. there's also one for ipad. os as well which is also named ipad s. fourteen dot seven dot one. Now when you first look at. It doesn't seem like that. Big update in the case of iphones. It fixes an issue where models with touch. Id can't unlock appeared apple. Watch when you use the unlock with iphone feature. There is however a very important security update. Here apple says. They found an issue tied to memory corruption. And what happens is this issue could lead to a situation where an application could quote maybe able to execute arbitrary code with colonel privileges. So what exactly does that mean Texts life hacker had a really good explanation of this. What this issue can lead to. Is it quote allows malicious apps installed on the device to gain elevated privileges in execute arbitrary code attacks and quote which is not good. If you're an iphone owner so what makes us a big deal is apple noted in its security update that this issue has been actively exploited which means that it has been used at some point or other. So it's important as always keep those phones and ipads updated. Apple says that this update is available for the following devices. If you own an iphone successor later if any model the ipad pro if you own an ipad air tour later ipad fifth generation or later i had many four and later or the seventh generation ipod. Touch the process itself again. Very simple you go to settings you hit general then you go to software update. It'll take you to a prompt where he can hit download and install and go from there..

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"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Facebook has announced some extra steps. The social network is taking for its popular app instagram. To make the platform safer and more private for teens. My colleague and regular talking tech. Guess terry collins wrote about this in a story you can read on tech usa. Today dot com the updates on instagram include automatically enrolling teen users under the age of sixteen into private accounts instead of making them public by default. It will also make it harder for potentially suspicious accounts to find younger users and limit the options advertisers have to reach younger users. This these updates will also take advantage of ai to detect users age so for example if a user is on facebook and shared their age their the will be able to check that if that user also has an instagram account. This update arrives as facebook is discussed exploring whether to launch a version of instagram for kids. The company said it will make safety and privacy a priority and quote consult with experts in child development child safety and mental health and privacy advocates to inform it and quote however several groups and lawmakers are working collectively to stop a potential instagram for kids in may facebook receive more than one hundred eighty thousand signatures in a series of petitions from a group of nonprofit in grass roots organizations urging the tech giant to scrap this plan. Now despite the changes instagram's making now some experts terry spoke with his story. Have race skepticism. About how well these updates will work to protect teens among them is titania jordan. Who is chief parenting officer for bar. Which is in atlanta based tech watchdog group. She said even though instagram appears to be addressing issues such as online predation underage users and advertising standards for teens the platform needs to also be aware of other issues including cyberbullying self harm and also exposure to misinformation. Obviously we're going to hear a lot. More of this on this front as facebook pursues version of instagram for kids and as these updates roll out how they're used over the next few

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Facebook, Instagram to Hide "Likes"

Talking Tech

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Facebook, Instagram to Hide "Likes"

"And the listeners. It's brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech co host. Mike snyder is off today. So if you're a user of facebook or instagram you have a new option. You can choose to hide. Likes on your posts. The post of other people so after testing two of the world's most popular social media apps which have combined four billion users will start letting its users decide whether they want to hide the number of likes on their posts. They can also hide the number of likes on other user's posts or if they just enjoy facebook and instagram. The way it is they can leave it alone and leave all the likes. They want you can also do this on a per post basis so if instead of a universal switch that turns off all the lights on your posts you can do it on a per post basis. So if there's a post that you put up and you feel like like aren't appropriate. You can turn it off specifically for that and you can do all that within the settings menus of both facebook and instagram. My colleague terry collins wrote about this and you can read his story on tech dot. Usa today dot com. He heard from adam mosseri. Who is the head of facebook and instagram. And he talked about how during testing The a lot of users that were involved in this was pretty polarizing on the one hand you had people who enjoyed it because it took the pressure off you know. There's that social comparison where you see your posts in wanna see if it's getting as much likes as your friends or things like that and having those likes turned off of that pressure

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Amazon to Buy MGM in $8.45 Billion Deal

Talking Tech

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Amazon to Buy MGM in $8.45 Billion Deal

"Listeners. It's brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech co. Mike snyder is off today. So how's this for a summer. Movie blockbuster amazon confirmed on wednesday that it will acquire movie studio. Mgm in a deal that's valued at eight point. Four five billion dollars in a statement amazon said they will help preserve. mgm's heritage a films which includes more than four thousand titles including a lot of names. That i'm sure many of you are familiar with james bond. The magnificent seven raging bull rocky legally blonde a lot of very popular very well known films. Mgm also owned several popular tv shows including the handmaid's tale which is currently in the middle of its fourth season on hulu. The deal is still subject to regulatory approval amazon. Didn't say when they expect to steal to close and when they would officially own mgm but clearly. This is a pretty significant step on several factors it highlights a lot of consolidation that we're noticing in the streaming market These there are a lot of these Different services out there and it's getting very competitive and we're seeing a lot of consolidation here. One example of this is a t and t. They announced that deal earlier this month to combine its media business with discovery so that brings together stuff like. Hbo max and then cnn tbs tnt with discovery networks like food network hdtv now if you are a subscriber to amazon. This is an interesting proposition because now if you have a subscription to prime video you have this new collection of movies and tv shows the you can draw from if you subscribe to other services. I don't know exactly which. Mgm movies are available in one which services. But it's possible. Maybe some of those movies. We'll transition

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Google vs. Roku Over the YouTube TV App

Talking Tech

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Google vs. Roku Over the YouTube TV App

"Either listeners. It's brett molina here. Welcome back to talking tech by co host. Mike snyder is off today now. I thought one of the benefits of switching from cable to streaming was. We'd avoid a lot of these carriage deals you're about you know the case where you see an ad maybe for your carrier from channel saying you're gonna lose this channel by the end of the month. Let your cable provider no familiar with all that messaging will it seems like that kind of stuff has carried over now into the streaming world and the latest example of this is roku versus google roku has warned users of its devices who are also subscribes to youtube tv that they might lose access to the app citing quote unfair terms and quote from google according to a copy of the email that was obtained by usa today which you can read about tech usa today dot com the company behind the popular media streaming players told users that recent oceans with google to continue to carry youtube tv broke down because roku cannot accept what they call google's terms as we believe they could harm our users The email also says it roku is committed to reaching a deal so that they can keep youtube tv on the players. Now of course. Google has responded to this day in in their statement. They say they're disappointed that they chose that roku has chosen to make these kind of claims while they continue to go and that they are trying the best they can to offer a deal that benefits the viewers of tv as well as everyone that owns a roku Now this isn't the first time we've heard with roku hosting other apps as you recall when hbo max launched in may twenty twenty. It wasn't on the platform for quite a while. I think it was several months. Wasn't until december of that year ahead of the

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Meet the 'Tactical Gramma'

Talking Tech

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Meet the 'Tactical Gramma'

"Listeners. It's brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today. So when you think about video games you're likely thinking about younger people. You know kids who play video games like mario kart or maybe you know kids that are in high school or college. They play older games like call of duty and madden and other stuff like that. Maybe it's your kids. Maybe it's your grandkids who knows but that's typically the audience we think of when we think about video games but something interesting is happening though which is a lot more. Seniors are starting to get into video games or have been playing for a while and they're continuing to do it even as they get older case in point A story. I wrote on tech dot. Usa today dot com about michelle stadium. Who is a grandmother of two in washington state. she goes by the nickname technical. Grandma she when she's not taking care of her grandkids. She is a budding video game. Streamer the fifty eight year old has cultivated a following on platforms like tiktok worship post highlights of her adventures in games. Like the first person shooter call of duty warzone. If you're not familiar with this game it is basically they take one hundred players and they drop them into one area and the last person to survive wins So stadium goes on different platforms such as facebook gaming and twitch and she has a really solid following there but it's tiktok where she has really blossomed as a recording. This her

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Samsung Has a New Line Of Affordable Smartphones

Talking Tech

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Samsung Has a New Line Of Affordable Smartphones

"Listeners. Mike snyder here. And i'm brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech. Follow me on twitter. You might have seen me rail about companies that are putting out these thousand dollars smartphones and they just seem excessive and ridiculous but that doesn't mean that there are another lower costs phones out there. Might you have some details on some new economically price smartphones. This week right. That is true. Samsung recently announced its galaxy a line of smartphones which have much more palatable price points than the top line galaxy s twenty one phones that hit the market back january now. There's this twenty-one phones range in price from eight hundred to twelve hundred dollars but these galaxy phones started one hundred ninety nine and go up to about five hundred dollars now. What's the difference. Well obviously there's difference and mainly these cameras screens just aren't speedy as those higher end phones and they won't have as much memory but they all do have expanded memory slots so if you're just if you're getting a phone for picture taker you know you can just keep adding it can add up to a terabyte you know of card you gotta by the card and you slip included in the models. Are the galaxy. Eight thirty to five g. Which started to seventy nine and it's the lowest price five g phone. Samsung has available. It has a six and a half inch display. And that's the same size display fifty to five g. which is four nine but that phone has a full. Hd plus super amyloid. One twenty megahertz display. That's the first a series model. Have that speedier refresh rate. Which as

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NFTs and the music business

Talking Tech

01:41 min | 1 year ago

NFTs and the music business

"Listeners. Mike snyder here. And i'm brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech. Recently you may have heard us talk about. Nfc's and they are still going strong bread. I think in a ps are here to stay as you reported two weeks ago. We've had all kinds of teas after you just hearing about them enough. Tease stanford non fungible tokens. That's a fancy way of saying something that is unique and irreplaceable digital ledgers. Or blockchain are used to authenticate whatever the nf is or whatever the collectible it is time to now. Some of the wild things we've seen purchased are nba video. Highlights jack door. She's i tweet. A piece of digital art for seventy million dollars and the rock band kings of leon did an nf t special vinyl copies of its latest album now other artists are getting into into the to lindsay lohan. Who i have to admit i forgot. She had put out some pretty popular music in the past is oxygen in often. New single called lullaby snoop dogg in the weekend of tweeted up there looking at music in peace but i just did a story on an artist named shantelle. She hails from barbados. She might remember her. R&b pop hits impossible t shirt while she's making a comeback after her record label contract expired and she's hoping us enough t as a way to maintain some power and control over her music. For her new single has party she's auctioning off the ability to have your name included in a special recording of the song and you could be one of three bidders to have your likeness included in special versions of the cover art of the single which will be signed an authenticated in

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Apple reopens all its stores

Talking Tech

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Apple reopens all its stores

"European e commerce systems. You used today. Learn more at attleboro dot com slash talking listeners. It's mike snyder. And i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech brett. Would you like to hear some good news. Yes please alright. Well so apple has actually open all of its stores for the first time since march fourteenth. Twenty twenty you know that feels like more than a year ago but it was not even a year ago that that happened. And if you remember back then was one of the first signs that this coronavirus pandemic was going to be serious and deal a serious impact retail and the workplace now. You can't just walk into any apple store yet. Some are open only for pickup of orders while others require fifteen minutes shopping session but you could check online and figure out. What's going on with your store and i have a story about that up on tech that usa today dot com has the lincoln. And if you wanted to go there but the fact that these types of the stores are all reopened across the. Us is a good sign that we're on the right track to some semblance of retail. Normalcy hopeful interestingly apple really didn't suffer sales wise during the pandemic in the report of its most recent financial quarter which was october to december twenty twenty the company said quarterly sales records for iphones including the iphone. Twelve and sold more apple watches airpod and homepod speakers on the way to a quarterly revenue. Record of one hundred and eleven point four billion dollars. It also said a new record prescription revenue from services like apple music and apple news and apple. Tv actually it's apple tv plus because apple. Tv is a device and ipad. Sales rose thirteen percent to interestingly Tim cook the ceo of apple. Said the company could've done even better if the stores were open. So hopefully this reopening story will spread to other retailers to in the weeks ahead yet definitely. I still remember when we first started hearing all these different stores that were closing. And that's when. I think hit me that this was really a big deal because obviously never hear stores closing. Even you know even like hurricane type stuff. Maybe that's maybe the only other time and even then you might still stuck open but to see like wholesale all these different businesses just had down was. I've never seen anything like it.

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Fitbit adds blood glucose tracking to its connected app

Talking Tech

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Fitbit adds blood glucose tracking to its connected app

"Hey there listeners. it's brett molina and welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today. If you own a fit the popular wearable that you probably see a lot of people have on the fitness tracker or smartwatch. If you own one of those you might see a special new update coming up on your smartphone. App fitbit announced earlier this week that they are going to offer and new feature that will let users track of their blood sugar level using the devices smartphone app. So here's basically how it will work. When you go into the app you'll see an option there to track your blood sugar level you could set a personalized range to track when you're above or below whatever the appropriate level is that you've set you can also add a reminder so that your fit bit can give you a nudge or your smartphone that can give you a reminder to track your blood glucose level you will still need to manually input your blood sugar level within the app itself. The fitbit device like your smartwatch. Your tracker is going to track it for you. So basically what will happen. Is you have a separate meter actually. Check your blood sugar than you could log it into the fitbit app. You can also do this with the imported from another devices smartphone app. So the one touch glucose meter for example has a separate app. If that's logging data through the meter using that app you can import that over two fitbit and keep track of it that way. It's one of several features. That fit has added over the course of the last couple years where they've wanted to really beef up the amount of health information that you can access either through your device or through the app itself and we're also seeing to now that the company is owned by google. We can fully expect them to expand. Further

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Apple reportedly working on a VR headset

Talking Tech

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Apple reportedly working on a VR headset

"Either listeners. Molina and welcome back to talking tech co host. Mike snyder is off. Today is apple poised to make a big jump into virtual reality. according to a report from bloomberg's mark gurman who has been in authority on all things apple news for quite some time now. The company is working on a headset. That will mostly offer virtual reality competing with devices like the oculus quest and sony's

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The next TV you buy might be a lot bigger

Talking Tech

02:08 min | 1 year ago

The next TV you buy might be a lot bigger

"Tech co host. Mike snyder is off. Today is eighty new fifty. When it comes to television it might be one of the many themes to come out of. Cas is television makers really want you to go big as usa. Today tech columnist rob pecoraro wrote about tv sales. Were up last year. A lot of that was because we were all stuck at home because of the pandemic and since we spent a lot of our time in front of our tv's streaming shows and movies. We were looking for an upgrade. Its why according to the npd group sales of sixty five inch and larger. Tv's grew from thirteen percent in two thousand eighteen to twenty one percent twenty twenty as a result according to rob's column manufacturers now wanna make displays that are eighty inches the mainstream. I'm used to the days when i had a forty to forty five inch. Tv and that fell giant so upgrading to something in the sixties or even eighty s feels incredible but it makes sense considering how much time we're spending in front of them in light of everything going on the other thing tv makers want you to buy into is eight k. It offers four times. The pictures a four k which was already offering four times the pixels of hd a in short. You get a better picture. That is really what is being offered here. Here's the thing though. Do you need eight k tv set. Probably not right now. There is still a shortage of ak content out there. There are some youtube videos. That are in eight k. You have games on consoles like the xbox and playstation either available now on coming soon the other thing with ak. tv's is. They eat

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"mike snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hi chi remind boxing the mayor ordered her own investigation into the fire department the new investigation of knowledge there were problems but it concluded that overall the fire department was quote at its core not a racist or sexist organization and it called I'm going to take a different approach and build trust with firefighters a city hall reporter told me this report basically through lane under the bus when it came out at the end of twenty eighteen lane had been on the job for about two and a half years thanks this spring a group of firefighters showed up at the city council meeting their their grievances against line also they're retired firefighters a firefighter named Mike Snyder stood at a podium he's playing cat has a baby face he read a statement well again I'm not a movie Chicago on he just break from life enough is enough he's call even though I'm taking a huge risk I speaking here today I'm willing to take that risk for my colleagues who are having complete mental breakdowns our leaders have chosen to bad mouth is in the media and that makes us feel unsafe both in public and at the fire stations to move or constantly walking on eggshells flooding the fire department leadership has proven time and again that they aren't interested in building trust life there will always be fear and distrust admits his broken marriage this can be fixed but the need with the line the fault uncle thanks he certainly needed some firefighters can do their jobs properly and that it was threatening the safety of everyone in Amsterdam and city council person asking the same more from British nothing exciting also I also told him the guy off the court of London office how to make a couple people constantly having to look around to make sure that the leadership isn't looking over our shoulders then we can't do our jobs city councils a political position they get voted in and like the fire department it's mostly white under the old mare the council's in full support of line twenty first exposed the racism and sexism in the department two years before this they've been on the side but now that was old news the public had moved on Amsterdams a progressive.

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"mike snyder" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on KCRW

"There are problems but it concluded that overall the fire department was quote at its core not a racist or sexist organization and a call Dublin to take a different approach and build trust with firefighters a city hall reporter told me this report basically through lane under the bus when it came out at the end of twenty eighteen lane had been on the job for about two and a half years thanks this spring a group of firefighters showed up at a city council meeting to air their grievances against lane also they're retired firefighters a firefighter named Mike Snyder stood at a podium he's clean cut has a baby face he read a statement well again I normally he should call openly display from not enough is enough he's call even though I'm taking a huge risk by speaking it today I'm willing to take that risk for my colleagues who are having complete mental breakdowns our leaders have chosen to bad mouth is in the media and that makes us feel unsafe both in public and at the fire station is to fit for what we're constantly walking on eggshells flooding the fire department leadership has proven time and again that they aren't interested in building trust life there will always be fear and distrust admits his broken marriage this can't be fixed but the need with the line the fault uncle thank he certainly made it so firefighters can do their jobs properly and that it was threatening the safety of everyone in Amsterdam a city council person asking the same more fat from British nothing exciting also I calls on the phone saying the guy off the court of London office how to make a couple people constantly having to look around to make sure that the leadership isn't looking over our shoulders then we can't do our job city councils a political position you get voted in and like the fire department it's mostly white under the old mare the council's in full support of wine twenty.

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"mike snyder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In some places Mike Snyder business and technology reporter at USA today has been speaking with experts who say keep calm and stop hoarding Mike what's going on what scared people I guess that the concern about this talk about supply chains you know workers being at all and shippers and truckers and everything else everything to get between a product and you you know perhaps being impacted and that could mean you might not get toilet paper bottled water you know hand sanitizer obviously was a big thing because help officials were talking about washing your hands and using best practice all that stuff well you know what was interesting is we've had more than a hundred people take time to fill out form since Friday afternoon telling us what they've gone and done and you know what they found on their dollar nap about stores and and their reactions so did you publish it's a mixed bag of what people are feeling but there is some concern about what could happen and there's a spectrum of a consumer reactions weather's been he's even believe warnings from some retailers right I mean you quoted Costco and target right it was another app or other websites just saying that but we're out we're get low yeah there were some you know some people are going online when they're not finding what they want at their local you know whether it's grocery store Walmart you know Costco Sam's club target whatever the going online and save their things are either out or they're limiting you know how much you can buy so what we wanted to do was talk to some legal experts say is this a problem and I mean obviously you can't answer that question for everyone and every situation across the country because you know some places don't have major choirs will have to do but they basically said you know you're really you don't need a horde thanks no because you can actually hurt other people and the first thing we heard about that was you know page mass and that's been reported across many media outlets about how people don't need face masks are buying them and that and that we will do need like people who actually have you know may be carriers of the illness or health professionals who are gonna come in contact with them the average person doesn't really need a mask anyway so that would lead on the water and toilet paper and rice and everything speak with Mike Snyder business and technology reporter at USA today his pieces called coronavirus fears sparked panic buying of toilet paper water and hand sanitizer here's why we all need to calm down you quoted somebody in your store you said panic buying is a self fulfilling prophecy yeah I didn't get to talk to that person but that professor in basically summing up what is happening in some places you know it hello everybody around you is going to call the store to buy all the toilet paper did you think of my baby I'm going to do that is to whether or not because it'll be gone and I'm gonna need toilet paper at some point but we extricated supply chains really aren't gonna be impacted that much thanks Mike Mike Snyder business and technology reporter at USA today thirty minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news Kelly news radio time is four thirty if South Carolina brought former vice president Joe Biden back to life super Tuesday have them off and running he celebrated some big wins last night including the delegate rich state of Texas and all but not.

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"mike snyder" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Toilet paper and cleaning supplies soon hand sanitizer was nearly impossible to find in some places Mike Snyder business and technology reporter at USA today has been speaking with experts who say keep calm and stop hoarding Mike what's going on what scared people I guess is that the concern about this talk about supply chains you know workers being at all and shippers and truckers and everything else everything that gets between a product and you you know perhaps being impacted and that could mean you might not get toilet paper bottled water you know hand sanitizer obviously was a big thing because help officials were talking about washing your hands and use and all that stuff well you know what was interesting is we've had more than a hundred people take time to fill out a form since Friday afternoon telling us what they've gone and done and you know what they found on their dollar nap about stores and and their reactions so did you publish it's a mixed bag of what people are feeling but there is some concern about what could happen and there's a spectrum of a consumer reactions weather's been he's even warnings from some retailers right I mean you quoted Costco and target we're right on it was on their app or other websites just saying that but we're out we're get low yeah there were some you know some people are going online when they're not finding what they want at their local you know whether it's grocery store Walmart you know Costco Sam's club target whatever the going online and staying there things are either out or they're limiting you know how much you can buy so what we wanted to do is talk to some experts say is this a problem and I mean obviously you can't answer that question for everyone and every situation across the country because you know some places on earth makes choirs will lead to do other things but they basically said you know you're really you don't need a horde thanks yeah because you can actually hurt other people and the first thing we heard about that was you know face masks and that's been reported across many media outlets about how people don't need face masks are buying them and that and that he will do need like people who actually have you know may be carriers of the illness or health professionals who are gonna come in contact with them the average person doesn't really need a mask anyway so that would light on the water and toilet paper and rice and everything speak with Mike Snyder business and technology reporter at USA today his pieces called coronavirus fears sparked panic buying of toilet paper water and hand sanitizer here's why we all need to calm down you quoted somebody in your store you said panic buying is a self fulfilling prophecy yeah I didn't get to talk to that person but that professor in basically so summing up what is happening in some places you know it hello everybody around you is going to call the store to buy all the toilet paper did you think of my baby I'm going to do that is whether or not because it'll be gone and I'm gonna need toilet paper at some point but we extricated supply chains really aren't gonna be impacted that much it makes my complex nighter business and technology reporter at USA today thirty minutes after the hour on this morning America's first news this activation of the Arizona silver alert comes at the request of the mesa police department police are looking for fourteen year old Henry is less he was last seen yesterday around five PM your Country Club drive in the U. S. sixty is less is five foot nine one hundred thirty pounds that span a boy has black hair with brown eyes and was last seen wearing a teal shirt blue jeans red pants and a black and white Batman backpack he's on the autism spectrum has Asperger syndrome anyone who sees him is asked to call police voted for Joe Biden but it was close.

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"mike snyder" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Seen as a way to save money you don't pay for channels you don't watch free from long term contracts but in reality the landscape and benefits constantly change the latest development higher prices it's a story by Mike Snyder business and technology reporter at USA today Mike what's the landscape like right now recently the services that deliver live TV kind of the kind of replicate what you get from cable or satellite right now the prices have gone up so we want to look and see can you still save money if you want to cut the cord and you can but of course there's always some out liars or some other factors you have to take into account I always feel like every time I I read a story like this there's not one perfect answer right you you can get most of the things maybe want your bucket but not everything without without breaking the budget breaking the bank exactly I mean if you're a sports fan and you want to watch live sports that there's some special things you need to think about if you want to watch live news you know what you know on fox news you know CNN MSNBC business news you have to think about something if you want your local channels you have to think about different things so it and then there's also no do you have a good internet provider so there's a lot of factors to take into account if you don't care about live news or perhaps you could just put up an antenna and get your local TV stations you could save a lot of money by cutting the cord if some of these other factors don't weigh in your favor you may be interested in a trade off or you may be a little bit or you may actually spend more yeah Versteeg with Mike Snyder business and tech reporter at USA today he's written a piece entitled cutting the cord as prices go up here's how you can still save money streaming out some of these price increases in addition to all the new competition also it's sling TV is up five Bucks a month was it was a who live ten Bucks a month higher now I I mean these are beginning to approach the price it costs you to pay for a typical cable satellite or if you're looking up a pie Brock optic pay TV service and the reason is you know as people leave traditional pay TV you know the program becomes even more important and the programmers are charging more carry on services so they're going to eventually you and I are going to pay for this if we want to watch these programs so typically a home is paying about a hundred seven dollars.

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"mike snyder" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mike snyder" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A good internet provider so there's a lot of factors to take into account if you don't care about live news or perhaps you could just put up an antenna and get your local TV stations you could save a lot of money by cutting the cord some of these other factors don't weigh in your favor you may be interested in a trade off for you maybe a little bit or you may actually spend more yeah Versteeg with Mike Snyder business and tech reporter at USA today he's written a piece entitled cutting the cord as prices go up here's how you can still save money streaming out of some of these price increases in addition to all the new competition allsorts sling TV is up five Bucks a month was it was a who live ten Bucks a month liar now I I mean these are beginning to approach the price it costs you to pay for a typical cable satellite or if you're lucky enough apart rock optic pay TV service and the reason is you know as people leave traditional pay TV you know the program becomes even more important and the programmers are charging more carry on services so that it would eventually you and I are going to pay for this if we want to watch these programs so you're only a whole much paying about a hundred seven dollars a month for pay TV at the international PPV one of the services about but he but she can get in its forty five dollars a month mostly country okay fifty or more so you already paying half as much as you did you know what a traditional pay TV service and that's not even counting if you want Netflix and some other things thanks Mike Mike Snyder business and technology reporter at USA today thirty minutes now after the hour.

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What if Big-game Hunting Saves the Elephant?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

01:50 min | 5 years ago

What if Big-game Hunting Saves the Elephant?

"Thanks so the kind of animal that humans are were called mammals and out of all the mammals humans and cats and dogs and elephants this is only a few that actually lay eggs but all the mammals like us don't instead of having a hard show the so we grow ins hard show out in the world we grow insight someone's body in that body this usually our mother is the thing that protects us we could almost think of it like the body is like the agan away because it's that protection it is like gateway but it doesn't crack thank goodness how do

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