17 Burst results for "Miriam Joie"

"miriam joie" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"For more expensive five G plan for a new network that doesn't initially give them any new features and isn't even going to work in the majority of the company country. So apple can certainly sit back for a year or two before. Introducing a five G phone because certainly for the first couple of years all the news about Samsung's. First. Market five G phone is going to be wise. Samsung's five G, I market phone never getting a five G signal. Even when I'm in standing in the Verizon store directly next to what is it? They are promising is a demo antenna there. There's a really good article in seen it. I think it was where I think Verizon had sort of a one day demo where they brought some journalists, and they gave them f- their current five G hardware, which I think was a Moto phone the kind that you can actually put accessory backs on it. So it has a five G modem accessory back on it. And that was Chicago's when the two cities where the Verizon says that they are qualified to say that we are the first actually put real five G in the in the United States and just said go go go for the go around Chicago for the day use it for real. Of course, they've got PR people on speed dial. But the story I think the headline was at actually brought me to tears trying to get this thing to work at one of the stories is that again at this variety store, they set up a five G and ten. Anna like right there with the intention of directing press people with hardware that Verizon provided to them to see how well five G works. And she said that even like standing like right next to the antenna, they were not getting five g connections that were stable. So what I'm saying is that this is not an easy problem for apple to solve. But they have a couple years to solve it starts to get embarrassing. Yeah. I think the the key here is going to be with marketing. So obviously every company that makes a phone that has five g connection can tell me they're going to put out all these commercials and all these advertisements that say we've got five G, but apple still doesn't so apple juice needs to make sure that in their marketing campaign. They point out that five j isn't really useful for for the time being by the time it because they comes ubiquitous across the world. Apple will probably have a five G five G modems. So it's going to be we're going to see a lot of people saying that their phones are better. Than Apple's phones because specifically because of the five G modem an and then that will all go away in won't be. It'll be a moot point also apples in the unusual position. Where not only do they can they wait for a couple of years. They if if it were questioned of like, do I buy a Weiwei phone or do a by Samsung phone or do I buy Google pixel phone that's competition, but apple can simply as part of their bath. Think that I don't think people are so excited about five G that they'd be willing to drop I o s and all of their apps and all their services, and every all their cumulated logic knowledge about Iowa's in order to get five G in the first couple of years. So there th- they're in a position that not all companies are in right now. And that's why it occurred to me when I did see all Apple's doom. No five G modem things that it again, you know, people bought I never know how much modems mean to regular people as opposed to nourish. Because there are you know? I work with some of them. There are people who know exactly the bit rate of every different variation of LT in every band. You know, sorry to say that Daniel baiters like that, Brian plus them used to be like that. They would just know every Miriam joie there's so many people know everything about these. But no one else really had any any clue about it was either like this web page is taking too long to load or this web page loaded fast enough that I didn't notice that.

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"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"So maybe give us an overview of what your your event involved. Well, first off the Bridgestone winter driving school is actually the only one in the United States that is to the the size capability ever driving school compared to it's France. They said so bragging rights Bridgestone have the biggest winter driving school in the United. That is correct. Actually, they said all of the Americas. But don't think he'd have one in like South America has called in like, you know. So they have skiing and Chilean stuff. True never been. But I've heard trail, but originally this whole thing started in believe in France because people when are excuse me, we're not able to drive to the mountain. So French are horrible drivers. I'll just I grew up. My mom was a history about teacher. And I grew up traveling around the the Europe every summer, I remember staying in a hotel in Paris. And watching some I was twelve and watching some person Parkway below me on the street, and they were little like five hundred little European cars. And so they drove it forwards into the parking space and bumped the car in front any went bump bump bump bump bump, all the costs down. Then they backed up and bump the cop behind was bump bump bump bump up. All the so the French are horrible drivers. So no wonder they needed a win to drive. They can't even drive in the summer. The no wonder they would need to a winter driving. Miriam joie would probably be. Laughing. However, so yeah. So so the French they needed to help the French learn how to navigate snow, so they started these winter driving schools. Right. Exactly. And so then it just kind of migrated over the United States and the Bridgestone schools actually booked solid. The whole season that the so it's really hard to get into. But if you can do it it's great for teens. They say they teach anybody from the age of sixteen to eighty two. So it's definitely. Range. Is definitely a really great experience. So at the driving school, they teach you more weight distribution and how you're driving. So if you're going to fasten your sliding and the way is moving forward, then take the foot off the brake and put on the gas that will shift the way back to the back wheels. Which is something you really don't think about when you're sliding. And I want you to be balanced, basic, right? Exactly. And then I'll help understeer or oversteer get you out of that situation. So and so you went on the course to star with that any instruction. They had. No we had instructions. All right. So it didn't really evaluate what sort of drive of the you were before you started now. And then once they got in there were you got in that you'd already had some education, right? See sit there in the classroom for good our so and they go over the whole course, and what they're expecting for at least give you snacks. Yes. Okay. I had breakfast sandwich. We got the really early. So anyway, so of course, was pretty interesting. But let's talk about the two cars that I drove. Yes. Okay. So you I know that you you've driven these cars before me, by the way, I've joined the row four, but I haven't driven the Toyota Prius oil drive. I cannot tell you how impressed..

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"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the Americas. But don't think he'd have one in like South America has called in like they have skiing and Chilean stuff. True never been. But I've heard trail, but originally this whole thing started in believe in France because people are excuse me. We're not able to drive to the mountains. So French are horrible drivers. I'll just I grew up. My mom was a history about teacher. And I grew up traveling around the the Europe every summer, I remember staying in a hotel in Paris. And watching some I was twelve and watching some person park a car below me on the street, and they were little like five hundred little European cause. And so they drove it forwards into the parking space and bumped the car in front anyway, bump bump bump bump up the cost down. That'd be back. Top of bump the cop behind his bump bump bump bump up all the car. So the French are horrible drivers. So no wonder they needed a win to driving. They can't even drive in the summer. The no wonder they would need to a winter driving. Miriam joie would probably be. Laughing. However. Yeah. So so the French they needed to help the French learn how to navigate snow, so they started these winter driving schools. Right. Exactly. And so then it just kind of migrated over the United States and the Bridgestone schools actually booked solid. The whole season is so it's really hard to get into. But if you can do it it's great for teens. They say they teach anybody from the age of sixteen to eighty two. So it's definitely range. We sell. Is definitely a really great experience. So at the driving school, they teach you more weight distribution and how you're driving. So if you're going to fasten your sliding and the way is moving forward, then take the foot off the brake and put on the gas that will shift the way back to the back wheels. Which is something you really don't think about when you're sliding in the ice. So they want you to be balanced, basic, right? Exactly. And then I'll help understeer or oversteer get you out of that situation. So and so you went on the course to start with any instruction they evaluate. How had no we had instructions. All right. So they didn't really evaluate what sort of drive of the you were before you started now. And then once they got in there away, you go. Now, you'd already had some education. Right. See sit there in the classroom for good our so and they go over the whole course, and what they're expecting for at least give you snacks. Yes. Okay. I had breakfast sandwich. We got the really early. So anyway, so of course, was pretty interesting. But let's talk about the cars that I drove. Yes. Okay. So you I know that you you've driven these calls before me, by the way, I've joined the row four, but I haven't driven the Toyota Prius, all-wheel-drive, I cannot tell you how impressed. I was pre is always get such a bad grasses. Or is that okay? This is a girl who has nothing, but sports cars and giant trucks and diesel likes gas. Yeah. Lots of noise in your face. And you're telling me you like a Prius. Okay. All you Prius owners out there. It's time to upgrade. This thing is phenomenal. It's yeah. The new one is all wheel drive, and it basically to will of course, until you need it. And then it goes to the well, but yeah, I was pretty impressed with that. We were taking about forty five miles an hour. Like, I said down the slope slamming the foot on the brakes. No sliding at all. Then we'd go slaloming, and we did it in all the gears to so echo mode, driving mode power power mode that was fun and it handled wonderfully. Drifted around corners course,.

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"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"Actually, they said all of the Americas. But I don't think he'd have one in like South America has called in like, you know. So they have skiing and Chilean stuff. True never been. But I've heard trail, but originally this whole thing started in believe in France. Because people when our excuse me, we're not able to drive to the mountains. So French are horrible drivers. I'll just I grew up. My mom was a history about teacher. Am I grew up traveling around the the Europe every summer, I remember staying in a hotel in Paris. And watching some I was twelve and watching some person Parkway Cobb below me on the street, and they were little like five hundred little European cars. And so they drove it forwards into the parking space and bump the car in front anyway, bump bump, bump bump bump. Backdrop of bump bump bump, bump bump up all the car. So the French horrible drivers. So no wonder they needed a win to driving. They couldn't even driving the summer. The no wonder they would need to a winter driving. Miriam joie would probably be. However. Yeah. So so the French they needed to help the French learn how to navigate snow, so they started these winter driving schools. Right. Exactly. And so then it just kind of migrated over the United States and the Bridgestone schools actually booked solid. The whole season. So it's really hard to get into. But if you can do it it's great for teens. They say they teach anybody from the age of sixteen to eighty two. So it's Steph range we say. Is definitely a really great experience. At the driving school. They teach you more weight distribution and how you're driving. So if you're going to fasten your sliding and the way is moving forward than take the foot off the brake and put on the gas that will shift the way back to the back wheels. Which is something you really don't think about when you're sliding in the ice. So they want you to be balanced, basic, right? Exactly. And then I'll help understeer oversteer get you out of that situation. So and so you went on the cost to star with any instruction. They had. No we had instructions, right? So it didn't really evaluate what sort of drive of the you were before you started now. And then once they got in there were you Gordon that you'd already had some education, right? See sit there in the classroom for a good hour. So and they go over the whole course, and what they're expecting for at least give you snacks. Yes. Okay. I had breakfast sandwich. We got the really early. So anyway, so of course, was pretty interesting. But let's talk about the two cars. I drove. Yes. Okay. So you I know that you you've driven these calls before me, by the way, I've been the four, but I haven't driven the Toyota Prius oil drive. I cannot tell you how impressed. I was always get such a bad grasses backup. Or is that okay? This is a girl who has nothing, but sports cars and giant trucks and diesel likes gas. Yeah. In your face. And you're telling me you like a Prius. Okay. All you Prius owners out there. It's time to upgrade. This thing is phenomenal. It's the new one is all wheel drive, and basically to will, of course, until you need it. And then it goes to the all well, but yeah, I was pretty impressive that we were taking at about forty five miles an hour down the slope slamming the foot on the brakes. No sliding at all. Then we'd go slaloming, and we did it in all the years to so echo mode, all the driving mode power power mode that was fun really and it handled wonderfully. Drifted around corners because I'm not going to any winter driving school away Yukon drifted it was it was incredible stab by auto expert..

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"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"Correct. Actually, they said all of the Americas. But I don't think he have one in like South America has called him. Like, you know. So they have skiing and Chilean stuff. True never been. But I've heard trail, but originally this whole thing started in believe in France because people when are excuse me, we're not able to drive to the mountain. So French are horrible drivers. I'll just I grew up. My mom was a history about teacher. And I grew up traveling around the Europe every summer, I remember staying in a hotel in Paris. And watching some I was twelve watching some person Parkway Cobb below me on the street, and they were little like five hundred tiny little European cars. And so they drove it forwards into the parking space and bump the car in front, and it went bump bump bump bump, hold the cost down. Then they back top of bump the cop behind was bump bump bump up. All the fringe are horrible drivers. So no wonder they needed a win to drive. They couldn't even drive in the summer. No wonder they would need to a winter driving. Miriam joie would probably be. Israel's however. Yeah. So so the French they needed to help the French learn how to navigate snow, so they started these winter driving schools. Right. Exactly. And so then it just kind of migrated over the United States and the Bridgestone schools actually booked solid. The whole season that is so it's really hard to get into. But if you can do it it's great for teens. They say they teach anybody from the age of sixteen to eighty two. So it's definitely. Yeah. We say. Is definitely a really great experience. So at the driving school, they teach you more weight distribution and how you're driving. So if you're going to fasten your sliding and the way is moving forward, then take the foot off the brake and put on the gas. That'll shift the way back to the back wheels. Which is something you really don't think about when you're sliding. And I want you to be balanced, basic, right? Exactly. And then I'll help understeer or oversteer get you out of that situation. So and so you went on the coast to star with that any instructions they had no we had instructions. All right. So they didn't really evaluate what sort of drive of the you were before you started now. And then once they got in there where you got it. Now, you've already had some education, right? See sit there in the classroom for good our so and they go over the whole course, and what they're expecting for at least give you snacks. Yes. Okay. I had breakfast sandwich. We got the really early. So anyway, so of course, was pretty interesting. But let's talk about the two cars that I drove. Yes. Okay. So you I know that you you've driven these Cosma for me, by the way, I've joined the rat four. But I haven't driven the Toyota Prius oil drive. I cannot tell you. How impressed? I was always get such a bad grasses cover. Okay. This is a girl who has nothing, but sports cars and giant trucks. Yup. And like diesel likes gas oil gas. Yeah. Lots of noise in your face. And you're telling me you like a Prius. Okay. All you Prius owners out there. It's time to upgrade. This thing is phenomenal. It's yeah. The new one is all wheel drive, and it basically to will of course, until you need it. And then it goes to the whole well, but yeah, I was pretty impressive that we were taking it about forty five miles an hour. Like, I said down the slope slamming the foot on the brakes. No sliding at all. Then we'd go slaloming, and we did it in all the gears to so echo mode, all the driving mode power power mode that was fun really and it handled wonderfully. Drifted around corner. I'm not going to any winter driving school the way, you con- drifted it was.

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"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"Our auto expert on KOMO news. Here's more with Nick miles. All the previous shows that I wanna make split dot com. They can go. Listen to all of the shows that we have done in the past. You can also read the latest automotive news. Plus, we'll see the latest videos and this week we actually launched our tech website for Cortec called test and tests miles now also has a video player of all the ladies Caltech on it. So you can watch those videos, including the seven matrix headlight, which we gotta test in Napa Valley, which is one of the pieces of tech you're talking about. And of course, our auto expert is also across social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and that's also the best way to send us messages. You can send us messages there and the whole thi will on your questions. One lady his here to answer all of our tech questions. Miriam joie she's in the studio with us. We're talking about car tech. And the way is advanced one area of Kartik. That's really making me happy is that for elderly people. My dad is it is late. Seventies scares the living. He be gbs outta me. When he drives bet and the cause in the tech is actually saving him when he drives because wondering how the lane is something he he was a shop is totally shed at one point. He was the best driver. He was amazing individual. But as you said serve what's going on the road. You'll sense the will diminishes a little bit your skills on a shop. So one way in which we could feel safer about putting parents in vehicles is by the advanced tag. Although there's a caveat that goes with that it has to do everything for you. You can't have tech that you have to interact because he still has trouble signing off the web. If I give him a car that takes too much input with it's got to be something like a Subaru forester where the cars get the talent if something's not right rather than him having to push a series of buttons to find it out. So that's one of the new things. All right. Joining us on the phone is Joel Hoffman. He is from Cadillac and one of the big piece. News that we had at the Detroit auto show that just previously went by was the announcement of the new Cadillac XT six. There was an XT five four. And now the six the big boy, so Joel is the set of Cadillacs complete. I think at this point in the near future. Our our fleet of crossovers is fairly complete. There's always the potential for new products in the future. But with the x t four joining the fold this past fall the x t five volume leader, no XT6.. I think our view we've fairly well covered. The different customers that we're looking to please with our product line. So tell us about the six because this is the big boy in the family, right? This is the the big family. Yeah. It is obviously the five is our to roll by a passenger version. And now the XT6. comes in because we had a bit of an opening in our showroom the space between the x t five, and of course, the escalating alert or a differently constructed vehicle left some real for the XT6. the XT6. brings in a three little vehicle the sitting for either six or seven passengers and what we really went. After was a third row that was really comfortable and spacious needs to be usable some of the offerings in this space in the market have third rose that they just aren't as. Start. Really that usable an adult perspective that's on the part of the market that we wanted to fulfill and only provide that catalog experience with headroom and spacious third-row that would really useful both older couples going out for dinner together three couples or. Got room for a long weekend with lots of cargo. But whatever you may be in. A course something we want to do with this new product, you answer your laughter actor families who. A number of kids or kids with friends that they're picking up and taking them and their stuff with to what families do one of the big bombshells that got dropped just before the Detroit show was that Cadillac looking to going electric, but this vehicle as it stands. Is it going to be gasoline? Is it going to be hybrid the XT6.? Do we know how it's going to be powered? Yeah. As it stands it's powered in the US with a three point six liter v six it's three hundred ten horsepower. And two hundred seventy two hundred seventy one put cork that is our standard powertrain. There are some things going on with Cadillac. Doc, going electric in the future in and those things about other products. We aren't really free to talk about all of those are standard offering here is three ten or car with you think really does meet the need for looking for. Joel thanksgiving part of you talk to us. You're listening to our auto expect the new XT6. arriving in.

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"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"They can go and listen to all of the shows that we have done in the past. You can also read the latest automotive news. Plus, we'll see the latest videos and this week we actually launched our tech website for Cortec called test miles and miles. Now also has a video player of all the latest Caltech on it. So you can watch those videos, including the Audi seven matrix headlight, which we gotta test in Napa Valley, which was one of the pieces of tech you're talking about. Of course, our auto expert is also across the social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and that's also the best way to send us messages. You can send messages there. The whole thi will on to your questions. One lady his here to answer all of our questions. Miriam joie she's in the studio with us. We're talking about Khattak in the way is advanced one area of Kartik. That's really making me happy is that for elderly people. My dad is in his late. Seventies scares the living. He be gbs outta me. When he drives bet and the cause in the tech is actually saving him when he drives because wondering how the lane is something he he was a shop is totally shed at one point. He was the best driver. He was amazing individual. But as your sense of what's going on the road. You'll sense the world diminishes a little bit. You'll skills on a shop. So one way in which we can feel safer about putting parents in vehicles is by the advanced tag. Although there's a caveat that goes with it has to do everything for you. You can't have tech that you have to interact because he still has trouble signing on and off the web. If I give him a car that takes too much input. We're done. It's got to be something. Like a Subaru forest where the cars get to tell him if something's not right rather than him having to push a series of buttons to find it out. So that's one of the new things. All right. Joining us on the phone is Joel Hoffman. He is from Cadillac and one of the big piece. Pieces of news that we had at the Detroit auto show that just previously went by was the an ounce of the new Cadillac x six there was next XT five and the four and now the six the big boy, so Joel is the set of Cadillacs complete. I think at this point in the near future. Our our fleet of crossovers is fairly complete. There's always the potential for new products in the future. But with the x t four joining the fold this past fall the x t five volume leader, no XT6.. I think our view we've fairly well covered. The the different customers that we're looking to please with our product line. So tell us about the six because this is the big boy in the family, right? This is the the big family holder. Yeah. It is obviously the five is our two row by passenger version. And now the XT6. comes in because we had a bit of an opening in our showroom the space between the x t five, and of course, the escalating a larger differently constructed vehicle left some real for the XT6. the XT6. brings in three little vehicle the sitting for either six or seven passengers, and what we really went after was a third role that was really comfortable and spacious needs to be usable some of the offerings in this space in the market have third rose that they just aren't as. It started really that usable an adult perspective that's on the part of the market that we wanted to still only provide that Cadillac experience with headroom and spacious third-row that would really useful both older couples going out for dinner together three couples or. You've got room for a long weekend with lots of cargo. But whatever you may be in. A course we want to do this. This new product you answer your laughter, actor family assume. A number of kids or kids with friends that they're picking up and and taking them and their stuff with to what families do one of the big bombshells that got dropped just before the Detroit show was that Cadillac looking to going electric, but this vehicle as it stands isn't going to be gasoline. Is it gonna be hybrid the XT6.? Do we know how it's going to be powered? Yeah. As it stands. It's powered in the US with a three point six liter v six it's three hundred ten horsepower. And two hundred seventy two hundred seventy one. That is our standard powertrain. There are something's going on with Cadillac. There's it's mental dog going electric in the future in and those things involve other products, we aren't really free to talk about all of those are standard offering here is three ten or with. Think really does meet the need looking for Joel thanksgiving part of you talk to us. You're listening to our auto expect the new XT6..

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"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"Pierce, Nick miles. Joining on the phone is our crazy man financial scientists and Tom. Here to discuss all things business is still in the studio. Miriam joie is here. And as well as Meghan and Jalen somewhere Ryan and the rest of the team of floating around gathering all the latest news stories, so Anton what's been going on new year. New horizons. Did tesla managed to get their financing to stay alive this year, not yet? So the big news in this upcoming week is that tesla is scheduled report. It's quarterly ending the quarter that ended December thirty first financial results this Wednesday afternoon, and they had a piece of news nine days ago on Friday nine days ago in which they basically had that they were going to host a smaller profit, and they had done last quarter and that the outlook for the first quarter, meaning the quarter that is now twenty seven days old was very uncertain. So basically the stock took a bit of dive on that. But with further details to come here. Just in barely about seventy. Do they have to make a financing by the end of this month to to keep that debt? Plenty is that correct? Well, there's no firm rule. So here's a couple of things going on. So they have a bond payment of nine hundred twenty million dollars. That is doing the March that is a very specific both eat at a lot of people are focused on because it's kind of a big headline number. They should have enough money to make that payment. They ended the previously reported quarter with about three billion dollars in cash nominally on paper. However, the company also has negative working capital is working capital being accounts payable being larger than the receivables. So it is not for sure where they stand. And of course, when they announced here a couple of weeks ago that they were going to lay off seven percent of their full time employees and an unknown number of their more temporary. Contractors? That's probably not a sign that things are really really good here in the short term. But again, we we will hear more from the day and one of the possibilities is that they're going to get ready to raise new fresh capital, which is what many people have thought that they should have done here at any point over the last eighteen months, but they really haven't. But they're still selling cars. Right. So ultimately. So what's happening on the car from their couple of things ships passing in the night. Your US federal tax credit got cut in half for tesla. As of the first of January, and clearly there were a lot of people that have chosen to take delivery of they tesla before that in order to capture at quote, unquote, three thirty seven hundred fifty three thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars that you get by doing it that way the other thing that's going on is that they have now discontinued sales of their cheapest as model the s seventy five. For on really unexplained reasons they obey you'd have to put in your order by this week. And then it's all gone after that the third thing that's going on is that the first and bows with the model. Three cars have now left the port of San Francisco and are on route as we speak to both Europe and to China. So those deliveries are set to start within the next thirty or so days. So as the demand goes down this quarter in the US because of the partial abandonment of the federal tax credits for protests. They should be able to feel at least part of that whole by selling in the initial quantities of units of the model three for which there is an obvious backlog into both Europe as well as into China. Now, they they have reduced the price of the car. So hopefully that they will still have some stimulation for American buyers. Right. But. Yeah. What happened was that? Right. At the beginning of January two said look will lower the price of the model. Three Anton, take a quick break here. We're going gonna go for some commercials when we come back. I want to talk about the massive explosion of electric cars. I just drive that brand new Mercedes SUV electric in Las Vegas at sea. Yes. Took.

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KOMO

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"Also read the latest automotive news. Plus, we'll see the latest videos and this week we actually launched our tech website for Cortec called test miles and miles. Now also has video player of all the latest Caltech on it. So you can watch those videos, including the Audi seven matrix headlight, which we gotta test in Napa Valley, which is one of the pieces of tech you're talking about. And of course, our auto expert is also across the social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and that's also the best way to send us messages. You can send messages there. The whole thi will answer your questions. One lady his here to answer all of our tech questions. Miriam joie she's in the studio with us. We're talking about Cortec in the way is advanced one area of cortex. It's really making me happy is that for elderly people. My dad is in his late. Seventies scares the living. He be out of me when he drives and the cause in the tech is actually saving him. But he drives because wondering how the lane is something he he was a shop is totally shed at one point. He was the best driver. He was amazing individual. But as you said SUV what's going on the road? You'll sense. The will diminish is a little bit you'll skills on shop. So one way in which we can feel safer about putting parents in vehicles is by the advanced tag. Although there's a caveat that goes with that it has to do everything for you. You can't have tech that you have to interact because he still has trouble signing off the web. If I give him a call that takes too much input with. It's going to be something like a Subaru forester where the cars get to tell him if something's not right rather than having to push a series of buttons to find it out. So that's one of the new things. All right. Joining us on the phone is Joel Hoffman. He is from Cadillac and one of the big pieces of news that we had at the Detroit auto show that just previously went by was the moment of the new Cadillac XT six that was next five four. And now the six the big boy, so Joel is the set of Cadillacs complete. I think at this point in the near future our fleet of crossovers is fairly complete. There's always the potential for new products in the future. But with the x t four joining the fold this past fall the x t five volume leader, no XT6.. I think in our view, we've fairly well covered. The different customers that we're looking to please with our product line. So tell us about the six because this is the big boy in the family, right? This is the the big family. Yeah. It is obviously the five is our to roll by passenger version. And now the XT6. comes in because we had a bit of an opening in our showroom the space between the x t five, and of course, the escalating the larger differently constructed vehicle left some room for the XT6. the XT6. brings in a three little vehicle sitting for either six or seven passengers, and what we really went after was a third role that was really comfortable and spacious needs to be usable some of the offerings in this space in the market have third rose that they just aren't as. Starting really that. Usable an adult perspective that's on the part of the the market that we wanted to fulfill an only provide that catalog experience with headroom and spacious third-row that would really useful both couples going out for dinner together three couples or. You've got room for a long weekend with lots of cargo. But whatever you may be in. A course this. With this new product laughter actor families who have a number of kids or kids with transit. They're picking up and and taking them and their stuff with what families do one of the big bombshells that got dropped just before the Detroit show was the Cadillac looking to going electric, but this vehicle as it stands. Is it going to be gasoline? Is it going to be hybrid the XT6.? Do we know how it's going to be powered? Yeah. As it stands it's powered in the US with a three point six liter v six it's three hundred ten horsepower. And two hundred seventy one hundred seventy one foot. That is our standard powertrain. There are something's going on with Cadillac. Doc, going electric in the future in and those things involve other products. We aren't really free to talk about all those are standard offering here is three ten horse with. Think really does meet the need. Looking for Joel thanksgiving part of you talk to us. You're listening to our auto expect the new XT6. arriving.

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"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"Auto expert on KOMO news. Here's more with Nick miles. Miriam shuaras. Hey, hey, everybody. So there's a lot of these new safety systems in cars, and now telling us when we do things wrong, and how stupid we, unfortunately, people do stupid things, and I don't want to be hard on them. Obviously, it's happened to everyone. We've forgotten something critical in the car and the worst is obviously your pets are your kids. Right. I mean, and we have. We have technology. Why don't we put it to a service? Right. And I think also the other thing is, you know, in the old days if a kid was stuck in the car, and you forgotten person walk by and saw the kid, you know, they could maybe break a window or something. Now, we probably have the technology unlock the car remotely. I think it's a lot better to have these options. At least options are always good. Do you worry because I worry sometimes the technology that we have in modern cars makes us not to bother anymore. Takes us more stupid. I agree. I'm going to see this at all. No, I feel like as a potential I have cars that spanned three decades. And when I drive my oldest cars, I really have to be on top of it. And I drive my newest cars as much as they're much much better. I mean, everything is so much better. I do have to say that the automation does make me complacent. I'm feeling it. I'm noticing it. And I'm gonna technology. I love the tech. And I love my cars. But I think it's tough. I think we have to perhaps continue. Driving older cars. So we can remember what it's like and get trained back to. I don't know. I don't know how the solution. I think I think this is you can't be a own a new car until you call. It doesn't. Maybe we should have to Gillette to drive a manual. Man should have no air conditioning. Year and a half generations of people that don't know how to drive a manual. No seats spiking issue. Right. I mean, what's the line you draw? Right. It's really tough. Right. Because I mean, some people are hardcore that like fuel injections to modern, right? I would argue the fuel injection made everything better. So I just sold my landrover this week and a border Lexus SUV the difference between the two as amazing like like, I love don't get me wrong. He'd go through anything. I used to take the police officers to work when it snowed. But the Lexus. Oh, my goodness me. I mean, the Lexus is like a two thousand and two the lexuses pretty new that's just a year or two old. So the Lexus is it's like so many years differences sixteen years between the two cars, that's not a lot actually it's, but the difference is feel this last fifteen years have really changed things. Do you guys feel that? I mean in terms of comfort ease of use every way, not just driving use of everything it's really Ford. And you know, I agree with you. Maybe I'm being too strong. When I stoop I think it's there is a potential there. I see it like. I think there's a lot of people like this is a special show. We all kind through. Yes. So it's different. I think the average person just wants to get from point a to point b comfortably quietly and do other stuff, and ultimately autonomy will take us there. And for those people, maybe it's good. Maybe it's good that there's all these assists because they don't care anyway. They don't want care. Eighty percent of people want to be a toaster utility just. Maybe you're right, then but for those of us, I feel I feel as a car. That's yes. When I drive my new cars often, I I look I stopped paying attention to things that are used to pay attention special guest in studio. Miriam joie is he took him back Khattak, and you can find all of that. Our auto expert twenty four seven online on Instagram on the Facebook.

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KOMO

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"To all of the shows that we have done in the past. You can also read the latest automotive news. Plus, we'll see the latest videos and this week we actually launched our tech website for Cortec called testimonials and tests miles. Now also has video player of all the ladies Cortec on it. So you can watch those videos, including the seven matrix headlight, which we gotta test in Napa Valley, which is one of the pieces of tech who is talking about. And of course, our auto expert is also across the social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and that's also the best way to send us messages. You can send messages there. The whole thi will on your questions. What lady his here to answer all of our tech questions? Miriam joie she's in the studio with us. We're talking about Khattak and the way is advanced one area of cortex. That's really making me happy is that for elderly people. My dad is is late. Seventies scares the living. He is out of me when he drives and the cars the tech is actually saving him when he drives because wondering how the latest something he he was a shop is totally shed at one point. He was the best driver. He was amazing individual. But as your sense of what's going on the road. You'll sense the will diminishes a little bit. You'll skills on the shop. So one way in which we could feel safer about putting parents in vehicles is by the advanced tag. Although there's a caveat that goes with that it has to do everything for you. You can't have tech that you have to interact because he still has trouble signing off the web. If I give him a call that takes too much input with it's got to be something like a Subaru forester where the cars get to tell him if something's not right rather than him having to push a series of buttons to find it out. So that's one of the new things. All right. Joining us on the phone is Joel Hoffman. He is from Cadillac and one of the big. Pieces of news that we had at the Detroit auto show that just previously went by. With the announcement of the new Cadillac XT six there was an XT five four. And now the six the big boy, so Joel is the set of Cadillacs complete. I think at this point in the near future our fleet of crossovers is fairly complete. There's always the potential for new products in the future. But with the x t four joining the fold this past fall the x t five volume leader, no XT6.. I think at our view we've fairly well covered. The the different customers that we're looking to please with our product line. So tell us about the six because this is the big boy in the family, right? This is the the big family holder. Yeah. It is obviously the five is our to roll by passenger version. And now the XT6. comes in because we had a bit of an opening in our showroom the space between the x t five, and of course, they escalate being alert or a differently constructed vehicle left some real for the XT6. the XT6. brings in a three little vehicle the sitting for either six or seven passengers and what we really went. After was a third row that was really comfortable and spacious needs to be usable some of the offerings in this space in the market have third rose that they just aren't as started really that usable from an adult perspective that's on the part of the market that we wanted to fulfill an early provide that catalog experience with headroom and spacious third-row that would really useful both older couples going out for dinner together three couples or. You've got real for a long weekend with lots of cargo. But whatever you may be in a course to do. With this new product, you your laughter, actor family assume? Have a number of kids or kids that they're picking up and taking them and their stuff with to do what families do one of the big bombshells that got dropped just before the Detroit show was the Cadillac looking to going electric, but this vehicle as it stands is going to be gasoline. Is it going to be hybrid the XT6.? Do we know how it's going to be powered? Yeah. As it stands. It's powered in the US with. Three point six liter v six it's three hundred and ten horsepower. And two hundred seventy two hundred seventy one put cork that is our standard powertrain. There are some things going on with Cadillac. There's going electric and the future in and those things about other products. We aren't really free to talk about all of those are standard offering here is the three ten or with think really does meet the need looking for Joel thanksgiving of you talk to us. You're listening to our auto expect the new XT6. arriving in showrooms,.

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"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"Jaguars. Hey, everybody. So there's a lot of these new safety systems in cars, and now telling us when we do things wrong, and how you know, unfortunately, people do stupid things, and I don't want to be hard on them. Obviously, it's happened to everyone. We've forgotten something critical in the car and the worst is obviously your pets are your kids. Right. I mean and. We have technology. Why don't we put it to a service? Right. And I think also the other thing is, you know, in the old days if a kid was stuck in the car, and you forgotten a person walked by and saw the kid, you know, they could maybe break a window or something. Now, we probably have a lock the car remotely. I think it's a lot better to have these options. At least options are always good. Do you worry because I worry sometimes the technology. We have in modern cars makes us not to bother anymore. But takes us more stupid. Look, I'm gonna say this at all. No, I feel like it a potential, you know, I have cars that spanned three decades. And when I drive my oldest cars, I really have to be on top of it. And I dry my newest cars as much as much much better. I mean, everything is so much better. I do have to say that the automation does make me complacent. I'm feeling it. I'm noticing it. And I'm gonna technology. I love the tech. And I love my cars. But I think it's tough. I think we have to perhaps continue. Driving older cars. So we can remember what it's like and get trained back to. I don't know. I don't know how the solution. I think I think the solution is you can't be a own a new car until you. Well, no common. She'd have to Japan to drive a manual, man. Should have no academic. Did you should suffer generations of people that don't how to drive a manual? Seats, spike. Issue. Right. I mean, what's the line you draw? Right. It's really tough. Right. Because I mean, some people are hardcore that like fuel injections to modern, right? I would argue the fuel injection made everything better. So I just sold my landrover this week and a border Lexus SUV the difference between the two as amazing like like, I love don't get me wrong. If you go through anything, I used to take police officers to work when it snowed. But the Lexus. Oh, my goodness me. I mean, the Lexus is like the was a two thousand and two the Lexus is pretty new. It's just a year or two old. So the Lexus is it's like so many years differences sixteen years between the two cars. It's but the difference is feel this last fifteen years have really changed things. Do you guys feel out? I mean in terms of comfort ease of use every way, not just east of driving of everything it's really Ford. And you know, I agree with you. Maybe I'm being too strong. When I stoop I think it's there is a potential there. I see it like, I think there's a lot of people like this is a special show, we all kinds through. Yes, it's different. I think the average person just wants to get from point a to point b comfortably quietly and do other stuff, and ultimately autonomy will take us there. But. And for those people. Maybe it's good. Maybe it's good that there's all these assists because they don't care anyway. They don't want care. Eighty percent of people want to be a toaster utility just. Maybe you're right, then but for those of us, I feel I feel as a car when I drive. My new cars often. I I look I stopped paying attention to things that are used to pay attention special guest in studio. Miriam joie is here. Khattak and you can find all of that. Our auto expert twenty four seven online on Instagram on the Facebook.

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"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"And just around the corner is C E S, and we love to talk to one of our favorite people in the world. Miriam joie she is a tech advisor and commentator Maryanne, a your getting ready for C. Are you? I am. I also have a very popular weekly podcasts about tech. So that is why am attending CS as media. Yes. So tell me a little bit about the last year as far as tech is concerned. Do you think we made big gains in automotive tech and two thousand nine hundred and you think that it's going to be a bigger year. Yeah. I mean, it's it's obviously very clear. There's a strong push for making affordable EV's come to market with the appropriate range. That's been driven by tesla and model three ramp up that I think has been a great success for them this year despite a lot of obviously ups and downs with that. It's always a big adventure following Tesla's. You know, but I think it's driving the rest of the industry. So that's one aspect related to that. We're seeing a lot more automated driving slash a driver assistance features rolling out at lower price points, and technology, definitely trickling down to more to more everyday vehicles. Which is I think everyone's going to benefit from things like Android auto and carplay being pretty much universally available nowadays on even the most basic vehicles. I think is is a is a win. You know, I remember a two thousand twelve for my birthday, somebody gave me a Mercedes Benz s class for the week to drive and it had a credit card instead of a key. And that that credit card instead of a key was sort of the latest. Tech that was available and now pretty much every car you can walk up to with a key fob in the handed unlock it by just putting a hand on the door handle. So it's something that came in the most expensive Mercedes that was available and now it's available in pretty much everything. What do you think the cause of the future going to have that only the luxury cars have now apart from Android auto and apple carplay? Do you think some of those features like messaging seats and facial recognition will be available in every car. Yeah. I think what we're going to see more of is is some of the higher end features. We see today in in cars such as cold seats heated seats, and obviously, it's pretty popular in common. But maybe massaging seats cooled seats are starting to trickle down. It's not so much tech feature as a comfort feature. But I think what we're seeing here is a connective right is also trickling down. Lots more cars with LT. Connectivity. A built in which nets manufacturers do diagnoses and push updates and improve the car experience and even with non like internal combustion cars. We're starting to see a centralization of the software and hardware behind fewer computer systems. So that it basically, a simpler and more software driven and then hardware driven. That's going to drive price down is going to drive the ability to update and improve the car over the duration of ownership, which I think is is gonna really benefit, and I think a lot again was driven by what we're seeing at the high end and in the world, right? 'cause obviously visa just batteries with an ipad tacked on on wheels. As we all know. All right. It's still more show to calm. We got good stuff. You wanna stay tuned? Coming up..

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"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on KOMO

"We've seen introduced at auto shows that have started in November the auto show and just around the corner is C E S, and we love to talk to one of our favorite people in the world. Miriam joie she is a tech advisor and commentator Mariam, a your getting ready for you. I am also have a very popular weekly podcasts about tech. So that is why am attending says media. Yes. So tell me a little bit about the last year as far as tech is concerned. Do you think we made big gains in automotive tech and two thousand nine hundred and you think that it's going to be a big a year? Yeah. I mean, it's it's obviously very clear there's a very strong push for making affordable EV's come to market with. Okay. No, appropriate range that's been driven by tesla and model three ramp up that I think has been a great success for them this year. Despite a lot of obviously ups and downs with that. It's always a big adventure following tesla. Is you know, but I think it's driving the rest of the industry. So that's one aspect related to that. We're seeing a lot more automated driving slash a driver assistance features ruling out at lower price points, and technology, definitely trickling down to more to more everyday vehicles. Which is I think everyone's going to benefit from things like Android auto and carplay being pretty much universally available nowadays on even the most basic vehicles. I think is is is a win. You know? I remember two thousand twelve for my birthday, somebody gave me a Mercedes Benz s class for the week to drive and it had a credit card instead of a key. And that that credit card instead of a key was. Sort of the latest tech that was available and now pretty much every car you can walk up to the key fob in the handed unlock it by just putting a hand on the door handle. So it's something that came in the most expensive Mercedes that was available and now it's available in pretty much everything. What do you think the cause of the.

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"miriam joie" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on All About Android

"Dot com for everybody getting rid of cable TV. And in switching to all streaming. And so we're having a little fun with that as well. And that's that's my day job. That's what I'm doing right on busy busy. Love it will. Thank you. Phil, thanks for taking the time to join us today. Really appreciate it. Absolutely. I miss you guys too. All right. And then Miriam tanker all, what do you want people to know mobile tech podcast podcast, a weekly thing. It's an audio not live, but that's the best I can do with all the traveling. I do on mobile tech podcast dot com. Where on I tunes, that's apple podcasts were Google podcast. One Puckett castle, overcast slacker Stitcher tune in radio, turns out. I'm on. I, when I got my tesla, I went on to radio type day my podcast and Bom, though you didn't. Enough to listen to put I did. It was awesome. It was awesome, but no subscribe to the podcast if you haven't yet. And I was a guest from the media or from some tech company. Also my YouTube channel, Miriam joie issue dot com. Slash Mary magwar spelt out like you see on the screen for a complementary content to the podcast videos on boxing's on stuff, and then Instagram and tank, Earl, Instagram and Twitter, tanker. Twitter. The only thing I can take a second. I would like to point out since you have a very big audience that I'm actually looking at kind of pivoting my day job which is currently consulting, and I'm looking at actually game back into media. So if you guys are watching this and you looking for senior person to join your media empire, hit me up the the other thing that I can do if you're not into me being a journalist is PR and marketing, so they split out there. There you go. And if people. On reach out to you. Okay. Yeah, tinker gmail.com. Or you can direct message me on Twitter maybe on me first, but probably g mel's best. Yeah. Cool. There you go. Thank you. Thanks for. Absolutely. Thanks to MAC and Josh for filling in for Victor. Victor was missed, but McIntosh did a great job. Thank you. I appreciate it. Thank you. Any final words for you? Just you can check out my little side podcasts to meeting famous people s fleeing meeting, famous people dot com is the URL for that and also follow me on Twitter and Instagram them Atkin Josh THE MAC. I n Josh accept no substitutes, right. The. That's right. We'll thank you, Josh, appreciate it. You can find me all over the it network, yoga, music dot com. For music for tech here onto it real quick. I can't believe him about to say this, but I'm going to best ABS. Okay. It's the middle of the year I get it. It's never too early to start because we have to compile this stuff and I'm not doing the same type of best of this. This holiday season as I did in the past where it's like a hundred fifty clips. The last one as as awesome as it was pulling the clips and everything. It was just too long and I felt so bad for everyone who had their hands in that editing and everything. So we're going to do a little bit differently, but just a general standing rule twit TV slash best of if there's a moment that happens like I'd love to see that in the end of year clip show please let me know because it'll make my job a heck of a lot easier and it'll take you few seconds, the more information you have the better. I appreciate it. But that's it for this week leaves voicemail three or four, seven show AA said Email, AAA dot TV, find us on Twitter. We're at Android show we can. You can find a full apps list from the arena. Twit dot t. o. slash Android apps. Show notes and past episodes can be. Found at the important MOS most important link on the web for this show Twitter, TV slash a. and there you'll find all the information information on the live show. We record every Tuesday, starting five PM Pacific twit. TV slash live, and I think that's about it. Stop at their. Enjoy your pie. Everyone. We'll see next week, another episode of all about Android, everybody. Alright, so because this place at the end of the episode and not actually, well, let me let me step back because this is going to play at the end of the episode after the big reveal is already happened. This will make a lot of sense to those who download, but today, courtesy of Burke. And actually, I think done was the person that had the idea for this number made it happen. Suddenly in the freezer appeared an Oreo ice cream cake, which is not quite a pie, but you know, it's close enough. Close enough. Look, we do what we can and and it's not like I'm going to refuse an ice cream cake relies cream cake. Oh boy. But there is a crime factor here for shore gone. Yeah, it does look like a pie to me. I, I don't know. What do you think is cream cake or pie, scream pie ice cream pie. I my keyboards getting all oriented. Heels, a bad idea Burke, and this looks pretty all right. All right. I'm gonna. I'm just gonna tear and hope. Hope that I live.

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"miriam joie" Discussed on Vector Podcast

Vector Podcast

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"miriam joie" Discussed on Vector Podcast

"Check. And so then you would have to live with the potential that even this over heavy-handed processing, I was talking about the camera might never get fixed. So just really be aware of that. I don't, you know, if you have the money to try it out, it is a delightful camera to play with so much potential there. So I have last last question. Good wrap up question for you is the big rumors that apple is experimenting with three lens camera systems now to probably not for twenty eight teen, but for twenty nineteen. And is there anything you'd like to see them? And I guess presumably Samsung is going to have at least a phone and a half with that on some other vendors to anything from other companies as they embrace more lenses? Yes. So you know l. g. made the g. seven recently we knew it was going to be an evolution nary flagship for them. You know, they always have a tick tock cycle where they have like a mainstream flagship in the spring, and then a late summer, they have like the VCR's just like their professional high end more expensive where they experiment more flagship, kinda like bequeathed on. Samsung would be the galaxy s series versus the note and used to defend shaded in size on l. g. as well. But size all the same sizes. Now I'm hoping that LG will be the first to do what I was hoping that p twenty would do with v. necks v. series, which is three lenses. And maybe that's what apple will do. One wide one. Regular one telly. Yeah, and I'm not too great about combining. They're out there in outputs too much like maybe you know, use the the the Barak's to get some good depth sensing there. But what I'm really excited about is having a choice of lenses without com without, you know, to screw stuff on the back of my phone or anything like that, and and then you know, bring on the computational by all means, you know, hybrid, zoom, all that stuff. Pixel interpretation HD are dynamic range processing the the night mode that why we showed us needs to be on all phones in the future. I really think that the ability to hold your phone steady in in low light to get a really good exposure that's automated blurred for you is is a turning point. I think that phones I don't do this going forward. We're going to look down upon and awful. Hopefully could do that really? Well, it's funny because when I saw portrait mode, I was like, oh, what could they do next? What's another sort of big fancy camera feature than we got. Portrait lighting, and I was just joking in my head what's next portrait backgrounds, and then they clips app which had portrait backgrounds, and it's not none of it is great yet, but it stuff that you used to not be able to do on a smartphone. It seems like that's what all these companies are doing. They're trying to give us results that are beyond what just the simple smartphone hardware itself can do. And so the other thing I wanna see apple do honestly, and that white has been doing since that onerous explosive with the dual camera from where is ago and it's continued doing with all their phones and that Samsung finally adopted with the note eight last year. And now the galaxy s. nine nine plus is true variable aperture mode where you can vary the aperture while you're shooting. And then after the fact once you've done shooting, you have some level of depth of field control and honesty if it's done well, like Samsung and why we do it pretty well. It can be a good complement to portrait mode. Once you want, if you want to have a bit more of your own personal control stuff. So I been impressed. Give you an example of how does it. They actually give you numbers of equivalent f. stops from sixteen, which is everything's in focus to f- over zero point nine, five. Which is creamy creamy. Bouquet is creamy af. And we all look, it's like all look, your pimple is in focus, but the rest of you face before and after or not that one hair on browse and focus. It's search looking a little synthetic, but up to about up to about four one point, four, even one point. Two, it's actually usable and in his cool because you can do it at the time of shot and after the after shot and I've noticed I've learned to play with it a bit. And some song is the same way is if you get too close to the object, you taking a photo of you obviously can't Greeley get restore the f. over sixteen mode ever because this got the natural bouquet of the physical camera. Right? But if you step back about to heat, right, you actually can have enough room for the variable fulfilled to do its magic and then cropped the photo later. And it's pretty uncanny how it feels like you have a really an Esa Laura mayor. Listen, you're an with interchangeable lenses, is this, this is something again. I. Apple doesn't want the complexity of this post potentially, but it may be put that in with a promote your manual mode. It would be really dope. You've got the hardware to do it, and I know that they did it. The user experience would be phenomenal. So yeah, got camera team. So that's kind of what I wanna see. So people wanna follow you as we go into the future of smartphones. I wanna listen to your podcast and they wanna see you on Twitter, where can they go? Yeah, so my my Twitter handle is also same as my Instagram. It's at tanker all t. n. k. g. r. I'll just think of the coming book character vowels either handle since the nineties. It was. It was like somebody took tank girl and I'm big fan of the comic book and and so I dropped the vowels before flicker of k. flicker like, you know, I was there before you, and and then you can find me on on YouTube as well. You to come slash. Miriam joie spelt my name, it's Miriam with a y. and drawers j. o. IRA and that will give you some videos that complement the podcast. And so the podcast is really where you should go mobile podcasts dot com were an itunes. If you search for mobile podcast, you earn pocket, Khasif use Android, and you want to look for us. You actually have to search for mobile podcast and tanker. Oh, my handle, because there's so many mobile tech podcasts that mine doesn't come up when you just only one. Thank you. And then so you know, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and the podcast subscribe would love to see us up to the YouTube channel. It's mostly on boxing's like basically the phones that talked about if you wanna see them in physical person held by me and show you some of the details of the hardware close up. That's generally what those videos are all about compliment to the podcast. So yeah, that's that's where I am. Thank you so much. I really appreciate your time. Yeah, this was a lot of fun. Thanks so much for having me. Okay.

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"miriam joie" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

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"miriam joie" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

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