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Fresh "Mobile" from Advice Line
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Microsoft back in the smartphone business with its new Duo
"Is back in the smartphone business software giant is selling smartphones for the first time. Since abandoning its mobile business more than four years ago. The company has started taking orders for the surface duo. It's a dual screen Android device and carries a price tag just shy of $1400. It will begin shipping next month. Microsoft is pitching the duo is a more useful tool than a conventional smartphone. Rich Thomas in reporting.
Fresh "Mobile" from KCBS 24 Hour News
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TikTok Tracked User Data Using Tactic Banned by Google
"Wall Street Journal analysis has found that tiktok collected unique identifiers from millions of mobile devices without user's knowledge or consent. Here's our data reporter Kevin. Poulsen? So the data that chuck elected is called a Mac address in it's a unique number in basically any piece of electronics that can connect to the Internet would let some too is if they wanted to, they could track to talk users even after that user has completely reset everything on their phone and attempted to start over and wipe the slate. They did that by taking advantage of a loophole in Android that lets you bypass a certain. Security restriction that Google set up an android in order to get that data, we didn't find anything on the extreme end of what you could find had this actually been militia software. There's nothing that on its face is a dangerous national security. Instead, this is more like a dodged. You sometimes see executed by third party gaming. APPS and other relatively small operators who are looking for an edge in collecting data to to targeted advertising and the like. Our analysis showed Tiktok ended the practice in November and the company says the current version of the APP doesn't collect the addresses. Comes as the trump administration has been dialing up the pressure on talk as well as its Chinese parent company dance. The administration is concerned that Beijing could use any data collected by the APP for espionage. Talk has said that it doesn't share with the Chinese government and that it wouldn't do so if asked.
Fresh update on "mobile" discussed on KNX Evening News
"Trivia. In 1963 Frank Sinatra Jr was kidnapped at gunpoint. He was released two days later. But only after his dad paid the $240,000 ransom. The entire ordeal gave Frank Sr a lifelong have it. What was it? Being that cell phones didn't exist. Yet Sinatra had to communicate with the kidnappers via payphone. He carried a roll of dimes throughout the whole ordeal, and it became a lifelong habit. It said. He was even buried with a roll of dimes. In the name and Lord never be Ella Yelich. O'Connor is better known by her stage name Lord, Her love of monarchies more than evident in her single Royals. It's also in her name when she had the biggest stage name. She lived through books for aristocratic titles and lower just jumped out to her for someone who prides herself on living a bit of a normal lifestyle, she said her name quote I also like that was a little arrogant. Right now. Switch your family that T Mobile and get four lines for $25 Align with auto pay and five access included on America's largest.
The Rise of V/One
"Be talking about a new player in the Space v one and the rise of e one, right So. They are a new. No Code. Mobile APP. And they boast as erode learning curve. So that's what they've been. You know hyping themselves up to be. But recent hype suggests that V. One is the next big player in the space with investments from notable individuals like Jason Calkins. They have been building momentum through twitter as they seem to be replicating Elliott's Hi Benji. this is not always a good thing as I used Elliott in it really was just hype. So the question is will be one fizzle out and carry the same disappointing launch the Elliott did. I don't believe so in here's my wife. So number one. The founder so Jeremy. Redmon. The founder and CEO v one is one of the most passionate people that I've ever met. Especially, when it comes to his company, so know he would fight tooth and nail for the success of you one and. Really, focused on giving a true experience Paul has users as he is no coder himself. And it is clear that he's passionate about customer service and the success of his users while that doesn't scale on one level I think it will set them apart especially at first and they'll be able to use that as a catalyst to shoot them until competition in the next six months and I. think that's where they differentiate themselves from all the other mowatt builders that are popping up. Number two is I have seen in used the product. So Jeremy sent me a demo of the product. After we first talked in capabilities and it boasts a short user experience an easy to use drag and drop block to build out your APP and part of the. Zero. Learning curve is you can build out it from scratch rate using buttons, texting all of that, or you can build using full screen modules. So not only do I think that it is unique to code space, but they are adding features by the week with the most recent feature actually being released recently in they dropped a thing on twitter about it and it's a canvas integration with images and buttons. So the in-app version of Cambe opens up giving you the ability to Zayn full screens or images or whatever you want at your APP and publish them into your APP with a single click. So that's pretty big considering. To my knowledge there there's nothing like this out there right now. So that's pretty pretty bad ass, and I'm excited to see how people use that. And then number three is too big to fail. With investors like, Jason Cal Kansas from launch and other prominent firms backing be one. It provides us with a sense of assurance and it's clear some of the most influential names in private equity support and believe in the future of this product. So I have to ask myself why should I and I'm not GonNa lie I had very similar thoughts with Elliott as the community rallied around them, even though the majority hadn't even seen or interacted with the product. And but I I would say given the other two pillars I believe the ones legacy will be much greater than theirs So you know while Elliott had also raised a significant amount of money and had a group of supporters like no other, they had a lot of negatives bogging them down with the way they publicly handle things and I think V. One I've I've already seen. They've they've handled things well. So I think V. One, will succeed based on the combination of the three pillars above and I'm really excited to watch them grow and launch with their upcoming Hackworth on August fifteenth which they said is there soft launch? For underrepresented founders and it's a five hundred dollar cash prize you get unlimited access for seventy two hours and then on. August twenty seventh I believe that's like their full launch and that'll be their public launch in their second act thon for anyone who wants to be involved, and that's another seventy two hours with another five hundred or cash prize. So they have some big things coming up, they have some partnerships with no code space and with underrepresented. Groups organizations in Ohio. So yeah I I think that they're that they're really on the right path and I'm excited to see how they end up in two to three months with their customer success that they're focused on customer success, and then also with you know the easy to use builder because they're targeting really no code people compared to you know. People that kind of have technical knowledge rights they're going for those that are too lazy to learn a learning curve.
Fresh update on "mobile" discussed on KNX Evening News
"Craig FIGURE can x 10 70 news radio. As the clock ticks down to the first day of school, the state superintendent says his department is doing everything possible to support district schools and families, especially in regard to technology. State officials know that even without Kobe, 19 this would be a very busy in crucial time for everybody. Teachers are scrambling to get less. Plans together to get their rooms together. But state Superintendent Tony Thurman says now they have to throw in the pandemic concerns as well. We know that there's still many things to check off on the list, he says. 97% of California schools are poised to reopen with distance learning, the superintendent says. It has to be a great experience for students because it's all we have right now. And he says they've tried to close the digital divide to make sure that all students have access to technology. As you know, we announced last week. Partnership with Apple and T Mobile, where there are computing devices available that also are already Internet enabled so that students don't have to have a computing device and a hot spot. But, he says, as schools reopened first and foremost, it's all about safety. John Baird K an axe, 10 70 NewsRadio County sheriff, Alex feet away. They calls it a big step forward for transparency and agreement's been reached for body worn cameras to be deployed for deputies. Need a waiver says he's been working on getting this done since the first week. He took office 20 months ago. I can say honestly that with the body worn cameras, the public themselves can see that what Deputy they're saying and doing in the field matches what they're seeing on video beginning October 1st, the cameras were scheduled to be provided a 1200 deputies and five stations. Lancaster Century Lakewood industry in West Hollywood. Department will spend $25 million over five years for 5200 cameras, money with model Rivera a solid day for stocks..
New Mobile Coronavirus Testing Site Being Set Up At Miami-Dade's Tamiami Park
"Funnel cakes of free temporary Corona virus testing site is opening this morning at the Tammy Emmy Fairgrounds in West Miami Dade. It is not a drive up location, you'll be walking up and we have the test ready. We have individual that would be providing the test on site as well. And then you should be receiving your results within 48 72 hours. State representative Daniel Perez worked with other elected officials to make this two day event a reality. Adults getting their cheeks swab do not need to have symptoms or appointments. Global health experts, meanwhile, say
Fresh "Mobile" from Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis
"And we'll see that rain coverage pretty high on Friday on your side, but first a word chief meteorologist J P. Dies on news Radio 1055 W E R C Right now. It's 77 degrees at Birmingham's News, Traffic and Weather Station News Radio, 1055 W E. R C Right now switch your family that T Mobile and get four lines for $25 Align with auto pay and five access included on America's largest five G network, So don't wait, Get unlimited and nationwide five g access for the whole family for just $25 a line isn't a T mobile store or t mobile dot com. Today, Texas of these cosmic Cimino just lower speeds and further reduction of using over 50 a month due to date, a prioritization video for unlimited well under network qualifying credit lines required capable that's required for five coverage not available in Samaria. Something may require certain features. C t mobile dot com Whose radio 1055 w. E R C destination for the future. I'll call this is from the same timeline. What happened is an allergic thiss is the future. We're behind first things that way..
Makeover: Oil Giant BP Promises to Cut Oil Production, Invest in Renewables
"Somebody had to go I. It's no surprise that Covid Nineteen Delta Draconian blow to the oil and gas industry stay at home orders and line shutdowns of dramatically reduced the need for oil and gas prices and earnings plunged well. Now at least one giant oil company says demand for fossil fuels will never be the same again and it's taking steps not just to pivot, but to make itself over entirely. That business is BP the london-based behemoth last week, the one, hundred, ten year, old company announced a seventeen billion dollar quarterly loss and multibillion dollar writedown of its assets. But what generated headlines was its announcement that over the next decade, it intends to discard its identity as a fossil fuel business. Instead, it'll invest heavily in a wide variety of renewable energy technologies on its way to achieving net zero emissions by twenty fifty. Specifically bb says it will cut oil and gas production by forty percent over the next decade. At the same time, it plans to put ten times as much money into renewable energy investments as it currently does with a goal of investing five billion dollars a year by twenty thirty bio-energy hydrogen, carbon, capture and storage investments in electric vehicle charging stations are all said to be on the menu as our wind and solar. From. A business perspective the move does make some sense BP expects demand for oil to fall between fifty and seventy five percent over the next thirty years as the world attempts to slow global warming. In June BP officials acknowledged that the pain caused to the oil business by the pandemic isn't temporary. It's permanent. They say in a statement, they said covid nineteen would accelerate an existing transition to a lower carbon economy as country seek to quote, build back better meaning in ways less harmful to the environment. The shift is taking a toll on BP's employees. The company announced in June that it plans to lay off ten thousand people. BP's dismal second quarter didn't seem to faze investors instead they embrace the company's new renewable energy shift its share price leapt seven percent on the news stuart joyner an analyst at the market research firm redburn remarked that the move was major positive, thoughtful, and largely unexpected the New York Times reported. Unexpected too many perhaps, but close observers of the company may not have been that surprised. BP has spent the last decade clawing back from its disastrous deepwater horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. For obvious reasons, the company hasn't exactly been a darling of environmentalists, but quickly after becoming CEO in February Bernard Looney made a pledge for BP to achieve net zero emissions by twenty fifty it was the first of giant global oil companies to do so. At the time both socially conscious and traditional investors applauded BP's pledge Andrew Logan and oil and gas director at series a climate change advocacy organization said EP was setting a new standard for leadership in the oil industry CNN reported and Barclays analysts called the plan both fundamental and radical. Last week. Looney. said in a statement quote. This coming decade is critical for the world in the fight against climate change and to drive the necessary change in global energy systems will require action from everyone but so far oil giants. Exxon and Chevron have not followed suit indeed mobile continues to expand oil exploration and production around the world despite its own sharp drop in earnings. The Washington Post reported BP has attempted and failed at other eco, friendly initiatives over the years and BP will continue to invest in and make most of its money from fossil fuels for at least another five years. Still observers agree that this is the company's most transformative move yet, and the realities of business may give BP's ecoconscious strategy more momentum than has existed in the past. As reporter Steven muffs wrote in. The Washington Post for. BP. Is trying to get ahead of what climate change might forced the industry to do. Anyway.
Has the Pandemic Killed Your Creative Mojo?
"I'm going to start out by telling you this anecdote. From else fifteen years old I had this gas station job in my hometown. It's pretty cool having this job and I would work there by myself which when you think back on it sort of crazy. Leaving the fifteen year old in charge of an entire gas station we had full service and we had self service, and we also did things like change tires, patch tires you know some light mechanical work. Here I am this kid running the shop on the weekends alrighty. And, it was really interesting. I learned a lot of things during this job. For example, there would be stretches of time with no customers. You know that's the way it seemed to work in this business. You'd be there nothing happening nothing happening, and then like twenty cars would come in and you just be crazy busy and then nothing happened nothing happened and one. Of the things that I noticed is that when nothing was happening, you know there were no cars or anything you know I just Kinda hang out I sit there in the chair and sorta watch over things We didn't have mobile phones then so I couldn't check instagram or anything like that. Just sort of stare off into space like putty on Seinfeld or something. And the longer it went without cars the more sort of sedentary I became when I just start to grow roots and I actually wouldn't feel like doing anything I just got lazier and Lazier and Lazier. and. Then when a burst of cars did come in, you know start working I do this one I do that one I get all energized I'd be into timeless passing quickly and I really like the job and I had more energy than I needed during those periods. Going this is really kind of an interesting phenomenon in that. You know you think that when there's no activity you'd be resting in you would have more energy right but and then when you're working really hard, you would get tired but it seemed to be just the opposite to me. Why I've been thinking about that lately because there's parallels to me with all these different versions of shelter in place I mean. We're still in some kind of version in what I mean by that is I. You know I can't go out and do portrait shoots or I can't go to. Have meal inside or it can't run a workshop I'm being hired for photos jobs. So those are shelter in place they're just different versions of it. You know basically what the world is saying is that yeah, you can work in your office at home we'll you do that. And I've noticed that the parallel seems to be a little bit like when I was working in the gas station and You Get up in the morning and you know you're going to work in front of the computer and then the next day you're going to work in front of the computer and the next thing and pretty soon you just. Feel like you know you're growing roots in that chair that's in front of your computer, and if he has zoom calls in a whole bunch of zoom calls. then. It's even more. So right even more of a momentum killer. And I was going wow you know because the sort of things. That I'm focusing on now not so much. Any creative projects at all? It's more like, okay. How do I make ends meet? How do they cut costs? How do I get a little extra money to make up for the loss over here? You know I should stay in contact with my friends at price you call my mom more. And in all same, just trying to get through the day as safely as possible and figure out, you know how to make ends meet and none of this. Really seems good for creativity. At least on the surface, it doesn't seem good for creativity. The more I find myself stuck in the studio, the less motivated I am to venture out and take pictures of the world coping with a pandemic in. You know maybe that's it. Maybe we're just so single topic these days. And the topic is beginning to feel old and tired. In the topic is, of course, covid nineteen, a writing. So. When I did was identified this because. I'm not feeling as creative as I feel like I should be. So I said, okay. Well, I'm going to devise a plan here. kind of what I do devise a plan to combat. Now, what I'm calling the gas station blues the gas station. Saying there on my chair no cars and just really feeling very rooted at the moment.
Russian watchdog says Apple abused mobile app market dominance
"Russia competition watchdog F eight S on money said it apple INC abuses opposition will aftermarket through its APP surf riot devices wish you. The company, all regulation breaches, and of course, an apple spokesperson said, the company plans to appeal against the fast ruling. This comes against the backdrop the European Commission investigation into Apple APPs or rules, including requirements, builders us. It's its own in-app purchases them the fast side of the needed download APPs for the Apple IOS operating system, its APP store. It also said, apple's unlawfully reserve rights to block any third party APPs Blah Blah Blah it's same I think the windows crashing here on Apple I think it won't be long many countries there will be alternate APP stores. They spoke won't be able to completely controlled ecosystem for much longer time will tell though.
Trump Administration Prioritized Border Wall Construction Over Other Options in Flawed Process, Government Audit Says
"Called President Trump's Border wall 1/14 century solution. They say artificial intelligence and new surveillance technology. Khun Secure the border without spending billions on steel and concrete. Now comes a government watchdog report that false customs and border protection for not considering alternatives to the wall. NPR's John Burnett reports. Trump's giant wall gets all the buzz. But customs and border protection is quietly testing a new generation of free standing surveillance towers on the Arizona border that could revolutionise border security. Telescoping towers are equipped with infrared and daytime cameras, along with laser range finders and illuminate er's that can zoom in on a target miles away for a close up there mounted in the bed of a Ford F 1 50 so they're completely mobile, and they can be operated remotely. They can tell an agent if the object moving north is a cow or a single migrant or a family camera. See, something is going to alert and send that information to an agent in the field. Directly. So if I have a phone now, my phone haven't app on it, And that information will come directly to me. That CBP is Kelly good as deputy executive director of the program Management Office. He's in charge of technology acquisition. I met him last march at the Border Security Expo in San Antonio, where domain awareness technology was the hottest gear with Trump's border wall Now approaching $25 million a mile, I asked Good. How much to the mobile towers cost, huh? The lesson 1,000,000 less than a 1,000,000. That's the same question the inspector general of the Homeland Security Department had last month, the watchdog released a report critical of the border patrols. Single minded fixation on a wall is the answer to border security. The inspector general wrote. Quote CBP is an ability to effectively guide this large scale effort poses significant risk of exponentially increasing costs. In fact, the audit said, Border Patrol insisted on a wall even though the agency's own internal analysis said technology and boots on the ground were smarter solutions in certain regions. Representative Henry Cuellar is a Texas Democrat from a border district where CBP proposes to build 121 miles of barriers. We now are in a time we can build this virtual border wall technology. We have that already. I mean, you got the autonomous surveillance powers. But there is a political pressure from the White House. They're saying build me the wall. Get me mild. Last week, Three landowners in the Laredo area filed legal documents in federal court trying to stop the government from condemning their riverside property for wall construction. One of their arguments is Thie Inspector general's report. Carlos Flores is an attorney representing the property owners. 10 years
US investigates electrical fires in 2014 Chrysler minivans
"About one hundred fifty thousand Chrysler town and country mini vans are under investigation the national highway traffic safety administration is investigating complaints of fires and a power and charging port in town and country mini vans from the twenty fourteen model year the agency says it has reports of three fires and one injury the ports are mounted in a trim piece between the second and third row seats on the driver's side there used to power in charge mobile devices the investigation could result in a recall owners with problem should contact their dealers I'm bike camping
US investigates electrical fires in 2014 Chrysler minivans
"About one hundred fifty thousand Chrysler town and country mini vans are under investigation the national highway traffic safety administration is investigating complaints of fires and a power and charging port in town and country mini vans from the twenty fourteen model year the agency says it has reports of three fires and one injury the ports are mounted in a trim piece between the second and third row seats on the driver's side there used to power in charge mobile devices the investigation could result in a recall owners with problem should contact their dealers I'm bike camping
Quick pour - Web Performance
"Why is web performance so important these days like you heard Jason and Chris really their introductions really just talking about only performance. So why is it so important one engineering manager at Netflix's told me that I had to really worry about it. And so. You know ever since and then I went to linked and I had his other manager that talked to and I just kept talking about weapons just based on those facts loan I. Guess it was important. Johnson. Good people, but listen to you Brian Yeah. Well, guess what Brian we brought them here today. For for those that are. Who are not briefed on this I worked with Chris it Netflix's, and then we work together again linked. And then he abandoned Microsoft on me. I think it's important because. I mean there's there's a whole slew reasons probably the most important to me personally is that Went performances making. Your website accessible to everyone or at least more people right. If you right heavy websites, it's not accessible to people on crappy Internet crappy devices I mean not even crappy even moderate ones read. So making it accessible to the general populace is for me the most important reason. There's a bunch of the reasons they making money in bullshit like that, but you know. That's why I think it's yeah it's user experience. That's the whole reason we build anything. We're not. We're building it for people to use, and if it's not fast and they're having crappy time like doesn't matter how beautiful it looks or how. Features, how many features you have if it's not fast, people are. Going to be upset or they can't use it, and then they can't do what they need to do, and some of that's really important stuff like. I don't know like. Banking or things that you know, give them access to things. That are online government services that are really critical to people to be able to do so. Very similar is Brian and also just thinking of it even from a device perspective is everything's going more and more on the mobile device, and I think about that too just trying to deal with your connectivity whether be low latency anything in the happening on on a mobile device. Definitely in Bornes Guy I think every like the idea of access to information for me what performances about the ability for people to be able to access the world's greatest resource, which is the Internet. if you limit access by making it behind pay walls or behind really expensive devices that are on maintainable or even just break network access my network connection here at home on when I'm not on life is atrocious and I wouldn't be a black says a lot of the websites. that. I think are important for critical information
Thousands Of Con Ed Customers Still Don't Have Power In New York—With More Than Half In Queens
"All has been a great weekend for a whole lot of New Yorkers and others all around the tristate. Still without any lights or a C following Tropical Storm s a E s. It's been five days now since the storm, but power crews have been struggling to get hundreds of thousands of outages restored in the five boroughs. Over 37,000 customers still have no electricity. Con Ed president Tim Kali says the end is in sight. We continue to track toward restoring all of those New York City customers impacted by Tuesday Storm by 11 PM tonight and in Westchester County. It's 11 PM tomorrow night, and each of those cases there could be real small, scattered outages that we continue to work into the next day. We have a small army that is doing this work and Really? It's because we want to move the restoration along as quickly as we can. Queens was especially hard hit because of tree damage, he says, and 7700 outages remaining Queens right now, Westchester Hard hit is well, with about 25,000 customers still without power. Khanna distributed dry eyes this afternoon and has mobile information center set up in Armonk and Yonkers. But people like Molly and Thorne would tell 10 10 wins. Their patients is done. I'm very angry. Actually, Yesterday was the first time our street was cleared. It's been Down power lines down tree lines. It's just, you know, it's been terrible. No one's been clearing anything. Some neighbors in Westchester report having no Internet TV, landline and our cell phone service, either since the storm, it's been a difficult week is well in Connecticut, where every source still has over 119,000 customers without power. They say crews have been coming from this far from this far away as Canada to help with restoration in New Jersey, About 17,000 outages remain.
Does TikTok Really Pose a Risk to US National Security?
"Hank Shaw. He's the senior manager on the security solutions team for the cybersecurity company lookout I asked him whether he thinks Tiktok is actually threat and how it compares to other Social Media Apps when it comes to your privacy, is it really that much different from what's being collected from other social media? In reality no these APPs we give them access to lot and we accept that right. There is this kind of level of access that we all except when it comes to our lives on on the Internet. The difference he says is tick talks parent company by dance, any access, the Chinese, Communist Party, which you'll hear them referred to as C. C. P. May get your data. The core of the concern is who owns it? It's it's the fact. That it's a Chinese own company in that the CDC has demonstrated certain data usage tactics that don't fly in the United States, and that's why the center this whole debate tic TAC itself at least says, the data is secure and doesn't go to China, but Hank isn't so sure by dances under contract with the CCP to promote propaganda in the Chinese equivalent APP, which is called Julian getting getting that pronunciation right? They do that in the Jinjiang Province where The government is to put likely controlling the weaker Muslim population. So when I look at it from a moral perspective, I just personally when want my data potentially accessible by people who are doing something like that and in comparison to a US based company someone like facebook or twitter obviously instagram's owned by facebook they at least have to answer to the US government. As we've seen, know can take a series financial hit they have the US government. In Regulatory standards to answer to, and they've they've got a federal by to answer to which in my opinion bite dance doesn't totally considering they have that agreement with C.. P.. That's why Hank feels the possible Microsoft takeover of Tiktok in the US would be a step in the right direction and would help set some new standards for the APP but I also spoke with Patrick Jackson. The chief. Technology. Officer at the privacy firm disconnect who's also worked. For the NSA test. APPS. For a living I look at the network communication I also reverse engineer, the binoculars areas to see what secrets they hold in them. He says not so fast I would say that anytime you let your data leave your device Goto even if it's a US company or a foreign company that data can wind up in the wrong hands and it's because data is sold, it could be shared or could be stolen he points. To, facebook scandal a few years back facebook a US company allow data to be used by Cambridge. ANALYTICA to possibly interfere with the US election that data was was misused by companies that were US based, and so it to think that just because this APP is owned by a US company that data will only stay in the US and users don't have to worry is is false because you know money talks and these companies will do deals that will. Bring in dollars in May mean exchanging data for those dollars and also data can be stolen if we're giving up all of this data about ourselves location things that we like you know how long we look at certain videos. If we're giving up all this data to a US company and that data is stolen, then we're still back at square one. In fact, he says facebook who owns instagram and is now rolling out the tiktok copycat. Reels may have. More information about us than any other company almost every single APP that I do testing on has an integration with facebook, and so if you think about how much data that facebook is getting not only from the APPS that you use directly owned by Facebook Messenger. What's APP instagram and then eventually reels they're also embedded in so many apps that they don't own including Tiktok and so it's it's you know for a lot of attention to be on TIKTOK. Justified. That's okay. It's it's people's right to be suspicious, but that same suspicion should carry over to even. US. Companies like facebook they know when you're opening your workout apps and they know how much time you spend in them, our phones go everywhere with us. Our phones probably knows better than our loved ones still patrick has found some abnormal things about Tiktok specifically even beyond. Who owns it the amount of data that they collect within the first I counted the first nine seconds I counted two hundred, ten network requests from my device back to tick tock servers. It's clear that they've architect did this in the way to suck up as much data as possible. So knowing what these experts no I had to ask, would they ever download Tiktok? Henshaw says not right now personally for the privacy concerns until it's all hashed out I just is just something that I don't want to be the potential of Patrick Jackson on the other hand has downloaded it, but he gave it very limited access are revoked all the permissions that it's asked of me in the APP is still usable I can't postings because I don't give it microphone and camera permission. But if you just WANNA browse what's popular, you can do that and he says that's a good rule of thumb for any APP give the least permissions prop possible. See that APPs still works without permission that they were asking you for, and if it does then great if it doesn't and let's say you need, it's a calendar APP and you needed to actually access your calendar thing just give it that single permission ultimately, both experts agree it's up to us to understand where our data might be going for. As much as we use mobile phones in for as much as as comfortable as we are with them, people generally don't really know what to do to keep themselves safe. So we have to get really savvy about being able spot that abnormal behavior and then decide for ourselves. What do we feel comfortable with as they know that this is that this is happening then they could make better decisions. But if you don't know that you know High Fructose Corn Syrup is in your children's you know Pancake Syrup. Then you'll continue to buy it, but once you realize then you might say you know what I'll pick this other natural one over here. That just has a sugar
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Coronavirus: Uber customer activity falls sharply
"Bad Kobe, news, ride hailing company. Uber just reported a massive loss of one point seven. Billion Dollars with ride revenue down sixty seven percent as more people have become very wary about driving with strangers during times of social distancing. But there was good news for the company in food delivery Uber's eat subsidiary sold some one point, two, billion dollars worth of food in the quarter up a hundred and thirteen percent from the year ago quarter the delivery business is now is big as rides and obsolete gonna get even bigger. The controversial Tiktok, APP may be headed to Microsoft or banned by the United States government but meanwhile, it's moving ahead with its first TV APP for the Amazon Fire TV platform the apple have curated video playlist and compilations from the mobile tiktok APP along with interviews with creators.
Philadelphia to give free internet access to students
"Learning this fall, the city has announced a major new effort to provide Internet access to students in need in Philadelphia. Let's check in live with these Mike DiNardo on this breaking story, Mike Yeah. In businesses and foundations in the school district. They're all coming together to provide free Internet access for 35,000 households in Philadelphia. For those students who needed to learn room remotely as schools reopened in the fall on all digital It's a two year, $17 million program, $11 million is coming from Comcast and several foundations. The rest is coming from Ah, $2 million from the city cares Act. The school district and charter and private schools are and private donations are also Contributing to this effort called pH. L connected. It gives students wired Internet access from Comcast Internet Essentials program, and it also provides mobile hotbox from T Mobile. The program includes not only chromebooks for students but multi lingual techno technical advice for families to help them get connected. Including a hotline for them. Eligible families will be contacted by schools. They'll be given a code 2% to Comcast for the free equipment and Access Ian. This offer is available for district and charter school students in Philadelphia. Mike DiNardo with us live
Facebook launches Instagram Reels to lure TikTok users
"FACEBOOK has officially launched instagram reels. It's much disgust tick tock competitor that lets users create and publish fifteen second videos. The APP is live now in more than fifty countries including the US UK. Japan. To remind you how we got here. I will quote Tech Crunch in late twenty, thousand, eighteen facebook launched a tick tock clone called Lasso the APP didn't take off and was shuttered this year though unsuccessful as a standalone product, Lasso represents facebook's ability to run what are essentially large scale Beta test that don't have to generate revenue. This allows facebook to collect a sizable amount of user behavioral data that can then be put to use win building new features for flagship APPs like it's It's doing with instagram reels, following tests, instagram released reels in Brazil in November twenty and nineteen, where it was seen us to see how instagram users would respond to a different sort of mobile video experience with reels. Now, instagram's goal is not just to capture the now potentially up for grabs tiktok audience in the US. It's to steal them away. Even if Tiktok, remains today, instagram caters to a certain kind of create community that doesn't always overlap with the younger Jen's e and up. To that's found a home on tack and Jen Alpha, if we're being honest instead instagram users either share polished curated photos to their feed published personal and casual videos and stories or share almost Youtube Lake Creator content to g TV meanwhile instagram browsing experience hasn't offered a way to quickly swipe through videos like on tiktok reels aims to change that the feature lets users create and publish fifteen second videos using a new set of editing tools that include options like a affects a. A countdown timer a new align tool to lineup different takes, and of course, music instagram's deals with major record labels. Mean users won't have to wonder if their sound will later be removed due to a rights issue and will offer a variety of musical content. Right out of the gate. A comprehensive audio catalog could be a competitive advantage for reels not to mention a feature that's difficult for smaller APPs to acquire due to the complicated nature of record label negotiations and quote.
Atari Are Back Into Consoles - Where Are They Now?
"The timing for grams at votes you toy brand from Hasbro in renamed company Atari. So, we voted the first first time from Hasbro. Rename. The company Atari whilst world in we sold his company to Hedge Fund. Around Twenty two, thousand, six, two, thousand, seven game over graduate even begin to launch a shoulder. Alive, you'll left basically in story to do things on my own so I get investing in Games. Responsible, for Fitness Games, jeeter Michael or swing visiting Zombie Games. In Game Late Twenty twelve early twenty not to Hedge Fund which at both the company from US winter in into the nation in Vail. So the edge fund itself Wendy to. In be called me back in this love with finding for bankruptcy for jobs in the US. All you're interested. So. Twenty four hours to say a do it. Forty eight hours to. Find the money to buy back in US oil handed up. Becoming, the first of the major shoulder. Over Jari in twenty realty in two guests would say one year. To extricate ourselves with the bankruptcy process. At the time, the company was doing one meet in Euros of revenue and we. Around more than thirty million euros of. Debt so. was. Even the whole. And yes, one year to basically leave bankruptcy in the US and then three years to survive three years to reboot in DC where we are today. Now too long process, but you said like threat that whole time game so is that is that painting a passion like a personal passion for you? I've always liked you know new issue in games I'm the Not of not do producer I am more than the executive producer zero are. Tried to make things happen some set. To. have to rely on teams so It's The beauty of his business inc is you know you always want you create you don't know if he's is going to work. but if you wait in the most if It is just to realize acknowledged it'd be steak. So if you kill the game early enough, you will not lose money not not too much suit against it come back. It's like four right you wanna stay at the table so don't go in. for each project because you're going to end the bust I think it's just a question of you know amid a mistake. Let's get it. Let's stop here. Don't. Business Point during the game into the market because you're GONNA lose bovine. So join me because you have to be. Arab record in the analyses and your ignorance rich of any state as if you can follow me. Something I'd love to get your thoughts on to what I've seen in bit is, is they small indie studios may make say one mobile game it'll explode it'll go huge but then they really struggled to get that follow up game. Is there a lot of pressure from these studios? Maybe they've gained investment off the back of their previous success in the being pushed like you need more than a one hit wonder. I think the win seats in never run in the studio a who is being on the publisher side of the investor side or the executive produce aside so. It's a very difficult business Tell you want I you know it's like being tennis. You have one federer you have one the dog. Thousand Meetings of. Or? So people tend to look at one. Success Rightly, I would say, but visit outs look at these guys we have invested X. and they've met in one meeting thunder. In your yet but so it's great but don't forget. You have one fitter one dollar, your nuggets of Denny spares in the world. So you have. Millions of studios but drivenow studios. We didn't make it. So you have to be very mindful of act and then I would say the of issue. With the to studio that I've found is, is guys deb's in big gain of Utah everything inside the game in before you also did some marketing daughters, your some hours. So He's what received a lot of example than you know, sad stories for studios and great stories above issues where you know. That has invested more than. Adding to the game and the students Vancouver's do better but they don't have the mind to finish Beta on investing marketing issue with somebody was the money we physically speaking up though the project. So it's very, it's a, it's a very difficult situation in. What's going to do the Tories? reconized that than trying to out drank to basically. Bring product to some products to the market, but it's very difficult to. The point is once you have the game, usually the sequel is easy because you have a young money flowing obscene. Experience situation. So you don't have enough problems on after two years or three years at you like, okay. What do we wanted to?
"mobile" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"That year so we spent a lot of time. eating Rama noodles. We spent a Lotta time macaroni and cheese and we are I guess our gift to each other was finally paid on a credit card payment enough of the minimum payments that we had enough to actually go out and get a meal that we can split, so you guys earned eleven thousand dollars the entire first year. Correct and I want everybody out there listening who can relate to the story to know this is how it always starts, so let's just make sure we're getting some context here. We all know the story of Fedex but a lot of people don't know that Fedex did not did not make a profit for over a decade. We all know the name, ESPN but very few people know. THAT ESPN did not make a profit for over ten years. We all know Amazon, but very few people know that Amazon did not post a profit for ten years. We all know of Tesla. We all maybe don't know. They did not make a profit for over ten years. Somebody should write that down. Because we were competing with the ghosts of magazine covers. That aren't real. Everybody out there who owns the business is trying to build a profitable company a matter of weeks or days or months, when in fact, that's not possible brick. How long did it take you to achieve a level of financial? Success that you thought was at least respectable and or decent for having been a chiropractor who went to school for seven years to do what you do. How long did it take you before you thought okay? I'm finally earning a decent amount of money. Pretty much a solid twelve years twelve years, yeah! Yeah, it could have been shorter bit. I was I was a slow to learn so slow to implement things that I had learned even so, Jeff. How long did it take you to build boom to a level where you thought okay this this company's actually going to last is actually going to be here for the foreseeable future. So ours are turned around pretty quick are in our second year. We started doing fairly well. it's amazing and yeah, until we ended up with a a roadblock and a hiccup that happened any kind of reset everything for us our third year in and in from that it took us another year to recover. What kind of a roadblock did you run into? So when we first launched the business, we launched it as agents in other words. If you think of an insurance agent has multiple providers, they can go out and sell to a consumer, and they're going to get paid a commission off of that. That's the way we started the business originally The company that we built their business for we we, we had got to the point where we were about two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a month in commission revenue from one particular company. they just cut us off completely. Why one day notice? No, no notice. told us to go ahead and take them to court They're gonNA use our money to. Battle US and good luck, and so through attorney advice, being young being dumb We just let them ride with it. We were told you know we went after them. They're just going to file for bankruptcy. We throwing good money after bad money and didn't chase it so you've you've had your share of battles for sure so now you're. You've been in business for twenty plus years four years as BOOT mobile. How do you make any money? And now the rude questions start. How do you make? Make money if if Brek decides to switch to you, how do you make money? Okay, so there's a couple of different reasons. This is a common question. We get often so the main reason why we and how we make money and how we can do it for a consumer is the consumer is just one person, and so when you're going to at and T., you're going as one person when I go to at and T, I go carrying forty, thousand, sixty, thousand eighty thousand people. And, so they're gonNA, give me a better price and they're going to give you as an individual. Number One answer number to answer that is the fact that they have a stock market price, and they have to adhere to what drives their stock. They can't drive down. They have budgets. They have their every every every large companies to fat within themselves, and so they have to do something to drive that stock price. Paul Hood, the CPA has bona fide you in? His told me you're not crazy. But. Could endorse mill. There's people out there that have got to be thinking. It's crazy. Jason Visa's GonNa. Come on here and just assault you with rough questions, okay and Beasley. Who Are you? Who's your phone carrier? Who Do you have? Team Oh. We got people I got T. mobile yet t mobile what you spend per month on your phone Bill Jason. Just See here. One sixty. Okay, so one sixty, so let's go with here Steve. You're sitting down right now with Jeff. This is a one on one. It's a sales pitch. Okay, he's corner okay, and for whatever reason he's. He's meeting with you seriously, and he's meeting with you and your with at and T. and T. T. Mobile, right, verizon t mobile verizon to let's say I wanted to move my t mobile line over to you. I've got an IPHONE. Ten can do that. Absolutely. Do I need the the mini Sam or a small Sam or the large semi noticed on your website. You pick which Sam you want, right. And so you would have the Nanno Sim the Nanos him. Yeah, okay. That's what it'd be called, so if I switched that over, I noticed on your on your plans. Because I I actually do use this as a secondary phone so. You could probably do I mean he had like a bunch of different plans? We do so we. We try to make it very easy for the consumer to pick something that fits their needs the most. Take so the misconception for all consumers. None of you actually know what us. Right. y'All think that you know what you use. Well, we I'll say this on behalf of team. We'll call it team. beat us. I have no idea what us. All, go all go there. Also I I give you one mega point. So, if I guess what I, worry about and I'm trying to understand this is steve or to switch over from T. Mobile? Let's just say he's paying one hundred fifty a month per line for T. Mobile Kenny. Actually save money.
"mobile" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"Marketplace podcast is supported by personal capital offering online financial tools to give you a three hundred sixty degree view of all your accounts in one place I wanNA talk. Personal capital has registered advisors. Who can help you invest smarter and plan for retirement? Download the personal capital APP or start today at personal capital Dot Com personal capital invest with logic plan with heart. All right back to T. mobile and sprint. They have been talking about merging for a year and a half. It's been signed off on on by two federal agencies but it is still taking forever and now it might take a little longer T. Mobile CEO. John Legere who is supposed to still be in charge after the two companies merge is reportedly in talks to move to we work. We work the very troubled shared office space company marketplace hub reporter. Peggy low of Casey you you are reports. It was in ninety five degree day in June and employees were having a party on Sprint's campus in Kansas City. Suburb of Overland Park. Yeah they were celebrating remodel of sprints headquarters which went from marble and Mahogany to we work style open spaces sofas and cool phone phone booth. I would like to to use these day. I to celebrate our new building. Ill Michel come. Didn't point out was sprints Prince Missing logo the number four wireless provider has been working on a merger with number three t mobile in what analysts say is the longest approval process. Yes in memory Blair Levin of the Brookings Institution used to work for the Federal Communications Commission at every step. This process is involved. Things have never happened before eleven. Says there are several reasons for that the FCC chairman early signal that he'd approved the plan despite questions the Department of Justice sending the Plan Dan back to the company to rework and a coalition of state attorneys general stepping up with a lawsuit to block the merger and usually the FCC the DOJ Ajay and the states are all on the same side. In this case you actually have three different groups and really three different opinions. So it's pretty weird while lobbying for the deal in Washington t mobile executives reported spending nearly two hundred thousand dollars at the trump international hotel. Monica Ullivan is an editor at fierce wireless. There are very some very unorthodox some unusual happenings in this particular Taylor proceeding so there's certainly politics involved in this still pending. It's a lawsuit filed by fifteen state attorneys general. It argues that the merger sure would raise prices for all consumers but hit low income customers especially hard in Kansas City. I'm hello for marketplace in New York. I'm sorry benefits with the marketplace morning report. APM American public media this this marketplace podcast is supported by Zappia. When you're at work you can waste hours every day on things you do over and over again now you can handle them? Automatically with Zap Year Zap here is the easiest way to automate practically any task because appier connects over fifteen hundred business applications. To handle work for you so you can focus on what matters join join over four and a half million people already using Zappia. Now through the end of the month tries appier for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash marketplace spelled Z. A. P. E. R. dot com slash marketplace..
"mobile" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
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"mobile" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"The mobile device. There are things like crash. Reporting wise should advantageous to create a module like on Voi- mobile where all of these things would be centralized into one system sure you know the main rationale is really for the same reason his end that we've seen people start to really utilize this site car proxy paradigm which is that if we have a polyglot environment where we're using different frameworks different programming languages potentially different operating rating systems what we can do as system developers system operators is what I call reducing cognitive load and by that I mean that we are developing these super complicated distributed systems and the only way to to really understand this effective chaos is to try to limit the number variables so we would like to avoid reimplementing code multiple places we would like to have single implementations of things like retrial policies. He's so for the same reason that it's potentially advantageous to use something like on boy as a side car or a system proxy because we get a bunch of this functionality in one place instead of having to go and implement a bunch of this logic and again that could be for networking primitives like we try timeouts or could be for stats. Logging tracing is having to implement that you know on both I._O._S.. ANDROID and support every operating system version Dan we can implement this in one place and we can get the same output in every place in that reduces cognitive load and makes it a lot easier to understand. What's what's actually happening in? What's interesting about this? Is that there there is actually quite a lot of precedent for this. We will have the library called cronut which they have shipped for quite some time. It's a section of <hes> the code that ships with the chrome browser they use that code all of their mobile applications. That's common SASCO that is used both on Android as well as I._O._S.. FACEBOOK also has a long history of doing something similar so <hes> you know this is something that's been done for quite some time but we think the envoy mobile we can take this paradigm and we can do even more the back end model for deploying on Voi- is in this sidecar container in mobile environments. I guess we don't use containers or at least not as much of a present deployment system as they are in the back end so you're using your just bundling it as part of the binary is that right like if an application wants to US envoy mobile. They included as a library yeah right so it's going back on some of the things that I've typically spoken about which is that the library base solution is not for productive and you have to deal with upgrades etcetera etcetera etcetera but you know the current realities I would say of how People Shit Mewa applications are that the code has to be bundled <hes> and so our initial target for on mobile is to actually bundle the code as a library component and then actually shipped out. I do think that in the medium long-term if we are successful with this project I could see the sidecar pattern moving moving over to mobile <hes> you know there's people that I've talked to over Google have expressed interest in this. I would imagine the apple might be interested also but I think that we'll have to see how things evolve but in the short-to-medium-term I think we are looking at a bundled the library compare the deployment model for using on Voi- on the back end with on voice mobile. I understand it's it's a binary and into that you know a little bit different. Can you describe if let's say I'm an application developer. Maybe I've got like a food delivery APP and the food delivery APP has has existed for six years. It's on the APP store. Now I WANNA add on Voi- mobile to it..
"mobile" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"More frequently we wind up in environments in which the mobile clients have to deal with either spotty networks or slow networks but in terms of what the mobile clients have to do do it ends up being pretty similar they have to do some type of service discovery to find back and whether that typically uses something like the US they have to make R._B._C.'s they have to have retry policies and timeouts and those those types of things and I think the other thing that's happened over the past couple of years in particular as many applications have moved to mobile mobile first applications is that we have realized from an industry perspective that not all of the effort that were putting into making the server side system or reliable obviously fantastic but you know if at the edge proxy we have a let's say ninety nine point nine nine percent success rate or four nines. You know that's it's obviously great but if the user of the mobile application is only seeing a seventy five percent success rate. It doesn't matter how amazing our infrastructure is on that server side so we end up needing a lot of the same observability a lot of the same a lot of the same things that we need on that server side we needed on the client side so that we can make sure that we are delivering that fantastic experience to our users. There are many things that can go wrong on a mobile client device. You could have a poor cellular network. You could have a problem with the operating system. How do we differentiate between problems in the network versus problems that are just happening as a result of while I guess in when I when I say network I should say the programmatic network rather than the cellular network or something? That's going wrong in the operating system or something. That's beyond your control troll sure you know when you actually sit down and think about it. It's not really any different than than what we do on the server side in the sense that if I have a service that talks to another service in running within like some some type of virtual infrastructure. How do I know it's my application? How do I know it's the virtual machine? How how do I know of his the physical network so it's really the same the seem set of problems and I guess the quickey quick you answer which is not very satisfying that sometimes it can be very difficult to tell and all we can do from a network operation standpoint is we can try to build in the right metrics? They'll let the right analytics the right logging so that we can view the network at different layers and we can try to correlate failure and that might mean trying to look for patterns so are we seeing for example all of our users who were on the not mobile network. Are they seeing a particular problem that might be indicative of a network failure. Are we only seeing issues with users who are on that particular version of I._O._S.. Right that would indicate that maybe we have some bug. That's related to doc version of the operating system. So what it comes down to is that there's very rarely a smoking gun and I think what's much more important is to have the right infrastructure in place so that again we can gather the right stats the right logging and the right tracing the right analytics and then we can start debugging and we can start trying to understand what are the patterns that were seeing so you know when we start to talk about why would wanna run something like on Voi- Oy on the mobile client <hes> a lot of the reason we wanna do that is that it gives us a base platform with which we can actually you know emit a lot of these metrics a lot of these analytics and a lot of this logging so so that we can do the right debugging to actually start to understand where the problems are happening so there are tools for observability that are on.
"mobile" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Kline welcome back to software engineering daily. Thanks for having me. The goal of the original on Voi- project was to make the network easier to work with give a reminder of the networking problems that on Voi- addresses yeah so what we've seen as most folks have moved to micro service architectures is that you know they typically run run into a bunch of comments scaling problems in these are typically around networking and observability and these are things like not being able to understand where failures are terrain or not having consistent networking features around things like service discovery load balancing timeouts retry is things like that and at the same time what we've seen in the last five or ten years is that folks have moved away from situations in which they typically use a single language so you know the the The Times of Enterprise Java deployment are typically over or a single Java enterprise deployment and what we see these days is we typically see what I call it polyglot language environment and that means that either via via acquisition or companies that are allowing developers to develop in multiple languages. We see quite a few different languages that companies are using in production and what that ends up leading to is that an order to solve somebody's as common concerns again around discovery low balancing observability etc companies essentially have two different choices they can implement libraries in each language and and those libraries can actually go through and they can implement all those common concerns but then of course they have to do that and each language or we've seen a pattern has become popular over the last few years which the sidecar proxy pattern and that's ibkr proxy can implement a a bunch of that functionality and then that can be done in a single language and then if a company is using five or seven or ten different languages those frameworks can rely on the site card proxy to actually implement that that functionality so on boy was billed as a originally as a sidecar proxy to to do these types of things and then over the past few years as become a lot more popular. We've seen on Voi- being used in a variety of different situations. We see it being used for edge load balancing. We see you being used in Sidecar or a client side low balancing scenario and then we also see it being used as an internal or middle proxy scenario and the reason that we've seen it being used in all all of these cases is is that having a single piece of technology that organization knows how to operate. It's very nice to be able to use it in all of these cases or the organization only has to learn how to use it once so we are solving a bunch of common concerns earns and we're solving them both for the SIDECAR proxies scenario also for the edge scenario or the middle proxies scenario these different scenarios the edge proxy the back end end sidecar proxy. These are not mobile application proxies correct. The original on boy was mostly used for server side application in mobile applications are more of a client side situation situation. How do the networking challenges of mobile differ from the networking challenges that are experienced on the server side you know was super interesting is that they don't they don't actually differ that much? I mean of course you know there are lost networks and much more frequently we wind up in environments in which the mobile clients have to deal with either spotty networks or slow networks but in terms of what the mobile clients have to do do it ends up being pretty similar they have to do some type of service discovery to find back and whether that typically uses something like the US they have to make R._B._C.'s they have to have retry policies and timeouts and those those types of things and I think the other thing that's happened over the past couple of years in particular as many applications have moved to mobile mobile first applications is that we have realized from an industry perspective that not all of the effort that were putting into making the server side system or reliable obviously fantastic but you know if at the edge proxy we have a let's say ninety nine point nine nine percent success rate or four nines. You know that's it's obviously great but if the user of the mobile application is only seeing a seventy five percent success rate. It doesn't matter how amazing our infrastructure is on that server side so we end up needing a lot of the same observability a lot of the same a lot of the same things that we need on that server side we needed on the client side so that we can make sure that we are delivering that fantastic experience to our users. There are many things that can go wrong on a mobile client device. You could have a poor cellular network. You could have a problem with the operating system. How do we differentiate between problems in the network versus problems that are just happening as a result of while I guess in when I when I say network I should say the programmatic network rather than the cellular network or something? That's going wrong in the operating system or something. That's beyond your control troll sure you know when you actually sit down and think about it. It's not really any different than than what we do on the server side in the sense that if I have a service that talks to another service in running within like some some type of virtual infrastructure. How do I know it's my application? How do I know it's the virtual machine? How how do I know of his the physical network so it's really the same the seem set of problems and I guess the quickey quick you answer which is not very satisfying that sometimes it can be very difficult to tell and all we can do from a network operation standpoint is we can try to build in the right metrics? They'll let the right analytics the right logging so that we can view the network at different layers and we can try to correlate failure and that might mean trying to look for patterns so are we seeing for example all of our users who were on the not mobile network. Are they seeing a particular problem that might be indicative of a network failure. Are we only seeing issues with users who are on that particular version of I._O._S.. Right that would indicate that maybe we have some bug. That's related to doc version of the operating system. So what it comes down to is that there's very rarely a smoking gun and I think what's much more important is to have the right infrastructure in place so that again we can gather the right stats the right logging and the right tracing the right analytics and then we can start debugging and we can start trying to understand what are the patterns that were seeing so you know when we start to talk about why would wanna run something like on Voi- Oy on the mobile client <hes> a lot of the reason we wanna do that is that it gives us a base platform with which we can actually you know emit a lot of these metrics a lot of these analytics and a lot of this logging so so that we can do the right debugging to actually start to understand where the problems are happening so there are tools for observability that are on the mobile device. There are things like crash. Reporting wise should advantageous to create a module like on Voi- mobile where all of these things would be centralized into one system sure you know the main rationale is really for the same reason his end that we've seen people start to really utilize this site car proxy paradigm which is that if we have a polyglot environment where we're using different frameworks different programming languages potentially different operating rating systems what we can do as system developers system operators is what I call reducing cognitive load and by that I mean that we are developing these super complicated distributed systems and the only way to to really understand this effective chaos is to try to limit the number variables so we would like to avoid reimplementing code multiple places we would like to have single implementations of things like retrial policies. He's so for the same reason that it's potentially advantageous to use something like on boy as a side car or a system proxy because we get a bunch of this functionality in one place instead of having to go and implement a bunch of this logic and again that could be for networking primitives like we try timeouts or could be for stats. Logging tracing is having to implement that you know on both I._O._S.. ANDROID and support every operating system version Dan we can implement this in one place and we can get the same output in every place in that reduces cognitive load and makes it a lot easier to understand. What's what's actually happening in? What's interesting about this? Is that there there is actually quite a lot of precedent for this. We will have the library called cronut which they have shipped for quite some time. It's a section of <hes> the code that ships with the chrome browser they use that code all of their mobile applications. That's common SASCO that is used both on Android as well as I._O._S.. FACEBOOK also has a long history of doing something similar so <hes> you know this is something that's been done for quite some time but we think the envoy mobile we can take this paradigm and we can do even more the back end model for deploying on Voi- is in this sidecar container in mobile environments. I guess we don't use containers or at least not as much of a present deployment system as they are in the back end so you're using your just bundling it as part of the binary is that right like if an application wants to US envoy mobile. They included as a library yeah right so it's going back on some of the things that I've typically spoken about which is that the library base solution is not for productive and you have to deal with upgrades etcetera etcetera etcetera but you know the current realities I would say of how People Shit Mewa applications are that the code has to be bundled <hes> and so our initial target for on mobile is to actually bundle the code as a library component and then actually shipped out. I do think that in the medium long-term if we are successful with this project I could see the sidecar pattern moving moving over to mobile <hes> you know there's people that I've talked to over Google have expressed interest in this. I would imagine the apple might be interested also but I think that we'll have to see how things evolve but in the short-to-medium-term I think we are looking at a bundled the library compare the deployment model for using on Voi- on the back end with on voice mobile. I understand it's it's a binary and into that you know a little bit different. Can you describe if let's say I'm an application developer. Maybe I've got like a food delivery APP and the food delivery APP has has existed for six years. It's on the APP store. Now I WANNA add on Voi- mobile to it. What's that experience like so oh to be super clear? It is very very very early days for the project. We made an explicit decision to open.
"mobile" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"All the edits are applied non destructively. So I can always go in and access a change anything I've done, and the fact that it's being able to do it on the full resolution file at any point and being able to access things that have done on my desktop on the road. These are all really really amazing opportunities that gives you this scheme ability to do things and. Frankly, the fact that the same math or algorithms that are being applied on your desktop or your mobile device is really really fantastic. Are you giving anything up by that? Because you know, you traditionally like you said, you know, old school thinking is. Doing anything on a on a device, it's not a proper quote, computer. Like, you know, a MAC book pro or windows machine or your amac. Or whatever is is you're going to have a limited feature set limited power and the algorithms that you mentioned are going to be sort of dumbed down watered down al-gharib versus the high-powered real math that a proper computer can do are you saying that that that's not the case that the algorithms, and I'm applying on my comp- on my hand held computer are the same or similar to what we get on a proper, computer. So they're one hundred percent the same. So exactly the same. And the only difference between the mobile devices in the desktop devices. Is that? While there's like see differences, but from an algorithm perspective is that some of the tools aren't available.
"mobile" Discussed on Tech Reports by Larry Magid
"Lereah I guess this is part of Facebook's growing influence on how people consume online content it is in on the mobile devices. It's particularly interesting because when you click on Lincoln and mobile device, and frankly, I never even notice if until I started referring refits you get today. ES actually stay in Facebook. You go to the web page, but you stay in Facebook. So essentially you're browsing within Facebook. So it's become essentially a competitor to chrome. But if you're on a desktop, it might actually take you to well, you're going to remain in whatever brother you're using. But the point that you're making very valid, that Facebook is way many people get their news, and that's one reason why it's so important that they don't have too much fake news that the people understand what's fake and what isn't. And we try to make things civil on the on the platform of the influence on how people are informed three his book always utilized its own web browser interface, or is it in the past made use of safari or Google? Well, if you're on the web, if you're if you're on a computer, I am right. Now you go to Facebook, you're going to go to it inside of Fara or chrome or fire FOX, but on a mobile, to be honest with you, I never noticed. I never thought about it before until today. So I can't say, oh, if it may have previously linked to a brother, but it appears that it opens it up with it within its own app today. What does this mean for Facebook, if anything? Well, what it means for Facebook. Two things is one is it reinforces what we all know that Facebook, it's a major way people get news and information. Number two, it means Facebook has to be responsible in how it presents that. And number three, it means more market share not only as a mobile app of social media app, but also essentially the browser app people browse from within their Facebook experience. Well, here's a question that I don't wanna put you on the spot because I'm guessing you don't know what this juncture, but with all the concern about privacy is this another avenue potentially that my web browsing might somehow be recorded my Facebook as well. Well, it's a security issue and a privacy issue that faced. Could use that information to track you into advertise to you. And if it has inadequate security, it could get into other hands as well. So yeah, I think it's something to be concerned about. But again, you don't just type in the URL in Facebook, it's more a link. So somebody links in article, you click on it, it takes you there versus going off and just doing random web browser. You'd still use a regular bro for that.
"mobile" Discussed on Pants On Fire
"That makes you happy then yes my better podcast has it's not about feelings ever it's about facts yeah okay and you do have many facts to share like how our game works what are you shared those facts every week we harvest to grownups one is an expert the other oh you're not gonna like this person there liar and it's the job of a real human child to tell who is who what are we lying about today deborah we are lying about mobile devices yes computing devices small enough to hold and operate in the hand from personal digital assistants to smartphones tablets these i'm guessing you know quite a bit about mobile devices i'm getting a call we'll excuse you you really should turn that off while we're recording yeah it's lisa okay all i don't know deborah has to be on the show if we're up to me it would just be me right levi lighting but okay well why don't you leave a comment okay thank you so much put that away it is time to meet our contestant german introduce them sure that would be a good idea be today's human child contestant from princeton new jersey home of the albert einstein house meet a twelve year old who loves the beach and travel especially traveling to a beach i call her laura rows thank you so much and having me we're so happy that you're here we wanna learn a little bit about you we want to learn some truth so you loved the beach is that's true yes i love to be tell me why why do you like the beach just i feel like the sound of the water is fun to be around to swim it's also a truth that you are very good at balancing things on your head that's true because of like ballet i'm a dancer and so look we have to balance a lot so it's fun things on your head yeah fair enough that is the truth now i've told you some things that you already know to be treated because they are about you but what if somebody told you some other facts do you think you'd be able to know if they were true or if they were lies yep probably let's let's let's do a little experiment how about if lisa tells you a fact and then you decide if it's the truth or okay lisa the one sect that coming up on average most people drink the equivalent of one swimming pool a day swimming pool of water a day swimming pools worth of water on average would you say that that is true or alive is definitely alive why why are you so sure that that's a lie because i mean like i don't think one person could drink full little experience it's extremes would look for extreme facts that just don't make any sense yes right that's a good how there was like one person who drink ten hundred million swimming pools then everyone else could just drink a couple of glasses of water would average out and you you've got that down that's pretty good and what about lying do you have any experience with lying have you have you ever told a lie of yes oh definitely you have any good at it yeah no i'm pretty good at telling you but i can tell especially when my sister tells alive he has like a face to face when she lies like she has the face that like i can always tell because what happens like does she twist up her nose or i don't know i don't know how to explain it it's just it's just tell from her expression yeah expressionless she's about to laugh sort of and what about mobile devices do you have a mobile device yes i have a phone you have you have some experience yeah all right this is excellent so we're going to i think it's it's a good time now to maybe meet our experts at least i hope it a little a little welcome music for experts tom on a did not know you in the timeless sad now i know you catchy i expert or is he is markers market you kindly introduce yourself to lara markers on and i provide.
"mobile" Discussed on Acquired
"Cardi b's awesome by the way okay so softbank they're trying to sell it he's like i'm going to sell sprint to die to telecom to the parent company that who still owns seventy percent of t mobile great i'm a cell sprint deutsche telekom they can't agree on price get the deal done finally now a couple of weeks ago april twenty ninth twenty eighteen they take a new tack clearly john ledger the boring turnaround ceo like he's one he's like the man we just got to have him do this t mobile and sprint are going to they've announced that they're going to merge directly so whereas before it was sprint was going to buy t mobile then it was softbank was going to sell sprint to deutsche telekom again leaving t mobile of get merged but all but like nope t mobile wins t mobile is going to be the combined company it's going to be based in bellevue down ledger is going to remain the ceo i mean they are essentially taking over sprint telecom we'll have a forty two percent stake in the combined company softbank love at twenty seven percent stake the rest will be publicly traded masa will be on the board i love that it's like billed as a merger when it's nine point seven five sprint shares for everyone t mobile share no shares because the share price of and that that share counts don't matter but like clearly t mobile is taking over the company here the enterprise value of the deal this includes debt in addition to the equity values sprint at fifty nine billion and one hundred and forty six billion for the combined company so eighty seven billion for t mobile and there we have it as we alluded to in the beginning of the show and talked about throughout who knows if this is actually going to happen this is the third time that two of the four major us telecom wireless carriers have tried to merge the government blocked it the first time with at and t mobile and then we're going to the second time when sprint was going to buy t mobile why is it going to be different this time is the question.
"mobile" Discussed on Acquired
"Been growing a lot they spin that off into a separate public company in nineteen ninety nine two years later two thousand one deutsche telekom comes in the big german telephone company wired and wireless operator and they buy voicestream for thirty five billion dollars and rename it t mobile usa and that is how t mobile is born and think about this like this is again just to recap mccaw cellular is is sold in what was it nineteen ninety ninety four for twelve point six billion so a lot of money not that much longer two thousand one so it's seven years later the protege at mccaw john stanton and his wife terri they have created this crazy thing this rural operator turned into voicestream they sell that for thirty five billion dollars to deutsche telekom and it becomes t mobile they actually retain western wireless the cellular one the rural company deck ends up getting acquired a couple years later by all tell for six billion dollars alltel ends up getting split up and getting acquired by mostly by verizon small parts of it by at and t and is a big part of the verizon network now to like so increase we now have complete coverage we now have john stanton's starting western wireless selling all tell which becomes parts of reisen we have mccaw cellular itself coming in what became eighteen thousand wireless nextel becoming sprint nextel becoming sprint and then lastly voicestream becoming t mobile coming to you know we have one more event here one more merger yet to cover that will be the real bulk of this episode that is how we've gotten to where we are today well i don't know if it'll be the book this is all this backstory is a hopeless nurse you've enjoyed it like it's so fun and it's fun for us being from seattle at knowing it but to these people and all the people around it so john and terry the do continue in the wireless industry they started company called trilogy.
"mobile" Discussed on Altered Geek
"New home decor store opening and kerry that'll make you smile and your home shine home centric where you'll find inspired styles most wanted brands and unbeatable value so come to the home centric grand opening celebration in crossroads plaza may third through the sixth each day the first one hundred fifty guests we'll get a scratch off card for tents to one and two hundred and fifty dollars shopping spree don't miss it home centric inspired living for less there's a new home decor store opening and kerry that'll make you smile and your home shine home centric where you'll find inspired styles most wanted brands and unbeatable value so come to the home centric grand opening celebration in crossroads plaza may third through the sixth each day the first one hundred fifty guests we'll get a scratch off guard for chance to one and two hundred and fifty dollar shopping spree don't miss it home centric inspired living for less tuned in to steve mega trion on altered geek hello and welcome to altered geek i'm your steve megatrend phillips in joining me this week is mike the bird man died from this week in gig dot net so yes we reconvene as the dynamic duo in this podcast of geeked him to discuss what the deal with mobile gabi so this is a topic that i pitched the steve little while ago and the main reason i wanna talk about mobile gaming is you always see these ads during sporting events like they do you remember a couple years ago it was the chick from like i don't know sports illustrated riding around in armor and there was like come do clash of kings or clash of clans or whatever talking was kate upton.
"mobile" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast
"With with concord designs but at fifteen watts man zan is looking like it scales down really nicely to these lower power envelopes it's kumasi little state zen plus vega that's another thing too is vega might not look particularly power efficient in the rx vega fifty sega and our ex vegas 64 but what you know if you talk to industry people off the record what they'll say is that well you know don't judge vegas based on the products that it's in vega is area efficient if you actually scale down the voltage and a lot of what's like i know clocked basically yeah pretty much every chip company for a while now has been going really hard core in the whole bring the temperatures down make it more power fishing category up but were really matters for me is mobile stuff mobile laptops mobile phones and if they're going to be really efficient with those types of things than awesome are you actually looking at the three so funny okay hold on hold on hold on okay shhh an attack has those like ads from around the web adds now terrible and these are some of the worst i have ever seen oh trigger that tractor trickle home on hold on hold on the web canada markets dailure thousands of iphone sevens for only five dollars okay so i i must stop you right there that is a plus and that is not a phone at all pods okay and this guy no i don't remember him i don't remember me i that i can get i cabetican not gasp also this is one of those ones we're like when it's really small like it could look kind of lake looks to your beautiful doing stuff ever does.
"mobile" Discussed on Programming Throwdown
"Our customer base what we consistently heard is that there are products out there there are platforms out there that make many different types of mobile devices available but there are prohibitively expensive nasa's couldn't afford to buy the software on the flip side did say would try to emulators but emulators aren't really real thing so what the end of doing is you know some of our our customers literally have a hundred devices sitting in zip park baggies with their charges in a drawer with a piece of paper you know and next with people checking in a checking out devices and he you never know what's what devices are charged with operating system there running whether they've been swiped cleaner not uh who's really check them out some times they walked off mysteriously uh and so that was just inspiration for us to go to solve that problem for our customers and it's you know it's been embraced by all of them so we're very very excited to see their enthusiasm level and um in as we've done market research throughout the way and done a lot of product market fit we've also realized that there is a great need in the indy development uh world as well with people building apps and meal building response of websites such so whether it be for you know for an indy developer or for you know fortune500 company we think there's need across all those markets cool the other makes sense i mean i think.
"mobile" Discussed on Programming Throwdown
"Screen size are we talking pixel density are we talking you know uh orientation or or resolution because it all that now matters whereas before denton because you can have an app and it shows great on this that level of pixel density but then you go to one of these super hot samsung's that you know hot nope unintended that uh you know have this awesome pixel dinner density and suddenly you're app is threefourths than size on this nice samsung phone that it was on our you know this other older phone so there's a lot more who your right to take into consideration easier development yadav accents cool so soon kind of crew created coporate cope with on what sort of the inspiration for the company i knew he said you it started is kind of an offshoot um sokaiya talk about uh you're your experience so that the inspired you to want to sort of make another represent this is a whole nother company is a whole separate offer yes so um you know as i mentioned i'm one of the founders of cam es technology and we work with i think it's around thirty different software product companies now were they ask us to help them build out in support their their software which often includes a mobile in one consistent problem that we uh you know kept experience experiencing with these customers was how to have access to the right types in the right number of mobile devices and um as as we talked with our.
"mobile" Discussed on Programming Throwdown
"Sixty bard mobile kkob on regular way time for our interview we're here with josh in adam josh weren't you go ahead introduce resolve and tell us a little bit about what could be donnas sure yeah my name is josh lieberman i'm the president one of the founders of a company called came s technology were a seven hundred person a consulting firm and uh as part of our consulting firm will use that as a platform to identify market needs with our clients in and spin out software product companies a kkob time is one of those companies and it's a complete mobile device cloud platform that enables developers assembies and enterprises to really optimized or mobile testing and giving them access to and management up both devices they own internally as well as a uh a mobile device cloud platform that we have as well a one of the keys for everybody in the audience here here's we focused on making kkob thanh affordable such that you know whether you're in indy developer building an app or a large fortune 500 company you can optimize the use of any devices that you own internally and at the same time where you need to flex and try out different devices outside of those that you own have access to our lab as well awesome and then we also have adam adam are you tell us about yourself hey guys name's adam satterfield currently the vp of testing it came as technology i'm also a testing of angeles consultant for kebich on.
"mobile" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Thank you so much for hundreds of alert first for automakers discussed the history against in kenya of how the ten two years ago conclusion was unbound and now they're quite big with banking window with a mobile phones and pay with things on the mobil's token through the evolution of payments in kenya of the last decade or so okay so just like many african countries one of the biggest things that that's happened over the last couple of decades is we've had the entry of mobile phones and the internet at the same time and what that has done to not only the eco system but also the consumer is that the consumer has learned to adopt and also use different elements of technology and a very rapid sense so when you associate the internet in in the first world it's something that you do on your computer it certain services that are customized for the computer and then you have this other world where the entry of the internet and entry of the mobile phone of kind of coincided in so what our everyday consumer considers a normal internet transaction is actually the mobile version of the more advanced systems that were used to on the internet and so what has happened also is that a lot of the developers and a lot of the new users and a lot of the.