35 Burst results for "Mobile Phone"
LG to Stop Making Smartphones After Years of Losses
"The South Korean firm had been looking for a buyer for its phone business. Algae is the third biggest in the U. S, with 10% of all smartphone sales marketplaces, Erica Barris reports. Less than 10. Years ago, L G was one of the top three smart phones out there. But the company has suffered from software and hardware issues such as a foldable phone that fell apart. Algae has had nearly six years of losses. That total around $4.5 billion as losses piled up. LG attempted to sell part of the business, but that fell through. In a statement, The company said its decision to leave the quote incredibly competitive mobile phone sector will allow LG to focus on other areas such as Elektronik vehicle components. Smart home devices and artificial intelligence. What does this mean less competition When it comes to smartphones, it'll further open up the market for Samsung and Apple. Other device makers like Nokia and BlackBerry have also given up making smart phones over the years. America. Barris for Marketplace.
LG is Getting out of the Mobile Phone Business
"Says they're getting out of the mobile phone business. They will be focusing on electric vehicle components and robotics and things of that nature. They said Monday they were losing on mobile phones and expects to be out of that end of the business in July.
South Korea's LG To Exit Loss-Making Mobile Phone Business
"L. G. is getting out of the phone business south Korean electronics maker LG was once the third largest mobile phone maker in the world but it's lost market share to Chinese and other competitors it was still number three in North America according to counterpoint technology market research with a thirteen percent market share but the company's been losing money on its mobile phone business sales rose five percent from a year earlier in the last quarter of twenty twenty but profitability declined so the board approved a shift in strategy to focus on electronic vehicle components robotics artificial intelligence and other products and the company expects to exit the mobile phone business by the end of July I'm Jennifer king
New York Launches Vaccine Status Mobile Phone App
"Status. Officials say the Excelsior past will give people quicker access to gatherings, including sports arenas and large weddings where the state's public health Ruth rules are still in effect, NPR's Brian Mann reports. When Governor Andrew Cuomo gave a briefing this week, He talked a lot about re opening businesses and venues getting the economy going again. But he also gave a warning. We have made tremendous progress, but anyone who says it's over They're wrong. 71 people passed away. There are still thousands of new coronavirus cases confirmed in New York every day and dozens of deaths. The challenge, says Mark Door with the New York State Hospitality and Tourism Association is reopening more places like sports arenas and Broadway theaters when the Corona virus is still lurking. I think confidence is the biggest dilemma I guess to overcome as we head into the busy season confidence and getting people out to travel, so New York State partnered with IBM to create Smart device app that includes a scannable barcode similar to the one used in airline boarding passes. They say it's voluntary. It's free. The download keeps most of your personal information, private. Horses. Business venues can check customers barcodes to find out if they've been vaccinated or tested negative for the Corona virus. Within the last three days, the business will be able to really quickly recognize. At the proper protocols have been followed in order to have a safe entry into the business from the start of the pandemic. Smart devices have been used for contact tracing and public health alerts. Disappears to be the first app in the US that shows this kind of personal corona virus status, though officials in Hawaii or working on a similar vaccine passport, Melissa Fly Shoot, who heads the New York State Restaurant Association. Doesn't think smaller venues like
Global Shortage in Computer Chips 'Reaches Crisis Point'
"A shortage in computer chips has reached a crisis point. this is mark sweeney. The guardian consumers are facing price rises and shortages of products from. Tv's and mobile phones to cars and game consoles as a global shortage in. Semiconductors grows the shortage and ships the brain within every electronic device in the world has been steadily worsening since the last year. Initially the problem was only a temporary delay and so as factories shut down when the coronavirus pandemic i hit however although production is back to normal a new surge in demand driven by changing habits fueled by the pandemic means that. It's not means that it's now reaching a crisis. Point car manufacturers investing in tech heavy electric vehicles the boom in sales of tv's and home computers and the launch of new games consoles and five g enabled mobile phones have have all driven demand even the mighty apple a two trillion dollar company in the world's biggest buyer of semiconductors spending fifty eight fifty eight billion dollars annually and was forced to delay the launch of the much hyped iphone twelve by two months last year due to the shortage last month sony which along with other lawmakers struggled with stock shortages over the last year said it might not hit sales targets for the new. Ps five this year because the semiconductor supply issue microsoft's xbox has said it forecast supply issues continuing at least until the second half of the year. The chip shortage looks looks to persist for some time. Yet it can take up to two years to get complex. Semiconductor production factories up and running and imac manufacturers are in the process of significantly raising prices for the second time in less than a year.
Global Shortage in Semiconductors Increases
"Global shortage in computer chips reaches crisis point. And i really wish that they would just break more into what's actually going on behind the scenes. I get it maybe to some extent. We might not actually know what's going on. But let's hop on into the articles. He what's up. Consumers are facing price rises and shortages of products from. Tv's mobile phones to cars and game consoles as a global shortage in. Semiconductors grows shortage in chips. The brain with an electronic device in the world has been steadily worsening since last year now. Initially the problem was only temporarily in supplies. Factories shut down when the pandemic i hit however although production is back to normal a new surge in demand driven by changing habits fueled by the pandemic means that now is reaching a crisis point car manufacturers investing in tech heavy electric vehicles. Which is okay. I'm just going to make a point to some extent stupid. Gopher hybrid the boom in sales of tv's in home computers launch new game consoles five g. Mobile phones have all driven demand. So we know that demand has been going on an increase to like crazy stupid level that we haven't seen before even a mighty apple a two trillion dollar company in the world's biggest buyer of semiconductors spending fifty eight billion annually was forced to delay the launch of much hyped iphone twelve by two months last year due to the shortage in one of the reasons. Chips are everything says neal camping media in tech analyst at mehrabad. There's a perfect storm of supply and demand factors going on here but basically there is a new level of demand that can't be kept up with everyone is in crisis and it's getting worse for recently canceled shift at two car. Plants and said profits could be hit by up to two point. Five billion year due to chip shortages while nissan is idling output at plants in mexico. Us general motors said they could face a two billion dollar profit hit as well. Meanwhile sony last month along with other console makers has struggled with stock shortages over the last year that it might not hit sales targets for new playstation five this year because of the semiconductor supply issue microsoft's xbox said if forecasts supply issues continuing at least until the second half of the year and then they go on to talk about samsung itself selling fifty six billion dollars of semi conductors to other an consuming thirty. Six billion dollars of them itself finds. It may have to delay the launch of one of its own products as well. They're co chief executive. Who had its mobile business. Unit highlighted a significant issue. Saying there is a serious imbalance in the pecking order of who has Giving the limited supplies of chips so what exactly is going on. While chip shortage looks set to persist for some time yet. It up the two years to get complex semiconductor production factories up and running and manufacturers are in process of significantly raising prices for the second time in less than a year is no sign of supply catching upper demand decreasing while prices are rising across the chain so economically. What does this mean means. Less supply obviously unable to meet demand and prices. Go up because of it. Because that's kind of the only counterbalance that you have to be able to balance everything taken an economics course at the basic level. How things work. So what exactly is going on. It could be that. There aren't enough factories able to produce enough of a supply of semiconductors. One thing i'm wondering though is are there enough materials to be able to construct it. I mean semiconductors aren't really the easiest to make their actually quite complex quite exact in its production of it not to mention you also need to have trained individuals who know how to do it. Do it well Which is a limited supply of as
Tech Giants Cut Commissions It Charges App Developers
"Too big tech companies made a rare concession to developers that do business with them. Operators of mobile phone apps have to pay to get their products seen by customers of apple and google critics say those big tech companies are so powerful. They are like nation states and the charges for mobile phone apps. We're like a tax. Now comes a tax cut apple and google financial supporters of npr which we cover like any companies and here bobby allen reports video game developer derek. More in who runs a company called flow play says. It's daunting to sell his video games for mobile phones. Because apple and google app stores take a big cut in a market where there's a thirty percent fee for just for the platform. This breaks down the pipe to the extent where there's almost nothing left for developers. If you have a smartphone chances are you have to use an app store controlled by apple or google to download stuff. The company say they need to collect a commission on what you buy to support the privacy and security of apps apple and google have defended these fees for more than a decade but now the companies have caved and slash them. You have sort of the reality of this and then you have the optics of this. What mandy nelson of the analytics firm sensory tower means is yes. This is a victory for small app developers who are set to benefit the most but for apple at the end of the day or google at the end of the day. What does is actually meaning to. Their bottom lines is not that substantial. But this was never just about money are coming right in the midst of some serious legal jeopardy for apple and google state and federal. Investigators are probing whether the company's broke the law by allegedly making it hard for rivals to compete with them apple ceo. Tim cook is even scheduled to testify about these fees in a trial next month. So the timing of the fee cuts. That is interesting. Says chris saggers. He's a law. Professor at cleveland state university who studies antitrust issues. I think it probably reflects the sense of the two companies that they're insignificant trouble trouble saker says that extending in all of branch to developers. Right now is not going to do much about. Two firms made an agreement to lower their prices. Only when they're under immense legal pressure doesn't make me think that this market has become competitive that everything is fine more at the sixty two person video game company flow play. Says we'll take it. I would say the really small guys earn ecstatic so much. So that morton says he's gonna make some new moves into mobile video game apps
Epic Games Lawsuit Is Significant for Future of Big Tech Companies
"Sweeties lawsuit. Epic games Lawsuit against Apple is an antitrust lawsuit Anti trust is the part of the law that deals with competition and monopoly power. An antitrust law is a big deal right now because lots of people are worried about the growing size and power of big tech companies. And what happens in Tim Sweeney's lawsuit is going to tell us what the courts are willing or Unwilling to do to some degree about the kind of power that Apple has over its APP store, and that lots of other tech companies have in their own way. Learn more about how this will all work. I called up Eleanor Fox, who has been carefully watching this fortnight Apple lawsuit, But I'm not a faithful watcher of fortnight. Fair enough. Don't ask. Don't ask me about the program. You're not a place you don't have any favorite No favorite fortnight dances or anything, but I like dances, but I don't see the epic stuff. Buddy my eye because it's so related to the heart of what's happening in big tech. Eleanor is a law professor at N Y U and an antitrust expert. We We talked to her a bunch last year when we did a serious on antitrust enforcement. And we were curious. Just what was she watching for in this particular case, and she told me about two key things. That epic is gonna have to prove in court. In order to win this case. Let me say first we're talking about a very particular statute. The law against Monopolization. Okay, so you have one firm and it's in a monopoly position or close to it. Okay, So the first thing the plane just have to prove is what is the market and what percentage of the market does Apple have? So the first thing epic has to prove here is that Apple has a monopoly in this market. But there's a debate over what the market actually is here. Epic games, is arguing that the market in question in their suit. Is the market for APS on the iPhone. Just that, and the only place you could buy APS for the iPhone is on Apple's APP store. It's the only store apple allows, and that Apple is 100% of the market. The only way in is through this bottleneck the exploitative bottleneck. That is controlling us 100% of the market obviously a monopoly. But Apple says, no, no, no. The relevant market here is not just APS for the iPhone. It's the market for APS on all mobile devices. If you don't want to use the apple APP store, don't buy an iPhone by a phone that runs Android. It's hard to get specific numbers, but you'll see estimates that Apple only has anywhere from like 15 to 30% of the entire mobile phone market. So the first question the court has to decide what is the market Is it just iPhone apse 100% monopoly or all mobile APS like 25%, not a monopoly. This question. What is the definition of the market? We're talking about it. It is actually a common question that comes up in antitrust cases. And then if the court decides Apple has monopoly power, then there is a second question. Has Apple done something bad with that power, something that hurts competition and hurts consumers. This question may have broader implications about tech companies and the power that they have, because Apple's APP store is what's known as a two sided market. And a lot of the big tech companies are in two sided markets. And here's what that means. You know, one sided market. You essentially have just one group of customers you are. Let's say a hot dog stand. You buy those hot dogs from the hot dog company, and then you sell them to people who want hot dogs. You're one customer. In the APP store doesn't work that way. Apple isn't buying APS and turning around and selling them. It's it's creating a virtual place where people who make APS and people who want APS confined each other. Then the APP makers in the APP buyers the iPhone users. Those are the two sides of the market. And there was a big, relatively recent Supreme Court case dealing with the weirdness of two sided markets. It was a case against American Express. American Express is in the middle of a two sided market, bringing together customers who want to buy stuff and merchants who want to sell stuff. American Express charges merchants higher fees than other credit cards, and it doesn't let its merchants tell customers. Hey, you know, I could give you a cheaper price if you don't use American Express. Case against American Express argued that those rules are a violation of antitrust law. And here was American Express his defense. Those high fees we collect from merchants on one side of our market. Those pay for all of the things we do for the people on the other side of the market. The people who use our cards. They get perks. They get free flights. They get better stuff. American Express says This is a two sided market. And you can't look at one side and say this harm. To consumer welfare. You have to look at both sides and netted out on if, in the end of tallying up both sides of the market consumers win. Have to be allowed to do this. The court agreed with this argument they found in favor of American Express and in the Apple case filings. You can see that both sides know that they need to make these kinds of arguments. So Tim Sweeney epic is saying. Developers are one side of the market and they are being hurt by having to pay this huge amount of money and the iPhone users the other side of this two sided market. They're also being hurt because costs are being passed on to them. Then on the apple side. The argument is that on the whole, the consumer is benefiting from this. They get a safe, trustworthy app store, and developers are also benefiting from that trust. They want access to the iPhone users because they love their iPhones because Apple has created this safe place. How this case turns out could affect lots of big tech companies
New York assembly approves 'impeachment investigation' into Andrew Cuomo
"After the latest sexual harassment accusations against him. Your CBS is Durica Duncan, a person who the Albany Times Union said has knowledge of the latest claim. Told the paper of female aide to Cuomo alleges he summoned her to the executive mansion to help him with the technical issue involving his mobile phone. The article goes on to say the governor aggressively groped her late last year by reaching under her blouse and fondling her. Governor. Cuomo responded to the new allegations, saying, I have never done anything like this. The details are gut wrenching. The House has passed the first major national gun control legislation and more than two
Myanmar coup: 'We were told to shoot protesters', say police who fled
"For me Amar have talked to the BBC, saying they fled across the border into India. After refusing to carry out the orders of the military, which seized power in a coup last month. In some of the first such interviews outside the country. More than a dozen defectors told us they escaped, fearing that before stew, kill or harm civilians. Security forces in the country accused of killing protesters into democratically elected government was overthrown in February. Are South Asia. Correspondent. Virginia Virgin, Nothin, reports. Way given for quite a while. And Avery, dusty and bumpy road on We've come to a border town. I'm just looking out across The river, the river TL and that he's basically the border between India and Myanmar's. I can see a very colorful washing line with clothes hanging out. Well, that is in Myanmar, where I'm standing right now is in India and he's across this river. That dozens of people in recent weeks have fled the military crackdown in Myanmar. Coming to India for safe passage. It's in a small town along the border. We need two dozen of the policemen and women who are now hiding in India. The group all in their twenties, say they're terrified. They say they ruled it by the military in Myanmar to use violence against their own people. The first time name whose name we've changed to protect his identity is sharing his story, Son. Don't let that happen. The cut as protests were taking place. My boss ordered us to fire at the crowd. I refused to shoot them. I said I'd rather side with the people later I told him I was going to visit my family. That's when I ran away to military is becoming more and more brutal. As we speak named, pulls out his phone to show me photos of the family he left behind a wife and two daughters, 15 years old, the other just six months. Made me Don't make us come on. I'm worried that may not be possible to meet my wife and Children again named in the police officers. We met shared photos of them on duty on their ideas. The BBC is unable to independently verify their stories is pro democracy protests escalate across me and mark Security forces in the country have been accused of killing people. Mobile phone footage shared with US by activists shows protesters dragged to the ground and beaten. Some of the footage is distressing. His 22 year old police constable told me he witnessed brutality firsthand insight in coma coma, Viv went out with the military threatening toe harass peaceful protesters. People were beaten up. I had sleepless nights when I saw innocent people bleeding. My conscience wouldn't permit me to take part in such evil acts. Authorities in the animal have asked India to return any defectors toe up hold friendly relations. Offices. We talked to say they can't go back. Grace his name. We've changed. He's one of two female officers we met who's defected. She said she saw the military use sticks and rubber bullets to round up protesters. And on one occasion, salt tear gas being fired into a group, which included young Children. Once I'm officiating, they wanted us to arrest our friends. If you continue to remain in Myanmar, a life would be in danger. We want peace to come quickly to the country and for the military to be defeated, moving 100. People have now taken refuge here in the mountain, a state of misery arm Since the coup, local politicians say they'll provide temporary help to those arriving from Myanmar. These people flee to this northeastern corner of India. The national government has yet to decide what happens to the next
Creating super-human voice assistants with Nikola Mrki, CEO of PolyAI
"Apple for a while and then you win and create polly ai. What was it specifically the kind of took in that direction. What was it that you enormous in wasn't working either necessarily broadly speaking invoice technology. What was it that you saw wasn't quite right. In what problem did you think you could solve by by creating paula. I absolutely so What i think the challenger creating a horse assisted. Level thrive people through any of these media kardashian mobile phone speaker. Second thing it's different. Hotter product has many uses. The finish quality and other food is very different. People inside cleanable the to clear those the ottawa Negative while we're kind of like you know the future Know say amazon charged enough to have On every two will not when you aggregate fact their fifteen thousand equal working at alexa do actually as long as someone who worked on this before it was as huge as opulent as it is today. You can't help but things have not achieved back much when you know like the few scenarios that he knew any of these technology despite music you know setting larssen timers asking you questions when playing board games navigation of exiting but overall. It's really not that overwhelming. There wasn't hope that this would be the next thing after mobile really. it's kind of growing. It's growing the read. The say laptops grew up in the ninety s and the group right in compound. Interest is miraculous dion here with a laptop. But it's definitely not exploded in the way to save the iphone. Did even though. I think many of these companies that would now you hear these very articulate narrative Directly to shop is enter. Be really materialized when we have a are in vr blindly. Those are all things that will build into insomnia clear where He conditioned from the ecology by co founders through our senior research team. We were all brought up by. Crm's steve is less cambridge professor. Almost one of the guy had species mission for years. Was the leading person. Pushing hidden markov models. We wanted only way. You'd bisbee shirt mission until these learning got an and really as a matter of ernst and they were more efficient methods previously Westchester kangaroos he sold three counties As he you know supple the see that since two thousand six hundred billion dollars bermudian six Missionaries are twenty thirty years. It is impossible for measuring that you can have a sophisticated conversation with us. But see sorta developing formalism the models these errors is waste recovered specials severe to really bring converse in to the understanding. So that you're able to really elevates something we really awesome A few people in the company that there are similar problems leader in the battle management decided save depending on. Both the of the user might have met Sheet metal wall seats available shop inventory or reservation book and so on. Yeah i mean when when when you think about what has been built in where you go. Silence made sure to make progress. The most isolated followed that as scientists Both saw its customers. There's a lot of data. There's a genuine genuine. Consumer eve right at All these fools and interestingly i land look you go into a large People customer experience with people bought line of the cio's and they all really end up on with your yard also. And if you haven't done this before we ever all happened so you are brighter citizens. We were the city when we had a lot of success for us. Few years is really a shame of systems that are incredible airless. Some of the most sophisticated thought An employee narrow the bird. They're not here and talk to you about anything we can talk to you but meeting life but you know you want to book a table and you really or schedule. Data's choosier through the evening. Not after learning must really complex stuff. The the more by the customer service is are actually able to evaluate the systems breath. And how he florida track assistant done and that. The second problem is blake all frustrated. Leave users fears to Speaking we choose our battles but out we're able to perform the most human agents quite often we beyond to be probably won't really into application just until how do mean by outperform humans in in what respect to outperform. So that's your accomplice crush on the on the one hand just reaching characteristics. Aw a support. Asians or human didn't make them popular the audio voice. Speeders your other understand. The user meets all jeering answer. It didn't constraints where it is more narrow occasions where eagles Now when he reforming hugh. If i stayed in my last elections naza were. Wade's speakers Are you paying and quickly. Say that my vote is was that might or bamberg for the for scherzer. God's actually slow surprise a matter of fact but now we're able to mav performed see humans wanting to actual research the school of cool still understand really talk to the salsa just beating the baseline but there are very few most sectors so well we've been there for long enough to receive a very product where they're hundred about it like sizes of all those questions even though the answer because it's more bright they how the answers. They're connected to social system. The answer changes you know media the people because they straightaway. Don't get tired whatever language you need them to use Something's the edged. Change the So there are many hours which museums are falling like. We speak a few languages. You know we don't know the answers. We will startle both codes and in many of these many of these problems we have transactional but really currently functional assistance in place authors.
Updating The Numbers with eMarketer Co-Founder Geoff Ramsey
"Am so pleased to have as my guest. Jeff ramsey the co founder of emarketer and chief evangelist for insider intelligence. Jeff is a veteran of the attic. She'd your stage and we are going to talk on this podcast about the numbers. You should be paying attention to in the year head and the stories behind those numbers but before we get into jets predictions for the rest of twenty twenty one. I wanted to talk about twenty twenty. We saw so much change because of the pandemic and i'm sure that wreaked havoc on your predictions. Jeff well Yeah twenty. Twenty is year a lot of people would like to forget but we can go back and revisit that certainly in a busy year for our forecasters are forecasters busy themselves with excel spreadsheets Calibrating and then recalibrating numbers at a dizzying pace based on new information. That's coming in and certainly during last year we saw a lot of changes particularly with the consumer and So then ensued a ton of revisions to our projections that would normally last for you know at least eight nine ten twelve fourteen months You know we we were. We were spinning our wheels so fast. It's a wonder we didn't come off the tracks Biggest places where you had to revise those numbers Assure i think the biggest area without doubt was the area of e-commerce and we're gonna get into that in a little bit but if if anybody in the audience is thinking to themselves e commerce you think about about that. We'll think about your activity over the last year. And if you haven't done more door dash or grubhub or i'm not going to the store and never mind that. There's you know a massive winter storm that we're now seeing people are jew. Were just afraid to go to malls all this data and statistics were talking about you. Know people were a lot of most people. Were taking this seriously and mask or not. It was more comfortable. Felt more safe to order from home Whether it be on your desktop laptop or your mobile device so i would say the biggest set of numbers are the biggest changes in our set of numbers were in the e commerce space space and where we netted out to give a kind of a tip of the hat to twenty twenty is ecommerce sales grew by something like thirty two percent in twenty twenty versus twenty nine thousand nine due to the lockdown measures in the fact that we are all self isolated and just to put that into perspective If you look at non ecommerce sales that's that's the that's the the that's like the rhinoceros compared to the flea of ecommerce right but if you look at total retail says we're talking somewhere in the order of almost six trillion dollars right if you look at ninety commerce sales. They slipped by negative Three point two percent in two thousand and twenty. They might grow again predicting grogan this year but it actually slipped by over three percent and yet total commerce. Total retail sales grew why because of e-commerce growing a significant thirty two percent. So we some people said that we have Grown e commerce On original predictions something. We've advanced something like two or three years ahead of where we would normally be an and the trains left attracts. The growth rate is gonna go way way down. It's going to continue to grow some bets. That's the biggest change that we've seen. Yes i can. I can validate that anecdotally. In terms of how much ivan purchasing on amazon as well is kind of a lot of new e commerce stores. I was trying out to get you know farm to table food delivery and that kind of thing personally but that that's where my taste lies and you know you're making me hungry. Zony sales are seeing so many sales are moving to online. It makes me wonder you know one. What does that mean for all these digital advertising companies that kind of our that point right before you hit by And as well as how much time people must be spending online consumers platforms before they go on to you now. Consumed their dinner via door dash. Sir you know what that's a really good place it to really dig into because you know if i were say a a number two area where forecasters had to continually busied themselves. With reaching recalibrating. Numbers was in the area of time spent so let me just puts in perspective on that because i think most of us realize having or locked in an apartment or a house we start to go a little bit stir crazy. So what do we look to. We looked to digital activities to you know suck up our time and so a couple of things with these since cove it. Americans have increased the time that they spend with all media cross online and offline by about an hour and five minutes a day. So it's over thirteen hours a day. We're spending with media now. I do need to put a little caveat there thirteen hours you might be thinking. Wow that's a lot of time. And that's that's half the twenty four hours you know that are in a day. But it includes double-counting for multitasking. 'cause i don't think there's any of us on the planet that don't were we're watching. Tv have another device in our hand. We're doing something else right. And because we never know in the second or nanoseconds time where attention is fleeting from one. St the other way that attention actually lies. We have to double count that figure. So if you're spending an hour watching tv and you're on your mobile phone that whole time we have to double count That that our so it becomes two hours if that makes any sense so we're spending an extra hour a day and almost all of that Ghosts to digital so just to give some perspective before cove it we were spending. This is pretty pretty significant amount. We're spending about half a little over half of our day. Six hours and forty nine minutes a day Doing digital stuff alive. It was mobile. was streaming but then we went from six hours forty nine minutes in two thousand nineteen the pandemic hits and we go up by a an hour and a minute to seven hours and fifty minutes a day with digital And we think that digital time is going to continue to increase by twenty twenty two. We'll be spending eight hours a day with digital which was a little frightening for maybe some parents as they think of their kids. Because this is on average and if you think of kids and teens and it's probably way more than eight hours day so as we net out digital time now counts for roughly sixty percent of adults a total daily time spent with media and another area within within digital of course streaming Were all streaming more and when you think of time spent with streaming whether you thinking connected. Tv's court cutting or cord nevers. That's my favorite. Group is like college students who never will never have paid for a traditional pay. Tv subscription. why would they win. Their parents are basically donating their netflix account to their kids And then you got. Ot subscription activities with netflix amazon prime. And so on so. These numbers really shot way past our original pre covid estimates and so where we netted out. Was it in twenty. Twenty one time spent with digital video will have risen by thirty three minutes or over half an hour per day and so now we're spinning If we're looking at digital video time said about two hours and nineteen minutes And that's up from an hour and forty six minutes and twenty nine thousand nine but just a quick reality check. And then i'll let you jump in here. Reality check is that you might be thinking with all this streaming and so on that people are spending on average more time with digital video than they are with linear tv. But that's not quite yet. The case are estimated that traditional. Tv whether you're watching broadcasts abc cbs. Or you're watching a cable. Channel or direct access is is sixty percent of the time we spend with. A video is with traditional tv
Do You Know Who's Listening to Your Podcast?
"Hello everybody welcome. Tucson's profitable podcasts. We have james cridland. Johnny here james. A pod news and is honestly probably the only reason you know about sounds profitable sir james. Thank you so much for being here with us. It's a great player is a great pleasure to be talking twice on your podcast. Because i think i think everybody is just heard. My dulcet tones already. That's true that we have the awesome syndication that comes right before all of this and maybe we can time it so you do a passback between each other. We do that right for next week. But this week we're gonna talk about an article. Wrote back in september with your help entitled you're incorrectly identifying up to fifty percent of your user agents and the focus here was that you discovered that people weren't paying attention to another type of region not just the requests when someone presses play on their podcast app and it sends an asked for the episode but rather the request of the rss feed itself. That can tell us a lot about the device. So i'm gonna pass over to you. Tell us a little bit about the process user agent and how you stumbled onto its value. Yes so to rewind a little bit whenever something connects to something else on the internet sends over header which is a user agent which basically says you know. I'm a computer or a mobile phone but tells you a little bit more about that. So that's a really helpful thing in terms of podcasts to target because you know that Particular listeners listening on android phone or an iphone or whatever it might bay and those sent through on the download to audio and so that's typically what podcast hosts us to show you how people are listening and is typically what people use as well to target but there is another connection of course in the connection is to your rss feed which is a big list of your individual episodes that you have and that also has a user agent attached to it. So one of the problems that i saw when i was starting to do my own podcast stats was that I was seeing an awful lot of connections from a user agent. Called apple corps media. An apple co-mediator is an interesting thing in that it is a library. That apple have written that lots of Podcast apps us to play your podcasts. It's not just used by apple. Podcasts used by loads of other people as well yet. When i was looking at the data all i could see is apple corps media and i couldn't work out whether that was apple podcasts whether that was pocket costs whether that was overcast. Whatever it might be so. I was really curious to see well. Is there any other way. That i can find out exactly what podcast host is actually having a look at this and rss user agents all the way round there. Yeah and so you got rca in her went. When the request came you started a pending a unique value to all the episode downloads based on that. Rss user agent right. Yeah that's exactly how it works. You ask for the pod news. Rss feed it. Takes a look at what the user agent as of that particular. Rss connection and then adds it to the audio request. So it might say from feta or from spotify or from castro or from various other things so you net then no as a podcast hosting company you then know that that piece of audio the reason why that piece of audio is being requested. Is that the rss feed was discovered by that particular app by castro all apple podcasts. Or whatever it might be and so you know whatever the audio user agent is you know that this is castro talking to you all podcast addict or whatever it might be so you end up with far less unknowns in terms of your podcast play information and that say tremendously useful things. I'm taking a look at yesterday's data and yesterday's data is showing me that two hundred and ninety six individual plays that i had yesterday. Were done through apple corps media. And if i hadn't looked at the irs data. As well. i'd be they're going. I literally don't know anything about that apart. From the fact that it's clearly being played on an apple device of some sold literally. Don't know which app is actually playing that so now that i'm able to also connect the rss user agents. It means that. I know all of those and then odal apple podcasts. A wide variety of people that use apple media
T-Mobile has a new 5G wireless plan
"You're obviously going to hear a lot more about five g this year as the major wireless carriers continue to make those networks available to more consumers among them is t mobile which just revealed details on a new plan coming up. Yes indeed yet. T. mobile's announce a new magenta. Max plan which takes place of the magenta plus plan and it will cost about the same that that plan had which was about fifty four dollars per line a month for three line plan but for a limited time you can sign up for a three line plan. That is about forty seven dollars per line per month that includes all taxes fees when you use auto pay now a single line under the magenta mex plan costs eighty dollars but each additional added brings down the overall auto pay costs forty seven dollars under the current promotion and this plan is also available for small businesses can cover up the twelve employees. Now why would you wanna do this. If you already have a plan or on another carrier t mobile says its new unlimited five g and four g premium data plan. That data will not be slowed. No matter how much data you use. Now why would you wanna do that. If you already have a plan or on another carrier t mobile says its new unlimited five g and four g premium data will not be slowed. No matter how much data you use under this new plant competing unlimited plans may temporarily slow data after certain milestones reached. Now with this new plan. You also get more hotspot data forty gigabytes up from twenty gigabytes of the current plan. You get the stream. Four k video and previously hd and several other features including free scam blocking and caller. Id new customers who do not have a five g phone can trade in the current phone and get a new five g. Won t mobile's twenty four month interest. Free plan t will also let customers on other plans bring their five g phone over and pay off up to six hundred and fifty dollars of existing payments for that phone without any switching costs. So can i just say if i hear another service that uses the word plus max to describe itself. I'm probably gonna pull what's left of my hair out. I feel like every single service of late is a plus max. There have to be other words but anyway so we're seeing five g roll out. Obviously how good is it right now. So bread is still far from being available everywhere. Here in northern. Virginia i get five g connectivity on on the verizon iphone have and also on the samsung t mobile phone i use but around the us t mobile currently covers more than two hundred and eighty million americans with its five g network but just more than one hundred million with the super fast speeds that get you to the three hundred gigabytes per second range now in comparison with traditional phones. Use four g lt. You're lucky to get fifty megabits per second. Now t mobile said it plans to reach two hundred million this year with the super fast speeds in recent tests run by open signal from for the month of january t mobile users connected to five g. Almost one third of the time thirty percent eighteen five g users connected eighteen percent of the time and verizon connected nine point five percent now. These are all improvements for the month of january according open signal. What's tests five g around the country. The good news is that typically t. mobile's actions lead to movement by the competition so all consumers might be seen better deals and kind of in the days ahead. I'll
Authorities arrest SIM swapping gang that targeted celebrities
"Sims wapping gang targeting celebrities arrested eight men were arrested by the uk national crime agency in the past week across england and scotland as part of a coordinated. Crackdown against the group. The group targeted well known sports stars musicians and influencers tricking mobile phone operators to change the victim's phone number to a new sim they controlled resetting passwords and bypassing two factor authentication on accounts. Europol said the gangsta more than one hundred million dollars worth of crypto currency using the method
Myanmar's ousted leader charged after military coup
"In Myanmar, the military is prosecuting the country's civilian leader, Aung Song Sushi. This development comes just two days after soldiers ousted the democratically elected government in a coup. Plunging me and mar into turmoil. The charges against on songs uchi are obscure, but she could be banned from holding political office ever again. The BBC's Jonathan head is with us now on Skype in Bangkok and Jonathan tell us more about this charge on songs who'd she accused of illegally importing walkie talkies? Well, I mean, she's been the head of state for the last five years. She has a very significant security detail. This isn't her home in the capital, Never doors where she lives. When she's in government. It's a very absurd charge. Everybody in Yemen will see this for what it is, which is a transparently cynical maneuver. By the military to disqualify her from office. This is their big challenge. You've got to remember they have bean Badly with this woman for more than 30 years, trying to neutralize her as a political opponent, and they failed every time every election on San Souci has contested and remember, she contested her first election way back in 1990. She won with a massive majority. And they need to find some way. If they're going to hold an election again, and they're promising people they will eventually of getting her out of the picture. Because her popularity remains undimmed inside Myanmar. The election, her party one last November was largely a result of her personal popularity. It would seem almost laughable, wouldn't it if it weren't so serious? These charges that he's facing that she could spend three years in prison if she's convicted. Have we heard from her? Do we know where she is at this point? Neither she nor the president who was her ally have been heard from, and I think there's a lot of worry about just how hard line this military hunter is going to be in the history of Myanmar has been very unhappy. The military has been both brutal, repressive. Very isolationist, a swell in the past. It's a different age. Now. Of course, you know, younger Burmese have known 10. Years of freedom on Dave got these days. Social media when I used to go into Myanmar 20 years ago. But it was firmly under military rule. There were no mobile phones at all. There were barely any phones. There was no Internet s O in a different age. It might be much harder for the military to impose on a very angry country. People who mostly voted for insensitivity on the military. Has any given itself one year so far of emergency rule to try and fix things so that its own party can do better in elections, and that was the grievance that started this group. They're saying that you know there must have been cheating because the military's party did disastrously badly in last November's election. Well, Jonathan, you say the military plans to do this for one year, but could that be a cover for something that ends up being much, much longer term? Nobody's gonna bet it's just one year when they remember what happened in 1990. The military held an election, then a much younger and sense. Uchi ran shops them by winning and they talked then about restoring democracy, and it took more than 20 years before Myanmar moved back to elected governments. Think don't think anybody could bear to consider that they might do that again, but it's a very different era. Now. I think the military for all they have a very xenophobic mindset that's often very hard for outsiders to fathom, are probably pragmatic enough to know they can't repeat what they did in the past. It's not clear whether they gotta clear game plan on us. You know whether they really believe they can hold an election in the year to some degree, you know they're making it up as they go along, You said the people of Myanmar are angry. Is there a possibility that they could apply any pressure to the military? Would that just be incredibly dangerous? I mean, what kind of power to the people of Myanmar have that's going to be interesting test. People in Yemen ovary well that in the past When people have come out on the streets, and it was only ever a moments of acute economic distress. They did it. The military basically shot them down in very large numbers. This military is brutal. Even by the standards of brutal militaries around the world. They will kill people and people know it. What was seen in the beginning is people using social media calling for campaigns on social media. We've seen doctors starting some kind of a boycott, not wanting to work with the military authorities. It's been a real shock this coup. I don't think many people saw it coming, and not many people believe that the military will be so brazen. After such a stunning election victory, for instance, Uchi said, people have got to work out what they'll do. But in the end, you know the military started the transition to democracy more than a decade ago because they recognize that the country was in a disastrous state. Under 50 years of military rule. Those same military guys have just launched this coup. They've got to figure out a way back to some kind off. Normal elected government is just not clear. How they could do that, while retaining their own kind of monopoly on power, which they seem to want to do. The BBC's Jonathan head in Bangkok, Jonathan, Thank you, thank you.
Collecting and Processing Metrics for Monitoring Use Cases With Chronosphere
"My co founder martin in terms of the challenges that are inherent to monitoring. I know that there are a lot of usage patterns that are unique to metrics and log data. That aren't necessarily represented in other types of data use cases. I'm wondering if you can just talk about some of the complexities that arise. Because of the ways that monitoring information is used in the patterns around that and how the advent of cloud native environments and workflows complicates things further. I think that basically when you talk about like storing data and the amount of information that you store a lot of people tend to think perhaps i-it-it's massive scale. Perhaps you're like exploring. The data collected by lighter on his self driving car. Is matt cement wall. The use cases can be lodged in individual deployments not at the scale of how much an individual computer in your laptop from mid information about it in a very high frequency nature. Your mobile phone is running hundreds of processes and sending tons of danger to the internet every second and it tends to be actually like outside of these use cases that we thinking are on the verge of light coaching lodge volumes of data for us to collect analyze while that is true suffering itself is probably the leading us case for by constructing information about how it's running and then the volume that is at is ten feet one of the highest volumes of information recording that we're seeing in the real world at least gently to learn greens Defeat level of scale and granularity. Which is kind of can be collected that and it looked at massive and started as you mentioned. How do we even hanis. That is is often difficult. There's seventy intangible things about software a you kind of have to limit your skype to know. What kind of things do i want to actually pull out of this. Infinite data that could be generated about a piece of software running on a device somewhere and yet today we extract three main kinds of data which is log like later. Sorry something that you as navigation developer rush to capture about in the bench. Your program did look later metrics which is more like a signal that could be kind of omitted from your program in a more type. Saif way i would say really gonna choose a type of metric and then you've got to choose the different specific dimensions that you want to be able to pivot on that metric. It's kind of free fall in the logs. But then by the very nature of you having to think about what that metric is to expose it can be more meaningful to you as someone when kind of like looking at metro dead dander because you already put in the thought to describe what you're measuring with metrics and then tracing is very interesting kind of compound view of both that event data. That's kinda happening through your system but then tied back to an actual individual components that performing it and then being able to visualize the events for a given kind of request or a given kind of flow of a user using your system has crosses the different component boundaries in the cloud native while we think of much of the time boundaries are bits of code executing different micra services. Oh back end services. And that's kind of where the component is thought to be captured at the granularity of an event being executed to a partner by Tracing also used obviously on a mobile device on a move all device to look at you know. I called plex pace of ios or javer sufferers. Running on your android or iphone device as well because you have many code libraries. Obviously that nicole into from your application and then obviously the operating system is doing things to tracing as kind of a way of like looking at a coal diagram across competitive boundaries and as compared to boundaries
PlayStation Files Patent For Technology That Lets Spectators Mess With You in VR
"Playstation has filed a patent for technology that lets audience members participate in virtual reality content making decisions for the active player. Or you know just messing with them. The patent was filed in october of two thousand twenty but was recently published. You can find the front you can find the front page with a useful illustration of the technology inaction on the us patent and trademark office website depends copy talks about how audience members will be able to participate in games while another user is immersed within virtual reality. They will be able to make decisions for the player via spectator devices. Probably mobile phones in a manner similar to playstations play link technology used in games like an agenda and that's you in the provided example. We can see one user inside a virtual reality while four friends are on the sofa behind them on the screen visible to the audience voting prompt which allows them to pick between a sword. A monster or a soup ladle. This choice is registered on the spectators devices and then sent to the player inside a virtual reality who sees the prompt quote spectators have given you a soup way both
"mobile phone" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The wcbm mobile phone out to text in the show we'd love hearing from year on the program all right executive producer is joe hozni lamar armacost jio a great way to start the day white house conservatives said late yesterday that there is not enough republican support for the republican plan to prevent a government shutdown after both sides of the aisle locked horns on items like the border wall and daca congressman mark meadows the leader of the house freedom caucus emerged of me a meeting to say this the general consensus tonight ways that there is not support for the current leadership plan as proposed again uh they wanna shortterm bill keeping federal agencies open to contain added money for the military and again a meadows basically told the luckily once this but you know sometimes you get a do what you have to do i think no one wants to shut down i think i none of us myself included wants to shut down the government especially in yesterday over the white house sarah huckabee sanders talked about how the dhaka deal seems to be driving all of that we certainly don't want the government to shut down but we still like to see a budget deal that is a twoyear budget deal that has a clean budget deal given up on that and we hope that democrats will not hold our government hostage the president tweeted out the democrats want to shut down the government over amnesty for all and border security the biggest loser will be are rapidly rebuilding military and a time we needed more than ever we need a merit based system of migration and we needed now no more dangerous lottery and typically the republicans always get the blame because you give the democrats out there with you know you want to shut down the government your racist you know that's all the got that it's all they have left and you'll hear that later on this morning cory booker others it keeps working well to some extent it but we do watch the president so supporting the block community has doubled since the election time for the unemployment rate in the black community has dropped the lowest since it's been unknown in decades so there are signs again these are baby steps.
"mobile phone" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"Mobile phone or any other uh other devices i mean what's the we can make sure we have every once in a participating in this movement worker can and parker to cook or conclusions crossed from uh we have to drink uh the first two is when you take uh an enormous amount of power and you know let's let's call it what it is democratising silence is unleash new an enormous amount of power it not only peaking pentup demand none of them will reverse when i quit you uh you know in terms of who had access to capital and who could have there's hospital he carded but when we also could get out of the hands of government which is frankly with some of these financial systems are now doing uh yes there's enormous power were getting enormous power to people who didn't have it but there is a price of government regulation obviously this some shots yes it introduces friction but it also introduces us and carts many of the new financial systems you don't have to safeguards and their enormously powerful uh i'd like to give you the example of a furious and i don't know how much of a syrian it's a class for uh that basically enables block being cleaned it uh and bullpen talk team cheapest uh you know investment essentially mm the trend has been ways it recently from initial public offerings in order to finance a company she was the cool initial coin offerings that any she totally disconnected but uh essentially kissed imagine and an icao initial play offering each point is essentially a shirt stock so now you know if you have a company uh and if you can trust this interest you town uh issue is sort of an ipo at icao for really any amount.
"mobile phone" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"It could become what it is until it really for me it was that moment when we launched our first software and we started seeing people responding to and that need for it and then then understanding of not just from a a market share but just from a community of people that wanted to make stuff there was a great opportunity for that and and in the advent of like the mobile phone that's been things change because then everybody can take talk like photos not just the professional or not just the person who has lots of money to develop film but and for me that's going to be i'm really interesting is when we started working on her mobile laugh and kid in malaysia can take photo just as much as someone here code and really democratized things and a lot of ways we don't use those companies every used to go back to steve jobs that when i was growing up everything pretty brilliant beetles now everything goes back the statue got edwin land like it's actually better react there that's you know someone the history of polarizing instant really resonates a lot i think with what what we're doing now know we're working to not having the same outcome on that end but i think a lot of that inspiration doing things from school around kind of events come back so i think that's for me personally steve jobs is part of my childhood and you know really a lot of what i have grown up with but i always knew one of his inspirations was able to land and so it's kind of really to steady him in and what drove him minimum argue with him will agree on both of those guys we're here to inspire informing connected.
"mobile phone" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Bradley trainer new and these are you're crazy stupidity its will then against one could say pets a crazy stupidity it bradley present c as i did stands for crazy stupid any its it sure does y well because world's voted phrases stupid maybe it's dhabi people doing done things repeatedly over and over again oftentimes in the state of florida uh we're going international new we are going to top we're going to china and i wanna tell you about who a big fire that happened today at a hook of manufacturing company in china rights we don't know how the fire started but that doesn't even matter all we do know is this there were some people onlookers this is a gigantic fire i don't know like how many alarms but it looks like a five alarm if there is such a thing fire i'm i mean it's huge you can see the fire in the flames billowing out of the building and this is according to video that was taken by onlookers what you also see is one of the employees of the hook of manufacturing company running back into the building and then emerging with his cell phone oh he ran into a burning building to save his best friend no i mean i concur an animal if no kind of my best friend on my gosh you can get a new one you do not need to sacrifice life and limb for your mobile phone there's a cloud that's true it works out just fine he having he comes out of the fire they he's engulfed in flames his clothing is burned to a crisp he's luckily alive if you leave following a man a crazy stupidity of the poor man is burnt now i mean hidden he suffered an no he doesn't have any his clothing is burns how he didn't aged and burnt him i mean he probably that small burns he's not like i mean it's he's not hospitalized he's like walking around with his cell phone probably calling his wife to tell her i'm fine i just ran into phone gotten a cell phone he would have been able to caller and tell her that he hit a lot of don't sell your home or way you know he could you sees a friend's phone i mean luckily somebody was there at the ready with a fire.
"mobile phone" Discussed on Techstination
"Takes the nation you're destination for get you ten gear it fission who knack has greeted the first hearing aid with our universal direct mobile phone connection behind day obt direct is small comfortable and very versatile it appears with any cell phone and with your tv through connector hub if can make a huge difference lifechanging for many who max dr christine jones says an app let you control how much ambient sound you here while you're listening does sometimes i wanna be fully ameris and he had our quality out so i want to feel the effects and i want to hear the richness of music and then i can have a very tall focused other times i want to sit around and chat with somebody a discount to monitor the tv listening for a news story or something in the background more info and even an online hearing test a p h a n e kcom you can find ustext the nationcom i'm for fish can now this we've been telling you about the great products and great people at sea crane for years and the lineup just keeps getting better who see see wifi radio was a personal favorite that let you tune in to radio stations from all around the world via the internet more than sixteen thousand at all when the weather turns nasty the c c lantern will light the way with led bulbs n never run out of power you can charge it up for many usb source or the twelve old suck at your car or you can simply grabbed the hand crank on top and wind need an even more powerful solution the c c led spot xb runs on standard batteries and puts out nearly the equivalent of a one hundred one.
"mobile phone" Discussed on Triangulation
"Consider myself capable of defending my own data without the help of code unique code fight code and so uh we built be safe with that premise we have to build a security system called days and endpoint security bays providing to provide people with his vita proposition of privacy insecurity 247 on your phone in in a cloud uh that would allow you to stay safe with your digital identity with your social networks with your email with your shopping on your phone with your location data whatever happens to be you need protection for the data and more importantly any to not have to constantly worry about whether something that somebody in share with you is an infection or joke if it's a funny taxed link uh a real promotion and a discount coupon or if it's an attack this guy's as a legitimate business as just going to take over your phone in factored the your your hardwaresoftware takeover your data and the rest is history so uh we built this business with the idea of really providing true security and privacy to endusers own mobile phones and stunning from the ground up we felt like brazil was ideal as a a building area and building place for many reasons and not just the fact that he was a the industry was nascent the internet on mobility now mobile phone smartphones was growing at the time in 2010 was starting to grow in brazil uh and the user bays was new to the internet so in us who have had this experience of people going from desktops to laptops some people have tablets but a lot of people went from desktops and laptops and eventually got to mobile form donna brazile the fascinating shift was at people were going straight to a mobile phone right the first touch the first experience that consumers were having with internet it was through a smartphone and so they didn't even have the whole contact store or call it baggage.
"mobile phone" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"A becoming thousand thousand smets well the adventure of one of the world's first sex robots a claims he's not far we've being able to have a baby with one of his sergio sat us you know what people are getting married to their automatic lovers within a generation to create a child with this robot would be extremely simple i would make of algorithm of what i personally believe about these concepts the shuffle lueth work shoes six mmhmm then three d three d printed a robot child i don't see any complications no no i'll be fine but but he says that he's right that it will open sooner or later it will open up ethical questions about our rights as a sex robot child uh that's sort of somebody does that the fireandbrimstone begins to rain down let us i mean look a few years ago according to sergio he reminds us that few years ago mobile phones were see this not essential now we kept virtual without them i actually i do quite well without a mobile phone crime i do know you that do the people around a ignore my mobile phone people around you dealt though well that's their problem but it it is a big problem i really the does really does know it's does really doesn't i don't really care about by mobile phone and being a slave to it every minute hope every day i could do it i'm not going to do it.
"mobile phone" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Of financial conduct authorities getting worried about the amount of money young people borrowing ghulam ariza economics editor and you've been talking to the boss of the financial conduct off thirty komo was you want it well john there's lots of evidence that young people in particular routes eighteen to forty yearolds are using borrowing to make ends meet i mean if you think about the kind of marketing boring at the moment you've got a supplyside were borrowing his is historically cheap and also easy a couple of swipes on your mobile phone and you can borrow money it's a relatively simple process and at the same time you have high levels of demand the young people in particular are suffering income squeeze they're often often as well in jobs where wages are erratic zero aisles contracts the gig economy their wages can go up into i am quite quickly week by week and also they're facing the high cost of living that many people are facing that income squeeze that we've been talking about john many times prices are rising faster than incomes needs to things are coming together meaning that young people i think are finding themselves much more generally in problems of servicing those debts and sometimes as a degree of financial illiteracy maybe too strong a word lack of financial information people don't really understand that if you borrow money paying it back at these high cost race if you using payday loans for example means you'll pay far more money and although the amounts can seem small they very quickly well that's what i was going to us ask you about because.
"mobile phone" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"With so many new players and banks coming along looking at partnerships and and their platform strategy like what advice you give how do you how do you manage that yes i am know are true platform and that we've always provide a clear ap eyes so we have about six hundred said a fight apps and you know these numbers are crazy like 40000 developers now can eaten two zero platforms a lot of small businesses doing bespoke integrations the platform was that can build really nice would fly systems using all sorts of scripting tolls almonds like that well we founders these partnering things take a long time and you've got to entrust and as anyone in the banking same when are the best way to soda one bankers to sold one down the road but i think what happens is that banks from a really tough time they have increased regulation they need to deal with the volga core system dri riots and yet got custom is now ustr eps updating on their mobile phone every month so they want the latest latest latest and what we find is there is normally nh market 102 banks where the timing works out and now we are path find a bank that we can work with and we'll start establishing as a new services and typically in the early days of becoming services that tend to be common across the market but getting that first or second bank moving means that everybody as a tie that raises all boats and we see those as some common services what super exciting is when you start working with banks on things that i specialize unwilling be franchises or international trade they'll be some things that we can do.
"mobile phone" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Uh all handheld mobile phone usage will it works when a vehicle stationary people are around four in ten people say they took a look i want to go and it's very frank and claim um but of course and play the czech text demo for meter when the tanks ran track or uh you could be missing a cyclist liquidation walking in front of you but at least go through a coming to actually hold up who up with whoever he didn't know where what's going on around it do you think we need some kind of shifting conscious is he i mean i lived through the 1970s also driving then but i lived through that in plus which has to look to the 1980s but in the 1970s there was a very very concerted attempt to make people change their behavior and drink driving some very hard hitting adverts than some court kind of graphic adverts and then they became effects socially unacceptable to be seen as a drink driver and i wonder why we need that similar schiff now about mobile phone use there's a something we've been calling for we can oppose it needs to happen of course uh noted recycling we how converted highprofile we parking campaigns from the government uh and i guess we're happy really how bad i would come i go find situation uh to to kind of the clash situation recliners over them to me up his cell phone source of campaign could be smart uk where we're asking people to make a personal pledge to not have come i welcome who else has to go to by the national police chiefs council individual forces uh uh i am very smart uh the light can we were trying to get behind it and then we're all she wants people have made that pledge to actually them shah showed on social media and twenty other people do the same because at the end of the day you have to play personal responsibility reaction we can have all the correct riyadh would the talents rely in terms of going away your license a coors but of course there are theoretically so is dry she's how she route thirty percent decline in the number of god dedicated please help it is in brockton years we now have just ever to an optout mobilize cooks to destroy.
"mobile phone" Discussed on Outliers
"So the temple of the mobile phone and the b b our bodies at the center of the living these kids are vetting at lord's and all of that in the buying from one nine uh uh platforms and they're being on gash but they have these diddly sender's van these goods in goods are getting delivered would luiz into which would be about ten to twenty kilometers away from your village jordan and they're going to buy can they collect all of that so you're trying to figure out what it what are they doing habits do they like sauckel what interesting insight we found was that there's a mess of falling in this country vigorously the surprised us and uh and outside of cricket in of markets wrestling was the number two most sort of followed plo spor which doesn't even exist here so so that in india as a complicated country but it also makes it that much will fascinating for you do for sudanese customer segments and while four perhaps services goods to be able to get a little danny dental it's not just the probe of the who had been if you stick to that it isn't as wiberg this where i'm going to stick with you one hit that scary of the other insight i wanted from you as you she has a lot of entrepreneurs allowed looking at the into fictional taken done it within detainment than thinking of new white yo the be new business.
"mobile phone" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The show using a mobile phone i like to go on the record five now want the earth to blow up good friday morning to you you don't get to work cylinder replaced with silimo punctual guy suck no i mean that is a compliment i was at rocket let rackets i'm in my office and i heard a rough sea to describe killed sean brought to you by perry hall heating and air conditioning tall hortense him by to 85 schedule an appointment today the rise in shy this is property also said he wcbm breaking news we are sean it now broadcasting fifth year waterboard with the friday freefrall august the eighteen thousand and seventeen coming up at the show today isis targets spain tawny statue removed overnight elected officials are really to intestinal fortitude not they potus defending the monuments governor hogan luxury the president we've got a up abraham lincoln boss that has been torched democrats are getting impeachment fever the california bill has been introduced you could spend one year in jail if you use the wrong pronoun a mississippi democrat calling for the president's assassination she should resign immediately and only one democrat thanks up so far judges ruled against the irs the tea party case will tell the other radical goals of anti fought have and the vinyl left have been uncovered in steve bannon tie i'm up in the white house a bob corker the senator from tennessee dissing the president another senator from congressman rather from tennessee andrew introducing articles of impeachment now we've got to ted nugent on kid rock al gore's advice to the president arnold schwarzenegger has been heard from and kevin durant saying he won't go to the white house all is more including your calls and comments 410 wcbm six eighty one eight hundred wcbm six eighty am6 eighty wcbmcom that's the emailed want to join us here this morning where you can text into.
"mobile phone" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Among them i think a lot of righteous have that not just instinct for story but um a fearlessness in the face of you know i want i want to do this admit say'many writers who um one more in a one one to look for themselves and so i just started thumbs unit didn't have a mobile phone us of a dating men i i knew that the minute eits set myself up for these adventures in encounters that i was taking notes so the writer instinct was hand in hand with the woman who was also ridi interested in exploring my sexuality i you know two things are happening at the same time for a long time for a year or two this lots of elements to this but is that kind of sixty think sometimes it can be a a former self abuse when you have got to the point where you off unhappy you searching for something and although sex obviousy a joyous and wonderful thing in in later let's sometimes that kind of constant certain new partners could that be seen it's kind of selfflagellation note self i think wallace's just opens up such a y as such an interesting as a really interesting question because something like tinder um all sorts of fetish sites all sorts of when people just you sacks without love to connect and if you do a lot it can lead to an addiction without question of it out i think so and then it can distorts intersex can just become sex.
"mobile phone" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech
"Um yet depends where the campervan is because if you call a reliable sell signal um so your mobile phone can act as a hot spots or you get a an internet rusa which takes us a assim caught in it and some of them do that much trade tech make great ones that do that for example um uh t r o comes patio ray whyte t k account at this time an icon spoke dre um so if you've got a decent decent wifi signals signal sort of different said the the signal and you have enough patron you'll plan than that's it that's a great way to do it otherwise you know you econ generate a wifi out nothing you either going to have to have the internet plumbed in which doesn't sound very likely face a camper van or you can have to have another way of getting that dates once he comes in in the form of a sort of forty six young date flow for example then you will follow north or a specialist device can act as a a wifi hotspots and by the way that is what a lotta people to for example they have a phone with its own data plan on it and they have that say a tablet and they don't want to pay for a second seminar second date plan um so so they they they had the two together said the the um the tablet access is wifi generated by the my ball five two one bible phone becomes a hot spots and then you know up to six right devices typically can can access the internet at the same time but it's not magic you need to have a way to get this th th the day to remain in the first bite before we disseminate to as a wifi signal brilliant uh ryan chelsea we've already answered your question living took him out vp ends just now so that assorted that one out everything has kids much isn't it everything comes round i find everything tilt for long enough avenge every ounce of peoples he have done i've done everything.
"mobile phone" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"And will will on your mobile phone grit hogs so the content was bad the pros was bad and i realize when i read them i felt bad because i was only seeing all of the negativity of which there you know there's plenty of that from my teenage years i didn't write about like the really good bill with cream cheese i have for breakfast that morning it was just all bad stops at made me feel terrible and whereas keeping my book of books and writing down what i'd read made me feel good because the diaries contained everything i wanted to forget and the books contained what i wanted to remember it was kind of like we're i was where i wanted to be when all that other bad stuff is going on you look back see number eighty seven in whatever whatever that bookies does that instantly trigger for you that time that place just by title yes what a dozen trigger and this is sad um it doesn't tell me like what exactly was in that book then i lose all of that you know and and to the other reason i started this journal was 'cause i do have a terrible memory and i forget what i've read same thing with moody's i can watch like 45 minutes of a movie before i realised that like i'd cnet not only had had seen at me bad even seen it twice and so i i wanted to remember what i'd read but what i do remember when i look back is actually remember the life around at paradoxically so i remember i remember the book cover remember where i bought it i remember why i bought it i remember why i turned to that book at that moment um and then i look at the book sort of surrounding in an either and i'm like oh yeah i read catch 22 because right before that i read slaughterhouse five and i was kind of in the mood and then after that i read this.
"mobile phone" Discussed on The Changelog
"A in in iot devices okay the the ghost of the mobile phone is in out he devices microsoft i had a look it up now sherlock holmes brother we when you said that i thought that sounds like a thing i know about epa uh give name their microsoft a out a and check that out or stuff okay so shift in strategy uh lots of alert things learned a taste guts the to to kill your maybe as i tell him that now debated your babies clear babies it it does take guts because you were saying everywhere phone it means everywhere and i guess the next best thing would be to devices reich is that kind of is what to some degree with a mobile phone is but not really it's a it's an emerging for sure yeah yeah i mean you guys are geeked about you have all sorts of devices around your house i i challenge you a lot more device than phones m a lot more devices in phones that's right and some devices have probably been around for a few years and they're not getting updates in our if you want to have some fun go home open up a lennox terminal and stu in map dashdasha fingerprint os your entire network and in map will do will will run a a series of heuristic and try to guess the operating system and colonel that's running on all those devices and you're gonna find a whole bunch of unmaintained lennox to four lennox to six ten 15yearold colonels on devices you didn't even know was running and operating system much less the lennox based operatives and k r that's the problem were trying to solve with ably to corps when two core being r o s for embedded devices.
"mobile phone" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Uh yeah while the raised as lots of his a costume contest for humans there's a costume contest for pets and lots of family friendly activities only in america wonderful stuff bill can i turn the tables and challenge you with an event this week today this very sunday it's some sort of digital switchoff day were urged to put down or mobile phones tablets computers and see how we cope living like you an analogue style with needs for the market weekly dr for the rest of the day i could do that and thomas someone who's never kind of went on any social media whatsoever i'm proud of who stores a fax machine at home at hater a pager on his belt how do you how do you to now he kind of like put away the i've wanted below them annoy must say it is i think it's a very very good idea and i have a strict no screens before bedtime policy my sleep much better i think like a look i think i woke up in the far blessed law i think when it says when the when the weather is his pleasurable as it is now it's very easy because he just pick finding debate and uniform looking around in the fields zolda sun somewhere emily do find that you know when you leave your mobile phone a home for a while inadvertently you you tend to have a better time i mean literally is truly other little period of kind of obama got like phantom limb syndrome but then he sexually it's a bit liberate and i think it's very liberating and we now know the ons to the question of where are you going billy he's going for an often frolic strict cam look should we send him on his way bill anything else or is that it.