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UK abandons contact-tracing app for Apple and Google model

Mac OS Ken

02:22 min | 3 months ago

UK abandons contact-tracing app for Apple and Google model

"Got Surprising message on twitter on Thursday. Dez said he had just listened to Thursday's Moco West Ken, the one that had me talking about the tiny number of smallest countries that had gone with the Apple Google Api for contact, tracing APPs as well as the problems. Australia had had going a different way. Dez had just listened to that show when he saw this headline from the BBC. UK virus tracing APP switches to Apple Google model. Again maybe not. I? Mean that is what the headline says. But for lines in the article says the government now intends to launch a nap in the autumn. However, it says the product may not involve contact tracing at that point instead, the software may be limited to enabling users to report their symptoms and order a-tast. Baroness Daito harding who heads up the wider test and tracing program will only give the green light to actually deploying the Apple Google technology if she judges it to be fit for purpose, which he does not believe is the case at present. It is possible. This may never happen. The report says tests run with iphone could not tell the difference between contacts who are three feet away versus contacts who are nine feet away. It also says that the at the U K had been testing was good at that distance thing, but battered iphone since apple won't let them under the hood. and. They're still kind of cross about that. Quoting the beep at a downing, street briefing Health Secretary Matt Hancock suggested the original plan might have worked. Had it not been for Apple's restrictions on Third Party APPS use a bluetooth. Apple? Software prevents iphones being used effectively for contact tracing unless you're using apple's own technology. He said our APP won't work. Because Apple won't change that system and their APP can't measure distance well enough to a standard that we are satisfied with. What matters is what works? What works will save lives? So the UK will use the Apple Google API or it won't. And thanks again. For the head top on that report.

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"moco" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"moco" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

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Netanyahu fights for a fifth term in office

FT World Weekly

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Netanyahu fights for a fifth term in office

"Today. We're looking at the Israeli election and joining me on the line from Tel Aviv is correspondent there Malhotra vast Uva and in studio Middle East editor Andrew England metal first of all were about a week away from polling. It's a lively time, isn't it? Because Benjamin Netanyahu was in Washington receiving kind of benediction from Donald Trump, and then had to return suddenly to Israel, can you summarize what's been happening in the last week or so there's been a very exciting last week or so for one looks like one of the most exciting is really election than a long time. Nothing. Yahoo is neck and neck with a brand new party to doom exist more than a month ago called the blue and white party and for him to hold onto his right-wing bays mission with an Yahoo has to emphasize his security credentials and his connection with the White House and the last three or four days we're supposed to be just that supposed to be a victory lap. He was going to go to the White House. He was going to be greeted by his friend. President Donald Trump, and he would receive a document that says Americans recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. Something the right-wing here has wanted for a long time. But just as he landed in the US and just as the global victory lap as you may call it began an attack from the HAMAS-controlled on plea with Gaza through all the plans into disarray. He decided to cut his trip short and come back here. So he can lead. Whatever response is really government comes up with to the sudden esscalation from unprovoked rockets from Gaza, and so we've had a week of almost complete chaos and a lack of direction from the two leading candidates. But in a sense, obviously hard to gate how these things play. But if the prime minister Netanyahu is relying on the security card doesn't attack from HAMAs possibly help him you'd think so except Gaza has proven to be the prime minister's achilles heel for the last year or so instead of being able to push for a longer. Term ceasefire something called a food snob by HAMAs. He has been looking for the short opportunity to kick the can down the road through concessions that are granted do HAMAs in order to stop protests to stop these haphazard rocket attacks or to hold back any of these so-called terror balloons, where young men in Gaza are attaching multiple cocktails, basically, the bottom of balloons and letting them fly into Israeli territory. So it's turned into a bit of a successful blackmail on the side of HAMAs. An achilles heel for Netanyahu and a reminder two weeks right before elections that he's not able to bring the kind of calm that he promises he'll bring. He's not exactly looking really good for him. And Andrew, of course, the other background is that he goes into this election with this corruption probe and deep potential prosecution hanging over his head. Yeah. That's correct. He would be the first sitting prime minister to be indicted. If the attorney general to the it we should say, whilst the attorney general has announced his intention to indict him, the prime minister still has the right to appeal. Appeal that sort of a pay before a hearing and argue against him being indicted, but it is just quite a lot of uncertainty. The closest the race was unexpected a few months ago, the fatten that Netanyahu could be indicted. And then if he does manage to succeed and full Moco, listen off the election and retain the prime ministership, then they'll be a period of uncertainty as the legal process plays out. So I think it kind of ended period of uncharted territory for Israel in terms of the politics will be promised. You haven't seen for decayed, and my whole is it your impression that the corruption allegations have damaged him. I think that what has happened over here is that when the crops in ligations were first aired two years ago. There was a possibility that you'd see a large amount of votes shifts, simply because of the allegations that evidence that came out, but in the last two or three years, prime minister has marshalled is very loyal base into a judiciary versus a right-wing argument that has made especially in terms of voting patterns the announcement of this intention to indict him have Velu Iliffe. On how his base will vote. But it's create an opportunity for the opposition to say, well, look, it's time to change horses. This is our chance to bring in a fresh slate. And it's energized them in a way that they were not so in previous elections. So while it's impossible to say that he's lost votes. It has certainly made him vulnerable in terms of the narrative, and in terms of the messaging as he goes into the elections Netanyahu likes to project himself as a man astride Israeli politics a man above it. All instead now, he's on the defensive and no politician likes to be in that position. And Andrew I mean, what do we make of the opposition? Because the leader Benny is new to politics. He's very much a political neophyte, and we don't really have a clear idea of his policies. We know he's a former chief of staff with the Israeli defense forces, and that's in the past Rabin brek Fulmer chiefs of stars who became prime minister. So that's not unusual, but internally his policy he's kind of giving mixed messages on the one hand, he said, you know, he would never get. The golden heights the occupies Syrian territory, and he's used videos of war against HAMAs in Gaza as part of his election campaign on the other hand. He's also said that you know, there's no shame in striving for peace. He can play the whole cash hard man military figure on the one hand. But he's indicating perhaps he could take a softer stance on the peace process Netanyahu. We just really don't know. I mean, he is applicable neophytes. He said it's only in the last few weeks that he's put together this party. So he's very much an unknown quantity. In terms of what his politics would be. I think and meanwhile, my whole I guess the traditional left parties in Israel being fucking put it that way left behind them in labor is well behind in third, and I gathered the main sort of left party merits may not even make parliament. It's a motive complete decimation for labor, which is if you're the party that founded this country and had towering leaders like, you know, he's

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"moco" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"moco" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The fought gorilla in two thousand seventeen left a power vacuum. The whole Calcutta Moco and cut the Dumbo illegal armed groups vying for control of illicit economies like drug trafficking and illegal gold mining. In the first weeks of two thousand nineteen there have been at least seven murders of human rights defenders, adding to the long list of more than four hundred killed since the beginning of the country's peace process. In two thousand sixteen activists Rafael Figueroa see the government is failing to protect them. There's a great concern because above all we don't see any interest from the Colombian government in resolving this. And to be honest that really us Colombia's government says it's doing everything it can to curb these mass murders and the attorney general Nestor Umberto Martinez rejects criticism. The not enough is being done to bring the killers to Justice. I. There is no impunity regarding the perpetrators who are killing social leaders and defenders of human rights up to now the Colombian state has been able to clear up. Fifty three percent of these murder cases. Raise CNN to the Amec's the murder of human rights defenders has risen sharply since two thousand fifteen when Vargas is from the universe euros REO in Bogota was he that the social the social ears gets accessory beta after the start of the permanent cease fire declared by FARC were in places that were formerly controlled by FARC that were close to strong holes of our armed groups. Several emergency meetings are being convened around the country by the interior and defense ministers is they go on the offensive to tackle the increasing violence because of the absence of the state and its institutions in so many of the communities worst effect. Did they have a difficult task ahead of them? That report by Matthew Charles in Bogota. Cate Blanchett is one of Hollywood's biggest stars. So when she announced she'd be performing in a play in London, lots of fans trying to get tickets, but many weren't expecting the show called when we have sufficiently tortured each other to be quite so violent during the first performance. One woman fainted and ambivalence had to be called. I also the newsroom Charlotte Gallagher won't makes the place so shocking, lots of violence, lots of sex and lots of goal it's about SADO masochism. So don't worry I won't go into too much detail about that. But the national theatre where the play is being staged. They say it's about the characters playing games of sexual dominance against each other. And also about resistance, and apparently the audience audiences you have seen it. They've been gasping the whole way through there's been lots of nervous laughter as well. And at some you'll Tucker is one of the few people he managed to get tickets the actors Stephen dillane gets Cate Blanchett by the back of the neck and then cuts just above her. Eyebrow with a knife. And it's kind of sexual and you're not sure if if the characters are enjoying it or whether it's sexual weather pain, and you feel really conflicted in that moment is very bloody is very graphic. There are many moments on stage where the actors are given rows of tissue and antibacterial gel to get the blood off them for the next part of the play say, yes, you've got to have a strong stomach to sit through this the national theatre. They've said we knew it won't be to everyone's taste. But we did warn people when they bought the ticket that it was violent play an all say they point out that it's not feasible for under eighteens the magic of the fiercer. Yeah. So this is this is not the first time. This sort of thing is happened is date. It's happened many times before and the same thing happened at the same fair to just two years ago. They pushed on Sarah, Kane's, play cleansed five people fainted and lots and lots of people were walking out the theater, and of course, this is just a modern phenomenon. Lots of Shakespeare plays some of the great Shakespeare plays like King Lear, Titus andronicus. Lots of violence this. I doubt Jay this limbs being cut off it's incredibly Brousseau. But one critic has suggested the reason why people were so shocked at this play is that Kate bunch is such a big star people feel like they know her safety her being abused and tortured onstage is perhaps more upsetting. But people still really want to go and say this play despite it's freezing in London moment. People queuing up outside to try and get tickets. And if you want to get them on a secondary sites a thousand dollars each to go and see this play that was Charlotte Gallagher. A reminder of our main news at the moment. A leaking oil pipeline has exploded in central Mexico, killing at least twenty people it's approaching twenty past five GMT. You're listening to the BBC World Service in London. A funeral. Mass will be held in the polish city of Gdansk later on Saturday for its former mayor Pavlou Adamovich who was stopped at a charity event. Last Sunday Poland's president and prime minister and European Union council. President Donald tusk will attend the service on Friday evening, thousands fully the funeral procession through the city streets as it brought the coffee into a silica for his funeral from Gdansk. Adam eastern reports church. Bells tolled across the city is the funeral procession. Made it slow journey through the streets of Gdansk, many people following the Hearst held electric candles or city flags draped with black ribbons funeral mass service. It's Mary's basilica will be attended by Poland's president and prime minister as well as their surviving predecessors. Mr Obama Vichy's ashes will be buried in the church. He died from his injuries on Monday after being stabbed on Sunday at a charity event. By an ex convict who said he blamed the mayor's former party for his incarceration in the twenty years. Mr Obama, which was mayor downs has changed from grey port struggling with the transformation from communism into a dynamically developing European city more than fifty thousand people queued in freezing conditions to seize coughing as it lay in repose for twenty four hours in the city's European solidarity centre cultural centre concede by the mayor to tell the story the nine thousand nine hundred eighty solidarity movement that emerged from Gdansk and pave the way for the fall of the Berlin Wall. Adam Easton migration across the Mediterranean to Europe has fallen in recent months. The European Union has found ways to block the departure of migrants from Libya and to challenge charities operating rescue missions at sea foreign ministers of ten Mediterranean states have now met in Malta to discuss strategy Europe. Correspondent Kevin Connor. Only sent this report from the.

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"moco" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"moco" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"So we're going to talk about this is really an interesting subject. We're going to talk about what Trump did with the Jamal kashogi case and with Saudi Arabia yesterday. And what is so interesting to me about this is there's a famous saying, it was Francois de Moco who's a French philosopher who's known for his kind of. What what practical his practical like little aphorisms and one of them was hypocrisy is attributed vice pace virtue. What does that mean? It means the being a hypocrite shows people that you actually know what you're doing is wrong. It's a tribute that people who are operating in a bad way pay to the knowledge that there is such thing as immoral universe. And they are violating that universe. We have to be clear, what hypocrisy is because the left always uses him policy, wrongly. I it is not hypocrisy. If you say adultery is wrong. And then when they get drunk in some girl comes onto the bar, and you go and sleep with her even though you're married that is making a mistake. Pardon me. That's falling falling sending whatever you wanna call it. But it's not hypocrisy because you actually believe the thing that you were saying that you you've yourself think, oh, no I've done the wrong thing fault. Apocrypha is putting on a show of one of living at one moral standard and preaching one moral standards. Secretly live. Living in another way. So if you're going out there and preaching if you're a preacher and your preaching, you know, don't commit adultery. But meanwhile, you're swinging with the girls every night and laughing it up that's hypocrisy. So yesterday, Trump did the right thing in the Jamaica Shoghi affair, but he left out the hypocrisy. I mean, basically he said he was not going to punish Saudi Arabia anymore about the murder of this. I guess we'll call him a journalist for now guy wrote columns for the Washington Post, and he just wasn't going to do it. Because we needed the allies from Saudi Arabia and biz was good. That's not the way you do. It. You do it this way. Let me let me give an imitation the way supposed to American values and the violation and the moral this kind of ABRAHAM LINCOLN the truth will we will stand by American. And then you go back to doing business with them. And that's the way it's supposed to be done. And that's the way most politicians. Do it. Trump didn't do it at all. So let's let's review what happened because Shoghi was a he was a Saudi Arabian insider who opposed the rise of this new crown prince. Mohammed bin Salman, he was a proponent former kashogi himself was a proponent of the Muslim Brotherhood. He had been a member of the Muslim Brotherhood many put some distance between them, but he believed that the Muslim Brotherhood was the path for democracy that there's not going to be democracy in the Middle East without some kind of Islamic rule, and it was going to be brought by the Muslim Brotherhood. He so he was a real critic. And he used the one the Washington Post used him to attack the new regime into attack Saudi Arabia, and he used that post and other posts to attack and Bs this this new crown prince. He was lured. I guess I mean, it must've. I I don't think it was just an accident that he suddenly found that in order to marry his Turkish girlfriend. He had to go to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. This hit team flew in like out of a bad JAMES BOND movie apparently smothered him with a plastic bag and cut him to pieces possibly at the same time, vicious vicious murder all kinds of ramifications here. I mean Turkey that is opposed to Saudi Arabia because Turkey is making a power play in the Middle East wants to rebuild the Ottoman empire. They gathered all the information and spread it around. Obviously we have made peace. Trump has wisely. Made peace with Saudi Arabia and a lot of deals with Saudi Arabia because he is trying to counteract the rise of Iran was spurred on by the idiots in the Obama administration. So he's trying to do that and make deals and of course, Saudi Arabia's a big producer of oil. So Trump comes out, and he basically says if seventeen people. Members of the Saudi government have been sanctioned. But the CIA has leaked to the press that they have reasonable certainty. We don't know what that means..

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"moco" Discussed on BitDancers Podcast

BitDancers Podcast

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"moco" Discussed on BitDancers Podcast

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"moco" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"moco" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"And not even do it. Just have the my pocket. As long as I had the grand Moco. Yeah. We good. Yeah. Thanks. I would go with everything focus come back. It was eating that a real focus combat ship. I was ready to go to the store and kill. I loved everybody. But this was weird. From the moment that things -iety started to the moment. I had that cocaine in my hand, it was a total blackout. There was no stopping for red lights shit. Okay. Sure. No. I didn't want to hear what you had to say. Sure. And so now, I got off the coke. And things I kind of went away. But I call it the transfer of a diction. Yeah. Called transferring of diction, it's what I've been doing all my life and it works for me. It works for me. Joe dias because now. It's expired to marijuana. Yeah. And all the evils marijuana's, the least of all share. Hey, can I say something real quick good? Nothing's evil. Right. No. In my world. I know what you mean. I was with the place. Sorry, if that when you're doing heroin on Monday nights, and you're not doing coke the rest of the week. And you think that you heroin problem is to cure the code? Cocaine and you're trying to get the phone number the twenty sixty minutes 'cause you wanna talk to the produces. There was something wrong with the problem was the problem in two thousand seven September two thousand seven I had written a model that was about to call sixty kegs showing them how I could save the world from cocaine abuse by giving them a little bit ahead on Monday Quercia shots heroin once a month and there'd be no cocaine abuse win, the war on drugs sink. Pablo? Escobar wouldn't have nobody to sell it. Yeah. And we've been importing heroin for so long. But just a little dosage I was getting a seven dollar bag. Yeah. Everyone sent up to me. I was splitting in twos. And it lasted me the whole summer. Yeah. So after the ninety days of the summer, I came to that conclusion. Wow. I've only done coke once at ninety days come onto something. Yeah. So. Because of losing my mind and those certain areas. Yes, I have transferred addictions, you know, people just transfer addictions. They go from nail biting. That's right. No can read to you know, we all have a transfer right now, my tramp so after I stopped on coke. I went to my original transfer of addiction, which is the coordinate just nobody's feelings get hurt. I roll a joint and I go for. In the car. I get out at a park, I smoke it. Stop the Senate eleven get a coke zero and goal. Okay. That's part of the fiction thing got it. So then something else happened in nineteen ninety one. I got into comedy eight o'clock means you gotta be on a stage pitch. Okay. Sure. I know you really wanna watch on orange is the new purple on Netflix girlfriend. But I really don't give a fuck what you wanna watch. Gotcha. You have to be on stay. Yes. So all these years, I had all these after's by the clock. So I think like in two thousand ten hours just battling this and control it by going out. Sure. I had the store this. Stop going to the store at subsitute improv ain't the same. Okay. House. Not the same laugh. Actor is definitely not the same. Nobody really scratched the H that the calm you still had given me. Right. So I figured out a way just to go for ride at night and do that. Now two thousand fourteen starts. I'm back at the store. But in the back of my mind, I was like I got a call. A Mitzi was running Sunday through Sunday. That's the only way the store works. Yes. All for the whole week. Yeah. I couldn't come to the spread gnome. What I'm too old? I gotta be up at eight with the baby. That's right. And I got to watch the kid you gotta do this. And you gotta do that. So now I wanted to this mental fucking disast. Right here. Hope patterns maze. Okay. Yeah. So with that Netflix thing just too stupid shit. I watched the John Mullany special who's a great comic. But a great writer, and I said to myself, why can't I be John Mullany? Why can't I leave? This are rated fat fucking pig. Okay. Yeah. So all those factors. Fucked me up Mullany will fuck you up..

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"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

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"moco" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"moco" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Let's go let's go mouth don't make him say it again let's go mile going daddy to the poor he was boy don't let me catch you hanging out with this crowd don't make me have to shoot us gift so ass up get home mondays stay there should give you my dad all right man i gotta go home in in in them dealers didn't even try to cat about thirteen the first they were getting aggressive more walk in like this that's what the guy that they had playing miles is a this guy's ashes standards he was in moonlight actually think oh now this guy is nothing but a plot device in the movies nothing but something to give he's rally from the first one yeah yeah yeah he's had a show the show that dinsdale is more of a protective guy even has more compassion number sure and i liked and i liked the actor it gives him a showcase does that actors really good and moonlight us he he he played the middle stage of the league character and he played a very shot character net movie coming to grips with the sexuality here favorite actor a loved him in here he's a he's a he's actually charming he's actually a little more he's got a lot more charisma here and i really liked him now the way they had them play that role half the time lead you like most of the tony come into a senior slither like a snake with this vania you'll mr mccombe pictures kron you gotta private for you it's the winning we want yeah yeah it was it was he wouldn't walk and he slid in always thought that we're gonna get jumped to something because you know whenever somebody moves as low and seeing something happens right right he'd be like come over have seen mr moco why are you doing the way pop lock.

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"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"This is mac os ken funny sort of survey out of china certain mac batteries are back in stock and where to land the next spaceship it's thursday the seventeenth of may twenty eighteen i'm ken ray and this is news from moco wiscon brought to you by yours truly and sponsored by euro the home wifi system that goes anywhere and covers everywhere get free overnight shipping in the us and canada at e r o hero dot com with code moco west can this show is also supported by people like you patrons through patriotic find out more and that your support that patriot dot com slash mac os cab news of a survey out of china that sure to make some worry nine to five mac says the reputation institute has released its china rep track rankings breaking down brand reputation in china why would this worry anyone because obel doesn't make the top ten thirty thousand chinese consumers surveyed rate corporations based on trust esteem admiration and good feeling according to the bees from nine to five mac according to the rankings apple is the twelve most reputable company in china that puts it behind several other technology companies including intel at first while way at second google at fourth nokia at eight and microsoft at eleventh you heard that right top of the list for reputation and china is intel yes the same intel responsible for specter and meltdown that same intel who ceo sold as many shares of the company as he could and still be ceo before the world learned of specter and meltdown then again intel told some chinese firms about the flaws before it told the us government so who knows maybe that boosted intel's rep in the middle kingdom.

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"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"This is mac os ken funny sort of survey out of china certain mac batteries are back in stock and where to land the next spaceship it's thursday the seventeenth of may twenty eighteen i'm ken ray and this is news from moco wiscon brought to you by yours truly and sponsored by euro the home wifi system that goes anywhere and covers everywhere get free overnight shipping in the us and canada at e r o hero dot com with code moco west can this show is also supported by people like you patrons through patriotic find out more and that your support that patriot dot com slash mac os cab news of a survey out of china that sure to make some worry nine to five mac says the reputation institute has released its china rep track rankings breaking down brand reputation in china why would this worry anyone because obel doesn't make the top ten thirty thousand chinese consumers surveyed rate corporations based on trust esteem admiration and good feeling according to the bees from nine to five mac according to the rankings apple is the twelve most reputable company in china that puts it behind several other technology companies including intel at first while way at second google at fourth nokia at eight and microsoft at eleventh you heard that right top of the list for reputation and china is intel yes the same intel responsible for specter and meltdown that same intel who ceo sold as many shares of the company as he could and still be ceo before the world learned of specter and meltdown then again intel told some chinese firms about the flaws before it told the us government so who knows maybe that boosted intel's rep in the middle kingdom.

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Apple Continues to Expand Self-Driving Car Fleet

Mac OS Ken

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Apple Continues to Expand Self-Driving Car Fleet

"I continue to be amazed by my eero i think you will be too check them out for yourself at eero dot com that's e r o dot com they've got different offers for different homes take a look see which package is right for you then get yours fast and easy use offer code mac os can for free overnight shipping in the us and canada visit eero dot com at checkout select overnight shipping and our offer code moco wiscon and the overnight shipping is free eero the home wifi system that goes anywhere and covers everywhere and huge thanks to eero for sponsoring this week show apple now has the second largest self driving car fleet in california the waymo as right on its bumper macro parts but if you thomas auto questions to the california department of motor vehicles according to the dmv apple has fifty five self driving cars registered for testing along with eighty three drivers for their cars that don't need drivers actually they do need drivers even if they don't while apple has permits to test selfdriving cars they do not have permits to run them without drivers on board running down the top five selfdriving fleets gm crews has one hundred four cars apple has the aforementioned fifty five waymo has fifty one vehicles tesla thirty nine and dr dot a i has fourteen vehicles then there are one hundred forty six other auto autos out there the cording to the peace there are.

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Apple Heart Study ramps up with new solicitations to Apple Watch owners

Mac OS Ken

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Apple Heart Study ramps up with new solicitations to Apple Watch owners

"If you're not taking part in apple's hard study the company would really like for you to apple insider says the cupertino crew has started emailing owners of apple wodge inviting them to sign up for the study according to the peace participants must download the apple heart study iphone app to sign up which will also install a watch os companion once the person is accepted into the study the app monitors heart rate and rhythm shouldn't irregular rhythm be detected the app will trigger a notification and arrange free do chat with medical professionals of course apple watch owners don't need an invitation us residents twenty two years old and uptake parts all but the original apple watches were eligible as long as they're running watch os four dot zero or later come july all update submitted to the app store will have to be built with the o s eleven as decay probably just in time for the i o s twelve s tk i download blogs as apple is giving developers the message saying starting july twenty eighteen all i o s app updates submitted the app store must be built with the irs eleven s t k and must support the super retina display of iphone ten this is already a thing for new apps submitted to the app store i download blogs as optimisation for iphone ten was a requirement for new titles starting last month more news in a moment but first word from and about the tech me m ride home podcast boy did they should up the chart yesterday i assume that that was due to a lot of you finding them for the first time for which i thank you for those of you who have not found them may i encourage you to do so tech me ride home is a good companion piece to mac os can in a moment i'm gonna talk about microsoft's build conference of course i'm not going to recap the whole thing this is mac os ken a show covering apple news and news related to apple news for a more inclusive recap of say facebook's developer show last week or google conference this week or microsoft build you'd want to check out techni m ride home similar moco west ken tech me ride home as a commute sized recap of some of the big stories in tak monday through friday.

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Apple Rumored To Be Replacing Intel With Its Own Chips

Mac OS Ken

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Apple Rumored To Be Replacing Intel With Its Own Chips

"This is mac os ken saving money on chips i fix it says you can't fix the new ipad and oppal pooches a brain builder it's wednesday the fourth of april twenty eighteen i'm ken ray and this is news from mac os ken brought to you by yours truly and sponsored by squarespace your place online start your free trial today at squarespace dot com slash meko west can use offer code moco west com for ten percent off your first purchase this show is also supported by people like you patrons through patriotic find out more in that your support that patriot dot com slash mac os cam the rumor earlier this week that has apple making tone chips for the mac by the year twenty twenty has money people wondering what about the money angle for that we turn to cnbc which has bank of america merrill lynch saying turning to its own mug processors could save apple about half a billion dollars a year onc mohajane which sounds like a bad guy from a star wars movie but isn't that an analyst would be a merrill lynch says the insourcing of chips could benefit apple by not being dependent on intel's processors cycles by lowering the cost bill of materials by forty to fifty bucks and potentially streamlining and reducing our in spend is no goes on to say the benefit to apple would be two fold one aggregating development across iowa and mac os can help lower the overall cost of our in d by potentially combining development teams and potentially reducing time to market for new products and apps and to.

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"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"This is mac os ken positives and negatives and apple it is monday the nineteenth of march twenty eighteen on ken ray and this special edition of moco west ken brought to you by yours truly and sponsored by squarespace your place online start your free trial today at squarespace dot com use offer code moco west ken for ten percent off your first purchase this episode is also sponsored by ero the home wifi system that goes anywhere and covers everywhere you know what i love about staying in the hotels somebody else makes your bad and this around things are different and if you're lucky there's a byu you know what i hate amount staying in hotels the wi fi time away from home really makes me miss my eero see these things called beacons they're basically satellites or boosters for the base unit get your base unit it up and running than plug in the beacons seriously just plugged the beacon in the power and you extended your networks reach and you've up its speed to break neck with the addition of third five gigahertz radio the second generation eero is now try band and twice as fast as its predecessor which lets you do more similar tena slee and every room of your home whatever your wifi needs eero has the power to seamlessly blanket your home and fast reliable wi fi and with the addition of a new thread radio eero can connect a low power devices such as logs doorbells other sensors and more i love might eurosystem and can't recommend it enough checkout eero for yourself at eero dot com that's e r o dot com the different offers for different homes take a look see which baggage is right for you.

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"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"moco" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"This is mac os ken positives and negatives and apple it is monday the nineteenth of march twenty eighteen on ken ray and this special edition of moco west ken brought to you by yours truly and sponsored by squarespace your place online start your free trial today at squarespace dot com use offer code moco west ken for ten percent off your first purchase this episode is also sponsored by ero the home wifi system that goes anywhere and covers everywhere you know what i love about staying in the hotels somebody else makes your bad and this around things are different and if you're lucky there's a byu you know what i hate amount staying in hotels the wi fi time away from home really makes me miss my eero see these things called beacons they're basically satellites or boosters for the base unit get your base unit it up and running than plug in the beacons seriously just plugged the beacon in the power and you extended your networks reach and you've up its speed to break neck with the addition of third five gigahertz radio the second generation eero is now try band and twice as fast as its predecessor which lets you do more similar tena slee and every room of your home whatever your wifi needs eero has the power to seamlessly blanket your home and fast reliable wi fi and with the addition of a new thread radio eero can connect a low power devices such as logs doorbells other sensors and more i love might eurosystem and can't recommend it enough checkout eero for yourself at eero dot com that's e r o dot com the different offers for different homes take a look see which baggage is right for you.

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"moco" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"moco" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"Will just put number nine on him so anybody had a number nine cd at their room bismah larmar was pop all right adler you have iras on the cds who will not on the cds is on the computer but i had a adults who computers i think after the local technofix it um and trace all here sounds like home in a middle socalled in the middle if you have not heard a song in the middle google or you to trey songz in the middle and this was one of the song i put on him by and one of the versions go on much rather be in the front or the back bodice side just inside deep inside the middle of your love if you know what me and i love that saw and i had so much six two trey songz so because of that i to have to say he's better than while she passed way in two thousand and server known for being well big all the way around and still sexy and also known from marrying a really old gouge try and get his money hits annan coal smith oh you know a fortune will happen aniko smith this she overdose i believe that's liaise look she overdose home yes yes you know the history overdose and still he was an opportunist home i mean outside her her big breasts what was and moco smith will she also had that more or those couple of moles gear those were again outside of her big breasts what was mickelson have you need more he was in that one movie where she basically with an inferno towers up to like that were she was try it was like die hard but it was made for an in the coal smith the be the hero it was terrible i watched all of it but we don't have any geological lou the us before the internet really caught.

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"moco" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"moco" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Read routine to catalan society however with with we've been seeing these days i think catalyst which than when the color telam president was expecting you to act was expecting to sully of wreck nice that these was no longer internal problem with who is really a problem between two important actors within europe but we've seen moco in the last few i was clearly stating that the the wanting to feeding that program and the the one equate both institutions will both governs so you're saying public sentiment is going to turn against the eu and the whole eu project as a result of that position i cannot predict what could have happened but it feels like cut wounds might be quite disappointed or some even cutters that may not won independence they wet expecting international mediation they would expecting summoned to step in and say come on let's tone down let's lower the tone and let's see what's going to happen here and we haven't seen that intervention it is remarkable this whole situation in the sense that we used to associate political instability with developing markets emerging markets and than what we're seeing now is more and more developed economies being potently situations a political uncertainty absolutely and one would seeing the some of these changes will trigger will help evolving note on institution so i had the strong believed that the silver lining to breaks it was going to be that european institutions we're going to change would modernized itself one of the key issues in the brakes a debate was the lack of accountability of european institutions now it seems that these things have changing it seems that even when that he's a region in europe that really won something noone he's listen to them now fan hotel advising of the nse thank you very much in a reminder that you listen to business daily from the bbc with me men right outside lhasa well we think of politics and the rights and responsibilities we hold in society as something that applies only to public life private business corporate life often judged by different as a different set of measures but is that a false dichotomy yes says elizabeth andersen she's john dewey distinguished university professor of philosophy at the university of michigan's she's written a book about it tool cooled how employers rule allies and their argument is that workplace is a.

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"moco" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"moco" Discussed on KKAT

"Because they think okay what the conservative rush limbaugh sean hannity that kind of thing will bear entertainment and i get that some of their ideas uh while in line with what we might consider conservative ipo's broadly but it others entertainment and politico conservative i'm not that but one i'm parked in about uh things like freedom and liberty uh you kinda have to get your brain away from the whole uh republican label if you will i'm talking about freedom more intellectually and uh and up but i think at bribe to adam moco i think it ribe uh good dialogue and all right director who that we'd alka hung up and partisan politics though i kind of like being controversial it time it on our show is what i describe so we don't have a ton of time i apologize we got way too carried away with our a question of the day but uh the president has just repealed something known as dacca which were president obama implemented during his two terms in office which allowed the children of undocumented immigrants illegal immigrants illegal aliens i mean we call columbine by numerous names but those who come to this country without the proper documentation or stay here past the life of the proper documentation when their kids grow up and have the chance to go to college heretofore they charge them out of state tuition around the country at universities which has made it very hard we are we done no no say round paul stay with me we're gonna we're going to keep this up after we come back from.

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"moco" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"moco" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Well morgan pigments been interesting thanks so much for speaking with us thank you so much dave morgan pack moco directed the film me roger stone with dillon bank and daniel demarco it's available on netflix coming up justin chang reviews the new filmed the war for the planet of the apes this is fresh air support for npr and the following message come from exxon mobil the exclusive fuel partners of the plenty rewards program five hundred points it's worth at least five dollars in savings you can pick up a plenty card at an exxon or mobile branded station and start earning points right away six years ago fox released rise of the planet of the aids the first in a series of prequels to the original 1968 classics starring charleton heston and roddey mcdowell it was followed three years later by dawn of the plan of the apes directed by matt reeves who now given us a third chapter wore for the planet of the apes film critic justin chang has this review the first thing you notice in war for the planet of the apes his how quiet it is the director matt reeves is one of those rare hollywood craftsman who intuitively trusts the power of silence and in this masterfully bleak new movie that silence serves unusually evocative purpose it underscores how empty the world might sound with the human race on the verge of extinction if you've seen the two earlier movies rise of the planet of the apes and dawn of the planet the apes you already know how grim the stakes are more than a decade earlier an outbreak of simeon flu began killing off men and women around the globe while giving rise to a supremely intelligent new species of apes the brilliance of these films lies in just how skilfully they subvert our sympathies as the human survivors descend into murderous anarchy we are drawn deeply into the plight of the gorillas chimpanzees and ranga tangse whose capacity for speech thoughtfulness and emotion is nothing short of astonishing.

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"moco" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"moco" Discussed on WJR 760

"To be able to villa we are oh okay what what do you want him to do what i do i come to do is to say the next time north korea watcher moco we all of whom the harkat our country and we will active progr wait london lme just slow you down you know we fought a korean war right for our showroom alcoa okay and you know that seoul is thirty five miles from the demilitarized zone right yeah and you know the twenty five million people in that metropolitan area right yes sir and you know we cannot stobbe stop a first wave of attack on that city correct yes sir why don't think the south koreans are going to want to do that well you know what are you think if we were in the old days in the cold war we had 24 by seven b fifty two bombers though on sale save point what do you think if we target the again what what what is it the you wanna dropped i guess you're right you want to drop nuclear you want to drop atomic bombs i guess that's why you're talking about i know you're talking about those b 52s flying all the time when i'm and what i'm saying you as there are other ways to do this we didn't attack moscow would be fifty two bombers ronald reagan crushed the soviet union because they were economically vulnerable me china's economically vulnerable north korea's economically vulnerable why don't we do everything humanly possible economically to to put the pressure on uh you know you're you're right rear and at the same time japan has every right to defend itself and it seems to me if a kim on fat boy who was a nutjob is building a nuclear arsenal and perfecting his icbms japan is a wonderful ally at this point and we ought to assist them to protect themselves wall do you think we have the capability to take these move out over launched because to me that came to me the beltway to go i think we do but what if we miss one yeah.

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