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Fresh update on "pc" discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

00:58 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pc" discussed on This Week in Tech

"This, but I bought one. I've already ordered one. Gives me a hard time. How much is you spend this Monday? I'm just saying. I'm just saying, I mean, look, again, you're talking about religion, the biggest thing to say about this is I'll tell you about what I got robbed before. My max got stolen. I thought to myself, you know, I'm gonna start building a PC and for the last 6 years I've done nothing but Bill PCs. And this laptop has real me back in because guess what? No more dongles. I get to actually plug things. I mean, sounds dumb. They had me at mag safe, okay? They had me at MagSafe, all right? That's all your boy needed. So, we gonna find out uncle Leo. We gonna find out. But yeah, I ordered one. I ordered the base model because I thought, well, let's see how the base model is, you know? I mean, that's going to be interesting. I'll be comparing that basically to an M1 from last year. But again, it's just numbers on the page. It's numbers provided by Apple so you can't really say this is how it is. On paper, it really looks very impressive. And it looks like apple's got some amazing chops. And I went mid steer because you can't update anything once you get the thoughts on the money. Now, the memories in the sea, upgradable. No. You got to max it out. That's it. You got to max it. Yeah. That's why the Apple card is so free Andy. Oh God. I still don't have one so I didn't give my 3%. Some people got 6%, by the way. For a while, I thought, oh, this is good they're hoping it's 6% and then Apple said no, that was a mistake. But we are going to, but we're going to honor it. So good for them. You may have gotten, I don't think I got 6 pack. I wish I had. What's that? That's a lot of money. That's 600 bucks. Yeah. I knew it would.

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Anthony Mackie to Star in ‘Twisted Metal’ Live-Action Series

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:31 min | Last month

Anthony Mackie to Star in ‘Twisted Metal’ Live-Action Series

"Anthony mackie is to star john doe in the live action twisted metal. This is justin kroll at deadline. After recently being named the next captain marica anthony. Mackie looks to a found his next juicy role to sink his teeth into sources tell deadline that mackey is set to star in and executive produce sony pictures pictures television and playstation productions twisted metal a live action adaptation of the popular video game. Maquis will play the lead role of john doe in the half hour live action tv series. Insiders say that sony tv in playstation productions are extremely high on the package and plan is in the works to take it to buyers soon. We're thrilled to have anthony. Mackie on board his ability to blend a comedy action drama is perfect for the twisted twisted world. We're creating said assad kill bash head of playstation studios twisted metal high-octane action comedy based on an original take by deadpool scribes. Rhett reese in paul. Were nick about a motormouth. Outsider offered a chance at a better life but only if he can successfully deliver a mysterious package across a post-apocalyptic wasteland with the help of a trigger happy car thief face. Savage marauders driving vehicles of destruction and other dangers of the open road including a deranged clown. Who drives an all-too-familiar ice cream truck doe is a smart ass milkman. Who talks as fast as drives with no memory of his past. He gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to make his wish of finding community. Come come true. But only if he can survive in onslaught of savage vehicular combat

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Coronavirus-Sniffing Dogs Unleashed at Miami Airport to Detect Virus in Employees

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:53 sec | Last month

Coronavirus-Sniffing Dogs Unleashed at Miami Airport to Detect Virus in Employees

"A dog looking for covert is it even possible. Evidently it is and now you can find them at miami international airport for dogs trained to detect kobe. Nineteen as part of a pilot program. This is cobra one of the dogs trained to detect the virus. Watch how she sits. After she smells the inside of a mask that has deactivated virus in it. Then watch how. She just keeps walking when she smells the mask of someone who's not infected. The dogs are ninety. Seven percent accurate. I mean it's the same as the pc test. It means it's a great. It's a great thing miami. International airport is the first in the nation to have the dogs. I think in this particular airport. Now we're doing it with the employees but people will see the dogs and know that that's another weapon that we're using to fight this pandemic

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Miami International Airport Boasting US' First COVID-Detecting Dogs

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:53 sec | Last month

Miami International Airport Boasting US' First COVID-Detecting Dogs

"A dog looking for covert is it even possible. Evidently it is and now you can find them at miami international airport for dogs trained to detect kobe. Nineteen as part of a pilot program. This is cobra one of the dogs trained to detect the virus. Watch how she sits. After she smells the inside of a mask that has deactivated virus in it. Then watch how. She just keeps walking when she smells the mask of someone who's not infected. The dogs are ninety. Seven percent accurate. I mean it's the same as the pc test. It means it's a great. It's a great thing miami. International airport is the first in the nation to have the dogs. I think in this particular airport. Now we're doing it with the employees but people will see the dogs and know that that's another weapon that we're using to fight this

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PC Gamer Uncharted 4 and the Lost Legacy Coming to PC Early 2022

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:18 sec | Last month

PC Gamer Uncharted 4 and the Lost Legacy Coming to PC Early 2022

"Came out sock uncharted. Four loss legacy coming remastered playstation five in. Pc it's going to be called uncharted legacy of thieves collection. It's going to be available in early. Twenty twenty two. Ps five the version is in development by our partners at iron galaxy. It will release shortly after the playstation. Five version

Arizona Judge Strikes Down Trump-Era Water Regulation

Native America Calling

00:59 min | Last month

Arizona Judge Strikes Down Trump-Era Water Regulation

"Federal judge in arizona. Recently struck down trump era water rule which reduced the number of waterways protected under federal regulations and gibson from arizona public media reports the lawsuit against the environmental protection agency was filed by six federally recognized tribes from across the country. Though the biden administration found serious issues with trump's water. It was going to use it until they come up with their own policy since it's been struck down. Protections are back on for ephemeral streams which only flow after rain or snow in arizona. That's over ninety percent of the waterways chairman peter. Upc oh leads. The possibly ocoee tribe in the southern part of the state and this is just one more way of the tries banding together getting the powerful feeling that you can do something about it regardless if it's somebody as high as the president and all that equal pc oh seems hopeful that the ruling will strengthen efforts to protect waters within a proposed coppermine site in southern

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Razer Mouse Security Flaw Can Give Admin Access to Non-Admin PC Users

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

02:46 min | Last month

Razer Mouse Security Flaw Can Give Admin Access to Non-Admin PC Users

"There was a rather disturbing story about how this security researcher was able to take over. Someone's computer t- basically live plug in the right kind of mouse now. This case that happens to be a razor mouse And there was actually a steel series mouse. That turns out had the same problem. But the problem's not with these mice the problems with microsoft windows so. This is an article from. Tom's guide and realize that there was actually a previous article to this. But talk about both of them so chronologically. It's gonna feel weird but just hang with me in the article. Explain both of these cases as we go a day. After the world learned that razor gaming mice could be used to take over windows. Pc's there's news at the same trick. Works with steel series gaming keyboards. Mice headsets and even mouse pads as with the razor mice. It's actually the windows. Desktop application that causes the trouble. That's because it gets system wide privileges during installation without first asking for a system administrators permission. This flaw was discovered by security researcher. Lawrence amer who was inspired by the razor issue. A militias human using or mauer. That's already running on a windows ten. Pc and presumably this applies to windows. Eleven to as a low level user during the installation process can leverage this flock to gain full system control and cybersecurity terms. This is called privilege escalation or escalation elevation of privileges it's when processes or users gained powers. They shouldn't have however. This law isn't the fault of steel series or a razor. Those companies are just trying to get their software and stone quickly. This is instead of microsoft issue because windows isn't distinguishing between hardware drivers which normally don't need admin permissions to install and peripheral related desktop software which should need edmund permission microsoft needs to fix this privilege escalation situation before more problems like this pop up as they almost certainly will. So what can you do about this to avoid having your p. honed by gaming peripherals. Make sure you lock the screen of your workplace. Pc when you step away from your desk home. Bc's are under less threat from this kind of attack due to there being fewer potential users around. But you might want to shut off your pc when you've got a lot of company over to really make sure that this can't happen to your machine log. In as an administrator good system than settings and then about and click on the advanced system settings link this will spawn a box labeled system properties. Select the hardware tab and then click the button device installation settings in the pop up window that follows title. Do you want to automatically downloaded absent and custom icons available for devices. Select the radio button labeled no in apparently next to know in parentheses says your device might not work as expected as you might imagine taking this more severe route might make installing new hardware not just gaming mice and keyboards but also printers headphones. Even usb security keys a bit more arduous although not impossible

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Windows 11 Is Coming This October

Talking Tech

00:59 min | Last month

Windows 11 Is Coming This October

"He c- fans pc owners market calendars on tuesday. Microsoft announced. it will start rolling out windows. Eleven the latest version of its operating system for personal computers on october fifth. It's a free upgrade and it will become available on eligible windows ten pc's npc's preloaded with windows eleven. The company said on tuesday. The tech giant plans to stagger the rollout. So it's not going to be on october fifth every single computer. That's eligible get windows. Eleven is going to get it. They're going to stagger it out and consider factors such as hardware eligibility reliability metrics age of the device in a lot of other different factors. microsoft expects all eligible. pc's to get the opportunity to upgrade to windows. Eleven by the middle of twenty twenty two now of course. Several device makers have already put out windows eligible devices that are we ready ago once windows. Eleven launches acer dell samsung lenovo among them windows ten p. owners will get an alert letting them know when they're ready to get their upgrade

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Putting Post-Covid Cruising to the Ultimate Test

Tips for Travellers Podcast

02:24 min | 2 months ago

Putting Post-Covid Cruising to the Ultimate Test

"Can cruising we return post shutdown postcode. It'd be fun. Be enjoyable and be relaxing. And that's what i'm about to put to the test. Because i'm here on board my very first cruise after fifteen months of shutdown on biking venus. And i'm going to find out can cruising post shutdown. Be fun be enjoyable and be relaxing if you knew here. I'm gary beverage and my goal is to help make it fun and easy to discover plan at have unforgettable cruise vacations so what exactly makes for a enjoyable and relaxing vacation. I had a list. But i went out and asked people on the channel and hundreds and hundreds of people replied and everyone came up with the same seven things that i did. Somebody use those seven things to test out about cruising post covet. Now many of the videos. That i've watched and reports that i've read on postcode cruising has tended to focus very much on the restrictions the rules. But that's not what's important. What's important for me is what does it feel like to be backup cruising. Does it feel the same does feel different and is magnificent. The number one item which everybody said universally was key to a cruise being relaxing and enjoyable was being disconnected sets being disconnected from work being disconnected from your phone being disconnected from chores. Walk the dog. Cook your own food. So of course that's absolutely true of postcode. Cruising this is my first cruise in fifteen months since the shutdown and i was able to disconnect as simple nearly as i did before. So that's definitely a tick however it's not entirely possible to disconnect because there's concert reminders of the world that we live in so let's take a look at some of the things that were happening on the cruise. Now i would say though that although they did remind you of the world we're living in. They did actually and other ways make me feel reassured which did help me disconnect so what was in place well first of all come the cruise. It was vaccinated guests only so suddenly that reminded you that restriction in place. Unlike before when you could rive at any time you wanted. There was very strict invocation times in half hour slots you had to show proof of your vaccination status yet temperature checks and ultimately you had to have a pc tests done before you could actually happily sale.

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The Many Benefits of Voice Technology for Older Adults

Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021

01:58 min | 2 months ago

The Many Benefits of Voice Technology for Older Adults

"Of the things we talk about in senior care a lot is memory care and medication reminders for reminders for anything better important to that patient or to them individually in their day-to-day lives your voice. Technology can provide all that and it seems simple easy if you're in the industry but if it's new to you if you're eighty five years of age and did not grow up in the computer industry didn't grow with. Pc's are you're not a smartphone checking or expert and and many who are not voices friendly voices. Easy is always available to you and you can get access to technology because finally the computers are speaking our language relevant we having to interface with them with keyboards and mice and other devices. This is making technology accessible to thousands of people who never had access before the other big thing bradley. That's been really amazing. During the pandemic is the impact of quaranteed. I think all of us today more than ever hear about home family and being together more we miss seeing one. Another in person and the ability to connect by video with family and friends is a huge part of. What's called these social determinants of health. And i believe that waste technology especially with video components added to it naked accessible and easy for us to be connected more a lot of people learn how to use zoom calls or facetime or teams or other platforms. But if you're not a computer person you might wanna try one of the really popular Video portals on all the popular voice platforms it helps people stay engaged inactive and protected in home and this really enhances the life And quality of life for older

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‘Halo Infinite’ Campaign Under “Massive Strain” According to Dev

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:10 min | 2 months ago

‘Halo Infinite’ Campaign Under “Massive Strain” According to Dev

"Who infinite won't include a co op campaign in its forged matt building mode at launch. Microsoft has confirmed of feelings marks the latest setback upcoming flagship shooter currently scheduled to release on xbox consoles. Nbc's later two thousand twenty one three or four three industries outlined his plans via its august development. Update video on friday. Recapping the latest on developing quote. Unfortunately as focused the team for shut down and really focused on equality experience for launch. We we made the really tough decision to delay shipping campaign coop for launch stated halo incident creative creative head joseph stanton and we also made the tough call to delay shipping forge pass launch as well and quote stanton states. That team aims to ship coop campaign support via a season update scheduled for three months after launch forge is expected to launch six months after its release via season three content offerings. One priority is making sure whatever we ship whenever we ship it meets the right quality bar across all platforms xbox vices. Pc and all this different configurations and when we look at these two experiences campaign coop in forge we made the determination. They're just not ready. Staten said

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Alok Sharma: Time Running out to Stop Climate Change Catastrophe

BBC Newsday

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Alok Sharma: Time Running out to Stop Climate Change Catastrophe

"World is dangerously close to running out of time to stop climate change catastrophe. That's the warning from Alec Sharma, the UK government's climate chief, who is leading the cop 26 summit to be held in the Scottish city of Glasgow later this year. In an interview with The Observer newspaper today, Mr Sharma said, the effects of radical climate change We're already clear with floods, fires, heat waves He said A report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change due to be published tomorrow would be the starkest warning yet about what the future might hold. Well, let's You know, from Professor Andrew Shepherd, who's a glaciologist at the University of Leeds here in the UK, Um could you first professor please explain what the remit of this PC report is and what you think it might say. So I think everyone's familiar with these reports. Now we've had them for the past 30 years. Um, what this report is going to tell us is the latest changes in the Earth's climate We expect But it's also going to say that we've changed parts of our climate system for good actually, and that's surreal. Wake up call. We're going to have to live in a different environment in the future because we're not going to be able to reverse Some of the things that have happened. And we've seen so many stories recently, pointing to the possibility that some parts of the climate system are already passed. Tipping points. Oh what? What? Which are the ones that you're most concerned about? So there are quite a few. Actually, I think, um across climate science, maybe a dozen also have been identified. But there's some really obvious ones that people will have heard about retreat of the ice in the Arctic Ocean, for instance, and rapid melting and acceleration of glaciers in Antarctica and Greenland. And they might seem a long way away from people because they're at the polls. But as soon as I entered the ocean that affects sea levels,

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It's Time to Stand up Against U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 3 months ago

It's Time to Stand up Against U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland

"This department is headed by a man who the Democrats so desperately wanted to be on the United States Supreme Court. Merrick Garland. He is, in fact, a radical hack. You'll notice. The Republicans don't really hammer this guy. That was it would hammer Republican attorneys general They don't call for investigations. They don't call for impeachment. Nothing. The Democrats were calling for impeachment of Donald Trump before he became president, the United States. Kind of an odd thing, but none the last day the support of the corrupt media You never hear about impeachment when it comes to Joe Biden, who has violated our constitution in myriad ways. And the way these people rule over us with an iron fist. So as right scoop properly points out. You've got Biden's hack. Attorney general, warns the governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, to immediately rescind his new executive order. As Reuters writes. US Attorney General Merrick Garland yesterday warned Texas Governor Greg Abbott to immediately rescind a new executive order aimed at curbing the travel into the state. Of undocumented immigrants who may pose a risk of transmitting covid 19. Notice all the PC language from Reuters. The order violates federal law. Numerous respects and Texas cannot lawfully enforce the executive order against any federal official or private parties working with the United States, Garland told Abbott in a letter. Now that's interesting. But we still have sanctuary cities and stinks thanks to various states, Mr Producer. Who defy federal immigration law. Anywhere not challenged by this administration or this Department of Justice.

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"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

02:40 min | 3 months ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"So i mean how many how many digital clocks have her house. Least someone's doing something. I mean that part of it is good but it's the whole we have to do something. This is something. Therefore we have to do this part of it which drives me fricken batty because the calculation titians don't have a good grasp on the nuance unreality of of of compute. You make a good reality is they. Dan we've got you don't own a pc. You just borrow one. You're you're part of a p. c. share program and that way it's divvied up between everyone that uses it so yeah it it the calculations and they're quite interesting. They definitely had someone who knew what they were doing calculating it because the power drove your graphics card there is a calculation that's added to the total expected on draw over of a system and they set certain assumptions on how long it's gonna spend in deep sleep awake but unused or under a load except there is no there's only one hundred percent load or essentially no lote so for the vast majority of computer usage this is not applicable in any way shape or form but at the same time. They're ignoring the minors which are doing the big thing because they are screaming and yelling about keeping it below one hundred and thirty five kilowatt hours a year. Think that's what it was That's sort of what they're aiming right now. So there's a site which takes care that keeps us track on bitcoin electricity out of cambridge university thereof. It's only bitcoin So currently today. Bitcoin is ten point. Thirty five gigawatt hours in the past twenty four hours. The annual consumption of this point is seventy one point eight six terawatt hours per year. Wanna i leave. Money mc fly back into the past like we're on gigahertz. Yeah so. This is a pet peeve of mine because it's like no go after like if you can go after a pot growing operation off of the amount of electricity at sucking down. He can do the same. Damn thing for minors and leave the Poor gamers low. It's that's not the problem. It's just ridiculous. Put if you're thirty. Nine thousand foot mining or playing certain amazon game then on that..

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"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

03:06 min | 3 months ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Let's move on to our most important segment of the week. Absolutely this is josh heavy programs to its burger time. Yes we're going to start with that. We're going to play the burger. Time game which. I didn't have hold up as i'm not prepared. I i will show this. I mean i feel like. I was misled this morning this early afternoon because i saw a status update from josh john whereas the monitor joshes quickly blocking you like okay. Ooh wow all has upped his photo game like manny better lighting. This week composition is pretty good. It's not centered. But it's okay and like you know like how did he get spectacular highlights of ketchup slightly over i and then and then later three hours later use post something else like Somewhat the worse for wear somewhat. I'm you pull this up. So i made a little image out of this. Yes three hours later. I get this picture How like a pie on the top of its. It's got to be honest. Yeah yeah so. It wasn't great It just it just obviously didn't what happened between the photos was one just picture from the online menu was just. I got it from facebook special for today. So they fought the photoshop. One special burger today. One singular. Okay yeah but you know the color. Sometimes my lighting is okay and you know it makes the bird kind of pop especially if there's more colors to it but this one is just olive-drab why everything is flat flat arable. Yeah yeah and so But no this is the The granddaddy of them all the frontier days rodeo burger and it is comprised of two quarter pound beef patty so a half pound of beef. Multiple onion rings Spicy barbecue sauce. Fresh jalapenos american cheese and finally in there. They've actually got bacon a massive. It's i see some there. Yeah it's Speaking on purpose trips crossed and this is this was a fantastic fantastic burger. I mean the these spicy barbecue sauce really went itself to all the other components and opinions gave it a nice bite crunch Onion rings come on.

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Kids Are Using Soda to Fake Positive COVID Tests

Kottke Ride Home

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Kids Are Using Soda to Fake Positive COVID Tests

"Kids in england are using soda and juice to fake positive cova tests so that they can get out of class just another example of kids applying their genius in excellent if not quite productive ways. Mark larcher professor of science communication in chemistry at the university of whole decided figure out. Why exactly this works. His you know apart from kids may be skewing. Some of the data and causing unnecessary alarm about outbreaks of their schools. It is potentially concerning that something like coca cola. Could trip the tests. I you should know that these are lateral flow tests. Lsat's in the states they're more commonly referred to simply as rapid tests as opposed to the pc are tests. That can take a few days to hear back at some cases. They're handed out for people to test themselves at home. They function a bit like pregnancy tests with two lines appearing on the device to indicate the presence of the virus. But of course. You're using a swab from your nose or throat. not you know. Pe- lords explains how the tests normally work in the conversation quotes. If you open up an elephant device you'll find a strip of paper like material called nitro cellulose and a small red pad hidden under the plastic casing below. The tea line absorbed to the red pad are antibodies that bind the cove in nineteen virus. They are also attached. To the gold nanoparticles. Tiny particles of gold actually appear red which allow us to see where the antibodies are on the device. When you do a test you mix your sample with liquid buffer solution ensuring the sample stays at an optimum ph before dropping it on the strip the fluid wicks up the nitra cellular strip and picks up the golden antibodies the latter also bind the virus if present further up the strip to the t. For test are more. Antibodies that bind the virus. These antibodies are not free to move. They're stuck to the nitro cellulose as the red smear of gold labeled. Antibodies passed the second set of antibodies. These also grab hold of the virus. The viruses then bound to both sets of antibodies. Leaving everything including the gold immobilized on a line. Next to the t. On the device indicating a positive

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Senate Panel Votes That Women Should Register for the Draft

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Senate Panel Votes That Women Should Register for the Draft

"Alright, Here we go. Senate defense budget. Their bill would require women to register for the draft. Have you heard this one? Mr List? My Catholic Italian. Mr. Producer says. Oh, yeah, I don't blame him. Oh, he is right. This is from New York Post They Senate panels. Newly approved defense budget includes a provision requiring women to register for the draft. There were a number of Republican senators on this committee. Who either did not vote. They weren't present or voted for this, and we're trying to figure out which ones Now those of you forget about PC and all the rest of the crap those of you with a daughter. Those of you with a little girl. Do you want that little girl to register for the draft? Of course you don't. Changes to the draft, officially known as the Selective Service system, were made official in the National Defense Authorization Act. The annual military budget bill, which the Senate Armed Services Committee announced it had approved on Thursday. The N D. A amends the military Select Service Act to require the registration of women for selective service. The U. S military has not instituted a draft since the Vietnam War, and Pentagon officials have repeatedly said they intend to keep US armed forces. All voluntary star men between the ages of 18 and 25 are legally required. Be registered with the Selective service system. Penalties for not doing so include losing access to federal financial programs for higher education. Actually, that would be a good thing, I think But the language strikes explicit references to men changing the requirement to all Americans. The change was originally proposed by Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Jack Reed of Rhode Island

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Will Valve's Steam Deck Really Change How PC Gamers Play Games?

Checkpoint Radio

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Will Valve's Steam Deck Really Change How PC Gamers Play Games?

"Week's show if he visited any gaming sites within the last few days, you've likely seen some sort of a headline talking about the valve steam deck, which is kind of like a Nintendo switch. But for PC games, Robbie was the stream that Robbie esteem Dick really changed the way PC gamers play games. Oh, that's a little bit of a loaded question. There may be well, let me just say my favorite headline that I saw since you mentioned that it was on a gaming websites. It was like a satire website like the Onion, but it said, uh, steam announces the new Nintendo switch pro. That's sort of what's happening. So Robbie tell us a little bit more about what the steam Deck even is to be good. Yeah, So I mean, look, if you're familiar with the switch, that's essentially what you're looking at, right there looking to create the same experience that you get from the Nintendo switch. But instead of you know, the switch games have to develop games specifically for that platform. Anything that's playable on computer should be playable on the steam deck. So you know, portable hand hand held claims to be able to run the latest triple A games, which, obviously not every Triple A game is going to be on the Nintendo switch. They say it completely your steam library anywhere. The doc is going to be sold separately. So if you wanna be able to play it on your T V, you will need to buy that. Whatever the price ends up being the deck is releasing in September and the cheapest version is going to be $399 now has a 70 screen. Same as what the switch does. Controllers don't detach, and some of the tech specs in it are actually comparable. To even the Xbox series X

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Netflix Wants to Play in the Gaming Industry

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Netflix Wants to Play in the Gaming Industry

"Week net flicks released. Its second quarter earnings. The company said it added one point five million new subscribers that's slower growth in the streaming giant has seen over the last several quarters but netflix also announced plans to expand into something new gaming in a letter to investors. The company said it views gaming as another new content category for it similar to how it expanded into original films animation and unscripted tv. So how hard will it be for netflix. To enter this new category joining us to discuss is tech reporter sara nadelmann. Hey sarah thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. So tell me why does net flicks wanna get into gaming. Netflix wants to get in gaming. Because it's a very lucrative business and games unlike. Tv shows and movies can provide entertainment for months or even years or longer Gained followers can update their games very easily over the internet with new maps new characters new modes of play so the really sticky and long lasting and so for netflix which is seen slice subscriber growth. It's really important that the company retain its users and of course add nuance. The other thing for netflix is that is facing a lot of stiff within the video streaming realm so You know user growth has been slowing and at the same time. It's facing its first serious challenges to his business. You have while disney's disney plus one or media's hbo max you have companies like apple amazon. They're spending aggressively on streaming content in the numbers. Go on hulu peacock. There's so many of them so a lot of these just didn't exist a few years ago. Netflix is looking for ways to expand. Business netflix is earnings. Were released the other day. What did that tell us about their gaming interests and how far they're going to take it on will. They confirmed that they're going ahead to focus on mobile games As opposed to consular. Pc games at least at the start and they will be free for subscribers so they won't be an additional

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Are Smart Phone Apps Ripping You Off?

Clark Howard Show

02:44 min | 3 months ago

Are Smart Phone Apps Ripping You Off?

"Both apple and google are being sued all over the place for how they run their stores. The app store the play store and what these two have been doing. Is they use their shared monopoly control over the ecosystem of phones to put up tollgates to rip you off a lot of cases. You're not even aware how much you're being ripped off their when you download an app that comes with this subscription or purchases. It's marked up an additional thirty percent for the toll that they have to pay the app. Developer has to pay to google or apple and this is so different than the era of the pc. The mac book the windows. Computer the chromebook that when you go to a website you use any function on your computer apple and google and the people who manufacturer chromebooks and all that they don't extract a toll and so the cost of anything you pay goes to who built that service now. This is a huge deal with apple self-dealing trying to rip people off on pandora and especially spotify to try to get iphone users to use apple music. It is true self-dealing where apple is able to grab all this money and google just as guilty in this area and microsoft who quietly has become one of the most valuable companies in the world again. I mean nobody really thinks about microsof- but microsoft has come up with a way to get around this on phones. That probably has google and apple. People furious where they've got a platform they've developed. Where on a phone. You'll be able to access things web-based that operate like apps and avoid the rip off thirty percent. Add on that you have to pay right now in the app store or in the play store and so no that with apps you're using that you're paying usually much more than you have to

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Israeli Spyware Maker Is in Spotlight Amid Reports of Wide Abuses

Cyber Security Headlines

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Israeli Spyware Maker Is in Spotlight Amid Reports of Wide Abuses

"Israeli firm uses windows zero days to deploy spyware microsoft and citizen lab have linked israeli spyware company. Candy also tracked as sour gum to new windows. Spyware dubbed devil's tongue deployed using now patched windows. Zero day vulnerabilities. Candy row is a secretive israel based company. That sells spyware exclusively. The government's explained citizen lab and their spyware can infect and monitor. Iphones androids max. Pc's and cloud accounts citizen lab also tied over seven hundred and fifty websites to kangaroos spyware infrastructure finding that many of these domains mimicked domains representing media companies and advocacy organizations including amnesty. International and. Black lives matter. Cyber attacks increased seventeen percent in first-quarter. Twenty twenty one with seventy seven percent being targeted attacks this according to a new positive technologies cybersecurity threats scape q. One twenty twenty one report cybercriminals typically attacked government institutions industrial companies and science and education institutions. The main motive for attacks on both organizations and individuals remains acquisition data. Other findings in the report include. That ransomware is still the malware that is most often used by attackers. That the most popular vulnerabilities for attackers. This quarter were microsoft exchange server acceleration and sonic wall. Vpn and that more cybercriminals are developing malware to conduct attacks on virtualization environments another unpacked bug in windows prince. Buhler microsoft is warning of another vulnerability in its windows print spooner that can allow attackers to elevate privilege to gain full user rights to assist them this follows they're patching of two other remote code execution bugs that collectively became known as print nightmare. Microsoft released a new advisory late. Thursday for the vulnerability tracked as cv. Twenty twenty one dash three four four eight one microsoft credited dragos vulnerability researcher jacob baynes for identifying the issue. The vulnerability exists when the windows print spoiler service improperly performs privileged file operations

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PC Perspective Podcast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

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"And it was top secret. How was the first time? You've watched it. I had never even heard of it. People were. Guy crushed in the car. Oh, yes. That's the funniest part in the entire film. Sadly, it's not like streaming on anything unless you pay for like, it's focused on. Gun fight was pretty up there. Josh. I don't know when we he comes walking through the door after he gets crushed. That's very police squad. Yeah. He does like to like seven twenty and then this falls over and on. Yeah. We don't want to give anything away have not seen it. Because it's it's fantastic. The funny watch it on YouTube or find it on the internet somewhere or rented. I rented it for like three dollars to watch her walk BUSTER, no like Amazon or I tunes for my tunes. But it was hilarious. Look for the DVD. Sure, my son will appreciate it in a year or two that come out eighties. Eighty eighty gas gonna say three eighty four still lasts to this day. One of my favorite parts, the Pinto. And I got that joke, actually. Go for about five years, thankfully, we. We're never rear ended the cow from the cover page cow in like rubber boots. I don't know why is this because it was a real cow. I'm pretty sure it was not like a animatronic. Just like walking around while they're doing like the voice overs because it's like supposed to be two men in a suit that is used a real Cowan said in put boots on it and the calcium very uncomfortable was like trying to figure out a walk. It's ridiculous. It's it's. Kind of a it's like one of the movies you'd expect from like Leslie Nielsen from that era. It's very it's it's hair plane. It's the yeah. Rector who did the scary movie series? Right. It's the sucker brothers, Jerry. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Jerry, another brother. Yeah. It's worth watching just for the opening musical sequence. Which is a parody of beach boys song. But I will not I will not. Anyway. All right. So nobody has anything else disclosed that another week of the PC perspective podcast. You can visit us at PC dot com. You can follow Josh on Twitter. Josh de Walworth though, forget the Josh. Autism important as cans D. But now. Anyway, Jim do you have anything else? I got nothing nothing except you know, you had dinner with ten Robinson. That's right. Yeah. Highlight of my life. We must in your Your goal. goal if Elvis Costello, I mean, we've all had our encounters. I haven't. That's true. Well, hey, I grew up with Dick Cheney true. He was a neighbor of yours. My my dad worked on his reelection campaigns. And so often come to our house when he was just a Wyoming rap. Yeah. Is nice guy. Okay. He may shoot his lawyer friends, but he's a nice guy. Shoot him in the face. Not just shoot them. We all know the first step with the lawyers. I mean. Yeah. Disagree with this. Now. So if there is nothing else, I will put a cap on this one. This is. This was the PC respective podcasts. And we will see you all next week.

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PC Perspective Podcast

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Josh you have pay who who else has the pick. I felt one Jeremy does. But he's he's before me. It's simply the reason that three D printers exists because who literally could live their life without a palm size Gatling elastic. Scroll down. There's a video it is just truly ridiculously silly this videos, titled Panera is elastic is it's the tiny elastic strip racism. Oh my God come on its motor. I didn't look that power was having a hard time knocking classic caps. Nice. That could be painful, but what it was doing those plastic cups did not look painful. Shoot your eye out kid. Well, that's the thing. You can't. You could probably go with a rubber band straight to the cornea. I mean, you know, your own natural twenty. But honestly, I mean it holds a lot of elastic. So someone's bugging yet your desk disturbed firing Ataman HR can't really complain that much 'cause you're not. Hurting. Great. All right. We're onto me. One terabyte drives for under a hundred and fifty bucks and they're fast. Yeah. It's sad. It's not in me. But I don't care. It's one terabyte. Well, that's my cold storage. Now. Yeah. It's a beautiful thing. I remember back in ten gigabyte dries. I thought they were big diamond max. Yeah. Maxtor still are big. And they had one of the first, you know, really affordable wants down Samsung, they're probably going to be along around a lot longer than than match door. But yeah, the age sixty Yvo is a quick drive for what you get one terabyte for under a hundred fifty bucks. It's good stuff. That is a great deal. But are are. We know let me see here. That's how much is that per gigabyte. No, ten cents now fourteen point seven nine nine cents per gigabyte. You more or less correct on that math? Yeah. Yeah. That is not tencent's for gigabyte. Josh. I don't care. It's still good for this point in time and Ryan's law. Don't stand around here. No more who's long. What town? Gonna say I've been having police quest. Nightmares since we started this podcast. Thank you. Jim. Oh. Long time to be. It was worth it though. Yeah. Kinda. I also have a copy here of divorce teaches typing. Oh. Devoid. It is it is completely unrelated to the divorce keyboard layout John St. divorce teaches typing it's like from nineteen ninety four. So if you wanna learn typing and get yelled at by an asshole, I mean, a lovable asshole. But an asshole. Beacon. We'll, but maybe this isn't a real person. Yes. He's not no video expose. Yeah. No, I did not. She was a model who was hired to just be like to pose for the cover of a game. Wow. That really hate us Mavis. So I my first love back. I mean, you could probably still hook up with her. If you. Maybe Jim did you have a pick this week or? No, no, you were late comer. I didn't I'll pick since I had dinner with Tim Robbins tonight. Well, I had dinner in the same restaurant that Tim Robbins was in. So I'm gonna say I had dinner with Tim Robbins. I recommend let me near him. But I'm going to recommend topgun because everyone thinks of Merlin from top gun when you think of Tim Roberts, Tim Robbins. We'll come in. Yeah. Mavericks, the movie maverick sequel. I don't know could be a disaster. But that's in production. Now, I think it's coming out later this year. Maybe next year sounds like a highway to the dangerous to me. Loggins back for the soundtrack. Do you think? He still with us. Going to be able to get lost so many musicians over the last couple of years. I'm not sure he's actually still with us. That's true. He he owns a travel agency with Eddie rabbit perfect. They got two tickets to the danger zone. Kenny Loggins alive and well, h seventy one. Okay. Actually know what interesting that you pick top gun, Jim because I'm gonna pick top secret. Here's the connection. Val Kilmer first movie, and it was ridiculous. Spoof of spy thriller movies. Never after that. I watched it for the part of last week..

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PC Perspective Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"They pro drivers if for some reason you wanted to switch from your like frontier addition, or what have you over to this card, which I think would be an interesting comparison anyway because frontier dish in was the sixteen gigabyte Vegas, sixty four sort of card that actually was released before Vegas xc four and so radio on seven counterpart of the m I fifty instinct card. So, but unfortunately, you still have to buy the instinct if you want all of the additional features and optimizations abor, some no hundreds look for a bios hack. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. How how is it that word like an hour end now? And we thought owes going to be a short show, and we're. Halfway through. Because we talked about sound cards for way too long. Her boasts. Yeah. And seeing very little I know I was saying very little I was trying to not go in depth. And it just kept talking. Right. Did. I don't know. Sure next podcast. More drivers exactly it's driver week at PC perspective, and we test drove actually haven't and saw these yet in video released the G force four eighteen dot ninety one driver. And this is important because it coincides with the battlefield five update which adds the L S support to the game. Then we've obviously at this point you've seen if you read our site or Harto CPA or any of the other sites out there. You've seen coverage of the L S. You've also seen coverage of Bellefield five and racing with our checks cards. So the.

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PC Perspective Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"And they said that it was going to be an update was going to be made available available to the board partners. And was going to be released through a dot com, which that's nice. Well, of course, they have to because they're also one of the partners because they're selling the card themselves. So as soon as that update is available. I don't believe it's available yet. Not yet. Then I was going to go ahead and flash that new bios on this card and hope for the best. But. Other than it means. The the salt Peter lining to the pile of was that it resume chatting about earlier this week. The pro driver is actually gonna work with radio seven. So a bunch of stuff because that was one thing like even your benchmarking you saw as a workstation card. It's actually pretty damn good for the price. So by going the opposite way of what we call them the video. Who are specifically blocking any of that professional level stuff from the retail cards, all of a sudden India sort of you know, possibly by accident. Hopefully, not allowing you to some of the advantage of the radio on pro driver on your radio on seven, which is kinda neat. As long as they stick with it. And I hope they do it kind of hurts their current professional Elena cards, which hasn't really been refreshed yet. But it it it gives you a reason to buy it other than the gaming performance. We all know where it sits on the charts. I feel like I feel like you're just setting yourself up for more disappointment. Jeremy y'all I think I am because they clarified their stance on the professional drivers. It was reading is non tech who wrote this particular one that I saw there, basically, enabling the whole one driver thing..

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PC Perspective Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"But if you have a need for this. If you're worried about taking your tax forms to the accountant, you don't want to leave him unencrypted, if you've got people if you're gonna company environment, you don't trust people to deal with offer encryption. It's something to take a look at. It's not the only product out there the market, but it's it's one of a handful that do this sort of keypad base. No Soffer required encryption and all things being equal. It's it's pretty good. He can get them now from Amazon in the the US prices ranged from sixty dollars two hundred and forty five again, not the best price, but you're paying you can't think about it. It's interesting paying for capacity you're paying for security. So if it's valuable to you in that context, it's worth taking a look has it compared to iron key haven't haven't used them. So I I don't know any a-. A firsthand impression. This is the first style. Of product like this that I actually ever got a chance to use hands on. So I don't have a better answer that I've had I I was given an iron key for my job. Three years ago. And yeah, it's it's all kind of software base you got installed iron key software. You gotta make sure you remember your decoding password. Otherwise, you just reform at the whole damn thing. But you have the price was high and the performance was. The perfect combination. Okay. Real quick. We'll look at the pulse. Fire corps is hyper mouse by took a look at last week and just to give you the basics. This is kind of it sits at the forty dollar price point. That's the full Emma Sarpi. And if you look at what hyper already offers, they have a f PS mouse, which is round thirty dollars enough PS pro which is sixty and then they're high end pulse. Fire surged I think is around sixty nine dollars has the three hundred sixty degree RGB lighting in the the higher end own run switches, but the in the pulse. Fire core. What you're basically getting is like an F PS that somewhere in between the F PF PS Perot. So it's like, maybe like the pro junior or an F PS. Plus, so if you the obstacle sensors a little bit higher and model that goes up to sixty two hundred DP, I. So the max speed is higher. The acceleration is the same. The pulling rates the same a lot of this is a little bit smaller product, though, it's actually much closer to the size of the surge mouse. So it's a it's a symmetrical design. I my biggest takeaways from this were it's very very light. Like, it's the the entry level mouse for corsair. They just you just review this one. Jim what is their entry level? The. Which they they had heart harpoon, though, they had the harpoon wired which they had on the market already. And then they just the Hyperion wireless. Okay. They also have the iron claw as well. At the same price point. I think okay. The harpoon I think is around eighty seven or eighty five grams sexually lighter than this. This is only eighty seven grams, which I'm used to a mouse, it's around one hundred. So this felt extremely light. And it has big pads on the bottom that are very smooth. And it was like you could throw this thing off your desk with you know, as you're moving around, very, very light. If you're okay with that actually found that the blend of the sensor that they use with the default resolution settings which they move up and increments of like four hundred or eight hundred you can set it anything you want in the software. This is one of those mice that is software enabled like you. Go into the software you can change the little logo to any color you want or turn off the color. You can change what any of the seven buttons are assigned to you can create macro 's and save them to the mouse any of the buttons. So it's very flexible and. The actual form of the is great like the exhilarated felt good. Like like, I said it to a lower sensitivity setting. I kept minded around twenty four hundred DP..

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PC Perspective Podcast

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Highrise music kind of replacing the need to have dedicated external devices, I think a lot of people who are really into high end audio. Does that take banana cable? Kibble? Oh, no. There's no there's no speaker outputs on this. Josh, let's set big thing in the middle headphone, Jack O, the big headphone, Jack, not the three and what three three point five millimeter. But the big. Big one. The big big one with the black around is the quarter inch headphone, Jack. Yeah. Okay. There's also a toss link out you can you can pass digital sound out of this. If you wanted to send sound to like your theater receiver like if you're using this as an HD PC, and you wanted to do five point one surround out but toss I mean, anybody who's into this probably knows like that's very limited like the obstacle. Coaxial a better connection if you wanna do higher bit rate sound because you're you're limited to digital. And I I'm pretty sure you cannot do on compressed multi channel sound you can do like unimpressed linear, PM stereo or two point one channel. But don't think you can do five point one on compressed on optical. You got to be coded. But yeah, it can. But eating writes, the you'll DVD standard six hundred and forty KP s per channel. Which is fine. It's like double the highest quality MP3.. But no, you're not doing like uncompetitive multi-channel pass through over optical, actually. Yeah. I don't know. I see in the chat asking what format the? Obstacle supports. I believe it's just whatever the stream is is just a straight passer. But I'll test that I don't I have not tried that yet I was focused just on the analog output out of this thing and the sound from this is fantastic. And I've I've used a bunch of different sound cards. I I've been using extra card from creative x fi HD USB cards, and I specifically bought it to do recording. It was going to digitize some of the few like actually all analog records that I have and make resins them in the analog to digital converter in that creative card is actually pretty good. But one of the reasons I chose that over something else was because I thought it had dual oscillators would have like clock generators for both forty four one in forty eight kilohertz strived like. Sample rates, and it physically does on the board. But it's not enabled and software. It's it's maddening. So I've seen a few of them. I know Seuss makes at least like their current high end. All you hearts have loss leaders at least one of them does. And this one does that was one of the things I was asking all these questions because this is like right up. My alley when I was E G A M like the engineer from audio. No, the UK like audio file hi-fi component company that helped design this was there. And basically the breakdown I got was that this is pretty much a USB three point oh card. It's it's bridge to expresses in. S media bridge chip in here, and it's essentially a high end external sound card four express. So it's it's kind of interesting..

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PC Perspective Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Anyway. That's all I have. It's all yet while surviving. It'll be over soon. Thank you know, what I'm not getting any male. They've suspended mail delivery. Fedex. There was a package today. I just got like a circumstances beyond our control delay. Update. So I'm just I'm bet you if you phone Pizza Hut. It's still there in thirty minutes. I don't know. I always seventeen year old kid is Honda. I went for a drive today after my wife got back from work and I'm driving around town. I was actually making my way to the post office because I thought I could go pick up my mail. I got notification that there was two packages waiting for me and the post office, it's closed. It was a like a a printout taped to the door seeing that they left at three pm. Like four forty five and the streets are deserted. I saw like two people very few cars street is just pack ice and half. The businesses are closed. Those feel like I mean, there's nothing to do here except run benchmarks keep myself warm. I guess I'm not getting anything. I'm cut off from the outside world. How back when I was like fourteen or fifteen in the boy scouts. We went camping negative forty. Why nobody tougher back. Then while so true. You know, what I haven't? I haven't seen a single mosquito in the last couple of days. This is wonderful. Yeah. Excellent. All right. Well, nobody has anything else. I'll call it a podcasts. So join us please next week. We'll do this whole thing again and have more sock about PC per dot com. Is the name of the website to go to to read the reviews and guide to this podcasts at usual places. And that's all I've got I will see you guys next week.

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PC Perspective Podcast

10:00 min | 3 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Friendly. Moving on how this was interesting that I I won't go too crazy into this. Because I've probably already talked more than I should on twitch. So if you wanna hear about ten more minutes of us talking about audio, Patrick, and I went into great links discussing audio with the introduction. They got into sound cards. We'd seen EV J teasing something new on Twitter. And it was like this coroner shot of something with a lens flare behind it. Like like, this is looks like a video card, maybe a cooler. I don't know. And then it sound car when they invited us out. And they said, you know, we're gonna unveil a new product category. And all I thought was please don't be gaming chairs. Please don't be gaming. Thank god. You don't want to carry that home? No, no. Thank god. It wasn't gaming shares. And not only wasn't given shares. It was something pretty cool. You know? I just thought of something. Jim just interrupt for moment the ultimate CAS swag gaming chairs just collapsed one down strap. It's your back in the walk around with it for the rest of the day. Although I gotta say after trekking around CS, my my first CBS getting one of those little motorized scooters if so if a company were to give me a little motorized scooter that I could get around in. That'd be pretty cool. I think you know, what not only that. But you know, I hope they are lines aren't listening to our podcast, but you know, one of those scooters would give preferential seating on the plane you'd be one of those passengers who needs a little extra time. I don't mean. Like, the rascal. I mean like you stand on the rascal or go home. No, the ones that kids use like that fold up, but. You know, have a little bit of a motor at him. And you kick like the one that Owen Wilson us in Zealander. Oh god. I don't remember seeing that has slowed. Of like, the razor scooter trays and like tricks with his raiders razor scooter like flipping around the base of it and stuff anyway. You know, what they anybody could offer that would piss ninety percent of the people off. That's the ES. Their own branded roller bag that when you walk around the show with all your stuff and the roller bag behind you and cutting people off and smashing into ankles. They put a stop to roller bags like the new security like I think two or three years ago. I don't see any roller bags anymore. Oh, well, that's be new to me. I saw some don't Mark. Thank you. I don't remember. If I saw them in the expo center if it was just between the casino like it's all just like shoulder bags stuff now anyway back to back sound cards. And this is I I love it at the same time. I'm like worried that they're not going to get a lot of traction necessarily at this price. This is a premium product. So he look at it from from two different sides. And there's another product we're talking about shortly. That's the same argument. It's from the audio file side. It's a bargain and for the consumer side while this is really expensive. So it's two hundred forty nine dollars. Did we say the name? Is the EV g a new sound renew audio sound and you knew audio. It's a discrete PC. I expressed sound crime sound card. It's PC. I expressed. Yes. Actually, technically internally it's USB device. That's bridge to be expressed. But it's it's. Like three D, you processing, it's just pure audio. It's pure two channel audio and one and I was loving it. And I was talking to founder who is a big audio file himself and has like a vintage system with like literal theater. Nineteen thirties theater. Speakers in his listening room with an all tubes at up and just just wonderful to talk to him. And to learn about his interest in audio and how this is translated into a new product category for them. But this is there's a company called audio note in the UK. And. They make high end audio stuff where their entry level, you know in. If you read like audio file, magazines and things are you go to any of these websites that sell the products, you know, that like a a a deal on an integrated amplifier from auto companies like two grand, and you're gonna be paying two to four thousand dollars for a pair bookshelf speakers, but they had essentially an entry level system for for them on display, and it was literally just being driven by a PC. Just a built P C J case running all EV J stuff, including the sound card and the sound was phenomenal. Of course. And it was like walking into a suite at like an audio show the way that it was kind of setup. And when you sat in the sweet spot by the nice stereo imaging and stuff. It reminds me of why positional audio like three D DSP stuff is it makes such a huge difference. When somebody enables. It because very often if you're using motherboard audio or a less expensive sound card. The sound is so narrow and flat in stereo that you pretty much have to enable some sort of spatial effect for it to sound really wide and really engaging. So this thing that I did some headphone demos listening to on the speaker. And it's it's it's really really good. It sounds like a component like you. I like you'd almost expect there to be a dedicated adak under the table, and it was just coming out of the back of the sound card. So I mean, you can read the review or not the review the preview on the site. The the little news post that I wrote up that shows some of the different pictures, they they have of like internal components and things like the really fancy capacitors and power regulation and stuff and it uses it uses a high end Dak it's an AK M AK forty four ninety three and high end op amps and all that good stuff. So if you're interested in like loss, Luis music or just really. Really high quality and the numbers like I wonder if these numbers are on their site somewhere, but they were showing those audio precision measurements that you'd seen like a stereo five magazine, they took these thing on the output and just crazy like singles noise ratio of over one hundred twenty with very very low distortion well beyond the audible spectrum like minus one hundred thirty db, virtually no inter modulating distortion just incredible numbers for even a a standalone Dak coming out of a sound card. So at that point, I'm thinking to fifty is a bargain, but for the average customer pricing out a build, this is a very very high end options focused. Yes. So for somebody like me they've found their market. But the I'm I'm weird. I admit it. Yeah. I faced that. And they mentioned too that this is an area because it's such a passion for the founder and for lots of the people in the company. This is just the start. Of what they wanna bring. They wanna focus on audio. So this is something that that is an introduction to a new area for them, which I think is very well, they could come out with a lower cost version. They could come up with the USB version. I mean, internally this already is USB. So that I'm sure we'll see down the road. It's just it's interesting VGA, they they weren't like a pioneer in like the add in board market. But when they came in. They started making compelling stuff VGA is one of those sorta Goto brands for for graphics cards, and motherboards and things. So it's it's interesting interesting to see them get into sound, but moving on Jim you met with riven networks. I believe. Yeah. The killer networking people, and they have I know in the past there. We've talked about kind of like the obviously there's ten gigabit, but then on copper you can go to like five two and a half. Yeah. So there's it depends on on the the controller that you're using. But there's there's ten and then there is controllers that can negotiate at two point five and five as well as ten and sometimes just a two point five, and that's what we've got here it. Okay. The killer brand has been around since the early two thousands. It was initially independent company that released a discrete card network card that you had mixed reviews. Some people say that didn't do anything some people said it had its own heat sink. Yes. And but the point was offload your network processing so that you can ensure that your computers CPU can is dedicated to the game. So you're not wasting any processing on your networking, and then that evolves made sense because this was a time. Mercy pews were single core. Yeah. And dual core was just coming out in what two thousand five two thousand six. And so they later on got acquired by Qualcomm, and they had some product releases with them, and they started to focus more on. The software side is still hardware solutions, obviously. But more about software and doing like U S, but gave gaming focus Culas making sure that the priority is is off your game packets. And then, but they've been gigabit they've been gigabit and they've had wireless products as well. And their wireless products actually use Intel harbor now. So it's not the the old days whereas like choose between Intel and one of these others. It's you know, you get killer software with into hardware. But this new new processor coming out, which is a wired Nick, where do you think? I'm sorry. I'm being accosted by a cat here.

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PC Perspective Podcast

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"That twenty five hundred dollars steelcase. So it's kind of interesting like you have more options. And then you have the option of one that has memory 'cause I know the idea was just up and down, and we had one we those infiltrators had one at the old office. That was the studio desk was nikea basic up and down desk, and it was fine. It wasn't didn't feel sturdy as this one. And the other thing is is that it was loud and the motion was very. Abrupt rough I should say where motor sorta jerk. I it wasn't that bad. But it was just it wasn't. You felt it shake, and it was loud. You could hear it with this one. It's you can hear it. But it's very smooth. And it's got this kind of nice ramp. So very slowly ramps up to speed. And then when it comes to stop it slows down, it's just it feels like a premium product. But it's at a price point. That's at least the last time. I was shopping for this stuff those price point. That's that's well below the comparisons the competitive, I've looked at erga mic monitor stands with like keyboard. And mouse attachments that were more than this. So. Yeah, that world it gets very very very pricey when it's business oriented. Yeah. I've never liked those ones sort of tach -ment that that all and keyboard, go up they they never feel. I've tried a couple of I've never felt right? All right. Jeremy? Well, as a man once famously misquoted fool me once shame on me fool me twice won't get fooled. Again. I love I love that quote. It is it's still a brilliant one. So last year those who bought the large tech hub for the smart home. We're giving a wonderful Christmas surprise where they're told that Yar sercurity certificate expired, and we're not gonna bother to renew it. So you're gonna have to buy a new piece of hardware from us. This was not well received strangely enough. They did back off and offered a significant discount to anyone who was going to upgrade to the new harmony hub, which was released in twenty nineteen. Going back just a couple of days ago. They did it again. Similarly, anyone who is using their harmony hub with a variety of XM p p plug ins. So that they can control things that weren't Logitech products on our homes were suddenly locked out. And boom anything that wasn't specifically Logitech API and a logic product. You simply couldn't do it. And most people by smart home, screw around with it. That's why you get it. You can make strong bad lights from your light bulbs and do all sorts of fun things. So taking all that away was pretty nasty again they backed off for it quickly and said, okay. Well, we'll make it a beta program you have to opt into. And if you do all of your old stuff will work, which in a way is kind of nice because it means that people don't really know what they're doing Arkan often to they won't have to worry about nasty strangers installing it. It's just this is the second time that Logitech done this. So because I couldn't find a pick. I'm going with an anti pick. Which is honestly if you're looking for a smart home hub Logitech pretty much said that it's not the way to go. I love their mice. I just don't understand what they think they're doing. And I'm not looking forward to what happens next Christmas. So if you're shopping around I strongly suggest don't don't buy it. It's the best way to discourage them from doing. This is just not by their thing until they stop doing this sort of thing. All right. Well, okay. Something Josh, which you get what do I have?.

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PC Perspective Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"It's gonna be I'll add all that some overlay here in in post. So Gotcha that but. Awesome long time ago. But who's next is? It me is it Jim you here before me. So yeah, you should go. I I'm trying to think of what I actually discovered the site. I didn't actually join until early two thousand fourteen I is one of the things where because Ryan was doing. Of course, the PC perspective podcast, which I didn't know yet. I had just start listening to podcast very late getting into this early two thousand nine and I was listening to like I was searching for podcasts that dealt with either computers technology, and I found force sock recommendation was like this we can tack. So I was listening to that. And then like what else he has a whole network. Okay. What else is on here and only okay security now almost this thing called this week in computer hardware, and listen to that. And then when Ryan would talk about something that was interesting, then I would go to the site and read about it. And then I was getting more and more. More enthusiastic about it. Again. I'd give it up computer hardware for probably three or four years at one point just working all the time. And I had started on like the socket a era. I was doing like socket a builds and then moved onto the or not a slot. A and then I moved onto socket a like the early Thunderbird stuff. And then I just kind of like stood Pat on that stuff for a while and was mostly gaming on consoles for a while in. This was very motivational for me. I was like SSD's really got me back into it. And then seeing how far graphics cards had gone in like the last four or.

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PC Perspective Podcast

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"That's a nice upgrade path that puts Ray, tracing and more people's hands. Because that's where we're at. We're at that point. Now where this is the future. I mean, right. It's it's that's how long it takes to get. There is a question, but the more Ray tracing capable views. We can put the more GP's with dedicated Richardson, hardware, we can put into the market the better. I agree with you on being the future. Because if you think about the the story of three D, it's always seems like what we had available to us on the P C was a very very small subset of what was being used in like professional production for like three D visual effects. And then, of course, three d animated movies starting with Toy Story in the mid nineties. So Ray tracing is of course, used for big budget three d effects and movies. But it's like rendered over time. The idea of doing it in real time at home is kind of crazy still, and I I need a I probably see a lot more titles that support it before, you know, it really becomes a mainstream thing. But right now, we have battlefield five course is the one that everybody's using the test this we have a dedicated Ray tracing benchmark coming which will be nice. But what else is out there what besides battle? Five where are you race racing? Raider rarely does. Okay. No. It's already a pretty good-looking game to actually. That would be. All right. I'll have to look at that. There's so many things I'm gonna try try this OC scanner thing. And I wanted to try a bunch of, you know, special effects and things, but. In the brief time that I've served as editor chief so far I've had very little time to actually play with anything like I took those architects twenty eight and twenty seventy cards home. And I haven't been able to do anything with them yet. No shadow of the tomb raider for me, unless it's to staring at a benchmark. Yes, you will do much of that. This is your life now. And I know. It's it's cool to have hardware, but it's not as cool to actually, you know, test and write about it ad nauseam. Right. I just feel like I'm being punished because I got it home. And then it was like get ready for the holidays. And then it was the holidays. And now, it's the s I played no games. Of course. My do play games. I'm playing stuff that would run on probably a relatively powerful calculator. So like matrix mystique? Yeah. Yeah. I do want our audio listeners just briefly check out the video of this this episode and look at Sebastian setup. 'cause you if you've watched our episode video shows you've seen where he's in the same location. He has always been. And you wouldn't know it. It's it's those special effects. We're talking about. I'm actually being Ray traced right now in this three D rendered environment. Wow. So that's actually your basement now. Yeah. Wow. That's good. That's fast paint job. You got on there and new Ikya, desks? And well, those are the same ones I've had before this is what I what I've actually tried to do is recreate the office that I used to have before my son was born and kicked me out of my office is my wife insisted that he had his own room. Like why he's so small isn't need his own room. Well, we're seeing the basement basement. Yeah. Yeah. You could. Speaking of speaking of the basement little anecdote for everybody here. My son I found him down here yesterday. I lost him in my house. I have a very small house. It's seven hundred and eighty square feet. I couldn't find him. What's that? You've got a very small son to I do and I couldn't find him anywhere in the house. And I started to freak out the front door is still closed. Locked back door is closed. The I walked to the basement door was closed, and it has one of those like safety handle things on it. So we can open it. I couldn't find him. And I finally just went down to the basement, and he was just walking around. He had an iphone, and he was watching octa noughts, and he was just messing around with stuff down here..

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PC Perspective Podcast

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"But as I continued reading it kind of hit me, this is arm with SM t that this is they've never done that before Dave from never arrived that as an option. So it it seems like this is actually kind of huge, especially if. Moving forward. They have any kind of presence or desire to kind of presence in like the desktop world. Like, I've I wonder how long it will take before this shows up in mobile, first of all or what systems will be able to take advantage of SMTP or if they already can I think it'd be that hard for Android. Yeah. I think they're already they can support us some tea, but you know, it's S T. It's a it's a strange kind of bird. It especially when you're talking mobile stuff because you've got these you know, kind of pipelines the clock up and down. And when you're doing S, M T type processing. Are kept at full utilization. Or is you know as as utilized they can. And so you don't get any of those kind of power savings that we see with mobile, so in Yellen theory, it could eat more our, and, you know, have a higher Durham lend below just because you're you have a greater utilization of the CPU's. And yeah, it it. It's going to really depend on the application and why they put it in with cars. Not such a big deal. Have an extra threads is a nice thing having greater utilizations find in the cell phone. I mean, that's why we've got big cores little cores. And if you add SM tea into the mix, it's going to make things a lot more complex. I mean, if you really think about it. So. It's nice to have that there. There's more tricks to get Nissim t to work well than than, you know, just kind of adding it in. I wonder if this is not really destined for mobile so much as it would be well, obviously, this is server servers servers and cars would be fine. Is this is I'm I'm looking for actual there's no actual power numbers here. This has to take up a lot more power than the abbot. A lot of power for arm doesn't even come close to minimum power for amd ear Intel. True. Anyhow, if you're interested. There's quite a bit of information about that arm has published a paper about this, apparently, which is the source that article so check it out just thought it was kind of interesting. You know, here we have our which is looking more and more just like a regular, you know, kind of processor option and not just a mobile low-power part. A very interesting conversation with to my cousins, which are financial advisers. They were for investors group and handle millions and millions of dollars. And they were actually asking me about arm because all of a sudden it's popping up on their investment portfolios as something you want to invest it. And then like what I've never heard of these guys before the hell are you talking about like? Like one of the biggest frost a company on the planet. You just don't know it and to try to explain how they're meeting like they're trying to get into the server industry by raising the amount of powered raw them power. They're producing versus everyone's favourite AMD and Intel which we've heard about trying to lower their power draw. And also, I think they're going to be looking into it because like this sort of product from arm really does make them attractive not just as techies, but you know, as companies looking to invest in the future. Although I'm not looking forward to trying to figure out which of the hundred and twenty processors in a big array was the one that died in I need to replace it. But it will die the whole rack. Point. Well, it's only forty bucks, but the hell rice. This is disposable cards at this point, you pull it out this it looks like a stick memory system. Whatever the traces on the curb word like that. That's kinda neat. Well, I don't have a clever transition, but another piece of interesting news that was actually came out a few days ago. Nvidia OC scanner this is an API that they released with their RT X series of cards that was already in you know, MSI after burner for automated over clocking. And no likes to let you overclock things. You're not supposed to this. They do and I have always appreciated it. But now apparently the latest beta it's a after burner. Four dot six dot zero beta ten. Offers full PASCAL support..

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PC Perspective Podcast

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"And the problem is that you can't just get the two hundred and overclock it or can you which is the follow up story here as Jeremy posted. And Jeremy you had said what was it MSI? I wonder if this has already been corrected if if they've sent out a bios update. But if that bios version is still available, or if you know someone who was smart enough to grab it, right? You will be able to unlock these g processors, which is something that was not allowed before. And we kinda thought maybe this was based on the processor in the processor itself wasn't going to be able to let you overclock. But it's on one hundred percent proven that if you're running a before fifty or three fifty from MSI, you can update their latest bios, and all of a sudden you can unlock it and jump bumping that the fifty five dollar two hundred g that we were just talking about up to three point eight gigahertz base for free is a little bit nicer than pan to a, you know, an extra twenty bucks for bit more frequency, and we haven't seen the two forty or the to twenty. So we don't know if they can get a little bit better as well. So I mean, if you see the bios grab it hold onto it, you might need it or friend might need it. So is this multiplier unlocking you're talking about? About changing the multiplier and getting the free overclock that way or is this like brace basically Quincy like based clock. It was. Well, I mean, it looks like it's multiplier. They didn't get show. Interesting is I was hoping they'd show pictures of the of the bios and they dent, right? They're using the MSI click by all center face, but you can see there. The ratio is what they were changing. Okay. So the assumption is that's what it is. It's not that you can actually change your the actual bus beat on it. That's odd. Because you'd think well if it's multiplier locked that's at the CPU level. You think reminds me of core unlocking, which was my favorite thing about AMD processors back in two thousand eight nine pencil required. Well, even what was it. I bought a Semper on one forty. I think it was the one just a single core like thirty thirty five dollar processor. And you could unlock the second corps, and then overclock the snot out of it. So I was running at close to four gigahertz pretty stable my windows XP machine with two cores. But yeah. Well, this this didn't something like this happened on Intel side a few years ago to. Remember the ships. That's one one motherboard had an update that accidentally enabled it. And it was I think this was back in the days when they were going to try and charge you for that little unlock card to let you overclock your CPU by a little bit. I think it was. I mean, it was something to do with like it was a non K part. But. On this particular board, and with that particular firm where it could be unlocked, and it wasn't that let me it was within the last five years. I think. But yeah. So. Not official though don't count on it being they're getting if you can't. It. But yeah, if you can hey free free speed on a fifty five dollar processor pen in the two hundred Gs the only one available currently so simulate that two forty right now. Another bit of kind of a blast from the past was Dell which this is this news is a week old now, but del without an IPO is now once again a publicly traded company. It was kind of interesting weird laws down there. Yeah. This scenario apparently something about their holdings in VM ware and through this buy back or able to. I won't even pretend to understand exactly how this happened, but it did happen, and they opened up at forty six dollars a share. Rough time of year to do that pretty volatile lately. Year for all the people used to be stockholders until Michael Dell bought it back and suddenly alley. Let's invest in this again. Well, hey, your investment would pay off because they're currently trading at forty seven dollars and twelve oaks..

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PC Perspective Podcast

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Dollars. You can check it out over at the wounding dot IO website, hooting, his w OT. I n g. Deeply they're not calling the follow up the tooting. It has some interesting the possibilities. I guess analog. You would think that via software you could have very fine control over actuation point. Maybe since they're measuring the the reflections measuring the height somehow. I mean, you can have it is, you know, instead of you know, like in racing games. You can be an actual keyboard racer because you'd have control over breaking in exceleron. Yet, you you can't adjust the actuation point. But the total travel distance is very minimal. So in any said, you get used to it. But if you're gonna if you switch between keyboards often, or your I sit down to it, you you you have to really have a feather touch in order to truly take advantage of the of the space, you have to depress the key in and get that that level of of input that you're looking for. Yeah. I mean, I've been married for twenty years. And there's a reason for that. Oh, terrible. Yeah. We know what isn't terrible sheep AMD processors. AMD announce availability of their Athlon processor with Vega graphics API users and based the two hundred g e series, although thus far only the two hundred GE is for sale anywhere that I've seen actually on new right now looking and I don't see the two twenty or. Just the two hundred. But what these are. You're basically getting dual core for thread parts with. I think these all have the same graphics core. They'll have a three see you graphic score running at one gigahertz. These are all thirty five watt parts. So what these kind of looked like to me is this this is in at thirty five watts. That's like high end mobile where you know, Intel's high end mobile stuff goes up to forty five watts. I think the h k or is it H Q parts. So this these almost could be notebook parts or small form factor. PC parts many PC parts if they're actively cooled, but certainly for some sort of lower power application, it provides some interesting possibilities in the market, depending on exactly what form factor, you're going. After what you're building with it. But. That's a nice little. It's a nice little option for only fifty five bucks for two hundred GE. And of course, you know, when they when they start, you know, pumping these things out, and it's going to be cheaper three point two gigahertz is not exactly extremely fast. But for the kind of application, you're looking at it's still going to be of decent gaming processor. It's. You know going to have graphics on there. I mean, if you want to build a little machine for mom and dad, then this is certainly something you can do and be extremely inexpensive. And I, but you know, still snappy. It'll to still have good three d capabilities and support you get up there with the two twenty in to forty. Yeah. Yeah. And the only difference is just the clasping team up was he goes up a little bit. You're paying ten bucks for two hundred megahertz base..

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PC Perspective Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"pc" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Switching between a controller and a keyboard. Most AAA titles do but you may encounter some. That don't also in terms of the the what you get it's one hundred sixty dollars and the keys that come with. It. Chris noted are not great key caps. They're single single shot a thin plastic. You can buy better. He's so there's an option for an upgrade there. But you're going to have to factor factor in that cost because you're probably not going to be happy at this price point with the keys. You get. Another another option is you can you can customize RGB and stuff, but they don't have like per game macro support yet. And they've been promising that for I think he said over a year, but they have at least to get. So you're not for a gaming because this kind of the feature set here is like hardcore gamer and. You'd think that they would kind of support that stuff. The macro stuff is is pretty pretty crucial to that market. But they don't have it. So that's going to be a limitation there as well. Again. It's not that they couldn't implement it. It's it would be a software thing. But they haven't gotten around to getting that software out in there already promoting the replacement through this the wounding to but overall he says he likes it. It's if you're missing that analog input that that sort of precise gradual ramping of your your movement and games. Check it out. It's a ten kilos keyboard one hundred sixty dollars, but because of its limitations because it doesn't work with every game because it is ten kilos you might want the number pad, and because the lack of macaroni and stuff you may want to skip on this one. But but so it didn't win an award or anything, but it's something to consider. It's a very unique and promising development in the keyboard market, which has been pretty stale in terms of like there's lots of features lots of. Software, all kinds RGB's, but the basic here's how you input through a computer earth or keyboard into into a computer that hasn't changed in years and decades, and this is a big shift there. So this is the first step not perfect. But something to check out and that's the wounding one analog optical keyboard one hundred sixty.

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