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"sarah tom" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i i think that there is a large scale trending minutes happening in a lot of technology now and that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself now. How many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. All right tell us about the deep deep blue ocean sarah tom. I'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the on trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft body connected by flexible wires components put on larger.

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i think that there is a large scale trend. Anything that is happening in a lot of technology now that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself now. How many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. Yeah all right. Tell us about the deep deep. Blue ocean sarah tom. I'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft body connected by flexible wires students put on larger boards.

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Showhttps://dailytechnewsshow.com/

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i i think that there is a large scale trend. Anything that is happening in a lot of technology now and that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself. Now how many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. All right tell us about the deep deep blue ocean. sarah. Tom i'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft body connected by flexible wires components put on larger.

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i think that there is a large scale trend. Anything that is happening in a lot of technology now and that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself. Now how many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. All right tell us about the deep deep blue ocean. sarah. Tom i'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of stalefish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft body.

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i i think that there is a large scale trending minutes happening in a lot of technology now and that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself now. How many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. Yeah all right. Tell us about the deep deep. Blue ocean sarah tom. I'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft.

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i think that there is a large scale trend. Anything that is happening in a lot of technology now that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself now. How many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. Yeah all right. Tell us about the deep deep. Blue ocean sarah tom. I'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft.

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i i think that there is a large scale trending minutes happening in a lot of technology now and that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself now. How many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. All right tell us about the deep deep blue ocean sarah tom. I'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the mariana trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft.

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Device to be like you need to be managing your device in the cloud and then send it into our device and we'll manage from there. Yeah but if somebody's like. I want my home to be smarter. I mean and you're like oh but i. I like amazon voice assistant. Or i like google's home services offer ends. I mean this is somewhat limiting. Yeah i think that there is a large scale trending minutes happening in a lot of technology now and that is a collapsing that we might have. We might have been added point over the last year or so. Where the most things that are scattered were going to exist and both inside the iot community and social networks and streaming services that the next trend is all right. The business model has proven itself now. How many ways can these things work together. That's what the market pressure is here for. So i i think it would be nice if we could have a lot of ways that you didn't have to worry about how these things would connect with each other but i don't know for ready for that yet. Yeah all right. Tell us about the deep deep. Blue ocean sarah tom. I'm i'm ready to circuit. Boards fail at intense pressures such as in the deep deep ocean meaning that ocean exploring robots need lots of bulk to protect their circuitry. But we might be getting somewhere. A report in nature describes a team of chinese researchers operating the soft bodied robot in the deep ocean during a successful ten kilometer. Ride down into the march on trench. If you're not familiar. It's about two hundred kilometers east of the mariana islands and also the deepest oceanic trench on earth. It's deep the researchers were also inspired by species of snails fish that appear to have adapted over time to being in deep water would schools that. Don't close off entirely in order to survive the immense pressure in such deep butter a soft bodied robot can mimic this flexibility by splitting up circuit boards among different locations in the soft.

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00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Spotify to test paid podcast subscriptions this spring via new Anchor feature

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"That's wonderful. I was supposed to go there in June but I didn't well, let's check out the mail bag instead. That's Mohan writes in and says I am really loving know a little more. That's Tom's game show that he's he's been doing for some months now. So we're glad to hear that Mohan. He says got me thinking since Mozilla recently laid off 25% of its staff and the Rays of blink powered browsers. I think it makes a good episodes a future episode where browser engines are explained with Trident Edge HTML Presto retired. They're really only three now mozilla's gecko used by Firefox and took a HTML forked webkit used by Safari and gnome web formerly known as Epiphany and webkit Spork blink used by pretty much every other browser Chrome Opera Edge and Vivaldi. Yeah, That's a great one. I actually wrote him back and was like, this is this is a good idea. I'm putting it on the list. I don't know exactly when I'll get around to it. But if you're a patron you already get know a little more whenever there's a new one out on Thursdays. It just goes wrong. To your patreon feed, but if you're not a patron you can get it for free just go to your podcatcher of choice and look for know a little more as we mentioned earlier in the show. We just had one on gig the exact on Ami and maybe five and the borello test and all of that. Yeah, good feedback and speaking of feedback. If you want to send us an email you get an idea. You got something on your mind got a question feedback Daily Tech news show., as where to send that email also shout out to patrons that our master and Grandmaster levels including Martin James Degrassi a Daniels and Dustin Campbell. Shall we check in with Len Peralta who has been drawing the show today Len. What have you drawn for us today? You know and let me just say before I start that last summer. I upgraded my home theater to Dolby Atmos and also HDR 4K and it is it's pretty phenomenal but that's not what I true today this week Sarah Tom and I shared a little moment watching a music TV and it brought back some good old memories of both the eighties and the nineties and this is my little take on that. You know, it's I want my Apple music TV. It's a little drawings a gorilla's inspired and there's also like a little tiny bug in the corner of the song called. It's the eighties all over again with the director being Tim Cook off. So if you want to check this out, you can go to my online store and learn Perl to store.com.

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Going out for a look at news and notes from around the league by NFL Network reporter Tom Paella. Sarah Tom, We appreciate you being here. How you doing? Thank you very much. Scott happy to be here to tell you what you've got to be happy to be doing anything else other than just playing whack a mole trying to figure out what's going on around the league, and it's you know, for those who are the uninitiated anybody who's involved in the National Football League. There's always one open eye right now trying to figure out okay or these positive test of these false positive test. What's going to be real? Arranged. We talked about the fact that so many games got moved around just by two teams having a problem. I'm not talking about necessarily what's happening with you and I talking about this on Friday right now. But what does November look like? What does December look like? I mean, you riding right on the razor's edge. It's a great question, Scott because I think for the first three weeks we got lulled to sleep a little bit just because you had some positive test, but it didn't have any outbreaks. The games were played. The focus was on football and then once the Tennessee Titans outbreak Began to evolve. It just put us into this different context for all the other positive tests or false positives, frankly, are on the league. We had a situation on Friday morning with the Indianapolis Colts, where they had four initial positives come back. I was told very early on that they believed that those might be false positives based upon what they had learned from the lab, and there's a protocol. That has followed here goes back to in training camp with Matthew Stafford. After that situation, the Lions voiced their concerns. Stafford voiced his concerns the league and the union work together to come up with a faster process, too. Identify those false positives. But you think about this number Scott. There's been close to a half million covert 19 tests administered by the NFL on NFLPA through bio reference since the screening period began at the start of training camp. Those tests are about 92 95% accurate But you're still then talking about 25 to 50,000 false results. So you have to go through these protocols. These false results are gonna have to happen. The reason that the NFL on the Ph entrusted is because they are testing on a daily basis. And so whether you get a false negative, you're hoping that you're catching the earliest signs of of covert 19. The next day. If you have false positives, you have other ways you can weed those out, but it's just it's part of our reality. Right now. They're going to be a positive test for covert 19 around the NFL. As the NFL has always said there would be particularly at a time to cope in 19 cases are spiking in home markets of NFL teams around the country. Found out this week they love Ian Bell was no longer welcome in the metal lands with the New York Jets. Then we found out that he was very welcome at Arrowhead Stadium with Kansas City Chiefs. You know, Tom, you look back at the ark that he has had, and we talked a little bit about this here. This choice that he made When you start talking about football fit, it seems like it would be a very good one. Absolutely, and leave Ian Bell had options. You know, it was not that they could not trade the player. It was they could not trade his contract in New York. No team wanted take on $6 Million and gave guaranteed salary this year, plus an $8 million injury guarantee. In 2021 thatjust represented too much risk. But several teams immediately reached out on leave Ian Bell. The bills were interested the Dolphins were interested on the cheats were interested. It appeared that they had a deal done on Wednesday night. It didn't get done. Then Thursday night. Finally, Bell agreed to terms on a one year deal he joins up with Andy Reid Ah, brilliant offensive coach who has always had an affinity for multi talented running backs. You can threaten the defense rushing as well as receiving And he doesn't have to be that Bell cow running back taking 300 carries because they've got Clyde Edwards the lair. In other words, you have a seemingly perfect situation for Belle to showcase what he can still do at age 28 without putting a bunch of wear and tear on his body with another trip to free agency coming in March. Washington football team had Avery busy week is well and coming up a little bit later on, we're going to hear from Alex Smith after his triumphant return an underlying triumphant You could put it in all caps if you want to from last week, but A year ago. At this time, they were pretty sure they had their quarterback of the future than maybe even as early as I don't know. A week or two ago, it still seemed like Dwayne Haskins was going to fit into the plan here. He was back at home because he was dealing with a gastrointestinal situation back with the team later on in the week, But his future status I've got to imagine is really up in the air It is and he was back in the building on Friday after dealing with that illness, basically fora week, hey was in meetings. He was at practice. By all accounts, he seemed to be in pretty good spirits. But you can also imagine when you're what 21 years old and you've always been the best player on the field at all times. Your entire life to go from first string to third string that is going to take some type of a mental and emotional toll on anybody with asking he did not benefit from the circumstances of covert 19. Not having an off season. Not having no. TA is not having a preseason to work through. Ah, completely new offense, with Scott Turner calling the shots those air valuable reps hundreds of reps that Haskins Missed out on so Ron Rivera, I think is frame this the right way, which is they benched Dwayne Haskins to try to save Dwayne Haskins. He was not playing well, it did not seem to be getting better. He was to put it bluntly, not seeing the field, and that was a little bit of what you heard. When you talk to scouts and coaches who evaluated him at Ohio State, which was he did not always play with a great deal of anticipation. He just had such a big arm that he could jam the ball into small windows. Well, those windows get smaller in the NFL, and then when you are not necessarily processing what you're seeing when you're not seeing open receivers, it makes the game really hard on yourself. That's what Washington was seen with Dwayne Haskins in Kyle Allen. They have somebody who does know Scott Turner system. I got knocked out of the game last week, taking that hit from jail, and Ramsey was a shot to his non throwing shoulder. Sounds like Alan will be good to go. And they hope for better results. I in his second start this week before we wrap up. What's the Melvin Gordon situation right now? Well, there's multiple things happening with Melvin Gordon Scott one being the arrest earlier on this week. The team has said that they would evaluate possible discipline with Gordon. He certainly will potentially face NFL discipline with an automatic three game suspension if he, in fact, is convicted of DUI, why of short term though he was missing from practice on Friday because of an illness. It's not Koven. According to what I'm told it's also not disciplinary. He's actually been pretty good in the building since he's been back, but a big question mark hanging over the head of Melvin Gordon, the Broncos do have Philip Lindsay back. In the back field. You would expect one way or another. He's gonna get a lot of run. If this came, in fact takes place as expected on Sunday against the Patriots, I really appreciate you spending some time with us hope we'll get a chance to do it again someday. Any time's got that is Tom Bell Acero up next, a conversation with a Hall of Famer We lost this week. Fred Dean, this is NFL inside its.

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"sarah tom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Has begun to show up in emergency rooms and hospitals throughout greater Boston. Doctors say more and more kids are getting sick from can be designed to get you high. Especially officials with South Shore health, say the T H C laced Candies look a lot like regular candy wrappers. Some of them though, contain up to 600 mg of the psychoactive compound. From marijuana. Proponents of the pot industry say the candy is likely coming from the underground market and say, can be sold legally of clear warning labels with childproof packaging as well more breathing room for renters and homeowners struggling to pay the mortgage or the landlord, A federal judge okays Massachusetts toughest in the nation ban on evictions. Upholding the of order of the order until October. 17th. Now governor, Charlie Baker has indicated that he has no plans to push for an extension beyond that, but what otherwise like to find common ground to help those on the verge of being pushed out, and it was a groundbreaking day in the National Football League on the field, as well as the sidelines, Cleveland Browns and Washington football team took to the field. There was a milestone for the league For the first time in NFL history. Women were on the sidelines, coaching and on the field officiating Sarah Tom Miss who was named the NFL's first female official in 2015 referee the game, Jennifer King of Washington and Kelly Brownson of Buffalo were helping on the sidelines. King became the first black woman to serve in a coaching role in 2018 Brownson, who played in the women's football alliances. The Browns chief of staff, least. Matteo CBS News, Top U. S. Health officials fear a second wave of Corona virus is about to hit. But is America ready? We check in with Bloomberg business now at 808, Here's Tom Busby. Well, thank you, Jeff. In a number of big food manufacturers, makers of cleaning products, even supermarket giant say they will be prepared at the second wave hits, forcing another round of lockdowns. Wall Street Journal reports, food and sanitizing product suppliers have been boosting their output. Not only ahead of the holidays, but just in case there's any return of those stay at home orders. Wall Street gearing up for a huge opening today, down futures are soaring up 380 points right now. That's on optimism that the recent sell off maybe over and there's still a sliver of hope for another Corona virus stimulus package and mark your calendar. Amazons Big annual sales event, Prime Day takes place October 13th. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on W..

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Hi, this is Cara Swisher and I wanNA talk to you about my new podcast for the New York Times called sway if you want to know what people who hold power in our world are really all about. We need to hear how they answer the tough questions and that is my specialty, and although it might get messy as it always does also going to be really fun. You can get swayed wherever you get your podcasts. New episodes are available Mondays and Thursdays? So, Sarah Tom Bed right right. Isn't it fun. I'll tell you it. It's a story that changes. So rapidly that he I was. I was in wraps in it. All weekends I couldn't you know. You walk away for an hour you come back you're like Oh the story is updated it. It's not necessarily my favorite story. But. It certainly has kept things interesting and a lot of the updates were not very substantial updates. There are also a lot of updates that are taking what one person says it making it sound like they're entirely in contradiction with another person there are some legitimate contradictions between the sides in this and there are some things that look contradictory that aren't. So let's talk about what appears to be happening and try to help you understand why you may hear some opposite things about the same deal from different sides. Let's start with the ownership deal itself. They want to create a new company called tiktok global that would be headquartered in the united. States. That's easy. Enough. tiktok currently is headquartered in Santa. Monica California. President said something about it being headquartered in Texas but let's ignore that for the moment it will be us based and that's easy tiktok global. Will be eighty percent owned by by dance or will it? Oracle will own twelve point, five percent and Walmart will own seven point five percent makes up one hundred percent. Bite dance has been calling this a wholly owned subsidiary. Now, that's very common corporate arrangement that can mean a lot of different things Hulu for instance, is majority owned by Disney, but comcast still owns a small percentage of Hulu Disney had to get comcast change the ownership structure till at Disney take full control of Hulu even though comcast was a minority owner. In this Tiktok case one would assume that the opposite is going to happen that the structure will allow the minority investors much more control and not give bite dance full control..

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"sarah tom" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

The Friends of Israel Today

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today

"Already contacted us and asked for prayer. It's been a real joy for our team to join in prayer with you also while you're at Fox radio dot org you can watch some interviews. Chris did with her frequent guests and colleagues. Yeah I let me say Steve Sarah Tom and myself. We just spent time together. Praying for the prayers that came in we do individually take time to stop and to pray for those prayers that come in also. I encourage you to go to F wgnradio dot. Org Not just simply to fill out the prayer form but also you can watch some interviews. That I've done online with Steve Hers talking about the history of Anti Semitism the history of blaming the Jewish people for plagues and viruses and epidemics. Like the one that we're going through right now. I saw encouraged to go. Listen to that. Also we've had pastor Meno calendar from the Jerusalem Assembly House of Redemption One of our church planters in Israel on to talk about doing ministry in Israel during this epidemic and also an unnamed pastor that serving in Israel as well so I want to encourage you to go to F I radio DOT ORG to fill out our form and also to watch them of these interviews that we've had a chance to do while we've been away at our homes so today on the program. I'm actually very excited to have Simon lower. Who's representative our field representative in New Zealand on to talk about a new ministry? He has ministering to Israeli backpackers. We're excited to have Simon with us. But I in the news. As Corona virus continues to spread globally. The need for ventilators is critical. In developing countries currently the entire continent of Africa has just two thousand working machines and Israeli. Do It yourself. Ventilator blueprint is currently being used to help Africa the engineers of the blueprints come from Israeli tech military and medical sectors and they believe their blueprint can produce ventilator for as little as five hundred dollars. Steve I was actually reading that. The state of Israel has more ventilators than the entire continent of Africa. And so it's amazing to think that these Israelis are actually providing blueprints that are open source. So this means that they are free. Any builder can take these. Israeli blueprints and produce an inexpensive ventilator and that means that these Israeli inventors are asking for no money at all. They want to help those in. Need of ventilators the most Blueprints were actually downloaded nineteen thousand times in the first hour. An more than three hundred teams are currently building. Prototypes from these blueprints. I just want to say thank you to Israel into those inventors and the military and the medical sectors in the Israeli Tech Sectors. For helping those who are in need. Every so often we like to highlight one of the ministries of the Friends of Israel. Gospel Ministry were a World Wide Evangelical Ministry that ministers all around the world to our Jewish friends and today I am honored to have on the line with us someone from literally the other side of the world as I'm getting ready to close my day out here in New Jersey. He's just getting ready to start his day in New Zealand. And so Simon. Lowry is our ministry representative in New Zealand. And Simon. I want to welcome you to the program. Thanks for joining us. Thank you Chris. Good to be with you good to be with you listless Simon Number one you. You're ministering in New Zealand. I WanNa find out from you. How does someone from New Zealand and I believe this is true? You can correct me but you are someone. You're a Kiwi. You are someone who was born in New Zealand. And then that's right. And then a proud Kiwi and then moved over to Australia but felt the call to serve Israel and the Jewish people. Can you talk about that call and how you ended up back in New Zealand? Well it was a an amazing journey. I spent the first almost I didn't years of my life In New Zealand. I grew up here and did my schooling here and cross.

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Customer Equity Accelerator

Customer Equity Accelerator

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Customer Equity Accelerator

"When we're looking at the tactics and strategies we implement in our company when we're thinking about retaining customers and also developing them? We actually place loyalty program really in that space where it is about developing your existing customers who are in in more of that low tier lower value. So it's just a traditional and a great example that I like to give as for example starbucks. You've got to customers. They both drink three cups the coffee day. You've got one customer. That's buying all three cups from starbucks and you have a second. Customer is buying one of the cups of coffee from starbucks and to their sharing that they're spreading spreading that share of wallet around is Loyalty Program going to make the first customer like a starbucks loyalty program GonNa make the first customer more loyal and better and higher value or is it going to serve if to improve the value of that second customer and we all know what the answer is obvious. It's really developing and attracting that second customer who isn't naturally really high value for in this example starbucks. Yeah an excellent example. So let's come back to the New York Times story for a minute. What ask about synthetic data? There's been some interesting use cases where in the financial space there companies that are providing synthetic data which basically imitates the real data And I find this to be a very thin shield but perhaps it is a privacy shield that could be used to help companies understand this beautiful segmentation segmented without walking into all the landmines around these still to be tested. Privacy laws synthetic data something. We should look to go. Synthetic Attic data reminds me of simulations and models that we build as well so I see it as being a tool in the analytics tool belt but but shouldn't necessarily be the hammer where everything's a nail that would just be my one concern. It can be a good test of hypotheses so where I really like to start with companies. He's when they're thinking about customer is start small. Don't try to boil the ocean and thinking about those first questions are going to ask of your data and how you're GonNa test success and failure and so using that data may be a great way to start to test an answer and see if that holds water. Maybe you could even use it to decide whether you wanted to retain data in the first place exactly creating the structure to start tracking and then analyzing the data can be incredibly expensive. So if your point there alison fantastic way just dipping your toe in and running just experiments before you actually start to scale an idea or a project around the analytic she wanNA. What do your customers okay? Very good so in the New York Times Story. He implies that a Lotta people should be scared that third party companies are analyzing in consumer data. That may not be shielded and that we have the California Privacy Law to thank for the ability to get it and he basically goes through and says here are five companies that are using data that you didn't authorize them to us and here's how to get hold of what they have on you. Should people be scared. Should we be concerned about these companies. That are third party. Don't use the data correctly might take companies down the wrong path. I think there needs to be concerned. Not just from the consumer side corrosive from the company side. I think that we need to be smart about accepting these offerings with respect to data and how much water they hold even from a legal standpoint. We need to make sure that this information is being adopted and sold and used correctly. If this does start to be the new normal so anything else you WANNA point out in the article pros cons. I guess coming back to the beginning of the conversation. I've really and truly just want to highlight the risks with companies thinking that they can purchase information about a consumer and immediately just flip a switch and say. Okay everything that. This consumer did in in their relationships with these other brands immediately applicable. To how they're going to interact with mine. It is absolutely full. That is not the way we work in the world as far consumers go so that is my number one concern with looking at these hidden consumer scores that are being developed and I do have deep concerns that these are going to possibly become a standard in the customer analytics base. That are just going to be a garbage. Quite frankly just something that gets sold to companies gets adopted get looked at as being the standard and again. We're just going to be in the same space as we are with trying to aggregate information about customers and thinking that an average score is also oh truly representative of what the individual customer is doing thinking behaving excetera with respect to the brand in a way it sounds like a lazy solution. Oh I don't have the the resources and I don't really know what to do with the data internally saw just buy it from this third party company and they'll tell me so it's a company not forming a point of view on their customer base and other the data. Would you agree. I completely agree. And I think that that's another thing is when he and I and especially as we have customers come to executive education and somewhere running our simulation or we're having conversations about our book and customers interesting there is definitely the feeling of what is these. Lv Calculation or what is the way to implement customers and Trinity and folks are looking for shortcuts and there is not a shortcut solution. This is a complete change in thinking. It is a a complete shift in the way that you do business and the way that you work and think about your customers and that includes how you tag and track them and analyze them from an analytic riddick standpoint and I know you know this very well and from what you and your team are doing as well exactly how we spend a lot of time looking at that as humans. We like ristic's right. We like shortcut. And I think it's just a matter of time before enough people Russell with that and they're like Oh that's shortcut was a long cut. Yeah and we'd look for patterns like we are designed as that's our nature is we just think that. Oh we're seeing so obviously there must be a correlation to that and the problem is that that's actually actually the opposite of what we're talking about in customers interested is looking at the heterogeneity across the landscape. And then it's recognizing and celebrating that Heterogeneity Eddie. And then it's the next step is okay. Now what are the best tactics. What are the best approaches? That are going to serve us the best of the company and actually serve your customers best after a while ultimately excellent. Maybe Sarah they will call you up for the New York Times to do a great rebuttal of that story and we can get more of the right thinking out Out there meanwhile if people wanNA reach you how can they get in touch great question so great ways to get in touch with our Lincoln of Sarah. Tom's also on on twitter. Sarah e Tom's and also happy to have folks come to interactive dot Wharton Dot upenn Dot. Edu Excellent as always links to everything thing we discussed are at ambition dated dot com slash podcast including link to this story. Sarah thank you so much for joining us today to talk about this really interesting testing topic and the perspectives that are getting floated out there from very respectable sources. I really appreciate you coming in such a pleasure out than any time. Remember when you use your data effectively you can build customer equity. This is not magic. It's just a very specific journey that you can follow to get results. See you next time on the customer equity accelerate..

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Customer Equity Accelerator

Customer Equity Accelerator

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Customer Equity Accelerator

"Great to be here again. Yes it's a heavy back thank you. Can you give people just a very brief understanding of your role at work interactive absolutely I have co founded a team at the Wharton School where we are building other ways to teach folks how to learn so we are building out hyper realistic game name and platforms and other ways to democratize the educational landscape. So I truly am a theorist games expert and with that enable to build amazing partnerships chefs with folks like Professor Pete Fater on the customer's interests decide professor. Eat The mullick on the entrepreneurship side. And I can tell you firsthand. These are really cool games. Really fine fine. Thank you for all the work you do there. Don't worry to talk about this secret. Customer score article so this appeared in the New York Times November fourth and it was from a journalist in Kashmir Hill GonNa read the first paragraph just kind of set the tone for what the article was about and I linked to the story in the show notes but he says as consumers consumers we all have quote secret scores hidden ratings that determine how long each of us waits on hold when calling a business whether we can return items at a the store and what types of service we receive a low score sense you to the back of the Cuban high scores. Get you elite treatment. That's the leading paragraph. He then goes on to imply live throughout the story that this is a bad thing and we've often said the reverse with customer simplicity. which is that this kind of segmentation helps companies honor and respect customers appropriately? How should we think about this so I have some serious concerns with the approach of offering like this where it may seem seem like it is truly being customer centric? But what they're doing actually under the hood is really clumping customers together and not really understanding the very special relationship. That customer has with that brand and how that's going to drive customer lifetime value so when you're looking at Howard consumer performs across many any different brands and you start to aggregate that information in a central repository and say this is what this customer looks like. That's the problem from the standpoint of customer. centric today Eh. So I do actually have some problems with the approach. And what is shared in the article with that respect so now you're talking specifically about the companies that he mentions. It's not about him or his opinion that he calls out. Five companies in the article Sift Zada global retail equation risk of fide in customer with a K.. And these are the companies that you're saying are pulling an aggregating things perhaps incorrectly exactly and how it is described in the article. Will I would say it is going that information incorrectly and really my example would be if I am providing one or two star reviews in one place ice. Let's say on Amazon Dot Com with respect to a certain set of products. How does that impact my relationship with? Let's say airbnb or with something else. So that's where I'm really concerned. And I think that companies need to build this expertise and it needs to be very specific to their offerings than their brand. And that's really eight more of what customers interest would be about and it also needs to be in relation to value and not necessarily the type of risks that this article starts to go into so when we talk about that it should be specific to value which should companies be thinking about when they look at the value of the customer base. What are some elements value elements elements of value so they space-based looking at what? CLV is looking at. It is looking at frequency. So what's the potential. How frequent is this customer going to come and purchase from me and at what level to what is the size of those purchases with respect to dollar value? And how long is that horizon potentially going to left so that really. He is the three dimensions that sell the looking at now. Something that Pete and I talk about in our book the customer centrisly Playbook 'cause we also say there may be other aspects of value you you want to measure in your sale the calculation for example referral. It's very good part of this. So if you have a customer who is referring in helping you to get other customers. There's likes them. That might be something you want to bring into that calculation when you're looking at not for profit are folks providing their time as with respect to giving giving you free time from a volunteerism perspective. So does that figure into the Lovie for you etc and then also are they out and providing reviews that are very very favorable about your product and helping to be kind of your big advocates out there in the social media space for example that might also be something you want to weigh in on and bring into your CLV healthy calculation. I completely agree with that. And I think it's really interesting. Because in the article he's pressing really hard on the concept of transparency the and basically that consumers should understand how decisions are made and this always reminds me of Fico and FICO scores. Fico scores always seem like a mystery three to me. I'm sure there's some formula somewhere that we can unpack but it's like. Oh that's my fico score. I don't really unpack. That too. Much is what we're saying with customers interests a EH and customer lifetime value a little bit more like saying we're putting more valuable pieces into the formula and it has greater benefit to the companies and the customers but should the customers understand how that formula works sure we put a lot of value with respect to transparency and marketplaces especially with respect to that relationship. US As the consumer versus WHO's providing products and services to us where it makes sense absolutely having that transparency is good but I would also push back on consumers and say doesn't always really truly matter to you so what we say from a customer centric standpoint is. We're not talking about treating your less valuable customers Corley. We're just talking about not over investing in them and giving them more than they actually need or want and so when you think. Think about something as simple as customer service. Customer Service is ensuring that you do not dip below a certain level that will make your customers want to leave any customer high-value medium medium or low value and so something like a customer score. If my customer score is high or low with respect to a company it should not mean that I'm I'm getting terrible service. It should not mean that I am being treated poorly but if I am a really good customer over particular provider I should get better offering better service. There should be less friction with respect to. Hey Sarah we see that. You're really liking this week. Things that we're doing. Are you aware of these other things that we're doing doing. Let's get you into a more premium status should high by customer be able to delegate those benefits to another customer and the example and thinking of specifically typically an every now and then I get very sick of the news so I hope stories from the good news network and there was a story about a man who had a very nice seat in first class or as the woman in the back who is older very uncomfortable and he switched seats with her. Just kind of on a win. This would be an example of someone who has a premium that that. They're passing to someone else. Sure again. Does this really factor into customers interesting. I mean it makes for a really wonderful lovely story and Kudos is to that gentleman but why not now from the standpoint and and we see this Amazon smile for example where you're able to come through a different portal and provide some of that relationship some of the goodness within that relationship that you have with the provider and do good in the world with it absolutely. That should be a part of it. I always liked that theme team. We can do good in the world. It's not just about data and not transparent data so back to our question about should customers understand how decisions are made. I think oftentimes when it is obvious like one of the stories I think I heard years ago was about a guy. He was applying for e-commerce position at a company. And what he did is he. You bought a product online. He returned it in the store and he basically went through the customer process to test the systems and see how well connected they were and to see how they treated him. And what's interesting about. That is once you understand how things operate like if I cart something and I don't buy right away. Are they going to send the discount discount coupon then people start to hack the system so my question for transparency is sure we wanted to be good but does that leave us wide open to customers customers just hacking the system and to get the best offers the best deals whatever they can get so this really raises a key point of customers which is for your the best customers. You don't need to necessarily provide discount. They're not in this relationship to have cheaper part. They're not looking for a discount of what you're providing providing and in fact the opposite they're willing to invest more to engage with you deeper and it's understanding those customers that are willing to go to the next I level with you on this journey. And how do you just belet that relationship so you can deepen it. You can broaden it and you can also make it more valuable to you and then with respect to those those customers who are all naturally going to try to gain the system absolutely putting safeguards in place so that you are not open to those types of threats but recognizing that you are competing with others so maybe getting them in the door and this is part of that. Acquisition costs process getting them in the door to just finish that shopping cart and get it Over to actually purchasing if the discount is palpable. If it's something you can take on board. Why not right? It shouldn't be that big of a deal to you so again I do WanNa in a Hark on the fact that there is a responsibility on both sides. Here's both the customer. And those who are offering the services and the products we have this ability to retain and track all this amazing data about our customers and come to conclusions based on those behaviors that show up within the data and we do we have a responsibility to be book. Spare ethical about our use of that right and so that is something that is still. It doesn't matter about looking at this through a customer centric Lens Data Your Privacy Security and the ethics come with it. There's still that responsibility and so with all of this. It's really finding where we feel comfortable. It's finding that comfortable ground between the customer and the brand and how we want to utilize the data and where we feel comfortable in that space so for different types types of customers that may be different rules so if you have a younger customer base there might be things that they're comfortable with that are different than older customer base exactly and then also depending the on what products you're offering. I mean we all know this very well in the education space where we have to be very careful about presents for roof so how we are ordering and tracking racking and utilizing data about our student learners and are we actually using that data especially if you're an education technology and you're selling these products to schools and universities. Are you actually utilizing that data to make the learning better ultimately that makes a Lotta sense and I really appreciate you calling out the discount point because as I can probably count on one hand the number of companies who are thinking about loyalty programs in terms of emotional loyalty or what you said was. They're willing to WHO invest more to engage deeper which to me sounds like emotional loyalty very rare and the idea that they can do something. Different is valuable to point doubt. Yeah Pete and I have a framework in our book which speaks to loyalty specific leg..

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"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

10:42 min | 2 years ago

"sarah tom" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Do Your home scary for you. So they got the foldable thinkpad x one seemed to be Really capturing people's eyes what are you going to say. which way is that folding Thomas out like so? It's a like a keyboard in front of you and folded up. Yeah when you y you can put it at night as and you got to laptop shape with screen on the bottom and then on the top and then you can lay it flat now you can also use it as a tablet. Yeah that's interesting. I like the idea. I have been burnt twice. Though by first generation Leonova windows tablets. So they're saying a lot by putting next next one brand on it though so they must have a lot of confidence yet and it's interesting trends. Es where people have teased concepts before. We've you've seen Lenovo tease us. But now they're coming out with the specs and the prices and the release dates at CAS which is sort of counterintuitive in a way when we kind of consider cs to be the more conceptual conceptual part. But I. I liked that. We finally got some details on this and and a price and release date. It also makes more sense to me than the folding phone because something just getting longer seems weird but this a case where you've got a big tablet and it's really hard to fit into things rank folded in half. That could be agan off. You go could be. That could be cool. All right. What else is the tech? Our press taken with Sarah Tom. The tech press seems to be quite taken. In fact Samsung Galaxy chromebook. The birgitta bone in fact called it the nicest piece of laptop hardware. I've touched in a very long time. It has a thirteen point. Three inch four K.. Mo led display supports hd are four hundred although chrome os can't support drm to get HDR from all sources it does use Google's Ambien E. Q.. Tech which is the same as in the nest hub to adjust color temperature based on ambient light also has an Intel tenth Gencor I five processor fingerprint sensor two USB ports a microwave St Slot and rotates three sixty degrees three hundred sixty degrees rather it includes an SPN stylist list that you can store in the device has a large track pad and his ten millimeters thick comes in a bright orangish red and gray for its aluminum bodies. He got some choices there. The forty nine point two hour battery should last about eight hours. And it's the first chromebook to qualify for Intel's project at the specs so we're wins a common. How much is it GONNA cost chromebook? rives key one of two thousand twenty starting at nine hundred ninety nine dollars for eight gigs of Ram and one hundred twenty gigs of storage. You can get up to sixteen gigs of Ram or one terabyte of storage. Although the company didn't say what the price increase would be on that so let me make sure I understand this in this. TV thin little chromebook taking get an St Carside in it but apple can't get one into a MAC book won't probably possible as we can see here you could get an St St Card slot on on your macbook pro. You just need a dungle. It's all they did. I hear you say it had a headphone jacker. No there was no word on that Eh article but I when I saw the the red model and I know that it's it's a color that stands out and sometimes people like flashy laptop man and that's ugly I would never I would never have that. I think it's bull that's awesome. I like the color of my car. So I'm in the minority. I'm in the the minority. I also get black luggage and then I can never find it against other people's luggage said there you go otherwise this does this does seem real nice. I I just have a hard time with the concept of a thousand dollar book. That's the thing you're still got chrome Os and all the benefits and attractions of Cremona supply. No matter how pretty it looks like we're running asymptotically all sudden we'll turn around and go away. That is fine one of these days. We're getting closer. Because when they added android it apps that made it better and then people started complaining but Android APPS aren't the same as desktop APP. So who knows maybe they're gonNA tweet chrome OS pretty soon and make it worthwhile. I use it a lot. I use Carmelo a lot and it's great for just stuff you know. But he's usually. I'll run across something we're on like I really wish. I had a full laptop but though it's just not meant for right. It's a desktop replacement kind of situation or media production kind of such great Roku and danced fifteen brands will launch roku TV models this year. The U K Mexico and Canada and the United States Roku also announced a Roku. TV Ready Program. That's getting a lot of attention These products are meant to be easy to set up with a Roku ATV mostly sound bars. They include onscreen access to sound settings in the ROKU S. And use one remote. So if you're using your Roku remote you can use it for the TV and the sound bar that you bought separately among the first partners for Roku TV ready are TCL and sound United Sound United's the parent company of Denain Polk Audio marantz definitive definitive technology and Class A denison. TCL Plan to start their integration in upcoming sound bar. So you should get those this year early still burning it up Get sneaking into everywhere. Yeah and I think people like the Roku. TV's the TCL Roku TV's are extremely popular and the idea saying Oh you know I can buy a sound bar plug it in. I won't I'll have to mess with settings it'll all work. Well appeals to a big sector of the population. I like the idea of not being injured from a non Google perspective. It's you know and option. Yeah what an android. The good point has not really had a success in the home. Entertainment Space. You you've got some android. TV's out there but not the time roof was doing well with these TV's. I think people like them because like you said they are easy. They're certainly better than a lot of the other. SMART TV interfaces pieces that are out there and it's something that's familiar to people already. All right. FACEBOOK has a booth like facebook. That's like like what are they gonNA show off. FACEBOOK doesn't booth showing off. Its new privacy checkup tool because they really want us to know about it. This was first launched back in two thousand fourteen and it's it's the company's Attempt to make sure that its users all feel very clear on how things work. There are now four topics number one who can see what you share number number two how to keep your account secure number three how people find you on facebook. which is what? He's been a bit of a question and number four your data settings on facebook that you have control over one central tab. Now lets you change settings like who can see your profile who can send you friend. Requests it enables two factor authentication and also reviewing third party at permissions. You know who's got your formation in the tool doesn't offer controls however over leading facebook or advertisers see information only other groups groups and user. So it's not. This is not about ad tracking and facebook's trying to say look we respect your privacy which is not wrong that this is a privacy control. But it's not that kind of privacy. You have to remember like if you're mad about advertisers tracking you. This doesn't address that this addresses wait. My friends could see this kind of data and it does tend generally therefore address groups collecting data so you can stop groups from knowing data which is one way the companies get data on you. But it's not the only way. Yeah I mean listen bit facebook facebook privacy settings and how other users can get a hold of you if you really wanNA understand it okay. It's it's not. It's not that hard right but I mean just the other day. Hey somebody that is in my family who will remain nameless posted his new address because he and his wife or moving and I make public boast. Oh my gosh change immediately and so this is this is something that the company still needs to work on especially as its user. Base grows are to get all the tech headlines each state about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines Dot COM We'll get into the first of the big collective announcements from folks like Samsung. HP and just a second but first. Here's a few other stories stories. The Kadar I yes in. La Electric Vehicle Maker fisker showed off its mass market electric SUV. The fisker ocean priced starting at thirty seven thousand five hundred dollars for a version with an eighty kilowatt battery. Pack there will be multiple drivetrain options included in the performance version. That can go zero to sixty in two point. Nine seconds. Take that test. This car says that the ocean will get two hundred fifty to three hundred miles per charge and part with very slight help of solar panels that are on the roof off. The company is also promoting it as a sustainable model with recycled Kerpen Dean Interior materials made from recycled plastic. repurpose rubber wastes the ocean. We'll be on display here at CPS promised to arrive at the end of twenty twenty one or the beginning of two thousand twenty two. So we've got a little time left. fisker showed off the emotion in sports car at CAS last year but switched from a sports car to an SUV. In March of last year mccollum side noticed this is fisker is fisker. INC started in two 2016 by Henrik fisker after fisker automotive went bankrupt and was revived as Karma Automotive which makes the Rivero privilege perfect sense. It doesn't it though. Yeah it's well you you could be forgiven for being like let's go. We're doing something else in the Chinese electric car maker Biden has a forty eight inch wrap around Digital Dashboard Screen Aka the biting stage. It's in your front seat. That's right it's coming in the end bite. Suv to put stuff on that screen by Bart Biton is launching developer program to courage APPs that can run on the screen They're working with companies like access. accuweather give you the temperature I KHUDA cloud car road travel. You know points of interest navigation EXPERI binds also partner with Viacom. CBS to bring video content Info to the screaming. Don't worry the video can only be viewed when parked. The fight is expected to go into volume production later this year. Sell for forty five thousand dollars coming to China in the second half of two thousand twenty followed by the US than Europe in the first half of twenty twenty one well. I can't imagine that this would all be a touchscreen based but imagine the fingerprints on a wraparound video video screen in the front of your car otherwise in the Tim Stevenson When he was on the show before we got here to see US last Friday And I thought that sounds pretty cool. So yeah I'm looking forward to go into What is it the West Taller wherever all the cars are the North Hall the the the model three only has a screen and has nothing else? And it's actually. There's a big part of that I don't like is that everything has to be done through the screen. So you're always looking at the screen when you'd WanNa do something like just feel you can't even change the your air vents There's something you've got that sort of sleek look but not necessarily the right form or function wife Wi fi six is turning into a big trend. Here's there it is TB sealink updated..

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