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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

07:31 min | 2 months ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"You'll see it sitting there and download right has it have. Has it automatically being pushed to the phones or do you go looking for. It's been nope it's pushed to. So let's say you have an iphone in front of you and you go into your settings which is the symbol with the the sort of gear cogs on the tenth or eleventh choice. There me might have to scroll them one page. But it's it says zim when you're going to send it says general in when you tap on that you'll see a few things one more than is software update when you tap on bash. It it it will tell you you know fourteen point as owned. Do implement mouse was his origin tonight. Open it up last night. Which again. I was adrian. In this time. We're always very careful of what we download. I was afraid of that. Put on this on this occasion. Make executive to do it yet. Now just to be very clear about this. This is the kind of update notice that you would see. You know from apple on your iphone. I know can be confusing sometimes to tell the difference between scams and lots rails. I suspect most people would probably recognize on an ipad or an iphone apple saying like it doesn't come in via text message settings. Yeah yes it does. Yeah yeah okay. Okay and for the. I would be one of these people. Adrian that went in s is updated. Always give it a month or so for them to iron out the bogus and then and then download the new version on this occasion. Go from i'd say go it now now like this is apple Fourteen point eight yet. They actually have their new major system. Updates ready which is called fifteen that'll be rallying the next few weeks typically what happens between the major updates is they'll put out. A few incremental are marginal once. It'll be a security book hair. Ara usability function there. And it's not the end of the world usually if you don't download those or implement those you should really implement this. Look just just to be completely clear about this. If you don't you know this doesn't mean that your iphone has hacked. It just means you ability. Is there that it could be. Okay all right okay. Leave it there for now. Thank you very much. That's adrian director tech editor of the independent and says it hasn't received notification. Should i worry. Go into your settings and on your iphone look for general look for software updates and tap that and it will find this and put it in is what adrian says. I wonder how many people have iphones. And how many people have androids there listen to this morning. I had a knife when i got before. Say phone. got the three iphone. Three g or fiesta. Wherever they called us and on an eleven right now and they'll probably change to twelve or whatever they have been comb february-march revenue contract. But i tried. I looked at the possibility going under a few years ago. And i just like my ifo. We have a. We have an android two doors down from me here. Fergal berry who constantly says he loves the android doesn't actually matter if you have an iphone or an or an apple watch or whatever you need to download the software patch no to make sure that you can't be hacked but this strange software that will get in an open your microphone and open your camera and do all sorts of weird stuff. The opinion line on courts six. Fm tonight cardi insurance group. Call them now familiar home. Business farm life on health insurance the ham best music. Mix day on cork's ninety-six through tuesday afternoon together. We'll do it from day all your favorite tunes latest news showbiz entertainment bigger story spending online the perfect soundtrack to get the telephone. Cork's ninety six. What you do if you have an older apple device. That isn't quite up to ios fourteen. A good question. We might just message adrian and see candidate. Can he help with that. If you've got an more modern apple device. But i have a little ipad had for years and it's only got his four or five years old now at this stage and it won't go anywhere near right the us fourteen. Just have to hope and pray that it won't get get hacked although it's probably not i only use it for review for worker. Don't use anyway. We see as being fifty seven one five nine nine six oh yeah you need seven gigabytes free on the phone to perform the update and must be app. Update ipads as well. Yes yes yes yes. If you if your ipad we'll take you need seven gigabytes free. That's right to perform the update. Yeah thanks tim. Eighteen fifty seven five nine nine six now. We were looking at seattle results and points and people getting courses here and not getting courses. They're crazy situation with the ceo points this year and weather and whatever be done about it. We don't know do we. But one thing that have. It's good to talk about our pse courses post leaving cert courses. There are dozens of them and a lot of people who didn't get their desired. Ceo points last week might be advised or whether advise to take a look at some of them because they're they can be very very useful. Reading is the access officer at mt. You d good morning. Good morning hoya good thank you. There are so many of these courses out there. Tell us what they are forced. Absolutely there are huge array of courses within the further education colleges across the island of ireland in cork. We're very fortunate that we do have You know a a large number of further education colleges providing lots of different programs of study for for for students and they can be in any discipline from arts confusing business sport social studies culinary science engineering unanimous. There's there's huge array of of courses on offer. So we're as i said we're very lucky in cork we have. We have a number of different further education colleges. I suppose hi. This is benjamin from the uk. 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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Speaking of Bitcoin

Speaking of Bitcoin

03:51 min | 4 months ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Speaking of Bitcoin

"Because you could use it with simple. Non smart cell phones. Can we create the necessary conditions within bitcoin. So that when people are willing unafraid able through technology. Bitcoin is the natural neutral global choice that they can put their trust in. And if we create those conditions then we can address the real potential bitcoin. So let's look what the real potential of bitcoin is. within that scenario. Anybody wanna hazard a guess as to how many people in the us do not have a bank account sixty million. It's somewhere between fifteen and twenty percent depending on how it's count is the fully une banked population of this country. That's an enormous number. Now do you think that's because these people don't have money no usually there's ten other reasons why people are on banked. It has to do with regulatory issues right. They don't have sufficient proof of identity. They don't have legal status in this country. They don't have enough documentation. They don't have enough money or enough cash flow through that count to make it worthwhile. And so you have this completely parallel. Banking system which in the us consists of payday loans short-term loans and various other very exploitative vulture like capitalism systems that exploited the poor. You grasp for a moment that in the us sixty million people live under that banking regime make the leap and realize six and a half billion people elsewhere have never known anything bought that regime. And that's where bitcoin wins. It's not about us. Because the relative utility of bitcoin to someone who's already banked who has a stable reserve currency is relatively small. But once you start thinking about the great unbagged masses the question is how do we make it possible for them to adopt bitcoin as quickly as possible. What are the preconditions. Let me suggest some of the answers one. We need to be able to make bitcoin usable without constant taxes. to the blockchain. This is already possible than a number of ways you can do islands of bitcoin that enabled transactional bitcoin within that island and occasionally sink back only the inflows and outflows into the blockchain. This is already happening when you go on mount box. You buy bitcoin and you so bitcoin and you buy bitcoin yourself. Bitcoin you buy bitcoins. You think they actually have that. Bitcoin possibly but they really only accounts for the bitcoin. You withdrawal only that hits the blockchain the rest of it is completely off blockchain transactions. So can we do that. On a more systematic basis for those countries and those environments where you don't have always on connections where you can transfer seven gigabytes over your internet connection in less than six months and where if you start the download. The problem isn't that your connection will flicker out the problem is that your city will flicker out as it does every afternoon at two pm because everyone turned on the air conditioning..

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hey. This is Carl from. Mississippi just wanting to tell you congratulations on twenty five years. Into tomorrow. Love it love it. Love it. Thank you Carl and Man Thi Mississippi, we do appreciate that if you would also like to send us your. Congratulatory Message for twenty five years and we put it on the air. We send you prizes for doing that but don't just say, Hey, congrats, we thank you. But we would love to hear what you liked most or disliked most about technology in these last twenty five years or however long you've been on the planet lot of younger folks have said I haven't been around that long. Well, however long you have been around, you've dealt with technology what did you like most or dislike most or or one of each? Whatever the case share that with us at eight hundred, eight, nine, nine into better even. The into tomorrow APP. Yeah. Yeah. I'm Dave Grave Line I'm Chris Grave Line this portion of into tomorrow is brought to you by Tom the only continuous glucose monitor. FDA permitted for kids ages, two years and up visit decks, com dot com. That's D e Com Dot. Com and it's our twenty fifth year on the air. We appreciate you tuning in to tomorrow coming up in just a few minutes it'll be chatting with Lawrence Kasich. He's the CO founder of a company called get set up there an education technology company that creates economic and learning opportunities for older adults. His taste for. One, the largest and oldest tech shows in the world. As? Here's Chris Grave, line EPA history. History since the compact disc was such a huge success, the industry tried to develop technology. A photo CD for pictures, interactive CD I, and a CD video format for up to seventy four minutes video or developed. But. The capacity was limited at nine hundred megabytes. So the industry jointly worked on a new system based on the technology, but with much higher capacity. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, five, the digital video disc sometimes referred to as digital versatile disk with a capacity of four point seven gigabytes was defined nearly double that capacity in a double layer version. Of course, if it was the stage for this new DVD technology, that's this week's update brought to you by Messy Berlin be sure to visit IFM DASH BERLIN DOT COM. Very cool. Now, what say you don't get our free once a week tech newsletter? Well then you should yeah I mean I'm not GonNa slap you or anything, but we want to verbally slap you to say good heavens you definitely want our free once a week deck newsletter they go out most of the time except last week first time in many years. That out just a little tardy was started went out Friday morning instead of Thursday evening point visit into tomorrow dot com little box pops up, and we ask only for your email address. Then check your email because it's a double opt in. We want you to click a link to confirm that you want it. We don't share your email address with anyone, but we've. Got Tech News. We let you know who's coming on the show that's coming broadcast for the week. We'll let you know what our current prizes available are when you call in and participate. We do all sorts of things to let you wonder what's going on and and including.

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on TechStuff

"Switch and save with Gyco. It's almost better than sports. Something that happened in the nineteen nineties, though would go on to be a major influence in laptop design was the creation of the universal serial bus or USB. Today these ports are everywhere, and they allow us to plug in all sorts of peripherals or Computer or hub? They've also advanced the standard quite a bit. So now we've got USB C. and all this other stuff. But you get the point. The important point I was trying to make here is that they really eliminate the need for a lot of specialized ports that computers otherwise had to have back in the day. You know if you bought a computer in the ninety s then you had all these different specialized ports like you had a port just for mouse to plug in one for the keyboard one for a printer the you might have one for a joystick or game bad. And these started to add up right. You had all these different specialized ports. That meant that a computer had to have enough space for each of those the engineers had to build in the actual circuit boards for each of those the the the interfaces that connected the port with the computer motherboard itself. So the invention of the USB meant that you can have a universal connector that would be compatible. All sorts of different devices so manufacturers would make be capable or USB compatible printers for example, so you wouldn't need a printer cable. You just hook up a USB cable between the printer and the laptop, or you would use a USB mouse or USB keyboard, and you no longer had to. To worry about all these specialized connectors, and it really simplified the design of computers in general and laptops in particular that in turn would also bring prices down, I, mean if you can streamline design then you cut out a lot of the stuff that adds cost to the end product. So that was a big deal, even though it wasn't directly connected to laptops, the development of USB. USB would have an enormous impact on laptop development, moving forward beginning in the early two thousands around two, thousand, three, or so, companies began to offer laptop computers with DVD drives now just as the C. D. Rom drive had revolutionized computing about a decade earlier so to DVD drives. Not only could you plaza DVD film into your laptop and watch movies on the go, which was a pretty? Pretty Darn novel idea back in the day you could also have software on DVD's software for really big programs, because while a CD could hold around six hundred forty megabytes of data a dvd up the anti four point, seven gigabytes of information or more. If you used multi-layer in coding and use both sides of a disk, you can have up to seventeen gigabytes on a single DVD. That, a lot of people did that, but it was a possibility. Around that same time HP introduced the Compaq t C.. One Thousand and this one is a bit of a hybrid computer. It had a detachable keyboard, so when you had the keyboard and the display join together. You essentially had a notebook style, laptop clam shell design, but you could also separate the display from the keyboard, which was pretty novel back in two thousand and three, and then you'd have a tablet PC. There was also an optional docking station you purchase, and that would essentially turn this into a desktop, though it was a desktop that severely lacking in processing power and other capabilities compared to other desktops around that same time, whoever it was a real innovation, and when we would see used a few times further down the road, as laptops would try to masquerade as tablets or vice versa. So it was kind of the the beginning of a trend in design, but it was a trend that was very slow to pick up because also this thousand three. This is well before the IPAD and well before things like tablet computers had a widespread appeal. There were very niche jobs like especially in the medical industry that really dependent upon tablet PC's, but you know your average person had no use for them. Before the IPAD came around. Still it was pretty cool to see that as early as two thousand and three, there were companies that were working on that sort of design. In two thousand six apple made a switch from the powerbook laptops, which had been using G. Four processors for the last several generations of the powerbook, and then introduced a new line of laptops, called the macbook now by two thousand and sixty jobs have been back with the company for a decade, so he was making some really big moves around this time the IPOD had already established itself as a success, and the company was on the verge of releasing. Releasing the iphone the following year, so these MAC books had intel microprocessors in them, not g four processors, they also featured Webcams, and as far as I can tell there some of the earliest laptop computers that actually incorporated a Webcam into the design into the Basil of the display. The company offered up a range of computers in different sizes and capabilities and price tags, so if you want a basic, Mac book the No Frills Entry Level Mac book. That cost a thousand dollars, really thousand ninety nine dollars, but if you wanted the top the line, the seventeen inch macbook pro when it first launched, that would be two thousand, seven, hundred ninety nine dollars. Premium price tags for apple products now overtime apple would phase out the seventeen inch. Book releasing the last one in two thousand twelve, and the company was really packing more power in smaller form factors and the development of the retina display technology would change things up a lot, too, so they ultimately abandoned that, and that was when they were switching to the macbook air strategy. I'll talk about that more in just a second, but in two thousand seven we would see a new type of innovation and the laptop space, and this was the same year that apple put out the iphone and launched a tremendous trend in consumer smart funds. Now there was another trend that was starting to take off with a laptop computers, but this one didn't have nearly as much success as the smartphone industry, and that would be the emergence of the net book. So, yeah, we're getting back to naming conventions. We had laptops notebooks. We had sub notebooks. We had tablets. We had hybrids. Now we have net books. So what are those well? I should use the past tense or these, because no one really talks about net books anymore, but they're even smaller devices than sub notebooks. There's somewhere between smartphone and sub-notebook. They typically lack stuff like optical drives so you. You don't have like a CD driver. DVD drive at all. There's no drives. All this helps. Cut Down on Bulkin cost. This is not something that's unusual. These days lot of laptops don't have any kind of optical drive in them, but they also tend to have much less powerful processors than standard laptops. They often rely on the exact same type of microprocessors that hand held devices use like smartphones. And they offload a of the heavy lifting to the cloud. You're meant to use these devices to access web and net based services rather than running programs natively on the machine. Thus you get net books in a way. This was a move back to the old days of dumb.

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on TechStuff

"Switch and save with Gyco. It's almost better than sports. Something that happened in the nineteen nineties, though would go on to be a major influence in laptop design was the creation of the universal serial bus or USB. Today these ports are everywhere, and they allow us to plug in all sorts of peripherals or Computer or hub? They've also advanced the standard quite a bit. So now we've got USB C. and all this other stuff. But you get the point. The important point I was trying to make here is that they really eliminate the need for a lot of specialized ports that computers otherwise had to have back in the day. You know if you bought a computer in the ninety s then you had all these different specialized ports like you had a port just for mouse to plug in one for the keyboard one for a printer the you might have one for a joystick or game bad. And these started to add up right. You had all these different specialized ports. That meant that a computer had to have enough space for each of those the engineers had to build in the actual circuit boards for each of those the the the interfaces that connected the port with the computer motherboard itself. So the invention of the USB meant that you can have a universal connector that would be compatible. All sorts of different devices so manufacturers would make be capable or USB compatible printers for example, so you wouldn't need a printer cable. You just hook up a USB cable between the printer and the laptop, or you would use a USB mouse or USB keyboard, and you no longer had to. To worry about all these specialized connectors, and it really simplified the design of computers in general and laptops in particular that in turn would also bring prices down, I, mean if you can streamline design then you cut out a lot of the stuff that adds cost to the end product. So that was a big deal, even though it wasn't directly connected to laptops, the development of USB. USB would have an enormous impact on laptop development, moving forward beginning in the early two thousands around two, thousand, three, or so, companies began to offer laptop computers with DVD drives now just as the C. D. Rom drive had revolutionized computing about a decade earlier so to DVD drives. Not only could you plaza DVD film into your laptop and watch movies on the go, which was a pretty? Pretty Darn novel idea back in the day you could also have software on DVD's software for really big programs, because while a CD could hold around six hundred forty megabytes of data a dvd up the anti four point, seven gigabytes of information or more. If you used multi-layer in coding and use both sides of a disk, you can have up to seventeen gigabytes on a single DVD. That, a lot of people did that, but it was a possibility. Around that same time HP introduced the Compaq t C.. One Thousand and this one is a bit of a hybrid computer. It had a detachable keyboard, so when you had the keyboard and the display join together. You essentially had a notebook style, laptop clam shell design, but you could also separate the display from the keyboard, which was pretty novel back in two thousand and three, and then you'd have a tablet PC. There was also an optional docking station you purchase, and that would essentially turn this into a desktop, though it was a desktop that severely lacking in processing power and other capabilities compared to other desktops around that same time, whoever it was a real innovation, and when we would see used a few times further down the road, as laptops would try to masquerade as tablets or vice versa. So it was kind of the the beginning of a trend in design, but it was a trend that was very slow to pick up because also this thousand three. This is well before the IPAD and well before things like tablet computers had a widespread appeal. There were very niche jobs like especially in the medical industry that really dependent upon tablet PC's, but you know your average person had no use for them. Before the IPAD came around. Still it was pretty cool to see that as early as two thousand and three, there were companies that were working on that sort of design. In two thousand six apple made a switch from the powerbook laptops, which had been using G. Four processors for the last several generations of the powerbook, and then introduced a new line of laptops, called the macbook now by two thousand and sixty jobs have been back with the company for a decade, so he was making some really big moves around this time the IPOD had already established itself as a success, and the company was on the verge of releasing. Releasing the iphone the following year, so these MAC books had intel microprocessors in them, not g four processors, they also featured Webcams, and as far as I can tell there some of the earliest laptop computers that actually incorporated a Webcam into the design into the Basil of the display. The company offered up a range of computers in different sizes and capabilities and price tags, so if you want a basic, Mac book the No Frills Entry Level Mac book. That cost a thousand dollars, really thousand ninety nine dollars, but if you wanted the top the line, the seventeen inch macbook pro when it first launched, that would be two thousand, seven, hundred ninety nine dollars. Premium price tags for apple products now overtime apple would phase out the seventeen inch. Book releasing the last one in two thousand twelve, and the company was really packing more power in smaller form factors and the development of the retina display technology would change things up a lot, too, so they ultimately abandoned that, and that was when they were switching to the macbook air strategy. I'll talk about that more in just a second, but in two thousand seven we would see a new type of innovation and the laptop space, and this was the same year that apple put out the iphone and launched a tremendous trend in consumer smart funds. Now there was another trend that was starting to take off with a laptop computers, but this one didn't have nearly as much success as the smartphone industry, and that would be the emergence of the net book. So, yeah, we're getting back to naming conventions. We had laptops notebooks. We had sub notebooks. We had tablets. We had hybrids. Now we have net books. So what are those well? I should use the past tense or these, because no one really talks about net books anymore, but they're even smaller devices than sub notebooks. There's somewhere between smartphone and sub-notebook. They typically lack stuff like optical drives so you. You don't have like a CD driver. DVD drive at all. There's no drives. All this helps. Cut Down on Bulkin cost. This is not something that's unusual. These days lot of laptops don't have any kind of optical drive in them, but they also tend to have much less powerful processors than standard laptops. They often rely on the exact same type of microprocessors that hand held devices use like smartphones. And they offload a of the heavy lifting to the cloud. You're meant to use these devices to access web and net based services rather than running programs natively on the machine. Thus you get net books in a way. This was a move back to the old days of dumb.

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on TechStuff

"Switch and save with Gyco. It's almost better than sports. Something that happened in the nineteen nineties, though would go on to be a major influence in laptop design was the creation of the universal serial bus or USB. Today these ports are everywhere, and they allow us to plug in all sorts of peripherals or Computer or hub? They've also advanced the standard quite a bit. So now we've got USB C. and all this other stuff. But you get the point. The important point I was trying to make here is that they really eliminate the need for a lot of specialized ports that computers otherwise had to have back in the day. You know if you bought a computer in the ninety s then you had all these different specialized ports like you had a port just for mouse to plug in one for the keyboard one for a printer the you might have one for a joystick or game bad. And these started to add up right. You had all these different specialized ports. That meant that a computer had to have enough space for each of those the engineers had to build in the actual circuit boards for each of those the the the interfaces that connected the port with the computer motherboard itself. So the invention of the USB meant that you can have a universal connector that would be compatible. All sorts of different devices so manufacturers would make be capable or USB compatible printers for example, so you wouldn't need a printer cable. You just hook up a USB cable between the printer and the laptop, or you would use a USB mouse or USB keyboard, and you no longer had to. To worry about all these specialized connectors, and it really simplified the design of computers in general and laptops in particular that in turn would also bring prices down, I, mean if you can streamline design then you cut out a lot of the stuff that adds cost to the end product. So that was a big deal, even though it wasn't directly connected to laptops, the development of USB. USB would have an enormous impact on laptop development, moving forward beginning in the early two thousands around two, thousand, three, or so, companies began to offer laptop computers with DVD drives now just as the C. D. Rom drive had revolutionized computing about a decade earlier so to DVD drives. Not only could you plaza DVD film into your laptop and watch movies on the go, which was a pretty? Pretty Darn novel idea back in the day you could also have software on DVD's software for really big programs, because while a CD could hold around six hundred forty megabytes of data a dvd up the anti four point, seven gigabytes of information or more. If you used multi-layer in coding and use both sides of a disk, you can have up to seventeen gigabytes on a single DVD. That, a lot of people did that, but it was a possibility. Around that same time HP introduced the Compaq t C.. One Thousand and this one is a bit of a hybrid computer. It had a detachable keyboard, so when you had the keyboard and the display join together. You essentially had a notebook style, laptop clam shell design, but you could also separate the display from the keyboard, which was pretty novel back in two thousand and three, and then you'd have a tablet PC. There was also an optional docking station you purchase, and that would essentially turn this into a desktop, though it was a desktop that severely lacking in processing power and other capabilities compared to other desktops around that same time, whoever it was a real innovation, and when we would see used a few times further down the road, as laptops would try to masquerade as tablets or vice versa. So it was kind of the the beginning of a trend in design, but it was a trend that was very slow to pick up because also this thousand three. This is well before the IPAD and well before things like tablet computers had a widespread appeal. There were very niche jobs like especially in the medical industry that really dependent upon tablet PC's, but you know your average person had no use for them. Before the IPAD came around. Still it was pretty cool to see that as early as two thousand and three, there were companies that were working on that sort of design. In two thousand six apple made a switch from the powerbook laptops, which had been using G. Four processors for the last several generations of the powerbook, and then introduced a new line of laptops, called the macbook now by two thousand and sixty jobs have been back with the company for a decade, so he was making some really big moves around this time the IPOD had already established itself as a success, and the company was on the verge of releasing. Releasing the iphone the following year, so these MAC books had intel microprocessors in them, not g four processors, they also featured Webcams, and as far as I can tell there some of the earliest laptop computers that actually incorporated a Webcam into the design into the Basil of the display. The company offered up a range of computers in different sizes and capabilities and price tags, so if you want a basic, Mac book the No Frills Entry Level Mac book. That cost a thousand dollars, really thousand ninety nine dollars, but if you wanted the top the line, the seventeen inch macbook pro when it first launched, that would be two thousand, seven, hundred ninety nine dollars. Premium price tags for apple products now overtime apple would phase out the seventeen inch. Book releasing the last one in two thousand twelve, and the company was really packing more power in smaller form factors and the development of the retina display technology would change things up a lot, too, so they ultimately abandoned that, and that was when they were switching to the macbook air strategy. I'll talk about that more in just a second, but in two thousand seven we would see a new type of innovation and the laptop space, and this was the same year that apple put out the iphone and launched a tremendous trend in consumer smart funds. Now there was another trend that was starting to take off with a laptop computers, but this one didn't have nearly as much success as the smartphone industry, and that would be the emergence of the net book. So, yeah, we're getting back to naming conventions. We had laptops notebooks. We had sub notebooks. We had tablets. We had hybrids. Now we have net books. So what are those well? I should use the past tense or these, because no one really talks about net books anymore, but they're even smaller devices than sub notebooks. There's somewhere between smartphone and sub-notebook. They typically lack stuff like optical drives so you. You don't have like a CD driver. DVD drive at all. There's no drives. All this helps. Cut Down on Bulkin cost. This is not something that's unusual. These days lot of laptops don't have any kind of optical drive in them, but they also tend to have much less powerful processors than standard laptops. They often rely on the exact same type of microprocessors that hand held devices use like smartphones. And they offload a of the heavy lifting to the cloud. You're meant to use these devices to access web and net based services rather than running programs natively on the machine. Thus you get net books in a way. This was a move back to the old days of dumb.

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

This Week in Computer Hardware

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on This Week in Computer Hardware

"Just ridiculous attempts companies had literal backpack PC's see a couple of years ago where you're still tethered to a cord or you can run on battery for like twenty minutes because it's literally a desktop computer on your back. But. Several minutes of sparkling game play before returning for a recharge. You know, this is you know, stamp dragon eight twenty inside the Oculus kgo eight thirty five and the broad solo the sea by focus yacht cruise Oculus quest, or at least that this sort of standalone designs, run eight thirty five I'm curious mostly kind of curious what it's gonna take to get eight hundred AD running because that is something I not surprisingly familiar with. I've been most of my learning new specs has been eighty-two to eleven AM ex. But. I you know, I keep thinking it's going to be it's going to be a good year for gaming. And it's been interesting also to watts. We're already seeing some exclusive titles being announced for the Acuras quest, which we'll get into closer to the quest actual launch date. But if you like light savers. Yeah, you know, what I'm talking about. I'll just quickly add that it is interesting. When you think about this being a kind of all in one powered by a smartphone SOC because those are really powerful I've not had hands on with any kind of Snapdragon fifty five yet. I think eight thirty five was the last launch that I attended but adrenal graphics the graphics built-in Snapdragon processors are extremely powerful. And they've just been getting more and more powerful. And you have the when you think about a smartphone? These are extremely pixel dense displays we're at a typical Android phone like higher enhanced set like from Samsung, it's like twenty eight eighty by. Fourteen forty resolution. So it's if you're playing games native resolution on those phones that has you're thinking in terms of like on the desktop side, forcing forty p gaming at high detail setting still requires a pretty beefy video card. You still got to go to three hundred dollars on the graphics card even play that acceptable frame rates. So it's impressive. What they can do in something. That's obviously so small consume so little power. And I think I dearly from the outset. That's what the our headsets would have been like the idea that you have to tether it to a traditional desktop box is very inelegant. It was never the vision from the beginning. Also like to point out eighty seven AD. Nelson two thousand sixteen I'm pretty sure these headsets will probably come bundled with some kind of Donald device or card because this is sixty gigahertz bam with so super high super short range devices that offer like seven gigabytes per second of bandwidth but over a short in as far as I can tell unstated distance. So I'm guessing you're going to be in the same room with your PC than probably not a huge room a large room. Probably. Yeah. I I was really I saw that. It was like is that a typo for any ex? But. Yeah. I am. I am fascinated and we wait with bated breath. Because that's the theme this week. So many things to look forward to rift was also announced the next generation Oculus rift. Apparently they've pulled all production of Oculus rift off line for this one inward cameras. A single thin cable finally up to displays twelve by fourteen forty four one for.

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"If you go in a personalization colors, just fine the exact wording here. Whereas it it's choose your color. It says and confusingly in one thousand nine hundred one that's not what it says in previous versions. I think it's called app mode. I think is what it says, actually, which you must you probably have it there. Megan. What does that say they're under? At mode. It's. Yeah. Abbott? So they're they're getting rid of that in because that's doesn't mean anything to anybody in one thousand nine hundred one into says, choose your color, and then you actually have three choices is light dark and custom. And you would think the custom would let you you know, customize the color or something early maybe the darkness of it. And that's not that is. And it's not something that adjusts to like the time like apples like no mode night that is in windows separately, of course, because my why would it be in one place? So anything else is that all the exciting stuff? That's coming. A will. We should talk about reserve storage. Which is as we've talked about on windows weekly Paul calls at the least controversial controversial feature. When. I think he did call it back because people were outraged. So many people were like what Microsoft's going to hold back seven gigs on my machine for for reserves gorge. I don't care that they're doing it to make updates better. I don't care if it's going to help people on storage constrain machines. But we think that is going to show up in one thousand nine hundred. I wouldn't. I'm not sure if it's the least controversial. But I think what I meant by. That was what when you see a headline like Microsoft is gonna reserve another seven gigabytes of dispaced, so you can have a better experience installing the next update you can generate the headlines immediately. You know, kind of fake outrage it's going to occur because of that. So yeah, I guess if you're still using a thirty two gigabyte, you know, tablet, from eight years ago or something you might have some problems with that, obviously. But I I don't think for most people. This is a big big deal. This will trigger the same. You know, knee jerk articles, you always see around this kind of thing. Like, why one thousand twenty four megabytes is not really a gigabyte in how computer companies changed the the the way they measured this space, and how it doesn't make any sense. And how you buy a computer or phone or whatever it is. It has some amount of data or dispaced rather than what you really getting is the smaller amount, and blah, blah by goes on. But I whatever, you know, I. I think for most people honestly, given the steam that we're forced to live with which is at Microsoft is going to update the stupid thing. Whether you wanted to or not I'd rather have a go. Well, you know, frankly, and I think in this age of cloud storage and whatnot. I think more and more people are starting not to hoard everything on one computer where they need all the storage. They are sinking to the cloud and accessing the bits they need on individual computers. And so maybe spaces less. Important, you know, for some of us at least. So is there currently no storage that aside in windows for updates? That's a good question. Am I actually don't it? Does it? No. I would guess that it reserves the storage as you go to download the update and that if you don't have enough warning with that point, and then you can run the wizard type thing you can run the free up to space. But it seems like they're proactively doing this Microsoft's goal. Of course is to download this thing in the background. Not tell you anything about it. Get the installed going to do everything it can do without rebooting. And then kind of alert you at that point and say, hey, by the way, a quick reboot later, you're gonna have a new version of windows, or whatever the update is. And that sounds like a good experience. Theory. This will say, oh, we forgot one other big feature. Their updates to note pad. Hits that I don't know. But you know, they're mostly things that would appeal to coders like there's changes to the way no pet handles encoding. There's some new shortcuts available for opening new notepad windows..

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

09:17 min | 3 years ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Your iheartradio app. Coming up John McAfee on the run. Yeah. That McAfee the guy that used to own the company, the antivirus company, and is like a super eccentric hilarious guy that actually ran for the libertarian party's presidential nomination in two thousand sixteen. That's the McAfee the crypto currency advocate. Who apparently now the federal government is trying to put him in a prison cell over his advocacy of crypto currency will let McAfee speak for himself here in a moment from his boat in international waters says he has escaped the jurisdictional grasp at least for now of the United States federal government. It's in here with you and Johnson plano that. We were talking about this ridiculous porn Bill. That has been filed in Arizona. Thankfully, only one sponsor. So none of the Arizona. Legislators the sides. It's sponsor willing to actually sign onto this that suggest it is going to die a slow death. But it led to the. Discussion about this idea of taxing porn sites. They're doing it in the UK, by the way. I don't know if you heard about this Johnson, but the UK has passed a porn. Like pass code system thing where if you wanna get on a porn site, and you are in the UK you have to go and purchase like a card that you access to put in code go into most of the major porn sites. Now, many of these porn sites actually, voluntarily adopt. If you're in the UK as a porn site operator. I have to adopt it, but outside of the UK, obviously, they can't force a company if you're running a porn site in the US, the UK can't force you to adopt their it's like an age verification system. Basically, that's what the claim is. But you have to pay to access it. And if you are outside of the UK what they will what they'll do is basically tell you. Well, look Johnson your running porn site. Big busty, girls dot com, or whatever. And in the the US if you want the UK's customers, and there's a fair amount of customers over in the right and porn sites are an international business. So. Do you want the UK customers because if you want them, then you would have to implement one of these age verification systems, and therefore you become under- sort of semi control of the UK government at that point. So you've got the Australian government with a porn blocking system nationwide. You've got China, which of course, spans all pornography nationwide. And they've got of course, the so-called great wall internet blocked there. And now proposal in Arizona that all computer devices be sold with essentially block list and software on it that could be unlocked by paying essentially a tax to the Zona state. It's a scary concept, and it led to the sort of a larger discussion about porn on the internet. And you during the news break there were doing a little bit of research on porn hub. Yes. So they do this thing called the state of the union every so often where they do state of their company, basically, not really they're talking about the state of the United States in terms of porn, and what happens on their website and. So the because they have access to massive amount of data. Right. So they are. You were telling me hundred forty-seven gigabytes per second of data transferred. Yeah. That's. So massive such a massive amount of data. It's you know. I think it was like five hundred and forty something pedal bites data transfer to every year is it the number three website or like in the top five basically in the United States, porn hub is massive. Yeah. Yes. Something like that. I mean, it's just. So they do they do this sort of end of year in review thing and looking for that to see kind of what information that I would gain that state thing. But apparently the thing that they do with the state's. Yeah. Is a separate thing. Okay. So that's I guess like amid around the time that the actual state of. So you know, the coming up, right? Yeah. I think so so maybe they'll do their. You know, they'll do their thing when they do that the union and then we'll find out more executive formation. But I did bring up the thousand seventeen information just because and I will say this is no they do some sorry. Five hundred twenty nine thousand gigabytes per hour. They do twelve point seven million gigabytes of data per day. Point seven million gigabytes. Incredible. Madam information. So I was looking at the, you know, because I wanted to specifically find out about areas Zona, so like most of the United States, apparently, lesbian is the most popular search term, okay? With the exception of Alaska where is the most popular and Asian is the most popular in Hawaii. Okay. Where there are a few handful of states where milk is most by including New Hampshire apparently. And then what does that what state is that Delaware? What? Maryland ebony is there, and then they have a thing about which was stars are the most popular and apparently rally read in Arizona. And then gaining searches is cheerleader. Arizona. Yeah. You know, there are some other gaining searches that are odd. Some say. But anti is also the out west the wind related terms searched more often when compared to other states, so wait relative terms. Relative terms searched more often when you compare that state to another state. Okay. Hence tie would be, you know, relatively popular in Arizona giant. This is relatively popular in New Hampshire. I have never even heard that term before women attack. What does that fifty foot woman movie from you know, longtime ago, I don't know. But. Well, there's also like really be movies with Amazon women in the title as well. Yeah. Yeah. So all right. So there you go anti early also lesbian. They have average time spent cheerleading, which is kind of interesting, you know, like how long per state per state. So like average time spent on the so I guess in Mississippi number one spending a lotta time in Mississippi. Well, isn't Mississippi one of the poorer states? So, you know, there's even around watching porn, I guess, I don't know. But. Yeah. So there's lots of interest. Interesting information there for the porno, where does this bows that thing coming because you're reading something out loud, and you mentioned bows debt? Oh. He's like unique searches that are happening, right. This porno insights is their blog of like interesting trends analyzing their their own sites. So for example, they had like a Halloween insights that they did where they put out insights around Halloween. They have apparently red dead redemption to insights because that's leaking its way into porn. So people are, you know, Dan, born basic Cowboys searches in red dead searches and like all sorts of different related since the game has come out or in related searches. I guess gaming has a large impact on point because they have redemption they've got four night. And then they've got this bowser and bats set thing now, which are you know, video games. And so this was specifically during the Halloween season that they're just different articles. So like they they have a Halloween insights. But the residents an article about bows debt on their blog. Yes, there is is is an article on their blog. They've got another one about. Like in regards to the apple special event. So when apple was like releasing its new stuff, and they they were talking about how the traffic is affected on their website. You know, when they have all sorts of stuff about like how the Super Bowl affects the creates a dip in traffic on born because people actually are doing something else. The union or like, some other speeches or you know, big, you know, like an NBA playoff that kind of stuff affects the traffic is just interesting. No. A dip and traffic. So, you know, just interesting stuff. But I mean, they have stuff's about like Star Wars. Insights on may the fourth that they published an article about fetishes. Solo came out, you think it came out. And may maybe they've got a thing about sneaker fetish is apparently some upcoming thing that's happening now sneakers like you put on like Chuck Taylor's, like different types of sneakers is becoming a fetish. Now, I know that there are people with foot-fetishists that would make sense. It's just. Indeed..

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:12 min | 3 years ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"FM on iheartradio. As we get into another hour of this nightcap for Monday night. January twenty first two nineteen Gary Jeff Walker with you on seven hundred wwl w joining us the guy called the man had her my guy. My tech guy. Dave header also happens to be the mayor of fort, right and spend a few minutes with us this half hour. Mr. had how are you? I'm great, Gary, Jeff, how're you doing well doing well. Thank you. So let's go through some of the the stories we wanted to look at for today, an astonishing seven hundred seventy three million records exposed in monster breach, another mega breach. Tell me about. This is crazy. So a guy named Troy hunt who owns a website called have I been toned, which is designed to help you determine if your information has been put out on the web at some point. I encourage people to check it out. I know funny. It's literally have been TWA any day. It's easy to find. This guy's known for finding these kind of things. And he found this gigantic treasure cove, seven hundred seventy two million nine hundred four thousand nine hundred and ninety one. Email addresses and Twenty-one million unique passwords out in a hacking forum, and you know, the the big thing about this. If you really dig down into it, it it's it's been source collectively known as collection one. That's where it was originally found eighty seven gigabytes of data that is an enormous amount of data and one of the things that hunt pointed out and discovering this was. Keep found a whole bunch of new Email addresses and passwords that haven't shown anywhere before their new out there in the hacker world so up to this point. No one has been able to specifically say where this came from most of the experts that have looked at it speculated that it's kind of a collection of breaches that have been aggregated over time. So here's the I finally found the numbers here hundred and forty million Email accounts and ten million unique passwords that are new to his database. So it's it's new information that's been leaked somewhere possibly one fight possibly multiple sites. But it just goes to show you how important it is to make sure that you have a unique password for every site. I mean, I think that's the be in my mind. I guess usually cubic take away the first big takeaway is, you know, this is an enormous amount of data, and it makes it easy for bad people to try to steal your information. Steal your credentials figured energy and do all kinds of bad things. And these things are very common. It seems like we read about them all the time. And I would say secondarily and of equal if not more important is why it's so important. That you have a unique strong password for every site you use. If your information showed up in this spree, then hackers can potentially get into every account that you have. So basically what you're saying is if you are on different sites you need to have a unique password for each individual site. You just can't use the same password over and over and over again that is exactly what I'm saying. Gary, it's painful as it is for people. I know people hate this advice because it's a pain to try to come up with a strong and unique passwords for every site. This is just another example where this information is available. It's easy for the bad guys to get. And if your information is in it, and you have the same password on every site now, they have the keys to your entire you really need to do that. And you know, I think one way potentially simplify that is to look at some kind of password manager software laugh path is a famous popular one. There are others these things it's gotta be careful when you. Get one of these you have to do the homework and bet it and make sure it yet. And not some software that is pretending to be a password. Sure programme. So you gotta do your homework. There are there are several out there. But it every day. It's getting more critical that you're securing your accountant, ideally, using multi factor, a two factor authentication wherever possible so that even if they do get your password, then they're not gonna have the pin. It it's much much harder to crack an account, but us to factor also known as multi factor authentication where you get emailed or texted a in that you have to enter as part of the log in sure. You know, I'm sure this won't be the last one of these we see, and you know, so far this is one of the bigger one. But I I would say in twenty nineteen you're going to see that even more of these kind of things and again once this gets out there, bad guys can get it and just keep adding more information to it from different breaches. So it's a. Dave to Dave Hatter. Tech, dude. My IT guy. The mad Hatter here on the nightcap. Security home security is a big deal for people. And with the new technology. A company called ring has really kind of. Villa dominated the field of home security now where you know, you got the doorbell on your house with a camera, and it goes directly to your phone and see if somebody is trying to steal your packages or break into your home or do some something heinous while you're away. It's it's a nice idea. But we've just found out that if you own a ring doorbell. The smart home company owned by Amazon, which ponied up more than a billion dollars to get has been apparently violating its customers privacy and a pretty shocking way talk about what's happening. If you've got a ring doorbell and the company that supposedly keeping your house safe and. This is pretty disturbing. I think you know, a lot of people love these IOT or internet of things gadgets. And in many cases, they can't provide a lot of convenience that are very handy. So the ring doorbell is part of a system that rain provides. They've got other cameras you can hook up inside your house and everything, but they're primarily known for the doorbell rang the doorbell to cameras on you can see that the door. You can communicate with the person at the door. You can see from your phone or whatever with the apple on it, even when you're not home. So, you know, it's kind of interesting people love these gadgets, and they don't often consider the potential privacy and security implications of been so in this particular case, it appears that employees have ring have access to all of the videos that these cameras have taken from what I've read digging into their spying on their customers, basically pretty much pretty much. The videos are not store. Gordon encrypted form, which means anyone could get access to them could you them? And it looks like you to some security flaws. It's at least possible. I haven't seen anything that confirms. This is true..

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hey, hey, hey, you how are you today? Leo LaPorte here the tech guy. Yes, I'm sorry. You were you were hoping for the gardening show. No. It's time to talk about computers your worst nightmare geek with his own radio show. We talk about. The computers the internet. We talk about now. I don't talk like that. We talk about a smartphones nowadays technologies, everything right smart watches, augmented reality virtual reality. Big screen TV's all that stuff. Eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo's my phone number eight eight eight eight two seven five five three six now that's toll-free from anywhere in the US or Canada outside that area can still reach me. But you and it's still free, but you have to use Skype at I'm sorry Skype out or something like that call that toll toll-free number eighty eight eighty eight. Ask Lee the website. And I put everything we talk about on the website. The website is tech guy. Labs dot com. We input audio and video from the show after the fact up there, so you can see all one thousand five hundred fifty eight shows holy cow. As we begin our C, we've completed fifteen years, we begin our sixteenth year talking about this stuff. And you know, what is what was the big story. I guess if twenty eighteen was was hacks breaches, right? Data breaches? The biggest data breach. Today is Yahoo. Three billion, which is everybody three billion user records hacked. But I have to give you a heads up. This might this is talk about a lot of different things. But this one is important, and I want you to pay attention. And this this comes from a guy named Troy hunt. He's a security researcher who runs a site. I'm gonna send you to when you get home. Call have I been postponed that's owned spelled with the P. Have I been postponed dot com? Troy. Said he has found online something he calls collection number one. It is the largest trove of leaked data. Now. Remember, I said the Yahoo breaches three billion. But it was never for some reason. None of the was ever reveal which makes me think it was a government probably China that did the hack and China's not in it for the money. China's in it for the data. Most of the Chinese acts. We know that come from the government of China don't get released onto the dark web. But this one did get ready for this seven hundred seventy two million nine hundred four thousand nine hundred ninety one unique Email addresses, but this is the one that scares me. These were posted to a hacking form Twenty-one million passwords twenty one million unique passwords these are passwords, not encrypted not hashed or they were, but they were reverse engineered people figured out. What the passwords were. In raw form, it's it's a spreadsheet two point seven billion rows of Email addresses and passwords. It was on mega which is the New Zealand based file sharing service that Kim dotcom created. It sat in a folder called collection. Number one, twelve thousand files eighty seven gigabytes. So here's the here's your homework. Choice site. Have I been postponed is a good site for you to know about and keep probably in your bookmarks have HIV E I B E N. And here's the only weird part p w n e d dot com. Have I been? The hacks heck sores. Us. So you have to understand the culture. Of kind of bad guys. Exactly. It's just the hacker culture is they like to play with words, and and say things funny in this case instead of saying owned, they call it pony. And in fact, I've been hearing this word so long now that it seems normal to me. But I realized that to most years it will be what? Have I been postponed dot com? Now when you get there, you can enter in your Email address and see if you've been postponed, almost certainly you have in other words that your Email address it somewhere. That's not really a big deal. People can't really do that much with your Email address. But up at the top of the page. You'll see on the menu. A link called passwords this is where you must go. If you have been using a password or variation of password on a lot of different sites. You need to enter that password in there and see if that password was revealed in one of these breaches, particularly in this collection, number one. And the reason is if you re us, Pat, this is why we say don't reuse passwords if if you entered a password in there, and he's only used it on one site. No big deal. You go to that site. You change it, right. If you've used on a lot of sites, and you don't remember which sites, and we all have I have a less secure password. I use. I mean, I don't care if some hacker gets into my, you know, newspaper subscription account. Well, I guess I might if they moved the address, but you know, there's stuff you subscribe to that. You don't really it's not like you're giving your Bank account your credit card number in there. This is my excuse. It's a bad excuse. I I have a couple of passwords, by the way, I checked it. And it's in there, which means now I have to go back and figure out man. What sites did I use that password on there were lots of them. And change them all one by one. And I want you to do this to. Okay, you go directly there have I been dot com slash passwords with a capital p or go.

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Two in van Nuys. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm about ETA. Hey, hey, hey, you how are you today? Leo LaPorte here the tech guy. Yes, I'm sorry. You were you were hoping for the gardening show. No. It's time to talk about computers your worst nightmare geek with his own radio show. We talk about. That's the computers the internet. We talk about. Now. I don't talk like that. We talk about a smartphones. Nowadays technology is everything. Right. Smart watches, augmented reality virtual reality. Big screen TV's all that stuff. Eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo's my phone number eight eight eight eight two seven five five three six now that's toll-free from anywhere in the US or Canada outside that area, you can still reach me. But she and it's still free, but you have to use Skype at I'm sorry. Skype out or something like that to call that that toll-free number eighty eight eighty eight ask Lia the website. And I put everything we talk about on the website. The website is tech guy. Labs dot com. We put audio and video from the show after the fact up there, so you can see all one thousand five hundred fifty eight shows holy cow. As we begin. Our? Let's see we've completed fifteen years we begin our sixteenth year talking about this stuff. And you know, what is what was the big story. I guess twenty eighteen was was hacks and breaches, right? Data breaches the biggest data breach. Today is yahu three billion which is everybody three billion user records hacked. But I have to give you a heads up. This might this is I talked about a lot of different things. But this one is important, and I want you to pay attention. And this this comes from a guy named Troy hunt. He's a security researcher who runs a site. I'm gonna send you to when you get home. Call have I been pony, and that's owned spelled with a P. Have I been postponed dot com? Troy. Said he has found online something he calls collection number one. It is the largest trove of leaked data. Now. Remember, I said the Yahoo breaches three billion. But it was never for some reason. None none of the stuff was ever reveal. Which makes me think it was a government probably China that did the hack and China's not in it for the money. China's in it for the data. Most of the Chinese actually know that come from the government of China don't get released onto the dark web. But this one did get ready for this seven hundred seventy two million nine hundred four thousand nine hundred ninety one unique Email addresses, but this is the one that scares me. Posted to a hacking form Twenty-one million passwords twenty one million unique passwords these are passwords, not encrypted not hashed or they were, but they were reverse engineered people figured out. What the passwords were. In raw form, it's it's a spreadsheet two point seven billion Roosevelt mail addresses and passwords. It was on mega which is the New Zealand based file sharing service that Kim dotcom created. It sat in a folder called collection. Number one, twelve thousand files eighty-seven gigabytes. So here's the here's your homework. Choice site. Have I been ponied is a good site for you to know about and keep probably in your bookmarks have HIV E I B E N. And here's the only weird part p w e d dot com. Have I been what the hacks heck sores? Us. You have to understand the culture. Of kind of. It's that bad guys. Exactly. It's just the hacker culture is they like to play with words and say things funny, and in this case instead of a thing owned, they call it pony. And in fact, I've been hearing this word so long now that it seems normal to me, but I realized to most years it will be what? Have I been postponed dot com? Now when you get there, you can enter in your Email address and see if you've been postponed, almost certainly you have in other words that your Email address it somewhere. That's not really a big deal. People can't really do that much with your Email address. But up at the top of the page. You'll see on the menu. A a link called passwords this is where you must go. If you have been using a password or variation of password on a lot of different sites. You need to enter that password in there and see if that password was revealed in one of these breaches, particularly in this collection, number one. And the reason is if you re us, Pat, this is why we say don't reuse passwords if if you enter a password in there, and he's only used it on one site. No big deal. You go to that site. You change it, right. If you use it on a lot of sites, and you don't remember which sites, and we all have I have a less secure password. I use I mean, I don't care for some hacker gets into my newspaper subscription account. Well, I guess I might if they moved the address, but you know, there's stuff you subscribe to that. You don't really it's not like you're giving your Bank account your credit card number in there. This is my excuse. That's a bad excuse. I have a couple of passwords, by the way, I checked it. And it's in there, which means now I have to go back and figure out man. What sites did I use that password on there were lots of them. And change them all one by one. And I want you to do this to. Okay, you go directly.

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Product. Bill. Sequence upgrade machines. It's been a real mess, and it continues to be a mess. Oh, I bet. I bet Microsoft's thing listening to you saying and our thinking about MacIntosh going. Oh, no. Then is not what they wanted. That's that's really what. My question comes in is we've dealt with this with Microsoft. So how am because I know you have a very mixed environment in your law. For instance, we have volume licenses for our editors because we don't want them to have to upgrade those editing machines. I doubt there even on seventy three. We don't upgrade them. Hello. I think his phone was dying. Did you hear that? Yeah. It was cutting in and out. So I gather what your question is. I'll just have to answer on the air since we've lost you, I gather what your question is. Do you have the same rigmarole with MAC with MAC OS? And no you don't. But you'd also don't go to as much enterprise support. Apple doesn't really have a big enterprise footprint. So. You know there. There's no volume licensing because no one pays for the operating system. You get it for free. When you buy a MAC, and you get upgrades for free forever. And here's the most important thing. You can defer upgrades as long as you want. In fact, if you buy a MAC today, you never have to upgrade it ever. There are some security patches that are pushed out without even your knowledge. Those you can't defer 'cause you don't have you don't know gatekeeper, for instance, they have I think a very nice solution to protect people from installing militias software called gatekeeper, and it has a database of known, malware, which gets updated automatically. I don't think that's gonna cause your problem. The the big operating system updates. You can defer ignore the little updates you can defer and ignore they do regular security patches, not like Microsoft on a monthly basis, but just kind of ad hoc. And you'll get them from time to time it'll urge you to do it. But it doesn't it doesn't force you to do it. So if you're one concern is that an enterprise, this is different from home users. Now, home users are listening going. Oh, I'd like to put off updates Doh. Don't please. Please. That's why Microsoft's Windows. Ten home edition will only allow you to for actually until recently. They didn't allow you to put them off at all ninety stand. The next version is going to allow you to do a two week deferral two weeks is I think reasonable that way. We certainly if there's something really wrong with it. You'll know about it within a week or two. I don't think it's prudent to keep to let people defer updates because almost always security updates are critical. It's different in business. You have an IT department managing these things you presumably have a managed network. You have your own protections against our spyware all of that. I certainly hope you do. And and more importantly, if say, you're in manufacturer, you have machines. Computer, aided manufacturing machines that are often very sensitive to updates can break because it's a specialized product, and so that's completely reasonable for Tom for our caller in his business for Shane. I should say in his business to say we don't want that update. It's going to break our manufacturer. That's not you. At home, you at home, you need to you're probably not running any weirdo software like that. So you need to do it. Let me see if you back Shane into your phone. I think I think I'm back when it was going in and out. So I don't know what happened, but. It's. My internet. Did you did you hear did you hear my basic answer? Which is no MacIntosh lets you defer forever. Okay. Well, I think. My name problem with that is that we don't want them to download it. All why do they do do like Mojave or whatever? No. They don't download anything unless you specifically requested unlike Microsoft, which has announced by the way that the next version of windows are gonna reserve seven gigabytes of your hard drive for updates and caches and things apple.

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:05 min | 3 years ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Tells us it's time for no it's not Chris Mark is on walkabouts are photo guy normally joins us. This hour is is on walkabout in New Zealand. The lucky guy taking a much deserved vacation. Most of the time when Chris travels is to leave a photo workshop. He does amazing workshops in effect. I as I remember after his vacation in New Zealand. He'll be going on a workshop. I think too. I wanna say this foul barred in the great north where the reindeer and Santa Claus lift for a photo workshop he will be back with us. So he's gonna take couple of weeks off he'll be back in March six weeks from now with his photo segment. So I know I know that that makes you sad. But the good news is I can take more calls about that eighty eight eighty eight ask Shane in Indianapolis Shane. I hear you. Great. Welcome. Thanks. Thanks for taking my call. My pleasure. What can I do for you? Okay. So the company I work for actually were leg locks. Oh, we love schlab. Good company. Yeah. But what we're looking at doing is. We're getting more requests for lack in our environment. I'm traffic has slave makes a number of bluetooth enabled locks, you know, home home kit locks that kind of thing. So is that what you're talking about the right? We started off with the developers. And then we moved into some of the other piece kind of trickling down into our cellular environment. Does not work with max now. I feel like Schley does. All right. Like, I said, our our your products do but not in house. I get it. I get what you're saying. Right. Right. Right. Because you know, it's a it's an it's a enterprise environment. Right. Right. So we're using to manage machines. And all that good stuff. Oh, that's cool. Do you work in you work in the manufacturer part of it? We. We're desktop engineering. So basically what we do is we make sure that the manufacturing machines. Don't get updates at the wrong time. And. So it's like IT, but it's for manufacturer. We we run into quite a lot of problems with the windows update. Yes, upgrade? Yes. Seventeen o nine days. Yes. Microsoft is Microsoft solution is hey, just go ahead and download Las. And oh. Semi gigs per down. Yeah. There are a lot of IT folks listening going. Yeah. Like, I'm gonna install all those updates the minute. They're out. No, no. You wanna test them? You want to roll them out? And that's why people have enterprise subscriptions to windows. They are able to do that when Microsoft will allow you to do that. It's only the home users can't defer the updates, although I understand they're going to allow home users to defer for two weeks, which is ridiculous. But the, but you understand why they want home users to secure they wanted to get those updates, and I don't blame. And we did the we did the eighteen o nine right? When it came out. Big mistake. Big mistake. We had a little problem with that. You are you have license. Tell me about your license for you're not using just individual licenses for your machines. You have. No, no, no, no, no. We're we're using. We're using a well for windows were using server. Okay. Where you by volume like, you have a volume license. So when when you do volume licensing with Microsoft, you're able to defer as long as you want it was your choice to go to eighteen o nine, but they didn't make you do that. Well, they they have a deadline. Really? I thought you could defer it for up to a year with volume licensing. Here's how it works out though. So we started with we started fifteen eleven. Yeah. We went to sixteen o seven and then seventeen nine rolled around and the. We have some problems within krypton because we went to McAfee we have another product. Well. Sequence upgrade machines. It's been a real mess, and it continues to be a met Mets. I bet I bet Microsoft's listening to you saying and our thinking about MacIntosh going. Oh, no. Then is not what they wanted. That's that's that's really what. My question comes in is when we've dealt with this with Microsoft, so how am because I know you have a very mixed environment in your well. For instance, we have volume licenses for our editors because we don't want them to have to upgrade, their those editing machines. I doubt there even on seventy three. We don't grade them. Even. Hello. I think his phone was dying. Did you hear that? Yeah. It was cutting in and out. So I gather what your question is. I'll just have to answer on the air ashamed since we've lost you, I gather what your question is. Do you have the same rigmarole with MAC with MAC OS? And no you don't. But you'd also don't get as much enterprise support. Apple doesn't really have a big enterprise footprint. So. There. There's no volume licensing because no one pays for the operating system. You get it for free. When you buy a MAC, and you get upgrades for free forever. And here's the most important thing. You can defer upgrades as long as you want. In fact, if you buy a MAC today, you never have to upgrade it ever. There are some security patches that are pushed out without even your knowledge. Those you can't defer because you don't have you don't know gatekeeper. For instance, they have a very nice solution to protect people from installing malicious software called gatekeeper, and it has a database of known, malware, which gets updated automatically. I don't think that's going to cause your problem. The the big operating system updates. You can defer nor the little updates you can defer and ignore they do regular security patches, not like Microsoft on a monthly basis, but just kind of ad hoc. And you'll get them from time to time it'll urge you to do it. But it doesn't it doesn't force you to do it. So if you're one concern is that in an enterprise, this is different from home users. Now, home users are listening going. Oh, I'd like to put off updates. No don't. Please. Please. That's why Microsoft's Windows. Ten home edition will only allow you for actually until recently. They didn't allow you to put them off at all. And I understand the next version. It's going to allow you to do a two week deferral two weeks. I think reasonable that way. We certainly if there's something really wrong with it. You'll know about it within a week or two. I don't think it's prudent to keep to let people defer updates because almost always security updates are critical. It's different in business. You have an IT department managing these things you presumably have a managed network you have your own protections against malware spyware, all of that. I certainly hope you do. And more importantly, if say, you're in manufacturer, you have machines. Computer, aided manufacturing machines that are often very sensitive updates that can break because it's a specialized product, and so that's completely reasonable for Tom era for our caller in his business for Shane should say in his business to say, oh, we don't want that update. It's going to break our manufacturer. That's not you. At home, you at home, you need to you're probably not running any weirdo software like that. So you need to do it. Let me see if you back Shane into your phone. Yeah. It was going into that. So I don't know what happened. But. I think it's. I think it's my internet. Now, did you did you hear did you hear my basic answer? Which is no MacIntosh. Let you defer forever. Okay. Well, I think my and my name problem with that is that we don't want them to download it all like if they do do like Mojave or whatever. No. They don't download anything unless you specifically requested unlike Microsoft, which hasn't asked by the way that the next version of windows are going to reserve seven gigabytes of your hard drive for updates and caches and things. No apple does not do that. They do have a.

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"That's why Microsoft's Windows. Ten home edition will only allow you to actually until recently. They didn't. Allow you to put him off at all ninety stand. The next version is going to allow you to do a two week deferral two weeks. I think reasonable that way. Certainly if there's something really wrong with it. You'll know about it within a week or two. I don't think it's prudent to keep to let people defer updates because almost always security updates are critical. It's different in business. You have an IT department managing these things you presumably have managed network you have your own protections against malware spyware, all of that. I certainly hope you do. And and more importantly, say you're in manufacturer, you have machines computer, aided manufacture machines that are often very sensitive updates can break because it's a specialized product at. So this completely reasonable for Tom era for caller in his business for Shane. I should say in his business to say we don't want that update. It's going to break. Our you know manufacturer. That's not you. At home, you at home, you need to you're probably not running any weirdo for like that. So you need to do it. Let me see if are you back shaded your phone. I think I think I'm back. Yeah. When it was going in and out. So I don't know what happened. But. I think it's. I think as my internet. Did you did you hear did you hear my basic answer? Which is no MacIntosh lets you defer forever. Okay. Well, I think my and my name problem with that is that we don't want them to download it all like, they do do like Mojave or whatever. No. They don't download anything unless you specifically requested unlike Microsoft, which has announced by the way that the next version of windows are going to reserve seven gigabytes of your hard drive for updates and caches and things. No apple does not do that. They do have a installation partition, but that comes with the MAC from the factory, and it's never changed or expanded. And they don't require you to pre download Leila port the tech guy. Yeah. I don't think that what Microsoft's doing what I saw seven gigabytes. I flipped my lid. That's ridiculous. That's just ridiculous. Which I will say that that the fixed it, and it works really really well, but we can't do that. Yeah. Yeah. Boy do. Yeah. One question. Yes, sir. One more quick question. I'm trying to get into podcasting. What is meet vice? For doing remote podcasting. I've been looking at the Zun and I've been looking at at scam. So when you say remote podcasting. Doom. You wanna make putt cats? Right. Or just listen to recording. The you wanna listen to is the heart. You wanna make them? Yeah. So are you gonna use Skype power? You're gonna be connected to the people remotely. I'm actually going to go out into the field. Oh, yes..

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:29 min | 3 years ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"NewsRadio hearts radio station. Tells us this time. No, it's not Chris Marquardt is on walkabouts are photo guy who normally joins us. This hour is on walkabout in New Zealand, the lucky guy taking up much deserve occasion. Most of the time. When Chris travels is to leave a photo workshop. He does amazing workshops, in fact, I as I remember after his vacation in New Zealand. He'll be going on a workshop. I think to I wanna say this foul barred in the in the great north where the reindeer and Santa Claus lived for a photo workshop he will be back with us. So he's gonna take couple of weeks off he'll be back in March six weeks from now with his photo segment. So I know I know that that makes you sad. But the good news is I can take more calls about that eighty eight eighty eight asks Shane in Indianapolis Shane. I hear you. Great. Welcome. Thanks for taking my call. My pleasure. What can I do for you? Okay. So the company I work for actually worked for leg locks. Oh, we love schlab. Good company. Yeah. But we're looking at doing is we're getting more requests for MAC in our environment. Interesting because slake makes a number of bluetooth enabled locks, you know, home home kit locks that kind of thing. So is that what you're talking about the right? We start off with the developers. And then we moved into some kind of took down into our regular environment. Does not work with max now. I feel like slake does. All right. Like, I said, our our your products do but not in house. I get it. I get what you're saying. Right. Right. Because you know, it's a it's an it's a enterprise environment. Right. So we're using the commander machines and all that good stuff. Oh, that's cool. Do you work in do you work in the manufacturer part of it? We. We're just up engineering. So basically what we do is. We make sure that the manufacturing machines. Don't get updates at the wrong time. So it's like IT, but it's for manufacturer. Frankly, we run into quite a lot of problems with the windows updates. Yes. Upgrade? Yes. Seventeen o nine eight. Yes. Microsoft is Microsoft pollution is hey, just go ahead and download it promotes. And oh. Semi gigs per down. Yeah. There are a lot of IT folks listening going. Yeah. Like, I'm gonna install all those updates the minute. They're out. No, no. You wanna test them you want to roll out? And that's why when people have enterprise subscriptions to windows, they are able to do that when Microsoft will allow you to do that. It's only the home users can't defer the updates, although I understand they're going to allow home users to defer for two weeks, which is ridiculous. But the, but you understand why they want home users to secure they wanted to get those updates. And I don't blame. And we did the we did the eighteen or nine right? When it came out. Really big mistake. Big mistake. We had a little problem with that. You are you have license. Tell me about your license for you're not using just individual licenses for your machines. You have. No, no, no, no, no. We're we're using. We're using a well for windows were using server. Okay. Where we by volume like, you have a volume license. So when when you do volume licensing with Microsoft, you're able to defer as long as you want it was your choice to go to eighteen nine, but they didn't make you do that. Well, no, they they have a deadline. Really? I thought you could defer it for up to a year with volume licensing. Here's how it works out though. So we started with Cotin eleven then we went to sixteen o seven and then seventeen o nine rolled around and the. We have some problems with encryption because we went to Maccabi up with another product. Bill. Gwi- upgrade machines. It's been a real mess, and it continues to be a mess. Oh, I bet. I bet Microsoft's thing listening to you saying and our thinking about MacIntosh going. Oh, no. Then is not what they wanted that. That that's really what. My question comes in is when we dealt with this with Microsoft, so how and because I know you have a very mixed environment in your law. For instance, we have volume licenses for our editors because we don't want them to have to upgrade, their those editing machines. I doubt there even on seventeen o three. We don't upgrade them. Hello. I think his phone was dying. Did you hear that? Yeah. It was cutting in and out. So I I gather what your question is. I'll just have to answer on the air Shane since. We've lost you I gather what your question is. Do you have the same rigmarole with MAC with MAC OS? And no you don't. But you'd also don't go to as much enterprise support. Apple doesn't really have a big enterprise footprint. So. You know there. There's no volume licensing because no one pays for the operating system. You get it for free. When you buy a MAC, and you get upgrades for free forever. And and here's the most important thing. You can defer upgrades as long as you want. In fact, if you buy a MAC today, you never have to upgrade it ever. There are some security patches that are pushed out without even your knowledge. Those you can't defer because you don't have you don't know gatekeeper. For instance, they have a very nice solution to protect people from installing malicious software called gatekeeper, and it has a database of known Maui where which gets updated automatically. I don't think that's gonna cause your problem. The the big operating system updates. You can defer ignore the little updates you can defer and ignore they do regular security patches, not like Microsoft on a monthly basis, but just kind of ad hoc. And you'll get them from time to time it'll urge you to do it. But it doesn't it doesn't force you to do it. So if you're one concern is that an enterprise, this is different from home users now home users are listening. Oh, I'd like to put off updates Doh. Don't play. Please. Please. That's why Microsoft's Windows. Ten home edition will only allow you to for actually until recently. They didn't allow you to put him off at all. And I understand the next version is going to allow you to do a two week deferral two weeks. I think reasonable that way. We certainly if there's something really wrong with it. You'll know about it within a week or two. I don't think it's prudent to keep to let people defer updates because almost always security updates our critical. It's different in business. You have an IT department managing these things you presumably have a managed network you have your own protections against malware spyware, all of that. I certainly hope you do. And and more importantly, if say, you're in manufacturer, you have machines. Computer, aided manufacturing machines that are often very sensitive to updates can break because it's a specialized product, and so that's completely reasonable for Tom era for a caller in his business. Shane I should say in his business to say, oh, we don't want that update. It's going to break. Our you know manufacturer. That's not you. At home, you at home, you need to you're probably not running any weirdo software like that. So you need to do it. Let me see if you back Shane at your phone. I think I think I'm back when it was going in and out. So I don't know what happened, but. I think it's. My internet. Did you did you hear did you hear my basic answer? Which is no MacIntosh lets you defer forever. Okay. Well, I think. My name problem with that is it. We don't want them to download it. All why do they do do like Mojave or whatever? No. They don't download anything unless you specifically requested unlike Microsoft, which has announced by the way that the next version of windows are gonna reserve seven gigabytes of your hard drive for updates and caches and things. No apple.

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"seven gigabytes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"seven gigabytes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Upgrade machines. It's been a real mess, and it continues to be a mess. Oh, I bet. I bet Microsoft's thing listening to you saying and our thinking about MacIntosh going. Oh, no. That is not what they wanted. That's that's really where. My question comes in is when we've dealt with this with Microsoft, so how am because I know you have a very mixed environment. In your for instance, we have volume licenses for our editors because we don't want them to have to upgrade, and their those editing machines. I doubt there even on seventy three. We don't upgrade them. Hello. I think it's fun was dying. Did you hear that? Yeah. It was cutting in and out. So I I gather what your question is. I'll just have to answer on the machine since we've lost you, I gather what your question is. Do you have the same rigmarole with MAC with MAC OS? And no you don't. But you'd also don't get as much enterprise support. Apple doesn't really have a big enterprise footprint. So. You know there. There's no volume licensing because no one pays for the operating system. You get it for free. When you buy a MAC, and you get upgrades for free forever. And and here's the most important thing. You can defer upgrades as long as you want. In fact, if you buy a MAC today, you never have to upgrade it ever. There are some security patches that are pushed out without even your knowledge. Those you can't defer because you don't have it. You don't know gatekeeper, for instance, they have I think very nice solution to protect people from installing malicious software called gatekeeper, and it has a database of known, malware, which gets updated automatically. I don't think that's gonna cause your problem. The the big operating system updates. You can defer in of nor the little updates you can defer and ignore they do regular security patches, not like Microsoft on a monthly basis, but just kind of ad hoc. And you'll get them from time to time it'll urge you to do it. But it doesn't it doesn't force you to do it. So if you're one concern is that in an enterprise, this is different from home users. Now, home users are listening going. Oh, I'd like to put off updates. No, don't please. Please. That's why Microsoft's Windows. Ten home edition will only allow you to for actually until recently. They didn't allow you to put off at all. And I understand the next version is going to allow you to do a two week deferral two weeks. I think reasonable that way. Certainly if there's something really wrong with it. You'll know about it within a week or two. I don't think it's prudent to keep to let people defer updates because almost always security updates are critical. It's different in business. You have an IT department managing these things you presumably have a managed network you have your own protections against malware spyware, all of that. I certainly hope you do. And and more importantly, they say, you're in manufacturer you have machines. Computer, aided manufacturing machines that are often very sensitive to updates that can break because it's a specialized product, and so that's completely reasonable for Tom era for our caller in his business for Shane. I should say in this business to say, oh, you don't want that update. It's going to break our manufacturer. That's not you. At home, you at home, you need to you're probably not running any weirdo software like that. So you need to do it. Let me see if are you back. Shane into your phone. I think I think I'm back when it was going in and out. So I don't know what happened, but. I think it's. My internet. Did you did you hear did you hear my basic answer? Which is no MacIntosh lets you defer forever. Okay. Well, I think my and my name problem with that is it. We don't want them to download it all they do do like Mojave or whatever. No. They don't download anything unless you specifically requested unlike Microsoft, which has announced by the way that the next version of windows are going to reserve seven gigabytes of your hard drive for updates and caches and things. No apple does not do.

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The Best Video Games to Gift this Holiday Season | Digital Trends

TechtalkRadio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

The Best Video Games to Gift this Holiday Season | Digital Trends

"We'll see these games come out around the first week in mid November, and they're perfect for the holiday season. And you have so many other titles that are coming out. Then intendo switch is got all kinds of stuff that they're doing. Now, you've got smashed brothers. You've got some amazing, amazing games that again are on their way. Next week is video game from rockstar. It is called red dead redemption to it was fast. I actually supposed to be out at the beginning of the. Year, and a lot of people were were excited about that. The company went ahead and held it back for, of course release for October twenty six, and they said they had to do some fine tuning on it. Now we're still trying to find out as Justin mentioned last week, will there be a PC version now I will get call of duty black ups for for. But right now it only looks like it's going to be for PS four, an XBox, Xbox One. That's it right now. A new trailer was released. Some people very excited about this graphics are amazing. I mean, they're just fantastic. Red dead redemption to is a huge game just like call of duty, black ops four. When I bought it for my daughter, I remember asking her well, did you get into play, sent him still waiting for it to download? That was a forty. Three gigabyte download for her. And I know the people that bought the the higher end versions it was a little bigger, but forty three gigabytes rockstar brought czar games. Redbird dead redemption to was actually. Available as of last night for gamers to be able to start preloading the digital copies that they bought for either the p. PS four or the Xbox One because it is so huge ninety nine gigabytes for the PS four hundred and seven gigabytes for the Xbox One. So if you haven't XBox when you have a PS four and you have a lot of game titles that are installed on the devices, you're going to have to clear some of those depending on the space that you have anyone downloading the game on the PS four needs an additional extra fifty gigabytes free just to complete the installation process, but they've allowed people to already start preloading the digital copies. So that way they'll be ready to play. Once the game is they're going to lock it how they're going to do that. But either way that's October twenty six. Now, if you don't play these games and you're listening, you're well. I don't know anti-eta I don't. I don't play these kind of games. I don't know. Still respect the graphics in the work that went into some of these red dead redemption to a western. And it's kind of neat because we haven't seen a western, a longtime, the original title, red dead. Redemption was just an amazing game. This one is even more

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