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"steve koenig" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on KOMO

"Called a bright drop. That's your money now. India prepares to roll out later this week What will be the world's largest vaccination program? These are your world headlines from ABC News government health official Dr V. K. Paul. We believe it is very much in our grasp to mount a great program. Girls largest vaccination program eventually as we built it up over months to come the initial aim to inoculate an estimated 30 million doctors, nurses and other frontline workers in the first days elsewhere, the number of new Corona virus infections in the Netherlands has fallen for the second week and roll the decrease said to be the first effect. Of a nationwide lockdown and Spain is struggling in the aftermath of a massive snowfall that hardened in the ice amid a record cold snap. It turns streets and roads into safety hazards and areas on accustomed to extreme winters. I'm time rivers that the baby scene is foreign desk in London passionate arguments for and against forceful police tactics dominate one of the first legislative hearings of the new session. Almost Corwin Haig has more use of chokeholds tear gas armored vehicles and no knock warrants are among the equipment and tactics that would be banned statewide. Under House Bill 10 54 many cases bad policing is a result of that policy. Democratic representative Jesse Johnson is Bill sponsor. We have seen evidence this year, unnecessary violence and tactics that have produced negative outcomes predominantly for communities of the neck. Restraint that killed George Floyd in Minneapolis is of prominent Sample port of Seattle Police officer Armand Borrows says chokeholds should be illegal over the vascular neck restraint when an officer is properly trained, is an effective technique to safely gain compliance. The bill seeks statewide standards on police tactics rather than policy that varies from one law enforcement agency to the next. Corwin Heiko, Mo News. Homo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Of a new crash in Seattle on 16th Avenue South that East marginal Ways South, partially blocking with emergency crews on the scene. M Pacific a crash on the south on Highway 1 67 just after Ellingson Road is on the right shoulder. Looks like there are emergency crews on the scene there as well. And it's no homage Road construction on Highway two between Bickford Avenue and Highway nine is the roadway reduced to just one lane with alternating traffic until four o'clock tomorrow morning. Our next Come on traffic at 9 34 your Co Moh forecast. Good evening. Art Sanders Windy and rain tonight Overnight Lows Low forties tomorrow Breezy. Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain in the morning and mostly sunny with a slight chance of rain in the afternoon highs near 50. Partly sunny Thursday in your 50 Friday. Mostly cloudy chance of rain in the morning highs around 50 Saturday. Patchy fog in the morning. Otherwise mostly cloudy upper forties Sunday. Mostly cloudy chance of rain back up to 50 and Martin Luther King Jr Day. Mostly cloudy, slight chance of rain highs in the upper forties. Overnight lows around 40. That's your latest weather from the coma Forecast team from ABC News TECH trends, The 2021 consumer electronic show looks a lot different. Steve Koenig is the V P of research at the Consumer Technology Association, which usually puts on SI es in Las Vegas this year. Because of the Corona virus pandemic, The show will be completely online. We're gonna have an anchor desk. That will help attendees navigate different elements of the show. Whether it's keynotes conference sessions, different product announcements, E. T. A is touting new features on the C E s website that are supposed to recreate the feeling of an in person event. There are tools that allow attendees to connect peer to peer if you like.

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"steve koenig" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:22 min | 7 months ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Votes tomorrow. If the House votes to impeach Trump, the managers will go on to present the case to senators. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is reportedly pleased about the efforts to impeach Trump. I am told by two people close to McConnell that he welcomes the House impeachment vote and that he does believe that Donald Trump committed impeachable offenses. ABC is Jonathan Karl says McConnell is not yet announced if he would vote for or against impeaching the president. Vice president. Pence says he will not use the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office. One of the biggest unions in California, has sued to reverse a ballot measure that allows companies to classify workers as independent contractors. Dru was joined by several right Hale drivers, saying the measure violates the state constitution. It's very clear that the big companies that trashed it prop 22 overreached Attorney Scott prominence as part of that overreaches how the measure takes drivers out of the Workman's comp and Occupational Safety and Health Administration systems. He says the companies went too far in setting as 7/8 legislative threshold for the amendment of the measure. The definition of an amendment to an initiative is something that has to be decided by the courts. The lawsuit's been filed with the state Supreme Court with a request for expedited consideration. Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew the consumer electronic Show has embraced the virtual convention, the annual Ted Gathering usually happens in Las Vegas every January. But for the first time, the entire week long event is only available online. Organizers say the pandemic has sparked a lot of tech innovation. We witnessed how technology innovation really rushed in to provide a myriad of solutions really across the economy, and I would even go further to say Saved a lot of lives and is continuing to save lives. The show, Steve Koenig says. Some of the new trends to watch this year include robotics and digital medicine, he says a lot of new medical gadgets software and APS or getting FDA approval, and a cat has turned up years after everyone thought it had died in a mudslide. The calico cat named Patches disappeared three years ago. The night debris flows tour through Montecito and killed her owner. Someone found patches last month less than a quarter mile away from her old home and took her to an animal shelter. Nearby. Santa Barbara The shelters scan the cat's microchip and was surprised to find out patches belong to Josie Ah, long time supporter of the shelter patches, has been reunited with Josie's partner who survived the mudslide. Layla Mohammed Ko Phi News. We have a crash.

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"steve koenig" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:53 min | 7 months ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on KOMO

"GM called a bright drop. That's your money now. India prepares to roll out later this week What will be the world's largest vaccination program? These are your world headlines from ABC News government health official Dr V. K. Paul. We believe it is very much in our grasp to mount a great program. Girls largest vaccination program eventually as we built it up over months to come the initial aim to inoculate an estimated 30 million doctors, nurses and other frontline workers in the first phase elsewhere, the number of new Corona virus infections in the Netherlands has fallen for the second week and roll the decrease said to be the first effect. Of a nationwide lockdown and Spain is struggling in the aftermath of a massive snowfall that hardened into ice amid a record cold snap. It turns streets and roads into safety hazards and areas unaccustomed to extreme winters. I'm time rivers that the baby scene is foreign desk in London passionate arguments for and against forceful police tactics dominate one of the first legislative hearings of the new session. Almost Corwin Haig has more use of chokeholds tear gas armored vehicles and no knock warrants are among the equipment and tactics that would be banned statewide. Under House Bill 10 54 many cases bad policing is a result of bad policy. Democratic representative Jesse Johnson is Bill sponsor. We have seen evidence this year, unnecessary violence and tactics that have produced negative outcomes predominantly for communities of the neck. Restraint that killed George Floyd in Minneapolis, is a prominent Sample port of Seattle Police officer Armand Borrows, says chokeholds should be illegal. However, the vast of the neck restraint when an officer is properly trained, is an effective technique to safely gain compliance. The bill seeks statewide standards on police tactics rather than policy that varies from one law enforcement agency to the next. Corwin Heiko, Mo News. Homo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Still watching on Mercer Island as a fallen tree in the roadway is blocking east works or way near 85th Avenue southeast in the Kent area. Still watching a crash on South Bound highway 1 60 70 84th Avenue south it's causing stop and go traffic from 212 straight blocking that H O V lane and police activity into coma is personally blocking. South 56 Street, Rampton North bound five. Our next couple traffic. It's 7 34. Your co Moh forecast evening Art Sanders windy and Rain tonight Overnight lows Low forties Tomorrow Breezy. Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain in the morning and mostly sunny with a slight chance of rain in the afternoon highs near 50 partly sunny Thursday near 50 Friday mostly cloudy chance of rain in the morning highs around 50. Saturday. Patchy fog in the morning. Otherwise mostly cloudy upper forties Sunday. Mostly cloudy chance of rain back up to 50 and Martin Luther King Jr Day. Mostly cloudy, slight chance of rain highs in the upper forties. Overnight lows around 40. That's your latest weather from the coma Forecast team from ABC News Tech trends that 2021 consumer electronic show looks a lot different. Steve Koenig is the V P of research at the Consumer Technology Association, which usually puts on SI es in Las Vegas this year. Because of the Corona virus pandemic. The show will be completely online. We're gonna have an anchor desk. It will help attendees navigate different elements of the show. Whether it's keynotes conference sessions, different product announcements, E. T. A is touting new features on the C E s website that are supposed to recreate the feeling of an in person event. There are tools that allow attendees to connect peer to peer if you like..

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"steve koenig" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Probably seen the ads all over Facebook, You log in. You see exercise bikes and rowers here. National likely inserted. I've been an instructor. 10 years. I love one of the leaders in the spaces. Echelon fitness out of Chattanooga. Like the boutique New York brand pellet on Echelon has connected fitness devices. Were you exercise with a re alive instructor on the screen? We'll gyms were closed all of a sudden connected fitness exploded. Hey, Lou italics, ABC. Hey, Lula Antennae is Echelon CEO who let me dial him up on Facetime ourselves have been amazing over the last Three months. I mean, we already were planning on doubling our business redoubled our business in first quarter but then went Cove in 19 hit ourselves have spiked five times. Membership base has more than doubled. Memberships come from paying for those virtual classes on the screen. Demand has kept up some people apparently liking at home fitness, or they're not comfortable going back to the gym. Yet all of that his men, they've had to ramp up production from 600 exercise bikes, a data 3000 every day, adding warehouse space now selling their products in places like Costco and on Amazon dominating the market. I believe at home fitness is here to stay and the A box gyms are realizing this is well and are trying to implement something where they could do similar. And this is all very much in line with what the Consumer Technology Association is. Seeing. The Sita is group that puts on CS every year. Steve Koenig is vice president of research. A number of new use cases are being forged for technology and we're seeing actually A number of existing uptrends really accelerate, like in home fitness and gadgets and dis infact. Also things like telemedicine, videoconferencing and video calling thinks that we did some of the time Now. Obviously, we're doing a lot of that, and webinars are are suddenly fashionable. Also seeing sales increase during all of this computer companies, real surgeon demand for things like laptops, even TV Smartwatches smartphones as households across America really Beefed up capability and functionality, either for work or school but also entertainment thinking about the isolationist dynamic and for many of us, whether it's telecommuting or doing video chat or ordering groceries online..

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"steve koenig" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You log in, You see exercise bikes and rowers Echelon cycling instructor. I've been an instructor for 10 years. I love one of the leaders in the spaces. Ashkelon Fitness out of Chattanooga, like the boutique New York brand pellet on Echelon has connected fitness devices. Were you exercise with a re alive instructor on the screen? We'll gyms were closed. All of a sudden connected fitness exploded. The blue halo italics, ABC. Hey, Lula Antennae is Echelon CEO who let me dial him up on Facetime ourselves have been amazing over the last three months. I mean, we already were planning on doubling our business, redouble our business in first quarter but then went Coben, 19 hit ourselves have spiked five times membership base has More than doubled. Memberships come from paying for those virtual classes on the screen. Demand has camped up some people apparently liking at home fitness, or they're not comfortable going back to the gym. Yet all of that his men, they've had to ramp up production from 600 exercise bikes today tow 3000 every day, adding warehouse space now selling their products in places like Costco and on Amazon dominating the market. I believe at home fitness is here to stay, and the big box gyms are Realizing this is well and are trying to implement something where they could do the similar. And this is all very much in line with what the Consumer Technology Association is. Seeing. The Sita is group that puts on CS every year. Steve Koenig is a vice president of research. A number of new use cases are being forged for technology and we're seeing actually A number of existing uptrends really accelerate, like in home fitness and gadgets and disinfect on so things like telemedicine, videoconferencing and video calling things that we did some of the time Now, Obviously, we're doing a lot of that, and webinars are suddenly fashionable. Also seeing sales increase during all of this computer companies. Real surgeon demand for things like laptops, even TV Smartwatches smartphones as households across America really Beefed up capability and functionality, either for work or school but also entertainment thinking about thie, isolationist dynamic and for many of us, whether it's telecommuting or doing video chat or ordering groceries online. What we learned.

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"steve koenig" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Made our product in very high demand that his men copycats popping up on the market, creating very similar things, And it's not just disinfecting products at home. Fitness companies are seeing the same thing. You've probably seen the ads all over Facebook, You log in, You see exercise bikes and rowers National on cycling Instructor. I've been an instructor for 10 years. I love one of the leaders in the spaces. Ashkelon Fitness out of Chattanooga, like the boutique New York brand pellet on Echelon has connected fitness devices. Were you exercise with a re alive instructor on the screen? Well, Jim's were closed all of a sudden connected fitness exploded Blue halo italics, ABC. Hey, Lula antennae is Echelon CEO who let me dial him up on Facetime ourselves have been amazing over the last three months. I mean, we already were planning on doubling our business redoubled our business in first quarter but then went Cove in 19 hit. Ourselves have spiked five times membership base has more than doubled. Memberships come from paying for those virtual classes on the screen. Demand has kept up some people apparently liking at home fitness, or they're not comfortable going back to the gym. Yet all of that his men, they've had to ramp up production from 600 exercise bikes, a Daito 3000 every day, adding warehouse space now selling their products in places like Costco and on Amazon dominating the market. I believe at home fitness Is here to stay, and the big box gyms are realizing this is well and are trying to implement something where they could do this similar, and this is all very much in line with what the Consumer Technology Association is seeing. The Sita is group that puts on CS every year. Steve Koenig is vice president of research. A number of new use cases are being forged for technology and we're seeing actually A number of existing uptrends really accelerate, like in home fitness and gadgets and disinfect also things like telemedicine, videoconferencing and video calling things that we did some of the time Now. Obviously, we're doing a lot of that, and webinars air are suddenly fashionable. Also seeing sales increase during all of this computer companies, real surgeon demand for things like laptops, even TV Smartwatches smartphones as households across America really Uh, beefed up capability and functionality either for work or school but also entertainment thinking about the isolationist dynamic And for many of us, whether it's telecommuting or doing video chat or ordering groceries online. What.

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"steve koenig" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The increased tensions between the US and Iran after president trump order the US military to kill an Iranian general late last week the price of crude oil is up another half a percent in New York trading this morning and more than four percent since the attack the New York prices at sixty three dollars and forty two cents a barrel the highest since the autumn of twenty eighteen economist Julia Coronado founder of macro policy perspectives here with some context good morning to you good morning what do you make of this spike in the price of oil well clearly that's reflecting the tensions that were saying building with a mentally ill in terms of the economic impact it's a there's two sides to this for the US economy now given the prominence of our energy sector higher prices can stimulate investment and jobs in that sector but obviously higher energy prices are bad for most consumers now the world economy have been flagging in spots over the last year that had drawn down the price of crude oil this is going to move in the opposite direction which I assume will cheer up domestic US oil producers yes it will be definitely good for U. S. oil producers of course there's a question of how long this will last and given that this bike is coming from geo political tensions that could portend something worse like a war it's not as positive as if it's reflecting just stronger demand globally we also have a domestic economy where you and I both work and some data is due later this week yes we get our first employment report of the year it will be for the last month of twenty nineteen the December employment report and most economists are expecting some moderation after two pretty significant upside surprises in October and November still steady still very solid but just less buoyant than what we saw in in those two months economists Julia Coronado macro policy perspective thank you my pleasure the stock market down earlier has turned it mixed the Dow Jones industrial average is down ninety three point three tenths percent the S. and P. five hundred is down slightly the nasdaq composite is up four points money's been going into bonds as a perceived safe haven the ten year U. S. benchmark is that one was at one point nine five percent before the news from Iran late last week today it's down at one point seven nine percent as bonds become more coveted it's also the time of year when those who make gadgets and those who buy gadgets turn their attention to Las Vegas the first consumer electronic show of the new decade opens tomorrow every year these are extravaganzas market places Sabri vanish or has a preview they'll be around four and a half thousand exhibitors at the Consumer Electronics Show many of them are likely to show off how they're interpreting two incoming technologies friendship Lee five G. and a hi Steve Koenig is vice president of research of the consumer technology association which puts on the C. S. five jeep the incoming superfast wireless network and a I artificial intelligence well really under and much of the innovation that we will see transpire this year and course across this coming decade couple of concrete examples announcements about intelligent connected electric vehicles and probably a lot around smart homes think about all search bathroom vanities even toilets becoming a.

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"steve koenig" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The increase tensions between the US and Iran after president trump ordered the US military to kill a senior Iranian general late last week the price of crude oil is up another one point one percent in New York this morning in more than four percent since the attack the New York prices sixty three seventy seven a barrel the highest since the autumn of twenty eighteen the European prices near seventy not World War three and frankly it's unlikely to be direct war between the United States and Iran even though the actual for that has certainly increased Ian Bremmer is founder of the political risk consultancy the Eurasia group he says wholesale oil could go up perhaps ten dollars in the near term you know anyone that deals with energy and supply chain and also one in five to ten dollars is enough to slow down consumption a little bit it increases prices on good so your global expectation for twenty twenty which was already softening of death is likely to soften a little more that's the problem we have with twenty twenty right is that not only do you have after ten years of world by economic rebound after the two thousand eight financial crisis but you also have a geo political on wine that is crazy when I called you click or session because a lot more instability and you have a globalization starting to fragment with the United States and China toppling the technologies from one of them the combination of those three things create more downside concerns for geo political crises and any point we've had and frankly generation is also beyond US Iran also U. S. Iraq where the trump administration is threatening economic sanctions amid unruly protests at the US embassy in Baghdad no question by that support for the United States in Iraq especially in sheer rock has just done a one eighty that's why the state department is told all Americans to pour out to leave immediately and I think a clue that that applies to anyone who's working for a major corporation to the racial group consults with corporations on political risk around the world after the Dow fell two hundred thirty three points eight tenths percent on Friday stock index futures this morning are down Dow S. and P. and nasdaq futures are down between six and seven tenths of one percent the London indexes down nine tenths percent for today reported its full year twenty nineteen sales they were down three percent not as big a drop as General Motors but bigger than fiat Chrysler is more than half of Ford sales in North America we're trucks up nine percent last year SUVs made by Ford were down about five percent while people still buy Korean and Japanese sedans Ford car sales were down twenty eight percent it's also the time of year with those who make gadgets and those who buy gadgets turned their attention to Las Vegas the first consumer electronic show of the new decade opens tomorrow every year these are extravaganzas market places Sabri vanish or has a preview they'll be around four and a half thousand exhibitors at the Consumer Electronics Show many of them are likely to show off how they're interpreting two incoming technologies thanks a plea five G. and ARE Steve Koenig is vice president of research at the consumer technology association which puts on the C. S. five jeep the incoming super fast wireless network and a I artificial intelligence will really under and much of the innovation that we will see transpire this year and course across this coming decade couple of concrete examples announcements about intelligent connected electric vehicles.

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"steve koenig" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on KCRW

"The increase tensions between the US and Iran after president trump ordered the US military to kill a senior Iranian general late last week the price of crude oil is up another one point one percent in New York this morning in more than four percent since the attack the New York prices sixty three seventy seven a barrel the highest since the autumn of twenty eighteen the European prices near seventy not World War three and frankly it's unlikely to be direct war between the United States and Iran even though the potential for that has certainly increased Ian Bremmer is founder of the political risk consultancy the Eurasia group he says wholesale oil could go up perhaps ten dollars in the near term you know anyone that deals with energy and supply chain and also one in five to ten dollars is enough to slow down consumption a little bit it increases prices on good so your global expectation for twenty twenty which is already softening a bit is likely to soften a little more that's the problem we have with twenty twenty right is that not only do you have after ten years of world by economic rebound after the two thousand eight financial crisis but you also have a geo political on wine that is creating why because you put a four session the cause a lot more instability and you have a globalization starting to fragment with the United States and China toppling that technologies from one of them the combination of those three things create more downside concerns for geo political crises in any point we had and frankly generation is also beyond US Iran also U. S. Iraq where the trump administration is threatening economic sanctions amid unruly protests at the US embassy in Baghdad question by that support for the United States in Iraq especially in sheer rock has just done a one eighty that's why the state department is told all Americans to pour out to leave immediately and I think a clue that that applies to anyone who's working for a major corporation to the racial group consults with corporations on political risk around the world after the Dow fell two hundred thirty three points eight tenths percent on Friday stock index futures this morning are down Dow S. and P. and nasdaq futures are down between six and seven tenths of one percent the London indexes down nine tenths percent for today reported its full year twenty nineteen sales they were down three percent not as big a drop as General Motors but bigger than fiat Chrysler is more than half of Ford sales in North America we're trucks up nine percent last year S. U. V.'s made by Ford were down about five percent while people still buy Korean and Japanese sedans Ford car sales were down twenty eight percent it's also the time of year when those who make gadgets and those who buy gadgets turned their attention to Las Vegas the first consumer electronic show of the new decade opens tomorrow every year these are extravaganzas market places Sabri vanish or has a preview they'll be around four and a half thousand exhibitors at the Consumer Electronics Show many of them are likely to show off how they're interpreting two incoming technologies friendship Lee five G. and a high Steve Koenig is vice president of research at the consumer technology association which puts on the C. S. five jeep the incoming superfast wireless network and a I artificial intelligence will really under and much of the innovation that we will see transpire this year and of course across this coming decade couple of.

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"steve koenig" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Amid the trade war, China Hintze could squelch the supply of something you need. I'm David Brancaccio in New York, China's state run media are making not so failed threats that the country could use important minerals against the US in the trade war today. The people's daily newspaper ran a commentary saying that America is a big consumer of these rare earths, and that it is an illusion to think the US is self sufficient processing these marketplaces, China, correspondent Jennifer pack joins us now from Shanghai. Welcome. Good morning, David. Or what are rare earth remind us. So they're a group of seventeen metals that are used to make everything from your iphones, flat screen TV's, even weapons. All right. So rare earths rare metals. Are they rare actually? No, they could be found in a lot of places. But here's the thing refining is a rather toxic process. So the dirty work has been largely left up to China because here the environmental standards are lower. All right. So they've. Processing facilities. But how might China use these rare earths against the US as a pressure point in this trade war. Well, they might restrict its output, which on the surface seems very simple. Right. China is the world's largest producer of rare earths it's accounts for about eighty percent of the market. So if China cuts production, the US can't buy as much should be a disaster for America. Right. But it's actually more complex than that. China doesn't just sell to the US restricting output could then push up global prices will punish other customers. And also, the US while they do buy a lot of rare earths from China overall, the demand is low, because a lot of manufacturers that require these rare earth. They've actually moved to China. So it's really unclear what the true impact will be if China really does want to use rare earths as a bargaining chip in the trade talks. All right. Marketplace's China correspondent Jennifer pack in Shanghai today. Thank you. Thanks, david. For the first time in. Four years apple has announced hardware updates to its ipod touch devices. These aren't the ipods of old, which were just tiny juke boxes, the ipod touch is pretty much an iphone without the cellular connection. So why marketplace's Jack Stewart explains? If the name eyeballed conjures up nostalgic visions of cliquey wheels tiny screens. I'm afraid those machines are long gone. The touch which starts at two hundred dollars. Looks like a mini I phone or a very many ipad. Many Angelo Zeno analyst CFO, it is their entry price device really to get onto the IOS ecosystem, that ecosystem means group FaceTime, I messages, and the app store, including the new apple Cade games subscription service, CEO, Tim cook underlined, the importance of games to apple at the motion, March I o s has become the largest gaming platform in the world. So Apple's upgrading the ipod touch specs to make graphics heavy games run better. Steve Koenig from the consumer Technology Association says that could help bring young customers to apple giving them a competitive angle on companies like Nintendo with the switch and the three D S family of portable game consoles. He says it could also appeal to adults who want to gain without killing the phone batteries. I'm Jack Stewart for marketplace. Let's do the numbers. We.

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Apple, Jack Stewart And Steve Koenig discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:19 min | 2 years ago

Apple, Jack Stewart And Steve Koenig discussed on Morning Edition

"For the first time in four years, apple has announced hardware updates to its ipod touch devices. These aren't the ipods of old after just music, carrying machines. The ipod touch is pretty much an iphone without the cellular connection. So why marketplace's Jack Stewart explains? If the name eyeballed conjures up nostalgic visions of cliquey wheels, and tiny screens afraid those machines, long gone, the touch which starts at two hundred dollars. Looks like a miniature phone or a very many ipad. Many Angelo Zeno analyst CFO, it is their entry price device really to get onto the ecosystem that co system means group FaceTime messages, and the app store, including the new apple Cade games subscription service, CEO, Tim cook underlined, the importance of games to apple at the moment, much. I o s has become the largest gaming platform in the world. So apple upgrading the ipod touch specs to make graphics heavy games run better. Steve Koenig from the consumer Technology Association says that could help bring young customers to apple giving them a competitive angle on companies like Nintendo with a switch and the three D family of portable game consoles. He says it could also appeal to adults who want to gain without killing the phone

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"steve koenig" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on KOMO

"Gifts this year. The consumer Technology Association is out with its annual purchase patterns study. As Steve Koenig says this year's projection is big this year. We're projecting total tech gifts. Spending for holiday two thousand eighteen will tally ninety six point one billion US dollars. And that's a three point four percent gain over last year says part of the driving force behind those numbers is a boom in innovation. This is everything from drones to wireless ear buds and headphones and everything in between just so much innovation back in one thousand nine hundred four when CTA started this study, the popular items were cordless phones, and gaming system. Uh-huh. But today big focus on screens smartphones, notebooks TV's, but also entertainment with Tech Trends. I'm Scott Goldberg ABC news. Facebook is being slapped with a maximum possible fine in the UK five hundred thousand pounds or six hundred forty four thousand dollars. That's what Facebook was fine for its behavior in the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The British information Commissioner upheld the decision to find the social media giant forgiving app, developers access to data from at least one million British users without their informed consent. The fine was the maximum allowed under the law at the time of the breach. But it would have been significantly higher. If it took place now that the new EU data protection rules are in effect. That's Mike Bauer. Reporting still dream of being a billionaire ABC's. Dave Packer says another lottery jackpot is approaching that moment. Okay. So it wasn't that big jackpot. But now you're thinking that you really could have used that more than six hundred million dollars in last night's Powerball drawing. Well, you get another chance. No one matched all of the numbers in the multi state lottery. That means Saturday's jackpot grows to an estimated seven hundred fifty million bucks. Dave Packer, ABC news. And the. The coaches showed at Chris Peterson coaches show. The huskies Thursday doghouse both coming up tonight starting at six with the coach. And then Bill Swartz doghouse at seven attention..

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"steve koenig" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on KOMO

"News, Tech, Trends Americans. Going to spend a lot of money on gifts this year. The consumer Technology Association is out with its annual purchase patterns study. And CTA's Steve Koenig says this year's projection is big this year. We're projecting total tech gifts. Spending for holiday twenty eighteen will tally ninety six point one billion US dollars. And that's a three point four percent gain over last year says part of the driving force behind those numbers is a boom in innovation. This is everything from drones to wireless ear buds and headphones and everything in between just so much innovation back in one thousand nine hundred four when CTA started this study, the popular items were cordless phones, and gaming systems. But today big focus on screens smartphones, notebooks TV's, but also entertainment with Tech Trends. I'm Scott Goldberg ABC news from our do not try this at home file accidentally set a house on. Fire in Fresno, California turned out to be a two alarm fire. The guy was house sitting for his parents when he tried to kill some spiders using a blow torch, very smart. No he got out safely, but the homes addict and second story were badly damaged the exact cause of the blaze under investigation. But but firefighters have sort of pinpointed the blow torch six fifty seven. Now, let's time for our KOMO consumer tip of the day with her Boyce palm by new car, and you wanna reliable brand that considerable Lexus Toyota or Mazda the top three brands in consumer reports. Just released annual reliability survey seven of the top ten brands this year from Japan and South Korea, including Subaru Kia 0 and Hyundai three. European brands round out the top ten Audi BMW and many every domestic automaker landed in the bottom half of the latest reliability rankings. Mike Quincy is with consumer reports auto scored ranked the highest eighteenth. I was twenty nine overall followed by Buick and then Lincoln Dodge Jeep Chevrolet. Chrysler, GNC and ram in that order Cadillacs, and he's twenty eight Volvo finished in last place. The big news in this year's reliability report. Tesla full six spots from last year and now ranks third worst twenty seven out of twenty nine. Well, the model S really brought the whole vision down the model S dropped to below average and the model X SUV made much worse than average more about this in the consumer section of komonews dot com. Herb Weisbaum, KOMO news. Komo news time six fifty eight and coming up from ABC news Morris. Asparagus packages. This.

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"steve koenig" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"So I think that's a tale win and to the raise part, they must see something tremendously positive coming down the pike in the next couple of months. So I'd still be buyer. All right. I agree with all those guys. I think this is a great company. Maybe it was a little head of the tough going in, but they mounted the race. It's not like it was a super high flyer multiple that they can't sustain so it seems excessive how much it sound. Pretended analysts also buzzing about Oracle's earnings results. Turn it over to Josh Lipton. Now in San Francisco to break that down for say, Josh, Scott, I checked him with a few analysts, get their hot take on or. Results. Let me bring those to you. Joe fish bind over BT. I g telling me overall revenue cloud revenue and cash flow were slightly below expectations. Another quarter that shows their inability to appropriately guide the street and execute need to wait for the call for guidance, but stock reaction at aftermarket shows very low confidence. Even though the shares are very cheap relative to the rest of the market also checked in with Steve Koenig over Wedbush. Here's what he had to tell me on a constant currency basis. Oracle can argue that it met expectations, but this market has no patience for any MRs from tech companies, no matter how minor or how explainable the miss add to this. The setup for oracle shares is challenging because the stock has climbed from forty three posts that week q. four to over forty nine at the close today. And finally, Pat Pat wall ravens at j. saying, one interesting metric is at the platform, an infrastructure business, which is basically database accelerated from negative three percent to two percent on a constant currency basis. Meanwhile, the applications accelerated from. Mm four percent to seven percent on the call or cassava cats giving guidance here, Scott total revenue. She says, going from zero to two percent non gap EPS. She's calling for between seventy seven and seventy nine cents. That was a bit conservative relative to expectation, Scott. All right, Josh. Thank you very much, Josh.

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Oracle earnings show another cloud miss, stock falls

CNBC's Fast Money

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Oracle earnings show another cloud miss, stock falls

"Checked him with a few analysts, get their hot take on or. Results. Let me bring those to you. Joe fish bind over BT. I g telling me overall revenue cloud revenue and cash flow were slightly below expectations. Another quarter that shows their inability to appropriately guide the street and execute need to wait for the call for guidance, but stock reaction at aftermarket shows very low confidence. Even though the shares are very cheap relative to the rest of the market also checked in with Steve Koenig over Wedbush. Here's what he had to tell me on a constant currency basis. Oracle can argue that it met expectations, but this market has no patience for any MRs from tech companies, no matter how minor or how explainable the miss add to this. The setup for oracle shares is challenging because the stock has climbed from forty three posts that week q. four to over forty nine at the close today. And finally, Pat Pat wall ravens at j. saying, one interesting metric is at the platform, an infrastructure business, which is basically database accelerated from negative three percent to two percent on a constant currency basis. Meanwhile, the applications accelerated from. Mm four percent to seven percent on the call or cassava cats giving guidance here, Scott total revenue. She says, going from zero to two percent non gap EPS. She's calling for between seventy seven and seventy nine cents. That was a bit conservative relative to expectation, Scott. All right,

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"steve koenig" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"To me improvise came upon the man well welcome to the pegging smugly show the voice of iot in our connected world with your host pet use metalitz law come back listeners earlier in the podcast i've preview of what i expected to see this year here at sea asked and it was really interesting till talk with steve koenig as you just heard and you know the cta is doing so many amazing things in was great to hear him talk about the connected car and selfdriving cars in one of the big trends that i mentioned is the connected car in i predicted will not only see a lot of cool connected functionalities but as you heard he say he said as well is that and i also believe is we're going to hear a lot about these big picture is is we're seeing right now ecosystem topics regarding autonomous vehicles which i find really interesting but in this final segment i think today i i'm going to really ask the question what will the car of the future look like so i think that's more important not only just what we're thinking about here at sea yes but i think i want to talk about some of the latest moves industry players are making in this space as well as some of the greater ecosystem concerns all of us is drivers have such as security of connected vehicles in why that seems to bother us in why were concerned about the bad actors you know the bad guys out there who just can't help themselves but hacking every connected thing we have but but first what will the car of the future look like so let's think about that you know let's think about it not in terms of what future cars will physically look like you know we're not talking about speed performance all those kind of things but rather what will they be able to do for us thanks to the internet of things technology the iot well there are the things that i would call the obvious things things that we talk about all the time for instance future cars we'll be smarter in everything they do the local connect to your personal.

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"steve koenig" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

The Peggy Smedley Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show

"Welcome to the pygmies readily show the voice of iot in our connected world with your host take these muslim hello look there's them welcome back to the peggy smedley show my first guest overseas all primary research activities at his organization this includes examining technology trans in their impact on consumer attitudes and behaviors prior to joining his current position my guest held analysts positions at an number of organisations so please welcome steve koenig senior director of market research of the consumer technology association steve welcome to the show thanks very much great to be with you so steve let's start i always like to start the show by looking back at kind of what's been going on and you guys have so much going on it's eta right now and i guess for you i guess we should look back and think what were some of those big trends that started maybe even the week of black friday i mean because you're now sitting there going we've got to figure out what's going on here at sea acid in there so much going on there so many trends but for you they start at black friday do they start years out hot how'd you guys planned for this whole thing the monster show it thing uh holiday can in a lot of ways to uh be really uh a look forward to some of the trend that we're going to be at the uh in the new year and then also unfolding throughout the course of the new year and this holiday with no exception we've seen some really really interesting trends unfold uh during holiday.

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"steve koenig" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"546 coming up on colorado's morning news quick owns the coming up as the cars are hitler highways details coming up in traffic in three minutes venture newsman is out of his jogged this morning matt lauer fired under a cloud of sexual misconduct allegations will have that uh what we're finding out right now at five thirty in the news cast koa newsradio 850 am and 941 fm the spread of marshall for the denver broncos come join me from our nago night of love and laughter on december eleven after debra improv meaning my foundation go to denver dot improv dot com for tickets today banks and see you there no i talk radio on iheartradio thank you for join me as lightweight foldable of your christmas fake goods live from our studio being all the more thirteen with paul radio on the free iheartradio app been for a perfect holiday season soundtrack to indonesia is word to go tubing and word north pole radio on the iheart radio dot com poor on the free iheartradio app now from abc news tech trends from abc news tech trends won't be among the hottest gift holiday season the consumertechnology association is out with its annual holiday outlook showing that nearly eighty million american adults plan to purchase emerging technology including drones this year steve koenig sector of market research for cta topping the list once again interestingly enough her headphones in fact he says four in ten americans will buy headphones in an effort to go wireless what else is on the list tvs or are peru uh very rude it's almost as if consumers can help themselves technology and deep discounts big drivers for those tv sales also in high demand our mainstays including smartphones tablets in wearables and this year we can add pet role.

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"steve koenig" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"steve koenig" Discussed on The HT Guys

"All right let's move on in news in the sony harmon and liberte own have introduce speakers that are compatible with amazon alexa and google assistant sony is offering the lf dash s five zero g for the google assistant and the harmon carton allure is compatible with alexa and the liberte tones zip also works alexa so the bottom line is smart assistance or the new smartphones if you will i think either you're going to create a phone i'm sorry a speaker system that works with one of these or maybe if feel like samsung you might try to create your own but how could you're going to have to be big i i think sony definitely harmon i think is big enough to do that sony could but i think they're smart enough to say why do we need to reinvent the wheel my guest is anything that comes through the sony may be amazon gives them a cut yes i'm sure they worked out some sort of relationship ranked okay so according to new data from the consumer technology association millennials that's people aged eighteen to thirty four watch more time shifted content through self recording or on demand 55 percent then live tv 45 percent the data underscores millennials ongoing support for subscription video services like netflixing as well as burgeoning online tv and the city i found that only thirty five percent of those over the age of thirty five watch time shifted content clearly preferring to watch live television sixty six percent wash live television one ills clearly lead the pack in consuming streaming content watching it when and where they want and often at the advice of predictive recommendations that's according to steve koenig senior director of market research at ta.

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