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Apple iPhone 2019 Event: A Recap

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06:54 min | 2 years ago

Apple iPhone 2019 Event: A Recap

"Software defined networks or SDN are being positioned as a game changer for businesses and every industry what's the great promise of SDN and how can businesses best take advantage vantage of it find out when we return to the transformation minute from comcast business mm-hmm. This is tech news briefing. I'm Tanya Bustos reporting from the newsroom in New York and in Cupertino California apple unleashes a trio of upgraded I phone models and reveals big plans for the video streaming market breaking down all the big reveals at Apple's market product showcase after these tech headlines the Amazon has agreed to take space in a first of its kind three-story warehouse a new type of distribution center or that could reduce delivery times and congested cities while they are common in densely populated Asian and European cities modern warehouses with multiple floors have been absent isn't until recently in the US however more retailers are fighting to deliver more same day packages and developers are starting to build more multi-storey fulfillment centers Amazon on recently signed a lease for a three storey warehouse in Seattle the first of its kind to open in the US with multiple floors that large delivery trucks can access by ramps Amazon Amazon Target Walmart and other big retailers are looking to slash delivery times from two days to a shortest two hours in some instances developers are eager to help build these warehouses. This is they can charge a premium asking rents at the Seattle project range from fifteen percent to thirty percent above prices for older warehouses in the area electronic arts begins a public two week test of its cloud gaming service called project atlas with four games including being the latest installment of its biggest franchise FIFA. The company is one of several looking to bring to video games the same streaming capabilities that gave rise to net flix and spotify Microsoft as well has said it has plans to begin publicly testing. It's new initiative in the space with project x cloud while Google plans lance to launch its offering known as stadia in November. The Wall Street Journal Sarah Needle men covers it all at wsj.com. We learned that the US has urged urged Switzerland to ensure its regulations on crypto currencies are strong enough to prevent abuse. This is as the European banking hub prepares to host libra digital currency proposed by facebook the US Treasury along with other government officials have raised questions about the Lebron currencies which facebook is touting as part of a digital payment system. It plans to take mainstream to it's more than two billion users you us and Swiss officials met Tuesday in Bern Switzerland to discuss regulations is that would apply to libra as well as to cryptocurrencies more broadly and to also prevent the use of such digital cash for money laundering and other illicit purposes long famous for it's a bank secrecy laws. Switzerland has increasingly embraced global norms of financial transparency recently promoting itself as a hub for financial technology and innovation coming up a look at apple's next generation of phones watches and streaming services. Are you ready. Welcome back to the transformation permission. Minute from comcast business are software defined networks true game changer for the business world. We asked in east hasty. SV of comcast business software afterward defined networks hold the promise of lower cost greater flexibility and easier management. When you're managing your network through sdn you no longer have the need to deploy trucks and technicians to make changes to devices on your network that can be done through software in this year at Apple's showcase event held in the Steve Jobs Center in Cupertino California apple brushed aside that whole slowing slowing iphone sales thing by making a splash with its services products such as TV streaming video games and news? We'll get to that but I I know what you want to hear. Let's talk talk about iphone. Sat Down is iphone eleven the next generation of iphone phone it is jam packed with great new capabilities in an incredible new design apple CEO. Tim Cook took the stage to talk about the usual upgrades such as longer longer lasting batteries and shiny new colors the six hundred ninety nine iphone eleven which updates last year's Xsara model has a dual rear camera the the iphone eleven pro and eleven pro. Max Has Triple Rear Cameras Costing Ninety Nine and ten ninety nine respectively. Did we mention cameras proving to be a big deal deal this year. WSJ's personal tech columnist Joanna Stern has more from Cupertino. They spent a lot of time on stage talking about the camera systems how you'll be able to take better better video better photos with these three cameras and a combination of new software checkout. Joanna stearns latest video wsj.com for more back to those big services plans plans apple set monthly prices at four dollars and ninety nine cents for its TV plus video streaming service and Apple Arcade. It's video game streaming service. The one that comes with exclusive games including a remake of the classic hit frogger a five dollar price tag for both this undercuts most rivals prices. The Journal says Apple can afford to discount these services because of the prophets earns on hardware. TV plus will make its debut in November with shows like the morning show a drama. I'm about a morning talk. Show starring reese witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston eat more. Here's Tim Cook with more. When you buy an IPHONE IPAD macaroni Apple TV you you get one year of Apple. TV Plus Apple's Steve Tang announced that the new Apple Series Watch. I five is a big improvement. It has a new always on retina display. There are also fancy options. There are new or mez models these beautiful caller block bands with a classic or misprint. Aren't they cool. Yep Apple Watch series five also has an eighteen hour battery life and built encompass but but the journal says to sustain growth apple needs to leverage passed its hardware success to sell newer services case in point it has over nine hundred million iphone users worldwide wide but only a fraction owed apple watch or pay for the company's streaming music service however Wall Street has already begun to look ahead to next year's models that are expected to feature feature five G. as for this year's latest check out the expensive coverage in the form of videos live blogs and podcasts at wsj.com that does it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya Bustos. Thanks for listening.

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Samsung's 'The Frame' TV: Spotify of Art?

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05:17 min | 2 years ago

Samsung's 'The Frame' TV: Spotify of Art?

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in new york a television manufactured by samsung known as the frame and called by many eddie spotify of art is digitally bringing masterpieces into the living room museum speed the future but first these headlines google issued new guidelines limiting employees discussion of politics and other topics not really to work a major shift for the company that has long long prided itself on open debate and freewheeling internal culture alphabet inc said in a public memo that staffers should avoid spending time debating matters unrelated into their jobs among other discouraged behavior a google spokeswoman said quote this follows a year of increased incivility and our internal platforms and we've heard that employees want clearer clearer rules of the road on what's okay to say and what's not walk technologies trumpeted its first high end a i processor the chinese telecom giant's latest attempt to challenge silicon valley's advanced technology the ascend nine ten designed to crunch. The massive amounts of data used to build a._i. Algorithms is available immediately. The chip advances while always goal of curbing reliance on american tech kolding up the palm sized ascend nine ten at an event at weiwei's headquarters deputy chairman eric su declared it as quote the industry's most powerful a._i. Processor and quote a federal appeals dell's court froze a ruling that qualcomm had committed an array of anti-trust violations a boost for the chip maker that allows it to maintain its business practices for the time being the court court decision is a setback for the f._t._c. which had sued the company citing an illegal monopoly that harmed smartphone manufacturers and rival chip producers to his ruling found. The company leveraged its dominance smartphone chips to force manufacturers to pay high royalty rates for qualcomm intellectual property qualcomm argued its business practices were justified justify. The journal says the court action isn't a definitive reading of the merits of qualcomm appeal but indicated the company has a fair shot at winning coming up as museums meet the future were introduced with the new spotify of art better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel veon scalable processors reduce. The cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com samsung has struck digital art agreements with the tate gallery in london the prado in madrid the van gogh museum amsterdam westerdam's among others. The latest deal sees its unique television. The frame landing at the royal museum of fine arts in belgium as part of the new agreement samsung samsung display twenty two of the belgian galleries flemish masterpieces on its frame. T._v.'s isabelle van who necker managing director at the museum has more. We are participating dissipating into some some initiative because we think technology has a lot of possibilities to spread our heritage in another way india museum so we some some frame we can bring the artwork into the living room of the people and hope that they will afterwards want to to to visit the museum and see the authentic work intern. We're seeing some comparison with the digital methods that the likes of spotify made popular johann von camping out samsung tv lifestyle project manager explains its subscription based so you have to formulas in a way you be u._p. Eater five a month and you have unlimited access so i always personally i call it the spotify of arts so you pay five hundred a month. You have unlimited <unk> access to all the artworks that are in there more than one thousand two hundred artworks or you can also decide to pay a one time fee for one on artwork and then that will cost you twenty euros more on the actual technology sensor measures the lightning in your living space ace and based on these results. It's adopts the back light of the hill so it would really look like a real picture because of you would show this picture on on another tv. You will always have the feeling you are looking at the t._v. Isabel van acker is back to talk to museums of the future. There are a lot of challenges for museums is because the museum of tomorrow and we have to think about it before you had only physical museum. Today we have also digital museum if people are used to to have after digital images and we have to develop this whole digital museum today and accessibility is one of the important challenges as as well. That's it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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Paying For Faster Internet? Here's a Reality Check

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05:24 min | 2 years ago

Paying For Faster Internet? Here's a Reality Check

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news news briefing. I'm tanya bustos. Reporting from the newsroom in new york and has heavily reported on there is journal platforms actually an in-depth analysis from the wall street journal final as to whether faster internet is better spoiler alert it is not it's part of the journals broadband project. We're looking into it after these tablets facebook will start giving users more control over what data is shared with the site a step toward a pledge of enhanced privacy the options the company is rolling out a feature called off facebook activity which will let users see information that apps and websites gather on them and then send to facebook people can use the tool to prevent that data from being associated with their facebook accounts with part of its new tool facebook will both screen apps for potentially inappropriate data and allow. I users to report any that slip through netflix will keep gaining subscribers in the u._s. But the streaming content company will lose market share as rivals vols like hulu keep bolstering their old platforms emarketer says overall netflix share in the u._s. Streaming market will fall to eighty six point three percent by twenty any twenty three. That's from ninety percent in two thousand fourteen. That's at a projected eighty. Seven percent this year in july netflix reported its first drop in u._s. Users in nearly nearly a decade the journals mica maiden berg breaks it down at wsj.com electronic arts apex legends should still meet its forecast to amir three hundred to four hundred million dollars in net bookings for fiscal twenty twenty. This is despite recent social media backlash read. It shows us that a small sample all of players this week found that most would like the events main feature the ability to compete solo rather than on a team to become permanent. Most respondents also said they a plan to continue playing apex legends and with that e._a. Shares rise one point eight percent coming up the coal tar truth about faster internet and the underlying question is it worth it better faster greener super micro resource savings server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors. Here's reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure. Learn more at super micro dot com w._s._j. Testing shows typical u. S. households don't use much of their bandwidth while streaming wall street journal studied the internet use of fifty three three of our journalists across the country over a period of months in coordination with researchers at princeton university and the university of chicago the wall street journal's shawnee ramchandran <unk> has more we put a little small computer and of high-powered wifi router and everybody's home and we worked with researchers at the university of chicago and princeton princeton who created the software that would basically study the speeds of big heavy bandwidth streaming applications like netflix that kind of thing and to what we're trying to get at the heart of his do faster speeds give you a better streaming experience because the way that broadband providers sell us us market internet to us a lot of it is around via faster speed so you can have a better better streaming experience at home. We wanted to just test. Is that true. The the study found that beyond speeds of about one hundred megabits per second. You're not gonna see much benefit to getting faster speeds as it pertains to streaming video video. The tests were of the stress variety the results clear what we did was. We had a stress test. Where a bunch which of our journalists streamed seven things at once in their house. <hes> and these are high bandwidth things <hes> live tv streaming services h._b._o. And all all kinds of things and we wanted to see you know how much does this stuff us and at the parts when people were streaming seven things at once they average not more than about out seven megabits per second and here we are being marketed things like one hundred three hundred five hundred a gigabit but we did learn having a faster speed it is technically beneficial. Marginally for important indicators of streaming quality like resolution in startup time having a fast speed only led to marginal benefit for instance for startup delay which is how fast how how long it takes for a video to load after hit play the difference between all the speed. Here's that we had from like fifteen megabits per second to two speeds over two hundred fifty megabits per second we only i saw a difference of less than a second for netflix amazon youtube in terms of startup time so ask yourself. Perhaps is less than a second or fit it. If you ask me kinda you can find the full analysis at wsj.com download the latest episode of the journal to hear more. That's it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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Monterey Car Week 2019: Hi-Tech Meets High-End

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05:47 min | 2 years ago

Monterey Car Week 2019: Hi-Tech Meets High-End

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york with a look at monterey car week to be rich and to drive cars. The esteemed auto gathering has just wrapped in california. What will the world's top manufacturers come up with next by way of fast electric supercars they are the most expensive cars on the planet high tech gets high-end after these type cabins. A group of states is preparing a joint antitrust investigation into who big tech state attorneys general is expected to formally launch the effort as soon as next week. It is likely to focus on whether a handful of dominant tech platforms used their marketplace powers to stifle competition google facebook amazon and apple are four companies likely to be a focus on the new investigation all declined to comment john. D mckinnon covers more at wsj.com. You can also listen to the what's news podcast for the very latest exacts from amazon alphabets alphabet google and facebook. Tell us officials that they face difficult and expensive challenges to comply with a retroactive french law that puts a tax on global the digital service providers the trump administration is investigating the french law under a trade provision that allows for tariffs to penalize illegal or unfair trade practices ask for where things stand monday executives told a panel at the u._s. trade representative's office that they don't currently have precise data to monitor french users of their websites and add services in order to calculate the tax tesla will not making electric cars again offering to rent solar panels to homeowners homeowner's rentals are available in six states arizona california connecticut massachusetts new jersey and new mexico tests customers can cancel these leases at any time. The smallest system can generate fifteen to nineteen kilowatt hours of power on average daily. If california is an indication tend to fourteen kilowatt hours have been bank banked in new jersey according to tesla solar panels can still be purchased from tesla in all fifty states last month. Tesla told analysts at an earnings call. It was optimistic for its future consoler saying it's quote energy products business will grow and quote coming up electric vehicles reigns supreme at monterey car week better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduced the cost and environmental impact of your are enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com this year monterey car week proved electric electric vehicles rain as high end car fiends. Get eco-friendly wrapping up in california. We're left with but some of its greatest hits a stock cars. We saw rides is like the s._f. Ninety straubel in honor of ferrari racing's ninetieth birthday. It is the company's first plug in hybrid also graced with the first british electric supercar per car dubbed the most powerful series car ever made this means two thousand horsepower and a zero to sixty miles per hour acceleration of less than three seconds just two million dollars. I give you the lotus via c._e._o. Filipo ffom tells us more. Its all electric <hes>. It's a beautiful car. We have to say hi. It's <hes> it's actually carved by air. I'm sorry carved by air zone the way that the <hes> the flow see the car to create downforce into reduce due strike and obviously helps to give the performance. We've made a real design feature of it. So is a beautiful wasco drako motors unveiled its new electric g._t._e. One million dollars eight eight modern supercar at least according to shave sickened drako motors executive vice president for us is very important of a usable com. So what you see here is actually you know a grant coupet or a grand coupe bright that can seat four people and carry their luggage one of the key. Things of our electric car is usability. That's what we want to give you with all these autonomous happenings. Let's talk control the all electric e. x. P. one hundred g._t. Is self driving and it gives the driver for the choice to take control or stay luxurious. It is a concept car and bentley says they're aiming for a twenty thirty debut brett boy del bentley head of interior cheerier design has more we just didn't buy in the future of sustainable electric future vehicles needs to be cold or needs to be unemotional and so that's why observation is still based on our heritage and our dna of emotional beautiful journeys connected to first class travel mid range cars also get their due at the signature event the quail for example acura showed off its type s concept car its upcoming tillich sedan a four motor electric super sedan they will seat for and propel them to two hundred six miles per hour gordon mccall the quail co-founder explains. How old meets new at the car show. Virtually every major manufacturer represented here with primarily their concept cars. They're giving everyone a look into the future about what they're up to. There's a lot of media that comes along with that to kind of get a glimpse of what these companies are up to and it's a great balance. We get to look back and see what the companies created years and years ago. We get to take a peek at what they're <hes> what they're thinking about rain the us in the future that does it for this edition of tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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What Trade Talks Mean for Big Tech

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05:31 min | 2 years ago

What Trade Talks Mean for Big Tech

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya boost reporting from the newsroom in new york last week. Tech stocks soared on the news that the trump administration plans to delay items from chinese imports facing tariffs this week we look at how trade talks are impacting the tech sector overall and hear the latest from president trump on the matter. That's after these tyke headlines. Delta airlines is suing artificial intelligence company that powered a chat bot on the carrier's website accusing it of lax cybersecurity that caused a twenty-seven data-breach delta's lawsuit filed last week in the u._s. District court court for the southern district of new york alleges that the chat bot provider twenty four seven a lacked basic cyber security safeguards while running the a._i. Powered device on delta's website the suit also says twenty four seven waited more than five months to inform the airline of the breach instead of telling it immediately it did so using linked in instead official channels potentially violating the company's contract. It gets stickier. W._s._j.'s catherine stop has the story at wsj.com. The the airport phenomenon is starting to pay dividends for apple recent estimates show that the wireless air buds could account for six billion dollars in revenue this fiscal year u._b._s. estimates about seven percent of apple's nine hundred million iphone users have air pods it also projects. The percentage will rise to thirteen percent in fiscal twenty twenty twenty. That's when it expects apple to ship fifty one million units for seven point seven billion dollars in revenue that kind of growth would make them more popular than the apple watch watch n._f. Apple really wants to use apple sales u._b._s. says it could remove the lightning report and completely transition to wireless charging. The latest installment of electronic arts madden n._f._l. Was allies best selling video game in the u._s. And now also the eighth best selling game of the year to date july also marked the twentieth consecutive time madden has been the best selling title of its released month and the game maintains a firm grip on its reign as is the best selling sports property in u._s. Video game history coming up how trade talks impacted tech sector and what president trump has to say on the matter better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduced the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com last week the trump administration asian announced a plan to delay and remove items from the three hundred billion dollars of chinese imports facing tariffs on september one the stock market responded shares shares of technology companies in particular outperformed because smartphones laptops computers and toys are among the categories benefiting from the tariff reprieve. You've for example shares of department stores. Discount chains and toymakers saw big gains best buy electric's shares added more than six percent and apple added more than four percent. Since of course it's iphones are made in china and would be spared tariffs until at least december barron's jeffrey cain has more jump came after the trump administration announced that it would postpone spohn tariffs delaying them means that american consumers while feel the tariffs potential impact and certain chinese-made products including laptops and cell phones until mid december when they shop for back to school and for the holidays still alice cautioned that a trade deal between beijing and washington is a long way off this weekend exiting marine one in morristown astound new jersey president trump addressed the issue. So where do things stand rid of. I wanted to make a bad deal and settle on china. The market would go up but it wouldn't be the right. Oh i think i'm just not ready to make a deal. You jonah would like to make a deal. I'm not ready getting to the heart of the matter. What does this ultimately mean for. Our technological endeavors end the devices that get us there. President trump informs us up his latest with apple c._e._o. Tim cook for some possible. Hints had a very good meeting with tim. Cook a lot of respect for tim cook and tim was talking about tariffs and you know one of the things and you made a good case is that samsung is the number one competitor competitor and samsung is not being terrorists because they're based in south korea and it's tough for apple pay tariffs if they competing with day very good company. That's not i said how good a competitor. He said they are very good. Competitor so samsung is not being terrorist because they're based in a different location and mostly south korea but they're based in south korea and i thought he made a very compelling argument so i'm thinking about it as for how this all pans out of perspective you've timeline. W._s._j.'s jerry cyb aims to wrap it up. If there's going to be an adverse impact on consumers on those products now it will come after the christmas season is over. That's not a coincidence and a good thing for the president. Politically for more details had to wsj.com. That's it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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Is Facial-Recognition Technology a Threat?

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04:57 min | 2 years ago

Is Facial-Recognition Technology a Threat?

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel scalable processors reduce. The cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya bustos gustav reporting from the newsroom in new york with a question for you. Are you ready for facial recognition at the airport because it's ready for you your face at at least technology makes it so airlines and the t._s._a. Are starting to scan faces to get people through security and boarding faster but what about your privacy privacy looking into it after these headlines we learned that before a giant data breach at capital one employees louise raised concerns within the company about what they saw as high turnover and it cyber security unit and about a failure to promptly install some software to help spot and defend defend against tax the hack was one of the largest in recent years journal reports that cyber employees work concerned as recently as this year that vulnerabilities and capital one's firewalls weren't getting fixed fast enough wall street journal reporter anna maria andreatta's has the story followed at wsj.com uber investors remain downbeat a week after through the ride hailing company reported a record loss shares have traded down every day since two q results uber stock establishing new lows since it began trading in may shares shares are down to around thirty three dollars and forty cents and they're now twenty five percent lower than the initial offer price the holiday slate for major video game releases is looking less cut throat this year than last. We learned that electronics arts star wars jeddah and take two interactive's borderlands three in particular are likely kely to expand established player bases while activision blizzard's call of duty modern warfare cadre in laps players with this year's edition of cross play between the major consoles consoles and the removal of the traditional season pass. The journal. Sarah needle has more at wsj.com coming up. Travelers are facing. Sorry a a new reality when your face becomes your i._d. And boarding pass at the airport it's a thing are you ready better faster greener super for micro resource savings server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more more super micro dot com facial recognition is scanning the faces of all walks of life at big airports airports in europe asia and the u._s. Even as privacy concerns about technology continued to grow jet blue is doing it in new york with delta trying it out in in atlanta minneapolis and salt lake city. The wall street journal's scott mccartney explains how it works in general at the airport <hes> it's simply replacing a a process that you're already doing think of it. As automating manual process so the photo of their own takes picture airline system takes the picture sends it to c. v._p. C._b. m._p. Compares it <hes> against all the other travelers on your flight. It's not compared against a giant databases. They wanted wanted to be fast so they can get a get a response in in less than two seconds <hes> and they really don't need to compare you to <hes> to the entire population just two people on the flight to make sure that you are who you say you are gill west chief operating officer at delta airlines gets into what's in it for airline passengers ultimately it's for our customers and improving the experience for them and really reducing stress and travel friction save them time and make the experience experience better seventy two percent of our customers preferred to use facial over the current process and there's only a two percent opt out rate sounds convenient but what about that whole we'll privacy concern ding. It's a secure process. <hes> it's optional. There's no data that we keep as an airline. We you're not save any additional information as part of the journal scott mccartney adds more perspective both governments catcher picture when you travel the government's got all kinds of personal information nation <hes> when you get to the boarding gate they've already checked against a f._b._i. Databases and <hes> and terrorism watchlist and all that so you've already lost a lot so your privacy within that the t._s._a. Could roll out facial recognition using passport photos as it's doing for international travel because a large percentage of travelers have passports could also work in conjunction with the t._s._a. Pre check however congress is already questioning. The government rush into biometrics amid a lack of standards. The story continues at wsj.com that does it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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What CBS-Viacom Deal Means for Streaming

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05:09 min | 2 years ago

What CBS-Viacom Deal Means for Streaming

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya boosters reporting from the newsroom in new york and it is a deal c._b._s. Viacom to merge in a business buffeted by cable t._v. Court cutting increasingly dominated by streaming can to traditional media giants join together and take on a digital world answering deep new questions after these tech headlines vines chili's parent brinker international is trying to stay profitable as it rolls out more deals sales and delivery through jordache which is eating into profits even as the moves boost sales same store sales have bounced up and down lately and the sector remains challenging n._j._i._t. Brinker says it struck the most profitable deal with door dash it could to help boost margins on the expensive service. It's also helping boost checks by not including some deals dell's on menus for delivery as delivery customers at tend to be less value oriented snap unveils a new version of its video recording and video taking king sunglasses marking the social media companies latest attempt at making its first hardware product profitable the redesigned i wear called spectacles three is due out this fall and boasts dual cameras designed to capture three d. You can also expect a lightweight steel frame and circular lenses apple has surged five percent to two hundred and ten dollars and forty nine cents after u. S. t. r. announced iphones laptops would be spared until at least december from the the proposed ten percent tariffs on three hundred billion dollars in chinese goods. The reprieve is the second break. The trump administration has granted apple the company last year cut smart watches watches and wireless ear buds a similar break from plan tariffs other products that were spared including sneakers and apparel many analysts had expected apple to absorb the ten percent tariffs earth's what bush in particular predicted doing so would reduce its earnings per share this year by fifty cents to twelve dollars and eighty cents coming up the story. The of along thwarted merger ends with c._b._s. Viacom striking a deal better faster greener super micro resource-saving saving server and storage systems with intel's zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro grow dot com c._b._s. and viacom have agreed to merge the all-stock deal if completed. We'll create a major entertainment player. The deal did not come easily w._s._j. Reporter ben mullen terms the deal will create an entertainment player valued at around around thirty billion dollars in a deal valued viacom at around eleven point eight billion dollars in cases like this both companies are both sellers and buyers because they're exchanging stock for those financial. Oh news nerves out there. The stock exchange ratio is point five nine six two five which means at viacom shareholders will receive that many c._b._s. Shares for each vicompte share here that the own. Let's talk new content opportunities. The merge comes with many many more programming options for your streaming sensibilities got dora the explorer spongebob squarepants on the viacom side and then on the other side. You have things like the loudest voice with <hes> c._b._s.'s showtime premium cable channel on top of that. You have the c._b._s. Broadcast broadcast network and a ton of basic cable networks on the viacom side. Both companies also have direct consumer streaming services. Viacom has pluto t._v. Which is an ad supported streaming service and and c._b._s. C._b._s. alexis which you have to subscribe for big options are one thing however tuna a mobile an analyst at c._f. R._a._m. Research explains the main rationale now behind this agreement and the big trend. That's made itself comfortable in the media industry media companies. Try to gain more scale the bigger you get the for more content. Obviously you have and presumably the more leverage that you have when you're going to talk to distributors about distributing content. I seems to be the way that the industry has has been going more and more scale transition to direct to consumers as the case has been we are left content with our new streaming life the one that's not going going anywhere and the one that media companies are finally figuring out how to embrace consumers are dropping their traditional pay t._v. Offerings in favor of cheaper alternatives direct to consumer sumer so netflix has become more formidable names guys on hulu etc have entrenched themselves. That's why i think content providers and distributors have now kind of try to reinvent themselves to get a better competitive advantage by getting more more leverage due to a confluence of all of these factors for more details had to wsj.com that does it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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FAA's Timeline for Return of MAX 737

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06:29 min | 2 years ago

FAA's Timeline for Return of MAX 737

"If you like news and podcasts here's some podcast news. You'll love now. You can listen to podcasts on spotify. Click the podcast tab and your spotify app to find all your favorites and discover cover new ones all your podcasts all in one easy place. Listen free on spotify. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya boost reporting from the newsroom in new york checking in on the grounding of the seven thirty seven max fleet. We learned that even when safety safety regulators lift the fleet's grounding carriers will have to navigate a lengthy maze of bureaucratic requirements plus checking in on the official word from the f. a. a on the fate of the boeing seven thirty-seven max that's after these tech headlines oregon attorney general general ellen rosenblum joins the coalition of state officials suing to block t. mobile's purchase of sprint bringing the opponent tally to sixteen agee's he's ahead of the planned december antitrust trial the group led by california and new york sued in june to stop the combo arguing it would push up wireless list prices texas a._g. Can paxton join the team earlier. In august despite the republican led us department of justice's conditional endorsement of the merger except for paxton all agee's opposing the deal are democrats electronic vehicles and they're charging stations could provide a small but much needed boost to demand for copper that red orange metal with prices at a two year low amid a slowing global economy journal writes that copper is a cornerstone stone of the revolution at the heart of the electric vehicle. It is used throughout because of its high electrical conductivity durability and malleability. The need for copper is even more significant when it comes to charging stations some predict that by twenty forty passenger e._v._t.'s will consume more than three point seven metric tons of copper for every year in comparison passenger internal combustion engine vehicles will need just over one metric ton and verizon is selling a blogging lugging site tumbler to the owner of wordpress dot com. The buyer automatic sees similarities between users of the two publishing sites as ceo matt molin. Molin wag tells the wall street journal. The deal is automatics largest ever and we'll make tumbler part of a company it says is similar in structure to warren buffett's berkshire hathaway away claiming it acquires businesses and lets them operate relatively independently automatic says tumbler is one of the only other platforms on the internet that similar to wordpress press dot com and according to ulan wag. It's really all about publishing and user generated content and social media and quote coming up what the f._a._a. A has to say about the fate of the boeing seven thirty-seven max fleet if you like news and podcasts here's some podcast news you'll love now you can listen to podcasts casts on spotify. Click the podcast tab and your spotify app to find all your favorites and discover new ones all your podcasts all in one easy place. Listen free on spotify edify. We learn at the f. A. is not following any time line for returning the boeing seven. Even thirty seven max fleet to service and one safety regulators lift grounding of the fleet airline carriers will have to navigate through a maze of bureaucratic requirements us before flying any passengers much maintenance will be needed to prepare jets that have been idled for months plus. It's tech manuals will also need updating boeing specifically typically will write revised source documents for operating procedures and airlines will produce tailor-made training manuals for their own cockpit crews as for how long this will take speaking monday of this week stephen dixon f._a._a. Administrator addresses where things stand at this moment an entire fleet of u._s. Made aircraft was is grounded due to tragic accidents overseas and i want to again be clear and absolutely committed that the f. as a safety driven organization and safety is my highest priority. This plane will not fly in commercial service again until i'm completely assured that it is safe to do so the f._a._a. Not following any timeline for returning the aircraft to service rather we're going where the facts lead us and diligently ensuring that all technology and training it is present and correct before playing returns to pastor service. The federal aviation administration will need to sign off on each of the steps involved pilots. It's will then have to complete training on the planes new technology more from steve dixon on the aviation tech involved and how it's a huge undertaking and business. My the job is the safety of the entire system which is not just airlines. It's not just manufacturers. It's not just airports. It's generally aviation. It's it's everything there are. There are opportunities there and i've done this in my leadership roles previously when i led the the next gen advisory committee for example the first thing i said we're not looking for airline solutions even though i'm from an airline airlangga very heavy users of the system but we need in order to be able to move forward together. We need to have consensus. That's going to benefit the system as a whole. You ain't chow secretary of transportation stresses in order to get the technology in place safely three the f._a._a. Must take its time the f._a._a. Cannot take it's global safety leadership position for granted safety safety requires constant effort an unflagging dedication to this core mission and value. I i have asked steve to assess the performance of the agency and the results else of the ongoing investigations and to make recommendations about any needed reforms and i know that he and and the team are ready for the challenge once settled each airline's crew of specialized pilots will also need to perform flights to endorse the changes and ensure everything everything is operating properly more at wsj.com that does it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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Can Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Help Struggling Market?

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05:58 min | 2 years ago

Can Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Help Struggling Market?

"If you like news and podcasts here's some podcast news. You'll love now. You can listen to podcasts on spotify. Click the podcast tab and your spotify app to find all your favorites and discover cover new ones all your podcasts all in one easy place. Listen free on spotify. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york coming up the smartphone market has been undeniably stubborn. We know this but what does samsung have what it takes to get us to buy expensive phones again a broader look at these smartphone space as new devices. Keep trying to crack the code. That's after after these tech headlines a deal between microsoft and a celebrity video gamer known as ninja might make microsoft soft a legitimate new player in the game streaming business tyler ninja blevins began playing games live exclusively on microsoft's mixer platform platform earlier this month the first major poach from twitch which is of course the amazon owned service and incidentally dominating the gaming streaming sector in terms of mr blevins current and former deals couldn't be learned but the journal says mixers move officially makes microsoft a buyer in the red hot market for streamer talent lint sarah edelman has more wsj.com green dot is taking on water from silicon valley's plunge into the banking taking system shares in the bank known for issuing prepaid debit cards fell forty two percent after it scaled back its revenue and profit outlook for the rest of the year are green dots signature product reloadable bank card that is sold and topped up with money at walmart and other retail stores is losing users total active accounts accounts fell six percent to five point seven million in contrast challengers offering smartphone based bank accounts such as acorns grow chime financial financial and squares cash app have added millions of accounts in just the past year e._s._p._n. Is postponed this past. Weekend's plans to highlight eight a recent east sports competition in which players competed at the shooter video game apex legends from electronic arts. The decision was made out of respect for the victims of the el paso texas and dayton ohio shootings disney's e._s._p._n. Will air the program instead october. The competition took place last month at a stadium stadium in minneapolis coming up candy galaxy note ten help samsung stand up to a stubborn iphone market if you like news and podcasts here's here's some podcasts news. You'll love now. You can listen to podcasts on spotify. Click the podcast tab and your spotify app to find all your favorites and discover new ones. All your podcasts lasts all in one easy place. Listen free on spotify for a complete look and for all the fancy do specs ex- you can see for yourself a. wsj.com plus you can also read and hear about what our personal tech columnist say about the samsung galaxy note ten it of course. I debuted last week this week. We are still left wondering about the broader existential crisis rippling across the smartphone industry just me because consider insist this manufacturers could once bank on all of us collectively devouring any brand new device. They dangled in front of our face. That era is over somehow. We're now able to resist. One thousand dollar price tags marina quite chevaux vice president of forecasting at c._c._s. Insight has more on why industry sales have tumbled humbled. The key reason is that there are no new users to attract to the market and the courage users of premium foams stick to their devices for longer and longer and the other reason is the price so the price of the premium devices have been going up and up for the last two years and that's the presses the markets additionally she also says that if there is a problem album it's not due to lack of innovation every new device offer something new and the innovation in mobile phone hasn't stopped what's happened is that it's harder for people people to notice it because phone sent to the same as the ones from a year ago from two years ago and also software updates on their devices so as a result they see less innovation ovation in the new devices less obvious innovation and then tend to stick to their own devices for longer in an effort to broaden the market for the first time samsung chose to offer two sizes of the phone. It also introduces some new stylus features via the e._s._p._n. The official word from mark holloway head of product product operations at samsung mobile europe. The pens always been the number one reason why people are buying the device as well as the fact that it's got large display and powerful performance formante but for the first time with the nighttime watching offering in two different sizes so we will say recognize the some people really want the aspen functionality but a more compact home-platform factor. I think that will say broaden. The upheld really excited by well. There's a new feature called a._r. Doodle which lets you do it. It sounds leg dry and augmented in reality. It's the stylus s._p._n. Function that might keep solid hold of the spotlight. We're seeing really high usage with the pen on the notes devices really grateful productivity lousy take notes or illustrates as well through samsung notes but we also since the nine we introduced a different actions as as well so you have erections now with the note ten so you can in threat with the device in a completely different way time will tell if the highly anticipated flagship phone can whether a tough half smartphone market as recently as five years ago premium devices represented the majority of phones sold but that ratio has fallen to just twenty six percent percent this year more at wsj.com that does it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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FBI and Facebook: At Odds Over Social-Media Monitoring?

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06:01 min | 2 years ago

FBI and Facebook: At Odds Over Social-Media Monitoring?

"Here's some breaking news. Podcasts are on spotify. Now you can get your favorite shows like this one right in the podcast section of your spotify app all the best news podcasts all in one place. Listen free on spotify and this is tech news briefing. I'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york coming up at odds a new f._b._i. Surveillance proposal and facebook and twitter and social media in general but we learn an effort by the f. b. i. to get aggressive in monitoring social media sets up a clash with facebook's privacy policies specifically not to mention it attempts to comply with that record five billion dollar settlement fine getting all the details after these tech headlines this week samsung unveiled its latest flagship smartphone hoping variety with the new galaxy note ten device attracts consumers who aren't so likely anymore to want the same new thing for the first time samsung offers two sizes of the phone. The phone is also equipped with new camera tricks. They are slimmer and more powerful packing more robust processors and batteries as well. Both models ditch the earphone jack and you samsung's infinity. Oh display the typically off center front facing camera camera finds itself now at the top middle of the phone phones known as flagships such as galaxy note ten have historically amp sales for samsung and rival apple as they ran the highest prices fuel brand image and notch biggest prophets lab grown kangaroo meat. It's what's for dinner and australian alien startups efforts to culture meat from kangaroo tissue hints at a future where scientists cultivate such exotic fare for such adventurous eaters one startup called vow took four weeks to produce a few grams of kangaroo in a lab after obtaining a tissue sample from a farm where wild kangaroos were cold other companies have cultivated beef chicken can antuna but vows effort illustrates the broader potential of lab grown meat a new generation of plant based burgers which mimic real meat by combining plant proteins are fastly becoming more available in stores and restaurants worldwide and arriving in the big apple. The first self driving shuttle six autonomous cars began transporting waiting passengers this week through a one mile stretch of the brooklyn naval yard the brooklyn navy yard development corporation joined with optimus ride a boston based autonomous vehicle vehicle tech company to bring free shuttle rides to ferry commuters and the private industrial complexes ten thousand workers. This sets the stage for the self driving shuttle. You can read more. We're at wsj.com coming up a look at why facebook and the f._b._i. Are potentially at odds over social media monitoring. Here's some breaking. He news podcasts are on spotify. Now you can get your favorite shows like this one right in the podcast section of your spotify app. All the best news podcasts tests all in one place. Listen free on spotify. The federal bureau of investigation is is soliciting proposals from outside vendors the goal a contract to pull vast quantities of data from facebook twitter and other social media to quote proactively identify identify and reactively monitor threats to the united states and its interests and quote further complicating matters it appears that the service would violate facebook's ban against the use of its data data for surveillance purposes. The request was posted last month weeks before a series of mass murderers shook the country and led president trump to call for social media platforms to do more the wall street journal's jeff horwitz has more on this year's long process the f._b._i. Has for a long time going back. Maybe a decade at least has <hes> <hes> been trying to gather large scale social media data to do analysis of you know <hes> potentially <hes> emergency situations you know if there's a shooting shooting or or some sort of disaster occurring they'll try to get that data from that area <hes> social media data and also to just look for people. It turns out social muscle. Media is a key criminal tool criminal networks and social networks overlap for <hes> for criminals and their goals to get as much access as possible to as much social media data as possible and they're seeking to do that through a contract with a vendor that would basically gathered this stuff and make it analyze -able for them the f._b._i. Proposal puzzle ratchets up a long running feud between law enforcement and civil liberties advocates over how social media should be used in general to detect and investigate potential criminal the middle activity as for these sticky situation that is our very personal. Data companies have claimed for at least a few years that mass collections of data are a violation of civil liberties. A number of instances were found in which enforcement was in fact modern monitoring black lives matter activists and sort of putting them on social media watch gotcha lists or the platforms basically said hey. We're a place for people to connect not for a place for law enforcement just new without a warrant and both facebook and twitter have said in emphatic attic terms that surveillance related work is not allowed on their platform. That's not saying f._b._i. Agent can't log on any time he wants public but if you want to sort of do math analysis analysis of tens hundreds of thousands millions of profiles and their connections that's something the social media platforms and do not allow the f._b._i. Contract specifies defies it wants to gather the publicly available data that would include private messages and posts but would allow the agency to collect information such as people's names user i._d.'s he's and photos which privacy experts said could be utilized in combination with outside data sources to build detailed profiles of users and track their social lives. That's the deadline for bids the f._b._i. Says is the twenty seventh of august that does it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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Senators Grill FAA Over Boeing Max Tech Risks

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05:30 min | 2 years ago

Senators Grill FAA Over Boeing Max Tech Risks

"Better Faster Greener Super Micro resource-saving server and storage systems with Intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech heck news briefing. I'm Tanya Bustos reporting from the newsroom in New York members of the Senate subcommittee held Federal Aviation Administration officials to task Wednesday their case that the F._A._A.. Didn't do enough to take bone to task in approving the seven thirty seven Max airliner. That's after these type cabins. The four major broadcast networks have filed a suit in federal court to shut down low cast. This is a nonprofit streaming service nervous funded in part by A._T.. And T. and founded by a dish network lobbyists it offers their feeds to subscribers for no charge C._B._S.. Walt Disney's A._B._C.. We see comcast's N._B._C.. Universal and Fox argue that low caste is transmitting the signals of their local T._v.. Stations Thousand users the service isn't available nationwide but is present in many of the country's largest T._v.. Markets Follow where this story goes at wsj.com or the W._S._J.. APP So just for some clarity Amazon isn't buying your home. It's just filling it up. The ECOMMERCE giant is partnering with Real Estate Giant Realty but the Journal's Laura or form in notes only to be the first to get inside consumers new homes with the partnership homebuyers referred through the Turnkey Program can qualify for up to five thousand dollars in Amazon home equipment and services courtesy of realty. An Amazon spokesperson confirms that the Turnkey Partnership is a move into real estate but rather to connect new home buyers with smart home products that Amazon can provide apple is seeking exclusions on tariffs for some components for the Mac pro because it wants to resume manufacturing of the product in the U._S.. That is according to C._E._O.. Tim Cook the company. This year shifted production of its new Mac Pro China after making the previous model in Austin Texas it recently asked trump administration for an exclusion on tariffs for some components for the vice president trump said apple would be denied those exclusions and I needed to make the MAC pro in the U._S. and the notes that Mr Cook says Apple wants to do that saying quote. We've been making the MAC pro Coming Up U._S.. Senators clash with the F._A._A.. On oversight of the controversial seven thirty seven Max airliner better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with Intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your our enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com this week lawmakers asked about a report in The Wall Street Journal that the F._A._A.. Led Boeing do a fix after an Indonesian lion airmax crashed in October. This is even though an analysis showed a risk of a similar cockpit emergency urgency happening again. Senators were quick to note newspaper reports of a lack of oversight as the jet and flight control software which points the plane's nose down has been implicated in two deadly crashes Democratic Makeover basically using the same airframe but we changed the whole dynamics of that plane F._A._A.. Associate Administrator for Aviation Safety Ali Bahrami said the fixed after the lion aircrash was reviewed by F._A._A.. Engineers and in line with normal practices he also spoke of the tech training involved knowing what what we know today and what I as a administered acting administer the Ellen I said we should have included more description in the in the <hes> <hes> computer based training in order to explain what what has is and what what will do the question remained. Why did the F._A._A.? Not Take immediate action to address risks. We knew that eventual solution would be to have the modification and based on our risk assessment. We felt that this we have sufficient fishing time to be able to do the modification <hes> I you know and and get the final fakes so where do things stand. Thus far. Senator Mansion makes his case I would say for the seven thirty seven Max to get back into the air. Every Boeing officials should

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Facebook's New Privacy Checks

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05:05 min | 2 years ago

Facebook's New Privacy Checks

"Hi I'm Nick Trzcinski join me every trading day on numbers by Barron's at two minute morning briefing that helps you navigate the market you can add numbers by Barron's to to your flash briefing on your Alexa device or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts <music>. This is tech news briefing. I'm Tanya Bustos reporting from the newsroom in New York and as reported on the podcast previously facebook will pay a five billion billion dollar fine after the Federal Trade Commission founded deceived users and manage their personal data with improper care now. Let's talk about what the new settlement really means for our precious precious user data. That's after these headlines Capital. One financial the fifth largest U._S. Credit Credit Card Issuer said this week that a hacker accessed the personal information of approximately one hundred six million card customers and applicants. This is one of the largest ever data breaches of a big bank. The bulk of the exposed data involves information submitted by customers and small businesses in their applications for capital one credit cards. The breach compromised approximately one hundred forty thousand social security numbers and eighty thousand bank account numbers. The bank said no credit card numbers or log in credentials had been exposed and that its internal investigation is ongoing. The incident is expected to cost the bank approximately one hundred million to one hundred fifty million dollars two of the largest food delivery companies in Europe have struck and eleven point one billion dollar merger deal joining forces to battle the legs of Uber and Amazon in a fast growing growing service Dutch food delivered takeaway has agreed to an all share transaction with london-listed just eat subject to final approval. The company said that combined they had three hundred sixty million dollars last year worth about eight point one billion dollars analysts say food delivery companies aiming to compete globally can gain an edge wjr by tying up with rivals case in point earlier this year Amazon led a five hundred seventy five million dollar funding round for deliver ru which helped fund the U._K.. Companies meals delivery every battle with uber and now calling balls and strikes robot umpires baseball's future has arrived in the Biases and inconsistencies of mere humans the Journal says that for now Major League baseball plans to observe how well the automated strike zone does before determining what what happens next noting it will most certainly moved to the minor leagues before going to the Big Leagues Coming Up. How safe do you like your facebook user data find out if the F._T._C. A._B._C.'s doing enough breaking down the hall New Order. To protect your privacy hi I'm Nick Trzcinski join me every trading day on numbers by Barron's <unk> at two minute morning briefing that helps you navigate the market you can add numbers by Barron's to your flash briefing on your Alexa device or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts facebook has come under fire recently. It must pay five billion dollars in fines after the F._T._C. founded improperly managed managed Caesar data we learn of new stricter oversight and the bottom line is the F._T._C. says these new measures protect consumers. Let's break it down and look at how first off we begin with third party APPS. They'll have a harder time getting their hands on your data. The Wall Street Journal's Spencer mcnaughton explains further the settlement will force facebook facebook to increase its management of third party developers facebook must now terminate developer access to user information if that developer can't justify their need for that data. Also now you need to actively consent for access to facial recognition data the F._t._C. writes that the company must delete any existing facial recognition data <hes> within ninety days of the order unless the company obtains users affirmative consent to use it on templates in the future moving on facebook cannot use your phone number or to beef up its AD sales anymore any given number in the guise of enhanced security may not be shared with advertisers or other third parties and the authorities they will now abi quickly notified the order also mandates that facebook increase transparency when data five hundred or more users has been compromised facebook has to deliver notice within thirty days days the company's discovery of the incidents alongside a description of steps taken to remediate the issue and the F._T._C. maintains. This is just the beginning commissioner. Noah Joshua Phillips oops has more is not the purpose of this investigation to vindicate every concern that the world has about facebook. We have big national conversations going talk about the company and others like right now. Those are important conversations. They're going to continue the story. Continues at wsj.com had there for the latest that does it for this edition of tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya Bustos. Thanks for listening.

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Li-Fi Makes New Waves in Aerospace Industry

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05:10 min | 2 years ago

Li-Fi Makes New Waves in Aerospace Industry

"The university of Alabama school of law online, choose between an l l m and tax or business transactions for lawyers or jurists master in taxation for non-lawyers. Connect. And learn with live lectures details. Had Bama by distance dot U, A dot EDU. This is tech news briefing, im Tanya, Bustos reporting from the newsroom in New York. Coming up, you've heard of wifi. That's old news. It's all about life. I now much faster than WI fi. It has become one of the biggest innovations in the aerospace industry. Lightning fast internet on aircrafts is about to take off more after these tech headlines. The FBI is looking into whether lab testing startup, you bio used improper billing codes in claims and sought payment for unnecessary tests. You buy ohm had been trying to build a business on testing patients microbiomes the microorganisms in the gut, and other parts of the body based on emerging science that suggests microbes can play a role in health as the Wall Street Journal. Previously reported FBI agents searched the company's San Francisco offices in April step to date with the very latest on the probe and the tech behind it at wsJcom. The CIO journal says information technology executives are pushing to make their systems, more energy efficient developing and tweaking software to cut waste. And now tracking how much energy their operations consume. IT leaders are choosing to play a bigger role in reducing the energy consumption of the hardware, and software as well. A crucial part of this is the companies moved to the public cloud, which of course, cuts down on energy guzzling data centers. Take atlassian Corp Sydney-based maker of online collaboration tools for business. For instance, the company aims to run all of its direct operations primarily buildings on one hundred percent renewable energy, including wind and solar by twenty twenty five and care for one of Europe's largest grocery retailers is unloading most of its operations in China were big box retailers are struggling to keep up with nimble delivery providers the kind that are currently winning over shoppers. The move also marks. The latest retreat by a western company in China in the face of stiff competition from home, grown rivals care for is selling an eighty percent stake in its Chinese business, including more than two hundred stores. This comes at a price tag of about seven hundred million dollars. The French company wants a dominant force in many tiny cities saw its sales in the market fall, five point nine percent last year. This comes as western companies are finding the country, brutally competitive and fraught with regulatory hurdles McDonald's. Hewlett Packard and Uber. Armone those who have pulled back or chain strategy in recent years. Coming up picture this lightning fast internet on aircraft. That uses light to transmit signals have the airspace industry is taking it to the next level with life by the university of Alabama school of law online Jews between an l l m and tax or business transactions for lawyers or jurists master and taxation for non-lawyers. Connect and learn with live lectures detail. At Bama by distance dot UA dot EDU. One of the biggest innovations showcased at the recent Paris air show. The one that still has all the airspace enthusiasts talking is life by French company pardon. My French and I mean this, I'm sorry let's say co year. Claims lie fi is up to one hundred times faster than WI fi. Here's surge Barringer senior VP for research and tech at the company explaining the difference. So the wifi is working with a radio frequency. Where was your life fibroids with, like making life by even more notable? It eliminates the sensitivity to radio frequencies, a frequency was impacting health, Folsom, people addict sensitive fall some others that doesn't work but know not lots of a wifi embedded in the prophets. It will impactful her of people in town and for all the five G hype. Here's where something like five G really comes into. Play for WI fi. It's by cutting the costs of satellite operations, which then makes more of the tech free for airlines and passengers to use for the satellite communication gonna do the across to the rest of the will does have limited bandwidth, but in the coming years to sip all to the five G deployment, launch number of satellites willow to reduce the cost of set. Calm and enable and support the deployment of five G himself countries will be faster than in others, but in a long term, you will have a better and cheaper connection than in these today to from from your cuff to the rest of the will catch up with more of what you may have missed. The Wall Street Journal, has full coverage of the latest in airspace technology. That's it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boosters. Thanks for listening.

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CES Asia 2019: Next-Generation Cars, Smart Homes, 5G

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06:42 min | 2 years ago

CES Asia 2019: Next-Generation Cars, Smart Homes, 5G

"The variety is working with meta viz to help doctors fight cancer. Like, never before using the power of Verizon, five G ultra wideband meta viz will take two dimensional patient, imaging, whether an MRI or cat scan and converted into three dimensional holographic renderings. This will fundamentally change how doctors visualized cancer. This is tech news briefing, im Tanya, Bustos reporting from the newsroom in New York coming up a check in from CAS Asia in Shanghai, what one of the world's largest consumer technology shows has to tell us about the future of the US China trade dispute cars, five, G, your security, and how it all ties together, that's after these tech headlines. Broadcom said it would make two billion dollars less in annual sales than expected following the US ban on exports to Chinese telecom giant hallway, it becomes one of the first big chipmakers to quantify the financial impact of the Trump administration's escalating trade dispute few US chip companies who ship components to alway have reported financial results since the Commerce Department placed the Chinese company on the so-called entity list last month the one that bars businesses from supplying US technology to while away without a license. The situation has left the economic effects of the move, and brought her trade tensions difficult to ascertain a sufficient covers it all at wsJcom. Facebook has signed up more than a dozen companies including visa MasterCard pay pal and Uber to back, a new cryptocurrency plans to unveil next week and launch next year. The financial and e commerce companies venture capitalists and telecommunications firms will invest around ten million dollars each in a consortium, that will govern the digital coin called libra the Wall Street Journal reported last month that Facebook was recruiting backers to help start the crypto based payment system and was seeking to raise as much as around one billion dollars for the effort and as the streaming wars continue to heat up Morgan Stanley has something to say the firm says it sees Disney's upcoming Disney plus streaming service ramping faster than net flicks because apparently the over the top market is more developed today than it was twelve or thirteen years ago. Also, according to the firm, Disney brings known brands and intellectual property to the marketplace, adding that it also believes Disney, plus. Can be as efficient as Netflix in content as well as marketing spend this is all despite operating on a smaller scale since it already incurs significant marketing costs on its brands coming up a check in from CAS Asia for a look into the technological future. Verizon is working with meta viz to help doctors fight cancer. Like, never before using the power of Verizon, five G ultra wideband meta viz. We'll take two dimensional patient, imaging, whether an MRI or cat scan and converted into three dimensional holographic renderings. This will fundamentally change how doctors visualized cancer. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Asia Shanghai hosted more than five hundred fifty exhibitors, who were on hand for a merging of the tech minds opening the Consumer Electronics Show was Gary Shapiro president and CEO of the consumer Technology Association. He said it is the only event on the continent. That brings the entire consumer tech ecosystem together to better our future tall order one big issue that came up the future of five G networks, and one of the most popular booths at CAS Asia was wall weighs it all came together as the world's top network equipment. Provider comes under fire, US officials have accused Chinese technology companies including wal way of threatening international cybersecurity. And at the event, we learned while ways AI strategy. Karen ship hookah, executive vice president of C, T A says the answer lies in five G tech. You know, I think everybody will figure out a way to make. G happened because it's important. And while there may be some conversations and things happening around terrorists right now, you know, my guess is that this technology is going to be something that's going to be ruled out, and everybody will figure out how they get it to market because it's just too important not to, and we haven't even seen the impacts that will make. And that's not uncommon with new technologies. Is it takes awhile for both the industries to figure out how to work together and bring him to market and then for consumers to understand how they can be market, and how they can be valuable fighting for right says the other big topic of discussion at CAS Asia cars, we learned that new sensors and radars make the case for the future of riding in cars, take carmaker Audi. It showed off a new tech developed by hollow ride the start up at founded, and it CEO knows Walney explains. How car rides are about to change very important aspect. When it comes to vehicles, many people do feel uncomfortable when consuming visual media, and a car. Because they actually get motion sick. So there are statistics out there that more than twenty five percent of the people can't stand watching visual content while on the go. This is due to the fact that what they see in what they feel is not matching. So we tackle these problems by combining or merging three core technologies. So I'm not on the one hand. So the connected vehicle. So what we do. Use is the real time data from the call like location, acceleration, braking, steering, and so on, and we combine this intelligently and in real time with virtual environment. So extended reality technology. And when VR comes into play things start to get really interesting with being in a car driving the cars, I'm on drives the car. You're sitting on the back seat. You see over tial. Experience it becomes way more immersive. Secondly by combining VR environments with navigational inflammation, it becomes tailored to your route. So for the first time actually the content adapt to your travel time. That's why we call. It also less content and last, but not least because of the synchronization of the visual content with the movement of the car with almost no latency people. Get less nauseous, and it was just a sampling. For all the latest tech driving us into the future. Sorry, checkout more from Asia. That's it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.

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JPMorgan Kills New App Service for Young People

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06:29 min | 2 years ago

JPMorgan Kills New App Service for Young People

"Explore Napa Valley, California with WSJ magazine and into Garay. Join WSJ magazine on intimate. Winery visits with globally, acclaimed winemakers and celebrated shafts enjoy stunning views, Michelin starred, restaurants, private sellers, and much more book the exclusive trip at Indy. Gory dot com slash WSJ magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight three. This is tech news briefing, im Tanya, Bustos reporting from the newsroom in New York, and J, P Morgan, scraps its new app service for young people just one year after making the app available nationwide the details after these Tyke headlines. Spotify lands in agreement with President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama's production company in which higher ground will produce podcast exclusive to the streaming service partnership comes after Spotify recently acquired a trio of podcasting companies for around four hundred million dollars part of a plan to spend as much as five hundred billion dollars. Total on such deals this year, and the journal says Spotify continues to expand into podcasting as an effort to keep users more engaged also where the company is seeking to differentiate from other services with exclusive content. China's granting five d licenses for commercial use to its biggest wireless carriers opening the next phase in the race to dominate the next generation of mobile tech. The ministry of industry and information technology said the country's three state owned carriers would receive licenses as would cable network giant China broadcasting network, now with the roll out of five G the global cellular equipment market is expected to grow two percent. Annually reaching one hundred sixty billion dollars by twenty twenty three. Google has made a long awaited acquisition to bolster its cloud computing business, a booming industry where it has lagged behind rivals. It is acquiring looker a business intelligence software, and big data. Analytics platform for two point six billion dollars in cash. The two companies were well acquainted alphabet earlier invested in looker through its venture capital, arm capital, g the journal says the move indicates Google will continue to pour resources into its Google cloud division, as it remains far behind rivals, like Amazon, and Microsoft, and cloud computing. The deal is expected to be completed later this year, pending regulatory approval coming up J, P Morgan kills an experiment to attract younger customers, what it means for new digital banking. Initiatives familia in those ambience. Earlier. Swift the inadequacy. Evo ski must sent this. Interim this guberntorable scheduling door in good. Get message gunman women this Lisa. What is that little sister dossier laptop zeal? J P Morgan began informing clients Thursday that it had shutting down banking brand thin. Fins closure is a quick about face for a product J P Morgan hoped would help lure in some new younger customers. Let's get more joining us in the podcast studio. Wall Street Journal reporter, David Benoit welcome back. Thanks forever. Of course. So I for those of us who didn't try it out. Can't now ask your date. I guess if you could I walk us through what Finn was because it was a bit of a digital hybrid. Right. Sure. So, so Finn would have been an online only Bank, so it would have been you, you download the app, and you go start in account in sort of like their various other options out there, right where you can transfer money in and out in get it only online really odd had some cool tools within about saving and some suggestions on, on how to use your money and budget. And then the, the extra the hybrid part here for for Finn was will you could also actually physically go to an ATM you go to a chase teller for some things and you could withdraw. In deposit money. And that's that was the big thing, you, there's a place where you could. You know if someone paid you in cash, or in check, which I think most people don't get millennials get cash. You could actually deposit it at an ATM and how it go into your county. That's a hard thing to do. Right. I guess it speaks to this shift, that's happening, obviously, especially younger people, they don't really finance the way the structure has been in place. So do we take this about face as big banks, having trouble circumnavigating this new space? I think everyone sort of experimenting a little bit in, in sort of testing things out. If Morgan certainly throws a lot of money around in technology in general, and I think he's willing to sort of drop things not work out the way they thought Jeep Morgan seems to have learned some things from, from their interactions with with Finn customers about and they've at the same time been improving their standard chase mobile app and expanding their branch network. And they just felt like we don't need this other. Brand over here. It doesn't mean they're going to stop trying to get millennials on their app in and you can actually now open up chase account, whether or not you have a branch near you. So there are other other ways they sort of trying to do it mentioned, how they're sort of a big player in this space. And there is such a aggressive spending on this kind of tech, our rivals faring as they try to restructure their whole being as well. Yes. So chases like one of the largest deposit banks in the country, they're second, most branches and deposits. So they're a massive organization. They touch him one into households what they talk about. Which is why they're allowed to sort of try this thing out, and then kind of quickly folded back into perspective. There are lots of other things Goldman Sachs's trotted out this Marcus checking and savings account, which is the difference between it and Finn was, we'll one didn't have that physical location. We talked about, right? But to Marcus and Goldman are paying you an awful lot of interest right now. So your money is making money for you. And that is a huge draw in his doing pretty well. We think with millennials. There are other options from places like acorns, which is, you know, building up trading in, in other ways investing, they're adding checking accounts on top of it. Everyone sort of trying to get at young people in how they use money and deposits in deposits is the key here for all the banks because they take your deposits, turn them into loans, which is where they make profit. I think that's a good note to end on David, thanks so much for the time. Thanks for having me. For more on the digital banking app world, you can head to wsJcom and followed David Benowitz coverage. That's it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.

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Can Uber Make a Profit?

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06:44 min | 2 years ago

Can Uber Make a Profit?

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. This is tech news briefing im Tanya Bustos reporting from the newsroom in New York. And there is the case to be made that Uber is planning to be the Uber of everything ahead of its IPO at aims to dominate the world of transportation from food delivery to freight. However, it's still not making any money. Can't it and soon that's the question finding out after these tech headlines. Google is ready to launch a new set of tools to limit the use of tracking cookies and the journal says this move could strengthen its advertising dominance as well. As deal a big blow to other digital marketing companies after years of internal debate Google could as soon as this week roll out a dashboard like function in its chrome browser one. That would give internet users more details about what cookies are tracking them and offer options to fend them off at its developer conference in Mountain View, California on Tuesday, Google is expected to further talk of its commitment to privacy as well as press. It's sizable advantage over online advertising rivals for the latest on Google's new tools, and it's new announcements from the developer conference had to wsJcom or the WSJ app. Technology and industrial companies reliant on Chinese demand and global trade flows are leading the market declines pre market with apple down nearly three percent and chipmakers Advanced Micro Devices and NVIDIA declining about four percent, heavy machinery maker, Caterpillar and Deere down three percent. Many of these stocks have benefited from trade optimism so far this year. But some analysts caution esscalation in the US China tariff fight later this week could cause more momentum to reverse. And now how streaming equals lost productivity at work the hit series game of thrones is coming through as a winner for HBO and parent company AT and T, but for the rest of corporate America game of thrones workplace banter could cost US employers. More than three billion dollars in lost productivity. Challenger estimates. About nineteen point nine million employees will spend an hour a week at work discussing each episode at an average earnings rate of twenty seven dollars and seventy seven cents an hour that adds up to three point three billion for the six episodes of the final season coming up as Uber. Aims to be the Uber of everything when can it turn a prophet support for this podcast and the following message come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte, God com slash look again. As the Wall Street Journal's Eliot Brown writes, Uber sees a tall order of robots ruling the world. But I in the present there's the question of whether Uber will ever make any money to accomplish such goals. Let's get more joining us from our San Francisco bureau, the Wall Street Journal's Eliot Brown. Hi, elliot. Hi, thanks for having me. Sure. So if we can I exam in Uber's goals, first and foremost, what it sees the future as I know, this is a tall order. But how does Uber see the future of transportation? So it's it's actually easier to describe the distant future with them. They sort of see a world where private car ownership goes away for all of riders for people who normally will drive to work. Instead, they'll just summon a car with their phone, and if they want to take a short ride, they'll take a scooter bike that's left around a city. They see a world that's getting increasingly urban. They see that food delivery, replaces takeout and even a lot of cooking. And all of this. You know, we'll be powered by Uber. And it's apple and its network, and I it sort of we'll find a way into the Nixon crannies of all things transportation even sort of booking on on public transit. And then robot cars as well. And here's a here's a catch phrase. It's the it it wants to become the Amazon of transportation in a way. Yeah. I certainly that's it's a nice thing to say when you're comparing yourself when you make a comparison of one of the most successful companies in the world in the past couple of decades. But yes, that is one of the things they're saying, I'm just curious as to the impact that dark, and I'm gonna ask you to say it because you probably say it a lot more than I do if you wouldn't mind schwa-, he. You know, there's a lot of hyper focus on his direction and the way that he aims to transform things. Yes. So it's I mean when when he inherited the company from the founder, Travis kalanick's, Iran tears ago, a little less. He. Repackaged some of the things that Travis was doing so some of that is just sort of branding. And then he also did sort of simplify the ambitious in some ways and make them more broad and other. So briefly the that just means Travis was very hard charging, and and sort of wanted to do absolutely everything. I it was like let's let's do our own robot. Cars, let's do it our own robot trucks. Let's, you know, go to China Darras. You know, took a scalpel or knife and cleaved off some parts of the world where it was just in these maddening fare wars. And so he he pared back into invasion some, but then he's also done at least two, you know, when speaking to investors, creating this this facile, Amazon of transportation sort of vision of the future that is easier to grasp especially if you're an investor looking to understand why this thing was so much money. How does a start up with big and bishops like this make money in this current landscape? The easy answer is that you don't make money. So the the I it's really a fascinating thing to consider the Uber now ten years old, and it is nowhere close to making money. Th they for the record. They had a on paper a profit last year. But that's because of sort of an accounting move that had to do with one of their closed operations or sold operations. But th they're on track to they burn through two billion dollars of cash, the past twelve months they've. Had a net loss of three point seven billion which will be by far the most ever for a start up a US startup before I PO. So it is a environment. That has a where the the capital markets have been giving companies like Uber just billions of dollars to keep spending all in in the name of growth and expansion. So I it's kind of a fascinating question that we don't even really know if this thing will ever be profitable Brown. Thank you so much. Thanks for more on the story. Head to wsJcom or the w stay up. That'll do it for the tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Thanks for listening.

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Uber, Lyft Commit to Safety

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06:01 min | 2 years ago

Uber, Lyft Commit to Safety

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. This is tech news briefing im Tanya Bustos reporting from the newsroom in London Uber and lift take on new safety measures the podcast checks in on how both ride hailing giants are addressing concerns across the board to improve the overall safety of your ride looking into it after these tech headlines. Staying on topic for just a moment. Uber has chosen electronic trading chief citadel securities to manage its hotly debated initial public offering on the new York Stock Exchange. Uber selected citadel securities as its designated market maker or DM earlier this week such firms help ensure orderly trading of stocks listed on the N Y S E each company going public on the big board chooses a DM ahead of its IPO. The firms are often called by their old name specialists, although the new York Stock Exchange abandoned that term over a decade ago for Twitter. This week's big earnings results might indicate that CEO, Jack Dorsey is long promised plans to address harassment on the platform are paying off. And that his chatty user base consistent profitable business. Twitter's stock price increased sixteen percent as the company reported better than expected revenue growth in its earnings report Twitter said it's daily users rose six percent in the first. Quarter to one hundred thirty four million thanks to strengthen international markets and Twitter. Also got a boost from its most high profile user, President Trump who said he had a quote unquote, great meeting with Mr. Dorsey at the White House. According to Mr. Trump's tweet, quote, lots of subjects discussed regarding their platform and the world of social media in general look forward to keeping an open dialogue and quote checking in on some other big earnings items Facebook rose as high as eight percent after a better than expected earnings report, thanks to a strong advertising business. The journal also reports that Facebook has set aside three billion dollars in the quarter related to an ongoing privacy investigation by the US Federal Trade Commission. Tesla also made noise late Wednesday with one of its worst quarterly losses on record whiter than Wall Street was expecting as it struggles with delivering the model three compact car it posted a seven hundred and two million dollar loss. Attributable to common. Shareholders for the first quarter. Shares have fallen more than twenty percent. So far this year which compares with gains of about seventeen percent for the S and P five hundred index and alphabets wing aviation unit has received the first US authorization to operate a fleet of unmanned aircraft for consumer goods deliveries. The Federal Aviation administration's decision is a big win for wing in a budding fiercely competitive industry, Amazon and other companies are trying to get the same green light to transport food and small consumer goods to residential customers everywhere and industry officials have said was likely to take until twenty twenty or twenty twenty one for the FAA to implement the wide ranging drone rules establishing a framework for package deliveries coming up the new measures in place by Uber and lift to make your ride hailing a little safer. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. Heading down to South Carolina for a moment. And if a rideshare safety legislation passes that is where Uber and lift drivers will have to display their license. Plate numbers on the front of their windshield. The aim, of course is to help riders identify their ride and the latest as ride hailing giants tackled growing concerns about safety. This comes amid a new lift initiative at play where drivers will now receive criminal background checks lift also added and enhanced identity verification protocol drivers will now need to prove they have a valid driver's license and a real time photo of their face. Also, the university of South Carolina and Uber just made announcements about new campus security initiatives, they focus on rideshare app users checking their ride before getting into the car. More from Harris pass tides, the president of the university of South Carolina, simply put or national what's mine name campaign every time someone uses a rideshare service. They should stop before entering the vehicle and ask the drive. For plainly. What's my name? These three words have the power to save lives and must become his automatic to every college student getting into a rideshare vehicle as putting on their seat belt, I'm pleased to announce an important partnership with Uber that not only advances the principle of what's my name. But does many many other things to ensure ridesharing is even safer for all students and for all riders everywhere. Andrew MacDonald, vice president for Uber's America's operations and global business development. Talks more about the broader plan for public awareness. Our goal is to make checking your ride before you get into car synonymous with using the campus safety initiative will focus on three areas, awareness and education inap- safety, features and campus rights inspired by the university. And by you, the students and the what's my name campaign. We are launching a national campus safety. Initiative that aims to build public awareness of checking your right, and we'll educate students and the entire writer community on rideshare safety for all the latest in all things ride sharing industry had to wsJcom wrapping up the tech news briefing for now, I'm Tanya Bustos reporting from the newsroom in London. Thanks for listening.

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Social Robots: The New Face of AI

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:05 min | 2 years ago

Social Robots: The New Face of AI

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. This is tech news briefing im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. And the journal learns that blending robots artificial intelligence and voice tech is the secret formula that actually makes humans comfortable with talking with chat bots, because as you know, we are not there's help it's from robot. Introducing you to her it him after these tech headlines. Walt Disney has a bet that in order to stay on top. It needs to come to you by streaming entertainment directly to TV's and phones, it is preparing to launch a service called Disney. Plus that will for a monthly fee stream new and old shows built around its most popular franchises, thus breaking off a lucrative relationship with Netflix and instead competing against it Thursday. Disney is expected to reveal the details in a major presentation to investors laying out the company's streaming strategy in a cloud enabled a I push Google targets. CIO's enterprise technology executives are at the center of Google's new strategy to drive business to its cloud based artificial intelligence services, the company cloud, a division looking to carve out a larger slice of the enterprise market announced tools this week aimed at helping chief information and technology officers addressed common business problems. The tools include prepackaged AI services that can understand invoice. And contracts and offer supply chain recommendations and predictions. The competition remains stiff as Google fights for bigger stake in the cloud market. Microsoft had thirteen percent of the worldwide market in two thousand seventeen and according to Gartner's most recent data, Amazon which pioneered the business held nearly fifty two percent Google share three point three. The journal says AI has been a critical component of the cloud business for Google and it intends to dramatically boost the sales and support staff for its cloud services division and for quick market. Check in the journal says investors hunger for growth are pushing stocks to record highs a group of the largest technology companies. Just hidden all time, high highlighting investors renewed faith in software and chip companies after a fourth quarter route this week the S and P five hundred information technology sector, logged its first record close since early October following a seventh advance in previous eight sessions, apple and Microsoft have helped power the tech sector higher while fighting for the title of world's largest company. But the journal says. Because many tech stocks are associated with market momentum some analysts cautioned that a setback on trade or downbeat economic data gettin the group tumbling once again coming up why giving machine learning a face is about to take a I to the next level support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud and AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. In the podcast special coverage of the WSJ pro artificial intelligence, deep dive, we get to meet a robot with a human like face. That's trying to take talking to our machine friends like Siri and Alexa to the next level. One company for hat. Robotics is already there. Gabriel Skansi the co founder of the company says we're ready for new machine assistance. The first step a face for fixes developing this Roble, it's both the hardware around the software running it, and the ideas religious sort of revolutionized the way we interact with machines. So if we look back interacting with machines with graphical user, interfaces or smartphones. And so on we believe that the Uman face is really sort of the way we are using direct with other people, and we can use that to interact with machines. We think that the face has been neglected in like, voice assistance, and so on. And we think that the face Carrizo much important information that we already know how to interpret all so we don't have to invent a new set of signals for the system to show them to use for these robots by this point is fairly clear. So the ideas that we develop in this platform with the tools for developers to develop applications on top of it. Without further ado, the robot would like to introduce it self this is for hat. Go ahead. My name is for hat, and I am a socially intelligent robot in a near future. You might meet me at airports, hotel, receptions, bangs schools, and hospitals. I can't wait to see what interesting applications people will come up with. Can you have different demotions? Sure, my voice and facial animation. Allows me to express all kinds of emotions I can't be very happy. And cheerful. But sometimes I can feel a bit sad other times, perhaps even be angry. Unlike other. Robots? I can have many different personalities and there are big plans in development. So get comfortable. We have a lot of different partners working in different verticals. So we have for example, working with Chaban as they are putting the robots in airports and train stations. So actually, it's it's they're working on it. Now, we had it at the Frankfurt airport last year as a test pilot. It worked really well, we have a collaboration with Swedish recruitment firm having the robot. Doing job interviews in order to reduce bias in the recruitment process. So these are two examples we also have. Collaboration with Mark from a surgical or the robot is doing asking questions in order to to sort of do an assessment diagnosed you for Debbie and so them for more on for hat, robotics, and the latest on all things artificial intelligence head to wsJcom that does it for the tech news briefing, im Tanya Bustos reporting from the newsroom at the Wall Street Journal.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"This is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello welcome i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york coming up you will not believe what's going on in the world of dating apps if you've taken a breather things have changed there are more you can do with apps and you can even higher professionals for your swiping needs the wall street journal's personal tech reporter dove headfirst into what's new notable and of course horrifying in the world of dating apps but first these tech headlines uber's cofounder travis kalanick plans to sell twenty nine percent of the shares in the company he says he plans to make the sale as part of a broader investment deal lead by softbank mr calinikos holds about ten percent of uber had previously indicated he would not sell shares into the offer don't expect twitter to drop or banned president donald trump anytime soon after some growing backlash due to a controversial tweet last week seemingly threatening nuclear war against north korea twitter published a short blog post explaining white won't be suspending president trump's personal account though it did not mention him by name they say quote blocking a world leader from twitter or room moving their controversial tweets would hide important information people should be able to see and debate and quote and while tech giants grapple with the chip security flaws disclosed last week named meltdown and specter there are steps people can take to mitigate any potential harm to their iphones windows pcs android devices and other gadgets rule number one keep your software on any affected device uptodate for more head to wsjcom coming up single dating apps have gotten tech ear and continue to grow up more business opportunities this is the wall street journal's tech news briefing.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"This is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello welcome i'm tanya bustos reporting from the news room in new york coming up the rise of edge computing in the wake of the smart tech revolution but first these tech headlines one of the biggest names in silicon valley is placing a moonshot bet on bitcoin founders fund the venture capital firm cofounded by peter tale has bought large sums of bitcoin that are now worth hundreds of millions of dollars as the wall street journal reported it few mainstream investors have bought such large sums scared off by concerns about cybersecurity and liquidity new technology in china is now rewarding citizens for notifying authorities about illegal activity and other problems the safe fishing app enables users to tell 30s about problems ranging from traffic violations to domestic disputes as long as the informants revealed their location and identity proving easier said than done if early adoption is any indication and introducing force forty seven vietnam's new weapon against online descent this latest answer to the question of how to lease the internet a new ten thousand strong cyber unit to counter any quote wrongful opinions about the communist state's government the unit is tasked with fighting and rebutting government critics on facebook another platforms and adds another layer to hanoi's effort to rein in the internet coming up how the smart tech revolution brings forth edge computing this is the wall street journal's tech news briefing just flashed so as millions of machines and objects are now connected to the internet for the first time it caused a great challenge to the architecture that was already in place which was of course designed with people in mind as opposed to stuff as a result companies like microsoft and g e are rushing to embrace a new concept and market known as edge computing let's get the latest joining us now in studio is reporter for co journal sara castle on us welcome think gale it's an interesting place where we're at i don't think any of us really expected to be where were at with this snow.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"This is tech news briefing from the wall street journal while them i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom at the wall street journal coming up apple is sorry you were offended and it's kind of apology dissecting apples rare in more ways than one i'm sorry for its handling of performance issue concerns with older iphone batteries but first tech headlines tesla said last november that it hopes to achieve a production rate of five thousand cars a week by late in the first quarter of 20 18 after previously predicting it would hit that milestone in 2017 the journal says the new year will present tesla's greatest operational challenge how to produce hundreds of thousands of massmarket sedans at a profit so far the investors have forgiven tesla for its production problems shares were up forty seven percent in 2017 and tesla's market value of fifty three billion dollars rivals that of ford and general motors and according to wsj see i owe journal the atlantic says we may soon be using the word manapa cine that's where there is only one buyer of goods and that's the kind of power exercised by amazon other 2018 tech trends more autonomous vehicles more cameras even in devices without screens and a new appreciation for gatekeepers to keep the profusion of content real and fake at bay coming up what we've learned from apples iphone battery damagecontrol control incident this is the wall street journal's tech news briefing three so in the wake of a wave of consumer complaints apple issued a rare apology for its handling of concerns about performance issues in iphones with older batteries quote we know that some of you feel apple has let you down we apologise apple had that to say in a note posted to its website late last week what now and if nothing else what we've learned about the iphone.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"This podcast is brought to you by the national association of realtors whether a budding small business owner or large company looking for a new space a realtor a member of the national association of realtors can help you find the right place to grow so get what your business needs get realtor this is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello welcome i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york coming up the app that is now sweeping the nation how h q trivia has put the ondemand at generation on a strict schedules but first some tech headlines online advertising is under siege from an unlikely coalition of privacy campaigners apple and european regulators citing privacy concerns apple launched a feature on its safari browser in september called intelligent tracking prevention this limited the use of cookies to track browsing histories which of course are heavily used by at tech companies with apple changing the business of selling your browsing information report in the journal says the longterm solution may be for sites to be more explicit about how they make money from customer data uber is selling its us prime auto leasing business to fair dot com and so ends uber's failed attempt to attract new drivers who lack regular access to vehicles in september the company said it begin to shudder exchange leasing as the unit is known the units document compiled for prospective buyers interviewed by the wall street journal said the net book value of its more than thirty thousand vehicles was roughly four hundred million dollars and amid all the bitcoin hype chip makers is still aren't stacking bets on cryptocurrencies cryptocurrencies have been a winning bet this year but the chip who play a key role in the market are still playing their hands very cautiously the journal says notable companies like navidi yet and a md or keeping crypto mining demand out of their forecast as their highly volatile and changes to the underlying tech can sharply affect the economic value of mining coming up the trivia app that is sweeping the nation this is the wall street journal's tech news briefing a new home and four years college tuition to nine retirement and fifteen for life most important events there's a whim but in order to plan properly you also need a how i shares understands the importance of.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"This podcast is brought to you by the end point imperative a podcast series from intel that brings together id experts in leaders to discuss the big tech challenges impacting businesses today download and subscribe to the end point imperative wherever you find your podcast this is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello welcome i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york coming up the tech headlines but first a question for you how much do you think lubar is really worth as softbank shoots for a multi billion dollar stake an uber by paying one price to the company and a lower one to its shareholders it's making an unusual approach at such a grand scale and as wall street journal reporter greg bensinger notes it raises the question of what the world's most valuable startup is actually worth let's get more from greg joining us now via skype is the wall street journal's greg bensinger alerts were open so before we get into trying to figure out how much uber is ultimately worth let's talk about what got this conversation going and um this new momentum at play can you first recap what went down over the weekend that brought uber closer to a deal with softbank there will there's two players close to the company at were other nerve dispute ruin over sort of or came voting rules at the board level this was the former ceo travels calendar can who still a board member and a major investor called benchmark also a board member one side wanted some voting rolls in place over seats that callinig overseas they wanted to made sure that the board would have the right to have a majority vote on any appointees counting made the future today he can unilaterally appoint gordon numbers to those seats three seats and callinig wanted to ensure that a lawsuit that benchmark eyes out against him would be put aside until the.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"For two million people in mexico did not have access to the internet a company automata this is building a network that will connect them to the world tough rhody soon spa this is that the the mexican government on invest serves partners the confidence they needed to make these happen the also cover stocks and bruce them it to the network and environmentalist both for the pride that these conflicts job was the one where more chuck dot com slash wsj this is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello welcome i'm tanya bustos reporting from the news room in new york coming up elitist tech headlines need to know about but first the latest from the world of alternate reality specifically augmented reality by way of microsoft's futuristic headset that is hollow lens microsoft is counting on its lands a are device to catch on with companies first which is of course a flip to the traditional tech script let's get the latest joining us now with more patching envious skype from seattle is the wall street journal's jay greene welcome back jaeger to be here so many alternate reality headsets to keep tabs have these days microsoft's hollow lens uses holographic tack if you take us under the hood of this device what are we what are we working with here sure i mean they're basically two types of reality air two types of headsets you get at use one is augmented reality other is virtual reality i think most people are familiar with virtual reality and that's where you put a heck's that i'm you're you're facing your eyes in your vision is a clued.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"This is tech news briefing from the wall street journal welcome i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york straight ahead at tech headlines you need to know but first what you may need to know about your computer apparently the spike in value of all kinds of digital currencies namely bitcoin have given cybercriminals a new way to earn money that's less disruptive than ransomware here's what's been happening new forms of malicious software have sprung up on desktop computers hackers are sneaking in code that generates digital currencies on cloud computing servers and even websites is your computer at risk and more importantly what can you do to be safe let's get the latest joining us now patching in from san francisco is the wall street journal's robert nick millon habob hey my pleasure tell you if i were to begin to try to explain this need a bunch of computers or network of computers to actually process bitcoin transaction so hackers need to steal computers they need that computer power they'd sneaking exactly you know bitcoin nowadays it really comes down to 'electricity because you have to pay for 'electricity and you get to convert that 'electricity using a computer into digital cash so if you find a way to use somebody else's 'electricity to make the bitcoin than you can actually make some money m we sort of did it but back of the napkin calculation we figure you know your average pc nowadays can make about three dollars fifty cents worth of bitcoin in one day so some of these hackers have what are called botnets to sort of.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"This is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york so the talk of the town this week of course is w s j d lives event in will goodie beach california where the biggest tech executives and luminaries from all throughout the tech in media industry join to converse and confer at the wall street journal's technology conference there is only so much we can cover in one tech podcast so i encourage you to check more at at wsjcom everything from electric plane startups to the future of cybersecurity businesses to wear will see the next selfdriving buses event details are all there for the taking can check out more at wsjcom at a search wsj d dot alive more importantly we're going to cut to the chase and get to the matters that really matter there is no better person to do that of course then wsj is personal tech columnist extraordinaire joanna stern who in a series of uncanny coincidence is just happen to bump into some of the biggest tech luminaries in the industry more specifically in the elevator like casper ceo philip krim for example in the elevator ed de live is the place to ask about a possible ipo if ever there was one let's set the scene q the elevator music joanna stern takes it away from w s j d live at laguna beach california are you philip krim the sea of casper i am human for ask you a question or a cup of west sure working from bad good idea we're terrible idea i do a little too often best practices are not toward from both best advice to someone starting a company just be ready for a an interesting ride with lots of ups and downs like an elevator exactly so that i p o when when he going public no thoughts on timing for the ipo word is focused on building the business and taking great promise to market do you any places are times in your life for you banned your smartphone i tried in all of it up before going above that's a rare can you build a mattress that doesn't let you the smartphone and had urged all of options possible arianna huffington with diet she would.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"This is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello this is the wall street journal's tech news briefing i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom at the wall street journal so apple has struck a deal with steven spielberg more specifically his production company amblin television along with nbc universal it will bring back new episodes of one sifi series from the nineteen 80s it will be the first major for rape for apple into the original video content rowan let's dive right in joining us now the san francisco is the wall street journal's trip nickel thanks rodney tung so apple not unlike facebook not unlike a lot of digital media entities are looking to a visual future video is obviously king up was doing the whole go bigger go home thing why not who can spielberg uh what's the story with apple's deal with his production company what do we as the video consumer get out of this we get a chance to see a 1980's anthology series once again that's brought back to life in for a lot of people they may go what it what is amazing stories um i know i certainly had that reaction it it it predated me and wasn't a show that i was familiar with but the good news is that is to show that has you know what a history then has a lot of flexibility ride because it's an anthology series it's different shows each episode and can bring in different actors and i gives apple n amblin entertainment spielberg's television arm the chance to work with some different stars and have some real star appeal with a with a program and so the team spearheading this move they've got their own street credit understand the gave us breaking bad at speaks to the investment apple is making an original programming is original scripted form of video the strategy that apple is betting on there are a lot of ways to televisual story original seems to be the way to go across the board why is that what's the strategy there apple really feels like it needs program in the original import because above that tends to be would.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"Hey listeners this is neil obala when a panoply managing producers i want to ask you a small favour here at panoply were trying to learn more about our podcast listeners we want you to tell us about the podcast you enjoy end how often you listen to them so we've created a survey the takes just a couple of minutes to complete if you fill it out you'll help panoply to make great podcast about the things you love and the things you didn't even know you loved to fill out the survey just go to survey dot panoply dot fm or you can click the link we've provided in the show notes for this episode that's survey dot panoply dot fm or click the link in the show notes thanks this is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom at the wall street journal and it's a swinging amiss for tesla the electric car company has badly missed its goal of building 1500 model three cars in the third quarter it's the first sign that the production ramp up for the new sedan isn't going as smoothly as thought the model three of course which started about thirty five thousand dollars represents ceo on musk's bet that he can transform the luxury automaker into a more mainstream player around the world in a note to investors this week tesla blamed production bottlenecks here to explain what that means is the wall street journal's tim higgins patching in from san francisco so tim tesla concedes in a note to investors that model three production was less than anticipated due to these production bottlenecks what can we make of what that.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"This is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello welcome i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york so one of the biggest battles intact today is artificial intelligence specifically the battle for expertise and recruitment as apple looks to make big strides in this field it grapples with its famous reputation for secrecy as it aims to search for talent in a world of artificial intelligence which is known for its openness where does this leave apple in its pursuit of a success joining us with more patching in from san francisco as always is the wall street journal trip nickel welcome back triplets rome it's on it so it seems like a i is the one thing that has managed to get apple to open up first off why is transparency so essential in the world of am transparency is essential in the role of ai largely four recruiting reasons this is a feelgood still very rooted in academia a lot of the experts in the field typically do postdoctoral work and postdoctoral research as a consequence of that these are people who would typically years ago of then moved on from that roll into academia had actually can become professors to do research for the rest of their careers um what we're seeing is apple google microsoft facebook and others are so interested in ai that that the opportunity to move into industry and make so much more money is pulling these people out of the world of academia and into uh the world.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"In floored we have a place for you not only do we understand your aspirations we are ready for them for all the amazing things your future holds we hold the key floored the future is here this is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello welcome i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york so samsung is hoping you're not still thinking about that whole galaxy note seven fiasco combustion thing that shook the smartphone space last year it decided to pull out all the stops with the new galaxy note eight as samsung mobile chief dj co hammered home the internal message to engineers not to hold back and here we are this week with the new samsung galaxy note eight it's showcasing several tech advances but is it enough to overcome the fallout from last year's disaster as well as compete with the impending and highly anticipated tenth anniversary iphone was hit a little bit more joining us is one of the editors in the journal tech bureau brian patrolled welcome back on it filmmakers always have a lot to prove with their latest phone at samsung has to prove itself exponentially after the combustible note seven disaster so how has the recall shaped samsung's approach to innovation namely with this new devices soho you put though will um i think you know really wasn't inflection point for the company in its one where they could have um sort of coward and went down a totally safe route a freed to make any big changes terrified about what innovation might do or they could go down the road that they went down which according to the company's mobile chief which was if we don't innovative we stop innovating we die and dj cody he told us that samsung's mobile chief he told us that that was his message to the innovators don't don't hold back and so that's what the company did and at the same time you know the initiated a bunch of changes in order to make sure that their phones you know the next note doesn't.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"In floored we have a place for you not only do we understand your aspirations we are ready for them for all the amazing things your future holds we hold the key floored the future is here this is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello welcome i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom at the wall street journal in new york so attention east sports fans electronic arts and the nfl are teaming up to create an annual video game tournament and is trying up something a little different it's open two players at any skill level and from any location namely your couch at home it called the madden nfl club championship tied to the launch of mad at nfl the latest installment of the annual football franchise here with the latest joining us on the line from new york is the wall street journal's sara edelman hey sarah grabbing the matt an nfl club tournament is unique these east sports tournaments are certainly popular but how will opening it up to players at homework well her the start of the competition you'll be able to play on line as long as you have a copy of the uh matt an nfl 18 as whoah you can go on uh winter in the game and on the online portion of it there's an opportunity to enter into the competition symbols that what's behind this um inclusionary approach are they betting they can hook in those players drive up that business it makes sense on paper well it's a different approach to export many of the tournament's are these.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"In floored we have a place for you not only do we understand your aspirations we are ready for them for all the amazing things your future holds we hold the key floored the future is here this is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello welcome i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york city just ahead of the holiday season htc is dropping the price of its vibe at virtual reality headset by two hundred dollars this is just weeks after facebook paid a similar price cut four oculus rift goggles as reported in the journal like facebook htc is looking to boost its user base beyond early adopters willing to spend a significant amount of money upfront as v our struggles to remain just under the surface of mainstream adoption could this change matters let's get more patching in now from san francisco is the wall street journal's dan gallagher welcome thanks revenue the thing about virtual reality it's expensive um highend vr sets have been on the market for a little over a year now how have they done are that we starting to crack the ceiling that breaks into the mainstream uh not really i mean the the uh if you're talking about the two which are from oculus which on my facebook image d c neither has come as exceeded the millions say a billion units and sales uh which for over a year you know the game business that's actually pretty small and that's uh in that matters because if you're if you're a game maker you want the biggest possible audience for your games.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"In floored we have a place for you not only do we understand your aspirations we are ready for them for all the amazing things your future holds we hold the key floored the future is here this is tech news briefing from the wall street journal welcome i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york with a question is the end of type bearing soon on the horizon because in emerging group of mobile users dubbed by the tech industry as the next billion will rely on video and voice almost exclusively it's a brand new generation of internet users who happen to live overseas with less means and are also less literate they tend to use voice recognition and other intuitive apps over texting and this in and of itself as we speak is creating new winners and losers in the tech industry as silicon valley giants are rushing to respond to this emerging need let's get the latest joining us now via skype from new delhi is south asia deputy bureau chief eric bellman welcome eric i'd on your let's talk about this specific internet user that's emerging the next billion as the tech industry calls them who are the next billion how are they using the internet hour the using devices to connect basically the next billion is sort of the buzzword four the people in emerging markets in the developing world often that art online yet where i started seeing it as sort of been waiting four sir a signs of this really happening a you have to understand people really poor and pay places like india and even a 100dollar phone is too much for them data they don't have money for they rather pay for food and so it's it's hard it was hard to sort of see this really started to permeate doubt that level on the economic ladder but i started seeingpeople sort of doing a lot of whispering to an watching over their phones and i thought something had happened and what had happened was a local phone company latecomer decided they're gonna roll out india's biggest forgy networking they're going to give away data of four g connective leave unlimited for six months and so all these people that both four couldn't afford it started dabbling in the internet and they started using it in new ways added it was really interesting to see if something that the industry did waiting for people.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"In floored we have a place for you not only do we understand your aspirations we are ready for them for all the amazing things your future holds we hold the key floored the future is here this is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york city so it's been exciting week for tesla post model three rollout the electric car maker reported betterthanexpected earnings wednesday it also reiterated it's very ambitious time to roll out the model three sedan but underscoring all of that are the cost of its always lofty ambitions here to talk a little bit about what lies ahead is heard on the streets charlie grand welcome charlie hart thanks for having me of course so big theme with tesla is the future and how eu on musk's ambitions are paving the way to the future but it's a long way to get there tesla realistically has to grapple with a lot of things right now in the president so realistically is it a rough road ahead if it it's very rough road ahead you wouldn't know that from looking at the share price or the headline of sales numbers that they reported which were very good on wednesday night but if you will deeper into the financial report there are some big red flags for investors now what are some of those i mean what one common theme and other common theme with tesla is their reputation for burning through cash do you see that changing anytime soon will that can they continue to pull that off i don't um in the second quarter the burned one point one billion dollars in cash when you combine their operating expenses and uh the spending on capital equipment that they need to get this model threecar out the door.

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"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"tanya bustos" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"In floored we have a place for you not only do we understand your aspirations we are ready for them for all the amazing things your future holds we hold the key floored the future is here this is tech news briefing from the wall street journal hello i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york city so that awkward moment when president donald trump pressures you to build apple factories in the us that could very well be apples friendly social media update if it'd that sort of thing mr trump's public statement that apple plans to build three big plants in the us has rekindled scrutiny of the company's policy of outsourcing pretty much all of its manufacturing to factories overseas mainly in china so has this change things let's get the latest from trip nicol who is patching in vr san francisco bureau welcome trip from so for years building factories has clearly not been on apples todo list than last tuesday in an interview with the journal trump says ceo tim cooke telsim otherwise wednesday ahead head of foxconn now obviously apples largest contract manufacturer fix this huge investment in a factory in wisconsin what do we make of how that plays out is it fair to say apple has felt some pressure lately certainly they're feeling pressure there is no doubt about any time uh the president of the united states makes a comment that he expects conscious one but three factories to be built order near and his words plants to be built that's going to add some some pressure to accompany that um for the most part doesn't really like to talk about the future i mean this is a company that has released an iphone every year for the past ten years and they won't even tell us that they're going to release in often this year so um to all of a sudden be put in the end of the spotlight by the president an and.

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