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Fresh update on "tech" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:37 sec | 14 min ago

Fresh update on "tech" discussed on Balance of Power

"Now trading mixed ahead of earnings reports from some of the biggest tech names. Microsoft scheduled to report after the close of trading today, up by 1.1% S and P down three. Now a drop of 1/10 of 1% NASDAQ higher by two. That is a record right now. Little changed the Dow Jones industrial Average down three, a drop their of less than 1/10 of 1%. Dangers down to 30 seconds 10 year Yield 1.3% Gold is down $3 an ounce now down 2/10 of 1% announced of the precious metal Now with 18 57 crude west Texas Intermediate 50 to 55 a barrel on W T. I've The Senate has confirmed Antony Blinken is secretary of.

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Senate To Weigh Biden’s Commerce Pick

Fox News Rundown

00:42 sec | 6 hrs ago

Senate To Weigh Biden’s Commerce Pick

"Expected to vote on the nomination of Antony Blinken, a secretary of state President Biden's picked to lead the Commerce Department, also beginning the Senate confirmation process today. Rhode Island governor Gina Raimondo will go before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation for Day. One of her confirmation hearing, President Joe Biden nominated her to the Cabinet position of Commerce Secretary, which supports business growth, overseas tech regulation, trade agreements, the senses and even the National Weather Service. Raimondo is a former venture capitalist who has a law degree in his a Rhodes scholar. Also served as head of the Democratic Governors Association, in addition to being elected as Rhode Island's general treasurer and the state's first woman elected as governor, Tanya doing

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Fresh update on "tech" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:35 min | 17 min ago

Fresh update on "tech" discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"It for free at slack dot com slash. Where work happens says. It has been informed of potential outage with technicians working to resolve it as quickly as possible horizon shares. Down now by three point. Two five percent stocks are now trading mixed earnings reports from some of the biggest tech names microsoft scheduled report after the close of trading today up by one point one percent. S&p down three now dropped one tenth of one percent. Nasdaq har- by two. That is a record right now. Little changed the dow jones industrial average. Down three of drop their of less than one tenth of one percent tenders down to thirty seconds ten year yield one point zero three percent. Gold is down three dollars. An ounce now down two tenths of one percent an ounce of the precious metal now at eighteen fifty seven crude west texas intermediate fifty to fifty five barrel on w. t. The senate has confirmed anthony. Blinken as secretary of state giving one of president biden's longest serving aids the task of resuming nuclear negotiations with iran restoring trust with allies shaken by four years of donald trump and confronting an emboldened china and russia and janet yellen yesterday one confirmation to become treasury secretary building out president..

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The Biden administration is inheriting working COVID-19 hospital data

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:54 min | 8 hrs ago

The Biden administration is inheriting working COVID-19 hospital data

"The biden administration is inheriting at least one thing around covid nineteen. That's working hospital data from american public media. This is marketplace tech. Molly would on the first full day of his administration. President biden signed an executive order designed to ensure a data driven response to covid nineteen and future public health threats. Now the administration already faces a big choice around cova data in july. The trump administration directed hospitals to stop sending data to the centers for disease control. And instead send it to the department of health and human services and hhs asked the data analysis company pollen tear to harmonize this whole massive information at first hot mess but by the fall the system was really working and now is tracking relations at least really really well. Alexis matter goal runs the kobe tracking project at the atlantic. He says the biden administration should try to ignore the messy politics in favor of the good data. You know part of it is. Cdc is seen as less political organization versus hhs in which you know it's seen as more a part of the administration did not have standing apart. You know one of the things. I really learned this reporting is that description is not totally accurate. In all cases you know the people who built this new hospital data system. They're all career civil servants. And so it really takes getting pretty deep inside these agencies to really understand the dynamics within these very complex organizations so what choices does the biden administration face around this data collection right. They could try to push the data collection for hospitalizations back into cdc into this sort of less flexible and older system or they could keep it inside. Hhs and to one of the things that i've been really worried about. Is that sort of to do this. Sort of abstract good of having the data collection be you know in the place where it belongs that you actually take away the system that working really well right now and that's incredibly transparent for the public. Do you have any sense from the one week by administration has existed of which way they might go. You know. I think the real thing is that the vaccine data is on right you saw. Cdc director will lemke saying you know she wasn't sure about the vaccine data right now and i just got to say i mean that was a system that was designed and built inside the cdc. I mean this is arguably the first major pandemic to exist in the big data age right like it. Sounds like you're saying there's just a skill set there that might not have been developed. Yeah it's not. As if the cdc doesn't collect of course cdc collects tons of data bud for different purposes. It's one thing to need rough and ready data to make decisions today. It's another thing to collect data for research projects over time in which you really want like precise answers but you have a lot of time to develop. Those data sets the questions. Do you ask the process that you build in the pandemic response. I would say by primary criticism of the cdc on a bunch of different levels is they've just moved too slowly. It hasn't seemed enough flake crisis. I mean the early example of that for me was in the very early days when the cdc had put up there cova tracking apparatus. They just didn't update it on the weekends. At a time when cases were like doubling like they stop updating on friday. They'd updated on monday. And there'd be twice as many cases as when they stopped you know. And i just thought to myself like guys. Everyone is working the weekend right now. Like we need to know what happening. The public needs to understand what's happening. You can't just take the weekend off. And i'm happy to say that the vaccine tracking the cdc is doing. They're updating it over the weekend you know. It's like right so so maybe this is a good. Maybe this is a good sign. You know that the administration cdc maybe as reinvigorated and has some renewed sense of purpose and are treating this like the crisis that it really is. Talk to me a little bit about palin tear and its role in this data collection because pailin tier is a name that inspires some dread either in the book or with respect to privacy and transparency. Like what do we know about. Its role in this data collection and how much transparency there is in in what they can. Use this data for to pailin here. It was co founded by peter thiel Who i think for a lot of democrats become sort of a republican supervillain and peter thiel and pailin tier have a lot of government contracts. People are rightfully worried about the extent of their reach into the federal government. But here's the thing people used the fact that. Hhs is data system which is called. Hhs protect was built by pollen tear as a reason to move data out of hhs. The problem is that. Hhs protect actually grew out of a cdc system also built by pailin tier also nih. They also use talent here so we have a system in which pailin tier is pretty thoroughly threaded throughout our public health surveillance infrastructure. Which in my mind. The way that i would set it up if i were doing this. Probably not on the other hand. It's not really an issue of hhs versus cdc. They both used talent here. Right pal to your says that they don't use that data that's that's flowing into system. They built for anything else that they basically just built the database in their hands are off it for what it's worth. Do you think we have that in writing somewhere in federal contract that may over tax.

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Fresh update on "tech" discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 min | 29 min ago

Fresh update on "tech" discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Investor insights was steeples Chief investment Officer Michael O'Keefe. Michael looks like the tech oriented NASDAQ index had another pretty good day. What's the update Well past. The overall market was positive yesterday with the Dow Jones Total Market Index returning 0.3% for the day. And indeed NASDAQ that tech corn didn't index did well being a 0.7%. Two indexes lost ground. The Dow Jones industrial average is off 20.1% and the Russell 2000 Index of small company stocks gave up some recent gains. Falling 20000.3% for the day. The S and P. 500, another popular benchmark, was up almost 5000.4%. Investors are assessing how the economy and the markets will be affected by the changes in D. C. The path of the virus and the programs to distribute the vaccines. What are some specific areas for focusing on this week? Today we learned the IMF's world Economic Alec projects. Global GDP Growth of 5.5 hours. Sent in 2021 tomorrow will see results of feds January meeting and Thursday we'll learn the first estimate of fourth quarter GDP and how the recovery's going its steeple earlier this month we published Outlook 2021 Reflections in a way forward, which helps us.

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Why China is Joining the Global Push to Regulate Big Tech

WSJ Tech News Briefing

08:24 min | 10 hrs ago

Why China is Joining the Global Push to Regulate Big Tech

"When it comes to regulating big tack europe has been taking an aggressive stance for a while now and as we talked about on the show. We've seen some action from the us as well but lately china has made moves to join in our reporter. Sam schechner joins me from paris. To talk about why china is getting involved now. What it's doing and what impact could be protect companies. Hey sam thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so before we get to china's action. I wanted to start by bringing us up to speed. European regulators have really been leading the charge when it comes to regulating tack. What have they been focusing on your right. That europe has really been at the leading edge. A lot of these these types of new rules europe's new privacy law the gdp our general data protection regulation was one of the first of the of a new class of transversal privacy laws. And that's actually been emulated in a number of parts of the world. Europe has also been among the first to initiate antitrust investigations into big companies including google and apple amazon and actually has issued decisions against google totaling more than nine billion dollars with fines in recent years and now europe is also helping lead the charge when it comes to coming up with new competition regulations. It's something that's been bubbling in academic circles for quite a while whether or not there's a handful of companies that are so big that they need their own special rules to make sure that they treat everyone fairly to make sure that companies have a chance to rise up and challenge them and the he us antitrust are also in charge of new digital regulation. Here margaret avesta your actually describe it with a metaphor to the automobile. She said that when cars were first invented it a new technology and after some period of time people realize that maybe we need traffic lights right and a lot of action clearly stemming from from that sort of mindset. We've also seen some action in the us as well right. There is indeed some momentum in the us four new competition rules you know given the political environment and some of the differences between democrats and republicans. It's not clear that there'll be an agreement that being said last summer. Democrats in the house. Judiciary committee released a report calling for changes to antitrust laws and creation of new types of obligations and republicans in their own report actually endorsed albeit a narrower set of changes but some areas of agreement such as requirements tech. Giant's make their services interoperable so there is the possibility that some types of legislation might see the light of day in the us dot. So that's sort of the lay of the land but china has also recently joined the push with some new proposals. What do they unveil well. That's right in. November china issued its first draft guidelines for how they want to regulate competitive behavior by digital giants and on paper the guidelines are actually very similar to some of the things that have come out in europe. The uk also has a set of regulations for big tech companies that the proposed and china's proposals include things like blocking companies from crunching consumer data in order to set discriminatory prices or at selling prices below cost to help gain market share. Some of the classic things that might be anti competitive more generally but that big companies are accused of doing and in potentially more difficult to identify with this. And i understand. China has a pretty short history with the sort of regulation. Why are they getting involved now. Well on one hand. China has one of the shortest histories of antitrust regulation of major global economies only adopted its anti-monopoly law in two thousand eight but more cynically. Some people have noted that this push began just slightly after an october speech from alibaba founder. Jack ma who publicly lashed out at the chinese government's tight financial regulations and following that there were a series of regulatory actions against elements of his internet empire. And so the question has been raised when you talk to. Experts is this chinese. Push about really trying to rein in big tech companies to preserve competition. Or is it about taking on people. Like mr ma who they think are challenging the power of the central government. And you know when you talk to when you talk to experts. They say that mon- speech may have been the trigger but that there have been longstanding concerns about increasing concentration among the chinese internet giants including including alibaba but also other companies to rate and since alibaba is one of china's biggest most powerful companies. Making jack ma. One of china's most powerful businessmen. This sort of illustrates broader difference between china and some of the other countries that we've talked about you know. China wants to exert a lot more control over attack and the internet then does the west could barrier in terms of getting different governments on the same page. Well that's a very good question you know we. We really don't know what the long term impacts are going to be of these rules. I mean for one thing. They haven't actually been applied yet. These are proposals and you're right that china's internet is largely dominated by its own set of companies not by global giants and chinese internet. Companies are much less present overseas. So you know it's it's a question. How much one regulatory system or the other will end up prevailing. There are certainly more countries in china's orbit that could end up adopting china's approach to internet regulation but in some cases in some senses that there's similar motivations behind what's going on. I mean whether you're trying to preserve state power for its own sake or because you want to make sure that there can be a new set of companies that come up to challenge. I mean those are still it boils down to saying certain companies have gotten too big and something needs to be done about them and so the more that those sorts of rules are being proposed. It certainly would count as momentum for them. And you know it's not a it's not a given that these things will be done so momentum is meaningful. i mean you. You have free market proponents. Who argue that. These types of proposals go too far that they would hobble digital markets and leave some people worse off so while there is a growing number of experts and competition regulators who say we might need rules like this they certainly aren't unopposed. So china's entry into the fray could potentially impact the course of the debate. Yeah and just to take further. What's the outlook for big tech. Now that china's join this push and how are the company is responding. Well i think big tech. Is these big tech. Giants are increasingly aware that they're going to be facing more regulation whether it's about privacy whether it's you know updates to tax rules whether it's about their obligations to other companies in terms of new competition regulations. It's just a fact of life. And so i think at this point. They're they're now down to figuring out how to make sure that these rules are ones that they can live with. You know when you talk to facebook they sort of are perhaps the most acquiescent saying that we acknowledge these types of rules must apply to us. Amazon and google say more that they would hope that rules that would be rules that apply to all companies not trying to focus on a few. But i think it's it's certainly fair to say that these companies are going to find themselves much more regulated and they have at the last couple decades have been a sort of open playing field for them. It seems likely that they're going to find their their field of action more limited. They may have time doing the same kinds of acquisitions that they had done before. Or certainly will face more scrutiny. Before they're able to complete them. Some regulations on the table could in the case of repeated non-compliance go as far as breakup. I think really the us would have to get more into the game for that to to truly be on the table. Indeed the ftc's suit against facebook last year did specifically talk about unwinding some of facebook's acquisitions

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Fresh update on "tech" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

00:31 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "tech" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"This is a Bloomberg business Flash fluctuating into the red again has big tech companies. You're still the best performers on the S and P Wider market is weighed down by worries about the new Corona virus, variants and hurdles to a fresh aid package. Let's look at the numbers the S and P is little changed right now. Down one. The Dow is little changed. The NASDAQ is up 1/10 of a percent of 16. 10 Years down 3 30 seconds with the yield of 1.4% West Texas intermediate cribs down 3/10 of a percent of 50 to 60 a barrel Comex gold is down 2/10 of a percent 18, 55, 90 and ounce the dollar yen one or 3 66. The euro dollar 21 62, the British grabbed a dollar 37 34 Overstock shares and climb to selections 28% today the most intraday since July is, analysts said the decision to convert its Medici Ventures Blockchain unit to a limited partnership. Was positive for the e commerce company. Overstock is now close to 19%. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Gregg Jarrett. You're listening.

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Twitter pilot to let users flag 'false' content

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 12 hrs ago

Twitter pilot to let users flag 'false' content

"In its attempt to fight misinformation on its site, Twitter is enlisting the help of its own users, creating a crowd sourced back checking project it called Bird Watch. Pilot program on Lee in the U. S. For starters, taps pre selected users with no rule violations to help flag misleading and outright false tweets and write notes correcting them. Witter says it wants both experts and non experts to write. Bird watch notes exciting Wikipedia as a site that thrives with non expert contributions.

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NASA Technology Designed to Turn Space Trash into Treasure

Innovation Now

01:07 min | 13 hrs ago

NASA Technology Designed to Turn Space Trash into Treasure

"Orbital sin gas commodity augmentation reactor is an early career initiative that studies technology to convert trash and human waste into useful gases such as methane hydrogen and carbon dioxide by processing small pieces of trash in a high temperature. Reactor oscar is advancing innovative technology for managing waste in space. Here's anne meyer a chemical engineer at nasa's kennedy space center so on a one year mission crew four would produce around twenty five hundred kilograms of trash. We can convert over ninety five percent of that solid trash into gas. It's enough gas that you can convert into a fuel that could do things like course correct spacecraft or used to send a small payload from the surface of the moon or mars. But what could oscar mean to us on earth especially in the united states will see a lot of landfills and the same technology developed for space. Travel could be used to process our solid trash right here at home

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Biden plans to replace government fleet with electric vehicles

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:25 sec | 20 hrs ago

Biden plans to replace government fleet with electric vehicles

"Was asked about the virus is he was signing another executive order. This one focuses on promoting a made in America agenda to boost US manufacturing. He plans to create a new position in the office of Management and Budget to make sure that government agencies air truly buying products from US workers and businesses is also moving to replace over time the fleet of government vehicles with American made electric cars.

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PUMA Sponsors Honor of Kings' KPL to Join Nike as Major Athletic Apparel Brands with Esports League Contracts

Esports Minute

02:27 min | 22 hrs ago

PUMA Sponsors Honor of Kings' KPL to Join Nike as Major Athletic Apparel Brands with Esports League Contracts

"Know. I have a weird fixation on the Athletic Apparel Brands and the work they do in Esports and I absolutely blame growing up in Beaverton, Oregon the home of Nike but while I'm only kind of biased to the swoosh, I'll admit that. I'm a fan of all the brands in Esports and especially Puma because they're led by Matt Shaw who happens to be one of my favorite people in all of these Sports on Sunday Puma announced a new major sponsorship Puma sponsoring ten cents king of league. If you haven't heard of the kpl the kpl is the top level of honor of Kings Esports, and I know you don't live in China on Earth Kings is called Arena of Valor in the West End is basically League of Legends mobile version including being published by 10 said now Riot games is actually in the process of creating wild Rift and official mobile version 4 league, but it likely won't take off in China because on Earth Kings is already huge and domination. Market, and it really really dominates that market as of March 2019 the game and brought in four point five billion dollars according to sensor Tower. I'll do something quick extrapolating math here. I found individual month's Revenue numbers from 20 20, which average I think this actually might be a conservative estimate another two hundred million dollars per month in revenue for honor of Kings. So if we take to walk 1 million as an average and multiply it by the 22-month separating March 2019 and January 2021, we get an additional four point four billion dollars in Revenue that would bring honor of Kings total halt to a point nine billion dollars since launch in 2015. That's a lot of money a lot of money this week the developer TV studios. Also announced another $154,000 would be invested in honor of Kings Esports with about six million of that going to prize pools for Puma. It's a huge win. The only other Esports League represented by Athletic Apparel birth. Like I said at the top is Nike and they have the League of Legends Pro league in China. And while the LPL is almost certainly the most important individual League contract and all of Esports honor of Kings K p.m. Is honestly not that far behind. It's just almost purely popular in China what Nike got with the LPL was also that International exposure that comes with worlds. Primarily Puma also offer deals with Cloud Nine and Gingy. I predicted the race for Esports assets from Nike Puma and Adidas would pick up and twenty Twenty-One and with Adidas already partnering with G2 and now Puma grabbing the kpl only in January. The race is definitely picking up steam already.

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Vicarious Visions might be working on Blizzard's Diablo II remake

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:44 sec | 22 hrs ago

Vicarious Visions might be working on Blizzard's Diablo II remake

"Bloomberg reports. Mike irritations has been working with blizzard. Since since twenty. Twenty on the diablo franchise including a plan remake of diablo. Two potentially called diablo two resurrected. According to bloomberg's jason schreier diablo to remake was due to be developed by blizzards team. Won the team. That made the poorly-received warcraft three re forged and before that mobile flop heroes of the storm in real time strategy real time strategy game starcraft two but blizzard gave the diablo to remake to the team behind the aga four instead and now a group bike areas. Visions is also working on it ascertain one. It seems to have been quietly disbanded with some interviewing for jobs within blizzards and others leaving for independent studios.

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Clubhouse Raises A New Round At $1B Valuation

Techmeme Ride Home

03:15 min | 1 d ago

Clubhouse Raises A New Round At $1B Valuation

"I'd like to think that this news is a direct result of the fact that i spoke on stage at josh constanze weekly press clubroom on clubhouse on thursday night. Paul and the gang saw how successful that went. And we're like quick. Pull the trigger on this for sure. I'm joking of course. But in a blog post yesterday clubhouse announced a new funding round led by a sixteen z. Word on the street is that it's at a one billion dollar valuation. Which if you'll recall six months ago people were saying it was crazy that a sixteen z led a one hundred million dollar valuation also clubhouse says it will soon begin work on an android version of the app and it is actively beginning tests around paying creators or at least allowing creators to charge and earn quoting techcrunch. The plans around monetization routes for craters appear to be relatively open ended at this point with clubhouse saying it'll be launching first tests around each of the three areas it mentions tipping tickets and subscriptions over the next few months. It sounds like these could be similar to something like a patriotic built right into the platform. Tickets are a unique option. That would go well with clubhouses more formal round table discussions and could also be away. That more orgnisations could make use of the platform for hosting virtual events during a regular virtual town hall. The apps founders hosts on the platform ceo. Paul davison revealed that clubhouse now has two million weekly active users. It's also worth noting that clubhouse says it now has over one hundred and eighty investors in the company which is a lot for a series. B though many of those are likely small independent investors with very little steak and quote. I thought martin bryant had decent analysis of this in his big revolution newsletter. This morning quote. People are excited about clubhouse because it's like a grownup version of twitch clubhouse is the first opportunity for professionals to build a presence and an audience in a near zero barrier to entry live media app at its worst. This means. there's a lot of lincoln. Style fake insight and people trying to be gurus but it also means there are a lot of really interesting conversations featuring people you might not hear from on other platforms. The twitch analogy seems to fit with clubhouses monetization strategy. The plan seems to be provided a platform and money making opportunities. Then sit back and take a cut as we've seen with the stories format once something is a success in one place. You can't stop it popping up all over the place so far. The only notable clubhouse clone is twitter spaces which is still in testing but expect live audio chat to be tried in all sorts of slight variations across different apps. You already use for. I suspect linked in is already exploring what it could do with this format. The challenge for clubhouse is maintaining its value as a destination everyone else offers the same features helping creators. Get paid is one part of this. But ensuring those craters provide enough reasons for listeners. To keep coming back we'll be a greater challenge. But then you can stream video game footage in a number of places including facebook and people keep coming back to twitch so. The problem isn't insurmountable quote

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Axios CEO Jim VandeHei On Media Post-Trump

AdExchanger Talks

07:39 min | 1 d ago

Axios CEO Jim VandeHei On Media Post-Trump

"A lot can happen in four years for years ago. Donald trump was being sworn in as our forty fifth president and also four years ago. Axios was founded and delighted to have jim van high co founder and. Ceo of axios with me here today. Great to be here. So and congratulations on your four year anniversary. Thank you we we started. We actually moved up our launch because we interview with donald trump so our first term matched up with his first term. We can leave it all of you to decide what better i show while. I wanna talk about the future of media in the airhead recording this the day after biden's inauguration actually has grown up under the trump presidency in our in this completely new political moment with the biden administration coming out of the first day of the new regime. What are you paying attention to. Yeah i mean we at axios. We cover a broad range of topics so politics technology media business and in the political sphere. Obviously we're spending a lot of time. Thinking about how joe biden the presidency will unfold but also how it will unfold in this kind of wild and wacky media environment where you've got you know roughly half the country that doesn't trust anything that the mainstream media produces and you have this rise in the number of people who believe things that aren't true and i don't think we've ever been here's a country where we've been the last couple years. We just have so much distrust in so much misinformation and so much propaganda in so much of a taking root with people that you and i would say other serious smart people and yet they don't believe the same things that we believe even if a to us they're fact base and that's a huge problem in that environment is going to be surrounding joe biden. And you can't extract politics or biden from media swish together. I think you make a big mistake if you try to understand politics without having a pretty good appreciation of modern media yeah in trump is leaving this legacy of distrust of the media and hatred of the media which he's kind of been able to spread to a broader set of followers. What do you think the long term effects of that negativity toward media will be. I mean i think it's to be determined. I think it's gonna take a long time to repair what is broken. When you have this many people you have a maybe half the country. It's deeply skeptical of media in general and kind of what we would define this truth. It makes it almost impossible to be a functioning society in that environment and i think for the incumbent brands. It's going to be really hard to win back. The trust the people who distrust or mistrust them now i think it creates new opportunities for companies like axios or companies at mina merge over the next couple of years ought to be able to maybe kindle rekindle a relationship with people who were skeptical of things about around for a long time. But it's a problem that has to be solved if we end up essentially de-coupling and what i mean by that is if we have half the country living in at different bubbles where it's not just the media you're consuming but it's the platforms that you're going on to share debate and think about The news that you're consuming. I really worry about that. Consensus essentially it. Truly is to america's it's not just sort of generically saying to america's like we would have to america's and we have to solve for that and we have to solve that while also figuring out how do we put rules around that big tech platforms that allow for people have freedom of speech but also be able to navigate the world without Mistrust in propaganda and nonsense in noise pulsing through the devices in the platforms. They're spending the vast majority of their time on and exit at axios takes a pretty a political approach which that feels like a good stance to take coming into the next four years and through what happened. In the trump administration was that something that you foresaw or in kind of taking a more neutral stance or was that something that you just kind of. We're going to do anyway and all of a sudden maybe you're seeing some positive effects yet. No we'd always planned being that way in. Our view is that world is anymore. Noise what the world needs is more clinical fact based reporting done by people who have expertise so that you can get people who might be skeptical of media to believe in beedi again and for people to stay better information to make better decisions and that's why we started. Axios is our thesis. The thesis was correct. Was people almost everyone. We knew their minds were just jammed and crammed with information and they had less time to actually think about information at a time where all of us need to know a lot more across more topics. It's really hard to do my job. Unity your job if you don't really understand politics or technology or social platforms or media or some business trends. Let's a lot. It's a lot to ask of you and ask of me and so if you can't bring more efficiency to that process if you can't bring more clarity to the information that people are consuming it's just gonna get too difficult for the end user the consumer And so even though i mean are even as i think. A lot of people are appreciating this kind of super brief approach to news. People are consuming so much news. I feel like in the past few years because there's just so much going on with trump and then out of course that the pandemic there's this idea of the trump bump that's driven a lot of subscriptions in really helps a lot of media publications at the same time that trump has kind of led to some of these negative effects that sustain. What do you think happens to. Some of the media publications that have benefited. Most from the trump bump my assumption was that the trump bump which fade people would stop paying so much attention to politics but just had so much craziness the corona virus. Getting worse. Not getting better. Obviously the mob at the capital still persistent fear that there could be more violence as a result of the election results. So we're not seeing that decrease yet though. I assume the decrease will come to be honest. I think it'd be really healthy for all of us. If if traffic to political coverage decrease tremendously. I honestly it might sound weird because people create create a politico and we obviously do a fair amount of political coverage here. But i think people gone nuts. I think people are consuming. Wait way way too much political content. I see in our traffic patterns. I see in my own family. We as a species were not meant to spend this much time thinking about talking about debating sharing opining on politics. It's not healthy. I always compare it to a doritos. Like into real nice. I love him in like if you have one once in a while. It's good but if you eat two or three bags at day you're going to be a fat slob and you're not going to be healthy and i worry that that's what we're all doing with politics is driving people crazy and i think the world would be better place if we all got a life outside of our phone and our and our websites

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Was the iPhone 12 a smash success? Here's when we find out

The 3:59

04:39 min | 1 d ago

Was the iPhone 12 a smash success? Here's when we find out

"This is a big earnings reports. Big one this is the one where we get the numbers for the iphone launch. So what are you expecting. We're expecting either a blow out or a surprise not blow out. This is one of those either it it really knocks the socks off for a dozen and part of it is because of the iphone. Twelve right this is a device that has been in terms of the financial world years in the making a smartphone sales in general have slowed down or gone down. Apple is kind of plateaued in terms of it and really this device is supposed to be what draws everyone back. I mean there were surveys out there. That showed something like half of customers. Who are iphone users or potential iphone users. Were gonna buy the iphone twelve. That is a massive number of people and so if that comes to be true it's going to be one of those really big moments for apple. Where they they move into another whatever. The next level is for that company it's already defying all gravity but they go even further right. The idea here is that the last time we had this so called super cycle was back with the iphone. Ten right where it was a new design there was a big Sort of big That resigned drove la demand because people held on their foes. Long enough is three or four years. This was sort of the next time. People were due for an upgrade right. Yeah you would think the iphone ten but in fact you know. Surprisingly the iphone ten was even a smaller cycle than what these people expect which is more like the iphone six If you remember that that was when it went from being the boxy design of the iphone five two more rounded corners which is what they kept until the iphone ten and also the first time they had a larger phone right that the six plus and that drove a ton of demand especially from asia where larger phones at the time were much more popular now. They're popular pretty much everywhere so you have to think like that. Moment for apple was enormous. And this is expected to be like that and it's hard to feel like in the middle of an economic catastrophe that that could happen. But i guess anything's possible. Yeah we've definitely seen from other checkup as that. The pandemic hasn't really had a real impact on their financial results. We'll see that book because that's it's tangible thing. it's funny. You mentioned that like the last. Big upgrade cycle was when the design went from box to curve in it with the iphone twelve. We went from curved back to boxy. it's like innovation. Yeah i mean it's it's like the it's it's like fashion right. What's old is new again. And it's kind of funny. I personally am more of a fan of the boxy design. Because i can hold it easier so i was all in on that. I did not like the curved ones. I always felt like they were going to slip out of my hands and i always had to have a case so i think that at the very minimum. The other thing that you have to keep in mind is that apple is pushing so hard the idea of the cameras and they've always been a thing but you now see the amount of time that they spend talking about the cameras in their presentations. You've got those shot on iphone commercials for the billboards. Although how many of us even go outside and see them anymore but those types of things really pushed the idea of unita upgrade this phone regularly. Because you're going to get the best camera you can in your pocket and even though we're all stuck inside apparently it seems like people still want really nice cameras. Well i know my wife takes analysts photos of our kids so that camera quality was the big selling point for her. The upgrade the other big feature obviously was five g. They talked a lot about five g. But do you think it had any impact on sales just given the fact that you have to be out and about to take verify. Gene and a lot of us aren't really out about that often. Well you have to be in a place where five g works. I have still yet to have five g work on my phone as i'm driving around in dc. And maybe it's because i'm the wrong carrier. You have more of a verizon town but still it's just it's crazy to me that this is a feature that's the headline feature and i have not actually had a turn on at all. I think that really fight. Jia anything is a hype thing it's able to draw people in. It's kind of like three d. tv's way back it's like oh we'll just slap another thing on the box but people rarely used it and i think five g eventually obviously is going to be the future but i have a feeling that if it did draw people in it was because of the hype of what it is not the actual functionality of it yet.

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Google says it's confident about alternatives to browser cookies that track you for ads

Daily Tech Headlines

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Google says it's confident about alternatives to browser cookies that track you for ads

"Google announced that testing of its proposed third party cookie replacement. The federated learning of cohorts or flock. Api showed that advertisers can expect to see at least ninety five percent of the conversions per dollar spent on ads compared to cookie based advertising part of google's privacy. Sandbox initiative flock exists chrome browser extension. Which is fed into a machine learning algorithm to create groups of thousands of people in cohorts which are used to sell ads against read the individual user data. Google also has other third party cookie alternatives in development as well

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iPhone 12 can interfere with pacemakers, Apple confirms

Daily Tech Headlines

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

iPhone 12 can interfere with pacemakers, Apple confirms

"Apple updated support documents to advise that magazine equip devices and accessories may interfere with medical devices like implanted pacemakers into fibrils when in close contact apple recommends keeping devices six inches apart in normal use or twelve inches apart while wirelessly charging however apple states that while the iphone twelve models contained more magnets than the previous iphones. The devices are not expected to pose a greater risk of magnetic interference to medical devices them prior iphone models.

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Huawei Considers Selling Its High-End Mate and P Phone Brands

Daily Tech Headlines

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

Huawei Considers Selling Its High-End Mate and P Phone Brands

"Writer sources say why ways in talks with a consortium led by shanghai government back investment firms to sell its high end p. and made smartphone brands while has reportedly considered a sale since september motivated by dwindling chips supplies do sanctions although a final decision has not been made while i sold off. Its budget focused on our brand back in november

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The Story of How TSMC Came To Dominate the World

Odd Lots

04:57 min | 1 d ago

The Story of How TSMC Came To Dominate the World

"So obviously tracy. We've been talking a lot about chips lately. But for all the episodes we've done we haven't hit like what is sort of a. I guess i would say the elephant in the room or the gorilla in the room that keeps coming up over and over again. We've been going at a. I would say from a us perspective. Very focused on the trouble at intel. But we haven't really talked about the success story. That is taiwan. Semiconductor manufacturing company better known as t s emcee. Yeah exactly right so every episode that we do it sort of comes back to them. What a juggernaut. They've become and of course you know. The sort of basic story is that manufacturing chips is extremely hard It's extremely expensive. And it's very difficult to scale until Is one of the rare companies that designs and manufactures. Its own chips. But that for a lot of these companies that are sort of exploding ri- gaining market share there Having taiwan semi manufacture them and taiwan semi is getting extremely good or is extremely good at a manufacturing and maybe Pulling away from intel some extent in terms of its manufacturing capabilities. Right and i think they actually invented the foundry model which you know this idea of just manufacturing chips which keeps coming up over and over and over again in all of our conversations as one reason the entire semiconductor industry has changed and one reason why intel is struggling but the thing i find kind of amazing like in twenty twenty one. We all take it for granted. That tsmc is this massive player in the semiconductor industry in the world. Really but i find it really really noteworthy and you know somewhat surprising. In retrospect that what is a single company on an island has emerged to really dominate chips. That are now vital to all sorts of things so computers smartphones cars. Everything i think. Tsmc manufacturers little over half of the world's chips so it's not quite a monopoly but again like they are the juggernaut in the room as he put it absolutely. And it's such a. I mean it's such a pivotal company for a lot of reasons. I mean you mentioned cars. It was just a story this week recording this january twelfth by the way there was just a story this week about how car manufacturers around the world are actually running into supply constraints because they can't get chips because of the chip manufacturers decided to reduce their production of automotive chips during the crisis in the spring on the expectation that demand wasn't going to be there and now they haven't ramped up taiwan semi They're to actually reporting earnings. This week expected to be very strong. Earnings are soaring. stock is soaring. And then of course. Because it's in the strategic position end because taiwan itself is in this Uh strategic position obviously between the us and china and the roll over its status. It's just an incredibly central player and sort of necessary to understand the story right a big player in tech big player across multiple supply chains in a bunch of different industries. Uncertainly player geopolitics as well. So we really talk more time on semi and we have the perfect guest to do that. Someone who knows all about the company who's been covering them for a long time since long before they were the dominant player They are today. We're going to be speaking to copen. He is a tech columnist at bloomberg. Opinion has been with us a bloomberg for fifteen years and he's actually been covering The tech industry from taipei specifically for the last twenty one years Everything about Taiwan semiconductor where it came from this important player so tim thank you very much for joining us. Hey thanks time guys to talk to you tim. How would you describe the importance of taiwan semiconductor in the world right now well as you assess just saying they are so huge. Tracy pointed out the creates. Such a large share of the world saw chips. There's probably not a single device in the world that doesn't have. Tsmc somewhere but whether it's a car die. Fine of course famously. But even some really unimportant boring things like temperature sense. A hiya or some led lights array there. They do serve much of the waltz products. They're they're basically everywhere and so if that would've stopped production. Tomorrow i think the global technology industry would grind to a halt very very

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Resident Evil 8 Village: Maiden Demo - PS5 Performance Review

DLC

03:39 min | 1 d ago

Resident Evil 8 Village: Maiden Demo - PS5 Performance Review

"Let's talk a little bit about the before we get to the next segment. Let's talk a little bit about the resident evil events that happened on the twenty first resident evil village. We'll talk about the demo that was released called maiden on playstation in the the Playlist segment because some of us have played it but is it a pretty big event announced on a number of things including the fact. That resident evil village will be coming in may may seventh. Is the current release date game. That was neither tone hoping it gets delayed. Don't you worry. And surprisingly a game that had been announced as a very prominent next gen title. Or what is now current gen titled playstation five xbox series x title and pc is going to be released on the previous gen playstation four xbox one and there will be a upgrade paths. You if you buy the game on playstation four you'll be able to upgrade to the playstation five version for free Same thing with xbox one xbox series s or x which that's going to be smart delivered so you don't have to worry about it on the xbox platform pretty cool there What do you think about this. Rob the are you a fan of resident evil. You're excited for village. And what do you think about. These games are now sort of well into twenty twenty one still being released on the previous gen first of all. I'm a mega resin. Evil fan all the way back to. I mean i used to rent a playstation from blockbuster video just a player isn't even one. Before i get own one myself and it's a it's a huge influence on my life especially from game audio. The original evil games those have very effective and evocative sound in them. So i've been a huge fan of her. Since and i think capcom has had a renaissance of resident evil as of late starting with seven and then the remakes and now eight or village. I'm really excited. I think the moved. The first person was a big head. Scratcher meals like this doesn't make any sense. And i played it and i was like okay. Get it's actually pretty good faltered a little bit towards the end but like ultimately like it was extremely effective scary game. I did not play in vr. Because i just don't know if i could handle that but even still in two in two d it was it was just as a scary in this everything seen from it is right up that same alley of of seven In terms of like games coming out cross jen like i think that's just smart They've shown that that ari engine is very scalable like extremely scalable. The ones The remakes and seven looked fantastic on any constantly played them on and eight is just that same engine. Now scaled up even further for action. Councils and i think they already had that skill building built in because they were building it for p. c. all the way down to base. Ps four previously. So now they're just scaling that higher end further but they can still go back to the low end so i just smart And then doing the right thing offering free upgrades on on ford. Ps five and Smart deliver xbox. That's just smart. 'cause you're gonna catch people you know who who right now. Can't they may have the money to buy an xbox series x or or five and not be able to get it and don't wanna play it right away and you know you're gonna you're gonna take care of those people who have the systems and wanna play the game now and then maybe get the opportunity to buy one of the new council sooner I i think there's they've done everything right. Here has nothing to complain about

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The Cut Throat War To Dominate China's Grocery Delivery Industry

This Week in Tech

04:12 min | 1 d ago

The Cut Throat War To Dominate China's Grocery Delivery Industry

"Speaking of china. You had a great story on. I didn't i mean who knew this. This is why. I love rest of world because we're learning about stuff that the cutthroat war dominate china's grocery delivery industry is there a grocery delivery industry in china. I'm kind of. I don't know why i'm surprised to hear that. Yes so follow me for a second. This is a really crazy model. That like a hundred million people plus china right now. So it's really big and it's really really and it's attracting sort of like grandma's almost like aunties You know people are really price conscious so imagine you have a group chat and all of your neighbors or that group chat and you have sort of like you know maybe a local state home mom or someone you know. Maybe the corner store owner Someone who owns a seven eleven and they are the moderator of that group chat every single day they give you some grazie deals for fresh food and all you do is in that group chat. Say what you and the next day the stay at home. Mom we'll get it all delivered to her place and then she'll bring it to you or you go pick it up at the corner store. So they're called group buying groups so she gets everything and then parcells it out to her neighbors the like uber or d. Which is the over of china is invested in this every ten cent. Jd dot com alibaba. All the biggest tech companies are investing in this all over the place. It's a huge frenzy. Just sort of like get all these people because cheer point. These are people who didn't usually virus online. They were just go to the corner store and get stuff previously but what this is doing is leading all those big tech companies. Cut a ton of costs. They get marketing from the stay at home mom. They get logistics. they don't have to go to each person's home right the stay at home. Mom will take care of that for them. So the money to right she gets she gets about five ten percent commission so she's incentivized to get as many people as possible most of these people. Have you know anywhere from a couple hundred to nine hundred. She's all that are managing. It's huge or that and it can be can be a big source of business for them and it's a crazy trend in china and it's become really really wild actually two employees at one of the companies that his invested in this actually died Recently which sort of set off this huge reckoning about like you know are they pushing employees too hard at these companies you know is this frenzy worth it. The government is mad about it. But i love it because it's like stay at home. Mom selling vegetables by everyone in tech is just all over themselves over it. Well as you out It's a in. The article is highly customized. Because this one person who is managing this group note gets to know everybody their interests their tastes what they want what they don't like so it works. It works really well. I have to say come on. If you're like cute little neighbor texas everyday and it was like sale on. Carrots are totally doing. Yeah fifty cents. Bundled carrots come grabbed them tomorrow with your eggs and your milk or whatever. Of course i would do it. This model could work in the rest of the world. I think that. Like when i think about someone like my mom who's like knocking to navigate. Instacart knows how to use. I message the thing is that it's integrated into chat right and we don't really have each year in the same ways. I think we're sort of far off. But i do think you know this super-charged by the pandemic there are way more people anger. She's online than there used to be. And i think that instacart is ripe for disruption. I think like you know whole foods. Delivery is not doing anything particularly Innovative and i think even amazon and these logistics giants are still really struggling with how to make a profit off of this and these chinese companies sort of figured out a way to do it although to be fair. They're offering really really low prices because he's really price conscious consumers and suppliers or getting mad. Because they're like selling a bottle of cooking oil for like less than the actual cost to make it so there are a lot of sort of reminds me of when it was like two dollars. Take an uber anywhere. Because they were just pouring money on it and get a fifty percent off lift ride. If you just open the super happen the lift up notice that you were doing that. We all remember. That's it feels like that. Yeah so i do worry it. Sort of gimmicky.

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Netflix subscriber growth soars past 200 million members

This Week in Tech

01:02 min | 1 d ago

Netflix subscriber growth soars past 200 million members

"Big quarter for netflix. What surprise right i mean. That's all we're doing is watching it. Netflix big subscriber growth. I you know. I didn't realize how big net flicks was internationally. I should have known. But the the the growth was even greater worldwide subscriber growth in the us and canada and around the world. Two hundred million paid subscribers. It crossed hundred million two years ago. Now it's two hundred million and even more importantly. I didn't know this netflix. For the first time ever. That's enough money. They don't have to borrow to continue operations. Did you know they were borrowing and keep it going They're going to be free. Cash flow positive. That's the term they use They won't have to do any more borrowing they do have a lot of debt but they'll be able to pay a lot down borrowed fifteen billion dollars twenty eleven. But maybe isn't that amazing. I had no idea

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"tech" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

02:52 min | 2 weeks ago

"tech" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Hey this is. Brett molina. And i'm mike schneider and welcome to talking tech solicitors. I'm not sure if you know this. But it's twenty twenty one now. You've heard us discuss discuss tech resolutions and how to keep them now. It's time for us to look ahead. Well what do you think we can expect from technology and twenty twenty one. I mean technology was get the kept on giving last year. And what are we. Think's gonna happen this skier while we're going to talk about what we think will be some of the biggest stories About technology for consumers in the coming twelve months. So let's start with a topic that we're going to hear a lot about and we've already heard about because there's already been news in the new year And that's around streaming We recently just learned about discovery plus which is a new streaming service that includes a lot of content from the discovery channel and a lot of its networks stuff like the food network. hdtv tlc A lot of stuff there. There's also this upcoming paramount service. It's coming out later this year. It's safe to say there is no shortage of streaming services out there between netflix. And hulu you name it. It seems like everybody has their own streaming service..

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"tech" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

02:33 min | 2 months ago

"tech" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Happy. Thanksgiving is jefferson graham. You're listening to talking tech and today the thankful episode thankful for some really cool tech that i got to use in twenty twenty beginning with the iphone. Twelve pro. max. Yes awesome camera. Awesome screen biggest iphone ever and <hes>. Really loving those sunset shots sunset videos. I'm getting results. That i'm thankful for the loom cube video light for videoconferencing. We've been on zoom all year long and we're not looking so great without some lighting. This is a little fifty dollar light attached to your laptop in just the right place. You can adjust the lighting and look a lot better. The dj mini to drone sells around four hundred dollars. It's tiny about the size of a smartphone. it's quieter it flies like a charm. That's the thing. I think i like about it. The most it is so easy to fly and the video looks great. Here's an older product. That i started using this year the amazon fire tv cube. This one hundred. Nineteen dollars device from amazon. Lets you use your voice to control the tv. They say you can do it with <hes>. The fire stick on the remote control. True if you press the button we're the cube alexa turn off the tv. Turn on the tv play cnn. I love it you know. It sounds so simple but to not have to reach the remote. When you're ready to go to sleep and just say turn off the tv. That's pretty exciting. Photoshop are old friends at adobe. Updated the photoshop application this year and edit a new button to let you add clouds and sunsets to your drab white sky pictures and it looks pretty. Good going back to zoom. We can now meeting on. Facebook's portal portal is facebook's dedicated video chat device which works really nicely for a zoom session. Because they have. This amazing camera underrated camera. That can follow you around the room or go to other people as they're speaking and you don't have to have a camera operator. Their google has something similar in the nest. Hub max and said they were gonna offer zoom meetings this year but never did and amazon also said they would start offering zoom meetings on the echo show but never did so props to facebook for portal another older product. Apple's airpods pro. I don't think i've ever heard better sound from a headphone or earbuds. I live on them. I love them thankful for using them every day.

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"tech" Discussed on Latinos Who Tech

Latinos Who Tech

04:08 min | 5 months ago

"tech" Discussed on Latinos Who Tech

"When you get to four thousand horses, seniors, senior seminars. That I teach those twins, he's twenty students in them. Right at the students got from that is that is that is that attraction I can when I receive the student valuations from last semester, which was the semester, the trump. Transition to. Online. Those. Those evaluations from from the students really with. fled how much they got from the in person interaction. And so I think so for for example, in the school not. Versus Borough Higher Ed towards online courses, and that's not what I seeing Virginia Tech at all right and there had been a single graduate student that I had asked..

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"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Com. It's a free photo sharing site uploading it their tangled with T G quiet tech guy quiet and submit it to the Tech Guy Group. You'll know you're on the right places thirteen, thousand, I think plus members now and our. Race over mental. Thank you for your submission in a few weeks crystal pick three, and we'll talk about them. Chris Marquardt are photosensitive sense dot phototherapy you and have fun in Chicago. That sounds great. Thank. You so much Leo LaPorte the Tech Guy. Kill. Kill. That sounds great. So you're not traveling Chicago I thought Oh he's such a brave man he's going to Chicago. It's now. I wouldn't I wouldn't have done it now known person and who would come in person anyway you know I I think. People are not. Coming out to conclaves like that. Even if they're legal some at least not the people you want there. Yeah. So. Yeah. It's it's great. It's wonderful. It's it's fun I'm very I'm very honored to be there a great list..

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"tech" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

Wild Wild Tech

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"tech" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

"Would you be surprised if scientists are learning how to fight covid nineteen from wildeboer crop as soon as you see that both go out as soon as the person gets disease. They have to run away from the group really fast. What if I told you that I could spoil almost any movie based on who uses an iphone? The first guideline is that the user a good guy says that just very specifically, the cute animal crossing virtual world has turned into a capitalist nightmare. People are spending tons of real money on like I literally all the money I had put in the stock market and then went on twitter and like typed in turnips and then refreshed over and over again to. Found a a good island price that I could do it. Did you know that? Disney apparently has a preoccupation with butts I'm fine with. Pretty Pro Button General I'm really struggling to develop a strong opinion about butts for you and I don't have one. Well that's wild wild tech. The podcast brings you the wildest most bizarre, the most interesting stories about tech and how it's shaping our culture while tech is hosted by Jordan Erika Weber. That's me me Joshua Rivera on every week will uncover infamous stories in pop culture and Tech I'm will learn from the experts and talk to the people who lived through these winds stories like when the to computer programmers decided to create an ai that made billions of melodies just to disrupt the world of copyright law but when they made of Steph Curry. Good in NBA. Two K. it broke the game or the time when you know what you should just listen subscribe to Wildwood Tech for free on apple podcasts spotify or whatever you get your poke costs..

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"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Is there an l.? LG CLOUD APP on the phone. And let me see. Only have thirty seconds and come back and has timer tags and settings. Okay, let's go to set in general. Save to St Card or auto gain adjustment. That's look in the look on the phone. See if there's an L G account. APP as well. Because, that's what you kind of need. I think that that program is from L.. In which case the backups will be your your L.. G. Cloud account so. Your Jab is to see if it's there before you try anymore. Pin numbers. Leo Laporte Tech I. Way. Too Hot to trot. It's like eighty five degrees out. Eight. He Asks Leo. That's a phone number. Ron's on the line from Downey California Hey Ron. Hey talked to Leo stuck to you? What's up? So you know I like music is as much as the next guy and I probably over the course of time of uploaded all my CD's probably thirty five hundred songs. To Google play music. And I got an email from them. Says moving it to Youtube. Is So. Is it as simple as just transferring all my songs to that? Is that Youtube? Music is a paid service or is, it is so google is eliminating Google play music in the same boat. You are of uploaded. More than that probably sixty thousand I've uploaded a ton of stuff to go music and one of the beauty parts of Google. Play music was not only. Do you have access to all the streaming music like any other music service, spotify or Apple Music? You can upload your own music to it, and they stored for you in the cloud, which is awesome. So Google getting rid of Google play music. They're replacing it with youtube music..

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"tech" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"tech" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Of wicks of special offer for talking tech listeners. Hey talking tech bands as you know. I recently spent at ten days in Japan again. What was I doing? Well you know it was non-holiday and I was also looking around and crazy tech gadgets. Let me tell you all about it on today's episode of Talking Tech. Now now you know. The Japanese seemed to put a real premium on smelling really nice. How else to explain all the different gadgets on display it though shops that used tack attack to shake the odors out of your shoes and clothing a walk through an urban Japan? Tech shop is always a really interesting experience. I mean they are giant eight stories nine stories ten stories full of toys and cameras and TV's and oddities a a lot of oddities. So let's talk about the these. How do you top the rows and rows of humidifiers in multiple hues of Purple Orange Blue Tan and white all blowing smoke as you walk by? Now that's GonNa get your attention. Yes of course we have humidifiers here too but not in so many colors and not so prominently he displayed my favorite the closet from LG that it says shakes the odors out of your tire. Now that it costs over or a thousand dollars is another story and there's so many questions. How do you find room and closet for such a large tech accessory? One that has to be plugged into power to work challenge. Look at your closet right now and let me know. Do you have power in there. Now if you don't have the closet. Space Panasonic has another twist on the subject of two hundred and forty dollar clothes hanger. That will do the job for you refresh while sleeping Panasonic says touting touting a five hour turnaround time just think about it while you were sleeping your clothes or shaking their booty now finding electrical outlet for your shoes should not be an issue Panasonic onic offers the MS Ds one hundred a shoe deodorizer with the same five hour turnaround time I found a unit for one hundred and forty five dollars dollars on Ebay. If your inspired want to check it out I found a DVR from Sony You don't see that for sale here it has four terabytes of storage. That seemed like a lot to me. Particularly when I looked up in found out that comcast offers five hundred gigabytes of storage so there is eight times the storage on this. DVR enough room to amass so much programming. You could start your own cable channel or even a streaming channel. Think about that now as shopping and Japan is quite a chore. These stores are are so large and you go up. The escalator and up the escalator up the escalator. Until you're pooped so what better way to and a shopping trip than with the Panasonic heir ear massager. You wrap pink socks around your feet and it will massage you as you relax from feet to cavs and we'll also warm your toes at the same time in yesterday also plug into the wall. It sells for around two hundred and.

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"tech" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

Latest In Tech News

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"tech" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

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"tech" Discussed on Everyday Tech

Everyday Tech

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"tech" Discussed on Everyday Tech

"M PB online that or to this is tech the tech show where everyday people only beat. PB listeners attention to quality. They look the quality and their work in the daily lives. If your business cares about quality customers look to MVP. Go to 'em PB, online dot org slash underwriting. For more information. You're listening to everyday tech on MP beans radio. This is tech the tech show for everyday people. I'm your host Michelle mcadoo along with our expert Jimmy Thomson via Skype now if you're just joining us today, we've been talking about traveling and giving you a few tips for travelling on the road with you and your family now, if you like to be a part of the show, the phone lines are still open. So give us a call at one eight seven seven Impe be ring. That's one eight seven seven six seven two seven four six four. Now as I promise we're going to go to Rozina in Jackson. Good morning. Hi, how are you doing great? Thanks for calling in give a comment or question this morning, and I'm not gonna say though, the word, right? She sector office in tation, whatever I live in rule really rule area racks naturally, and I don't have a lot of cell reception. So I haven't turned on the two factor key on my friend. Do I have any options 'cause I thought. Something. So they do send you a text resign up. But once you receive the text, and you've authenticiated the device that you're connecting from you don't have to get that message again on that device. You just have to verify one time. Unless of course, it was reset or something like that. You only have to verify that device that one time. So you don't continuously have to get the code. No, I will say I have a g mail account, and I have two factor authentication setup on it. And if I log out on a machine sometimes it does prompt me for that code. Every once in a while, I worry about. But I would say it's worth the extra step in security to protect your account. I know it is a little bit more of a hurdle for you. But it is a recommended hurdle. It's the fact that I might not get the checks or get at twenty minutes later, and you know, I miss that window opportunity. I understand that can be a bother. Now, it is possible in in. Maybe not all cases. I'm not sure if they have alternate ways. Usually they have an alternate way that they can send the code to you. They can either Email it to you or they can call you with the code. Yeah. I mentioned it a check. I was talking to. I said at apple in. She didn't mention anything like that. My check another person. Then. Thanks. Appreciate it. Just absolutely is more than just travel. Oh, thank you for coming in. Thanks for listening. Supporting MP be. We're gonna move next to go for Mississippi and speak with Darrin. Good morning. Darren. Hey, how you doing great? Thanks for calling in this morning. You have a comment or question. Yeah. I wanted to talk about GPS. I'm the coke collector, and what people for three years straight drive their cars down to an old traffic pattern where they created a new highway to get to the toll plaza and people would drive down to the old way. 'cause they're within them that way, it took three years for the PS two updates the new traffic pattern. Okay. So it is possible to submit a revision or correction to Google specifically unknow this like when whenever the route is wrong, you can actually tell them this route was incorrect, and they can go in and re analyze that and fix that. And chances are that's what happened.

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"tech" Discussed on Everyday Tech

Everyday Tech

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"tech" Discussed on Everyday Tech

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"tech" Discussed on Everyday Tech

Everyday Tech

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tech" Discussed on Everyday Tech

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"tech" Discussed on Everyday Tech

Everyday Tech

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"tech" Discussed on Everyday Tech

"For your personal tech questions. Our buddy Allen from Brandon has called in this morning. Good here from Yellen. Go ahead, please. Oh, hey, Kevin Wilson. Jeremy hope y'all doing wheel do good. Yeah. I'm just gonna keep it simple. And then give my definition of cloud. I mean, I it's like anything else. When the marketing whole homes are time, you know back in the day with our computers. Everything was located for the most part. You know, we well unless you're using dial up or something like that. But you know, you had a floppy drive to get information into it. And then we got hard drive cetera cetera. Now, we're all connected to computers that are other than our local savage meant that you know, there's various ways to connect. And and the way I think of the cloud. It's just all those computers that that you're accessing that aren't at your. At your home site. So. I I'm I'm a little tab leery of you're gonna be paying somebody for the connecting service. And you're gonna be whether you're using dropbox or one of those kind of stores, you know, accounts to to store stuff, you gotta pay for that too. I I'm still a big fan of having a like a USB hard drive backup to and things like that. I'm I I'm not a big fan of stuff like carbonite for for and stuff up over the air. But but as more and more people are are streaming their content and getting video and music and stuff to these connected services. I guess that he keep hearing this cloud drum getting beating louder and louder because that's what more and more folks are doing but just be aware. Yeah. You can still do a lot of stuff from your home base. That's how I think in the cloud. I hope I've got it straight. And I mind, otherwise, I'm just confused people. I guess, but that's a comment. I wanted to make all right? Yeah. I mean, I think you're pretty much dead on that. It is the the cloud is basically getting services from somewhere other than for lack of a better way, putting it in your living room reaching out somewhere else to get it. So that can be private and local so say, for example, if you were at your house, and you have some of the newer devices that are able to store devices that all the computers in your house. You can get to you have some little small stores like that. So you can be retrieving it from other computer in your home. If you're in business, you could be retrieving it from within that business. So, you know, for us we actually have a server room up there in the building. And we retrieve all the information is stored centrally, and we serve it out to the other people or across the internet, or what we call the wide area network once your heating to the internet, you're reaching somewhere. You may not know where you're reaching. I mean, we're we're seeing this, you know, not only in storing devices, but also in your video streaming services say your net flicks. Or anyone else? Or even for that matter. You can go to the website, and you can be listening to this show right now via the cloud via our, you know, assorted apps or being served up through the websites. That's actually a cloud services. Well, so I think you're spot on Allen things that are beyond you locally. If it's not right there in your hand. It's essentially being cloud served, Jeremy. Yeah. I I definitely agree. If it's if it's being streamed to your phone, it is in some way, going through a cloud server of some kind as far as the way that we think of it, you know, he was saying that he he didn't really like it so much, and you know, there's a lot of reasons of that might come down to as far as the downsides of it..

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"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Five, three six year listening to the tech guy. A welcome back to the tech guy, rich Mira with you on this Saturday. We're talking tech Leo LaPorte on vacation filling in for him. By the way, thanks to Leo for letting me do this. I appreciate it on the tech reporter at KTLA channel five in Los Angeles. So most of the time I'm talking tech on the TV in the morning on morning shows across America including Los Angeles. It's fun to come up here to these studios and talk tech on Leo show. So the phone lines are open. You have a question eight ask Leo, but like to bring a guest on right now, Johnny jet travels. The world basically has a dream job for a majority of people who are not scared to fly because if you were scared to fly, you wouldn't want your job. I used to be afraid to fly what? Yes, I got over my fear, but you could not get me out of plane for three years between the ages of eighteen and twenty one, but I was always fascinated with it. I still am today blows me away that people can be transported in just a short amount of time to a completely different part of the world. And I just think people these days aren't really appreciative of what they do. I mean, were they. Can do. I mean, I've gone to Hawaii for dinner before. Gosh, that's amazing. I agree. You wake up to me whenever I fly the fact that number one, I'm putting my trust in an expert and you know these people do it every day. It's kind of like when people say to me like, oh, you make so easy to be on TV. We'll number one. Nobody ever says that to me. But one day I hope they do, but you know what I mean? It's like, but to to pilot that's flying these things to them. It is easy and I'm not discounting their job. Believe me. It's very complex. But if you ask them, you're like, oh my gosh, I can't. We can't imagine doing it. Well, I can't, but to them, it's what they do. And that's why we have so many different people in this world that do what they do. They're the experts in their field, and that's what I love about this world is I'm not gonna learn how to fly plane. I don't want to need to, but I'm gonna let those guys and they devote their entire lives. I read that book the soli guy. I read his book and it's just amazing heath loved. I mean, everything about flying was so technical to him and just beautiful, and that's why he was able to do it. He did. It might make thing was I was afraid of not only. Crash, but I got over that because I've read all the statistics. I asked people studied it. I'd go to the airport for ten. I was flying. And then my other thing was it being in control? What if I had an asthma attack back, then I had asthma or what if you know headings -iety tank. I couldn't just pull over the side of the road. I in car, shut that door if it's for real. And so I got over by listen to my favorite music. I would not. I wouldn't read the sports page until I got on the plane. But once we took off, I was finding, I realized how smooth and safe it is..

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"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Welcome back to our three of the tech guy with lille the port my name is rich to mirrow sitting in for leo today leo's on vacation but we're holding up the fort answering your questions taking your calls talking about all the great stuff that happened in technology this week and if you're wondering who i am well on the tech reporter for a tv station in los angeles called ktla five so i cover the stuff for a living review products websites apps have got a podcast have my website rich on tech dot tv on instagram lot so you know all the normal places where the the folks hang out online today on social media so you can find me there but enough about me let's talk about you and your phone do you have an iphone android sometimes it's tough to choose and it's interesting 'cause i used to get a lot of emails about this people wanting to switch from one to the other i feel like a lot of people have decided at this point but it's fascinating because sometimes when you're in one of these ecosystems for so long kind of forget what the differences between the two yesterday as of or two days ago as flying up here i got a text from friend and he said i notice using i message again did you switch your iphone again and it's funny that someone would notice that first off in this day and age but he noticed my message was blue to him and he said that's funny because i was thinking of taking my sim out of my iphone putting it in a pixel pixel two.

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"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Bandwidth for the tech guy is provided by cachefly c a c h e f l y dot com hi this is leo laporte and this is my tech guy podcast the show ridgely aired saturday april twenty eighth twenty eighteen on the premiere networks rich murrow from ktla's filling in for me zip code one thousand four hundred eighty three enjoy the tech podcast is brought to you by texture access the world was popular magazines anytime anywhere using your smartphone or tablet coda texture dot com slash twit to start your free trial today welcome you are listening to lille the port the tech guy but you're thinking yourself wait a second that doesn't sound like leo leo is on vacation so in his place today is me rich to mirrow welcome to the show we are gonna talk about technology we're gonna have a great time taking your calls and i've got lots of great things to talk about like amazon all the things they did this week apple your phone that thing in your pocket that you still can't figure out all the good questions you have get ready to have them answered i'm rich to mirrow rich on tech dot tv is how some you might know me in the l a area and beyond on the tech reporter for ktla five tv in los angeles i'm also syndicated on a bunch of tv stations nationwide so you might see me pop up in cleveland or new orleans or new york or chicago but beyond all that i like to talk about technology just as much as leo and it is an honor to be sitting here at the.

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"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Liam kassian love from people you trust this is tweets bandwidth for the tech guy is provided by cash fly c a c h e f l y dot com hi this is lael port and this is by tech i podcasts this show originally aired of the premier networks on sunday january twenty eight 2018 says episode one thousand four hundred fifty eight enjoy the tech i podcast is brought to you by texture access the world's most popular magazines anytime anywhere using your smartphone or tablet go to texture dot com slash twit to start your free trial today and by carbonite from customers data to disaster recovery and backup automatically protect everything in the cloud with carbonite to learn more visit carbonite dot com and by turbo tax live new from turbo tech's now you can get a personal review of your tax return with a cpa or enrolled aged right in your screened talk live with a tax expert as often as you need for tax advice to help you file with confidence could a turbo tax live dot com slash tech but but hey hey hey hey hey hey how are you today leila lepore here the tech guy yes it's that time once again a geek with his own radio show worst nightmares come true we talk about computers and the internet um home theater digital photography photography smartphones smart watches augmented reality voice assistance you know amazon zakho and syrian gugel and all that at this very hour each week you can join the conversation by calling me 88 88 ask leo that's the phone number toll free from the anywhere in the us or cava it's an eight eight eight eight two seven.

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"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"tech" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Come on what can what can i do for you a leo i run a tech company out here and uh i've normally been putting in linked sis rounders two clients homes to connect up to the home office and i've been primarily putting in things slowly um no lynxes w r c thirty two hundred right rather yup uh the w i believe thirty two axe uh and they were open source now here i got notification from linc says that there's bad firmware ended w r p thirty two hundred oh going back and forth with length sis uh i got these deployed you're you're a good tech guy because i think a lot of people would just go okay with we'll just forget about that but you're going to go back to your customers i love that that you asked too and there were all getting the exact same issue go to you're able to actually see the trend i'm only till certified so x you follow the the eye till way of thinking very good and i went back and everybody started having the problem so we get in touch with links this and links it says we can't replace them so they're going to drop a stayhome a model which i thought was not the best thing to do for client yeah no kidneys are going to do it for free at least right yeah but the drop you down a whole motto they don't make than the old model anymore awhile apparently you know if you went to staples best buy the all set out of stock out of style host there must have stocks.

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