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"telecom technology" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"W L Geology, all right. Of Balan Gero. We had the President Regiment calling for a $15 minimum wage and a little bit of a backpedal going on. Yeah, well, the president still would like to make that $15 minimum part of his $1.9 trillion pandemic relief package, but dose of reality from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office may have put that plan in jeopardy. The CBO says 900,000 people would be lifted out of poverty by the higher minimum wage. But there's always a but 1.4 million people would be added to the unemployment rolls by 2025. The report also says the plan would increase budget deficits by $54 billion over 10 years. How about that all right nations of companies working on the new telecom technology. Like what? Well, it's how about six GS so much for keeping current with technology. Many of us have yet to experience five G wireless technology, But a geopolitical race is already beginning for the next best. Next big thing. Companies and governments want to be the first to develop in patent 60. It probably won't be reality for a least a decade, but scientists say it could deliver the kind of technology It's been the stuff of science fiction. All right now, Apple says they will work around for an iPhone problem caused by the pandemic. I didn't know there was one. What's my phone doing? Well, what about it? Well, it's not doing if you're wearing a face mask. The problem is the face. I d doesn't work when the user is wearing a mask, But now Apple is introduced to work around. It's an expensive one, though. Dow Jones reports and iPhone operating System Update expected to go into wide release in the spring. Will let users unlocked their iPhones without typing a password if they're wearing an unlocked apple watch on their wrist. Great like the thumbprint was too much work, you know? Yeah, It's not really works, by the way. Yeah, that does. All right. Futures look like All right. There's still love, pointing, pointing. Lower S and P futures down seven points. NASDAQ futures are down 16 Dow Futures are down 80 this hour from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Hullinger, a news radio 700.

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"telecom technology" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

The Security Ledger Podcast

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

"A very aggressive adopter of new technologies and very kind of forward-looking if he were to say digital transformation in context of the UAE. What are some of the initiatives that are going on there now and how those impact the work that you do it at do let me do I answered and said she? We have Big Five G. Drive going on right now. We are rolling out the fight network. Five G. comes a whole array of new new features new technologies us one example networks license. It's it's it's an amazing concept to be able to move resources around sub customs anymore optimum way save on computing resources as much as possible and really increase customer experience so that obviously has to be complemented with an IT stack that is able to utilize these features effective and that frankly is is aerial zone for us out there. Major transformation programs that are currently on on wake. Because you know if you go into these decifit telecom technology has been very much that all those fake prepaid M- serving model for too long and now we're we're coming to Asia on network and the five G. services that have been deployed are able to provide new features and new services. You also need your. Id Stack to be ready to complement those. We able to prioritize those quickly to be able to generate revenues off those very quickly. So I think this is one of the I would say challenges but it's positive challenge because I can tell you about in inside of do their massive trust mission programs on which is rebuilding on the five G. Tech That's you're listening to a spotlight edition of the Security Ledger. Podcast this spotlight. Podcast IS SPONSORED BY RSA Security. People talk about five. G. Here North America tube and it mostly seems like it's just commercials on TV Are we talking about like a millimeter wave five? Gee that's out there on every light post and serving people locally or in particular cities and locations. Or how does it? What does it look like? And what are some of the sort of next gen services that are being How how far down the road are? And what are some of the services that are being targeted around that okay so it was obviously a? We are rolling out five gene different sectors as you mentioned anywhere. Many wave is one of the areas that we're doing it if you go to an end user for example right now we have if you have a five g handset which is obviously slow to come to the market as well you can easily latch onto our vijay network. You can easily enjoy speeds. That are up there in the in the one fifty you know You know one point five. Gb space And really really super sort of experience of technology. What's happening is that I don't think there's enough Utilization on the other side of our products that are using the kind of speech that are available. But we are certainly deploying it and and and you'll see the uptake of five G. devices over the last six months as we know we rolled out when live with our g network. Good good many months ago We actually had only a because we used to get revolts regularly on this a handful of customers. Now it's grown you know there are thousands of users of five already. They're buying these new Hanson's that are coming on the market so so we're really going there the other areas that are There there's a lot of work going on but I think it will take some time to actually see market use cases coming into the market. Are The the the medical space? There's a lot of world you any vision to grow Medica- Medical Hospital services for the entire region and the larger Southeast Asian region To be the hub of that so that I think it's coming in the future so we have a lot of use cases Mike Line but it's it's fully there as the services in some ways having caught up with the with the technology and the capabilities. But you're saying the the bandwidth is there and we just need people to start figuring out ways to leverage absolutely absolutely this is this is what we have. We have a naval the networks. I mean we have expert twenty twenty coming and and if you happen to visit expediting twenty near future you'll find a completely unified five experience a lot of work happy on that side What you'll also seeing as the the new ideas like you know Previously IBM Solutions Five. G. Has version of IBS but it also has a radio access based beam forming so we are utilizing that across so a lot of different things that we try to do with features. Okay well this is a cyber security. Podcast we're going to ask you the next logical question which is as you as a risk officer risk manager. Look at five G. and and try and imagine what five is gonNA mean in terms of Cyber Threats and risks to your organization again. What's top of mind for you? What what are the things that you're concerned about? Even if we haven't exactly seen them yet the speed full risk in in the five with all the different use cases we keep talking about is immense. I mean it's just unprecedent because we had a way of operating based on inherent risks I think that mindset is GonNa Change for example. You know you have medical surgery right. Somebody's sitting in the. Us operating on a patient. Inoue the in dire risks. Now are just something else. GonNa uses an example that I keep using in my particular exist discussions with various people previously cybersecurity people they'd talked about confidentiality integrity of eligibility. Cia has been are are sort of bedrock principle for most of the last ten fifteen years if you think about all Are Scared but now. Cia is Anan Hand With Gun refers to as the C. I. A. B. Sa and stands for nothing would thrive Assi Safety and reliability. Because you're I'll just talking about data and so of ability or data's being exfiltrated or anything of those risks you're talking about people's lives talking about cars that are coming and talking over networks over the low range and the and the wide area networks. All those things are coming together number. Two I think we really have to contextualize our risks and threats. Not Enough attention has been paid to condemn Our risk management and effective trek modeling and that area is is going to grow hugely. I think the other concern that I have obviously is is basic t cross industry response. That is a big area of concern. And how we're approaching risk management in that kind of third party risk supply chain risk those types of things absolutely so stood. Potty risks are a key risk for us at the moment. We are doing a lot of work on that side. It's basically cross ecosystem risks as well where you have utility companies. What human telecom operators with more downstream smart government type of companies and? They're all sharing information transmitting information. I mean you mentioned Internet of things. And you know that's something that obviously it's scary ledger. We write about a fair amount. What are some of the big Internet of things use cases at UC. Both just out in consumer society and also as well you know in this sort of telecommunication space and what are your thoughts on. Iot Risk and what the best approach to managing it as there has been a lot of government dryers In terms of Iot in the UA does a lot of smart government initiatives The by government has been pushing very heavily in this area. And we're seeing a lot of initiatives with our national infrastructure organizations. You know I'll give you one example fire services we are integrated and rolled out. Atypical Iot use case which connects each and every billing. Douar ar are central fire? Service is so. There's a there's a lot of use cases being built there which actually has a direct impact on on the end users inductive risks. I think obviously the first risks that we look at when we are looking at Iot use cases Amir working with these guys deserve secure them is obviously the edge edge risks the networks the edge components like sensors actuators devices Then you move to the aggregate gateways you move to the how how secure access networks The various platform components service networks and down to win. How you transfer it to. The Enterprise is slight irony there. Because obviously we're working on this amazing progress but at the same time if I can use an example That that is one of my biggest frustrations and it's got nothing to do with Iot but it's actually showcases how we have to really rethink of risk management in the eye.

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"telecom technology" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

15:57 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You see is the problems that need to be addressed with any fix that would enhance this lost trust this lost cohesion that we've been talking about, well, they place to start would be to making sure that both rich and. In the poll pay tax and do so in a way that simple, transparent and relatively fair and the current American tax code, which, essentially, let's, but in as kazillion, as of the hook much the time and penalizes more people, the fact that the IRS has been gutted and tends to go off a small poorer taxpayers rather than the wealthy ones these days, the fact that many people have no idea. Well, that types money's going all that has really badly rated faith that tax is actually a mechanism to not to fun government deficiently, but also create that level of, you know, social buying that's needed. Jason furman. This is something that must have been deviled you and you were on the president's economic team. Yeah. Oh, I certainly think there's a lot of agrees loopholes. You know, we teach our students that if an activity has positive spillover society, it should be subsidized right now. We subsidize hedge funds and private equity by taxing the people in those businesses at a lower rate. I don't think anyone thinks that those have large positive spillover for society, such that you should tax private equity manager at a lower rate than you attacks a schoolteacher. So I think like Jillian said, a lot of things in our tax code are out of whack the problem is, even if you fix all of those things, you're not going to raise a sufficient amount of revenue. To make the types of investments in education. Infrastructure opportunity, and making work pay that I think are critical, and what countries around the world have done is figure out how to have a little bit of a broader-based everyone contributes and everyone gets something for their contribution. We have that here in social security, you pay into social security, and you get money out of social security in most other countries, you have something like that. But you also have something like a value added tax that everyone pays into everyone gets something out of the problem is chicken and egg one. If you just stand up and talk about a new tax sound like you want everyone to pay more, can you link that to and show, some direct benefit the people will get out of it? I think is the key to having, you know, a system that does something. Thing that many of the other countries, we've talked about do successfully, which is do a better job of ensuring that everyone can contribute to the gains and share in those gains of society, when you're dealing with a country like the United States, where the right role and the right size and the right power of government has been a two hundred and twenty five year debate. And if you ask a lot of people, they think they're taxed enough already. How do you have the adult conversation? We'll we're going to borrow a trillion dollars this year to pay for things that won't be paid for by taxes. How do you have the adult conversation that gets more buying into an idea that you've suggested that a lot of these things need more investment, and need more money, then they're being given at the moment? Sounds like a tough ask, I think it is a tough ask. And sometimes I despair of our ability to have it. And we would not have social security and Medicare today. If people didn't think it was worth paying in a bit more to get those everyone paid in everyone. Got something out of them at several junctures after social security was originally created in the nineteen thirties, we as a country said, you know what this isn't generous enough. It's too hard to get these benefits. We don't have sufficient benefits for disability in the like, and we actually expanded social security, benefits, and agreed to pay more for it. The last time we've had any conversation like that in this country was in the nineteen seventies since then we've had multiple rounds of tax reduction, I think many of those have helped alleviate some of the economic blows that families have faced, but it's gotten to the point where it is, you know, running the government on the type of resources, we have which is much less than almost any of the other advanced economies, much less than what we ourselves have had for most of the last fifty years. It just gets harder and harder. The budget deficit can make up for some of that difference. But ultimately, I do think people will have to choose between many of the things that are popular like college, and whether those things are good enough that they're, they're worth paying for Jillian the Greek state was circling the dream, even as it was. Widely acknowledged that there was almost endemic tax avoidance in Mexico. The common people who are largely paying their taxes work with on the assumption that the richest people in the society, aren't this would seem to be a big part of, of just how much faith you ready to put in the state. Well, the question of whether everyone is fairly Peyton taxes is absolutely crucial and I strongly agree with you. On that point that, you know, the needs to be a sense, but rich and poor paying an ineffective way, and I think there are three tunnel things that can be done to try and look at this issue. One is to put money into the IRS or whatever tax collection authority exists to give them the tools to try and impose a tax code that's fat. And that's very important, because the IRS in America has been stripped out with his few years propublica, brilliant, reporting on that in a way, that's quite shocking. And Secondly, they can use a lot of modern big data techniques to try and collect taxes in the valley highway and show that there isn't widespread tax evasion that in a way that benefits the rich, that's incredibly important and Thirdly, governments can do with taxes. What many parents do with vegetables, when they're feeding that kids, which is to slip them into. Everyday life in ways that people didn't with notice. So just as a parent might try and get a kid to eat spinach by putting it into a soul. Three pizza their ways to raise more revenue by say looking at a fuel tax so value-added tax, so things like that, which are less valuable and contentious than simply jacking up income tax rights. Now, the problem with this is they will tend to be regressive in that they hit rich and poor line, connecting often be deemed to be very unfair, pull people are less will place to pay fuel tanks or a value added sales tax. But I suspect that as the tax needs go up. And if there isn't a change in the attitude of the public towards paying more tax, those kinds of discrete sideways taxes will become increasingly widely discussed and play some role in, in healing the breaches in the social contract closing. Thing. Some of those those gaps between peoples of faith and fidelity their confidence in government and governments ability to deliver on its promises, I wouldn't get quite thought saying that people are going to suddenly come together and sing combined say, yes, we love the IRS thought, you know anything which would demonstrate that rich people paying taxes to right now, been extremely good thing. I mean, frankly, I think there's a strong need for the White House. Washington congress put money to the IRS until very recently, I ki- talk it right now is to go off to the wealthy note, the pool, whether Donald Trump and his White House colleagues would like that tilt of the policy world. I wouldn't debt speculate but it might be. That's what needs to happen. Yeah. I mean I strongly agree with more tax and force moment and you put a dollar into the IRS, and you're gonna get more than. Ten dollars back in additional revenue. All of that without changing any law at all just making people pay what it is. They already. Oh, they do run into the challenge that for a lot of the highest income households. The problem is not that there illegally underpaying taxes. It's the, the law gives them a lot of opportunities to shield income, especially capital income from taxes and what they're doing to avoid taxes is one hundred percent legal. And so if you're not changing the law, you're ending up, you know, more going after politically, popular groups like small business, then you are some of the most successful. But, you know, I certainly think we need to do we need to do both changing the laws and making sure we're enforcing the laws we have now especially against the highest income households. I agree with Jason very strongly. What it said that. That she is also about changing the law and one of the things that's really remarkable is if he talked to some of the wealthy Zidan as he stays. They would agree that it's outrageous and crazy. That say the tax rate on clean teacher is higher than the tax rate often than a private equity plan said eventually precious full change from some, the wealthy people's well, not least because they can they fear that this level of sage inequity would eventually lead to pitch folks the gate further down the road. Is that a real danger in a lot of places? I mean, can you can you think of places where the system is wobbly enough? That, that, that's something you actually have to seriously think about I'm not quite as worried about it being a real danger, but I think a lot of people think it is. And I'd hate to discourage them from that thought, I think it goes in the right direction in terms of public policy, I was at the cycle milk incompetence in Los Angeles recently, where you have about four to five thousand. Nd wealthy investors and business leaders gathered together, and it was remarkable the degree of unease about the potential for future social backlash is right now and why the taking things maybe I'm wrong maybe to fifty but it's definitely a current which running through the alita moment. And Jason says, you know if I was advising government right now that wanted to push for reform. I would use that sense of unease and my mind one is powerful statements came out of that conference was one of the wealthiest headphone manages saying that FDR essentially saved his cloth in the earliest the twentieth century by enacting measures at trying to equalize -ociety bitch in America. I e heat avoided the pitch books by having the temerity, and fall sightedness to do something about it. And I think that message is definitely being pounded by many of them athletes today. Jason is there a virtue in? Setting some near-term achievable, and obvious goals that almost act as confidence builders in a in a society where there's not a lot of confidence in the ability of government to get things done. One of the most popular campaign lines is that the is that government is ineffective and can't accomplish things. Yeah, absolutely. I think Americans should get a raise right away. That's the case where you have seen a lot of action at the state level at the local level. But that's missing out on, you know, an awful lot of Americans and so federal action is clearly warranted. A I think a tax cut for. Low moderate income workers, people who have the, you know, are working hard, even with a minimum wage increase may be aren't taking home enough. Pay is another thing that we could do right away. What both of those policies? Leave out, though, is, you know what you can do to speak to people, you know, in the middle. And I think the truth is, it's a bit harder to just pull lever and dramatically changed life for somebody who makes seventy or eighty thousand dollars a year. You know overnight, I think a lot of those do take more time and. Maybe need to just explain that is that where the, the breach with fraying of the social contract is most apparent to you. Jillian of among those people who might be in families just below the meeting income in the in the thirty forty fifty thousand dollar range. I think it probably is because they regard themselves as being middle cloth and felt that they bought this middle-class American dream, and they all feeling increasingly that the tree may be sipping away government from time to time has often waded into marketplaces waded into the operation of certain key industries and basically said either would going to regulate you now. So do this do this do this or we're going to intervene on the side of people who are feeling pressed and and just change the rules of the game. Yet, at the same time we have become I think it's fair to say a suspicious of government intervention in marketplaces in putting extra market devices into the operation of, of certain economic operations in the society where you just say, well, we started out to do X, and we ended up living out the law of diminishing returns, the law of unexpected consequences it didn't work. I think this is a good example of where the dichotomy between the market and the state, maybe the wrong way to think about a problem, we've had increasing numbers of parts of our economy dominated by a very small number of firms, the solution in those areas of our economy, whether it's airlines, telecom technology hospitals. Is more competition more markets, but we can only get that if the government helps us to bring that about whether that's blocking mergers engaging and more vigorous antitrust having the type of regulations that aren't about penalising existing companies, but helping enable new companies to enter those markets. So there's a lot of areas in our Konami where we can give people more choices more innovation lower prices but to get there, we need the government to do.

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Huawei first-quarter revenue grows 39 percent to $27 billion amid heightened U.S. pressure

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Huawei first-quarter revenue grows 39 percent to $27 billion amid heightened U.S. pressure

"Cesco shares of Kimberly Clark rallying today. A gain of five point seven percent. The company behind products like Kleenex and Huggies reported better-than-expected first-quarter earnings and a sales decline that wasn't a steep is feared he was oil prices are sharply higher in the wake of a White House announcement that countries that continue importing oil from Iran will soon be subject to US. Sanctions. Some good financial news for Chinese tech giant alway the company's quarterly revenue rose thirty nine percent. The spite continuing US pressure on allies to Sean wa ways telecom technology as a security

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Huawei first-quarter revenue grows 39 percent to $27 billion amid heightened U.S. pressure

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Huawei first-quarter revenue grows 39 percent to $27 billion amid heightened U.S. pressure

"Chinese tech giant wall way says it's revenue rose thirty nine percent over a year earlier in the latest quarter, despite US pressure on allies to shun its telecom technology as a security risk while way. The biggest global maker of network equipment for phone and internet companies today reported revenue of twenty six point eight billion dollars for the first three months of the year. The company denies US accusations at facilitates

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"telecom technology" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:57 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"First News continues its the twenty ninth day of March af and markets this morning world shares were broadly higher today as British lawmakers prepared to vote on a plan for leaving the e u in early trading. Britain's footsie was up France was up as well here at home Wall Street's poised for early gains with the Dow s and p futures each up let's bring in our regular guest this morning, one of the top selling retirement books on Amazon, she's the author of it. She's not the actual book wealth unbroken growing wealth uninterrupted by market crashes. Taxes at even death, tax attorney and wealth adviser, Rebecca Walzer Walzer. Wealthed dot com is the website, Rebecca good morning. Warning that thanks for joining us as always we appreciate it. Let's get into it. Chinese tech giant wa way says it's two thousand eighteen sales surged about one hundred billion, but it's network equipment. Those sales were flat. Now, of course, this comes amid US warnings to other governments that it's telecom technology is is a security risk is that pressure campaign working. There's no doubt that it's working because we know that there are countries that were in the middle of negotiations with y'all way wall way, and basically stopped because of the United States, and they're pushed to tell them. Hey, understand that having control your five gathering or networking capabilities. Means you know, it's just a matter of transfer of data. And so we had countries that have said, oh, whoa. Hold on five and enter there. We know that has happened. So they're saying they've got overall growth engine Beverly Hills. But that it there's no doubt. But it's definitely affected them from the perspective of their networking capabilities. How does this mean? So now other countries are on board with what the US is definitely saying about why away. But how does this work into trade talks, which are moving along and deals been basically worked into the market's already? Is China able to separate this from that? It's gotta be hard in my opinion. I mean, let's be aerospace you it's really interesting because while way is currently doing the federal government. Yeah. The federal government has that. They we have an equal protection. We have an equal protection clause in the fourteenth amendment. But that is really more towards United States based citizens and true. The supreme court has ruled that preparations can be considered citizens like sessions United. So so, but but but we don't have any equal protection for foreign anything very clear. So this is really interesting moved by by wa and and the thing is is that China and their corporations are so much more entangled than US, the US government and our corporations we really are separated from our corporation. But the way with the way it is in China. They have a quasi communist capitalist system. That's the only reason I believe it hasn't failed. Because if it was just purely communism, it would've failed like the Soviet Union for example, Soviet eat. Cut total communist control does not allow for economic entrepreneurship, and that's why it failed China saw the light and said this isn't gonna work and so they allowed a opened up the Chinese Mark back in the eighties. Again, they said, let's have private investments have private entrepreneurship. They just have it only. Choice certain points, and then the government controls the rest, so that's sort of where it's a very unique economic model acres makes us anywhere else in the world never have four does very clear unique. But all that being said, not to say that the government is extremely supportive, and and has a lot of help that they offer. Another. Medications company called GTE. So there's just a lot of integration between the government and we walk away. And so what you've got is. You know, interesting on on the trade talks that I if this is a problem. This is the problem is so anti this biggest their biggest networking group. Because what happens is you sell. You get get y'all get hitter stupid name because it's weird weird pronunciation. Yes, it is. And and what that means is trying to get your technology and everybody knows this. And that's why America's so against. That's why America has banned the use of their cell phones on all military. Installations, you cannot even go onto a military installation with one of their phones. Like the second largest phone maker now behind Samsung. And so there's just so much going on. So yeah, it has an impact has in fact in and it's definitely is behind the scenes something. That's that is having an impact. Yeah. No. Yeah. Who is Stephen Moore? Rebecca, why does President Trump want him on the fed Reserve Board? Given more. He he was really works for sort of a Wall Street Journal for a long long period of time. And was really, you know, Bill Wall Street Journal, it's called staying in. And it was just became you wanted to become a political instead of being a journalist. So they let you know, politely, parted ways. And then you, you know, he went to the Heritage Foundation. But he just went who really helped Trump design his two thousand seventeen tax reform. And so this is kind of where he comes from. And you've got all the. There. You have all the people that are thinking this is not this is the this is not he's not good enough. He he's not prestigious enough. I've heard the criticism. Yeah. He doesn't have the intellectual capacity or what have you? But he helped the President Trump design his two thousand seventeen tax reform. And so he's a really interesting pick from that perspective. But definitely from an economic background perspective. I think that I don't know if he's in is going to go forward after you know, really what came out yesterday he had at one point have a tax lien federal sparkling filed against right? So that's that's kind of an issue. So we'll see what happens with that. But I think that President Trump wants somebody who sees the non economic philosophy. You know, and doesn't need to always think of the the government spending way of I mean, he he's proposed went bathroom goaltender that was a long time ago. It was a serious proposal. If you will saving private citizens that they would never say if he were acting in the government. Yes. But only one person's really been able to get away with it. The president president of the United States. Yeah. That's absolutely, right. People do say things, and boy, that's a whole different conversation. Yeah. I don't I look I I wish I had the job of the person who was able to spend weeks digging through tweets, I don't know how those people get paid. I don't know who they are where they live whatever. But it seems like an easy income to just try to dig up dirt on people for the just for the heck of it. But like I said, Rebecca that's a whole nother conversation. We appreciate your time as always. Thanks. Okay. We'll talk to you again next week that is a wealth advisor attacked attorney, Rebecca Walzer. She joins us each Friday here on America's First News that you can find out more at Walzer wealth dot com. Yeah. I don't I don't get it. I don't understand it at all. But. You know, I I guess I don't have to more breaking news on the way on this Friday morning. It's the twenty nine th day of March. I still to come on America's First News quickies corner, dining Galen Kripke who will advance to the elite eight and the final four now though a word from our sponsors at indeed, we believe a resume is a great way to see an overview of a candidate. But you're not hiring resume you hiring a.

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"telecom technology" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on AP News

"AP correspondent Charles de LA desma says they could be used to spy on their users US warnings about the risks of Chinese telecom. Technology comes government's choosing providers for the role of five G wireless internet, which will enable foster download speeds along with greater connectivity. Among devices Washington argues on the Chinese security laws companies such as well, y and z t e could be compelled to hand over data or access the Chinese intelligence while Beijing says such concerns based on provision of China's national intelligence law that differs little from similar legislation in other countries. I'm Charleston with asthma Donald Glover, and his alter ego childish Gambino have been nominated for five NWC p image awards Glover's nominated for. His acting and directing at Atlanta and childish Gambino got three nominations on the music side. Black Panther was nominated for fourteen awards with star Chadwick bozeman and director Ryan Kugler nominated for entertainer of the year along with beyond say, LeBron James and Regina king. The fiftieth end deblaze EP image awards honoring entertainers and writers of color will be held March thirtieth in Hollywood manned. Aired live on TV one unemployment worldwide fell slightly last year. But as a piece Charles de LA desma reports labor analysts say, there's still a ways to go. The International Labor Organization says unemployment's down, but once about a lack of opportunities folding job security and declining quality of work in the global marketplace. The Geneva-based group says most of the three point three billion people employed have inadequate world conditions job security and material well-being despite having employment seven hundred million people live in extreme poverty. The world unemployment rate drop by five percent last year the projects. Another dip to four point nine percent this year and next I'm Charleston, LA desma. Western snowstorm wreaks havoc. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. I five in far northern California was closed in places driver's Ed to put chains on their tires as another round of snow hits the north west a California flight to Seattle made an emergency landing in Reno. Several injuries on board because of turbulence still waiting to hear President Trump will sign the compromise legislation that offers a little of the funding that he wanted for border security want to see a shutdown shutdown would be a terrible thing. He says he will still build a wall on the eve of the anniversary of the high school shooting in parkland, Florida a moment of silence requested by congressman Ted Deutch who were killed seventeen who were injured the healing of the parkland community and the forty thousand lives lost to gun violence in every corner of this nation. Fema administrator Brock long is resigning says he wants to spend more time with his family. I'm Jacky Quin. AP digital news back in a moment with Amazon music of voices. All you need. Alexa,.

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"telecom technology" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on AP News

"Access to over fifty million songs. Download the Amazon music app today. The US, Australia, Japan and other countries have imposed curbs on the use of hallway technology, including smartphones. AP correspondent Charles de LA desma says they could be used to spy on their users US warnings about the risks of Chinese telecom. Technology comes government's choosing providers for the rollout of five G wireless internet, which will enable foster download speeds along with greater connectivity. Among devices Washington argues on the Chinese security laws companies such as well, y and z t could be compelled to hand over data or access the Chinese intelligence while Beijing says such concerns are based on provision of China's national intelligence law that differs little them similar legislation in other countries, I'm Charleston with asthma the California college professor who's accused Virginia's Lieutenant governor of sexual assault says attacks against women have become an epidemic. AP? Correspondent Jackie Quinn reports on her recent public appearance Vanessa. Tyson's participation in his Stanford University forum on sexual assault attracted a lot of attention while she didn't address her own allegation against Virginia's Lieutenant governor. She did use the pronoun, we when talking about sexual assault survivors, unwanted sexual contact in whatever way, shape or form is absolutely unacceptable. Tyson also spoke about perspective men are more likely to perceive friendliness as sexual interest. She was the first of two women making allegations against Virginia Lieutenant governor just in Fairfax who says his encounters with the women were consensual. I'm Jacky Quin. The world heavyweight champion will make his American boxing debut this summer. Anthony, Joshua will defend his WBA IBF WBO and IBO titles against Ralph Miller, New York's Madison Square Garden on June, first Joshua's won all twenty two of his professional fights with twenty one coming by knockout and olive taking place in Britain says he plan. To embrace the culture and leave with an appetite for more after fighting a New York Josh been increasingly aware he needs to fight in the US to raise his global profile. Western snowstorm wreaks havoc. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. I five in far northern California was closed in places drivers chains on their tires as another round of snow hits the northwest a California flight to Seattle made an emergency landing in Reno. Several injuries on board because of turbulence still waiting to hear President Trump will sign the compromise legislation that offers a little of the funding that he wanted for border security. Don't want to see a shutdown shutdown would be a terrible thing. He says he will still build a wall on the eve of the anniversary of the high school shooting in parkland, Florida a moment of silence requested by congressman Ted Deutch who were killed. Seventeen who were injured the healing of the parkland community in the forty thousand lives lost a gun violence in every corner of this nation FEMA administrator Brock long is resigning says he wants to spend more time with his family. I'm Jacky Quin. More news right after this with Amazon music of voices. All you need. Alexa,.

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02:31 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on AP News

"Playing or listening to the AP digital news network? Unemployment worldwide fell slightly last year. But as a piece Charles de LA desma reports labor analysts say, there's still a ways to go. The International Labor Organization says unempl- seventeen people was likely caused by an electrical short-circuit no foul play is suspected in the early morning fire Tuesday that also injured for people's meanwhile, the Press Trust of India news agency, says police have arrested the hotel's general manager and another manager on homicide charges. The hotel developer had a permit from the fire department to build up to false stories, but the building appeared to have six floors, including an unauthorized kitchen on top of the roof built them sheets of fiberglass. I'm Charles de LA desma. Nasa has declared the Mars Rover opportunity dead after fifteen years on the red planet. The Rover has been silent for eight months now ever since an intense dust storm on Mars thick dust blocks sunlight from the spacecraft solar panels that kept it alive. Nasa says it's set one thousand recovery commands since then and then one final command with no response, the US, Australia, Japan and other countries have imposed curbs on the use of hallway technology, including smartphones. AP correspondent Charles de LA desma says they could be used to spy on their users US warnings about the risks of Chinese telecom. Technology comes governments choosing providers for the rollout to five G wireless internet, which will enable foster download speeds along with greater connectivity. Among devices Washington argues on the Chinese security laws companies such as well, y and z t e could be compelled to hand over data or access the Chinese intelligence while Beijing says such concerns of baseline provisions of. Of China's national intelligence little that differs little from similar legislation in other countries. I'm Charleston with waiting for an answer on government funding. I'm Jacky Quin with an EP news minute top Democrats are calling on President Trump to say whether or not he'll sign the Bill to keep the government open. He said it doesn't have the money that he needs for a border wall. But the wall is very very. On it's way, it's happening meaning he'll get funding. Elsewhere. The president's former campaign chairman was found to have lied to a grand jury in the Russia probe. A judge says that does violate the terms of a plea agreement. A photo of two white Baton Rouge police officers wearing dark makeup has prompted an apology from the police chief that photo taken in one thousand nine hundred ninety.

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Between The Lines

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on Between The Lines

"Tried spats. Use documents of y y tensions in the South China Sea. No wonder some Siwei witnessing a Cold War between Beijing and Washington now for what it's worth. I think these concerns are probably IVA started because among other things Chana and the US far more economically integrated today than the US and the Soviets were during the epic standoff. Still one thing is Clea the US China relationship as one of my next guest says will be quote, characterized by both cooperation and open strategic competition, and this competition will increasingly have a hot age now so says Greg Sheridan. He's the foreign editor of the Australian us pipe and joining Greg and may to discuss these tensions and to try to explain what the growing US Chana robbery means us here in Australia is Linda Jakobsen, she's a founding director and chief executive. Of China matters. Linda, Gregg, welcome back to between the lines greatly with you while I is the five G telecom technology, Greg. What's the significance of this week's twin use documents? Well, I think this is a very significant development Injia strategic terms identing. It's a Cold War as you say there economically into Thuan, and there will be a lot of cooperation as well as competition, but you had titans today or yesterday from the head of the FBI, the attorney general the homeland security secretary the acting Defense Secretary sang in public what western intelligence agencies say universally in private and the Americans British of in public full, which is that Johnny's companies and entities routinely. Engage in Saada recipe is they still intellectual property, and they heck into wasting cybersystems and defense systems. Now, I'm not prejudging this zig allegations against y at the same time, you've got technology changing. So that we're about to get a five G network around the world, which is gonna be revolutionary. It's the internet of things will allow outta fischel intelligence to run much of vital infrastructure with very little human die today involvement. And it is the the view of western intelligence agencies that it's it's too dangerous to let that infrastructure will be provided by China's so we're gonna have the big reassessment in western countries. I think we're gonna have to recognize there is strategic industries, which we have to be involved in the Chinese will always under price you in strategic industries because they recognize Patijn importance the bid low, and this is now we're going to have to resort. The way we organize their own economies to take account of these strategic industries, and we're going to have to restrict China's involvement in Linda Gregg is far from alone. He while is. Critic say the documents show a company that thought he did not have to comply with global rules. And this is often been the China y your response for the first I'd like to say, I agree with Greg. It is definitely a significant moment while we has continuously said show us, the poof now, the United States will these have laid down evidence precisely what while way has demanded for quite some time is also different for one reason other than the one that Greg mentioned, and that's that they will be to technological avenues in the world and one will be led by the United States and the other by China, and they'll develop they'll grow in tandem, but in parallel universes, Greg how would you respond to the cantor argument that the charges against y in Washington, they political or at least tied to the US China. Try talk Zinni truth to that will first of all I deeply agree. With Linda's analysis. They that's what I was saying much more clumsily myself with the world is guided develop into to hide take systems. I think it'll be two internet's they gonna be very different protocols. The rid Lucien ry impulse in that world is not trumpet Xi Jinping with his Social Credit system with his weaponization of digital technology buys in social and political ended the national context, conquering the south John militarizing it with his efforts to into intervening in the politics and democratic countries..

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Risky Business

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on Risky Business

"Did you skim read it? I did definitely think people should read it one. It is quite scary. This man was actually roommates with the victim. She posted a Craigslist advertisement saying that she had a vacant room. This guy moves in you'll get physical access to laptop. He is a RPI graduate in computer science. We has tech background. And then now that he had physical access to her laptop for short period of time in his access to all passwords. He turns that into cyber stalking. Not just when he's living with. Her but afterwards, very very creepy guy. But a story that I don't think is that rare back at Facebook. I heard of number of situations like this. Yeah. I remember, you know, well, I guess we can we can say this. I remember you telling me about one of them some years ago, you know, in a more of a off the record sense, but you have to deal with some real real nasty stuff. I mean, they're really horrible people in the world. And when those horrible people also have some tech savvy their ability to affect people's lives or pretty incredible. And in this case, you've got the FBI involved in. That's that's great. But these are often cases that way outstrip the technical capabilities of of the local police. What happened in this case? I mean, this woman was tortured for years before the FBI, right? And I got to give credit and DOJ for taking make an individual cyber stalking case. You don't see indictments like this too often from the feds really a lesson of why we got to push a lot of these skills down into local police because we talk a lot about Russians and Chinese and big organized gains. But the amount of harm that has caused a people online in a very personal aspect like this is incredible. Like the overall harm to people collectively is really bad. And that is something that has to be taken care of by big distributed local law enforcement agencies that right now are not really to do it. The other thing that's interesting here is they part of the evidence against him are logs from a VPN provider in such. So as a number. We're pointing out these are logs that probably a lot of people expected when wouldn't exist. Although in this case, this one guy was tweeting about how VPN's keep logs, and you have to be careful. Yeah. Tim, if you're gonna be cyber stalker don't talk about the ways, you're gonna try to cover your tracks on Twitter. Yeah. Moving on. And who always found a renting Fe actually he was asked at recent feeing, whether or not he would respond how he would respond to a government demand. For confidential information about foreign bio of its telecom technology, he said, we would definitely say no to such request. And he said I've never received a government request for quote, improper information. This struck me as odd because my understanding is that Chinese law as a pretty unambiguous about compelling people to. To cooperate with them. Bobby Chesney, the co founder of low-fare who is at university of Texas Austin, he had this deci about Chinese law isn't secret, it's not subtle on this point companies in China have an affirmative legal obligation to quote, support assistant cooperate with state intelligence work. They also have a legal obligation to protect the secrecy of that peration. Now, if you're a matching that there are intrepid Chinese lawyers who would nonetheless fight against that kind of secrecy. You need to realize that Chinese lawyers are formerly at risk of punishment should their actions be interpreted as adverse to Chinese national security interest now against this backdrop, let's look at what exactly Mr Rehn said the translation, I saw has him standing among other things that the company has quote never received any requests from any government to provide. Improper information close, quote, the word improper is doing a lot of work there. Of course. It leaves open the possibility indeed the the certainty that while way, of course, receives and complies with proper request which under Chinese law is pretty unlimited category. Now in fairness, he does also separately apparently expressly denied the Chinese law. Requires any company to quote, install mandatory back doors, close quote in the products. Now, he might mean any number of things by using that specific formulation install mandatory backdoors. Let's take it at face value. The idea that Chinese law requires no backdoors does not require backdoors is common refrain from Chinese officials..

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AP News

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on AP News

"They're less additional chops. At this applies to CEO's say the first jointly developed vehicles could hit the market as early as twenty twenty two. And that the link-up would offer efficiencies that would mean stronger prophets starting in twenty twenty three. Bar on Russia. I'm Tim Maguire within AP newsmen at attorney general nominee, William Bartels. The Senate Judiciary committee that the Russians at the least tried to meddle, but the two thousand sixteen election. I believe the Russians interfered or attempted to interfere with the election. And I think we have to get to the bottom of it. He asked he would not carry out any order to fire special counsel, Robert Muller without cause committee chairman, South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham says he believes bar will do well in the Senate confirmation vote, the British parliament votes. No on Prime Minister Theresa May's latest plan to exit from the European Union clear that the house does not support this deal. But tonight's vote tells us nothing about what it does support opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn the results of tonight's vote is the greatest defeat for government since the nineteen twenties in this house. This is a catastrophic defeat that this government. I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye west are expecting their fourth child. The reality star who's thirty eight confirmed the surrogate pregnancy during an appearance and Bravo's watch. What happens live with Andy Cohen Kardashian says she got drunk on Christmas Eve and had told some people the baby would be joining their family. She says they're having a boy until arrive sometime soon. Many food safety inspections carried out by the food and Drug administration have been halted because of the government shutdown, but as AP's Jackie Quinn reports inspections of some of the riskiest food products will resume as early as Tuesday. There had been a brief interruption in the inspections of food items like produce cheese and infant formula considered riskier than packaged foods and FDA. Commissioner Scott Gottlieb says they're bringing back about one hundred fifty employees to check those foods employees who will be unpaid. The agency says it's inspections of imported foods and the monitoring for contamination have not been interrupted. Neither were the meat poultry and eg inspections which are done by the agriculture department. Jackie Quinn, Washington. While we founder says the tech giant would reject requests from the Chinese government to disclose confidential information about its customers during a meeting Tuesday with foreign reporters at wall headquarters wrench in face to ease. Western concerns, the company's a security risk those fears have hampered while ways access to global markets for next generation telecom technology when asked how he would respond if Chinese authorities ask for confidential information about foreign customers or their networks. He said we would definitely say no to such a request. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. Look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground.

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AP News

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on AP News

"That's looks as being sued over a wildly popular episode of black mirror series. Choose co publishes. The choose your own adventure novels and claims that flags violated its trademark with the band or snatch episode. It uses a format similar to those of the books allow reviewers to choose among actions taken by the characters without knowing the outcome. The Roland herald reports the federal suits looking for twenty five billion dollars in damages. It says the show refers to the gimmick by having the protagonist referred to a book he's adapting into a video game. As a quote, choose your own adventure novel. While we found her says, the tech giant would reject requests from the Chinese government to disclose confidential information about its customers during a meeting Tuesday with foreign reporters at with headquarters Ren phase out to ease. Western concerns, the company's a security risk those fears have hampered while ways access to global markets for next generation telecom technology when asked how he would respond if Chinese authorities ask for confidential information about foreign customers or their networks. He said we would definitely say no to such a request. A u n backtra poured says the world's thirst for fresh water is causing a salty problem. The study by researchers from Canada, the Netherlands and South Korea, find desalination plants around the world producing enough Brian wastes to swamp an area the size of Florida with a foot of salty water every year research is warranted. Much of the Brian is being dumped untreated into the sea and some is causing harm to see life because of toxic chemicals, the researchers called for better Brian management, especially in countries like sandy Arabia which rely heavily on diesel nation. They noted that studies have shown Brian can be used in equity cultures to boost yields of salt, tolerant species of fish and the metals and salts contained in it could be mind. Bar on Russia. I'm Tim Maguire within AP newsmen at attorney general nominee. William Bartels, a Senate Judiciary committee that the Russians at the least tried to meddle, but the two thousand sixteen election. I believe the Russians interfered or attempted to interfere with the election. And I think we have to get to the bottom of it. He has he would not carry out any order to fire special counsel Robert Muller without cause committee chairman, South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham says he believes bar will do well in the Senate confirmation vote, the British parliament votes. No on Prime Minister Theresa May's latest plan to exit from the European Union is clear that the house does not support this deal. But tonight's vote tells us nothing about what it does support opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn the results of tonight's vote is the greatest defeat for a government since the nineteen twenties in this house. This is a catastrophic defeat for this government. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news back in a moment. Thank.

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AP News

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on AP News

"The Russia probes expected to take center stage, Tuesday, AP correspondent Mike have been reports. Unprepared. Remarks obtained by the associated pushing it from the chill of February two warmer may close. To bikini weather issue editor MJ day tells the AP the shift makes more sense for greater impact. She says that it's always hard to think about bogus swimsuit. When it's eighteen degrees out day says may is the time when many readers start to think about beaches and pools, the switch also would locks other warmer locations in the world for the models of tag refers. There was no special reason the month of February was initially chosen fifty five years ago for the swimsuit edition back. Then it was picked to live it up a slow sports winter month while he's founder says the tech giant would reject requests from the Chinese government to disclose confidential information about its customers during a meeting Tuesday with foreign reporters at wall weighs headquarters. Wrench in face ought to ease western concerns, the company's security risk those fears have hampered while ways access to global markets for next generation telecom technology when asked how we would respond if Chinese authorities ask for confidential information about foreign customer. Or their networks. He said we would definitely say no to such a request. A pack of wild dogs found near the Texas Gulf Coast carries the genes of a type of wolf that was declared extinct in the wild nearly forty years ago. The fighting has led wildlife biologists to develop a new understanding that the red wolf DNA is remarkably resilient the genetic analysis. Found a pack of dogs on Galveston island in Texas appears to be a hybrid of the red wolf and Coyote, but researchers say that without additional testing it's difficult to label the animal the discovery coincides with similar DNA findings and wild dogs in southwestern Louisiana. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground.

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AP News

02:07 min | 3 years ago

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"Actor Hugh Grant is pleading for the thief who broke into his car to return, the movie scripts that was inside grant who shot to fame in Four Weddings and a funeral in nineteen Ninety-four tweeted about the break in and ask for anyone with information to persuade the thief to at least return his script. There were many weeks worth of notes and ideas in the script. He wrote. It's not clear what script he was working on. But he asked for the script to be sent to a film company in west London. Many food safety inspections carried out by the food and Drug administration have been the halted because of the government shutdown, but as AP's Jackie Quinn reports inspections of some of the riskiest food products will resume as early as Tuesday. There had been a brief interruption in the inspections of food items like produce cheese and infant formula considered riskier than packaged foods. And now FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb says they're bringing back about one hundred fifty employees to check those foods employees who will be unpaid. The agency says it's inspections of imported foods and the monitoring for contamination have not been interrupted. Neither were the meat poultry and eg inspections which are done by the agriculture department. Jackie Quinn, Washington. While he's founder says the tech giant would reject requests from the Chinese government to disclose confidential information about its customers during a meeting Tuesday with foreign reporters at weighs headquarters wrench in face to ease. Western concerns, the companies the security risk fears have hampered while ways access to global markets for next generation telecom technology when asked how he would respond if Chinese authorities ask for confidential information about foreign customers or their networks. He said we would definitely say no to such a request. Hi, I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground.

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AP News

01:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Generation telecom technology when asked how we would respond if Chinese authorities ask for confidential information about foreign customers or their networks. He said we would definitely say no to such a request. Visitors looking to score great views of the Northern Lights in Iceland being warned to drive safely. The remote northern region of the country on the edge of the Arctic circle is one of the best places in the will to spot the colorful phenomenon but police say many foreign visitors lack the experience and expertise to handle Iceland's wintry road conditions. There are increasingly worried about visitors scanning the sky for the Northern Lights and not looking at the road, which may be icy twisty narrow and sometimes all three conditions at once police say they've encountered sleep deprived drivers cruising into the night as well as vehicles driving without lights to prevent light pollution Northern Lights sightings, depend on a mixture of luck and effort but travelling away from city lights his most often necessary, and that's as lead some drivers to take. Hazardous mountain roads Kylie jenner's birth announcements. No longer the most liked post and Instagram a photo of a simple. Brown AIG has more than twenty seven million likes. Surpassing the eighteen million generated last year when Jeter posted a photo of her daughter stormy the photo was posted January fourth on the world record ak- count. Her aim to set a record and get the most liked post on Instagram. Jenner responded to the these phoning her posting a video on Instagram of her cracking a Brown egg overpayment she wrote take that little egg. Bar on.

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AP News

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on AP News

"While always found her says, the tech giant would reject requests from the Chinese government to disclose confidential information about its customers during a meeting Tuesday with foreign reporters at always headquarters wrench in face to ease. Western concerns, the company's security risk those fears have hampered while ways access to global markets for next generation telecom technology when asked how he would respond if Chinese authorities ask for confidential information about foreign customers or their networks. He said we would definitely say no to such a request. Beachwear aficionados will have to wait a few extra months for this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. The magazine is moving its publication date pushing it from the chill of February two warmer may closer to bikini weather is you editor MJ tells the AP the shift makes more sense for greater impact. She says that it's always hard to think about bogus swimsuit. When it's eighteen degrees out day says may is the time when many readers start to think about beaches and pools, the switch also would other warble locations in the world for the models and Petach refers. There was no special reason the month of memory was initially chosen fifty five years ago for the swimsuit edition back. Then it was picked to live it up a slow sports winter month. Remarks in Iowa Republican congressman made about white supremacy. Our city well with lawmakers, and as a piece Matt small reports, it's especially the case among his own party House Republicans will block congressman Steve king from serving on any committees. And the new congress as punishment for what he said about white supremacy. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy will announce the move denounced kings remarks as he puts it beneath the dignity of the party of Lincoln in the United States of America. In a recent interview with the New York Times, the Iowa Republican question how the terms white nationalism and white supremacy became offensive since then he's denied he's a racist. And said his remarks were simply mischaracterized Matt small Washington. Bar on Russia. I'm Tim Maguire within AP newsmen at attorney general nominee, William Bartels. The Senate Judiciary committee that the Russians at the least tried to meddle, but the two thousand sixteen election. I believe the Russians interfered or attempted to interfere with the election. And I think we have to get to the bottom of it. He has he would not carry out any order to fire special counsel Robert Muller without cause committee chairman, South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham says he believes bar will do well in the Senate confirmation vote, the British parliament votes. No on Prime Minister Theresa May's latest plan to exit from the European Union is clear that the house does not support this deal. But tonight's vote tells us nothing about what it does support opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn the results of tonight's vote is the greatest defeat for a government since the nineteen twenties in this house. This is a catastrophic defeat.

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AP News

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on AP News

"Talks have taken a turn between secretary of state, Mike Pompeo in Saudi representatives AP's met small reports. He's delivered a serious message about the killing of a journalist secretary of seat. Mike Pompeo says he needs something clear in meetings with the Saudi King crown prince whose commonly referred to as NBS every single person who has responsibility for the murder democracy. Dougie needs to be held accountable Pompeii who says he raised the case of the murdered Washington Post journalist with both men plus other human rights concerns and the fate of women's rights activists detained in their kingdom. The relationship between Riyadh and Washington remains tense following Khashoggi's. Brutal death and dismemberment at the Saudi consulate Istanbul back in October a killing in which members of NBS zone. Entourage have been implicated. Matt small Washington. Beachwear aficionados will have to wait a few extra months for this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. The magazine is moving its publication date pushing it from the of February two warmer may closer to bikini weather is you editor MJ day tells the AP shift makes more sense for greater impact. She says that it's always hard to think about bogus swimsuit. When it's eighteen degrees out day says may is the time when many readers start to think about beaches and pools, the switch also unlocks other abort locations in the world for the models and Petach refers. There was no special reason the month of February was initially chosen fifty five years ago for the swimsuit edition back then it was picked to live it up a slow sports winter month while as founder says the tech giant would reject requests from the Chinese government to disclose confidential information about its customers during a meeting Tuesday with foreign reporters at always headquarters wrench in phase out to ease. Western concerns the company's a security risk. And it's fears have hampered while ways access to global markets for next generation telecom technology when asked how he would respond if Chinese authorities ask for confidential information about foreign customers or their networks. He said we would definitely say no to such a request. Bar on Russia. I'm Tim Maguire within newsman at attorney general nominee, William Bartels, a Senate Judiciary committee that the Russians at the least tried to meddle, but the two thousand sixteen election. I believe the Russians interfered or attempted to interfere with the election. And I think we have to get to the bottom of it. He adds he would not carry out any order to fire special counsel Robert Muller without cause committee chairman, South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham says he believes bar will do well in the Senate confirmation vote, the British parliament votes. No on Prime Minister Theresa May's latest plan to exit from the European Union is clear that the house does not support this deal. But tonight's vote tells us nothing about what it does support opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn the results of tonight's vote is the greatest defeat for government since the nineteen twenties in this house. This is a catastrophic defeat that this government. I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this..

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"telecom technology" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"telecom technology" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"The latest official data shows Germany's economy grew by one and a half percent last year. It's slowest growth rate since twenty thirteen you think is the fact that the German economy hit a week patch in twenty eighteen economic activity declined in the third quarter of the year founded continued into the following period. It would have been a recession as the term is often defined the new figures don't directly address that question. But economists should examine them say they suggest that Germany was probably not in a recession that was clearly a slowdown whoever which Paul reflected weakest sales abroad, including to China, which is an important export market for German industry. BBC's Andrew Walker Volkswagen and Ford say they're forming a global alliance to develop commercial, vans and medium sized pickups. While exploring broader cooperation on battery powered and autonomous vehicles burst jointly developed vehicles could hit the market as early as twenty twenty two news and analysis townhall dot com. The wobbly technologies founder says tech giant will reject. Chinese government requests who disclosed confidential customer information meeting with foreign reporters at Weiwei's headquarters wrenching vase sought to allay western concerns. The company is a security risk those fears of hampered walkways access to global markets for next generation telecom technology asked how while way would respond to Chinese authorities ask for confidential information about foreign customers or their networks. Ren said quote. We would definitely say no to such a request the United States, Australia, Japan and some other governments have imposed curves. On USA wall way. Technology over concerns. The company is cured risk. Jeremy house reporting a judge has overturned an Alabama law that prevents the removal of confederate monuments from public property. The judge finds the law, violates the free speech rights of local communities. More on these stories at townhall dot com. You're listening to integrity radio W. I N T A m thirteen thirty and w two sixty eight C O FM one zero one point five Willoughby Cleveland..

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