32 Burst results for "Toshiba"

"toshiba" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:22 min | 2 weeks ago

"toshiba" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bigger store Kohl's putting on some really really strong numbers here so the consumer is flushed with cash but look at a CVS and that kind of goes back to the old retail story of There's just too many stores in American And you've got to kind of pare down the footprint for a lot of these chains and here we see it again from CBS I'm gonna go gee Johnson Johnson toshiba something else I can't remember My brain's fried here after working with fair over three hours But I'm sorry we're going to see a lot more of this of restructuring deals of raptor on CVS full of much more on that in the coming hours It's just breaking Right now also breaking as I'm looking for an entry point on bit dog Michael mcclone joins us with Bloomberg intelligence truly expert and not only Bitcoin but also the crypto thing as well Why is finally the rose off Bitcoin Reason for 60,000 down to 59,000 Disappointed that she believes down 20% over the last 7 days And to me I'm saying that because that's to me clearly what's happened We're seeing a little bit of purging of the speculative access and things that are really kind of speculation machines like the dog coins And Bitcoin is there Part of that but can you remember is there enduring bull markets that recently made new heights or just point back To me this is part of that wall wearing coming back to support levels And just a question do we hold 60 or do we hold 50 I think it's more likely 60 but we'll give it a couple of days We don't do buy hold selling this And Micah seriously I don't want to put you in a speculative position here But the short answer is a lot of people go on at 30,000 He's an idiot It'll never go to 60,000 Right Do you envision Mike McDonnell like 70 80 a 100,000 Is that in the framework of the extrapolation you have for this event Oh absolutely That's not so much event To me it's a revolution that's in the works and it's we're in a stage right now People are just getting off of zero It's clearly becoming global collateral Bitcoin is theorem together And Tom you know that key thing as a strategist is a trader When someone calls you out and says you're an idiot you usually write And that's what they told me at 30,000 And they just told me the other day when I pointed up on crude oil's peaking that it's got to go higher and it's just what you want to hear as a strategy is because That's what I'm seeing in Bitcoin and I fully fully expect it's on a trajectory towards a 100,000 The key thing is if it's just simply catches up to performance if Ethereum this year it's going there And that's the key thing Those are the three musketeers That's Bitcoin assemblyman crypto dollars That's part of the legitimization space The most widely traded crypto assets are not so much are not Bitcoin a theorem They're dollars And that to me is where it's going the Congress is going to U.S. is going to regulate that But this is part of investment portfolios and it's the greater risk now is getting off zero People have to get up there And I think that's what's happening Tom you're just mentioning cone resident how they opened an office in Miami Bloomberg intelligence awesome just open an office in Miami if you can believe that And guess who the number one founding analyst is in Miami I would have no idea Mike mcclone Somehow he worked out a scam to relocate from Chile Connecticut down to Miami Beach Miami like Michael McDonald's rip up the script here We talked to a Mitch Rochelle about it yesterday but the new vibrancy of Miami the stereotype is the founding point for so much of Latin and South America but it's more than that isn't it Well it's clearly that encrypt those Tom They get the currency melting risks For instance even my colleague in the office the other day from Brazil said we need to protect our wealth We need to protect it And Bitcoin is a go to liquid easy We can all start from And I think that's one thing a lot of Americans are not understanding particularly people like Jamie and diamond who says he does not care It's the best part of ESG in cryptos that it's really helping the masses of the world and get digital property rights and Bitcoin is the most significant one Got to leave it there Michael McGowan Thank you so much Bitcoin this morning With our news in Washington here's an 8th in Hager Tom Paul good morning Vice president Kamala Harris says inflation is one of the highest priorities for The White House In an exclusive interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC's Good Morning America the vice president says the Biden administration's already working on it.

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"toshiba" Discussed on Computer Talk Radio

Computer Talk Radio

04:24 min | 2 months ago

"toshiba" Discussed on Computer Talk Radio

"I still utilize is a chromebook after a certain point and this this kind of perked up my ears because yes There is a whole situation and we got into a conversation. I only made it a little bit of notes. And it's basically there is a certain lifetime to all of the chromebooks and this is not a. It's it's not planned obsolescence in the form that the computer is just going up and die. It's gonna keel over dead in a span of a certain amount of time but what it is going to do. Is they planned for it to be alive throughout its life span. That's going to get software. Updates security updates for approximately seven years from when it first goes on sale. Technically at six and a half years. I think and they want it to last a certain amount of time but they also understand that the world is going to progress further with technology. It's going to get. It's going to get better as far as the chips go. As far as the memory goes as far as a number of different things. The chromebook is the successor to what used to be the net book. It is a small functional device. It's a little bit bigger than what the net books were the I had a net book for a number of years it was. I think it was a ten inch. Screen maybe eleven inch from toshiba and the chromebooks. Now come in. Yes they do come in some ten or eleven inch and they move up to the thirteen and fifteen and i think somebody out. There might have a seventeen inch. Chromebook the hardware that's in them is limited. It's not exactly what you would plan for windows. But the argument from the chromebook side is that windows has become large on wieldy. It is absolutely downright huge. In comparison to some of the other operating systems of the past. So if we can do this in a smaller space for cheaper. Maybe that's the direction we should go in. So they have to plan some level of obsolescence to make sure that they are accomplishing this lower end operating system to match up with things for as long as they can so yeah they kind of developed in sort of this rough guideline of when you're working with the new versions of the operating system. Make sure that they will work on hardware going back five years six or seven years so it turns out to be an interesting balance. It's kind of like how they do with iphone in iowa s just in the open source world in in work with from. There is the greatest option. But it's what we've got. This is benjamin rockwell. You're listening to computer talk radio. We'll catch next week. Let me tell you about the radio factory in exciting new venue for talk radio. It's the internet. The wave of the present. My name is benjamin rockwell. And i'm the host of a syndicated radio program computer talk radio so i know the internet is here and now many of the hosts at the radio factory dot com have their own podcasts or radio shows across the country but many people like the comfort of to their own special radio show at a specific time and day. Much like watch live television. The internet as you're probably aware is a powerful tool that allows the radio factory to deliver unique programming with far more variety than the windbags who are simply about contriving. Viewpoints to get you riled up. Additionally you'll find that many of the programs are shorter giving more information in less time stick with a radio factory dot com and see how it evolves to keep you entertained interested informed above all intelligent f for all the radio. Factory motto is building your intelligence one talk show at a time though. Radio factory dot com..

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"toshiba" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

JustATouchof_J

03:19 min | 4 months ago

"toshiba" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

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"toshiba" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"toshiba" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

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"toshiba" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

03:34 min | 5 months ago

"toshiba" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

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"toshiba" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

03:12 min | 5 months ago

"toshiba" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"The japanese tech company voted today to oust chairman osama noggin. That's after an independent investigation accused him of working with japan's trade ministry to block overseas shareholders from gaining influence on the company's board back in april toshiba's chief executive resigned over a scandal a now. The twin resignations could begin to turn the tide of japanese corporate governance as the bbc's morocco. The decision came as a surprise. Because i think a lot of people expecting him to survive the vote and that's partly because a lot of us. The activist investors were calling for his resignation but the domestic investors weren't exactly convinced this vote basically shows that some of those domestic investors in japan actually agreed with those activists investors who are based abroad so even though they're known as foreign investors they're actually japanese and the fact that they can actually communicate in japanese with some of those investors meant that they could actually convince some of them. This decision was a good one. So what does this mean for to sheba itself though because supporters of mr nagashima. Say it will set the firm for their back depriving it of leadership at a time of crisis. Indeed and i think you know. His supporters would argue that. He became the chairperson in mid twenty twenty after this alleged incident and therefore he had nothing to do with the actual incident of his critics. Argue the fact that he resisted a call for an independent investigation into that incident was enough for him to take responsibility and step down in all. Those scandals have really damaged the company's reputation. And if they want to rebuild trust among shareholders and consumers and so on i guess they felt like they needed to push the chairperson out any clues yet who may step in to the leadership vacuum at toshiba. Now in a couple of names floating around but no clear of your sign. It is very crucial for the company to rebuild its reputation and find a way out of this crisis so definitely a lot at stake on the new leader. Whoever they decided to choose the bbc's morocco. Thanks so much for your time. Net problem toshiba shares closed down.

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Oasis Says Proposed Price for Toshiba Is Too Low; Shares Rise

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Oasis Says Proposed Price for Toshiba Is Too Low; Shares Rise

"R and Brooke Field will be teaming to put forward a bid for Toshiba that would rival a current offer from CBC Capital Partners. Earlier, Oasis Management was offering some commentary, the firm saying that the offer from CBC is essentially to cheap Toshiba shares right now better by 5%. Although the Nikkei is down a half of 1% Elsewhere in the packed room. We haven't sold the Cosby advancing by 2/10 of

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Shopper's Guide: Cheap TVs

Talking Tech

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Shopper's Guide: Cheap TVs

"Those new. Tv's on sale during the holidays are pretty amazing. Two hundred dollars two hundred twenty five dollars one hundred and fifty dollars some as low as ninety nine dollars. What's the catch folks. What's the catch will here. It is many of them use different software platforms that you really need to be up about before you make the purchase for instance. Would you like to watch. The sequel. To the wonder woman called wonder woman nineteen eighty-four that is debut on christmas day on streaming television in a few theaters. Why no. I'd like to see it. But if i go out and buy the new. Tcl roku branded tv. I can't watch wonder woman nineteen eighty-four because roku doesn't do business with hbo. Max the channel. That is running. Wonder woman on christmas day. Confused let me fill you in on the different platforms. Starting with roku they have a wonderful tv. These tcl td's that roku branded you don't have to buy a streaming stick everything is built in there's hundreds of channels everything but hbo. Max which is the new channel that debuted in may. It costs fifteen dollars a month. It gives you plus the warner brothers library films. Like wonder woman nineteen eighty-four the friends reunion. It's coming next year. Reruns of the fresh prince of bel air. Lots of really good stuff. Beyond that roku has disney plus it has peacock it has the roku channel which is ad-supported and shows everything from the hunger games movies to older. tv classics. Like bonanza roku is a great tv. But if you're gonna wanna see wonder woman you're going to need to buy an amazon fire stick streaming device for about twenty five dollars plug it in and watch wonder woman on hbo. Max on your tv. That's the workaround speaking of amazon fire. Tv addition amazon branded. Tv's are available from cigna. Which is the best. Buy house brand and toshiba. They're aimed at cord cutters the advantages that you don't have to buy a fire tv stick to get streaming since it's built into the set. The good news is amazon. Has disney channel and hbo max but it doesn't have nbc universals peacock which is another new channel. That debuted in july amazon promises voice control with these sets to direct the alexa personal assistant to turn on and off the tv and select channels for you but to do that. You need to enable the alexa skill in your app. Repressed the voice command on the remote control. Plus channel selection won't work with the cable box just antenna tv android google tv. While the google platform is best known on sets from sony. Tcl and high sense and they had the google assistant and chromecast streaming platform built in well in september. Google announced the new google tv with takes more. Google centered approach tv by offering personal suggestions to tv shows. It thinks you wanna watch. The suggestions come from google following your taste on google search and youtube us additionally google tv will enable you to run your smart home the google nest devices and use and use your google photos collection as a screensaver however google tv is currently only the the the twenty twenty fifty dollar chromecast streaming device. Google says it will come. The tv's from sony and other android partners in twenty twenty one with google no issue with hbo max or peacock. They got them. All finally ties in. That is the name for samsung's tb operating system and several new models. Answer to many including google assistant amazon's alexa and samsung's own bixby. Samsung has its own free channel. Which is similar to amazon's imdb and the roku channel called tv plus any resemblance to blow. Td is not accidental. Pluto runs the samsung channel under the samsung name questions about tv platforms. I'm here to help. I'd love to hear from you on twitter. Where match jefferson graham. You've been listening to talking tech.

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"toshiba" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"toshiba" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"And I had my Toshiba with me in the office that day and because I'd had this laptop for a while it was the disc was really full. It was two, hundred, ten meg drive something that. Full and I've used something good drive space to compress the disk and the day. Five came out the guy who sat next to make Klaus blazing. Handed me the. CD or whatever it was had winners I five hundred and I put on that and it started the install on Friday, and it took the entire weekend had to leave my laptop at. For the entire weekend because it had to keep on compressing and re compressing falls on this compressed this in order to upgrade, but it works from three eleven to ninety five and it was. Quite a mouse change from the the add on that. Previously it was it was quite a jump and I really enjoyed Muniz ninety five I remember windows ninety five releases as being the most celebrated software release. I've ever seen ever. It was a big deal I remember there was a story because. The had the start button of course in ninety ninety-five and they used the start me up song from the rolling stones. I think the story goes is that the rolling stones were approached to use that music and they said no, and then they were asked to name their price. So they named the most ridiculous price ever and Bill Gates went down. Fine. Eight million apparently cost for. Using our song. Is. Five and actually I still have machines running windows ninety five now old thing pants way. and. Yes, it's still quite nostalgic to go back in and have a tinker with windows ninety five a much abuse Microsoft. Windows gets over the years and I've dished out. Ninety five was actually quite jump. From what came before? Yeah, I was. Always to use A. Didn't didn't do the her windows ninety five thing. For the win. So mark you've got final news item. Yes. It turns out about these Scots Wikipedia isn't in Scots. So, to Seo Dot wikipedia dot org you'll find a lovely..

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"toshiba" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"toshiba" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"I had my Toshiba with me in the office that day and because I'd had this laptop for a while it was the disc was really full. It was two, hundred, ten meg drive something that. Full and I've used some good drive space to compress the disk and the day. Five came out the guy who sat next to make Klaus blazing. Handed me the. CD or whatever it was had winners I five hundred and I put on that and it started the install on Friday and it took the entire weekend had to leave my laptop at. For the entire weekend because it had to keep on compressing and re compressing falls on this compressed this in order to upgrade, but it works from three eleven to ninety five and it was. Quite, a mouse change from the the add on that. Previously it was it was quite a jump and I really enjoyed ninety five. I remember Windows Ninety five releases as being the most celebrated software release I've ever seen ever. It was a big deal I remember there was a story because. The had the start button, of course in ninety five, and they used the start me up song from the Rolling Stones I. Think the story goes is that the rolling stones were approached to use that music and they said no, and then they were asked to name their price. So they named the most ridiculous price ever and Bill Gates went down. Fine. Eight million apparently cost for. Using our song. Is Five and actually I still have machines running windows ninety five now old thing pants way. And Yes, it's still quite nostalgic to go back in and have a tinker with windows ninety five a much abuse Microsoft Windows gets over the years and I've dished out. Ninety five was actually quite jump. From what came before? Yeah, I was. Always to use A. Didn't didn't do the her windows ninety five thing. For the win. So. Mark you've got final news item. Yes. It turns out about these Scots Wikipedia isn't in Scots on yes. So you to Seo Dot wikipedia dot org you'll find a lovely..

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"toshiba" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"toshiba" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"And I had my Toshiba with me in the office that day, and because I'd had this laptop for a while it was the disc was really full. It was two, hundred, ten meg hard drive or something that. Full and I've used something good drive space to compress the disk and the day. Five came out the guy who sat next to make Klaus blazing. Handed me the. CD or whatever it was had winners I five hundred and I put on that and it started the install on Friday and it took the entire weekend had to leave my laptop at. For the entire weekend because it had to keep on compressing and re compressing falls on this compressed this in order to upgrade, but it works from three eleven to ninety five and it was. Quite. A mouse change from the the ad on that previously it was it was quite a jump and I really enjoyed ninety five I remember windows ninety five releases as being most celebrated software release I've ever seen ever. It was a big deal I. Remember there was a story because. The had the start button of course in ninety ninety-five and they used the start me up Song from the Rolling Stones I think the story goes is that the rolling stones were approached to use that music and they said no, and then they were asked to name their price. So they named the most ridiculous price ever and Bill Gates went down. Fine. Eight million apparently cost for. Using our song. Is Five and actually I still have machines running windows ninety five now old thing pants way. and. Yes, it's still quite nostalgic to go back in and have a tinker with windows ninety five, a much abuse. Microsoft Windows, gets over the years and I've dished out. Ninety five was actually quite jump. From what came before? Yeah, I was. Always to use A. Didn't didn't do the her windows ninety five thing. For the win. So mark. You've got final news item. Yes. It turns out about these scots. wikipedia isn't in Scots on yes. So to Seo Dot wikipedia Dot Org, you'll find a lovely..

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"toshiba" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"toshiba" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Author of hitchhikers, guide to the Galaxy and his interview is basically rent out how much you didn't like. Microsoft didn't trust that. He's well, he walls a well-known fan boy. I think at the time when when some of the elite some new Mac if it was the Macintosh I think the first one in the UK was him or Stephen Fry it was there was the pair of them had like you know the first couple of Max in the country. So then dyed-in-the-wool Mac, fans all surprising Douglas Adams with. Live. E. About Microsoft but yeah, it was interesting seeing. So some of the angles to the news report about. About how the would affect the Internet moving forwards about how the that point had no particular focus on any particular system but this was going to pull everyone into Microsoft ecosystem. Well, I do remember this. How did you? Some reason. I don't imagine. All right. PULL UP A chair. Let me tell you a story. When when ninety five came out, I had a Toshiba, twenty one hundred CS laptop and I had windows three eleven for work groups and getting online on windows. Three eleven below was a bit of a fruit fe didn't have really particularly good networking bill and you had to add additional dial software and you had to add an IP stack really to get you online properly and windows ninety five brought all of that bill in. And so it had the whole a TCP pay and the ability to do windows Logan and all that kind of stuff out of the box and I remember the day it released a think it was a Friday and I worked for a company landed, in Slough, when Langley nurse Lau gateway to the south. and. I had my Toshiba with me in the office that day. And, because I'd had this laptop for a while it was the disc was really full..

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"toshiba" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"toshiba" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"It's really good. Next up in some sad news Toshiba famous for making computers no longer make laptop computers. They've got out of that game after 35 years unfairly confused by this article because I was sure Toshiba had already said this some years ago. Well, they sold a certain chunk of the business office and now they got rid of the rest of it. Okay, they probably weren't really invested in it for some time. But yeah, they've they've not really been in the game for a while. I can't remember the last time I saw it. I should have a computer. I mean they for a long while they were making cookie-cutter it a corporate laptops and nothing really notable. I think they're they're happy day was really some time ago some time ago when the they made some of the classics like the Toshiba 1910, which was a gorgeous white computer and had a dog. Full mouse that clicked on the right hand side it attached. Yeah with this like plastic mount to the right-hand side of the keyboard and the keyboards were really nice..

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Apple off 25-30% with no WeChat

Talking Tech

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Apple off 25-30% with no WeChat

"And because we chat play such a huge role in China the analyst says that overall apple hardware sales will fall without we chat. Moving from one Asian country to another in Japan. The days of Toshiba, making laptop computers is now sadly history the company which has been making laptops for over thirty five years sold the bulk of the company to Sharp, which renamed the business to

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"toshiba" Discussed on Thrive Bites

Thrive Bites

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"toshiba" Discussed on Thrive Bites

"For the fiery people. The pit and then mustard is a heating oil for the water and earth types. The cough of people like me that were constantly cold. Those three categories You know I'm familiar with and Yeah that's that's very interesting. Those are great Great Tips I definitely advocate the water with the lemon I do that throughout the day from Chinese medicine. Perspective The generally do not advocate drinking anything cold because of you know just our body temperature. We operate at ninety eight point six generally and you know anything cold especially during the summer time. Or if you're S- you know sweating and things like that. It is very tempting to drink something cold especially ice but from a traditional Chinese medicine perspective. It's almost like putting water on a hot walk raid and just imagining something sizzling rain so the thought. The thought is something very similar. You're almost like shocking. The system in a way so I like to do on my clients that their digestive system is kind of like a campfire. That's raging and burning and warming everything up and then you take a cup of water with ice and you just dump it on your fire. Really what happens to the body announce exactly helped toxins are created And then that turns into this order in the body because every single every single dose show like three Toshiba's they have their site within the body. They have a place within the body that there's going to be so when we either have too much too much ama- or toxins in the body..

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Our big Apple iPhone 11 preview (The Daily Charge, 9/5/2019)

The 3:59

06:26 min | 2 years ago

Our big Apple iPhone 11 preview (The Daily Charge, 9/5/2019)

"Today on the daily charge facebook launches a new dating service amazon's twenty new fire tv gadgets and our big apple iphone eleven three good morning and welcome to c. nets daily charge. It's thursday september fifth. I'm jay. I'm ben fox ruben and i'm david katz mire. Let's get today stories. His apples next big event is scheduled for next tuesday so we figured it's never too early to preview expect from the iphone eleven the biggest change maybe to its hi. Send model rumored be called the iphone eleven pro so say goodbye to the max supposedly has a glass back and a triple camera configuration while the more budget friendly iphone eleven are may finally get that dual lens setup that well you know the budget seekers have been wanting for so you guys excited. Is that it this dual orlands 'as isn't it in the big thing going to be next year's iphone. Yes oh i mean. How many times have we said that every year every year. This is not an s year. Technically i believe so this is the third year that they're basically using the same design and they've been doing this recently. They've kind of extended out the cycle so now you have to wait three years for a big refreshing. I think you're right. In terms of adding five g. in terms of a big redesign will probably have to wait for the twenty to monitor and they said this morning the fingerprint reader might come next year to screen fingerprints yeah so yeah so yeah. It's it's a little little disappointing. If you're if you're an apple user commented about this plenty of times but samsung already already introduced both of those features five g. and in screen fingerprint reader was in march <hes> with the galaxy stanton yeah yeah so it's pretty pretty clear from reading charts have constructed today. It's pretty clear that apple has been well behind on the of innovation curve the continuation of that that being said from a business perspective if they're like okay we smartphone market is saturated at this point. We're going to build out on services a lot of other things so that's what they've been doing for years. You've been mind they deal with huge volumes volumes for this single phone right so every time they have to make a big tweak or change was phone. It's a massive process right so that's partly their greatest strength is his grace weakness. Yeah yeah next up. Facebook is launching a dating service in the u._s. Yes you heard that right the company which faces a host of questions about ability to protect our data want you to trust it with funny that special someone. What do you think this why. Why is this happening this is this is like facebook portal all over again which is like like the company is going through all of these security and privacy issues and now coming out with a new product that a lot of people are really questioning what the value value is or are people going to trust facebook with this type of data. Yeah our own queenie talked to facebook about this. <hes> really asked about the privacy question you know they. They assured her that that the information collected for the dating profile wouldn't be sold advertisers and they're trying to take extra steps to make the secure walled off keeping my beyond facebook other. Getting dating services have had a pretty bad rap when it comes to privacy concern so there's a there's there's two issues here and according to queenie story she also mentioned that a lot of younger people are the folks that tend to use dating apps in the first place and so this is an opportunity for facebook to try to. I don't know lower the age of their total demographic because everybody's been helping to instagram so we'll see if that works and this this apparently sucks in the instagram posts automatically so that makes sense to so if you're if you're honest graham. You're dating waiting so keep in mind. This is supposed to be tinder. This is more about finding that you know that special someone and not a single night hookup also amazon launch twenty fire tv equipped gadgets at berlin's for trade show that includes its first oleg tv with fire tv built-in. Why we have cast meyer on david breaks down for us. There's a lot of products. I'm not here to talk about facebook dating and if you want to you know it's all it's all about this lead t._v. That has fire tv the first of its kind. It's it's only in germany so you know all the ts have great picture. Quality fingers crossed that comes the u._s. You know maybe l._g. Will throw in roku t._v. or on fire tv and get rid of their little web address system <hes>. There's also a new fire tv cube. Which is the weird remote control hybrid thing that's come to the us. It's going to be faster and a sound bar with built in fire tv. So that's a trend that's happening is. They're building streaming things into sound bars because we're not there. Are people actually get the streaming steak but are actually buying these this this other kind of ecosystem of fire tv connect products or well yeah. I mean amazon says they are they mean the stick is doing really well but the fire tv t._v.'s for example. That's like their big other other play and that competes with roku those have been selling really well to according to them. Prime day was a big blockbuster obviously for the toshiba branded things. They have a partnership with best buy so they're out out there in the market and a lot of people are using them and you know if you like alexa a lot. I think it's a pretty good product otherwise i like roku t._v. Better all right. Finally the galaxy fold is back. Samsung tout said it will launched with a new white glove customer support program but if you're looking to get in the u._s. Drought a luck. It only be available in south korea journey in the u._k. The fold has been. I mean it's it's been a disastrous launch and now it's even come to the u._s. Is that was that mean for full funds. I mean good for them. I say this every time but honestly sleep. We were talking about apple earlier that they really are so incremental in their efforts. This is the first time that a major company well. Why is doing this to. It's also had a delayed product. This is a big change so i think at least from my perspective consumers are going to be a little bit more patient but maybe i'm wrong about that. An the american consumers are not patient with something that breaks. I feel like launching only in in in you know a limited market especially korea where it's like basically plan on your home turf. You know they really we have an advantage in terms of getting the word out there positive. They have a lot of negative stuff to overcome with this phone so not launching the u._s. Wise maybe a little pansy the ash but samsung they can do what they want. Well parley. I think a bunch of carriers kind of backed out right. There were carry that were committed to solve this thing they probably saw the controversy just said you know what may not only the drama and they're still coming out with it so you know they didn't scuttle it. Completely broken credit for that so the daily charged on roger chang. I'm ben facts urban mark. Thanks for joining us.

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"toshiba" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"toshiba" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"About this a Toshiba ward yes which you are helping to put together I'm on the I'm on the committee so is this committee I think there's maybe ten members now I mean you've got people like Roger beers on it jump starters on it you guys are tasked with like coming up with the categories nominating people for the category yes or all of the all of the above I think we've also been a categories but if people want to get involved it's these to toshi awards dot com okay or you can follow them on Twitter at thus the toe she's all want to you know get involved the we're still we have some of the categories but we're still looking for more in and again it's about honoring ethical innovation in the space so yeah and anybody who wants to be involved or they want to nominate somebody there's no way for any one of us to know all the things that are happening in your base it move some possible so yeah yeah go in in visit reach out and say Hey here's somebody that I really think should be nominated and and of course people take a look at it so and it's going to happen AT and a couple go twenty twenty that's right which is a perfect place for because I mean I know there's other stuff that happens at an R. couple co but it feels like a crypto conference to me absolutely well I I posted the crypto the critical stage that I now go around and act right there a lot of people in there yeah it was it was very busy I mean it's monster musically it's a leg it's a part of and a couple because so yeah everybody talks about crypto when they're there yeah it's on everybody's lips I mean it's just it's so prevalent at an archipelago it I mean I like I said there's other stages other tracks going on other things for people interested in to to follow but man it's a great crypto conference it really is and well and you know the vibe of this is a lot of the same people last night the events it seem like again as you say yeah so much of the discussion was about was about to tell him and is that it was almost a lead in it was also off a fundraiser for free Ross we should mention that yes yes it was freeross dot org there was a well to over a thousand dollars really like fifteen hundred I think was was raised I mean there were DVD's selling for two hundred Bucks somebody paid I think a thousand dollars for a very beautiful piece of artwork of Ross yeah I really like that I mean I've been waiting on them yes very nice amount Lecter does happen to have a vodka cocktail last night mark gave me some kind of cocktails and then you were drinking my vodka still wonderful baby vodka was a sponsor last evening and will be again this evening so if you guys are there I see you on this my do it okay yes yes so this is my all in Nevada only available well it's only available now with crypto currency okay so you can ship it to another yeah yes so there is an arrangement whereby encrypt toenails this where we're able to serve as your agent and it's a sail through the distillery itself it's only sold by the bottle we engrave it for you it's signed by myself and now the family of the distiller who distilled if he's actually passed away unexpectedly the master distiller and founder of the distillery so we only have I I think we have a couple hundred bottles laughs so there will never be anymore this is a limited edition limited edition but there were there was a case of there and this last evening and will be there this evening specifically to support Ross but also to support this event so that's awesome this does this is what I want to get into here yeah what are you doing I mean for god's well there were two two will he has two kids he also has a right to California turns out people can do that and then things that I want to find out about the things right so at one point you're doing American gigolo they'll go in when Clinton cortex dot I owe my crypto business is slow going I've been heavily in the lab and just released an open source library for bitcoin cash to do non custodial escrow and the staff is going to like what they're doing with local of the coin dot com right yes it uses a lot of the same technology but this is even more so a peer to peer protocol and Stevens Eyler and I Steven Tyler of anything anything the founder of any pay and I just this week did the first ever completely peer to peer noncustodial secured by bitcoin cash sports wager really Padres he took the Padres and they won a game against Miami Marlins we sort of we're doing it all over Twitter so people can go and see this thing but history was made completely peer to peer regulatory Lee exists for the way the other to get together but I just was using the library that are released so so this is coming now guys this is that right hang on this yes ladies and gentlemen betting with bitcoin cash is coming that's what you're talking about well it's technically already here but what's so awesome about it is that no more bookie no more anything like that peer to peer secured you put your money up on to the blockchain and you can only pull it out only the winner gets a smart come about it's it's essentially spark is this going to be like an asset somebody downloads to allow them to Iraq yeah it will be a protocol that will be built into any number of wallets were looking to have this actually be not just a an application but the whole ecosystem and economy out to to disrupt potentially sports wagering which is a hundred fifty billion dollars in the US alone in the just legalize that federally man thing this actually makes that a moot point because doing this in this manner is exempt from regulations as it is because it becomes a social bet between two people so is there many money under you just you just released this in the wild you make money on it right now it's released into the wild west but there are business models for both the sort of people who report the results you call the referees are oracles and then also for the wallet developers the matchmakers if you will who match you with somebody who wants to to bat and so this is all possible how long before you did on tennis we could we could do it tomorrow in tennis if you wanted to so this is not yet public it's been it's public so they're not gonna library itself if you are a developer you can go it's called jet tone library so J. E. T. O. N. if you type in J. E. T. O. N. dash live and so there's been articles about it already I wrote an article detailing so it's the early early stages I'm hoping to get developers interested but I am heavily working on when you are ready to announce it like in a downloadable form for the average.

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"toshiba" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"toshiba" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Eight ask Leah last segment of the show. Chris in Los Angeles. Hi, chris. I'm a disabled dead and I appreciate your help. Thank you. I'm glad to help you what can I do? And thank you for your service. Yesterday. I started out my, my laptop Toshiba the running windows, seven home premium and the normal. The blue screen came up I put in my password. And instead of logging on it says the user profiles service service, which is required repeated twice the user profile service service failed. The log on. Me. When I see grammatical errors in, in, in messages. Right. That's that's strange. Okay. This is this is not real that maybe it's been hacked. And but I wanted to ask you about that. The second line is the user profile cannot be loaded that after about two minutes, the screen will cycle off and come back onto the, the log on screen, so I can't get in. And then while I was waiting to talk to it occurred to me that maybe I should tell you about three years ago when I use this machine to get on the internet apparently pick something up machine lost the deal L file, and it wouldn't go on the internet anymore. So you know, I'm wondering if this is kind I don't think is. L think this is Mel, where I think it is a failing heart drive because this is about what ten years old is computer. Seven six. Yeah. Like that. So it's windows, seven so that means it's fairly old windows, tens been out for five years. So it's at least five years old, and the, it's I presume a spinning hard drive in HD inside. These simp- the single most common cause of this kind of thing failure is a hard drive. That's getting flaky. And so your user profile is on the hard drive, and load that obviously, you can try starting in safe mode that and what happened. I guess it worked in safe mode came up. That's a good sign. Yeah. Okay. Couldn't it mean. Yeah. You wouldn't be your log in though. That's the problem. Yeah. Can't get the full the full, one of the things they use the I, I'm embarrassed to say this to you, but I, I use I use to play games, that's not a baris- its computers for my friend. It'd be half as many computers in the world if that people didn't play games on them. So I won't say what the other half is doing with them. So if you can grow it in safe mode, that is commensurate with a profile. Corrupt profile on, you can try to fix it. There, there are. There are in Siri, you know, registry hacks, you can use..

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"toshiba" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

15:09 min | 2 years ago

"toshiba" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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"toshiba" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"toshiba" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Got over the forty second street and eighth avenue. The protest was called five thirty pm start by the time. We got there at five fifteen thirty speakers was packed Israeli flags all over the place. American flags all over the place, and we walked up on it. And Alan Dershowitz was sitting there on the stage with his lovely wife. Don't hike in was on his way from Brooklyn rabbi Joe potasium does a spectacular job on Sunday mornings before sit sports Sunday. The Reverend the rabbi he was there. And then we won't bony right in the middle of this youth protest outside the New York Times building. And it was wonderful to see. I mean, I can't even tell you how much I applaud you. How proud of you. I am honestly. And and Danielle for making you go it's easy to resist the temptation twice she made me go. And then you know, this guy. Geoffrey got I wish it was last name, Bernie, I'll show you the picture. He's a big big guy in the Jewish community. He came up to me. And he said, we really want you to speak, and I said, I don't know looking dove hike in those show. It's just some dopey radio guy want spam. He goes home. Just give us a couple of minutes. So then you just go speak. Quite that's twice twice behind every good, man. They say is a great woman. Yep. So don't hike in one. I and he was magnificent. In fact, he's going to join us Bernie at eight forty this morning. He's utes fan of you. And I love this show, then Allan Toshiba, which very very difficult to follow Alan Dershowitz, as you could imagine only good news is Dorsey, which is brilliant. But he's got facts, you know, about World War Two and Nazi holocaust. And he's a joy to listen to. He is a little mild mannered, right? Exactly. They want to meet a fire up the crowd. You killed it. You slaughtered it. And justifiably with the backdrop of the New York Times to your left. It was tremendous and everything you said was great with fantastic mall in them out the audience. You got the audience riled up as well. I did I got him crazy weezer field. I think that is his name we've vote we info about two weeks and poke kind of the day and Bernie other stuff I said yesterday to give you some credit. There's a lot of stuff that you've been saying on this show pro very longtime. I mean, I took some of your work some adults work and so my own. I mean, you said that you spoke the truth is what you did whoever. I read it in the book you heard it from this. When you from whatever it is you spoke the truth at the right time. People have to understand that this is this is more than just, you know, some slur. This is not snowflake ary like, you know, I was drinking. Oh my God. I'm so offended or any of that stuff a black dad's sing or even the Jews afraid. It's not that. This is way more than that. This is this comes at a time when this precipitous slide into anti-semitism I in Europe, and now in this country and their main mainstreaming it. It's the new anti-semitism is the new anti Zionism, and it's a rejection really of Israel's right to exist. It's a slow slight it happened before it's happened time and time again throughout the centuries. And that's why it's very dangerous thing when you have a paper like the New York Times engaging in a sneaky way trying to put it forward into the anti Israel anti Zionist enclaves like. Europe. They try to hide it in the United States. We caught them. And that's right and the complacency and you're just nail it. This is exactly the way it went down in Nazi Germany. That's the Jews the Jews themselves became apologies. And and the next thing they found themselves if the Kristallnacht in that awful situation, but you know, one of the starts that I heard last night, buddy. This is the New York Times and hiking. We'll have all these figures later on today. World War Two. They did about twenty seven thousand stories over the length of World War Two. Yes. Twenty six thousand about World War Two twenty six about the holiday. I believe I I've known that. They they ignored it. Yes, it traditionally they were real big time Stalinist, sympathize communist, they loved the the US they loved it. Especially back, then they were really in the tank for the USSR. So this is a big deal when you have it being normalized in mainstream at the top echelons of our government while that's the problem and the media elite media like this ninety years the times has been doing this. But you just nailed it. It's it's really become the rallying cry of the left. You know, they knew anti-semitism is that Israel is the oppressor, correct? The Israeli government is racist. I mean, so what does that mean? That means if these people if some of these people get got into office United States is the biggest guarantor of. Of Israel's security and therefore their existence. And now our government people in our government getting shaky if they get into power won't be Saint major Israelis can take care of themselves, but still then you don't help and they all got called out last night. You know, whether it's Chuck Schumer or fat, Jerry Nadler, or Omar or ten none of whom showed up push Elliott angle. I don't expect quite an axe rose New York City people. None of them showed. None of the New York Jewish people. I don't expect quite taste to be. But it'd be nice. If Chuck Schumer showed his mush once in a while need ice. No doubt about this. Again. Sometimes you have no idea when you do something what the what the ripples going to be, you know. So I wake up this morning, and I get the tax, which of course, my favorite by far. But I can't tell you..

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"toshiba" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"toshiba" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Hi, Jim highly. What can I do for you today? Well, a couple old Toshiba, laptops, that I had for, you know, quite a few years and both of them more or less just died on me, the they they just kinda ran out of power. And I thought it was like charging issues. So I tried to charge them a couple of times. I just can't seem to recharge them. And even prior to that I had a HP desktop that, you know, mainly I do a little bit of internet on their maybe store some pictures things like that. But now that I can't get them started. I I'm wondering about what my options would be one option. I thought about was just a recycle them, you know, the one of those recycling like phonic recycling dance. But I was wondering about if I were to do that. What about the data or pictures things like that that are on the heart hard drives of those devices? That's a great question. So first thing I just real quickly just as a parent Senecal on laptop. Sometimes if on that laptop it's old enough that you could remove the battery remove the battery with plugged in. And oftentimes it'll work the batteries only have a certain life span once they're dead either you have to replace them or on some older, laptops. You could just take them out modern, laptops. Everything's glued in. But I on the older, laptops. You could just most of you could just take it out. There's a little switch take it out, and it should work just fine. It's bypassing. Battery. Battery out and then plug it in. What the yeah. See if it works. Okay. And then if it does then you could order a new battery if you really wanted to save it. But your question is. Yeah. Okay. Your questions a good one. It really depends. Hey, you're absolutely great for saying. I'm gonna bring into an e waste recycler. You can't throw laptops in the trash. You can't throw batteries in the trash can throw paint oil. You know, there's just certain things that have to be properly handled and any electronics have to be sent to an e waste provider. Sometimes your trash company will do that for you. But everywhere in your area has you waste recycling centers. California's very good about that. But you ask a really quite a really great question. What about the date on the drive, and that date is still there, even if your computer won't work? So I think in most cases anyways recycling center, they're not gonna go through this stuff. Pull out the drive put computer see what's on there. But I can't. But they don't make any promise that they won't do that. I'm sure it's fine. But ideally, if there were anything on there, you were worried about somebody getting like credit card numbers Bank accounts. Log ins passwords, it'd be good idea to wipe that or take the hard drive out. If you can open it up and take the hard drive out donate or recycle the rest and just keep that hard drive. Now, you're gonna have a pile a hard drives at some point. Just take the back off though. Yeah. My most most laptops have screws, and you can just loosen the screws in areas, and you pull it out..

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UK committed to nuclear power after Hitachi decision: PM May's spokesman

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

UK committed to nuclear power after Hitachi decision: PM May's spokesman

"A nail into the coffin of Japan's nuclear technology exports. Now this follows a move by Toshiba another Japanese John's to withdraw from its British operations, and it just leaves the Hanky point project in southwest England as the only a nuclear plant on the construction that elements moments in the UK, and that's funded primarily with Chinese cash. Really interesting stuff here in one sense will return to that in the in the weeks and months ahead as indeed we might when we look to the skies. Let's talk a bit about Heathrow apple here in London, of course, for some time year busiest hub, and I gather despite some challenges, which so you might tell us about

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My top 10 best gadgets of 2018

Talking Tech

06:08 min | 3 years ago

My top 10 best gadgets of 2018

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Okay. I've got my list of the top ten favourite tech gadgets. Twenty eighteen who's ready? I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech. I quick caveat. I did not see every product released, but I did touch feel and see a lot of them. Several of the ones mentioned here. I went out and bought after I reviewed them others. I just lusted after we're gonna work our way up from ten to one. Let's start with number ten unlike smartphones, which hit ridiculous prices in two thousand eighteen many topping one thousand dollars or even higher. You gotta love witless is selling you for a portable. Rugged hard-drive. I picked up a four terabyte external drive for one hundred and fifty dollars a hundred and fifty dollars two years ago. These drives were one terabyte it best for the same price. And now I've got four times as much room number nine. I don't think you've heard of this. It's the loom cube air. It's a little continuous light tiny and it can attach to your smartphone via a magnet and give you way more people pleasing light than the lousy flash. From the phone at seventy dollars. This is a steel for night and party shots. Number eight, the Amazon fire TV edition TV's from Toshiba and best buy they are aimed at court cutters with Alexa, voice control and more visual menu. That you get from cable, and again, this is a consumer bargain. The average price is three hundred dollars for a forty two inch set on black Friday. They were giving these away for just over one hundred dollars. Wow. Number seven because no TV should be subjected to the lousy tinny sound from the teeny. Speakers of any new TV? We give the nod to the Sono speaking, it's a smaller sound bar in size. But with big sound and affordable at four hundred bucks. Number six the Facebook portal. Oh, ha ha what did you say savvy? Talking tech listeners will be scratching their heads. Right. Wait a minute. Aren't you? The guy who called this video chat device the Turkey of the year. Yes. And I also said the higher resolution. Video chat was so good. I would put the portal on my best of lists. The rest of the features blow however, number five Google pixel three APPA released three new iphones this year with slight iterations over previous models and nothing much to offer beyond a slightly bigger screen. Google upgraded its pixel phone with a superior camera that can do amazing things in the dark and even just improved basic shots in great light. I can't believe a smartphone camera can be this good number four. The apple watch series addition for again, this was another former Turkey from twenty fifteen but I got a hand it to him cooking company. They didn't give up on the watch. They refined it they made the password bugging, less Nagy. They ditch the hype about the worthless apps, they enlarge the screen into a work of colorful art in added useful health feature like e c g monitoring and call. Nine one one if you fall down and don't respond number three the pro level camera. I bought this year was the two thousand dollars Sony, a seven three also in interational of previous Sony models. But unlike apple where the newest models get more expensive. We saw many of the features of the four thousand dollars Sony. Eight nine come down to the ace seven like super fast shooting ten frames. A second low light in high resolution in a super light body. I love this camera. Number two, gopro hero seven black for years. Gopro has been trying to get the small camera. Right. Believe it or not this year. It finally got there with a four hundred dollar camera that eliminated the shakes or almost eliminated the shakes that were all over footage from surfboards bike helmets and the like end number one, no surprise to talking tech listeners as I've already flagged this, but the honor goes to Google and the home hub the video version of the Google home connected speaker the combination of the Google assistant smarter and chatty or. Than Amazon's Alexa, the YouTube library of music videos. Tv clips and food recipes the ability to watch TV via YouTube TV or listen to podcasts and get your Google features like calendar. Commutes in weather in visual form was a huge winner. Only negative and is the big one the seven inch screen is way. Too small. Here's to the fifteen or better yet twenty inch version in two thousand nineteen. Okay. Google, and that's my list. What's on your top ten? Let's talk about it on Twitter. Why match efforts and Graham you've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to the show on apple podcast. These faded on Stitcher, which helps more people on the show. And it's always thanks for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com. Got you covered they developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. 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ICYMI: The 2018 Tech Turkeys of the year

Talking Tech

06:36 min | 3 years ago

ICYMI: The 2018 Tech Turkeys of the year

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Okay. So the thanksgiving is finally behind us black Friday seems she's like yesterday and leftovers rule for lunch and dinner plans, which can only mean one thing it's that time again for annual list of the top tech turkeys of the year. And I think everyone out there knows what the answer is. I'm going to run down my chart, but I can hear everyone out there saying Facebook. Okay. Top tech Turkey the year for everything that Facebook did this year all the hacking all the denials, all the constant apologies. And of course, the Facebook portal, the portal a product I actually like, but it's a video chat device was released in early November. You've heard me talk about it. It has an always on microphone. It has an always on video camera that can move around the room to bring more people into view. Yes. I've said the portal is. The best video chat. Experience we've ever had superior to FaceTime Skype or hang outs due to the higher resolution screen and camera movement, which transforms a static image into something resembling a professionally shot video, but this comes from Facebook. I mean, there's a creep product from the social network, it's an in-home monitor in your home. I don't care what they say about not recording. You they do note who you've been calling how long you been talking and they're making plans to sell you ads based on your calls. But beyond that, this is a product that once you get past video chat in the digital photo frame is worthless. It cannot give you voice commanded music videos, recipes or any of the other features that you could find on rivals like the Amazon echo were Google home hub. And if you do try to chat with someone who is not on Facebook messenger. You're out of luck. Not so with the home Hubbard echo, which will let you may calls to landlines and cell phones. Double-double? Now talking tech has a few more to add to the list. Number two, apples, ever rising prices. They just keep going up in up up this year. And I phone the top of the line topped eleven hundred dollars. The ipad pro top two thousand dollars the macbook air went up two hundred bucks. The MAC mini went up three hundred dollars, and and on and on and on and a wind and at the same time, apple eliminated, the entry level bargain. Price three hundred and fifty dollar iphone SE from its lineup. If that's not worthy of a Turkey nod. What is number three? Google clips Google made several grade products this year, including the pixel three smartphone in the home hub video speaker, Google clips would not make my top ten best lists the two hundred fifty dollar camera only shoot six to seven seconds silent. Video clips and photos automatically when Gould decides to do. So I'll be the photographer in when I shoot video. I'd like to have sound with my videos battery life, my friend Jeffrey Fowler over the Washington Post recently tested thirteen top twenty eighteen smartphone models and found. None that last is long as twenty seventeen models. Not a good trend cloud blackmail. We love the photo site smug bug, and we loved it it saved flicker from years of mismanagement, and the Glenn we don't like the new policy if you have more than one thousand photos stored on flicker, you have to delete them all by January or see them all go away. Of course, the other option is you could pay smug bump, fifty bucks. That's a really nice way to get people to come back to flicker and start sharing. Yeah. And isn't it? I hate that AT and T killed film struck film. Struck was a wonderful classic movie service that now that AT and T owns Time Warner. They said doesn't make enough money for us. So we'll just say goodbye to those one hundred thousand subscribers why this matters is it's really hard to find classic movies on the streaming services. They prefer the new stuff to St. film students of tomorrow. We'll have a hard time finding citizen Kane and city lights. Let's hope some independent gets great. Classic movie streaming service out there tvos. Hi fi DVR. This is the company that invented the DVR but likes to sell you a device and then charge fifteen dollars monthly to use. It not my idea of something that I want to be doing despite how great tvos always been the new bolt OTA is aimed at cord cutters who just wanna plug it in get shows off the Antenne and watch them later, but Tibo wants to charge. Your seven dollars monthly for that. Consumer alert Amazon's fire. Tv addition sets from Toshiba show, you TV listings within the set menu at no charge Ditto for the TCL, Roku TV's debt. Everybody is our twenty eighteen tech Turkey list. If you're keeping score Snapchat spectacles topped our chart last year and the year before with the exploding Samsung note phone what tops your Turkey lists for twenty. Let's hear from you on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking please describe it a show on apple podcast least favorite the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show as always. Thanks, everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com. Got you covered they developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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Facebook tops the top tech turkeys of 2018

Talking Tech

06:36 min | 3 years ago

Facebook tops the top tech turkeys of 2018

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Okay. So the thanksgiving is finally behind us black Friday seems she's like yesterday and leftovers rule for lunch and dinner plans, which can only mean one thing it's that time again for annual list of the top tech turkeys of the year. And I think everyone out there knows what the answer is. I'm going to run down my chart, but I can hear everyone out there saying Facebook. Okay. Top tech Turkey the year for everything that Facebook did this year all the hacking all the denials, all the constant apologies. And of course, the Facebook portal, the portal a product I actually like, but it's a video chat device was released in early November. You've heard me talk about it. It has an always on microphone. It has an always on video camera that can move around the room to bring more people into view. Yes. I've said the portal is. The best video chat. Experience we've ever had superior to FaceTime Skype or hang outs due to the higher resolution screen and camera movement, which transforms a static image into something resembling a professionally shot video, but this comes from Facebook. I mean, there's a creep product from the social network, it's an in-home monitor in your home. I don't care what they say about not recording. You they do note who you've been calling how long you been talking and they're making plans to sell you ads based on your calls. But beyond that, this is a product that once you get past video chat in the digital photo frame is worthless. It cannot give you voice commanded music videos, recipes or any of the other features that you could find on rivals like the Amazon echo were Google home hub. And if you do try to chat with someone who is not on Facebook messenger. You're out of luck. Not so with the home Hubbard echo, which will let you may calls to landlines and cell phones. Double-double? Now talking tech has a few more to add to the list. Number two, apples, ever rising prices. They just keep going up in up up this year. And I phone the top of the line topped eleven hundred dollars. The ipad pro top two thousand dollars the macbook air went up two hundred bucks. The MAC mini went up three hundred dollars, and and on and on and on and a wind and at the same time, apple eliminated, the entry level bargain. Price three hundred and fifty dollar iphone SE from its lineup. If that's not worthy of a Turkey nod. What is number three? Google clips Google made several grade products this year, including the pixel three smartphone in the home hub video speaker, Google clips would not make my top ten best lists the two hundred fifty dollar camera only shoot six to seven seconds silent. Video clips and photos automatically when Gould decides to do. So I'll be the photographer in when I shoot video. I'd like to have sound with my videos battery life, my friend Jeffrey Fowler over the Washington Post recently tested thirteen top twenty eighteen smartphone models and found. None that last is long as twenty seventeen models. Not a good trend cloud blackmail. We love the photo site smug bug, and we loved it it saved flicker from years of mismanagement, and the Glenn we don't like the new policy if you have more than one thousand photos stored on flicker, you have to delete them all by January or see them all go away. Of course, the other option is you could pay smug bump, fifty bucks. That's a really nice way to get people to come back to flicker and start sharing. Yeah. And isn't it? I hate that AT and T killed film struck film. Struck was a wonderful classic movie service that now that AT and T owns Time Warner. They said doesn't make enough money for us. So we'll just say goodbye to those one hundred thousand subscribers why this matters is it's really hard to find classic movies on the streaming services. They prefer the new stuff to St. film students of tomorrow. We'll have a hard time finding citizen Kane and city lights. Let's hope some independent gets great. Classic movie streaming service out there tvos. Hi fi DVR. This is the company that invented the DVR but likes to sell you a device and then charge fifteen dollars monthly to use. It not my idea of something that I want to be doing despite how great tvos always been the new bolt OTA is aimed at cord cutters who just wanna plug it in get shows off the Antenne and watch them later, but Tibo wants to charge. Your seven dollars monthly for that. Consumer alert Amazon's fire. Tv addition sets from Toshiba show, you TV listings within the set menu at no charge Ditto for the TCL, Roku TV's debt. Everybody is our twenty eighteen tech Turkey list. If you're keeping score Snapchat spectacles topped our chart last year and the year before with the exploding Samsung note phone what tops your Turkey lists for twenty. Let's hear from you on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking please describe it a show on apple podcast least favorite the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show as always. Thanks, everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com. Got you covered they developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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Letters edition: What to buy, how to digitize?

Talking Tech

04:46 min | 3 years ago

Letters edition: What to buy, how to digitize?

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today, and you are listening to talking tech where today I answer some of the many questions that pop up at this time of year, the usually deal with new products, and what folks would like to buy Ahmet national holiday that. We call black Friday now for starters Marianna wanted to know what she could get a good deal on. Well, of course that depends on what she's interested in buying the most popular categories are televisions. Video game consoles and games. Insta- pots and robot vacuums so expect to find the best deals there. If you've thought about buying a smart speaker, Amazon and Google will make it worth your while with good discounts. And nothing beats the doorbusters my favorite as I noted. The other day is the Toshiba four case MARTINI. The that I paid three hundred dollars for an August. Now, just one hundred twenty five dollars at best buy on Thursday and Friday, however. The stuff. I'm seeing in the ads for twenty five to fifty dollars off nothing that gets me that excited. Okay. Now to a question from my friend Ed who wants to buy Qatar and learn how to play will any cheap guitar do he asks? No, no, no. And I'm not telling add to buy a thousand dollar guitar or even a five hundred dollar one. But if he's just learning to play his fingers have to get used to touching the strings, cheap steel string guitars have really bad action. And we'll produce lots of calluses and blisters on your fingers, and they will hurt the ideas that we want you to pick the guitar up. Not leave it in the corner. So for that reason may I recommend nice Spanish style nylon string guitar. They play easier sound better to Myers anyway. And you could get a good decent model for about two hundred dollars. Or so next up Kevin wants to know about how to digitize his old high eight millimeter tapes, good question. And one that I have worked through. Now, there's the slow methodical DIY way or the easy expensive way. Now for the kids in the audience who don't know that we didn't always shoot video on phones. But actually once used video cameras those were with tapes and once upon a time a high eight millimeter model was type of camera that was popular in the nineteen eighties. Sa- Kevin I suggest you buy yourself a used high millimeter camera on EBay, you shouldn't have to spend more than one hundred and fifty bucks. And from that, you'll need adaptor to bring the camcorder footage into the computers. Even copy it a company named Al Gado sells one Amazon for Ron eighty bucks. That's the one that I bought when I did the transferring I also went for the easy but more expensive way by reaching out to a company to do it. I had my tapes copied the I'm memories dot com. And they did a great job. Finally alley says she wants to have. Her old photo scanned, but they date back to the nine thousand nine hundred and their fragile. What's my recommendation, well Allie I wouldn't mail them to memories. I would look for professional restoration artists in the neighborhood or find a local photographer who would agree to come over. And photograph them for you. I just wouldn't trust putting them in the mail. Hey, we love getting your questions here on talking tech. These keep them coming look for the Twitter. Why matchup is and Graham as I said, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscribe at a show on apple podcasts. Please favor the show on Stitcher which helps more people to show and thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store port. Folio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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Dissected new iPhones reveal Intel, Micron, Toshiba parts

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Dissected new iPhones reveal Intel, Micron, Toshiba parts

"Keeps giving a beach close enough. So that space between you and me as news in the way, Dan dance way into the music girl their body, and how you move and every time you cross my girl. Alexa, play the country heat playlist. Okay. With Amazon music a voices. All you need get tens of millions of songs. Download the Amazon music app today. Your money on WGN, orients Samuelson. The Justice department is considering delaying

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Sharp to buy Toshiba PC business, issue $1.8 billion in new shares

Daily Tech Headlines

01:40 min | 3 years ago

Sharp to buy Toshiba PC business, issue $1.8 billion in new shares

"Gigahertz for a probable for point six gigahertz all quarter bo microsoft and qualcomm announced they put windows ten on armed chips back into summer of twenty sixteen and at complex tuesday qualcomm announced these nap dragon eight fifty mobile compute platform promising thirty percent boost in performance twenty percent in battery life and twenty percent increase in four g l t e speeds the snapdragon eight fifty is largely based on the snap dragon eight forty five mobile platform for android phones but this one is exclusively for windows ten p c's sharp is acquiring toshiba's pc business will issue one point eight billion dollars in new shares to buy back stocks from banks sharps parent company foxconn is the world's biggest contract manufacturer to produce pc's and tv's more cheaply sharp will take an eighty point one percent stake until sheba's pc unit on october first and also retained the diner book brand to sheva sold seventeen point seven million pc's seven years ago last year one point four million and find alie and on student has been find canadian for one hundred dollars or about three hundred and ten us dollars for looking at her apple watch at a traffic light victoria ambrose was found guilty of breaking on tario distracted driving law although she said she was just looking for the time the judge rejected her claim and said smartwatch is were a distraction as much as a cellphone tape to someone's wrist for more discussion of tech news of the day skype to philly technique showed dot com daily tech headlines is supported by you thanks to everyone who supports the show at patriot dot com slash dt ns i'm sarah lane tacky extent.

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Polish Government, Nanjing and Producer discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

Polish Government, Nanjing and Producer discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"A leaked list of e three nintendo games posted to four chan indicates a version of fortnight will come to the nintendo switch euro gamer says it's sources indicate that list is accurate fortnight launched on i o s in march and it's coming to android as well this summer nokia announced thursday it closed the sale of its digital health division to eric correal nokia's health division was created largely by its acquisition of withing which career founded he plans to relaunch windings by the end of the year with products focused on preventative health as usual at the same time nokia announced that chief legal officer maria barcelona will also become president of nokia technologies indicating nokia is going to focus on patents toshiba announced friday it has completed the sale of its chip unit to a consortium led by bain capital to sheba memory is the number two producer of nanjing ups as k hynix apple dell seagate and kingston are also part of that consortium dialogue semi said it expects its main customer apple to cut orders for its power management chips by thirty percent this year dialogue told investors that apple's going to source the chips from two suppliers now and finally central european bitcoin exchange bit pay has shut down operations in poland while also being invited by the polish government to participate in a national blockchain working group but pay was shut out by polish banks and announced may twentyninth it would move its headquarters from poland to malta.

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Toshiba, White House and Donald Trump discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:24 min | 3 years ago

Toshiba, White House and Donald Trump discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"In singapore on juliette sally and i'm doug krizner at bloomberg world headquarters in new york word is just gone nine thirty we've got market action now on the mainland in china and in hong kong and it's kind of a mixed picture hang sang is up about two tenths of one percents right now shanghai composite is down about one tenth of one percent a lot of market moving news we're going to unpack it for you right now as we look at this hour's top business stories china has had president donald trump a two hundred billion dollar reduction in its annual trade surplus with the us by increasing imports of american products in other steps that's according to a trump administration official says china made the offer during talks in washington this week chinese vicepremier premier met with trump the south judah at the white house meantime toshiba has received regulatory approval from china for the sale of its memory chip business this obviously will clear the way for a two trillion yen deal the buyers swelled they're a group led by bank capital now toshiba is saying the sale of the semiconductor business will take place on june first after approval was gained from all necessary regulators the deal is already missed earlier deadlines for clearance the companies were waiting on chinese antitrust authorities to make that decision bank of japan's key inflation gauge slothful a second straight month in april underscoring the central banks struggles to heat it's two percent inflation target call consumer prices which.

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China's HNA Group to remain a 'major investor' in Deutsche Bank

02:17 min | 3 years ago

China's HNA Group to remain a 'major investor' in Deutsche Bank

"It is nine thirty am here in singapore i'm juliet solly and i'm doug krizner at bloomberg world headquarters in new york so we've got trading underway across the asia pacific some weakness in tokyo in hong kong and on the mainland as well as in seoul the only market right now juliet that i'm seeing trade positive is in your home turf australia where the market in sydney is up by three tenths of one percent closer look at market action in a moment when bryan curtis joins us right now let's get you caught up on this hour's top business stories cape good market down well a seemingly positive response from china after treasury secretary steven mnuchin offered to hold trade talks in beijing john is commerce ministry says it welcomes were that the us hopes to come to beijing to discuss trade and economic issues president trump has proposed imposing tariffs on as much as one hundred fifty billion dollars in chinese imports beijing has promised to retaliate sean uso baynes planes and other products mission says he's cautiously optimistic about reaching a deal with china appears to be an about face from a group after promising it wouldn't the chinese conglomerate is reducing its stake in deutsche bank the story from bloomberg's denise pellegrini two months ago hsa said it wouldn't decrease at stake in the german lender but it is just reduced its holding to seven point nine percent from eight point eight by allowing portions of a complex derivatives arrangement to expire h is in the middle of trying to raise sixteen billion dollars to deal with financing problems at home and the pullback also comes after a string of negative stories about deutsche bank including a management revamp and bloomberg reports showing the company accidentally temporarily transferred thirty five billion dollars to one of its outside accounts ha says it's still committed to remaining a major deutsche bank investor to these pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia to shave shares of ban out by as much as five percent in tokyo this morning currently up three percent the company denying reports it's canceling the sale of its chip unit we get more from bloomberg's susanna palmer a spokeswoman for tokyobased toshiba says the company hasn't made any decision to cancel the sale of its chip memory unit to a group led by boston based bain capital the mainichi newspaper is reporting toshiba will nix the deal unless it receives approval from chinese antitrust authorities by.

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Elena Kagan, John Roberts and University Of California Irvine Law School discussed on Surveillance

Surveillance

01:22 min | 3 years ago

Elena Kagan, John Roberts and University Of California Irvine Law School discussed on Surveillance

"Or driver's license numbers nancy lyons bloomberg radio the more than year long effort to sell toshiba's chip division we'll have to wait longer the japanese technology giant says it has missed an initial deadline to close the sale of its biggest business now that pushes the deal with a group led by being capital backed by at least a month global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm joan doniger this is bloomberg welcome to bloomberg law i'm june grosso ahead in this hour a special supreme court edition of bloomberg law the dynamics of the court that often split five to core down ideological lines why the first amendment is at issue in so many cases this term the way justice kennedy goes is often the way the court goes is he retiring and have you noticed the solicitor general has been switching sides lately joining me for this hour to discuss the court or greg stohr bloomberg news supreme court reporter and leah litmanen professor of constitutional law at university of california irvine law school greg we've talked before about the four justices chief justice john roberts justice anthony kennedy steven briar and elena kagan who try for consensus to avoid five for ideological divide what's the importance.

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