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"Fit bid introduced its follow up to the fitbit ionic called the fitbit sense and advanced health smartwatch as the company calls it that includes an electro dermal activity or EDA sensor and electro-cardiogramme or e C G measurements plus Google assistant support. The Da Center looks for electrical changes in your skin that might indicate things like stress are you really stressed out might? Be. Able to tell you that you might know that already but it might be something that you'd like to keep you know keep reports of you place your palm over the census display you breathe while it takes measurement, and then the sense also alert you to changes in your body temperature or high or low heart rate that might indicate spikes of some kind fit also. Verse smartwatch and Inspire Fitness Tracker Lions. All of this works better if you pay fitbit premium to keep track of all your data so you get some data and if you want upgrade fifty premium than it's all. Pre orders are now open for the fitbit sense that goes for three hundred, thirty US dollars the fitbit versa three for two, hundred, thirty dollars and the fitbit inspire two for one hundred dollars all shipping in late September.
What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus
"News covered nineteen what you need to know about coronavirus I'm Lucas Univar now we're going to look at the ways authorities around the world are responding to this pandemic the trump administration's handling of the crisis has been heavily criticized the president has given confusing advice contradicting his own experts and misleading the public about timelines for testing and vaccinations morning edition's Rachel Martin spoke to three of NPR's international correspondents about how other countries are handling the coronavirus Sylvia Julie is in Rome Anthony kun is in Seoul and and Lee Fang is in Beijing Emily I'm gonna start with you because you were covering the crisis in Wuhan from the beginning can you just give us a sense now about what was the trajectory of the Chinese response to this well for the first month after that initial cases of the current affairs sure there wasn't a response there is local cover up in a delay and during that time of about five million people left the virus epicenter in like the spread it to the rest of China but then the country mobilized it did so very quickly imposed very stringent self isolation and quarantine measures and by self isolation I mean people sort of waiting densely populated areas they canceled all public events they shut down factories and offices and by quarantine measures and that the they still sealed off cities and villages completely Anthony how does what and we just say said compared to what's been happening in in South Korea while South Korea got hit right after China and because of south Korea's experience with previous epidemics they decided that rapid mass testing for the virus was going to be the key to their strategy and so they've been testing around fifteen thousand people a day S. three thousand six hundred people per million of population compared to five people per million in the US results also focus on transparency putting out daily statistics and press briefings Sylvia in Italy I mean now Italy is has replaced South Korea as the number two in the world after China when it comes to the the scope of of this pandemic what has been the Italian response drastic curbs on freedom of movement and there's been overwhelming compliance only food shops pharmacies and you stands are open people can go out but if stopped by police they must show kind of affidavit that states the purpose either work grocery shopping health or emergency police are carrying out random checks they face either three months in jail or a fine of two hundred thirty dollars the purposes social distancing keep people apart Italy's following China's lead the Wuhan model so Emily the Wuhan model hasn't worked I mean transmission has decreased there has not yeah and experts pretty much unanimously agreed that's because of social distancing it will destroy your economy as it temporarily has in China but it quickly slows the virus's spread another thing China did was it built these makeshift centers where they sent six people and sending instead of sending them home and researchers in both the US and China have now said this week that that was critical to slowing down the outbreak but this could be a measure that western democracies may be unwilling to take as for quarantine measures though sealing off the ledges and cities that's the jury's still out on the efficacy of of that because quarantines meet harder for medical medical resources to reach heart the hardest hit areas and that's probably why fatality rates in the epicenter in China are nearly four times higher than the rest of the country so Sylvia how have the measures worked in Italy what's the situation right now is there any slowing well nationwide it's too early to say it hasn't hit the peak yet the quarantine that was put in place a few weeks ago in the contagion epicenter in Lombardy eleven pounds fifty thousand people local authorities say it's working the contagion rate has dropped and that's why the quarantine was extended to all of Italy to try to prevent a spread to the south which has much weaker health systems than those of the north which were among the best in Europe but they are severely strained by this crisis now I'm Anthony South Korea chose not to take measures like we've seen in Italy or in China with these dramatic quarantines are lockdowns and yet it seems like the have still been able to to keep the crisis at bay right yeah well okay so numbers have been declining for two weeks in a row and sexualities of been at less than one percent compared to about four percent for China and six percent for Italy and you know doing this without having to log huge regions down is also a kind of effectiveness kind of accuracy was or something specifically about South Korea that made it possible for them to avoid large scale large scale quarantines well it's you know testing capacity is not just about cats it's about investment in basic healthcare infrastructure lab technicians chemicals machines logistics and if any one of those areas has a bottleneck it's going to mess things up and people are going to lose lives and it's just you know at the end of the day it's investment in in a healthcare system hospital beds you know national health insurance and this shows up in survivability for all diseases including covert nineteen and lastly Emily and Sylvia I'd love for you to talk some about how the different political systems in China and Italy have affected the coronavirus responsibly you alluded to this earlier but really how much of China's success in mitigating the spread has to do with the fact that this is this is a country frankly with a long history of human rights abuses it is an authoritarian state we've seen transparency is critical for a fast response that wasn't present in China but because China is a very centralized government one might say authoritarian it was able to mobilize quarantine measures and self social distancing very very quickly the problem is quarantines may have cost more lives than we know but we'll never know the secondary costs of people who are not able to get timely medical care and suffered from it because they were sealed into their villages or cities right and still be obviously Italy is a democracy what is been just the people's response to these kinds of drastic measures the crisis has totally turned the world upside down Italians notorious for cutting into line not very beaten to rules are become the most compliant people I've ever seen in my life and French correspondents based here sent a petition to French president Emmanuel MacColl telling him France underestimates the gravity of the epidemic and failed to prepare French public opinion they say look at Italy it's our duty to tell you there's no time to lose NPR's Sylvia patrolling Anthony kun and Emily Feng talking with rich mark fears about the impact of coronavirus have sparked a financial crisis in the markets Austin Goolsby who chaired president Barack Obama's council of economic advisers says that as the virus spreads American markets might be hit even harder than China's and here's our Shapiro asked him why if you look at the economy of the United States or of the rich countries in Europe they're much more dominated by these face to face services that are exactly the things they get pulled down whether their leisure and entertainment and sports or going to the gym or all sorts of services so if everyone stops doing that that's a bigger hit on the U. S. economy even that it was in China we went when they shut down he also said that virus economics are different from regular economics explain what you mean by that yeah by that I mean the closest thing in our in our collective memories to this moment was a financial crisis right into my house I natural crisis economics and business cycle economics is a little different than the virus in that the main thing that is paralyzing the economy is this year and withdrawal and so in a way the best thing you can do for the economy has nothing to do with the economy with virus economics and that is things like paid leave for people that are sick is actually not stimulus it's paying people not to come to work but anything that slows the rate of spread of the virus is the best kind of stimulus so if we have to get on top of this as a public health matter I think before you can effectively deal with this as an economic except if we do so the rate of the virus in this epidemic continues for weeks or months is there anyway to turn around the financial slide yes and no no in that look if there's going to be a substantial slowdown our goal is and should be allowing us the opportunity to bounce back it as this thing passes over us and that means you can't let everybody go bankrupt or starve or have these persistent lasting problems from what we hope to be a temporary shock and so do you see the crunch that we're experiencing now as an irrational panic or an appropriate response to the cancellation of big economic engines like pro sports like Broadway lever like school like the economic activity that goes on in major cities every day yeah a bit of both as we in fear the withdrawal and have social distancing to try to slow the virus there is going to be a substantial slowdown of economic activity right but I can never get out of my head from the two thousand eight crisis Paul Volcker's words over and over at that time that during a crisis the only asset you have is your credibility and as the U. S. government has not made credible statements that contributes to fear that makes it go down and we've we've got to do better we need the president to
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Economists Say Forgiving Student Debt Would Boost Economy
"Let's come back to the United States now where presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are proposing student loan forgiveness plans warrants plan would forgive up to fifty thousand dollars for most people and Sanders would go further so suppose that happened what would suddenly freeing millions of Americans from student debt mean for the economy NPR's Chris Arnold reports an entire generation of Americans is making major life decisions differently because of student loans whether and when to buy a house the words start a family children it's not about if you wanna I'm it's about can you afford I'm Laura green would work for the state education agency in Montpelier Vermont well I make sixty three thousand dollars and thirty years old and I mean I probably a better salary than a lot of my peers but between her college and grad school agree with those ninety six thousand dollars in student loans and she says that's got her and her partner feeling kind of frozen yeah it's always were interested in having kids but just cost of living and all our other bells and then the student loans is just like the final straw so if people like green would suddenly had this mill stone of debt lifted from their necks it stands to reason that that would unleash pent up desires and spending that would be good for the economy a lot more people would probably have kids words start businesses serve by houses in the short term it's very positive for the housing market Lawrence Yun is the national association of realtors chief economist he says his group survey showed that student data is people delaying homeownership by five to seven years he's not endorsing any particular plan but he estimates that broad loan forgiveness would push up the number of home sales quite a bit home sales cook BSA three hundred thousand high your annually if people were not settle what law each student that of boost to the housing sector as well as to the economy just how much would it help the economy William foster is a vice president with moody's which just did a report on student debt forgiveness there's been some estimates that US real GDP could be boosted on average by eighty six billion two hundred and eight billion per year which is quite a bit that's if you had total loan forgiveness busters as it would have to be total forgiveness to see significant results and he says it could also help address rising income inequality student loans are not contributing to what's perceived as lower economic prospects for younger Americans after all all those millions of people are delaying homeownership and that's the most powerful way for most working and middle class people to build wealth Lawrence you a typical homeowner I has net worth about two hundred thirty dollars and while typical renter has only five thousand but well the idea of loan forgiveness is popular among voters it would not be free and this is a big reason that plenty of politicians and policy experts are not on board this would be expensive foster says Americans owe a lot of money on those student loans about one point five trillion and that's more than auto loans and credit cards they're the second biggest that item for households busters as most of these laws are from the federal government and it could forgive them but that would mean giving up the eighty five billion dollars in annual revenue that it's currently collecting on these loans and that would result in a wider fiscal deficit also taxing people to make up the difference would be a drag on the economy and there are other issues of many people would oppose a give away to say lawyers and doctors who stand to make a lot of money later but happen to have a lot of student loan debt also you would want to tax the working class to pay for higher income college graduates loan forgiveness that's why presidential candidates are proposing to tax the wealthy to pay for it add a foster says there could be what's called a moral hazard factor here for future students those students might expect future loan forgiveness and therefore the take out even more money than they might have otherwise and that could create even greater levels of student debt so it plenty of potential pitfalls but policy makers who are pushing for a loan forgiveness say that they have plans to make it both fair and good for the economy and to do it in a way to make education more affordable for future students so they wouldn't have to take on so much debt Chris Arnold and
Review: Google Nest Hub Max
"Talking Tech is brought to you by Wicks Dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's W I X DOT COM in. Stay tuned after the show to here. Are you can take advantage of. Wick special offer for talking tech listeners so you're ago. I was really impressed with a new your product called the Google home hub. I even called it one of the top ten tech products for two thousand eighteen with one caveat. I wished it could be bigger little seven inch screen that was absolutely beautiful for a digital photo frame and a youtube viewer now. There's a new version with a ten inch screen. It looks prettier and it's almost twice as much. It's two hundred thirty dollars versus one hundred and thirty dollars from a year ago. The new name for the product is called the nest hub. Max and that's because Google wants to keep everything into the nest family the basic just as the same it is a connected video speaker. It's Google home with video and that's cool. I mean my pictures looked great on it. They look way better. It's only three inches bigger but it's almost like night and day. The only snag is is a lot more expensive stacked up against the Amazon Echo show which also has the tendency viewer. The echo show is not as spotty as Goule is when it comes to connected Video Speaker Alexa has its act together. Google after three years is still trying to get there now. The simple things like what time is it. What's the weather what's playing at the local movie. How close is a pizza restaurant. All Things Google does pretty well but the things that should also be easy easy like specifically asking for a youtube clip. That can be tough infect. Don't take my word for it. Let's give it a try right now. Hey Google play last night's monologue by Stephen Colbert all right Friday by Jimmy Fallon playing on Youtube Music Stop. Hey Google play Stephen Colbert's monologue being Stephen Colbert monologue on Youtube. It's after the house judiciary committee her test Google. Stop aw so as you can see. It's all in the way you ask. Maybe hey google play Jimmy Kimmel's monologue. Here's what I found on Youtube. Hey Hey Google play the first selection. It just showed me a visual. Here's a youtube music playlist called countries class of two thousand eighteen. Hey Google you will know hey google play Jimmy Kimmel monologue alright playing Jimmy Kimmel monologue on Youtube. They did corey the senator chance the rapper. That's not a monologue. That's an interview with presidential candidate. Cory Booker and these things can keep you busy forever ever so two hundred thirty dollars. You've got to really work on your commands to Google. Somewhere in. There is the right one. I love looking at my photos on attendance and in screen and I like watching youtube but hey google. You're driving me crazy. I'm Jefferson Graham. I'd love to hear from you. Look on twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech subscriber to show where ever you listen to online audio and we got you tomorrow with another quick it from the world of Tech Talking Tech is supported by wicks dot com if you're ready to build your own website. There's no better place to get started than wicks dot com whether you're promoting promoting your business showcasing your work opening your store or starting a blog. Anyone can create a professional website with wicks. You have the freedom to start a site from scratch scratch or choose. A designer made template than customize it to suit your needs and you need to get online fast. Just answer a few simple questions and wicks will instantly build a personalized website just for you complete with design images and text choose. Your style changed the layout and add any features. You need like an online store or booking MM system. Now's the time to tell your story wicks. Dot Com can help get started today and build a website. You'll be proud of and if you go to Wicks DOT COM and use the coupon coupon code talking. You'll get ten percent off when you're ready to go premium. That's Wicks DOT com code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
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Amazon launches smaller Echo Show device for $90
"Amazon today unveiled a new echo device with a display that offers some of the features of the two hundred thirty dollars second-generation echo show, but that will cost about sixty percent less. The tech giant hope. The echo show, five to be priced at eighty nine ninety nine we'll push people to try out, one of Amazon's echo products with a screen since it's cheaper than the two other eco products with displays the echo show, five available on June
Weekend wrap--Facebook breakup and Google I/O
"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Hey, it's Jefferson Graham with USA. I am that for my Spain and Portugal holiday. And here we go again with another weekend wrap up on talking tech two-goal held its big I o conference for app developers. This week announcing new low cost phones in a rebranding of Google home products. But the search giant didn't dominate the week's headlines ride hailing company. Uber went public on Friday and got its share of chatter while Amazon founder Jeff Bezos made a detailed pitch for flying astronauts to the moon by twenty twenty four. Now, those stories were big, but the internet blew up this week talking about Facebook at a co-founders thoughtful heartfelt plead a US regulators to break up the company that Chris Hughes and Mark Zuckerberg to- founded in a Harvard dorm room Hughes pen the piece for the New York Times. And then did the talk show circuit saying that zuckerberg's a good kind person? But the focus on growth led. Him to quote, sacrifice security and civility for clicks, unquote. Meanwhile, Google looked to address consumer burn out over super expensive smartphones with a new pixel phone for three hundred ninety nine dollars. It's not waterproof and doesn't offer wireless charging. But then it doesn't cost a grand either. Google also lent some confusion to its Alexa, rival the Google home line. Remember that Google home hub that I love when it was released last year. It's now called the nest home hub because well Google owns nest which makes several home automation products and wanted to beef up the nest name a larger addition selling for two hundred thirty dollars that nest home hub max will be released in the summer. It will also feature a video camera. That follows users around the home similar to Facebook's portal device that is your weekend. Talking tech news wrap up I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. Thanks for indulging with me while I was on. Holiday in Spain and Portugal. Thanks to all my guest host. If you have any feedback on today's show, you can find me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, please subscribe to talking tech where every listen to online audio and I'll be back at you tomorrow with another quick hit from the world attack. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them. And hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech, talk with their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job. And actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five and players who post on the site. Get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E C H T A L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to. Higher.
A polar bear, a gun and a courtroom in Nunavut
"With a polar bear, and it ends in a courtroom in Canada's north an inbetween it touches on a lot of the things that are integral to our identity up north the polar bear is loved and feared they are a wonder of nature a symbol of climate change. But they are also to the annual at food and clothing and a revenue stream to scientists and nature lovers. The bears are a species at risk and they're declining population serves as a warning bell. That is if the population is actually declining because the polar bear is also to people who live with them, a growing threat a danger to families and children and to the small towns that used to live in peace mostly undisturbed by bears hunting on the ice around them. So in the middle of all this is a bear and a gun and a bylaw and anywhere people who live among the bears and scientists who mean, well, maybe, but when push comes to shove don't know anything about the north, so yeah, it's a story about a bear. But when our guest today went north to tell. It found a lot more than that. Jordan, heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Our good friend Aaron Hutchins is a writer at Maclean's who goes to a lot of weird places and this time he went north. Yeah. Got my certificate for being north of the Arctic circle. Describe for me the scene that starts this story. And where it all sprung from last year. I read about a young man in his early thirties from Arthit notified, which is just north of Churchill Manitoba and he was out with his kids his daughters on an island. Nearby won a bear snuck up on them his rifle was back in the boat and to save his daughters. He put himself between his daughters in the bear or them back to the boat. So they can radio for help. And he was he was killed. Then a couple of weeks later. I read a second story in the town called now yet, which is way way up kind of north western tip of the Hudson Bay. And there was. A couple of guys who wanted to one hunting trip and their boat broke down. They got stranded the next morning they were having tea. They're trying to figure out what the next steps. When a mother bear her Cup. Stuck up on the tent, and the one thing you don't do around the bear is panic and this one man Daryll cognac was sleeping. He heard screams one of his friends being attacked. He got attention ran his friend the rifle shot the bear before jammed after one shot on shot wasn't enough to take down the bear. And as he rented was other rifle, Darryl died from the bear. So there were two deaths in the span of a couple of months up in and none of and I wanted to see what really was happening up there with the danger being posed by polar bears up there. But even I couldn't predict what would have taken place inside this courtroom and early March tell me about the incident that led to the courtroom who is facing charges, and what did they do or not do? So the guy who died on the hunt. Trip. He was from now yet Daryl county and after he was killed. They had to wait for days until coastguard found the guy the the hunters wouldn't leave his body there. They brought it back to town where he was buried the town's engraver is broken. So he actually isn't an unmarked grave and this hill overlooking now yet next to his dad's grave and less than two weeks after they had buried them. Another polar bear kind of arrived on the outskirts of town. And this is not uncommon up in the north where bears will kind of come through town. It is it is terrifying. Everyone will agree on that. But it is common and the emotions are really raw to in. You it had died recently one of their own and bear was in the skirts of town. It was about an hour before sunset. Now. Someone's other barely went on the CB radio, which hunters keep on them all the time. And they said there's a bear everyone just be aware. What do they usually do when that call goes out? There is a a wildlife conservation officer whose job is to essentially scare the bear away because the wildlife access you shouldn't kill a bear. Unless it's at a self defense. Or if you have a hunting tag. Now these towns don't have nearly as many hunting takes as required. The locals would say the conservation. Officer would be a person you'd go out there with a rifle or bear bangers, which is somebody kind of scared but needs to thrive on the air south to bear bangers and hopes of scaring the Barraway, right? The locals will say that the Paris will come back hours later a couple of days later, but the bears don't get scared away for good. So as the conservation officer was on route to scare the Barraway and elder very well respected. Hunter went on the airwaves and said somebody kill that bear before kills one of us again. And right, then you have this is not uncommon every hunter every friend of Daryl gets in their truck on their snow Bill and their TV head straight for the shore with their rifles helping to kill that bear and someone killed the bear. And normally it could just end right there. The bear is dead. The town is safe for now. But in this case, there was still the matter of whether you're allowed to kill a bear bears are not in danger. Species but they're vulnerable. And what happened was it took three months, but then a very well respected hunter and local guide Laurent Craigie arc. He got a ticket for two hundred thirty dollars for breaking the wildlife act for illegal harvesting of wildlife animal killing a bear. These people are by no means rich up there. But he could afford two hundred thirty bucks. He's not paying. He says I'm not going to pay. This takes a photo puts it up on his Facebook page says I got this ticket written in English, by the way, which is not as mother tongue about killing a bear. But I feel so sorry for the new it and the locals here that I'm going to go to court instead, and I traveled up to the Arctic circle to be there for that day in court. Tell me the contradiction around polar bears that is kind of at the heart of everything in your story. Yeah. This is the one thing that I think a lot of folks like myself that I really don't know about the north is when you read stories with north you hear about pull a bears population decline, you know, whether are Connex status there on the -tuni- there and. Commercials. There's all these memes that show bears are swimming in water 'cause there's no ice that they're struggling that. They're starving and but twenty five thousand polar bears the current estimate of population of bears around the world. So when you scientists they'll say one of the polar bear cell populations growing, but for our decline the in you, it will say that nine suppositions are growing the thirteen and not
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on Tech News Today
"You just need an outlet, and you need the WI fi connection. And as as far as these sensors are concerned, I mean, obviously, these are going to cost a heck of a lot less than the instruments that are used by the US Environmental Protection agency. What you guys are doing here involve laser technology from what I understand how does that differ from the other more expensive instruments used by the US. So the also does use as account is in some of the devices. They also have another type of sense as it's called a metric sensor, that's we'll draw air through a filter, and then way the mass of the particles it a coach on the filter. So they're actually weighing the mass of the particles. Yeah, we accounting the particles and estimating how you know the mass based on an average density of particles in the wild. So sometimes that that's a different. If you've got wildfire. Smoke versus gravel dust gravel dust is heavier than wildfire smoke, and so if you're using an average mass to measure wildfire smoke, you're gonna have estimated a bit. But it's still going to be a case of if it's a purple ED's going to be pretty bad and the EPA they also calibrate their lays account is fairly often. So they will calibrate them according to the top of pollution, and the the fact is probably twice a year. At least we don't do. That we don't have the ability to do that. How much do the sensors costs from about two hundred thirty dollars? We.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Compete with other central employers for talented. We can say, hey, how about New York or hey, how about Washington DC? In addition to hey, how about Seattle because are three great cities. As for the newly announced operation center of excellence in Nashville Kearney says Amazon was impressed by nationals HQ to 'Presentation five thousand employees over two hundred and thirty million dollar investment, the largest investment in history of Tennessee. If you can believe it, so we're very excited about that. Bill O'neil. Komo news coming to a one of the Seattle area's biggest companies come as Ryan Harris talk with one of our money experts who says this one hits right in the corporate heart internal memos from Starbucks CEO, Kevin Johnson obtained by KOMO news say the coffee giant will cut three hundred fifty of its partners. It's name for employees at headquarters investment advisor. Dawn McDonald with vestry says this is different than if Starbucks laid off baristas at stores because he says, we're. Talking a lot of middle management who might be fat right for the trimming John says, this is often what happens after a corporation grows at staff as the economy grows. Earnings growth is slowing. They start to think about where the dead weight might be. Where can we cut some costs and not impact the bottom line in a substantial way? Starbucks is already started tightening up its analysts to respond more quickly to the whims of its customers. And it's changing its digital marketing team products that you think you're more likely to want Ryan Harris, KOMO news. King County council members have unanimously passed an eleven point seven million dollar budget, the council six Democrats in three Republicans came to an agreement over this budget that will spend two years council member Jeanne Kohl, well, so she didn't agree with every single line item. But ultimately, this was a fear process. And we were able to include the top priorities for all of our colleagues. Switch who represent all of our districts series money in the budget to bring back the sheriff's gang task force in two hundred thirty. Dollars to combat homelessness. The county executive says he'll sign it win the budget reaches his desk. Charlie Harger, KOMO news over the next few months. Drivers.
Best Google-compatible smart home gadgets
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Best Google, compatible, smart home gadgets from seen it lutron. Smart lighting seen that rating. Four point five stars out of five the good lutron in wall. Smart switches are reliable performers that work with Alexa, nest I f t t t apple home kit and Google assistant to name a few the apps easy to use and such helpful features as geofencing seen management and security mo- that'll help make it look like your home. When you're not the bad. It won't let you program your lights to fade on or off over a custom length of time. And the lutron bridge requires a hard wired Ethernet connection to your router the cost one hundred twenty dollars the bottom line. These are well worth the money. If you're serious about connected lighting next the nest. Hello seen that rating. Four stars out of. Five the good the video doorbell looks great and works consistently. Well, it's optional face recognition feature and advanced integrations with a nest Cam IQ indoor and Google home. Speakers set this above the rest, the bad a seemingly unnecessary. Chime connector accessory is included. And it's required as part of the installation for quote, power management purposes. Whether you have a manual or a digital doorbell. Chime there's no free video clip storage the cost two hundred to two hundred thirty dollars the bottom line the nest. Hello is the smartest video doorbell. Available and a really solid choice for anyone, but it's especially appealing. If you're sold on a broader, Google nast smart home, next Philips, hue white LED starter kit seeing that rating four stars out of five the good the basic version Phillips Hughes. Smart LED's don't change. Color, but they do enjoy all of the benefits of Hughes well-connected platform. They're also bright good-looking bulbs with easy to use smarts. And you can add extras to your setup for just fifteen dollars each the bad at seventy dollars. The two bulb starter kit comes with a fair share of sticker shock the cost. That's right. Seventy dollars the bottom line Philips, hue is one of the best developed smart home systems money can buy and this white light starter kit is the most affordable entry point. It's practically a must buy. If you're serious about smart lighting, next Google home rating, four stars out of five the good it accurately answers almost any question. You can think of it's got cool features that allow it to make calls control, your smart home help in the kitchen and more. Even sounds pretty good when playing music, and it can control your TV the bad. The speaker can't perform. Some basic tasks such as take notes it sound won't be good enough for audio files. Google home has caught up, but it still doesn't work with as many gadgets as the Amazon echo the cost one hundred thirty dollars the bottom line. Google home is a great smart speaker with a ton of capabilities. But there are so many smart speaker options out there, it's hard to give it a clear endorsement. San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information.
Amazon Unveils New DVR
"Addition digital sponsored by h New York's ultimate camera authority. Amazon is offering a new option for cable cord cutters called the fire TV, recast DVR seen at senior editor. David Cass Myer says you connect in HD over the air antenna into this small unassuming box to pull in local broadcast channels. You can cut the box anywhere near the in an addicts, or example, wherever convenient and since the box to your home internet connection, you can stream pretty much any TV in the house. It'll also seem to phones and tablets. He says the fire TV app includes a feature to help you find the best placement for your antenna. The base version of Amazon's fire TV recast can record two channels at once and up to seventy five hours of programming. It sells for two hundred thirty dollars. The larger version can record four shows at once and holds up to one hundred fifty hours. It sells for two hundred eighty dollars. Amazon is now taking preorder 's dishing digital. I'm Palmer Dane.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on One Two Review
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"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on Business & Biceps
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"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on Clockwise
"Salt and even more ridiculously it's voice activated so you you can ask your favorite appliance alexa or whatever to say dispense half a teaspoon of salt of course you have to pick it up and you have to put it over the spot that you need to dispense so basically it's just this ridiculous time suck that also moves the light away from other people i guess it's ridiculous in terms of something that is not silly would be the simple pleasure of activating timers using an apple watch or home pot or alexa all the time first of all i want to say that the smart trash can't thing we'll know it's really intelligent when it like spits it back out in his life why do you keep stuffing trash this is true it has become sentient how smart could have really be for me i mean i will just go with something basic that i thought would be ridiculous the idea of smart light bulbs in and of themselves seem a little ridiculous right we have light we have technology that has existed for a long time that seems to work just fine why do we need had intelligence to it but i have been won over i've many hugh lights in my house now and i've added a bunch of extra accessories like like wireless switches and i use my eco to control them and i like him a lot i have to say like i have a replaced i replacing like my overhead lights and all my rooms but i don't use those as much as mainly just the lamps but i really do love having the ability to control those by the voice or whatever i mean i've seen some ridiculous pitches in the past as i'm sure we all have i feel like i've seen a smart near pitch a couple times that like i want to believe but at the same time just the idea of embedding all that stuff in your bathroom mirror seems like a really bad idea similarly smart refrigerators i like the idea but like i don't really want my refrigerator telling me you are out of mook please get some yeah i i always a little cautious when it comes to these implementations i agree and it's kind of interesting that so many of these things mentioned have been kitchen smart devices because i think we've been seeing a lot of companies push into the kitchen recently and it seems like there's potential there but a lot of the appliances in gadgets seem like answers searching for problems the example that i have is smarty pans i don't know if you guys have seen this at the two hundred thirty dollars mark frying pan and it communicates using bluetooth with your phone at tracks the nutritional value of food you add to it so say you are gonna make recipe that involves coconut oil could voice using your voice with your phone say coconut oil and then you dump it into the pan it actually measures it calculates the nutritional value so you can add up like all the calories in fisher making so i mean that sounds kinda cool i can see that being useful and it tracks calories in it can sync with your fitness trackers some of the weirder things that does it can shear you're like you can make a recipe using the pan and then share that with friends or guide you through a recipe me all that sounds kinda cool but i mean the questions i have with all these are would you really use it so do you really wanna have to charge your frying pan how many risks do you create that are completely assembled in a in a pan just in the frying pan like all the time and is it really that hard to use measuring cups do you really need to have something that can measure your salt for you can't you just do it by yourself i think you can do yourself and i think you can sort your trash by yourself believe in you i believe thank you all for answers there let's go onto the next topic which comes from jeff so if you go to the app store on irs nowadays it almost feels like you're reading a magazine apples making this big push into publishing original editorial content making the experience more interesting than just browsing virtual store shelves.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on Material
"So i i'm gonna get whatever phone comes out because i just do that i just trade up in just live that life you know i have so many friends who enjoy that with the iphone and ice to go i would do that that's like but you know what i've come full circle i'm there with you and i totally get it now so there you have it google did that to me and i think in that same vein that's why you and i are both excited about the pixel three whatever is being said about it because even though some of these rumors can be taken with a massive facet grain the littlest grain of salt as you know it's exciting to think about what could be next so i guess the big thing that was going around the last week or so has been this pixel three xl mockup magic so of some photos have leaked from some sort of production line showing the the screen protector of what's purportedly pixel three xl and that's like the front piece of glass which is okay great so you know you know how it's going to be a phone that's roughly the size of of a phone oh my god but but but the cool thing is that it has like the the black like benzyl mask to show you where there's going to be like screen and where this going to be something that is not screen and it's got a nut and on the xl and not only that but shows two front facing cameras like around that notch and the other interesting thing is that the other the other bethel that would be on the pixel three nothing also has to front facing cameras to indicate that this is not gonna be like what apple usually does which is you can either get the huge phone with all the stuff in it over you can you know it's fine i think that you're very very brave for showing people that hey i don't need the best phone with a hot new camera and the three deface face sensing technology i'm secure enough or maybe i just don't have the extra two hundred thirty dollars hey i'm not here to judge i'm just yeah it's nice that you can if smaller.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on IOT Podcast
"Yes all right also google news late last week after we were done recording the show nest said that hey by the way they're video doorbell is now available along with their yale law so the video doorbell is the nest helo doorbell it is going to be two hundred thirty dollars so much money for doorbell and you also will have to pay for nest aware cloud recording if you would like to do that it is a wired doorbell so you know note that to not battery powered because the service fee is at count with your vista where where you have to pay extra kevin i don't know that right now but i am getting a review unit so what will happen is i will ask so whenever we talk about the hello doorbell which should be either next week or the week after depending on when it arrives in when i get it installed i shall have an answer for you also the yale lock is coming as well a little sad because this particular version of the lock will not work with like whoa kit for example so it's not like the august lock which works with all of the all of the players but the i'm seeing the same lauck come out for different platforms which is that it's the worst absolutely the worst don't do it but we will try that in we'll be able to look at the integrations i kind wish the google assistant smart display stuff were out in the market because i love to be able to be like although i guess i could try it on chrome cast.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Programmes i'm really only while night with big worth now i'm gonna it's hard it's regulations it is high taxes are exorbitant fees now this that now here's here's no catch this living this is this is with rubber meets road is what this man says i am investing dollars in business expansion but sadly it is not in the state where i live so evident he lives in the lowest until we see significant improvements in the business climate of illinois i and other intelligent business owners who create jobs and tax revenue will you continue to develop business else where wake up illinois and it's all because oh recharging two hundred thirty dollars more a third of two hundred thirty dollars more per year her business and they're losing out on billions now what they need to do in my youth imagine hitler i spent less than other unexplainable here did you know that don't use the kremlin yes that millions again i'll come at know illinois sent him what they need these soaring lead you know you know something like it weakest though no well that was given help is on the way yeah well let's see let's what's happening across america when we keep getting these stories and people colon i mean people would it's like building codes is all these regulations that they put on people and and everything is just people are sick of it now in the business of the bitten business remiss atmosphere is that people are you know they're tired of it and they're going to this made as an option to go to any anna illinois where he's going any in just because of.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Roll nightly big worth now i'm gonna it's hard dregulate says it is high taxes are exorbitant fees of this man now here's here's no catch this this week with rubber meets road is with this man says i am investing dollars in business expansion but sadly it is not in the state where i live so evident he lives in the lowest until we see significant improvements in the business climate of illinois iin other intelligent business owners who create jobs and tax revenue will you continue to develop business else where wake up the illinois and it's all because oh we're charging two hundred thirty dollars more for it yet tuning started off more per year her business and they're losing out on billions now what they need to do in monte using marching in his left leg i am explained in here how did you know that don't use the kremlin yes that millions gun i'll gohmert know illinois in him what they need these him lead you in all you know something like it is though no that was when hope is held away oh awesome but he left what's happening across america when we keep getting these stories and pupil with i mean people would like building codes is all these regulations that.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"We have a ford his two hundred thirty dollars forty hours a week at a hotel in washington dc so this was a godsend this now saying foreseen and i talk about it all the time not only the lodging but the food ness look at three meals a day full meals a day five for many days you wanna go times you wanna go in at kitchen you can go at kitchen we kitchens a special place so he asked city is s yes yes talk to me about james that happened in the kitchen that's where we communicate mostly was talk well meals are being prepared we have pick a day in outcome for the whole house who start with me cooking and then we start talking about winter each other's firemen the concerns of the husband all the wife of whoever the family member being treated over the hospital and we pull together with condemn it ends up a friendship i have friends that i went to school of that i'm not as close to is this was that i have met official house we call each other on a weekly basis finding out when we're going to be here next so we can meet up again and planned a meal for the next time and we talk about the health issues in how we can help one another we've been through severe illnesses deaths whatever the case might be when it comes down to it we are here for one another we join together when moslem had a goal went to the hospital table right therefore me when he came back table you for me and not only the families that live in here but the staff care just as much as one big family in the fisher house while this one day or thirty days that you stay it here you.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"I'm comfortable a jo that right exactly carol what's up a leading opening the door and letting her in to deliver a package for example right but that's different than the amazon key service where you don't know it might be someone different around it is slightly different they're just letting them in um but you know amazon that's true that's true we know jeff jeff would never do anything to hurt us um but no so you know the ability to unlock your door on the fly from anywhere as cool but even better is you know if you're someone who had who expect a liveries or has a dog walker or has you know any any one that comes sometimes but on a schedule someone who cleans your home for example you can say you know when soandso comes to my front door allow it to be open between the hours of two pm and four pm and any other time that they show up it won't automatically open for them so you can give people virtual keys and not just makes things easier you know with life in general so does it work via smartphone code like how does or it will be boot so they would have an app on their phone without bluetooth um and it would recognize their specific device you can also give them a virtual pin code and their pin coq could only work during certain hours till they walk up to your door and they type in you know onetwothreefour and it knows based on pin code wit is and when they're allowed to use the code or not so it's just more for convenience sake um when it's you and you have your own you're the owner of the home and you when it senses me walk up to my front door just automatically unlocks the door for me so that is smart locks and smart doorbell cameras so that's the august smart lock ham looking at argus august smart lock perot it's two hundred thirty dollars i am the smarter doorlock has a hundred and fifty dollars did you need professional installers to do this arrival thought i would i suck i suck at anything that salient n now the thing handy handy anything i'm terrible yes um yet the.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Okay you're not gonna salvi chicken nuggets will then sell me two hundred hash browns he'll show them right yeah exactly why he had to go through the drive through four times i don't know because it says that he ordered the two hundred asked rounds on the second trip so that why did he leaving come back to drive through again there were ready certainly pick them up and that police were called mcdowell's with a man was allegedly found still waiting for his hash browns in his car intoxicated so do you think what happened is the mcdonald's person at the drive through thought well this guy clearly isn't going to pay for two hundred thirty dollars rashed round than he looked drunk so let's just call the police on him maybe i would assume sows obviously unhappy when fourtime something off subbing is definitely off yep so as i mentioned not yours reboot 43 dick yet overkill he was he was charged with though with the driving while intoxicated driver's license suspended he faces court on november thirty it but it's also funny to me that he was in the mood for chicken nuggets what was the fought process that led him to two hundred hash crowds i don't know a lot of questions don't have adequate the inla in the mcdonald's world today i feel like being you should start being a reporter yeah you should sardine reporter and take the smaller story the better because those people just don't care about those stories and then really do like a thousand pages on that mcdonald's story i weigh in feed the light for ray reporters coming out through the ranks like they can really look tnb like fact highest thorough eggs hacked filibusters would never be finished though i don't have any more questions after reading that has very early the problem is there is a deadline usually that they have to turn it he had by you know by eleven pm or something to the unit get it published and could do that and i just i don't i think my the problem with me doing that job was my stories would never end yellen ever be ready to publish because now i need to know everything about this guy like his background his parents and his history is genealogy.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Area there you know they have a pumpkin patch on the river walk now downtown chicago mayor yeah no wise one of the river wants yesterday it's a great lock drought great picture know you just go there and throw a pumpkins in the river rigs they look ahead get rid of obamacare here's ahead warning and all the kids scream i could see you do in fact like hey you're pumpkin zero look kids what's that those funds smashing pumpkins there's a lot of funding caps there's glen how is there to do there's there's that eight i went to a pumpkin patch once in they had a pumpkin launcher it was awesome like a potato launcher but have big enough to launch pumpkin and pay races and you get to ride on a tractor and then they take you did apple fields and get to obstacle apple picking so slow from plus you get to where you're flannel which i'm sure you know you bought jared exactly that you pay two hundred thirty dollars for to drink side earn doughnuts and in flavored every hey did you bring the five decider obviously why would you ask me something saddam is that what you put an ascetic new are they do they put any they've put vakhin anything who's this day that's you which and kyrie the fourth they ended up alert row see got is he that's what happened you're at the winery and then you're like be fun so we were on our way to the apple orchard and we ran into a really mlynar it yeah and then.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on 3D Printing Today
"Which i guess a something of a compliment that's all well who've over fruit for just for the files how do we not just the file brent them i know i've got a fully printed model i'd be happy if somebody on two hundred thirty dollars or not that i would make you another one for that for a city print them i don't know there was no evidence of anybody having printed them the only photographs that he was using on this on this listing were my own of that he had rigging even printed he didn't even printed no and it actually at ashley has you know the initial version of it i put my last name as an in laying the head stock 'cause i thought that was cool and edits all the photographs of cia its own cash so anyways so see teacher dealing with cd traders kinda interesting because um in order to a report something they have over a report lang in order report something you have to have an account on the site which was kind of a pain in the aspirations for understand yo you could yosemite good enterprising tinder just write a report bought gora report everything just you know to be hill funny um so okay they wanna make you know actually register so they know who you are here so i uh i registered in and said the may a curt note um and the interesting thing is after i reported it i i went back to put a uh a you'll put a comment on the on the page saying hey joe doofus you can don't pay for this you can get it for free unthinking i out i i went back to look for it and it was gone yeah yeah so ashley were just the very act reporting it presumably put it is some sort of review process.
"two hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on The 3:59
"The three groups and then fox rubin the ems on echo family keeps getting bigger the online retail giant reduce the echo show a smart speaker that now quote a sevenpage touch creed it will cost two hundred thirty dollars but you're the scoop while this before so gives the detailed what does this vow why should i care so it's basically a giant phone for your kitchen counter i think that's that's what our headline wise and i was i was pretty happy with that because this is this is essentially a way for amazon to get you to use your echo even more maybe it will improve discovery voice shopping different things like that i can also like watching youtube on it so it's kind of like the bringing back the idea of you know like a kitchen counter tv yeah yeah yeah you say that because i was at a friend's place this weekend and i noticed like me they had an ipad now to to a stand all the kitchen the basic rises to look recipes watch videos feel like the the echo show is really take that place read it is yeah i mean like that's it centrally maybe it's like a slightly better version of that or i slightly worse if you don't like how big it is it does look a little let's let's talk about that because it's look up i'll just be straight with it looks ugly yeah i mean like a lotta people were trashing leaked images of this last week and they were saying you know you gotta be kidding me this thing really does not it looks like something from like the ninety down or whatever i mean like.