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"I'm rich trophy. Nikkei Asia sources say Nintendo expects switch sales to decrease 10% from its fiscal 2021 estimated at around 20 million units in 2022. Demand for the console remains solid, but semiconductor shortage and logistics disruptions have hampered production. Switch sales peaked in Nintendo's fiscal 2020 with 28.83 million units. The European Commission charged apple with abusing its dominant market position with Apple Pay, taking issue with Apple preventing other mobile wallet app developers from accessing NFC and other relevant hardware. If found guilty, applewood phase of fine linked to how much it charges for its mobile wallet services. Intel CEO pat gelsinger said the company believes the ongoing semiconductor shortage will drift into 2024. Intel previously estimated the shortage would ease next year, but gelsinger said the shortages have impacted chip making equipment, making ramping up new factories more challenging. The video electronics standards association or Visa announced new performance standards for variable refresh rate displays. Visa added the adaptive sync specification for variable refresh rate capabilities in DisplayPort monitors back in 2014. These new standards are meant to certify a monitor proficiency implements it. The adaptive sync standard is meant for high end gaming displays while the media sync standard has lower tolerances for media consumption. Apple published a developer update clarifying its policy on removing outdated apps. Apple remove apps that have not been updated in three years and which have not been downloaded at all or extremely few times during a rolling 12 month period. Apple will email developers about apps facing removal, giving them 90 days to update the app or appeal the decision. 9 to 5 Google sources say the upcoming Google pixel watch will contain a 300 milliamp hour battery and will include models with cellular connectivity. 9 to 5 Google node Samsung's galaxy watch four includes a 247 milliamp hour battery, and is quoted with a 40 hour runtime using wear OS three. LEGO CEO nels Christensen said the company plans to triple its number of software engineers to 1800 and increased software investments to several hundreds of billions of dollars. The company said one possibility with this increased investment could be to start building our own games. The Wall Street Journal sources say that from 2017 through 2020, precise location data on millions of grindr users were collected from a digital ad network and offered for sale. This data did not include personal information like names or phone numbers. Grindr cut off the flow of location data to add networks in 2020, but historical data may still be obtainable. The Spanish government announced that mobile phones belonging to prime minister Pedro Sanchez and defense minister margarita robles were both infected in mid 2021 with NSO group's Pegasus surveillance software. Last month, citizen lab reported that dozens of pro independence catalent figures in Spain were targeted with Pegasus software as well. And as though maintains Pegasus is used by foreign government clients to target serious criminals. During its earnings call, Qualcomm's CEO christiane almond said the company expects arm based Windows laptops using technology from the company nu via in retail channels by late 2023. Former Apple SOC engineers founded Nubia to build arm based server chips and Qualcomm acquired the company in early 2021..

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"Than two thousand in the coming weeks after express. Delivery slots will be available. When tradition delivery isn't available same day or even days out but Walmart says it will not pushback standard delivery orders to make capacity for express a new survey conducted by the University of Maryland and The Washington. Post finds that nearly three in five. Americans are either unable or unwilling to use Google. And Apple's new Cova nineteen infection alert systems currently in development which may impact the effectiveness of the eighty two percent of surveyed Americans who have smartphones around fifty percent. Say they definitely or probably would use such an APP. Willingness Among those reporting they're worried about getting sick is obviously higher fifty nine percent of survey respondents said they would be comfortable using the APP to broadcast to others if they did test positive for covert nineteen. A REASON STUDY BY EPIDEMIOLOGISTS AT OXFORD UNIVERSITY. Estimated that sixty percent of an areas general population would need to use contact tracing APPs that notify users of exposure along with other tactics such a broader testing and quarantining those vulnerable people in order for the APP to effectively contain the virus started allowing some contract content reviewers to return to work in its content review centers in San Francisco and Austin returning to work is voluntary and offices will have reduced capacity. Returning Contractors will also be given personal protective equipment and have their temperature checked. At the beginning of the shift officers will be deep cleaned. At the end of shifts EPA Games announced the cancellation of the twenty two thousand Fortnight World Cup setting the limitations of Cross region online competition. Making it impossible. The company will continue to support third party events but these and all other first. Party fortinet events will remain online until further notice in an interview with CNBC. Xbox chief Phil Spencer said the launch of the xbox series X is still on schedule for a holiday twenty twenty release but that game production was a bigger unknown some titles for the Council like wasteland three mine craft dungeons have already been delayed to work disruptions from Kovic nineteen with Halo Infinite. The only first party title confirmed a launch with the xbox series Ex Microsoft is hosting an online event next week to highlight third party games for the Console. Microsoft also open registration for its virtual build conference making registration free for all attendees. The event will feature opening remarks by CEO such and Adela the usual keynotes to start the conference with a forty eight hour. Workshop streamed on twitch before our event will start may nineteenth at eight. Am Pacific Time. The in person build conference required a two thousand three hundred ninety five dollars entry fee last year in Q. One APP reported earnings per share of two dollars and fifty five cents on revenue of fifty eight point. Three one billion dollars beating analysts expectations. The beat was buoyed by strong sales and services and wearables services revenue increased sixteen point five percent to thirteen point four billion dollars with CEO. Tim Cook sitting that. The company will meet its goal of Doubling Twenty Sixteenth Services Revenue in twenty twenty according to CFO. Luca Masonry Apple Music and cloud services set revenue records in the quarter with strong double digit paid subscriber growth for Apple. Tv Plus Apple Arcade and Apple News Plus wearables revenue increase twenty percent of the year to six point. Three Billion Dollars IPHONE IPAD and MAC sales decreased seven ten and three percent respectively Amazon reported. It earned five dollars. One cents per share in q one on revenue of seventy five point five billion dollars missing on analyst earnings estimates of six dollars and twenty five cents per share. Aws revenue grew thirty three percent of the year to ten billion dollars subscription revenue that includes prime and Amazon video increased twenty eight percent to five point five six billion dollars while other revenue which mostly includes ad revenue increased forty four percent to three point nine one billion dollars on the earnings call. Amazon. Ceo Jeff bezos said. The company will take it's estimated Q. Two four billion dollar operating profit on Cova nineteen related expenses like getting products to customers and keeping employees safe of this Amazon said. Three hundred million dollars will be invested in the company Cove Nineteen testing capabilities. The company also announced it obtained one hundred million facemasks that will required for all associates drivers and support staff as well as one thousand thermal cameras and thirty one thousand thermometers to do mandatory daily temperature checks for frontline workers read. It's vice president of product community. Alex Lee announced that the company rolled back the release of its start channing feature which was just released on April thirtieth Lee said it several areas with launch including a Bug. That would show a start chatting button on all subsets. Even those not part of the initial rollout. Lee also said that read it we'll give moderators the ability to opt out of having the feature appear in their communities in a statement to the verge read so that they will reassess. Rolla plan and evolve the product to meet the needs of our community. The Video Electronics Standards Association or visa issued the SPEC for display port mode two point. Oh let's US before sport two point. Oh functions which include four K. displays at one hundred forty four hertz with hd are AK displays at sixty hertz with hd are and sixteen k displays at sixty hertz with compression devices that support display port two point. Oh should start arriving next year. The board of I can voted to reject the sale of the DOT Org Registry to ethos capital sending concerns on. How ethos would use the registry to pay down the three hundred million dollars in debt? The acquisition would require the Internet society currently manages the Public Internet registry and announced plans for the sale back in November. The deal also face scrutiny from California Attorney General Heavier Sarah as well as several. It and founding members.

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12:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Some of you told me directly by email. This would never happen. Facebook began rolling out. Its image transfer tool in the US and Canada letting users transfer their images to google photos out of facebook. The tool originally launched in Ireland in December. Last year's part of facebook's work with the data transfer project facebook says that once the tool rolls out globally facebook will work to enable transferring images to Microsoft apple twitter and other companies that join the data transfer program analysts at trend force found that global smartphone production and key one fell ten percent on the year to roughly two hundred eighty million units. The firm predicts a sixteen point five percent drop on the year for Q two which would be the largest decline in a quarter of the top. Six global smartphone manufacturers. Only Vivo increased production volume in the quarter up. Five point five percent on the year to twenty three million units and its earnings called. Quantum says it expects a thirty percent reduction in handset shipments for the quarter ending June but doesn't forecast to change in demand for five G. Handset Equipment. Facebook has started allowing some content a contract current contract content. Reviewers easy for me to say to return to work in. Its content reviews enters in San Francisco and Austin Texas. Returning to work is voluntary and offices have reduced capacity. Returning Contractors will also be given personal protective equipment and have their temperatures checked at the beginning of their shift. Offices will be deep cleaned at the end of their shifts. Which considering the stuff they have to look at the Video Electronics Standards Association or visa issued the specs for display port outmoded to point out this. Let's USB four connections are USB connections under the US before SPEC offer display port two point Oh functions that includes four K. displays at one hundred forty forty hertz with hd are eight K. displays at sixty hertz with hd are and sixteen k displays at sixty hertz with compression devices that support display port all mode. Two Point Oh should start. Arriving next year I was when we start talking about sixteen K. I guess. Today's Today Intel announced its new tenth Jen. Desktop processors code named Comet Lake the Fifth Iteration of the company Sky Lake Micro Art architecture and built on a fourteen nanometer process and these chips are made on a seven nanometer process. So Intel is obviously going to emphasize its clock. Speed advantage over. Amd's cords and efficiency until announced thirty two processors with the top line. I nine ten nine hundred K. Including TEN CORES. Twenty threads a base block a three point seven. Gigahertz with a thermal velocity boost clock up to five point three gigahertz in its earnings call. Wednesday Microsoft noted that it has seen quote two years worth of digital transformation into months and quote Microsoft also said it it's Microsoft teams users have grown from forty four million last month to seventy five million daily active users. This month teams also had two hundred million meeting participants in a single day. Compared to zooms three hundred million meeting. Participants Zoom has not announced an active user count. Meanwhile and other Microsoft News gaming revenue rose two percent but xbox live users rose ninety million. An xbox game pass reach ten million subscribers. Microsoft also announced that it will streaming announcement and demo the xbox series x gameplay on May Seventh at eleven am eastern time couple of earnings Announcements COMING UP. Right as we're doing the show so we'll have more context for them tomorrow. But apple announced financial results for q two covering the period between January one and March thirty first revenue of fifty eight point. Three billion dollars up slightly over last year so the March quarter like we have been seeing with other tech. Companies did not adversely impact apple as much as many had feared. Amazon also released their second quarter operating income but it was below estimates the company forecast operating income in the range of a loss of one point. Five billion dollars in profit of one point five billion dollars An analysts were expecting operating income of three point. Eight billion dollars So I I think people were just more bullish on Amazon because all the sales and delivery and they didn't quite meet those expectations again. We'll talk about that in a little more detail tomorrow. Let's talk a little more right now. About twitter you know. Speaking of quarterly earnings reports twitter beat expectations on q one as revenue rose three percent on the year and it lost a penny share. Twitter's monetize daily users grew twenty four percent to an all-time high of one hundred sixty six million beating estimates by about two million twitter said ad revenue declined twenty seven percent year over year between March eleventh and March thirty first and CFO. Ned Siegel said that. It's a sign of what the company has seen in April. Twitter SAYS AD sales rebounded in Asia and twitter plans or at least tools earlier than planned for direct response ads which are attractive to gain an APP makers who are continuing to advertise. Twitter will limit hiring to product development research and user support. Yeah this is pretty good for twitter. Honestly it says. Look we're seeing the same. Add drop off in March that everybody else did facebook said they thought it was stabilizing April twitter. A little less confident also a little less detailed saying we're able to look pretty much like March but maybe that's another definition of stabilized but mostly what it is is twitter said. Yeah people turn to us for news and right now. Everybody wants more news so more people turn to us now on twitter. I you know I I know. People use twitter a lot of different ways my twitter use. Gosh a few years ago was way higher than it has been until very recently it is especially because the news is very swift these days and things are you know coming out as quick. I can see why maybe those who had dipped twitter usage are not necessarily refreshing their pages every five seconds but but usage is up because it does work well in breaking news situations. We're all GonNa see what happens to this ad game and it really depends on where the economy is. A new survey conducted by the University of Maryland in the Washington. Post finds that nearly three in five. Americans are either unable or unwilling to use Google. Apple's new Cobra nineteen infection alert system which is currently in development which may impact the APPs effectiveness. 'cause you need people to be there or be able to use it of the eighty two percent of surveyed Americans who have smartphones around fifty percent of them said they definitely were well. He's probably would use such an APP. Willingness Among those reporting that they are already worried about getting sick obviously higher fifty nine percent of survey respondents said that they would be comfortable using the APP to broadcast to others if indeed did test positive for covered. Nineteen a recent study by epidemiologists at Oxford University. Estimated that sixty percent of any area is general population would need to use a contact tracing app such as this that notifies users of exposure along with tactics rotter testing quarantining of the most vulnerable people vulnerable people for example in order for the APP to effectively contain virus end and and support numbers going down. Yeah we we`ve. We've hammered this point over and over. You need comprehensive testing and you need manual contact. Tracing the APP is a way to help. Bolster the contact tracing and I think this is a psychological reaction. There is there is a definitely a deployment issue of the eighteen percent. Who Don't have smartphones. What do you do about those people? Do you issue them possible wristbands or or does the state provides some limited devices. That's what's been happening in some other countries. That's a problem that needs to be solved but the largest number of them is just getting people who have the devices to turn it on and I am. Well convinced that this is a reasonably privacy protecting initiative of apple and Google. And we've gone over why that is and how it's on device it's encrypted it's anonymous. It's really difficult. Even if they didn't turn this off for it to be misused and yet when I think will I pick up my phone and will I say yes track me. I get a gut reaction that I don't WanNa do it. Even though up here in my head I reasonably know that this is a very good thing that it's necessary to protect people. There's just an emotional reaction to this of like. Yeah but what do I you know? I'd rather not. Maybe if I don't have to use ultimately that's going to be the the question and whether or not the there is a push by the government to either incentivize people putting this turning this on Mandating in in some cases some governments have taken different positions I agree that the solution is about as elegant as you're going to get this kind of tracking but I'm with you it. There's just something about even this particularly gilded a pathway that I just just has a chill run up my back be it a totally irrational one. Yeah it's hard overhead right like it's not it's not that I don't understand that. This is like tighter than any other behavior. I already do like. I'm already tracked way more by just surfing the web. Then I will be by this contact tracing APP and yet there's that part of me that's like I should force myself to do this because I just. I don't know there's an emotional reaction of like because it's a disease and because it's called tracking even if that's not the official name. I don't know there's there's something about it that they're going to have to overcome and I think part of it may be these starts. Show the benefits even though you need sixty percent for ideal operation twenty percent is better than none and if they start to show like hey were able to isolate people more and we're able to have these benefits. Maybe they'll start showing people that participating is helpful and that will start to get people more on board in deed ready announce a new. I got something. I A tech Entrepreneur Zak Edwards wrote a medium post showing several sites. Send Email addresses to third party advertising and analytics companies during user. Sign Up Google. Facebook and twitter. Advertising units are among those who have received email addresses through this mechanism. This is an honest mistake although once you realize it's a mistake whether you fix it or not could reveal whether you're honest or not. Java scrip- loaded on many pages collects information like your browser type device etc. Some of it's benign analytics. Like how many people are on fire? Fox we WANNA know some of it is for targeting purposes. And that's where fingerprinting comes in like well. We don't know the person we didn't set a cookie but maybe we can figure out who they are. By the profile of what devices they use etc a refer field has been used since the nineties on the web that gives anybody the URL prior to the page. The script is loaded on. This is essential for understanding behavior again for benign purposes for performance purposes but in situations where users clicking on email confirmation link in other words like you've signed up they send you a link. Click this link to prove its you which is perfectly normal. The user's email address may be included in the URL. You're clicking and therefore in the referral you are l. that is reported therefore accidentally sharing your email with any third party that gets the referring. Url. That's why I say like this could be one hand not knowing what the other is doing. Like oh that email shouldn't have been in the referring url and the person who wrote that was like I didn't think about it showing up in the referral but once you know that do you report it as a third party. And say hey. I'm getting this information. I shouldn't do you go the other way and like. Hey I've got this great information. I'm going to start gleaning it and gathering it and storing it. And if you're the company that's doing this do you fix it? Zach. Edward says that wish dot Com mail chimp and the Washington Post took action to remedy the problem quickly when he alerted them about it. In fact he gave wish dot com extra points for quickness. Qube says it has fixed the problem. That's what you're going to see all the headlines about but Edward. Says he can't verify that they have he's like I don't see the fix that they're talking about an jetblue hasn't even acknowledged that the problem exists also growing child magazine Democratic data broker N. G. P. A. N. DOT COM and every action dot.

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"Some of you told me directly by email. This would never happen. Facebook began rolling out. Its image transfer tool in the US and Canada letting users transfer their images to google photos out of facebook. The tool originally launched in Ireland in December. Last year's part of facebook's work with the data transfer project facebook says that once the tool rolls out globally facebook will work to enable transferring images to Microsoft apple twitter and other companies that join the data transfer program analysts at trend force found that global smartphone production and key one fell ten percent on the year to roughly two hundred eighty million units. The firm predicts a sixteen point five percent drop on the year for Q two which would be the largest decline in a quarter of the top. Six global smartphone manufacturers. Only Vivo increased production volume in the quarter up. Five point five percent on the year to twenty three million units and its earnings called. Quantum says it expects a thirty percent reduction in handset shipments for the quarter ending June but doesn't forecast to change in demand for five G. Handset Equipment. Facebook has started allowing some content a contract current contract content. Reviewers easy for me to say to return to work in. Its content reviews enters in San Francisco and Austin Texas. Returning to work is voluntary and offices have reduced capacity. Returning Contractors will also be given personal protective equipment and have their temperatures checked at the beginning of their shift. Offices will be deep cleaned at the end of their shifts. Which considering the stuff they have to look at rob appropriate? The Video Electronics Standards Association or visa issued the specs for display port outmoded. To point out this let's USB four connections are USB connections under the US before SPEC offer display port two point Oh functions that includes four K. displays at one hundred forty forty hertz with hd are eight K. displays at sixty hertz with hd are and sixteen k displays at sixty hertz with compression devices that support display port all mode two point. Oh should start arriving next year. I was when we start talking about sixteen K. I guess. Today's Today Intel announced its new tenth Jen. Desktop processors code named Comet Lake the Fifth Iteration of the company Sky Lake Micro Art architecture and built on a fourteen nanometer process and these chips are made on a seven nanometer process. So Intel is obviously going to emphasize its clock. Speed advantage over. Amd's cords and efficiency until announced thirty two processors with the top line. I nine ten nine hundred K. Including TEN CORES. Twenty threads a base block a three point seven. Gigahertz with a thermal velocity boost clock up to five point three gigahertz in its earnings call. Wednesday Microsoft noted that it has seen quote two years worth of digital transformation into months and quote Microsoft also said it it's Microsoft teams users have grown from forty four million last month to seventy five million daily active users. This month teams also had two hundred million meeting participants in a single day. Compared to zooms three hundred million meeting. Participants Zoom has not announced an active user count. Meanwhile and other Microsoft News gaming revenue rose two percent but xbox live users rose ninety million. An xbox game pass reach ten million subscribers. Microsoft also announced that it will streaming announcement and demo the xbox series x gameplay on May Seventh at eleven am eastern time couple of earnings Announcements COMING UP. Right as we're doing the show so we'll have more context for them tomorrow. But apple announced financial results for q two covering the period between January one and March thirty first revenue of fifty eight point. Three billion dollars up slightly over last year so the March quarter like we have been seeing with other tech. Companies did not adversely impact apple as much as many had feared. Amazon also released their second quarter operating income but it was below estimates the company forecast operating income in the range of a loss of one point. Five billion dollars in profit of one point five billion dollars An analysts were expecting operating income of three point. Eight billion dollars So I I think people were just more bullish on Amazon because all the sales and delivery and they didn't quite meet those expectations again. We'll talk about that in a little more detail tomorrow. Let's talk a little more right now. About twitter you know. Speaking of quarterly earnings reports twitter beat expectations on q one as revenue rose three percent on the year and it lost a penny share. Twitter's monetize daily users grew twenty four percent to an all-time high of one hundred sixty six million beating estimates by about two million twitter said ad revenue declined twenty seven percent year over year between March eleventh and March thirty first and CFO. Ned Siegel said that. It's a sign of what the company has seen in April. Twitter SAYS AD sales rebounded in Asia and twitter plans or at least tools earlier than planned for direct response ads which are attractive to gain an APP makers who are continuing to advertise. Twitter will limit hiring to product development research and user support. Yeah this is pretty good for twitter. Honestly it says. Look we're seeing the same. Add drop off in March that everybody else did facebook said they thought it was stabilizing April twitter. A little less confident also a little less detailed saying we're able to look pretty much like March but maybe that's another definition of stabilized but mostly what it is is twitter said. Yeah people turn to us for news and right now. Everybody wants more news so more people turn to us now on twitter. I you know I I know. People use twitter a lot of different ways my twitter use. Gosh a few years ago was way higher than it has been until very recently it is especially because the news is very swift these days and things are you know coming out as quick. I can see why maybe those who had dipped twitter usage are not necessarily refreshing their pages every five seconds but but usage is up because it does work well in breaking news situations. We're all GonNa see what happens to this ad game and it really depends on where the economy is. A new survey conducted by the University of Maryland in the Washington. Post finds that nearly three in five. Americans are either unable or unwilling to use Google and Apple's new Cobra nineteen infection alert system which is currently in development which may impact the APPs effectiveness. 'cause you need people to be there or be able to use it of the eighty two percent of surveyed Americans who have smartphones around fifty percent of them said they definitely were well. He's probably would use such an APP. Willingness Among those reporting that they are already worried about getting sick obviously higher fifty nine percent of survey respondents said that they would be comfortable using the APP to broadcast to others if indeed did test positive for covered nineteen a recent study by epidemiologists at Oxford University. Estimated that sixty percent of any area is general population would need to use a contact tracing app such as this that notifies users of exposure along with tactics rotter testing quarantining of the most vulnerable people vulnerable people for example in order for the APP to effectively contain virus end and and support numbers going down. Yeah we we`ve. We've hammered this point over and over. You need comprehensive testing and you need manual contact. Tracing the APP is a way to help. Bolster the contact tracing and I think this is a psychological reaction. There is there is a definitely a deployment issue of the eighteen percent. Who Don't have smartphones. What do you do about those people? Do you issue them possible wristbands or or does the state provides some limited devices. That's what's been happening in some other countries. That's a problem that needs to be solved but the largest number of them is just getting people who have the devices to turn it on and I am. Well convinced that this is a reasonably privacy protecting initiative of apple and Google. And we've gone over why that is and how it's on device it's encrypted it's anonymous. It's really difficult. Even if they didn't turn this off for it to be misused and yet when I think will I pick up my phone and will I say yes track me. I get a gut reaction that I don't WanNa do it. Even though up here in my head I reasonably know that this is a very good thing that it's necessary to protect people. There's just an emotional reaction to this of like. Yeah but what do I you know? I'd rather not. Maybe if I don't have to use ultimately that's going to be the the question and whether or not the there is a push by the government to either incentivize people putting this turning this on Mandating in in some cases some governments have taken different positions I agree that the solution is about as elegant as you're going to get this kind of tracking but I'm with you it. There's just something about even this particularly gilded a pathway that I just just has a chill run up my back be it a totally irrational one. Yeah it's hard overhead right like it's not it's not that I don't understand that. This is like tighter than any other behavior. I already do like. I'm already tracked way more by just surfing the web. Then I will be by this contact tracing APP and yet there's that part of me that's like I should force myself to do this because I just. I don't know there's an emotional reaction of like because it's a disease and because it's called tracking even if that's not the official name. I don't know there's there's something about it that they're going to have to overcome and I think part of it may be these starts. Show the benefits even though you need sixty percent for ideal operation twenty percent is better than none and if they start to show like hey were able to isolate people more and we're able to have these benefits. Maybe they'll start showing people that participating is helpful and that will start to get people more on board in deed ready announce a new. I got something. I A tech Entrepreneur Zak Edwards wrote a medium post showing several sites. Send Email addresses to third party advertising and analytics companies during user. Sign Up Google. Facebook and twitter. Advertising units are among those who have received email addresses through this mechanism. This is an honest mistake although once you realize it's a mistake whether you fix it or not could reveal whether you're honest or not. Java scrip- loaded on many pages collects information like your browser type device etc. Some of it's benign analytics. Like how many people are on fire? Fox we WANNA know some of it is for targeting purposes. And that's where fingerprinting comes in like well. We don't know the person we didn't set a cookie but maybe we can figure out who they are. By the profile of what devices they use etc a refer field has been used since the nineties on the web that gives anybody the URL prior to the page. The script is loaded on. This is essential for understanding behavior again for benign purposes for performance purposes but in situations where users clicking on email confirmation link in other words like you've signed up they send you a link. Click this link to prove its you which is perfectly normal. The user's email address may be included in the URL. You're clicking and therefore in the referral you are l. that is reported therefore accidentally sharing your email with any third party that gets the referring. Url. That's why I say like this could be one hand not knowing what the other is doing. Like oh that email shouldn't have been in the referring url and the person who wrote that was like I didn't think about it showing up in the referral but once you know that do you report it as a third party. And say hey. I'm getting this information. I shouldn't do you go the other way and like. Hey I've got this great information. I'm going to start gleaning it and gathering it and storing it. And if you're the company that's doing this do you fix it? Zach. Edward says that wish dot Com mail chimp and the Washington Post took action to remedy the problem quickly when he alerted them about it. In fact he gave wish dot com extra points for quickness. Qube says it has fixed the problem. That's what you're going to see all the headlines about but Edward Says he can't verify that they have he's like I don't see the fix that they're talking about an jetblue hasn't even acknowledged that the problem exists also growing child magazine Democratic data broker N. G. P. A. N. DOT COM and every action dot.

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"Some of you told me directly by email. This would never happen. Facebook began rolling out. Its image transfer tool in the US and Canada letting users transfer their images to google photos out of facebook. The tool originally launched in Ireland in December. Last year's part of facebook's work with the data transfer project facebook says that once the tool rolls out globally facebook will work to enable transferring images to Microsoft apple twitter and other companies that join the data transfer program analysts at trend forest found that global smartphone production and key one fell ten percent on the year to roughly two hundred eighty million units. The firm predicts a sixteen point five percent drop on the year for Q two which would be the largest decline in a quarter of the top. Six global smartphone manufacturers. Only Vivo increased production volume in the quarter up. Five point five percent on the year to twenty three million units and its earnings called. Quantum says it expects a thirty percent reduction in handset shipments for the quarter ending June but doesn't forecast to change in demand for five G. Handset Equipment. Facebook has started allowing some content a contract current contract content. Reviewers easy for me to say to return to work in. Its content reviews enters in San Francisco and Austin Texas. Returning to work is voluntary and offices have reduced capacity. Returning Contractors will also be given personal protective equipment and have their temperatures checked at the beginning of their shift. Offices will be deep cleaned at the end of their shifts. Which considering the stuff they have to look at rob appropriate? The Video Electronics Standards Association or visa issued the specs for display port outmoded. To point out this let's USB four connections are USB connections under the US before SPEC offer display port two point Oh functions that includes four K. displays at one hundred forty forty hertz with hd are eight K. displays at sixty hertz with hd are and sixteen k displays at sixty hertz with compression devices that support display port all mode two point. Oh should start arriving next year. I was when we start talking about sixteen K. I guess. Today's Today Intel announced its new tenth Jen. Desktop processors code named Comet Lake the Fifth Iteration of the company Sky Lake Micro Art architecture and built on a fourteen nanometer process and these chips are made on a seven nanometer process. So Intel is obviously going to emphasize its clock. Speed advantage over. Amd's cords and efficiency until announced thirty two processors with the top line. I nine ten nine hundred K. Including TEN CORES. Twenty threads a base block a three point seven. Gigahertz with a thermal velocity boost clock up to five point three gigahertz in its earnings call. Wednesday Microsoft noted that it has seen quote two years worth of digital transformation into months and quote Microsoft also said it it's Microsoft teams users have grown from forty four million last month to seventy five million daily active users. This month teams also had two hundred million meeting participants in a single day. Compared to zooms three hundred million meeting. Participants Zoom has not announced an active user count. Meanwhile and other Microsoft News gaming revenue rose two percent but xbox live users rose ninety million. An xbox game pass reach ten million subscribers. Microsoft also announced that it will streaming announcement and demo the xbox series x gameplay on May Seventh at eleven am eastern time couple of earnings Announcements COMING UP. Right as we're doing the show so we'll have more context for them tomorrow. But apple announced financial results for q two covering the period between January one and March thirty first revenue of fifty eight point. Three billion dollars up slightly over last year so the March quarter like we have been seeing with other tech. Companies did not adversely impact apple as much as many had feared. Amazon also released their second quarter operating income but it was below estimates the company forecast operating income in the range of a loss of one point. Five billion dollars in profit of one point five billion dollars An analysts were expecting operating income of three point. Eight billion dollars So I I think people were just more bullish on Amazon because all the sales and delivery and they didn't quite meet those expectations again. We'll talk about that in a little more detail tomorrow. Let's talk a little more right now. About twitter you know. Speaking of quarterly earnings reports twitter beat expectations on q one as revenue rose three percent on the year and it lost a penny share. Twitter's monetize daily users grew twenty four percent to an all-time high of one hundred sixty six million beating estimates by about two million twitter said ad revenue declined twenty seven percent year over year between March eleventh and March thirty first and CFO. Ned Siegel said that. It's a sign of what the company has seen in April. Twitter SAYS AD sales rebounded in Asia and twitter plans or at least tools earlier than planned for direct response ads which are attractive to gain an APP makers who are continuing to advertise. Twitter will limit hiring to product development research and user support. Yeah this is pretty good for twitter. Honestly it says. Look we're seeing the same. Add drop off in March that everybody else did a facebook said they thought it was stabilizing April twitter. A little less confident also a little less detailed saying we're able to look pretty much like March but maybe that's another definition of stabilized but mostly what it is is twitter said. Yeah people turn to us for news and right now. Everybody wants more news so more people turn to us now on twitter. I you know I I know. People use twitter a lot of different ways my twitter use. Gosh a few years ago was way higher than it has been until very recently it is especially because the news is very swift these days and things are you know coming out as quick. I can see why maybe those who had dipped twitter usage are not necessarily refreshing their pages every five seconds but but usage is up because it does work well in breaking news situations. We're all GonNa see what happens to this ad game and it really depends on where the economy is. A new survey conducted by the University of Maryland in the Washington. Post finds that nearly three in five. Americans are either unable or unwilling to use Google and Apple's new Cobra nineteen infection alert system which is currently in development which may impact the APPs effectiveness. 'cause you need people to be there or be able to use it of the eighty two percent of surveyed Americans who have smartphones around fifty percent of them said they definitely were well. He's probably would use such an APP. Willingness Among those reporting that they are already worried about getting sick obviously higher fifty nine percent of survey respondents said that they would be comfortable using the APP to broadcast to others if indeed did test positive for covered nineteen a recent study by epidemiologists at Oxford University. Estimated that sixty percent of any area is general population would need to use a contact tracing app such as this that notifies users of exposure along with tactics rotter testing quarantining of the most vulnerable people vulnerable people for example in order for the APP to effectively contain virus end and and support numbers going down. Yeah we we`ve. We've hammered this point over and over. You need comprehensive testing and you need manual contact. Tracing the APP is a way to help. Bolster the contact tracing and I think this is a psychological reaction. There is there is a definitely a deployment issue of the eighteen percent. Who Don't have smartphones. What do you do about those people? Do you issue them possible wristbands or or does the state provides some limited devices. That's what's been happening in some other countries. That's a problem that needs to be solved but the largest number of them is just getting people who have the devices to turn it on and I am. Well convinced that this is a reasonably privacy protecting initiative of apple and Google. And we've gone over why that is and how it's on device it's encrypted it's anonymous. It's really difficult. Even if they didn't turn this off for it to be misused and yet when I think will I pick up my phone and will I say yes track me. I get a gut reaction that I don't WanNa do it. Even though up here in my head I reasonably know that this is a very good thing that it's necessary to protect people. There's just an emotional reaction to this of like. Yeah but what do I you know? I'd rather not. Maybe if I don't have to use ultimately that's going to be the the question and whether or not the there is a push by the government to either incentivize people putting this turning this on Mandating in in some cases some governments have taken different positions I agree that the solution is about as elegant as you're going to get this kind of tracking but I'm with you it. There's just something about even this particularly gilded a pathway that I just just has a chill run up my back be it a totally irrational one. Yeah it's hard overhead right like it's not it's not that I don't understand that. This is like tighter than any other behavior. I already do like. I'm already tracked way more by just surfing the web. Then I will be by this contact tracing APP and yet there's that part of me that's like I should force myself to do this because I just. I don't know there's an emotional reaction of like because it's a disease and because it's called tracking even if that's not the official name. I don't know there's there's something about it that they're going to have to overcome and I think part of it may be these starts. Show the benefits even though you need sixty percent for ideal operation twenty percent is better than none and if they start to show like hey were able to isolate people more and we're able to have these benefits. Maybe they'll start showing people that participating is helpful and that will start to get people more on board in deed ready announce a new. I got something. I A tech Entrepreneur Zak Edwards wrote a medium post showing several sites. Send Email addresses to third party advertising and analytics companies during user. Sign Up Google. Facebook and twitter. Advertising units are among those who have received email addresses through this mechanism. This is an honest mistake although once you realize it's a mistake whether you fix it or not could reveal whether you're honest or not. Java scrip- loaded on many pages collects information like your browser type device etc. Some of it's benign analytics. Like how many people are on fire? Fox we WANNA know some of it is for targeting purposes. And that's where fingerprinting comes in like well. We don't know the person we didn't set a cookie but maybe we can figure out who they are. By the profile of what devices they use etc a refer field has been used since the nineties on the web that gives anybody the URL prior to the page. The script is loaded on. This is essential for understanding behavior again for benign purposes for performance purposes but in situations where users clicking on email confirmation link in other words like you've signed up they send you a link. Click this link to prove its you which is perfectly normal. The user's email address may be included in the URL. You're clicking and therefore in the referral you are l. that is reported therefore accidentally sharing your email with any third party that gets the referring. Url. That's why I say like this could be one hand not knowing what the other is doing. Like oh that email shouldn't have been in the referring url and the person who wrote that was like I didn't think about it showing up in the referral but once you know that do you report it as a third party. And say hey. I'm getting this information. I shouldn't do you go the other way and like. Hey I've got this great information. I'm going to start gleaning it and gathering it and storing it. And if you're the company that's doing this do you fix it? Zach. Edward says that wish dot Com mail chimp and the Washington Post took action to remedy the problem quickly when he alerted them about it. In fact he gave wish dot com extra points for quickness. Qube says it has fixed the problem. That's what you're going to see all the headlines about but Edward. Says he can't verify that they have he's like I don't see the fix that they're talking about an jetblue hasn't even acknowledged that the problem exists also growing child magazine Democratic data broker N. G. P. A. N. DOT COM and every action dot.

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"Some of you told me directly by email. This would never happen. Facebook began rolling out. Its image transfer tool in the US and Canada letting users transfer their images to google photos out of facebook. The tool originally launched in Ireland in December. Last year's part of facebook's work with the data transfer project facebook says that once the tool rolls out globally facebook will work to enable transferring images to Microsoft apple twitter and other companies that join the data transfer program analysts at trend forest found that global smartphone production and key one fell ten percent on the year to roughly two hundred eighty million units. The firm predicts a sixteen point five percent drop on the year for Q two which would be the largest decline in a quarter of the top. Six global smartphone manufacturers. Only Vivo increased production volume in the quarter up. Five point five percent on the year to twenty three million units and its earnings called. Quantum says it expects a thirty percent reduction in handset shipments for the quarter ending June but doesn't forecast to change in demand for five G. Handset Equipment. Facebook has started allowing some content a contract current contract content. Reviewers easy for me to say to return to work in. Its content reviews enters in San Francisco and Austin Texas. Returning to work is voluntary and offices have reduced capacity. Returning Contractors will also be given personal protective equipment and have their temperatures checked at the beginning of their shift. Offices will be deep cleaned at the end of their shifts. Which considering the stuff they have to look at rob appropriate? The Video Electronics Standards Association or visa issued the specs for display port outmoded. To point out this let's USB four connections are USB connections under the US before SPEC offer display port two point Oh functions that includes four K. displays at one hundred forty forty hertz with hd are eight K. displays at sixty hertz with hd are and sixteen k displays at sixty hertz with compression devices that support display port all mode two point. Oh should start arriving next year. I was when we start talking about sixteen K. I guess. Today's Today Intel announced its new tenth Jen. Desktop processors code named Comet Lake the Fifth Iteration of the company Sky Lake Micro Art architecture and built on a fourteen nanometer process and these chips are made on a seven nanometer process. So Intel is obviously going to emphasize its clock. Speed advantage over. Amd's cords and efficiency until announced thirty two processors with the top line. I nine ten nine hundred K. Including TEN CORES. Twenty threads a base block a three point seven. Gigahertz with a thermal velocity boost clock up to five point three gigahertz in its earnings call. Wednesday Microsoft noted that it has seen quote two years worth of digital transformation into months and quote Microsoft also said it it's Microsoft teams users have grown from forty four million last month to seventy five million daily active users. This month teams also had two hundred million meeting participants in a single day. Compared to zooms three hundred million meeting. Participants Zoom has not announced an active user count. Meanwhile and other Microsoft News gaming revenue rose two percent but xbox live users rose ninety million. An xbox game pass reach ten million subscribers. Microsoft also announced that it will streaming announcement and demo the xbox series x gameplay on May Seventh at eleven am eastern time couple of earnings Announcements COMING UP. Right as we're doing the show so we'll have more context for them tomorrow. But apple announced financial results for q two covering the period between January one and March thirty first revenue of fifty eight point. Three billion dollars up slightly over last year so the March quarter like we have been seeing with other tech. Companies did not adversely impact apple as much as many had feared. Amazon also released their second quarter operating income but it was below estimates the company forecast operating income in the range of a loss of one point. Five billion dollars in profit of one point five billion dollars An analysts were expecting operating income of three point. Eight billion dollars So I I think people were just more bullish on Amazon because all the sales and delivery and they didn't quite meet those expectations again. We'll talk about that in a little more detail tomorrow. Let's talk a little more right now. About twitter you know. Speaking of quarterly earnings reports twitter beat expectations on q one as revenue rose three percent on the year and it lost a penny share. Twitter's monetize daily users grew twenty four percent to an all-time high of one hundred sixty six million beating estimates by about two million twitter said ad revenue declined twenty seven percent year over year between March eleventh and March thirty first and CFO. Ned Siegel said that. It's a sign of what the company has seen in April. Twitter SAYS AD sales rebounded in Asia and twitter plans or at least tools earlier than planned for direct response ads which are attractive to game an APP makers who are continuing to advertise. Twitter will limit hiring to product development research and user support. Yeah this is pretty good for twitter. Honestly it says. Look we're seeing the same. Add drop off in March that everybody else did a facebook said they thought it was stabilizing April twitter. A little less confident also a little less detailed saying we're able to look pretty much like March but maybe that's another definition of stabilized but mostly what it is is twitter said. Yeah people turn to us for news and right now. Everybody wants more news so more people turn to us now on twitter. I you know I I know. People use twitter a lot of different ways my twitter use. Gosh a few years ago was way higher than it has been until very recently it is especially because the news is very swift these days and things are you know coming out as quick. I can see why maybe those who had dipped twitter usage are not necessarily refreshing their pages every five seconds but but usage is up because it does work well in breaking news situations. We're all GonNa see what happens to this ad game and it really depends on where the economy is. A new survey conducted by the University of Maryland in the Washington. Post finds that nearly three in five. Americans are either unable or unwilling to use Google. Apple's new Cobra nineteen infection alert system which is currently in development which may impact the APPs effectiveness. 'cause you need people to be there or be able to use it of the eighty two percent of surveyed Americans who have smartphones around fifty percent of them said they definitely were well. He's probably would use such an APP. Willingness Among those reporting that they are already worried about getting sick obviously higher fifty nine percent of survey respondents said that they would be comfortable using the APP to broadcast to others if indeed did test positive for covered. Nineteen a recent study by epidemiologists at Oxford University. Estimated that sixty percent of any area is general population would need to use a contact tracing app such as this that notifies users of exposure along with tactics rotter testing quarantining of the most vulnerable people vulnerable people for example in order for the APP to effectively contain virus end and and support numbers going down. Yeah we we`ve. We've hammered this point over and over. You need comprehensive testing and you need manual contact. Tracing the APP is a way to help. Bolster the contact tracing and I think this is a psychological reaction. There is there is a definitely a deployment issue of the eighteen percent. Who Don't have smartphones. What do you do about those people? Do you issue them possible wristbands or or does the state provides some limited devices. That's what's been happening in some other countries. That's a problem that needs to be solved but the largest number of them is just getting people who have the devices to turn it on and I am. Well convinced that this is a reasonably privacy protecting initiative of apple and Google. And we've gone over why that is and how it's on device it's encrypted it's anonymous. It's really difficult. Even if they didn't turn this off for it to be misused and yet when I think will I pick up my phone and will I say yes track me. I get a gut reaction that I don't WanNa do it. Even though up here in my head I reasonably know that this is a very good thing that it's necessary to protect people. There's just an emotional reaction to this of like. Yeah but what do I you know? I'd rather not. Maybe if I don't have to use ultimately that's going to be the the question and whether or not the there is a push by the government to either incentivize people putting this turning this on Mandating in in some cases some governments have taken different positions I agree that the solution is about as elegant as you're going to get this kind of tracking but I'm with you it. There's just something about even this particularly gilded a pathway that I just just has a chill run up my back be it a totally irrational one. Yeah it's hard overhead right like it's not it's not that I don't understand that. This is like tighter than any other behavior. I already do like. I'm already tracked way more by just surfing the web. Then I will be by this contact tracing APP and yet there's that part of me that's like I should force myself to do this because I just. I don't know there's an emotional reaction of like because it's a disease and because it's called tracking even if that's not the official name. I don't know there's there's something about it that they're going to have to overcome and I think part of it may be these starts. Show the benefits even though you need sixty percent for ideal operation twenty percent is better than none and if they start to show like hey were able to isolate people more and we're able to have these benefits. Maybe they'll start showing people that participating is helpful and that will start to get people more on board in deed ready announce a new. I got something. I A tech Entrepreneur Zak Edwards wrote a medium post showing several sites. Send Email addresses to third party advertising and analytics companies during user. Sign Up Google. Facebook and twitter. Advertising units are among those who have received email addresses through this mechanism. This is an honest mistake although once you realize it's a mistake whether you fix it or not could reveal whether you're honest or not. Java scrip- loaded on many pages collects information like your browser type device etc. Some of it's benign analytics. Like how many people are on fire? Fox we WANNA know some of it is for targeting purposes. And that's where fingerprinting comes in like well. We don't know the person we didn't set a cookie but maybe we can figure out who they are. By the profile of what devices they use etc a refer field has been used since the nineties on the web that gives anybody the URL prior to the page. The script is loaded on. This is essential for understanding behavior again for benign purposes for performance purposes but in situations where users clicking on email confirmation link in other words like you've signed up they send you a link. Click this link to prove its you which is perfectly normal. The user's email address may be included in the URL. You're clicking and therefore in the referral you are l. that is reported therefore accidentally sharing your email with any third party that gets the referring. Url. That's why I say like this could be one hand not knowing what the other is doing. Like oh that email shouldn't have been in the referring url and the person who wrote that was like I didn't think about it showing up in the referral but once you know that do you report it as a third party. And say hey. I'm getting this information. I shouldn't do you go the other way and like. Hey I've got this great information. I'm going to start gleaning it and gathering it and storing it. And if you're the company that's doing this do you fix it? Zach. Edward says that wish dot Com mail chimp and the Washington Post took action to remedy the problem quickly when he alerted them about it. In fact he gave wish dot com extra points for quickness. Qube says it has fixed the problem. That's what you're going to see all the headlines about but Edward. Says he can't verify that they have he's like I don't see the fix that they're talking about an jetblue hasn't even acknowledged that the problem exists also growing child magazine Democratic data broker N. G. P. A. N. DOT COM and every action dot.

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"video electronics standards association" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

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12:49 min | 2 years ago

"video electronics standards association" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Some of you told me directly by email. This would never happen. Facebook began rolling out. Its image transfer tool in the US and Canada letting users transfer their images to google photos out of facebook. The tool originally launched in Ireland in December. Last year's part of facebook's work with the data transfer project facebook says that once the tool rolls out globally facebook will work to enable transferring images to Microsoft apple twitter and other companies that join the data transfer program analysts at trend forest found that global smartphone production and key one fell ten percent on the year to roughly two hundred eighty million units. The firm predicts a sixteen point five percent drop on the year for Q two which would be the largest decline in a quarter of the top. Six global smartphone manufacturers. Only Vivo increased production volume in the quarter up. Five point five percent on the year to twenty three million units and its earnings called. Quantum says it expects a thirty percent reduction in handset shipments for the quarter ending June but doesn't forecast to change in demand for five G. Handset Equipment. Facebook has started allowing some content a contract current contract content. Reviewers easy for me to say to return to work in. Its content reviews enters in San Francisco and Austin Texas. Returning to work is voluntary and offices have reduced capacity. Returning Contractors will also be given personal protective equipment and have their temperatures checked at the beginning of their shift. Offices will be deep cleaned at the end of their shifts. Which considering the stuff they have to look at rob appropriate? The Video Electronics Standards Association or visa issued the specs for display port outmoded. To point out this let's USB four connections are USB connections under the US before SPEC offer display port two point Oh functions that includes four K. displays at one hundred forty forty hertz with hd are eight K. displays at sixty hertz with hd are and sixteen k displays at sixty hertz with compression devices that support display port all mode two point. Oh should start arriving next year. I was when we start talking about sixteen K. I guess. Today's Today Intel announced its new tenth Jen. Desktop processors code named Comet Lake the Fifth Iteration of the company Sky Lake Micro Art architecture and built on a fourteen nanometer process and these chips are made on a seven nanometer process. So Intel is obviously going to emphasize its clock. Speed advantage over. Amd's cords and efficiency until announced thirty two processors with the top line. I nine ten nine hundred K. Including TEN CORES. Twenty threads a base block a three point seven. Gigahertz with a thermal velocity boost clock up to five point three gigahertz in its earnings call. Wednesday Microsoft noted that it has seen quote two years worth of digital transformation into months and quote Microsoft also said it it's Microsoft teams users have grown from forty four million last month to seventy five million daily active users. This month teams also had two hundred million meeting participants in a single day. Compared to zooms three hundred million meeting. Participants Zoom has not announced an active user count. Meanwhile and other Microsoft News gaming revenue rose two percent but xbox live users rose ninety million. An xbox game pass reach ten million subscribers. Microsoft also announced that it will streaming announcement and demo the xbox series x gameplay on May Seventh at eleven am eastern time couple of earnings Announcements COMING UP. Right as we're doing the show so we'll have more context for them tomorrow. But apple announced financial results for q two covering the period between January one and March thirty first revenue of fifty eight point. Three billion dollars up slightly over last year so the March quarter like we have been seeing with other tech. Companies did not adversely impact apple as much as many had feared. Amazon also released their second quarter operating income but it was below estimates the company forecast operating income in the range of a loss of one point. Five billion dollars in profit of one point five billion dollars An analysts were expecting operating income of three point. Eight billion dollars So I I think people were just more bullish on Amazon because all the sales and delivery and they didn't quite meet those expectations again. We'll talk about that in a little more detail tomorrow. Let's talk a little more right now. About twitter you know. Speaking of quarterly earnings reports twitter beat expectations on q one as revenue rose three percent on the year and it lost a penny share. Twitter's monetize daily users grew twenty four percent to an all-time high of one hundred sixty six million beating estimates by about two million twitter said ad revenue declined twenty seven percent year over year between March eleventh and March thirty first and CFO. Ned Siegel said that. It's a sign of what the company has seen in April. Twitter SAYS AD sales rebounded in Asia and twitter plans or at least tools earlier than planned for direct response ads which are attractive to gain an APP makers who are continuing to advertise. Twitter will limit hiring to product development research and user support. Yeah this is pretty good for twitter. Honestly it says. Look we're seeing the same. Add drop off in March that everybody else did a facebook said they thought it was stabilizing April twitter. A little less confident also a little less detailed saying we're able to look pretty much like March but maybe that's another definition of stabilized but mostly what it is is twitter said. Yeah people turn to us for news and right now. Everybody wants more news so more people turn to us now on twitter. I you know I I know. People use twitter a lot of different ways my twitter use. Gosh a few years ago was way higher than it has been until very recently it is especially because the news is very swift these days and things are you know coming out as quick. I can see why maybe those who had dipped twitter usage are not necessarily refreshing their pages every five seconds but but usage is up because it does work well in breaking news situations. We're all GonNa see what happens to this ad game and it really depends on where the economy is. A new survey conducted by the University of Maryland in the Washington. Post finds that nearly three in five. Americans are either unable or unwilling to use Google and Apple's new Cobra nineteen infection alert system which is currently in development which may impact the APPs effectiveness. 'cause you need people to be there or be able to use it of the eighty two percent of surveyed Americans who have smartphones around fifty percent of them said they definitely were well. He's probably would use such an APP. Willingness Among those reporting that they are already worried about getting sick obviously higher fifty nine percent of survey respondents said that they would be comfortable using the APP to broadcast to others if indeed did test positive for covered nineteen a recent study by epidemiologists at Oxford University. Estimated that sixty percent of any area is general population would need to use a contact tracing app such as this that notifies users of exposure along with tactics rotter testing quarantining of the most vulnerable people vulnerable people for example in order for the APP to effectively contain virus end and and support numbers going down. Yeah we we`ve. We've hammered this point over and over. You need comprehensive testing and you need manual contact. Tracing the APP is a way to help. Bolster the contact tracing and I think this is a psychological reaction. There is there is a definitely a deployment issue of the eighteen percent. Who Don't have smartphones. What do you do about those people? Do you issue them possible wristbands or or does the state provides some limited devices. That's what's been happening in some other countries. That's a problem that needs to be solved but the largest number of them is just getting people who have the devices to turn it on and I am. Well convinced that this is a reasonably privacy protecting initiative of apple and Google. And we've gone over why that is and how it's on device it's encrypted it's anonymous. It's really difficult. Even if they didn't turn this off for it to be misused and yet when I think will I pick up my phone and will I say yes track me. I get a gut reaction that I don't WanNa do it. Even though up here in my head I reasonably know that this is a very good thing that it's necessary to protect people. There's just an emotional reaction to this of like. Yeah but what do I you know? I'd rather not. Maybe if I don't have to use ultimately that's going to be the the question and whether or not the there is a push by the government to either incentivize people putting this turning this on Mandating in in some cases some governments have taken different positions I agree that the solution is about as elegant as you're going to get this kind of tracking but I'm with you it. There's just something about even this particularly gilded a pathway that I just just has a chill run up my back be it a totally irrational one. Yeah it's hard overhead right like it's not it's not that I don't understand that. This is like tighter than any other behavior. I already do like. I'm already tracked way more by just surfing the web. Then I will be by this contact tracing APP and yet there's that part of me that's like I should force myself to do this because I just. I don't know there's an emotional reaction of like because it's a disease and because it's called tracking even if that's not the official name. I don't know there's there's something about it that they're going to have to overcome and I think part of it may be these starts. Show the benefits even though you need sixty percent for ideal operation twenty percent is better than none and if they start to show like hey were able to isolate people more and we're able to have these benefits. Maybe they'll start showing people that participating is helpful and that will start to get people more on board in deed ready announce a new. I got something. I A tech Entrepreneur Zak Edwards wrote a medium post showing several sites. Send Email addresses to third party advertising and analytics companies during user. Sign Up Google. Facebook and twitter. Advertising units are among those who have received email addresses through this mechanism. This is an honest mistake although once you realize it's a mistake whether you fix it or not could reveal whether you're honest or not. Java scrip- loaded on many pages collects information like your browser type device etc. Some of it's benign analytics. Like how many people are on fire? Fox we WANNA know some of it is for targeting purposes. And that's where fingerprinting comes in like well. We don't know the person we didn't set a cookie but maybe we can figure out who they are. By the profile of what devices they use etc a refer field has been used since the nineties on the web that gives anybody the URL prior to the page. The script is loaded on. This is essential for understanding behavior again for benign purposes for performance purposes but in situations where users clicking on email confirmation link in other words like you've signed up they send you a link. Click this link to prove its you which is perfectly normal. The user's email address may be included in the URL. You're clicking and therefore in the referral you are l. that is reported therefore accidentally sharing your email with any third party that gets the referring. Url. That's why I say like this could be one hand not knowing what the other is doing. Like oh that email shouldn't have been in the referring url and the person who wrote that was like I didn't think about it showing up in the referral but once you know that do you report it as a third party. And say hey. I'm getting this information. I shouldn't do you go the other way and like. Hey I've got this great information. I'm going to start gleaning it and gathering it and storing it. And if you're the company that's doing this do you fix it? Zach. Edward says that wish dot Com mail chimp and the Washington Post took action to remedy the problem quickly when he alerted them about it. In fact he gave wish dot com extra points for quickness. Qube says it has fixed the problem. That's what you're going to see all the headlines about but Edward. Says he can't verify that they have he's like I don't see the fix that they're talking about an jetblue hasn't even acknowledged that the problem exists also growing child magazine Democratic data broker N. G. P. A. N. DOT COM and every action dot.

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"video electronics standards association" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Some of you told me directly by email. This would never happen. Facebook began rolling out. Its image transfer tool in the US and Canada letting users transfer their images to google photos out of facebook. The tool originally launched in Ireland in December. Last year's part of facebook's work with the data transfer project facebook says that once the tool rolls out globally facebook will work to enable transferring images to Microsoft apple twitter and other companies that join the data transfer program analysts at trend forest found that global smartphone production and key one fell ten percent on the year to roughly two hundred eighty million units. The firm predicts a sixteen point five percent drop on the year for Q two which would be the largest decline in a quarter of the top. Six global smartphone manufacturers. Only Vivo increased production volume in the quarter up. Five point five percent on the year to twenty three million units and its earnings called. Quantum says it expects a thirty percent reduction in handset shipments for the quarter ending June but doesn't forecast to change in demand for five G. Handset Equipment. Facebook has started allowing some content a contract current contract content. Reviewers easy for me to say to return to work in. Its content reviews enters in San Francisco and Austin Texas. Returning to work is voluntary and offices have reduced capacity. Returning Contractors will also be given personal protective equipment and have their temperatures checked at the beginning of their shift. Offices will be deep cleaned at the end of their shifts. Which considering the stuff they have to look at rob appropriate? The Video Electronics Standards Association or visa issued the specs for display port outmoded. To point out this let's USB four connections are USB connections under the US before SPEC offer display port two point Oh functions that includes four K. displays at one hundred forty forty hertz with hd are eight K. displays at sixty hertz with hd are and sixteen k displays at sixty hertz with compression devices that support display port all mode two point. Oh should start arriving next year. I was when we start talking about sixteen K. I guess. Today's Today Intel announced its new tenth Jen. Desktop processors code named Comet Lake the Fifth Iteration of the company Sky Lake Micro Art architecture and built on a fourteen nanometer process and these chips are made on a seven nanometer process. So Intel is obviously going to emphasize its clock. Speed advantage over. Amd's cords and efficiency until announced thirty two processors with the top line. I nine ten nine hundred K. Including TEN CORES. Twenty threads a base block a three point seven. Gigahertz with a thermal velocity boost clock up to five point three gigahertz in its earnings call. Wednesday Microsoft noted that it has seen quote two years worth of digital transformation into months and quote Microsoft also said it it's Microsoft teams users have grown from forty four million last month to seventy five million daily active users. This month teams also had two hundred million meeting participants in a single day. Compared to zooms three hundred million meeting. Participants Zoom has not announced an active user count. Meanwhile and other Microsoft News gaming revenue rose two percent but xbox live users rose ninety million. An xbox game pass reach ten million subscribers. Microsoft also announced that it will streaming announcement and demo the xbox series x gameplay on May Seventh at eleven am eastern time couple of earnings Announcements COMING UP. Right as we're doing the show so we'll have more context for them tomorrow. But apple announced financial results for q two covering the period between January one and March thirty first revenue of fifty eight point. Three billion dollars up slightly over last year so the March quarter like we have been seeing with other tech. Companies did not adversely impact apple as much as many had feared. Amazon also released their second quarter operating income but it was below estimates the company forecast operating income in the range of a loss of one point. Five billion dollars in profit of one point five billion dollars An analysts were expecting operating income of three point. Eight billion dollars So I I think people were just more bullish on Amazon because all the sales and delivery and they didn't quite meet those expectations again. We'll talk about that in a little more detail tomorrow. Let's talk a little more right now. About twitter you know. Speaking of quarterly earnings reports twitter beat expectations on q one as revenue rose three percent on the year and it lost a penny share. Twitter's monetize daily users grew twenty four percent to an all-time high of one hundred sixty six million beating estimates by about two million twitter said ad revenue declined twenty seven percent year over year between March eleventh and March thirty first and CFO. Ned Siegel said that. It's a sign of what the company has seen in April. Twitter SAYS AD sales rebounded in Asia and twitter plans or at least tools earlier than planned for direct response ads which are attractive to gain an APP makers who are continuing to advertise. Twitter will limit hiring to product development research and user support. Yeah this is pretty good for twitter. Honestly it says. Look we're seeing the same. Add drop off in March that everybody else did a facebook said they thought it was stabilizing April twitter. A little less confident also a little less detailed saying we're able to look pretty much like March but maybe that's another definition of stabilized but mostly what it is is twitter said. Yeah people turn to us for news and right now. Everybody wants more news so more people turn to us now on twitter. I you know I I know. People use twitter a lot of different ways my twitter use. Gosh a few years ago was way higher than it has been until very recently it is especially because the news is very swift these days and things are you know coming out as quick. I can see why maybe those who had dipped twitter usage are not necessarily refreshing their pages every five seconds but but usage is up because it does work well in breaking news situations. We're all GonNa see what happens to this ad game and it really depends on where the economy is. A new survey conducted by the University of Maryland in the Washington. Post finds that nearly three in five. Americans are either unable or unwilling to use Google. Apple's new Cobra nineteen infection alert system which is currently in development which may impact the APPs effectiveness. 'cause you need people to be there or be able to use it of the eighty two percent of surveyed Americans who have smartphones around fifty percent of them said they definitely were well. He's probably would use such an APP. Willingness Among those reporting that they are already worried about getting sick obviously higher fifty nine percent of survey respondents said that they would be comfortable using the APP to broadcast to others if indeed did test positive for covered. Nineteen a recent study by epidemiologists at Oxford University. Estimated that sixty percent of any area is general population would need to use a contact tracing app such as this that notifies users of exposure along with tactics rotter testing quarantining of the most vulnerable people vulnerable people for example in order for the APP to effectively contain virus end and and support numbers going down. Yeah we we`ve. We've hammered this point over and over. You need comprehensive testing and you need manual contact. Tracing the APP is a way to help. Bolster the contact tracing and I think this is a psychological reaction. There is there is a definitely a deployment issue of the eighteen percent. Who Don't have smartphones. What do you do about those people? Do you issue them possible wristbands or or does the state provides some limited devices. That's what's been happening in some other countries. That's a problem that needs to be solved but the largest number of them is just getting people who have the devices to turn it on and I am. Well convinced that this is a reasonably privacy protecting initiative of apple and Google. And we've gone over why that is and how it's on device it's encrypted it's anonymous. It's really difficult. Even if they didn't turn this off for it to be misused and yet when I think will I pick up my phone and will I say yes track me. I get a gut reaction that I don't WanNa do it. Even though up here in my head I reasonably know that this is a very good thing that it's necessary to protect people. There's just an emotional reaction to this of like. Yeah but what do I you know? I'd rather not. Maybe if I don't have to use ultimately that's going to be the the question and whether or not the there is a push by the government to either incentivize people putting this turning this on Mandating in in some cases some governments have taken different positions I agree that the solution is about as elegant as you're going to get this kind of tracking but I'm with you it. There's just something about even this particularly gilded a pathway that I just just has a chill run up my back be it a totally irrational one. Yeah it's hard overhead right like it's not it's not that I don't understand that. This is like tighter than any other behavior. I already do like. I'm already tracked way more by just surfing the web. Then I will be by this contact tracing APP and yet there's that part of me that's like I should force myself to do this because I just. I don't know there's an emotional reaction of like because it's a disease and because it's called tracking even if that's not the official name. I don't know there's there's something about it that they're going to have to overcome and I think part of it may be these starts. Show the benefits even though you need sixty percent for ideal operation twenty percent is better than none and if they start to show like hey were able to isolate people more and we're able to have these benefits. Maybe they'll start showing people that participating is helpful and that will start to get people more on board in deed ready announce a new. I got something. I A tech Entrepreneur Zak Edwards wrote a medium post showing several sites. Send Email addresses to third party advertising and analytics companies during user. Sign Up Google. Facebook and twitter. Advertising units are among those who have received email addresses through this mechanism. This is an honest mistake although once you realize it's a mistake whether you fix it or not could reveal whether you're honest or not. Java scrip- loaded on many pages collects information like your browser type device etc. Some of it's benign analytics. Like how many people are on fire? Fox we WANNA know some of it is for targeting purposes. And that's where fingerprinting comes in like well. We don't know the person we didn't set a cookie but maybe we can figure out who they are. By the profile of what devices they use etc a refer field has been used since the nineties on the web that gives anybody the URL prior to the page. The script is loaded on. This is essential for understanding behavior again for benign purposes for performance purposes but in situations where users clicking on email confirmation link in other words like you've signed up they send you a link. Click this link to prove its you which is perfectly normal. The user's email address may be included in the URL. You're clicking and therefore in the referral you are l. that is reported therefore accidentally sharing your email with any third party that gets the referring. Url. That's why I say like this could be one hand not knowing what the other is doing. Like oh that email shouldn't have been in the referring url and the person who wrote that was like I didn't think about it showing up in the referral but once you know that do you report it as a third party. And say hey. I'm getting this information. I shouldn't do you go the other way and like. Hey I've got this great information. I'm going to start gleaning it and gathering it and storing it. And if you're the company that's doing this do you fix it? Zach. Edward says that wish dot Com mail chimp and the Washington Post took action to remedy the problem quickly when he alerted them about it. In fact he gave wish dot com extra points for quickness. Qube says it has fixed the problem. That's what you're going to see all the headlines about but Edward. Says he can't verify that they have he's like I don't see the fix that they're talking about an jetblue hasn't even acknowledged that the problem exists also growing child magazine Democratic data broker N. G. P. A. N. DOT COM and every action dot.

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11:30 min | 2 years ago

"video electronics standards association" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"APP Analytics Firm Center Tower reports that by dances tick talk in the version. Do Yen surpassed two billion downloads combined since Sensor Tower started collecting analytics in two thousand fourteen. Only facebook WHATSAPP. Instagram Messenger have surpass that milestone excluding installed APPs and Q. One sensor tower estimates that the APP was downloaded three hundred fifteen million times the highest number of downloads for any APP in a quarter. Some of you told me directly by email. This would never happen. Facebook began rolling out. Its image transfer tool in the US and Canada letting users transfer their images to google photos out of facebook. The tool originally launched in Ireland in December. Last year's part of facebook's work with the data transfer project facebook says that once the tool rolls out globally facebook will work to enable transferring images to Microsoft apple twitter and other companies that join the data transfer program analysts at trend forest found that global smartphone production and key one fell ten percent on the year to roughly two hundred eighty million units. The firm predicts a sixteen point five percent drop on the year for Q two which would be the largest decline in a quarter of the top. Six global smartphone manufacturers. Only Vivo increased production volume in the quarter up. Five point five percent on the year to twenty three million units and its earnings called. Quantum says it expects a thirty percent reduction in handset shipments for the quarter ending June but doesn't forecast to change in demand for five G. Handset Equipment. Facebook has started allowing some content a contract current contract content. Reviewers easy for me to say to return to work in. Its content reviews enters in San Francisco and Austin Texas. Returning to work is voluntary and offices have reduced capacity. Returning Contractors will also be given personal protective equipment and have their temperatures checked at the beginning of their shift. Offices will be deep cleaned at the end of their shifts. Which considering the stuff they have to look at rob appropriate? The Video Electronics Standards Association or visa issued the specs for display port outmoded. To point out this let's USB four connections are USB connections under the US before SPEC offer display port two point Oh functions that includes four K. displays at one hundred forty forty hertz with hd are eight K. displays at sixty hertz with hd are and sixteen k displays at sixty hertz with compression devices that support display port all mode two point. Oh should start arriving next year. I was when we start talking about sixteen K. I guess. Today's Today Intel announced its new tenth Jen. Desktop processors code named Comet Lake the Fifth Iteration of the company Sky Lake Micro Art architecture and built on a fourteen nanometer process and these chips are made on a seven nanometer process. So Intel is obviously going to emphasize its clock. Speed advantage over. Amd's cords and efficiency until announced thirty two processors with the top line. I nine ten nine hundred K. Including TEN CORES. Twenty threads a base block a three point seven. Gigahertz with a thermal velocity boost clock up to five point three gigahertz in its earnings call. Wednesday Microsoft noted that it has seen quote two years worth of digital transformation into months and quote Microsoft also said it it's Microsoft teams users have grown from forty four million last month to seventy five million daily active users. This month teams also had two hundred million meeting participants in a single day. Compared to zooms three hundred million meeting. Participants Zoom has not announced an active user count. Meanwhile and other Microsoft News gaming revenue rose two percent but xbox live users rose ninety million. An xbox game pass reach ten million subscribers. Microsoft also announced that it will streaming announcement and demo the xbox series x gameplay on May Seventh at eleven am eastern time couple of earnings Announcements COMING UP. Right as we're doing the show so we'll have more context for them tomorrow. But apple announced financial results for q two covering the period between January one and March thirty first revenue of fifty eight point. Three billion dollars up slightly over last year so the March quarter like we have been seeing with other tech. Companies did not adversely impact apple as much as many had feared. Amazon also released their second quarter operating income but it was below estimates the company forecast operating income in the range of a loss of one point. Five billion dollars in profit of one point five billion dollars An analysts were expecting operating income of three point. Eight billion dollars So I I think people were just more bullish on Amazon because all the sales and delivery and they didn't quite meet those expectations again. We'll talk about that in a little more detail tomorrow. Let's talk a little more right now. About twitter you know. Speaking of quarterly earnings reports twitter beat expectations on q one as revenue rose three percent on the year and it lost a penny share. Twitter's monetize daily users grew twenty four percent to an all-time high of one hundred sixty six million beating estimates by about two million twitter said ad revenue declined twenty seven percent year over year between March eleventh and March thirty first and CFO. Ned Siegel said that. It's a sign of what the company has seen in April. Twitter SAYS AD sales rebounded in Asia and twitter plans or at least tools earlier than planned for direct response ads which are attractive to gain an APP makers who are continuing to advertise. Twitter will limit hiring to product development research and user support. Yeah this is pretty good for twitter. Honestly it says. Look we're seeing the same. Add drop off in March that everybody else did a facebook said they thought it was stabilizing April twitter. A little less confident also a little less detailed saying we're able to look pretty much like March but maybe that's another definition of stabilized but mostly what it is is twitter said. Yeah people turn to us for news and right now. Everybody wants more news so more people turn to us now on twitter. I you know I I know. People use twitter a lot of different ways my twitter use. Gosh a few years ago was way higher than it has been until very recently it is especially because the news is very swift these days and things are you know coming out as quick. I can see why maybe those who had dipped twitter usage are not necessarily refreshing their pages every five seconds but but usage is up because it does work well in breaking news situations. We're all GonNa see what happens to this ad game and it really depends on where the economy is. A new survey conducted by the University of Maryland in the Washington. Post finds that nearly three in five. Americans are either unable or unwilling to use Google and Apple's new Cobra nineteen infection alert system which is currently in development which may impact the APPs effectiveness. 'cause you need people to be there or be able to use it of the eighty two percent of surveyed Americans who have smartphones around fifty percent of them said they definitely were well. He's probably would use such an APP. Willingness Among those reporting that they are already worried about getting sick obviously higher fifty nine percent of survey respondents said that they would be comfortable using the APP to broadcast to others if indeed did test positive for covered nineteen a recent study by epidemiologists at Oxford University. Estimated that sixty percent of any area is general population would need to use a contact tracing app such as this that notifies users of exposure along with tactics rotter testing quarantining of the most vulnerable people vulnerable people for example in order for the APP to effectively contain virus end and and support numbers going down. Yeah we we`ve. We've hammered this point over and over. You need comprehensive testing and you need manual contact. Tracing the APP is a way to help. Bolster the contact tracing and I think this is a psychological reaction. There is there is a definitely a deployment issue of the eighteen percent. Who Don't have smartphones. What do you do about those people? Do you issue them possible wristbands or or does the state provides some limited devices. That's what's been happening in some other countries. That's a problem that needs to be solved but the largest number of them is just getting people who have the devices to turn it on and I am. Well convinced that this is a reasonably privacy protecting initiative of apple and Google. And we've gone over why that is and how it's on device it's encrypted it's anonymous. It's really difficult. Even if they didn't turn this off for it to be misused and yet when I think will I pick up my phone and will I say yes track me. I get a gut reaction that I don't WanNa do it. Even though up here in my head I reasonably know that this is a very good thing that it's necessary to protect people. There's just an emotional reaction to this of like. Yeah but what do I you know? I'd rather not. Maybe if I don't have to use ultimately that's going to be the the question and whether or not the there is a push by the government to either incentivize people putting this turning this on Mandating in in some cases some governments have taken different positions I agree that the solution is about as elegant as you're going to get this kind of tracking but I'm with you it. There's just something about even this particularly gilded a pathway that I just just has a chill run up my back be it a totally irrational one. Yeah it's hard overhead right like it's not it's not that I don't understand that. This is like tighter than any other behavior. I already do like. I'm already tracked way more by just surfing the web. Then I will be by this contact tracing APP and yet there's that part of me that's like I should force myself to do this because I just. I don't know there's an emotional reaction of like because it's a disease and because it's called tracking even if that's not the official name. I don't know there's there's something about it that they're going to have to overcome and I think part of it may be these starts. Show the benefits even though you need sixty percent for ideal operation twenty percent is better than none and if they start to show like hey were able to isolate people more and we're able to have these benefits. Maybe they'll start showing people that participating is helpful and that will start to get people more on board in deed ready announce a new. I got something. I A tech Entrepreneur Zak Edwards wrote a medium post showing several sites. Send Email addresses to third party advertising and analytics companies during user. Sign Up Google. Facebook and twitter. Advertising units are among those who have received email addresses through this mechanism. This is an honest mistake although once you realize it's a mistake whether you fix it or not could reveal whether you're honest or not. Java scrip- loaded on many pages collects information like your browser type device etc. Some of it's benign analytics. Like how many people are on fire? Fox we WANNA know some of it is for targeting purposes. And that's where fingerprinting comes in like well..

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"video electronics standards association" Discussed on TechStuff

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06:46 min | 2 years ago

"video electronics standards association" Discussed on TechStuff

"Collection of more than two hundred sixty thousand colors. One other big difference between VGA and its predecessors is that VGA would send out data in an analog signal eeg and CG used digital signals. So what's the difference there? Well an analog signal is continuous its unbroken so you can plot that as a smooth wave It doesn't have to be like a smooth gentle repeating pattern. It can be all over the place. But it's unbroken it's a continuous signal. So it could get really squiggly but still one continuous unbroken signal. So imagine playing a stringed instrument and you strumming during and it's playing tone but then you move your finger up the fret board while the string vibrating at that increases the frequency of the string vibration and thus we perceive that as the pitch of the note going up. And you can bend the note up. So if you've ever heard that kind of sound you know. Oh that's like a continuous experience. It's not like I. I heard it play low and then play high. I heard it through all those different frequencies until it reached its its ending frequency. Who's a very smooth transition that's kind of like describing? Just an analog signal this smoothness digital signals are done in a series of steps so this is more about taking slices of time and applying specific value to whatever signal. You're sending out in that slice of time. The finer you slice the time so the smaller or thinner the slices the smoother you can make the signal but in turn it requires way. More information to the scribe that signal so rather than it being smooth and continuous and unbroken if you were to zoom in on a digital signal you would see these little edges of these steps of time as the signal goes up or down depending on whatever it is you're measuring or indicating here but indicates a discrete amount of time and the data associated with that discreet amount of time. If you've got a lot of processing power you can make those time slices very very very thin and if he can do that then enough then it's almost as if you're listening to an unbroken signal the you get beyond the level of human perception but there's a point where human perception definitely picks up on this stuff so one downside of analog is that analog cables if they're not properly shielded can suffer from interference problems digital cables. Don't you don't get interference with digital cables but generally speaking with an analog cable the longer the cable the more prone to interference issues And the shielding as I said is a big factor so if you think of cables having several wires inside of it if the individual wires are not shielded properly you could get interference between them and that would result in poor from graphics perspectives. Vga Really did set a new standard for computer graphics on the PC side of things and would also lead to IBM no longer being the that would define those standards the rise of third party companies creating IBM clones By this time we pretty much just called them. Pc's would prompt NEC home electronics. To announce the intention to form a new organization. This organization is called the Video Electronics Standards Association or visa and the purpose of visas to come up with technical standards for computer video displays and graphics the group would build upon the VGA proprietary standard to create what has collectively referred to as Super Vga so think of VGA but with even more capabilities and no longer dictated by a single company. But rather by a consortium of companies that have decided what the standards should be super. Vga could expand the resolution up to eight hundred by six hundred pixels again. It's not one single standard. It's rather a collection of super sets the standard so it's a little tricky to talk about super. Vga It's not just one thing. Ibm would continue to go on to create the extended graphics array or Xga but by that time Super Vga had kind of taken on a life of its own as the new model for computer graphics. Ibm would no longer be front and center when it came to defining how. Pc's would display graphics on a monitor by this time we're getting into the mid nineteen ninety s and the term. Ibm Clone was pretty much dropped in favor of PC. And that would apply to any computer. Running MS DOS or later like after ninety five or so windows. Ibm's decision to cut down costs by going. With the off the shelf components coupled with the failure to secure an exclusive license for DOS or Microsoft meant that IBM set the stage for its own competition in the consumer space ultimately those competitors got big enough to create their own standards organizations and so it became a group effort to come up with the way. Computers would continue to work. This intern made it easier for lots of companies to enter the space offering up competing products at competitive prices. Ibm for its part would exit the personal computer market completely by the mid two thousands. The company sold off its PC division to Lenovo in deal that was valued at one point. Seven five billion dollars a princely sum. Ibm was just finding it. Impractical to compete in that space and instead would return a full focus on enterprise level products and services. But if it weren't for IBM we wouldn't have seen this particular progression with computer graphics. I'm sure we would have arrived some sort of place similar to where we are now without the IBM PC. But who knows what it would look like you know. Maybe there's a parallel universe out there and we see a world where IBM never got into the consumer market at all and someone else took on that role and maybe computer graphics themselves would be very different from the way they are today. But I can't travel in parallel dimensions so I'll just have to imagine it. That's it for this episode. Hope you guys learn something about the history of computer graphics and the P. C. World and why IBM was such an important part of that. If you have any suggestions for future topics of tech stuff whether it's a specific technology a company a trend intact. Anything like that. Send me a message. You can reach out to me on facebook.

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TechStuff

13:18 min | 2 years ago

"video electronics standards association" Discussed on TechStuff

"J. INCLUDED. A bunch of chips that would show a marked improvement over the old. Cgi Approach Aga could support sixteen colors at the same time for some resolutions. So think of that. Four times the number of colors on screen at once. Wow and it can pull colors from a Palette of sixty four total options. No longer were you forced to decide between supporting dark yellow or having Brown. Cgi chose Brown because it was decided that that was a color that would far more frequently be used than dark yellow. The resolutions abort graphics had increased as well as support resolutions of up to six forty by three fifty. Though there are some caveats. I'll get to in a second. The Card itself included sixteen kilobytes of Rom. Rom read only memory and as the name suggests read only memory cannot be written to or changed. Data stored wrong typically includes sets of instructions that are necessary for doing stuff like booting up a program or running a critical process in the case of. Ega cards the ROM included basic instructions for graphics applications. That took some of the load off. The host computer's own memory in addition to those kilobytes of Rom. The card also had sixty four dedicated kilobytes of ram or random access memory. This is like the short term memory stuff you know. The memory were computer stuff's data in order to access that information rapidly while carrying out operations. The card also allowed for a secondary memory card to boost the capability of ega another sixty four kilobytes which is good because at the base level of sixty four kilobytes from the Basic Aga card. You would only get four colors onscreen at once if you were showing graphics at the full resolution of six forty by three fifty the card provided support for both the C. G. A. and MDA modes of IBM's previous graphics adapters in addition to the new capabilities of the itself and IBM provided extensive documentation on the way and that documentation came in handy. Not just for people who wanted to program for systems with an EEG CARD. Buffet companies that wanted to produce their own version of the card. It would go on to become one of the most cloned cards in computer history. And not only that. Companies were upping the ante by including more ram on these cloned cards providing greater graphical support than what? Ibm offering out the gate so while a basic EGA card would support four colors at four resolution. These clones would allow for all sixteen colors simultaneously at that. Same resolution ouch just two years after IBM introduced. Eeg We saw more than twenty companies offering up clones of that technology some iconic games that came out during the era include Ultima five warriors of destiny. I mentioned the ultimate series earlier in this episode. The first several ultimate games came out for the apple platform primarily and then were later ported to other computer systems. Ultima five included Aga support. And I remember this game. Fondly in fact it's my favorite of the ultimate series but other iconic eeg games included. Cosmo's cosmic adventure commander keen and the original Duke Nukem platforming game and many more one of the big advances in graphics found its way into Ega which was the concept. A bit mapping. So remember when I said that images on a screen are made up of individual points of light called pixels well in the older version of interlaced graphics you would include information about each pixel so you might say Pixel in column one row one is Red Pixel and column to row one is Red Pixel on column three in row. One is read that gets pretty. Tedious bit mapping allowed for a different approach with bit mapping you would only include data on pixels color if the color was different from the Pixel immediately before that one so if pixels one two and three are all red you would only have to define it for Pixel won. The system would understand that. If you didn't have any new information for Pixel two that it would also be read the same as for Pixel Three. It would only be when you had new information. That would say all right now. We have a new color like blue. This made displaying shapes that all were the same color throughout much more efficient. There's more to it than that. But it gets technical. And we'd have to talk more about electron guns and stuff so we'll just leave it off from here but it was a big advance. It wouldn't be long before IBM introduced another advance in graphics. Technology Aga debuted in Nineteen eighty-four and just three short years later. Ibm introduced the video graphics array or. Vga No longer. Were we talking about adapters? Nah this here was an array so as that mean well actually matters in this case the CGI. An EEG adapters. Were add in boards. That you would slot onto the mainframe circuit board of a computer. So you've opened up the computer case. There would be these little slots where you can slide. In circuit boards you'd the Circuit Board in and it would have a port in the back. That would poke out the back of the the computer case. And you could plug stuff in that way. This was very typical still has to this day. They're still computers. That do this with expansion slots so vga was different. Vga was hardwired onto the motherboard itself for the IBM computers later third party companies would make VGA adapter cards to give computers. That did not have the installed directly on the motherboard. The added capabilities of the new graphics standard so while IBM took a different approach to this other companies would replicate what IBM was doing on expansion cards that you could then plug into an existing machine. So what were those capabilities? Well you could use lots of colors if you were also using lower resolutions. So at a resolution of three twenty by two hundred pixels the array could support up to two hundred fifty six colors simultaneously. Wow but if you want a better resolution then you had to reduce the number of colors. Higher resolution mode of six forty by four eighty supported. Just a modest sixteen colors. The pallets could draw from a global collection of more than two hundred sixty thousand colors. One other big difference between VGA and its predecessors is that VGA would send out data in an analog signal eeg and CG used digital signals. So what's the difference there? Well an analog signal is continuous its unbroken so you can plot that as a smooth wave It doesn't have to be like a smooth gentle repeating pattern. It can be all over the place. But it's unbroken it's a continuous signal. So it could get really squiggly but still one continuous unbroken signal. So imagine playing a stringed instrument and you strumming during and it's playing a tone but then you move your finger up the fret board while the string vibrating at that increases the frequency of the string vibration and thus we perceive that as the pitch of the note. Going up and you can bend the note up. So if you've ever heard that kind of sound you know. Oh that's like a continuous experience. It's not like I. I heard it play low and then play high. I heard it shift through all those different frequencies until it reached its its ending frequency. Who's a very smooth transition that's kind of like describing? Just an analog signal this smoothness digital signals are done in a series of steps so this is more about taking slices of time and applying specific value to whatever signal. You're sending out in that slice of time. The finer you slice the time so the smaller or thinner the slices the smoother you can make the signal but in turn it requires way. More information to the scribe that signal so rather than it being smooth and continuous and unbroken if you were to zoom in on a digital signal you would see these little edges of these steps of time as the signal goes up or down depending on whatever it is you're measuring or indicating here but indicates a discrete amount of time and the data associated with that discreet amount of time. If you've got a lot of processing power you can make those time slices very very very thin and if you can do that then enough then it's almost as if you're listening to an unbroken signal the you get beyond the level of human perception but there's a point where human perception definitely picks up on this stuff so one downside of analog is that analog cables if they're not properly shielded can suffer from interference problems digital cables. Don't you don't get interference with digital cables but generally speaking with an analog cable the longer the cable the more prone to interference issues And the shielding as I said is a big factor so if you think of cables having several wires inside of it if the individual wires are not shielded properly you could get interference between them and that would result in poor from graphics perspectives. Vga Really did set a new standard for computer graphics on the PC side of things and would also lead to IBM no longer being the that would define those standards the rise of third party companies creating IBM clones By this time we pretty much just called them. Pc's would prompt NEC home electronics. To announce the intention to form a new organization. This organization is called the Video Electronics Standards Association or visa and the purpose of visas to come up with technical standards for computer video displays and graphics the group would build upon the VGA proprietary standard to create what has collectively referred to as Super Vga so think of VGA but with even more capabilities and no longer dictated by a single company. But rather by a consortium of companies that have decided what the standards should be super. Vga could expand the resolution up to eight hundred by six hundred pixels again. It's not one single standard. It's rather a collection of super sets the standard so it's a little tricky to talk about super. Vga It's not just one thing. Ibm would continue to go on to create the extended graphics array or Xga but by that time Super Vga had kind of taken on a life of its own as the new model for computer graphics. Ibm would no longer be front and center when it came to defining how. Pc's would display graphics on a monitor by this time we're getting into the mid nineteen ninety s and the term. Ibm Clone was pretty much dropped in favor of PC. And that would apply to any computer. Running MS DOS or later like after ninety five or so windows. Ibm's decision to cut down costs by going. With the off the shelf components coupled with the failure to secure an exclusive license for DOS or Microsoft meant that IBM set the stage for its own competition in the consumer space ultimately those competitors got big enough to create their own standards organizations and so it became a group effort to come up with the way. Computers would continue to work. This intern made it easier for lots of companies to enter the space offering up competing products at competitive prices. Ibm for its part would exit the personal computer market completely by the mid two thousands. The company sold off its PC division to Lenovo in deal that was valued at one point. Seven five billion dollars a princely sum. Ibm was just finding it. Impractical to compete in that space and instead would return a full focus on enterprise level products and services. But if it weren't for IBM we wouldn't have seen this particular progression with computer graphics. I'm sure we would have arrived some sort of place similar to where we are now without the IBM PC. But who knows what it would look like you know. Maybe there's a parallel universe out there and we see a world where IBM never got into the consumer market at all and someone else took on that role and maybe computer graphics themselves would be very different from the way they are today. But I can't travel in parallel dimensions so I'll just have to imagine it. That's it for this episode. Hope you guys learned something about the history of computer graphics and the P. C. World and why IBM was such an important part of that. If you have any suggestions for future topics of tech stuff whether it's a specific technology a company a trend intact. Anything like that. Send me a message. You can reach out to me on facebook.

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08:56 min | 2 years ago

"video electronics standards association" Discussed on TechStuff

"Ibm offering out the gate so while a basic EGA card would support for colors at full resolution these clones would allow for all sixteen colors simultaneously at that. Same resolution ouch just two years after IBM introduced. Ega We saw more than twenty companies offering up clones of that technology. Some iconic games that came out during the era include. Ultima five warriors of destiny. I mentioned the ultimate series earlier in this episode. The first several ultimate games came out for the apple platform primarily and then. We're later ported. To other computer systems ultimate included e- support and I remember this game fondly in fact it's my favourite of the ultimate series but other iconic eeg. Games included. Cosmo's cosmic adventure commander keen and the original Duke Nukem platforming game and many more one of the big advances in graphics found its way into Ega which was the concept. A bit mapping. So remember when I said that images on a screen are made up of individual points of light called pixels well in the older version of interlaced graphics you would include information about each pixel so you might say Pixel in column one row one is Red Pixel and column to row one is Red Pixel on column three in row. One is read that gets pretty. Tedious bit mapping allowed for a different approach with bit mapping you would only include data on pixels color if the color was different from the Pixel immediately before that one so if pixels one two and three are all read you would only have to define it for Pixel one. The system would understand that. If you didn't have any new information for Pixel two that it would also be read the same as for Pixel Three. It would only be when you had new information. That would say all right now. We have a new color like blue. This made displaying shapes that all were the same color throughout much more efficient. There's more to it than that but it gets technical. And we'd have to talk more about electron guns stuff so we'll just leave it off from here but it was a big advance. It wouldn't be long before IBM introduced another advance in Graphics Technology Aga deed in Nineteen eighty-four and just three short years later IBM introduced the video graphics array or. Vga No longer were. We talking about adapters. Nah this here was an array. So as that mean well actually matters in this case the CGI an eeg were add in boards. That you would slot onto the mainframe circuit board of a computer. So you've opened up the computer case. There would be these little slots where you can slide. In circuit boards you'd the Circuit Board in and it would have a port in the back. That would poke out the back of the the computer case. And you could plug stuff in that way. This was very typical still has to this day. They're still computers. That do this with expansion slots so vga was different. Vga was hardwired onto the motherboard itself for the IBM computers later third party companies would make VGA adapter cards to give computers. That did not have the installed directly on the motherboard. The added capabilities of the new graphics standard so while IBM took a different approach to this other companies would replicate what IBM was doing on expansion cards that you could then plug into an existing machine. So what were those capabilities? Well you could use lots of colors if you were also using lower resolutions. So at a resolution of three twenty by two hundred pixels the array could support up to two hundred fifty six colors simultaneously. Wow but if you better resolution then you had to reduce the number of colors. Higher resolution mode of six forty by four eighty supported. Just a modest sixteen colors. The pallets could draw from a global collection of more than two hundred sixty thousand colors. One other big difference between VGA and its predecessors is that VGA would send out data in an analog signal eeg and CG used digital signals. So what's the difference there? Well an analog signal is continuous its unbroken so you can plot that as a smooth wave It doesn't have to be like a smooth gentle repeating pattern. It can be all over the place. But it's unbroken it's a continuous signal. So it could get really squiggly but still one continuous unbroken signal. So imagine playing a stringed instrument and you strumming during and it's playing tone but then you move your finger up the fret board while the string vibrating at that increases the frequency of the string vibration and thus we perceive that as the pitch of the note going up. And you can bend the note up. So if you've ever heard that kind of sound you know. Oh that's like a continuous experience. It's not like I. I heard it play low and then play high. I heard it through all those different frequencies until it reached its its ending frequency. Who's a very smooth transition that's kind of like describing? Just an analog signal this smoothness digital signals are done in a series of steps so this is more about taking slices of time and applying specific value to whatever signal. You're sending out in that slice of time. The finer you slice the time so the smaller or thinner the slices the smoother you can make the signal but in turn it requires way. More information to the scribe that signal so rather than it being smooth and continuous and unbroken if you were to zoom in on a digital signal you would see these little edges of these steps of time as the signal goes up or down depending on whatever it is you're measuring or indicating here but indicates a discrete amount of time and the data associated with that discreet amount of time. If you've got a lot of processing power you can make those time slices very very very thin and if he can do that then enough then it's almost as if you're listening to an unbroken signal the you get beyond the level of human perception but there's a point where human perception definitely picks up on this stuff so one downside of analog is that analog cables if they're not properly shielded can suffer from interference problems digital cables. Don't you don't get interference with digital cables but generally speaking with an analog cable the longer the cable the more prone to interference issues And the shielding as I said is a big factor so if you think of cables having several wires inside of it if the individual wires are not shielded properly you could get interference between them and that would result in poor from graphics perspectives. Vga Really did set a new standard for computer graphics on the PC side of things and would also lead to IBM no longer being the that would define those standards the rise of third party companies creating IBM clones By this time we pretty much just called them. Pc's would prompt NEC home electronics. To announce the intention to form a new organization. This organization is called the Video Electronics Standards Association or visa and the purpose of visas to come up with technical standards for computer video displays and graphics the group would build upon the VGA proprietary standard to create what has collectively referred to as Super Vga so think of VGA but with even more capabilities and no longer dictated by a single company. But rather by a consortium of companies that have decided what the standards should be super. Vga could expand the resolution up to eight hundred by six hundred pixels again. It's not one single standard. It's rather a collection of super sets the standard so it's a little tricky to talk about super. Vga It's not just one thing. Ibm would continue to go on to create the extended graphics array or Xga but by that time Super Vga had kind of taken on a life of its own as the new model for computer graphics. Ibm would no longer be front and center when it came to defining how. Pc's would display graphics on a monitor by this time we're getting into the mid nineteen ninety s and the term. Ibm Clone was pretty much dropped in favor of PC. And that would apply to any computer..

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"video electronics standards association" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"video electronics standards association" Discussed on TechStuff

"Ibm offering out the gate so while a basic EGA card would support for colors at full resolution these clones would allow for all sixteen colors simultaneously at that. Same resolution ouch just two years after IBM introduced. Ega We saw more than twenty companies offering up clones of that technology. Some iconic games that came out during the era include. Ultima five warriors of destiny. I mentioned the ultimate series earlier in this episode. The first several ultimate games came out for the apple platform primarily and then. We're later ported. To other computer systems ultimate included e- support and I remember this game fondly in fact it's my favourite of the ultimate series but other iconic eeg. Games included. Cosmo's cosmic adventure commander keen and the original Duke Nukem platforming game and many more one of the big advances in graphics found its way into Ega which was the concept. A bit mapping. So remember when I said that images on a screen are made up of individual points of light called pixels well in the older version of interlaced graphics you would include information about each pixel so you might say Pixel in column one row one is Red Pixel and column to row one is Red Pixel on column three in row. One is read that gets pretty. Tedious bit mapping allowed for a different approach with bit mapping you would only include data on pixels color if the color was different from the Pixel immediately before that one so if pixels one two and three are all read you would only have to define it for Pixel one. The system would understand that. If you didn't have any new information for Pixel two that it would also be read the same as for Pixel Three. It would only be when you had new information. That would say all right now. We have a new color like blue. This made displaying shapes that all were the same color throughout much more efficient. There's more to it than that but it gets technical. And we'd have to talk more about electron guns stuff so we'll just leave it off from here but it was a big advance. It wouldn't be long before IBM introduced another advance in Graphics Technology Aga deed in Nineteen eighty-four and just three short years later IBM introduced the video graphics array or. Vga No longer were. We talking about adapters. Nah this here was an array. So as that mean well actually matters in this case the CGI an eeg were add in boards. That you would slot onto the mainframe circuit board of a computer. So you've opened up the computer case. There would be these little slots where you can slide. In circuit boards you'd the Circuit Board in and it would have a port in the back. That would poke out the back of the the computer case. And you could plug stuff in that way. This was very typical still has to this day. They're still computers. That do this with expansion slots so vga was different. Vga was hardwired onto the motherboard itself for the IBM computers later third party companies would make VGA adapter cards to give computers. That did not have the installed directly on the motherboard. The added capabilities of the new graphics standard so while IBM took a different approach to this other companies would replicate what IBM was doing on expansion cards that you could then plug into an existing machine. So what were those capabilities? Well you could use lots of colors if you were also using lower resolutions. So at a resolution of three twenty by two hundred pixels the array could support up to two hundred fifty six colors simultaneously. Wow but if you better resolution then you had to reduce the number of colors. Higher resolution mode of six forty by four eighty supported. Just a modest sixteen colors. The pallets could draw from a global collection of more than two hundred sixty thousand colors. One other big difference between VGA and its predecessors is that VGA would send out data in an analog signal eeg and CG used digital signals. So what's the difference there? Well an analog signal is continuous its unbroken so you can plot that as a smooth wave It doesn't have to be like a smooth gentle repeating pattern. It can be all over the place. But it's unbroken it's a continuous signal. So it could get really squiggly but still one continuous unbroken signal. So imagine playing a stringed instrument and you strumming during and it's playing tone but then you move your finger up the fret board while the string vibrating at that increases the frequency of the string vibration and thus we perceive that as the pitch of the note going up. And you can bend the note up. So if you've ever heard that kind of sound you know. Oh that's like a continuous experience. It's not like I. I heard it play low and then play high. I heard it through all those different frequencies until it reached its its ending frequency. Who's a very smooth transition that's kind of like describing? Just an analog signal this smoothness digital signals are done in a series of steps so this is more about taking slices of time and applying specific value to whatever signal. You're sending out in that slice of time. The finer you slice the time so the smaller or thinner the slices the smoother you can make the signal but in turn it requires way. More information to the scribe that signal so rather than it being smooth and continuous and unbroken if you were to zoom in on a digital signal you would see these little edges of these steps of time as the signal goes up or down depending on whatever it is you're measuring or indicating here but indicates a discrete amount of time and the data associated with that discreet amount of time. If you've got a lot of processing power you can make those time slices very very very thin and if he can do that then enough then it's almost as if you're listening to an unbroken signal the you get beyond the level of human perception but there's a point where human perception definitely picks up on this stuff so one downside of analog is that analog cables if they're not properly shielded can suffer from interference problems digital cables. Don't you don't get interference with digital cables but generally speaking with an analog cable the longer the cable the more prone to interference issues And the shielding as I said is a big factor so if you think of cables having several wires inside of it if the individual wires are not shielded properly you could get interference between them and that would result in poor from graphics perspectives. Vga Really did set a new standard for computer graphics on the PC side of things and would also lead to IBM no longer being the that would define those standards the rise of third party companies creating IBM clones By this time we pretty much just called them. Pc's would prompt NEC home electronics. To announce the intention to form a new organization. This organization is called the Video Electronics Standards Association or visa and the purpose of visas to come up with technical standards for computer video displays and graphics the group would build upon the VGA proprietary standard to create what has collectively referred to as Super Vga so think of VGA but with even more capabilities and no longer dictated by a single company. But rather by a consortium of companies that have decided what the standards should be super. Vga could expand the resolution up to eight hundred by six hundred pixels again. It's not one single standard. It's rather a collection of super sets the standard so it's a little tricky to talk about super. Vga It's not just one thing. Ibm would continue to go on to create the extended graphics array or Xga but by that time Super Vga had kind of taken on a life of its own as the new model for computer graphics. Ibm would no longer be front and center when it came to defining how. Pc's would display graphics on a monitor by this time we're getting into the mid nineteen ninety s and the term. Ibm Clone was pretty much dropped in favor of PC. And that would apply to any computer..

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"video electronics standards association" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"video electronics standards association" Discussed on KGO 810

"The tech this is mark Warner photo guy coming up being just a little bit talk about getting better pictures online one John in Leesburg Virginia hello John hello there I'm good I'm glad you will be able to talk to you thank you for the security now a lot nicer great security podcaster Steve Gibson yeah that I've been looking for a few months and and that's really great you're on that one I do hope so with with Steve but he does all the work so right it's full credit on eleven July from that one is now see with when we get on this one all right and so so here's the thing about last pass yeah I use the screen reader and LastPass previous don't get along very well I'm sorry to hear that I'm gonna call them and tell him I'm gonna read him the riot act because accessibility is really important yeah because it you know are you sick I use a keyboard only in so it's really hard to do and so when I was trying to get used to you can't talk to a human being and support and the people they tend to the email I can take that at have a clue hi so I'd wondered if you could get me to an actual human I can I can I think that knowing the LastPass guys and coarser sponsor the show so I have a little bit of a contact with them right well they're going to want to make it more accessible what egg so it doesn't work at all with the screen reader or what's going on it it it there's a number of difficulties disk industry in the world you want only use the keyboard rights and not use them out first yeah because you can't see the pointer so what's the point yes sometimes you can get some visibility there but they get these previous try to give you what the masses over but doesn't always work and last past you can't do last past like that I'm interested in this did a lot of places where where where the keyboard just give you different different things so I was trying to add an item the other day on the LastPass dot com site yeah I just log into it and I couldn't do it I had that you log in with the expansion inflatable allowed that finally I got it but it was a real tear it's it's generally a pain in the neck so you're using you don't use the other three ways you LastPass there's a standalone app there's the web page and then there's a browser plugin and you find the same difficulty with all three No Way Out the I only know through a browser plugin and the and the and the if it is only the regular take a look at the windows in the windows store there's a last pass app on the apple store there's a last pass out they have apps for windows and mac now I do have a dad I do have the mac wide but that's a browser they don't know it's a stand alone application so yeah but you can't do anything with it your rocket once in and said that I think that also has the same problem okay anyway okay so just I'm just checking let me just send me an email with your information I'll make sure LastPass gets it Leo add Leo ville dot com yeah yeah well we yeah and so every every company not only has a kind of an ethical obligation right is many kids have a legal obligation to make their software accessible you know results very frankly it's a lot of work and it really helps to have somebody who's blind deaf you know have a variety of different accessibility of people working with you so that they can explain what the issues are and it's very hard for those of us were cited to understand what it would be like to use this blind and and and I know the last past cares and would love to do this right so if you give me some of your information I will get somebody from last pass in touch with you I don't know if they have a full time accessibility expert many big companies do apple does apple as a team Microsoft does I remember meeting the woman Microsoft this was many years ago had hired to go cross all different departments and go into the department to say Hey look I'm here I'm the champion for the call this accessibility and I wanna look what you're doing I want to help you do it right it's just makes sense for them to do it right so you know and there's varying degrees of doing it right so semi that information I will make sure they get it and I will I will I will go to bat for you because that is something they absolutely have to do for so I have a little bit of an in with last as in there and by the way I know them very well they're great people and they will that do their best to get to get it right grant St Paul Minnesota hello Leo laporte the tech guy welcome Graham Julio so so what's up grant sorry have difficulty you sitting for a long period of time I know that there are now so they might get her out so I point though where like mounting my monitor selecting land my back interesting and look up at it yeah whatever you see products firm mounting like a monarchy or whatever it seems to be designed for like mountain on the wall why does it have to be so they call these visa ounce or the visa standards of vetted video electronics standards association and all monitors not all most monitors have visa compatible connections on the back you might have to take something off but that's because many as you point out many mothers are on arms on desks sometimes people have multiple monitors but there's no reason you couldn't melt that on the ceiling you need a longer arm there are there are companies that make these arms of all kinds and I would be shocked if they didn't have some can it you want you need amounted to the ceiling or can amount to a wall how do you want to do this unfortunately in the ceiling fan so that makes it hard you don't put a ceiling that would be bad the wire cutter has a good list of of monitor arms good reviews a variety of minor arms the one they like is called fully Jarvis but you're gonna want one that can be lengthy there the company ergo tron makes these is made them for years and probably has a huge variety I would look at Arbitron's arms and see if they have one that's longer you you may also want to just get a monitor stand then mounted on a monitor stand that way you can roll it around and tilted at any angle you want but the key is to look for a visa compatible monitor and then an arm a visa arm.

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"video electronics standards association" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"video electronics standards association" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Dot com KFI AM six forty yeah that's true for feline sent an actually great you're on that one I do hope so with with Steve but he does all the work so right it's full grown up now on eleven July from that one now see with when we get on this one all right and so so here's the thing about last pass up I disagree reader and the last passage previous okay along very well I'm sorry to hear that I'm gonna call them and tell him I'm gonna read him the riot act because accessibility is really important yeah because it you know are you sick I use a keyboard only Intel it's really hard to do and so what I was trying to get used to you can't talk to a human being and support and the people that that female can pick that are and have a clue huh so I'd wondered if you could get me with actual human I can I can I think that knowing the last best guys and coarser sponsor the show so I have a little bit of a contact with them right well they're going to want to make it more accessible what egg so it doesn't work at all with the screen reader or what what's going it it it there's a number of difficulties disk IT industry the world you want only use the keyboard rights and not use them out first yeah because you can't see the pointer so what's the point yes sometimes you can get get some visibility there but but yeah we we just try to give you what the masses over but doesn't always work at last past you can't do less that like that I'm interested this is a lot of places where where where the keyboard just give you different different things so I was trying to add an item the other day from the other aspect dot com site I decided to it and I couldn't do it I had that you log in with the extension inflatable allowed that finally I got it but it was a real there is generally a paid and so you're using you don't use the other three ways you LastPass there's a standalone app there's the web page and then there's a browser plugin and you find the same difficulty with all three No Way Out I only know the browser plugin and the and the and the if it is only the regular take a look at a windows in the windows store there's a last pass app on the apple store there's a last pass that they have apps for windows and mac now I do have that I do have the mac wide but that's a browser they don't know it's a standalone application so yeah but you can't do anything with it your body wants and at that I think that also has the same problem okay anyway okay so just I'm just checking let me just send me an email with your information I'll make sure LastPass gets it Leo at Leo ville dot com yeah well he yeah and so every every company not only has a kind of an ethical obligation right is make use of a legal obligation to make their software accessible you know results very frankly it's a lot of work and it really helps to have somebody who's blind deaf you know have a variety of different accessibility of people working with you so that they can explain what the issues are and it's very hard for those of us were cited to understand what it would be like to use this blind and and and I know that last past cares and would love to do this right so if you give me some of your information I will get somebody from last pass in touch with you I don't know if they have a full time accessibility experts many big companies do apple does apple as a team Microsoft does I remember meeting the woman Microsoft this was many years ago had hired to go cross all different departments and go into the department says Hey look I'm here I'm the champion for the call this accessibility and I wanna look what you're doing I want to help you do it right it's just makes sense for them to do it right so you know and there's varying degrees of doing it right so some information I will make sure they get it and I will I will I will go to bat for you because that is something they absolutely have to do for example a bit of an in with last as in there and by the way I know them very well they're great people and they will that do their best to get to get it right grant St Paul Minnesota hello Leo laporte the tech guy welcome grant earlier so so what's up grant I have difficulty sitting for a long period of time I don't think that art yeah so they might get her yep so want to weigh in late nineteen my monitor selecting land my back interesting and look up at it yeah whatever he products for nineteen like a monitor or TV or whatever it seems to be designed for like mental wall well it doesn't have to be so the call these visa mounts or the visa standards of vetted video electronics standards association and all monitors not all most miners have visa compatible connections on the back you might have to take something off but that's because many as you point out many mothers are on arms on desk sometimes with multiple monitors but there's no reason you couldn't melt that on the ceiling you need a longer arm there are there are companies that make these arms of all kinds I would be shocked if they didn't have some can it you want you need amounted to the ceiling or can amount to a wall how do you want to do this unfortunately in the ceiling fan so that makes it hard you don't put a ceiling that would be bad the wire cutter has a good list of of monitor arms good reviews a variety minor arms the one they like is called fully Jarvis but you're gonna want one that can be lengthy there the company ergo tron makes these has made them for years and probably has a huge variety I would look at Arbitron's arms and see if they have one that's longer yep you may also want to just get a monitor stand then madam understand that way you can roll it around and tilted any angle you want but the key is to look for a visa compatible monitor and then an arm a visa arm all.

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