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Bar shooting in Kenosha, WI leaves 3 dead, 2 injured

Dave Fox Home Remodeling Show

00:06 sec | 1 d ago

Bar shooting in Kenosha, WI leaves 3 dead, 2 injured

"Were shot and killed overnight to others were heard It happened in a bar in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Authorities are still looking for a suspect

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Interview with Jasmine Davis & Lisa Yeaton from Extreme Networks

Culture, Comms & Cocktails

02:17 min | Last week

Interview with Jasmine Davis & Lisa Yeaton from Extreme Networks

"On this episode of culture comes cocktails. We have jasmine davis internal communications manager at extreme networks and lisa eaten senior senior social media specialists that extreme networks first time. I've had multiple guests on the podcast from excited about this. Welcome to the podcast. Jasmine and lisa. Thanks for having us. We're really really excited. So thank you for the platform. Yeah thank you were hosting if they were excited to be your first double guests. It's it's a lot to take in. We've got a lot of great stories to share so one of the make sure we brought brought both of you on. I'm going to start things off. Lisa with you. You spend a minute talking about your role at extreme and your career there and maybe even a bit about extreme networks for anybody who's not familiar with a company. Yes so let me get started with boy with extreme networks. Networks is so extreme is a networking provider so we provide Networking solutions like wi fi. Router in your home we sell that technology but instead of selling it to individual homes we sell to enterprises businesses so we are the official wi fi solutions provider of the nfl. And the mlb example. It goes beyond businesses. Were also doing venues Hospitals governments a lot of universities and schools. We have around fifty thousand customers in eleven thousand partners around the globe that we work with. And i've been with extreme now for five years my first week at extreme with actually when we launched the social course product. We were as either sixty at extremes. So that's kind of fun back. I wasn't on the team. That launched it but it did launch. When i first started though either six. You've been around. As long as i have. And i started out as an intern. In now i moved around the content and communications teams. Now i manage the corporate social media accounts for extreme and i also help enable the feel team because we are global company so we have them course social media channels but then we have around thirty global handle. That are field. Marketing teams managed. And i help them to enable that they give them different assets that they can translate in their region and things like that and then we use either sixty s a tool to help enable them as well so along with jasmine. We own manage the sixty platform together.

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The Internet, From Space

Reset

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

The Internet, From Space

"The internet. It's how we work. How go to school how we see friends and family but not everyone has a good connection. And that's where a few companies come in with a sort of modest proposal. What have we got our internet from outer space. Adam clark estes deputy editor at recode wrote about this and is here to talk about it. Hey adam so surprising thing in your story that a lot of people probably don't already is that a lot of listeners. Already get through internet via satellite. That's how we get wi fi on planes for instance. So why hasn't this taken off more. Broadly satellite internet has historically been just a little bit subpar. When you compare it to terrestrial wi fi you're down on planet earth. We have fiber optic cables which basically have limited bandwidth and to do satellite internet. You're basically beaming connection from the address. Drill network up to a satellite and back down and technology just hasn't been good enough To to get bandwidth to enough people so that it compares to terrestrial broadband internet you get from verizon or time warner but that's starting to change with a new satellite technology and what are called constellations of satellites and has the pandemic at all sort of raised the stakes for this work and made it more. Urgent less-urgent tell me about that. Dependent is absolutely accelerated development and especially investment in this technology just after the pandemic starting to became incredibly clear. That a lot of people don't have internet access and they're being left behind young students who are able to get online for classes people who aren't able to to to work remotely so once. It became so clear that solving this problem of internet access was urgent a lot. More investment went into xilai broadband initiatives The number of launches went up quite a bit. And i think we're gonna see that. Investment continue and more these networks go online in the near future.

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Sonos Roam for Pre-Order

Voice in Canada

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Sonos Roam for Pre-Order

"Hey terry here. With flash briefing for tuesday. And i want to tell you about another new product that has just come on the market. And if you're a sonos fan you might be interested to hear about this one. This is called the sonos rome and it is a portable smart speaker. quote is their. This is their marketing material. The portable smart speaker for all your listening adventures unquote and so it is a small. Little speaker. Works with wi fi or bluetooth. It has voice control so of course. That's why i'm talking about it here. It supports both both amazon. Lexi and google assistant. It has up to ten hours of playtime and it is waterproof as well. So if you're looking for a portable a high quality speaker with built in voice assistant you may be interested in this if you go to the sonos website sonos dot com and just search for rome. You will see that. It is available for preorder right now and the price is to twenty nine to twenty nine is the price so it's not cheap But sony is known for making good quality speakers and this one is great. If you're looking for portable one with long playtime waterproof Specifications and voice assistance built

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Former President Trump Addresses Surge at Mexican Border

Mark Belling

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former President Trump Addresses Surge at Mexican Border

"Good afternoon. I'm Dave Michaels. While on Fox News this morning, former President Trump addressed the tens of thousands of migrants. Still coming to the US Mexico border while criticizing the Biden administration for forcing Border Patrol agents to watch those kids at facilities there. They're taking care of Children. Now. They're like baby sitters right now that they've been taking off their job on this morning's Donald Donald showing, Wi said. Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson explained that the problems on the US Mexico border were generally solved when President Trump was still in office. President Trump had this pretty well solved when it comes to the family units. And the unaccompanied Children and then buying just reverse it off. We all

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How to Establish Know, Like, and Trust in a Noisy World with Catherine Thompson

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

06:08 min | Last month

How to Establish Know, Like, and Trust in a Noisy World with Catherine Thompson

"What the heck is no like entrust. Yeah so i come from a mindset that it's probably one of the most important things to integrate in your business especially if you're a coach or consultant selling a service of some sort but basically it is what we call the stages in which people are are coming across your brand so the no stage being sort about awareness piece Building your brand awareness. The like is Forming that light for who you are what you sell what you're about and then obviously developing not trust for your To make a purchase within your business. Yeah and i know this is going to be a big questions gonna feel like opening a whole can of worms. How does somebody actually start to create like entrust. Yeah so Again thinking of it in sort of a stage. That's kind of how. I explain it to my clients when i'm working with them And thinking about your customer as going through a journey with your business and so the first stage is that no stage. It's that awareness. It's who you are what you do y you do. It and repetition is huge stage in a lot of people get frustrated or they want to with it because they sound like a broken record in their own mind but at the end of the day your audience might be coming across you for the first maybe second time and so that repetition is huge in that stage Really showing like. I said who you are what you do why you do it and then not like stages sort of the next stage along that customer journey that people are moving through with you and that's really developing alight for who you are and what you stand for. So brand's story is a huge thing in this stage and sharing relatable bits about what you do and who you are so that your audience can develop that like for you because they're not gonna invest in you if they don't one no you but then obviously not like you and then the trust stage again. Huge for service. Based businesses coaches consultants is developing at trust. People are never going to invest in you. If they don't trust you and so Doing things like referrals. Recommendations from past clients testimonials are big With your client to build that trust factor so that people can see okay. She's worked with somebody else in this person. These results and i can actually trust that. She'll do the same for me until at trust. Pieces is a big hurdle. A lot of people. It's the last stage before anybody will invest any so you so we're talking about some of this and i know you know i mean one of the things that i love about what you said here was. It feels repetitive. To you but to me a. I hear that is oh my gosh just simplified my workload because i can create the same message over and over again. I don't have to reinvent the wheel every single time totally totally. Yes so and you also mentioned in there. The brand and i can hear my head a lot of coaches or like. But i'm just one person i don't have an organization. Why do i need to have a bran story. Tell me a little bit about how personal story maybe relates to brand story and how this helps with that no like entrusting yes without personal story. relating to that brand story developing sort of the brand store is really the story is one of the strongest ways we formed connection right so if we feel connected to somebody We tend to want to invest in them. Get to know them that sort of thing but knowing that there's a bigger purpose to what they are so not just like i wanna make more money. Give me your money. give me your money. But like they have a bigger purpose right so that why. Why are you doing what you do. What is that purpose. And that's your brand story. Writers like really Liquefying that in your messaging so it doesn't necessarily have to be. I get lots of questions from clients that are like so my supposed to share like where it was born and what high school i went to know. So your personal story. You take bits of your personal story that are going to relate to your audience at the level at which they are when they're looking for the type of service your sally so if you're not you're not going to share maybe where you were born or the high school you went to but maybe you're sharing like a struggle that you overcame Maybe you're sharing like a success story. A part of your journey. So it's not your entire life story that you put down on paper it's bits of it that are gonna be relatable to your audience so that they feel connected to you and your brands were that why why are you doing. They want to invest in a bigger purpose. They don't want to just you know invest in you to give you more money. That sort of thing. It's it's it's knowing that they're investing in a bigger bigger purpose. A bigger movement so to speak. Yeah and you know so with virtual. Lay team you know. I've really kind of embraced the part of my story that drove me to want to give people more time and for the regular listeners. You know out there. My husband and i lost one of our sons. And when you go through an experience like that you understand the value of time probably better than anybody and that has allowed me to have a driving force behind making sure people are using the most out of the time that they have so that relates. That's part of my personal story but it relates to why virtually team was created in the first place. Perfect as what you're talking about. That's what i'm talking about. Yeah so for creatively own Part of mine was working in corporate for fifteen years. Not really living in alignment and not doing the things that actually i love doing Which is hoping small businesses consultants coaches start their own business carved their own half that sort of thing and so that's my wi- right is like to really give people permission to to challenge the norms. Go against what society is telling us that we need to do. And the types of jobs we need to have and that they can actually really create an income doing the things that they

Run out of iPhone storage? Here's what to do

Talking Tech

05:42 min | Last month

Run out of iPhone storage? Here's what to do

"You know there's nothing more frustrating as a smartphone owner. Especially if you have an iphone and to snap some pictures or download an app or download a movie only to get the prompt that you have run out of storage that typically triggers the process of going to your settings and storage then digging around for all the apps that are taking up all this space that you don't use anymore c. can delete them or just looking through old picks that maybe you save for year two and thinking. I've already back these up. I need to get these off my phone joining us. Now is usa today tech columnist. Mark saltzman to help us free up some space on our iphones and ipads mark. Thanks for being here. and thanks. For having me brent goods chat with you so your new column available on dot. Usa today dot com breaks down your options by good better and best. So let's start with the good. What's the good way to free up storage on your phone sure. It's a good way to do it because it's free and you don't need the internet But it can be a bit cumbersome to do so what i'm referring to is connecting your iphone or ipad to a computer. It could be a pc or a mac with the charging cable that you get in the box and manually dragging and dropping all your photos and videos onto your computer's hard drive so that you can delete it then from your iowa device you can do it wirelessly to with airdrop if you do have a mac. But if i'm sure most of the readers out there are and listeners to talking tech or on a windows just statistically so you would need that cable. The problem is at it. I said it's cumbersome because not only do you have to find the folder within the iphone called d. im which is just like a smartphone cameras like memory card or smartphone or a regular cameras memory card. But you have to. It doesn't always work when you try to copy them over. Sometimes there's stubborn files that won't copy but it is an offline and free way to do it so that once they're backed up you can then delete them off your phone and free up valuable space to download more apps or shoot more four k or a k video and so on and so forth you can do that for android by the way as well but for iphone when you there's no expandable storage not the best way but it is an option and it's free so of course if you don't want to deal with the hassle of plugging in your phone or tablet another computer or you're just out and about and you you're not near your computer. You always have the option to save to the cloud right right so the second way to free up storage on your iphone or ipad is to leverage cloud services. So whether it's wi fi or cellular if you have a healthy data plan is that you can set it up to every time you take a photo or shoot a video at wirelessly backs up a copy to the cloud. So with apple's own icloud for example. It does work very seamlessly but keep in mind. You will have to pay if it is over data if you don't have a great plan And then even if you do it for free over wi fi at home you're still limited to five gigabytes of storage for free and that's going to run out pretty quickly. I suspect if you like to take a lot of photos videos specially videos because they're larger files so you can pay for more You know by buying a couple of gigabytes a month or even a terabyte or two if you like but once just know that like every other subscription service once you stop paying your. You're done you know you won't be able to access all those files. Plus you're going to need the internet access in order to access those cloud stored photos and videos as well so few are on a vacation. And you wanna look at the photos that you just captured in your on an airplane will. You're going to have to pay for wi fi to access your cloud storage photos. So it's not a perfect solution but it's a convenient one and it's also ideal if you wanna share those memories with someone that you're not with physically you can send them a link to download them off icloud so it is convenient and there are other services to dropbox and one drive and so on but it's still a good alternative to a backing up through your computer so of two options. Neither of these are the best option when it comes to looking to offload your photos videos apps to get more storage space. What should listeners consider. Okay so both online and an offline solution is your best bet is to hedge your bets but in my opinion the best way to do it is with these specialty. Thumb drives that are now available that snap into the bottom of your iphone or ipad. It automatically launches an app and then it will copy over everything over to your drive. It looks at what's new So if anything's been changed or new or is brand new to your device than automatically makes a copy off to the thumb drive. There's a couple on the market. There's one that just debuted on the seventeenth and it's called the sandisk. I expand locks l. u. x. e. and on one end of this small little thumb. Drive is a lightning connector. So that will plug into the iphone and some ipads than on the other. End is a usb connector. So that will plug than into a pc a mac or ipad pro ipad air. The new the new ones and it will that way you can transfer back and forth but you by the amount of storage you need in. There's no monthly subscription costs or anything prices. Start at forty nine dollars for sixty four gigs. And then it goes all the way up to eighty nine for two hundred and fifty six gigs. And then there's also a one twenty eight version but the ideas that you can easily back up to the thumb drivers a little loop to keep it on your key chain and not only. Here's one of those sort of lesser known features of these. Little drives is that you can load this up with a with photos a movies. Tv shows and songs and then snap into your ipad or iphone and access them right off the drive itself. So you don't even have to install it on the phone or tablet so it's another sort of convenience secondary feature of these little drives so again Sandisk has one that. I really liked but there are other companies that make them to

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Carlos Gimenez says he saw ‘humanitarian crisis’ on trip to southern border

Glenn Beck

00:38 sec | Last month

Carlos Gimenez says he saw ‘humanitarian crisis’ on trip to southern border

"Crisis at the border in person, blaming the Biden administration for allowing migrants to come to the U. S. While their status is reviewed. Republican representative Carlos Menaces to restore order at the US Mexico border We need to stop incentivizing. People to come here. We need hundreds of more judges to be able to expedite the asylum hearings of these migrants that air coming over and, frankly, the old policy of keeping them in Mexico till they get these hearings. Is probably the best the best thing he calls seeing hundreds of Children inside of Customs and Border Patrol facility in El Paso, Texas. Heartbreaking aircraft. REGUS NEWS radio 6 10 Wi OD Homeland

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Interview with Jon Stine - Open Voice Network

Sound in Marketing

07:56 min | Last month

Interview with Jon Stine - Open Voice Network

"Today we are talking to john. Stein voice network. If you have not heard of his organization you need to check it out. And that's what we're talking about primarily today so welcome to the santa marketing. John thank you so much opportunity. Go hey introduce yourself your background. And how open. Voice came about led to stein based on portland oregon and background. I in retail and then in technology if the past twenty years first intel corporation and cisco systems that backed in a while. I was at until i'm at a coffee shop near the campus of mit about four years ago. The more than four years ago in sitting down with some friends and professors at mit. And we were. I thought heavens we were in boston. Nitsa summer we talk about the red sox or we talk about the weather or something in one of them. Raise the question. What do you think would be the technology that most might reshape the relationship between consumers and patients and clients constituents individuals and the various organizations that work with on a daily basis. Peter retailer healthcare provider financial services institution. What technology is going to be most important between individuals in those organizations. Will you ask that question. And twenty six tino put ourselves in the way back machine and you think oh my goodness what are. The technologies do your. Everyone is talking about well. Of course you talk about a You talk about m. l. You talk about a rv. Are i o t blockchain etc. You know all the usual suspects and it came around. And i said well. This voice thing is voice assistant thing in what it might mean to the day to day relationship say between a shopper at a brand between a patient and a provider in just the ease in ability to ask questions say yes replenishing order order. Your your your prescriptions. Do whatever but all of a sudden the presence of a kind of persona of a brand new. We're talk one voice in marketing year. The persona of a brand with you all the time listening to you speaking to you responding to with a that led to research that led conversations and that led to a big question which was if we think this is all going to be so exciting and tremendous and transformational. What would it take. What must be true in order for that to happen. And it's from that question. The open voice network then began to emerge very cool. So you like your background was in retailing. All these different companies. You're with your title kinds of things. Were you in technology. At the time. I was no evanson in the retail. Business i was head of sales for a womenswear apparel company on the new. Your working with major department stores. I was worried about skirt length than thread. Count and how the line would come together Which then led me into them jumped technology and had responsibility i it until then at cisco for marketing and sales to the retail and consumer goods industry. How do you use technology to not just do technology. But how do you use technology to draw. Pnl value top line midland audio creative agencies. How do you win more in terms of using retailers example. How do you create more traffic. Raise the conversion rate. Raise the average basket size using technology and it was applying what i knew about processing people and adding in the technology. That's what i did for a number of years. Did the globally working around the world lot of frequent flyer miles and all that led to open. No you definitely were just the right person because you had that consumer mentality you worked with the consumer all the time in new that It's not just about the statistic. There has to be some kind of engagement. Some usability for people like you know the the tech you can get crazy unhappy about it all day long. But if you're not communicating to the the actual consumer that you want to consume it it's null and void so that's that's a fascinating angle that you had will. You're absolutely right you just absolutely right that it has to start with the user. It has to start with the individual who's using technology. You know. I was back in the retail days than retail technology. Days talking about such things as we don't was a big idea. Let's put a back in the days of tablets. Where the hottest thing. Let's stick a tablet on a shopping cart and by golly then we can you know just tap away in shop away an inter things in have prices and everything right there in our shopping cart from a technology perspective very exciting. It involves wi fi in goals. Computer chips you can sell. A lot of technology can sell the idea. Well no one really asked. Have you ever put a child in the seat of tablet the equipped shopping cart thing you know. And what about Excuse me but any of you. Who are developing this Are any of you happen to be women with children in stores all the time here. I hate shopping. That's why i want you know what. Wait a minute timeout. It has to be the user the consumer at the center of this and we have talked from the start of the open voice network. When you think about the future of voice we can talk about our from a technology perspective. We can talk about it from a platform perspective. Weekend you know. What's the latest coming from the great great technology companies. The issue is from the user perspective from the individual who's using voice from the marketers who are using voice in their companies from the confirm the enterprise decision makers who want to use voice not as a toy for entertainment but as a tool for efficiency top line mid line operational whatever for transforming improving celebrating business results when we begin to approach voice from the user's perspective our perspective begins to change dramatically and again that's one of the things that really led to the formation. The open voice now. Would you say that will be the number one mission of your organization. We say that we use this phrase and it's can we make voice worthy of a users trust. That's a loaded phrase. Can we make Worthy the users crust can user trust voice on topics like did use on. Privacy can a enterprise zero marketer. You want to reach all your customers well right now. There's not really interoperability invoiced. So you need to do it for this platform this platform this platform this platform. And if someone's on another platform you're not gonna reach.

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Setup an Echo Show in Advance

Voice in Canada

02:03 min | Last month

Setup an Echo Show in Advance

"I want to give you a little bit of a tip about how you can purchase an echo device and then set it up prior to giving it to someone saves for a loved one or a friend and you wanna do the setup for them will. It is possible. And i'd like to walk you through how to do that today. Now if you need to come back to this flash briefing at a later date to refer to it Then just know that all the flash briefings and the show notes for the flash briefings are on the website. Voice in canada dossier. So this is how you do it first of all when you order the echo show device. Although you're going to have it shipped to your home so you can set it up Make sure that you flag it as a gift because that way it comes unregistered in other words. It's not registered to your amazon account. Once you receive it so you're gonna plug it in. You're going to tap on the screen. Select the language and then select your wifi network. You're going to enter your wifi password. Click done and then and then it will connect. Now you're gonna type in. This loved ones or friends. Amazon account email and password and then type sign in at the bottom. You going confirm the time zone and then and then Click continue after that is done. Then you're gonna use the following steps to save this other person's wifi network you're gonna swipe down from the top of the echo show and select settings then select network select add a network under preferences type in the name of the loved ones network. Use the drop down arrow under security and select. You'll see you don't necessarily need to remember these letters but you're going to select wpa slash wpa. Two s k. You're going to type in the password and select save now can unplug it you can repackage it and send it off to your loved one. And when they plug it in. It will connect to their wifi network. They will need to enter their amazon account. Password on the screen for security purposes but otherwise it is connected to their wi fi network and there you go

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Sonos announces it's new Roam speaker

The Vergecast

03:29 min | Last month

Sonos announces it's new Roam speaker

"Let sarah santos events ish. They announced a portable bluetooth speaker. Called the rome hundred sixty dollars. It's pretty cool. Yeah it's a uey boom with sonos logo. Very chris wallace because he likes scooped. The whole thing so like the element of surprise is like compared to the boom. It's got sun tech in it. You can also just like seamlessly move audio if your bluetooth thing it to that speaker you can move it to the rest of your center speakers which is cool. Yeah it seems like is about to dramatically expand this product line. Yeah you know it's funny. This is the first really portable sonos product like they had the move was at twenty thousand or something like that. But that was portable from like your kitchen to your porch. Nobody really is bringing that thing around. 'cause it weighs eleven pounds but this is boom sized thing so we're very familiar with that foreign factor. You throw it in a bag take into the park. You take it to the beach. Take it to a friend's house for whenever we can do that again. And like it's bluetooth speaker and then when you're home it's a wifi speaker in integrates with your wifi so system which is really bad so i think it's pretty cool. I think a lot of sonos customers have been wanting this for a long time. I don't know how many people outside of the sonos world will be interested in it but yeah that's a big question is is this going to be an entree into the living dishonest life or not. I love that. They may basically through every feature that i would ask for right. I'm like oh. What do i want to have bluetooth speaker with everything. Okay i google assistant. I want lexa. I want wi fi to connect to sonos. I want bluetooth. I want wireless charging office standard. She pat i wanted to charge a usb. And i don't want to be too big and i wanted to. You know have good sound like they just checked down the list. Like if i had to complain about the spec i would say that the the handoff feature uses like super super high frequency tones that nobody can hear instead of just using an ultra wide band. Or something like okay. Who cares that's really what's tv but a different kind of frequency. Anyway i mean really for for yeah. That's true so i like this thing. Is it worth seventy like. It will be for me. I think because i will. I have it integrated into my sonos system. I will say this in a question that only virtual would ask. We confirm that you cannot use surrounds versa. That's garbage. i take it all back. The only people who asked people care. But i personally loved the idea of putting my surrounds away. Bring you a so funny battery operated through. I don't think anybody else cares about that. It's true they've packed every feature into it. It's very competitive. I think that the idea that like most most days you don't get any value your bluetooth speaker right like it's just like at home. He put it in a closet. You take it out when you want to travel or like your house because it's part of senators. You might get a lot of value out of it. Might like keep it in your bedroom and use it there most days and then we want to leave up and go especially if you buy the charging dock but like patrick spencer. Good friend of our show give in to the yank protocol. He's like we're expanding. We're going to put this thing in stores. You might not expect like particularly outdoor stores looking towards that camping stores. They're moving to expand the product line out of its normal

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Author Lauren Morrill Shares The Books That Sparked Her Interests

What Book Hooked You?

04:57 min | Last month

Author Lauren Morrill Shares The Books That Sparked Her Interests

"So learn. What book hooked you Probably i've been a reader. As long as i can remember but a book that really sticks out for me was judy blume's just as long as we're together I was never when i was younger. That excited about historical fantasy And i think that was the first book where i read it and i was like this girl. The main character stephanie. Her parents are divorced. My parents were divorced. She had a younger brother kind of annoyed her. I had a younger brother. Who kind of annoyed me you know. She was always her friend groups and kinda liked boys but wasn't totally sure. What was going on there. And the book is set. And i think sixth grade And i thought well if this girl's boring life is the same as my boring life and her boring life can make a book then. Maybe my boring life or the ideas that i could. We could be a book and it was just sort of the first time that i came a week to the idea of contemporary fiction. Which became you know. The thing that i consumed veraciously then forever and still do instill despite meager attempts here and there really only contemporary So that's the book that looms large in my memory and you know i reread it as an adult many times over the course of my life and it's still great and i don't think you mentioned or maybe you did but what do you remember the age. What was the exact age. I was probably you know. Maybe like four fifth grade. Before that i was reading babysitters club. And that was kinda cool and but that was like oh books can really connect with you. They can be meaningful beyond just being fun and yeah that one always stuck with me and actually i had my copy that i used to read all the time and when i left for college i took all of the books that i had that i wanted to keep forever the ones that were meaningful to me and i put them in a rubbermaid ben in the closet and my mom thought that was the donate been donated all ex. She feels bad about it. And i didn't say anything for a long time because i do what had happened and i didn't want her to feel bad because my mom is also a big reader but every once in a while i think about that and i bought a new copy with new cover. And that's fine. But i one day it used bookstore found like the old version that had the cover i remembered and i bought it because i had to have it so with this book. Then being sort of that maybe lightbulb moment for you when it was like oh i can write about normal things. And that's a you know that's a thing that people write books about. What were your early attempts to be a writer. Like what were you writing. So my mom worked in a real estate office and she would bring home i. It was old typewriters that they didn't need anymore and then she also had word processors And so i would you know right on those and i would write books and they were all they were always about a girl who was new to school for some reason. I was obsessed with the idea about being the new girl in school. And starting your life over fish out of water. 'cause i i went to the same school from second grade until i graduated. So all the same people and unions stuck with whatever identity you fell face first into. I told that story to my agent at one point and he was like ha. You still only fish. All your books are like that. I was like that's true. Yeah i do love one of those and so as you then grew up. I'm assuming that kind of this idea of of of being a writer maybe still was in the back of your mind somewhere so when you became kind of a young person when you were a teenager what were you like. What books were you reading. What other things may be. Were you into describe lauren. As a so. I by the i was still reading a lot. The books i read. Were whatever oprah put on her book club. I was very into like adult sort of quote unquote literary fiction. That i would take stuff from whatever my mom had and yeah i think at that point it was like i graduated high school in two thousand one so i was like the middle range before there was wi- a really And i was really into journalism.

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Framework's Nirav Patel on Reinventing the Laptop

Techschanges: Insights on Innovation

09:16 min | Last month

Framework's Nirav Patel on Reinventing the Laptop

"My guest today is europe patel. He is the ceo and founder of framework a startup that is looking to reinvent the laptop by allowing consumers to choose different components an upgrade them instead of having to throw the whole device as it gets a bit older. Thank you so much for being my guest today to chat with you so Tell me tell me what inspired you to start framework. Sure yes so you know after a decade and consumer electronics at your apple for a few years a man oculus for the last seven years i got to see. Basically the consumer electronics industry from end to add and just saw an enormous amount of waste and inefficiency just felt like an industry that was kind of broken from end to add except for the big platform owners. Like the you know the facebook. Some bugles naples of the world. It's a sort of like constant race to the bottom for companies that are in the space just out product for ultra low margins trying to make up in volume and there's for consumers is that we've got these products that are just not designed to last their affectively designed to work for some period of time and that we're out of breakdown or of date and then you cycle back through by another one and the process repeats over and over again and of course the end result of all that is just electric waste piling up everywhere and so just like for years of in thinking. That can't possibly be that industry. This important has to operate in such a broken model or must be a better way and so you came upon this erm concept of allowing purchasers to upgrade different components to offer different components really going far beyond the customized to order process that we have today from some of the leading vendors. Could you tell me a bit about the first product that your looking to bring to market and what some of the design goals were and what some of the module options are going to look like. Sure definitely so. I actually got one here. That says after reproductions is not data final version. Bits effectively act completing certainly complete enough to show off the features and functionality. Arrogancy core part of the framework laptop. Is that from five feet away. It looks and feels and behaves like a normal notebook. We sort of took that as like the core sort of table. Stakes of the product is of one half a thin light performance Half inch notebook that within those constraints is as repairable. Upgradable has cut in customizable as as can be and the idea there. It was really that we don't want it to be the slight challenging trade off or you have this great long-lasting product but it looks crazy in bulky at her stuff you know hanging off the bed we wanted. The you know the ninety nine percent of the time but using the product as a normal notebook to be that familiar. Great experience in that one percent of the time where you need to replace your battery or at an upgrade or formats for that to the not. Just possible that easy to do so you can see. Some of the differentiated functionality built in is from customization perspective. You can see that the ports instead of being sort of locked into places you typically find in a notebook. Fine but any factor. We've built our expansion card system. Where on both sides. The notebook there are few expansion court bay's at order time consumer gets to choose exactly what they want and it seemed like till the obvious thing to us that every person has a different set of needs when it comes to what devices they wanna plug into their he see. So why is that. We all have to have all donald adapters. Why not just make the no but flexible to accommodate what people actually want and so building the system. We've got usb a usb c display hdmi. Mike risky we have high speed expansion as for expansion. And we're just gonna continue to add new cards and also opened up the bring in third parties to make the wrong carts. It's funny as you talk about. Some of these options reminds me of some of the days of the pcm. Cia or and there were so many options for adding adding capabilities to pc's. That's where we saw some of the first wi fi cards and there were Ethernet storage There were there. Were all of these These options and we gave away a little bit of that. I think when that That slot a disappeared so any thoughts on the kind of a third party modules that you are expecting to see come to the platform. You've gotten a since announcing product publicly. last week we've got a ton of inbound interest from folks with You know their own applications that near the nice thing about this is that developing a card is relatively straightforward for you know a company making consumer electronics products or even a hobbyist individuals. Be able to do and so you know we. We want to see cards where someone has. Some specific need builds. You know hundreds of something in fines. The hundred people out there in the world who get super excited about that one. Have that built into their laptop. We really expect to seal a pretty massive proliferation of not. Just you know these really high running parts like that. You know like video output like an age. Gm i also really each things like microcontrollers data acquisition cards. Or you know high end audio output. That really enabled things that just haven't been available inside of a note. We're actually offering this. Not just as a pre-built system which you unbox are buying up. You get your pc like you would any other one but also has a kit. Modules you can customize switch deeper level and then actually assembly yourself and lo whatever. Osu like onto it just stop. You mentioned the diy option. Of course. it's still possible today to go out and build your own. Pc and pick your own video card and processor case and and all that but it can be a bit daunting for people who aren't comfortable getting inside of a box and hooking up all of these wires so it's cool to see that the framework computer can rekindle some of that excitement even though as you say to reach a broader audience. It's really going to have to support a lot of these more mainstream options as well definitely. So we've designed this thing to really be as easy as possible service like shut us down and actually opened enough in chase on the inside. But there's just exposed fasteners on on ship with a screwdriver. Inbox the does everything that you need to be able to place an audit of small tool and then it's a rather simple effort up know popping. Open the cover and getting inci and keyboard replacement super easy offering a range of languages. And then as you get inside actually every model miss thing is clearly labeled with what it is and that takes you into repair guide for it as well as a place. You can order a replacement part upgrade art so battery ran storage. Even the entire main board can be taken out or place and we've got a simple easy to follow guides for all these and that's fantastic so it's it's almost kind of an educational tool as well for people to learn more about what's going on inside their their laptop clearly. Sustainability is one of the goals of of the product if you do have any estimates or say if framework is able to affect this kind of change in the marketplace what the impact might be in terms of eliminating or reducing waste in the pc laptop business. Yeah definitely so in general. Our goal is to enable people to use the product for as twice twice as long as they would normally use a notebook ammon and actually that is that we want those be happy ears when someone buys note but they might get like a couple of years battery lights grade and their keyboards working perfectly Function and denison the thing and then you know after that. Battery's wearing out you. Maybe you've got like you know your w he is kind of key in your unit you gotta crack in screen or something like that and you know you suffer through it for a while. But with the framework laptop. We really want people to have happy productive years with the product in a meeting new battery or need more storage space or they want more performance that they're able to just get the piece of the product that what some get back to that good work state and keep going on that alone that extension of the longevity. You know is a substantial reduction. Environmental impact is by meeting to create less new full

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Samsung Launches 980 NVMe SSD that Combines Speed and Affordability

Daily Tech News Show

03:42 min | Last month

Samsung Launches 980 NVMe SSD that Combines Speed and Affordability

"Samsung announced a follow up to its nine. Seventy yvo solid state drive called the nine eighty the drive is an m v m e. m two three point drive and cost between fifty dollars for the two hundred fifty two hundred gigabyte model to one hundred and thirty dollars for the one terabyte version. This is samsung's i d ram less. Mvm e ssd it takes advantage of the host memory buffer feature in the n. m. e. specification instead which also brings the price down. Samsung says the nine hundred can achieve speeds of up to six times that of a saudi-based s. Cbs news reports. The twitter is suing texas attorney general. Ken paxton in federal court following an investigation. The attorney general launched into twitter after it banned former president trump twitter alleges the attorney general is violating the first amendment by trying to punish the social network for exercising free speech rights over the content hosts. Criollo is ten years old and in celebration. Google announced new tools coming to the platform. A feature called phone hub. Will you find an android phone from a chrome os device together with one. Click and check. Your phone's battery. Life wifi sink. Lets you automatically connect to wi fi networks that your android phone. It's nearby share. Lets you easily share. Files between chrome os in android devices without needing an internet connection. Cremona screen reader is getting improved controls and clipboard can now store up to five things apple released. Ios fourteen four dot one an important security update to address a web. Kit vulnerability update aims to prevent code execution in safari and third party browser. So go do that right away. Apple also released a preliminary update from its women's health study team at harvard chan school of public health. The study of ten thousand participants in the research found that menstrual cycle symptoms included some that are less commonly known or disgust such as gastric issues and sleep changes. This kind of data can help. Researchers better understand various health conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome infertility and menopause amazon is expanding its amazon one technology which lets customers pay inside a store by scanning their palms to identify themselves expanding to more stores in the greater seattle area. It's now available. In amazon. Forced star store in lynwood and in the coming weeks and amazon books store and bellevue. And it's forced our and pop up stores in south lake. Union amazon says twelve of its physical stores will soon feature the technology will give you a dollar if you take a picture of yourself with palm pilot trying to use it to log in at one of those games all right. Let's a little more about what's going on with the european union. Your opinion union has pledged more than one hundred fifty billion dollars to develop next-generation tech industries as part of its two trillion economic recovery package. The plan sets goal for europe to produce at least twenty percent of the world's semiconductors by value to twenty by value by twenty thirty. So got a little under ten years to double it. Last year produced ten percents. The biggest european chip companies are infineon and an x. P. which make chips for automotive and industrial customers a snl in the netherlands makes equipment used for chip-making plants taiwan in the us or leaders in the space but companies like tsmc and intel europe has had success encouraging domestic industry before with airbus gsm technology but domestic tech self reliance is becoming a trend last month. The us launched a review of supply chain disruptions with references to encourage domestic production china built chip-making self reliance into its latest five-year plan as well

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New York City high school reopening plan coming next week

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New York City high school reopening plan coming next week

"Mayor De Blasio says he is aiming for public schools to reopen fully next fall. Wi sees Jessica Gould has more the era of hybrid learning could be over soon. Speaking on the Brian Lehrer show, the mayor said he envisions welcoming back all students in person in the fall. We will be fully open in September. There would be five day a week instruction for everyone. But de Blasio says some students may prefer learning virtually and the city plans to offer an all remote option as well. More immediately, he says, next week he'll be announcing a date for high schools to reopen to in person students. Hey, schools opened in October but shut again in November when Corona virus cases started to rise sharply. Elementary schools have been open since December. Middle schools reopened last

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Qualcomms incoming CEO on what he really thinks about Apples M1 Macs

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12:27 min | Last month

Qualcomms incoming CEO on what he really thinks about Apples M1 Macs

"Welcome cristiano. Thanks for joining us on the podcast today. Very happy to be here. Obviously you had some big personal news. You renamed the new. Ceo starting to stummer congrats on that wall. Thank you so much. Incredible privilege for me to be named seal. I'm very honored butter. Yeah we'd love to hear a little bit about What are your first priorities. Going to be as the incoming ceo. Weren't you begin. A lot of people. Ask me this question. Would i like about about this transition. We're doing a qualcomm. This is a story of continuity and it's about keeping qualcomm. You know technology. I company company continue to lead the pace of innovation but having said that We have been doing over the past few years really transforming the company into beyond mobile in oh always had a very strong in mobile business our core business also the licensing business but we started to grow into automotive starting to grow into analog with our ephron sorta grow into the beginning of that so the priorities will be continued to execute on this incredible opportunity. We have ahead of us. Which is five g which is also making telecommunications or communications in general no longer unique to the mobile space but across every other industry and really capitalized on that opportunity. Cristiano to that as you take on this role what are some of the biggest challenges facing qualcomm. Wh what keeps you up at night. The number one challenge we always said in. Our businesses is very unique. We have to reinvent ourselves every year. We have to win the flagship. You know over and over again every year so you know i think all of us qualcomm. It's about making sure hours was focused in driving technology roadmap to become complacent continued to drive the roma ford. And you know right now. If asked me what keeps me up at night right now is supply chain grads as having the semiconductor industry. I think it's the result of a lot of success in general about an acceleration of digital transformation across a number of industries. But this is causing a lot of stress as the supply ching was not prepared to deal with the growth. And but you know we're navigating a very happy to the position we have right now. When is the supply chain issue going to end like. Is this something that gets resolved. Pretty quickly or is it something. That's going to take a long time until like samsung and tsmc. Some of these other companies can build mark factories. No look if will get better at the end of this year we have line of sight and even our scale We're very fortunate very well position. And we have line of sight of this going to get result with entity or but you're correct Part of solving this problem is to a celebrates didn't build out more capacity and that is about building buildings in new clean rooms in new equipment. The way to think about that shara is When depend hits There was an assumption made in general across the industry that that the capacity for semiconductor. You know for if especially if there will be recession given pandemic mike you know was it was good in the reality. What we saw was the opposite the enterprise. Transformation of the home people buy new computers by new printers. New wi fi systems upgrading broadband companies had to connect their assets. So we saw celebration of. I'm not in digital transformation across the board Paper money disappear. That's people started digitize. You know everything payments Even a small business and we always said the mobile has been very resilient five g we said Into very beginning we state our five g numbers even the beginning of the pandemic said. If i've transition is still going it's important. We ended the year the high end so all those things happen for a capacity that was not put in play for growth. And i think we're just seeing you know the effects of of demand in supply. But the manda will catch up with Supply supplier vice versa towards the end of this calendar year one area. I'm really interested to hear about is the pc market You know obviously this is an area that had tons of demands over the past year for laptops and other devices report working from home call comes made a big push in putting your mobile chips in. pc's We saw apple. Come out with. Its m one powered max which proved to be extremely popular How is demand for those m one devices. Impacted your focus on pc chips. Hasn't your computers more and demands like what sort of impact has the m one had on akam pc. This days is one of my favorite topics. Conversations finger for discussion look rented and talk about the specific demand. For 'em one. This is a great opportunity to talk about the trend so the pc was being transformed and we always believe welcome that you know. They'll be conversions between mobile nbc and mobile became the bigger platform. They're more smartphones. Abc's to develop. Our eco-system is driven on the mobile side. And we believe in that convergence. That's where we started. You know several years ago. I think more than four years ago with microsoft on this journey of windows on snapdragon in now recently with starting to see snapdragon on chrome os in chromebooks then the pandemic hits and would have been hit. It change certain things forever. And i am super excited about this because like if you're talking to me from a pc right now. And i'm sure you are you. And roger. b. C became a communicator device. And as people make phone calls they started make a teams called zoom. Zoom became a verb in many languages in c. now is connected became a communicator device. Camera become really important. I'll do a multimedia became important. You doing you take a break. Watch netflix the future. With five g connected disease are going gonna watch Not only video but gonna play stream games with ex cloud an amazon luna luna or google stadia and all of that and then on top of it people. That had a workstation are home. They don't have a workstation to have their laptop but using five on demand computing. You'll get access to any application that you can run on the cloud computing platform of the cloud so the pc's completely transformed in apple switching to a m one with an arm instruction set just validated at transformation. Start moving developer as fast paced. So we're more convinced an ever. Conversions is going to happen b. C's going to be a great opportunity for expansion on snapdragon and it's that's one of the first things i did after being announced to co elect was to do the acquisition of nubia s. We believe there's an opportunity for us to lead into cpu performance as well as we start to think about this complete transitions of pc to associate. So let me let me ask gonna fall on that. Because i think we might have a new but one thought on this question about apple versus talk about the long-term opportunity but were you frustrated by the fact that you have been pushing snapdragon power laptops for a couple years now. That have really gained a lot. Traction while attention than apple comes in with the san juan and one powered mac guy huge buzz postal raving about these things whereas the other snapdragon laptops will ask. We have not really gone. The best to reviews was some frustration. That did you get to go back to your team coverage thick how you do this. I'm just curious your thoughts. On the the the different reactions that though snapdragon lockups had versus those and one. Max no no not at all i. Here's how answer this question roger. We knew that we started this journey. And this journey about a windows for example which is being running on x eighty six. You know Forever when needed to introduce arm extraction sets to windows and we work with microsoft and we knew that we're still building this journey as an example for example In this summer we're gonna now. We're celebrating that you know that next latest update for microsoft windows which announced support a sixty four. Bit emulation on orm in wish starting to see the very first time the enterprise ice laptops. Hp just launch commercial. Enterprise laptop with into snapdragon. So we're at the beginning of the ramp in the way we see the apple lounge. It's a great tailwind. Because what apple did by lounging does not only validated that transition but you know moved developer ecosystem the difficulty that you have when you try to introduce a new instruction set on the pc and this is not new to to apple. I think they've been to those that. That transition twice if you look at their history and then maybe have tried in the past trying to pass the longtime ago with a windows rt and and that really only works. When you're no longer have a second class you know a platform is just the great windows. Experience in every application is gonna run in. You're going to be able to keep everything you had a windows. Any wedded new coming from mobile platform in in. We believe we're now getting to the end of this journey in what what apple did which really help brother ecosystem. Apps apple helps microsoft basically create the resolve within developer system to start doing arm native apps going forward so my answer to a question is super. Please we're super excited invalidates. You know that bats. And i think that's going to happen Not only within. You know the apple wicca system but within windows as well as google and no question when we announced a new via acquisition if you look a press release was incredible as a parade of everybody to mobile nbc segment including microsoft in google in the saint press releasing. This is great. You know so. We're excited about that. Yeah i wanted to dive a little bit more into nubia You know you guys pay. I think one point four billion for this company started by former apple engineers. Basically you know why. Why do you need nubia okay. I'll you know i'll tell you. The story in this has a lot to do with the conversation we just had about. How welcome see some. The industry transitions in how we execute on them. So the story is if you remember back in tweet g. into feature phone days and the blackberry we knew as we brought four g and mobile broadband to the seller space. The will have to become computer. She's gonna have a broadband so you need to have a computer in your hand to make use of the broadband and you're going to have a prosser we're gonna run of have an application and In we knew at that point that you didn't have a high-performance processor for battery powered device we could not get that from the arm roadmap to so so we basically put together a cpu team and we build if you remember. Scorpion was very first. Gigahertz clock. cpu in a battery powered device After that crate in debt drove the absolutely majori of the smartphone platform across. You know that time you know indoor it was growing to other oh s.'s. At the time and clearly it was squawking was the forefront really creating a mobile computing platform with our own. Cpu

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James Chapman from Qualcomm on the Snapdragon wireless headphones

Techschanges: Insights on Innovation

07:26 min | Last month

James Chapman from Qualcomm on the Snapdragon wireless headphones

"My guest. Today is james chapman. He's vice president and general manager of voice and music and wearables few happening in in those spaces at qualcomm and a james Big announcement today. Qualcomm is announcing new technology. That promises to make wireless audio as good as if not better than wired audio and it's called qualcomm snapdragon sound. Why don't you tell me a little bit about it. Well qualcomm snapdragon sound. It's about delivering as you said the best audio experience. I'm if you think about wide audience today it's can be little bit glitchy a kind of dirty secret. You don't get the best hotel. It's all breast to get it up to then headphones and many times many. You'll notice if you play a game. Many times latency can be really quite pull. That's in our view and from not acceptable increasingly where we talked consumers. They also are saying you know we really rely on these wireless devices. We want to be as good as we possibly can What are you going to do it. And the answer is to think of the whole phone airbud like whole system. You know you can get far if you concentrate on earbuds you can get so far become strength to lift up your thinking it in qualcomm. We're able to do that and you say well. I wanna follow the sound all the way through the phone. All the way over that wireless wirelessly all the way through the interim walk. Can i do the answers. You can do a look really improve the quality really improve the latency really improve the robustness. And that is what we've done with. Snapdragon sounds collapsed. End to end holistic view to give the consumer that the best. We think we can possibly give to interesting elements of that. I think one is this idea of trying to overcome what you call the glitchy nece. Sometimes there are drops and connectivity and one of my pet peeves is. you'll be watching a video or playing a game and some lag is introduced. It's like one of those old poorly dubbed movies from From decades ago. So one way that you're getting around this as you mentioned is integrating starting with the snapdragon eight processor and assume moving forward other processors. Could you give me a sense of how the phone. And the your buds work together to overcome some of those problems. Let latency is a really good example. Actually liking this. Sometimes if you think about it let's let's imagine piggybacking on the audio and following it where it goes up in. The phone comes into some apps and game engine and it has to wonder it's way through quad loss of west on this software is complicated in any number of places it's gonna take a wrestler bit carry on his journey in all of this complicated software. You can really quite quickly stopped to build up latency. We've gone through an really optimize that so rather than audio being thing that happens as a corollary to everything else is something which is up from center latency way we then go into the i mean you mentioned the eight eight eight snuggle. President tastic pro. There's also the connectivity chimps. The fast connect jesse put they are also incredibly important. You can't deliver the audio into the chip. That's about to send over the air and having huddleston hang around for a while so in that again we've done a lot of optimize age. Make sure the audio gets prioritized and anton. He added interface with managing the co comex with wifi. Very catholics. so that you know you not stalled and hang around waiting. We've managed the radio very carefully. So we've even gone into the The bluetooth radio with we've added features of secret sauce. If you like to make that work more efficiently batter than it would otherwise work and then over the going to do everything reverse did you go back through the air but that software radio interface again optimized and if you follow the audio on that journey all the places if the everywhere in the devices all the places where it was kind of hanging around not being pirates is not be optimized. We've gone through polished ola. At that point you then get this really low latency optimize end to end experience kind of need to behave if you really going to get the best of the consumer excellent. That's really helpful in understanding how you've overcome some of those challenges when digital music. mp threes. i came on the scene. There was a lot of concern. Where ruining our our ears. Where we're going to get used to generation is going to get used to this low quality audio and here. we are years later and According to qualcomm's research according to trends we're seeing in the marketplace consumers really want high quality audio and we're seeing worthy streaming services come online now offering high resolution master quality audio and staff. Dragons sound addresses that as well right absolutely so. It's it's really interesting. I think if you go back a little bit why do we end up with low quality audio. I mean we've been. We've been kind of with really quite poor quality for quite a long time and it's all because of the size of the music so we were very limited. It wasn't so much. The people didn't want high quality audio. It was more like couldn't get if they wanted it a now where we are as things that things move on a lot in terms of the basic activity to the phone. I'm so you've got five g. You've got wi fi six. If you wanna get high-definition strings you certainly can. There's no no penalty getting and then the streaming services. They've also paid attention to to the consumer as possible on redoing of snapdragon. Sam we've been very lucky to be involved with amazon music. And they have some fascinating insights into you know as they've started to add hd streaming the kind of the poll and the increased engagement from that consumers again doubles dannon shows that high-definition audio crop. Equality audio something that consumers react to and they really want now. Y you can hear it. Calling voice couldn't hear music but why because music without all the extra kinda frequency content can feel hope and flapped if you have to do a side by side kind of compressed audio with his high definition audio. The thing that you'll notice as kind of an openness brightness and i am see an intimacy to the sound that you just don't get with the compress files and once people here that they can do very very Hooked by it now. Cross the problem today to get all the phone. You then put on your headphones. We have to compress it away again. Actually get it. Delivered up -til cheerio drum and undoubted again is the thing that snapdragon sound is trying to fix for us allows us to actually finally deliver the high quality audio all the way to your eardrum whereas appreciative

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"wi" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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06:11 min | Last month

"wi" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Wi OD. You gonna look right now? Doppler Radar 83 Point b. J T two and Fort Lauderdale and also Opal lock at 11 02. You can now add the covet shot to your public screw surrealist. All 730 in store. Public pharmacies, including 136 in Miami Dade and Broward counties are now offering seniors the vaccine that's on top of more than 80, CVS and the bottles and more than 150, Wal Mart and Winn Dixie Statewide If I used, Dr Eileen Marty says, there's no reason to shop around for the manufacturer, Fizer, Moderna, and soon Johnson and Johnson for right now, take whichever Safe, effective vaccine is approved by the FDA for mass vaccination sites are set to open in Miami, Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville on Wednesday. Eric Rodriguez news radio 6 10 W R U D Florida reporting 126 recent deaths from covered 19 today more than 5500 new infections. Positivity rate at just under 6.5%. President Biden's $1.9 Trillion coronavirus relief package, including $1400 payments is now in the hands of the Senate. The House approved the $1.9 Trillion American rescue plan early Saturday. He headline item in the bill is a $1400 direct payment that people with adjusted gross incomes up to $75,000 per person, or 150,000 for married couples. Dependents are also eligible for those $1400 payments, meaning a family of four would get $5600. That's Mark Mayfield. Tiger Woods is thanking PGA players for their tributes as he recovers from a serious car crash in Los Angeles area players wore Tiger signature red shirt, black hat and black pants during yesterday's final round at the WGC Workday Championship. This comes just days after Woods was hospitalized. The 45 year old who lives in Jupiter Island, said it's quote hard to explain how touching the tribute was, he said golfers and fans alike or helping him Get through this tough time. Morning is coming up at 11 30 More Brian My next I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio. 6 10 w y o D live from South Florida Brian Mud Show starts right now. Use radio 6 10 w y o T. Former President Donald Trump returning to center stage and I want you to know that I'm going to continue to fight right by your side. I may even decide Beat them for a third time. Okay, telling Republicans he still wants to lead a Quinnipiac poll this month shows three quarters of Republicans still want Trump to play a prominent role in the party going forward. There's so many things about what has been playing out really going back to the last election cycle in which in Florida we ended the cycle where top to bottom and our state we more elected Republicans than we've ever had. Then you take a look at the dynamic of CPAC Bean in Orlando. Then you take a look at Or Indian President Donald Trump. Who is the front runner coming out strong Paul, followed by our governor, Ron de Santis. And then if you get past Christy Nome and pretty much everybody else that back, you'll find Rubio and Scott as well. Even some folks that want man gate, So it's one of those dynamics to our most roads lead back to Florida. In the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement. And on that particular note, bring in Dr Sean Foreman from Barry University at Dr John Foreman on Twitter, Shawn, What do you think about CPAC and specifically what the president had to say yesterday? Hey, Good morning, Brian. Well, we're back in campaign mode, It seems after listening to Donald Trump's 90 minute speech at CPAC. And and I mean that in the way that what we heard from Donald Trump on Sunday was a lot more of the same of what he left us with in his last public appearances, you know, grievances over the election, um, saying that he won. But, you know, talking about immigration policy, energy policy on Cove it and really airing his grievances against Biden and the Democrats and what I think we didn't hear yet. Is anything new from Donald Trump on Do you know a probable here few more weeks of grievances, But I think the the what we here now is he needs to pivot. He needs to look to the future rather than the past. The one thing I did yesterday. And this is where I might disagree with you too a bit, but it on Lee is in complete context. So, um, Ordinarily, I don't have the TV on much at all other than a monitor in the studio here and But when I'm at home, and I'm working, I want quiet. I'm just there doing my thing. And since I'm working most of the time they're more days and I don't even turn on the TV. But yesterday I had cpac on I had, you know, C span just cover the whole thing unfiltered from start to finish, So I just had, you know, C span on the background and something I'm really sensitive to, because it's a lot of what I personally get involved with the election integrity related matters, whether we're talking about what happened in 2018 that led to the changes in Broward And Palm Beach counties to some of the issues that played out nationally. The at CPAC. You had the panels, and there were seven of them in total that talked about these very specific election integrity measures that they're going to be looking to unfold across the country. And then you had Trump that ended up paying homage to that particular element. So in other words, it wasn't necessarily just, you know. Hey, you know, I I got screwed in the election. The when he's talking about election integrity, It seems as though there's something substantive there that you're going to see Republicans push clear across the country. Well, yes, there is sudden substance of there. And in fact, Donald Trump mentioned three or four points of election reform. He'd like to see and probably they were talked about in these panels..

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"wi" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"wi" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Wi OD Florida has not lost control of the coronavirus, says Governor De Santis, at least not anymore than many states states that are always held up by people in Brian's administration, like New York have way higher per capita patients hospitalized for covert right now, De Santis has criticized President Biden's thoughts about how to end the pandemic. De Santis rejected having FEMA set up vaccine distribution sites, saying the state just needed more doses of the vaccine. And abiding spokesperson responded that Florida had only given about half two shots. It had gotten more than 750 pharmacies in Florida, including Wal Marts, Publix is and Winn Dixie's now offered covert 19 shots. Though the numbers have confirmed covered cases has started to come down Jackson Health System's CEO Carlos McCoy, it warns, We may not be over the hump yet potentially have another search down the line and so a big deal that we need to make sure here that we've accident as many people that are high risk responsible. Florida has vaccinated more than 2.3. Million people, including more than one million You've gotten both doses your IOU to the I. R s comes due two months from today I arrest special Agent in charge, Tyler Hatcher says you should choose who prepares your 10 40 carefully open year round. You don't want to have just somebody that you know, open their doors to the tax year, And then he's gone. Because if you're ever faced with an audit, you want somebody to be able to stand by your side and help you through that process. He says. You're prepare. Must have a valid prepare attacks identification number and sign your return. Otherwise, you could become a victim of stolen identity or fraud. You did not have to pay taxes on any stimulus funds. You got payment doesn't count as income so you don't owe taxes on it. And a special enrollment period begins today for Obama care health plans you can sign up at healthcare dot Gove. With Florida's news. I'm John the question..

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Bob The Drag Queen And Camila Mendes, We're Here To Play Games!

Ask Me Another

04:40 min | 2 months ago

Bob The Drag Queen And Camila Mendes, We're Here To Play Games!

"I am so excited to be joined by two of my favorite comics. I haven't been able to see them in person for a longtime but here. We are joined together through wi fi. Laurie kilmartin and aaron jackson. Hello hey we have all not done a live show. I assume you've not done a live show through this whole thing because there has been none but you never know. Do you miss stand up or are you happy for the break. I definitely miss it. I have done one show. It was back in the pickup truck. Oh yeah arrive in shows. It was i mean any other time in my career. We would have called that a hell gig. I was excited to be there. It was like me judy goal. Of course we were like but the whole time we were like that was amazing. Oh my goodness that was flashing white. Laughter couldn't see people still amazing wound literally on the back of a pickup truck. Oh yeah on the bed of a pickup truck in front of a diner in queens and do they put like a stool up there with a bottled water. There was a mike stand. I don't know if there was still did you. How was your memory of your sach. I mean i was rusty. But i was like. It's your fault for coming to the first comedy show which began laureate. Do miss doing stand up or you. Happy for the break i do that. I've been to mean a all may stand up shows in my bedroom on. Yeah and i constantly have to worry that. I didn't lock the door and family members going to barge in asking nita jar or or whatever i had to drive out which is when you walk. You walk through. I was like what. Are you doing more devastating. When somebody put their car in reverse during show. So laurie aaron. We have a game for you. Sound good read excellent so as you know. Fully artists are the people who create the sounds. We hear in film and television. So this audio quizzes called foley moly play a movie sound effect and you are going to guess how the sound was actually made. But don't worry. This is multiple choice. So you'll have some thing to choose from and you're going to be competing against each other so we're going to go back and forth Starting with aaron okay. Okay all right. This is godzilla from nine thousand nine hundred fifty four. Well that was weird. That was a weird one. Okay how was that sound created was it created a breathing through a scuba divers mask be rubbing a leather gloves coated in pine tar resin against the strings of a double bass or see withholding coffee from a mother of four. Well i mean. I'm sure it's probably two of those definitely. Sounds like coffee with your. I don't remember. Hey so i am going to say the pine tar and the base absolutely. That is correct. Any answer that contains the word resin is the right answer was no other byzantine and the sound designers for the two thousand and fourteen version. Say the roar differently. They captured sounds at frequencies that humans can't hear and pitched them down in the studio so they sound like they're fine. This is for you lori. This army chant is from the second lord of the rings movie the two towers. What are we really hearing there. Is it a twenty five thousand spectators at a cricket match be the crowd at a special promotional lord of the rings inspired pro wrestling match or c sixty five hundred angry fans at comecon. Who just learned that. Ben affleck was cast as batman and or not audio from assume comedy show. I mean the most successful one. We agree that would be the most successful i. I'm going to pick a match. Yes yes that is correct. It was a peter. Jackson ran onto the field well. A cricket match was happening. i'm pro. He probably waited for breaking the action and taught the crowd the

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"wi" Discussed on Women belong in the House

Women belong in the House

03:39 min | 7 months ago

"wi" Discussed on Women belong in the House

"Cannot stand boomers. He blames boomers for everything that's gone wrong in the world and to say excuse me, I sign your paycheck and I'm boomer but that being said. We've got to let the know all the stuff that you say you want. Now just a simple leasing, you know commonsense gun, regulation, universal health, care leaning into climate climate action all the stuff you say that you want guess who has the power to secure that you do the power is in your hand, you don't get to beat up on the boomers. Reluctant Athletic I've never used the term that this is the most important election in your lifetime because it just gets to be people. People think that it's just idiomatic expression but I want to tell people that. The rest of your life is tied up into what happens whether or not. You told young woman at at the drugstore the other day who said she wasn't going to vote I said well, your ability to have an abortion or not will be determined by what happens to this election she kind of perked up whether or not you'll have safe schools with. Everything. You can think of saying you know what you're born in elected officials side your birth certificate when you died in elected officials signed your birth certificate everything between that Dash. How much your vehicle registration fee is the whether or not you can have abortions determined by somebody that you elect or not elect, and so I just want to leave that with young people we are in the home stretch the election is happening in some states. Early, voting is already open. If you're planning to vote by mail, it's essential that you check out local resources to understand how to do so properly so that your vote is counted. Make a detailed voting plan so that you know exactly how where and when you're going to cast your ballot. I've said it before on this show and I know the phrase can get a little stale. Selection may actually be the most important election of our lives I'm hoping that this look at Wisconsin at a state where so few votes decided the fate of the country for years ago might help inspire people to step up and take action women across the country. Again have stepped up at record numbers to actually do the work of running for office. Now, it's your turn to step up and choose who gets to serve you and governing bodies were decisions are being made. For more on the state, of Wisconsin, wfan has a brand new show hosted by grace called winning Wisconsin. The trailer and episode one are now out wherever you listen episodes drop on the winning Wisconsin feed on Tuesdays and starting next week we will also drop episodes of winning Wisconsin on this eat every Thursday. Tune in next week for the next stop on our road trip. We're continuing our move west this time driving south to we'll be talking about the great state of Arizona. Women belong in the House as a wonder media network production. It's executive produced by me Jenny Kaplan and produced by Grace Lynch and live Smith. Special. Thanks to Louise Arbour and eady Allard for their work on the show. Original theme music by Miles Moran. Talk to you next week..

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"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Then you're going to find out that some time later in this year when the FCC approves all this stuff stuff they're going to open the on ramp that lane and it's GonNa give you more than double the amount of lanes who had before and also slow cars can't get on it. No combine tractors after Snow Sucks. It's going to be Wi fi six devices and above are the only people that are gonna be allowed on this. New Superhighway is going to be twice as wide as what you have right now. That's the way to look got it. You know I'm I'm doubling the amount of ban with giving a lot more channels. It's going to be a lot. Less interference is associated with that. No legacy clients. It's Wi fi six in higher speed and keep weight here. It's still wi fi. It's going to be invisible when you're using your phone or your tablet your own thing. It's like okay. Do I want to get on the social network. They're running on the WIFI network. When you get on the Wi fi network your system will automatically jump between two point four and five gigahertz? You don't even have to do that. You don't have to worry about it. Well that's going to be two point. Four four five Gig for sixty. It's still Wifi. You don't have to learn anything new so whether you're consumer or an IT administrator in the enterprise it's not like. I have to learn a brand. New Technology is just wi fi different frequency. And it's GonNa be huge because it's just a lot more band with a lot more performance a lot more capability and it will give a better are user experience got it but this is all reliant on the FCC which every now and then that makes me a little nervous so how close to a done deal. Is this that we're going to have this because this is gonna going to be shared spectrum and it's not auctioned off its unlicensed. So that's great but what needs to happen at the FCC to make this real and how likely is it the good thing about that we expect the FCC to sign off on this before the end of the year and there's a couple of reasons for that one is that the last time they had vote was unanimous. Everybody said Hey we need to. We need to open the space. Jason for unlicensed wife I use whatever the second part and let's just be honest is that the members of the board on the FCC though the political appointees we've gotten election in the United States the end of the year so the people that are on the board right now whether they stay or whether they go they want to get this out the door before that happens so. We're pretty confident. In the the people I've talked to and what I've been involved in a different organization groups that the FCC will bless that there's some limitations as far as power this a couple of incumbents on their microwave type stuff often. We have to make sure we don't interfere with them. Same thing we did with doppler radar in the five Gigahertz plant put. It is going to happen. broadcom came out that. CBS and they announced eight new chips. So obviously they're throwing their money in their beliefs so there and also think Intel came out now some stuff so I'm thinking before the end of this year the FCC is kind of open up that spectrum. Jim Okay let me on the controversial to end on a couple months ago I had a person who was building a connected postal tracking being service and they use cellular for it because it goes all around the world on ships. All kinds of crazy places and wi fi. Just isn't isn't ready for that it's not. It's not mobile that way. So this person explained to me in great detail how they felt that Wi fi in the next decade would be kind of a technology of the past where where cellular with NBA Ot with the emergence of using things like C. B. R. S. Band and virtual Sims would suddenly become much more compelling. Because the costs go down you would be able to authenticate on. Networks automatically all all kinds of interesting things and there was a security and Q.. Os Level All. That isn't available in Wifi. Just WanNa throw that out there at you and ask you. Where do you see Wi fi going especially with these high value highly mobile connected devices? Why is going to continue to be the primary technology for the rest of my life? It's not going to be the only technology it's kind of like they you know is five Jegan replaced Wi fi wife. I know it's never going to happen because you know one of the things understand appreciate all. This is that this kind of wraps around five G. Five G. really has two part two. It's called new radio and it's called network slicing not GonNa get into network slicing but the new radio component includes Wifi. Wifi is one of the on ramps into five gene with private private lt wimax and whatever else a Wi fis never gonna go. It's always going to be a primary component with the VA type technology with the resource units. which the each segmentation that Wi fi six authors? You'RE GONNA get a lot more security associated that you're GonNa get lot more cure west because I can dedicate amount of bandwidth prior to Wi fi six. It was it was all shared and I can have different priority schemes but with Alexia May and the ability to dedicate certain amount of bandwidth just certain clients like voice clients. I get that cure west automatically. Ah the greatest technology has never won. You know as I said. I'm I'm an old guy I remember You know Ethernet Tokar FDI ATM. Token ring was better than Ethan that everybody. Nobody can argue that point Ethan at one because it was stable it was easy it was and the same thing with FDI the same thing with ATM. That why here it's reliable. It's understood and one of the best examples. I saw the why. Why is going to stay where it is? Is that second half last year there were a couple of reports that came out from DC. And right now they're about thirteen billion billion Wi fi devices operating in the world and ready four billion more each year and what they were saying. It's their expectations. And it's pretty conservative. Actually is that by the end of this year. Sure we're going to add about one point. Six Billion Wifi six devices one point six billion Wifi six bucks at the same time they're saying by the end of twenty twenty five we'll have one point five billion five G. devices so you're never going to replace these devices. The phones or tablets laptops. Yeah your phones are going to have a multi sent and that's a great idea. CBS GonNa give you some different capabilities. But how many tablets have a sell your neighbor right now. How many laptops have how many of those not devices we were just talking about? They don't WanNA spend the money money on you know Wi fi six. They're not gonNA add. You know if I have a choice I go five G.. Do I go cellular. Whatever Wifi it's GonNa be a WIFI interface? So it's it. Forget the technology discussion discussion. You almost need to take it down to a common sense type stuff that it's not a competition WIFI private L. C. D. R. S. Five Gene. All these technologies are going to coexist coexist and actually collaborate assist each other depending on your use cases because there's definitely advantages one has over the other but those are going to be. You know Wi fis not not going anywhere anytime soon. It's kind of like you know for ten years. They say wireless is GONNA replace wired. The data center is going to be wired for a long time. You know wireless doesn't work in that space so once again. That's the world according to Perry Perry thank you so much for coming on the show. This week I really appreciate it. I enjoyed talking about this stuff. That's it for this week. Thanks so much for listening and remember if you'd like more. I O T news sign up for my newsletter at Stacey on IOT DOT com. We'll see you next week.

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"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Had before and also slow cars can't get on it. No combine tractors actors no sucks. It's going to be Wi fi. Six devices and above are the only people that are going to be allowed on. This new superhighway is going to be twice as wide as what you have right now. That's the way to look got it. You know I'm I'm doubling the amount of ban with giving a lot more channels. It's going to be a lot. Less interference is associated with that. No legacy clients it's Wi fi six and in higher speed and keep weight here. It's still wi fi. It's going to be invisible when you're using your phone or your tablet your own thing. It's like okay. Do I want to get on the social network. They're running on the WIFI network. When you get on the Wi fi network your system will automatically jump between two point four and five gigahertz? You don't even have to do that. You have to worry about it. Well that's going to be two point. Four four five Gig for sixty. It's still Wifi. You don't have to learn anything new so whether you're consumer or an IT administrator in the enterprise it's not like. I have to learn a brand. New Technology is just wi fi at a different frequency. And it's GonNa be huge because it's just a lot more band with a lot more performance a lot more capability and it will give a better are user experience got it but this is all reliant on the FCC which every now and then that makes me a little nervous so how close to a done deal. Is this that we're going to have this because this is gonna going to be shared spectrum and it's not auctioned off its unlicensed. So that's great but what needs to happen at the FCC to make this real and how likely is it the good thing about that we expect the FCC to sign off on this before the end of the year and there's a couple of reasons for that one is that the last time they had vote was unanimous. Everybody said Hey we need to. We need to open the space. Jason for unlicensed wife I use whatever the second part and let's just be honest is that the members of the board on the FCC though the political appointees we've gotten election in the United States the end of the year so the people that are on the board right now whether they stay or whether they go they want to get this out the door before that happens so. We're pretty confident. In the the people I've talked to and what I've been involved in a different organization groups that the FCC will bless that there's some limitations as far as power this a couple of incumbents on their microwave type stuff often. We have to make sure we don't interfere with them. Same thing we did with doppler radar in the five Gigahertz plant put. It is going to happen broadcom came out at. CBS and they announced eight new chips. So obviously they're throwing their money in their beliefs so they and also think Intel came out now some stuff so I'm thinking before the end of this year the FCC is kind of open up that spectrum. Jim Okay let me on the controversial to end on a couple months ago I had a person who was building a connected postal tracking being service and they use cellular for it because it goes all around the world on ships. All kinds of crazy places and wi fi. Just isn't isn't ready for that it's not. It's not mobile that way. So this person explained to me in great detail how they felt that Wi fi in the next decade would be kind of a technology of the past where where cellular with NBA Ot with the emergence of using things like C. B. R. S. Band and virtual Sims would suddenly become much more compelling. Because the costs go down you would be able to authenticate on. Networks automatically all all kinds of interesting things and there was a security and Q.. Os Level All. That isn't available in Wifi. Just WanNa throw that out there at you and ask you. Where do you see Wi fi going especially with these high value highly mobile connected devices? Why is going to continue to be the primary technology for the rest of my life? It's not going to be the only technology it's kind of like they you know is five Jegan replaced Wi fi wife. I know it's never going to happen because you know one of the things that understand appreciate all. This is that this kind of wraps around five G. Five G. really has two parts to it's called new radio and it's called network slicing not GonNa get into network slicing but the new radio component includes Wifi. Wifi is one of the on ramps into five gene with private private lt wimax and whatever else a Wi fis never gonna go. It's always going to be a primary component with the VA type technology with the resource units. which the each segmentation that Wi fi six authors? You'RE GONNA get a lot more security associated that you're GonNa get lot more cure west because I can dedicate amount of bandwidth prior to Wi fi six. It was it was all shared and I can have different priority schemes but with a and the ability to dedicate certain amount of bandwidth just certain clients like voice clients. I get that cure west automatically. Ah the greatest technology has never won. You know as I said. I'm I'm an old guy I remember You know Ethernet Tokar FDI ATM. Token ring was better than Ethan that everybody. Nobody can argue that point Ethan at one because it was stable it was easy it was and the same thing with FDI the same thing with ATM. That wise here it's reliable. It's understood and one of the best examples. I saw the why. Why is going to stay where it is? Is that second half last year there were a couple of reports that came out from DC. And right now they're about thirteen billion billion Wi fi devices operating in the world and ready four billion more each year and what they were saying. It's their expectations. And it's pretty conservative. Actually that by the end of this year we're we're going to add about one point. Six Billion Wifi six devices one point six billion Wifi six bucks at the same time they're saying by the end of twenty twenty five. We'll have one point five billion five G. devices so you're never going to replace these devices. The phones or tablets laptops. Yeah your phones are going to have a multi sent and that's a great idea. CBS GonNa give you some different capabilities. But how many tablets have a sell your neighbor right now. How many laptops have how many of those not devices we were just talking about? They don't WanNA spend the money money on you know Wi fi six. They're not gonNA add. You know if I have a choice I go five G.. Do I go cellular. Whatever Wifi it's GonNa be a WIFI interface? So it's it. Forget the technology discussion discussion. You almost need to take it down to a common sense type stuff that it's not a competition WIFI private L. C. D. R. S. Five Gene. All these technologies are going to coexist coexist and actually collaborate assist each other depending on your use cases because there's definitely advantages one has over the other but those are going to be. You know Wi fis not not going anywhere anytime soon. It's kind of like you know for ten years. They say wireless is GONNA replace wired. The data center is going to be wired for a long time. You know wireless doesn't work in that space so once again. That's the world according to Perry Perry thank you so much for coming on the show. This week I really appreciate it. I enjoyed talking about this stuff. That's it for this week. Thanks so much for listening and remember if you'd like more. I O T news sign up for my newsletter at Stacey on IOT DOT com. We'll see you next week.

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"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Favorite topic Wi fi six. This is traditionally known as eighty-two Dot Eleven A. X. and we're all all of buzz over it in the tech press because we're like. Hey it's gotta be super fast. It's GonNa have this amazing ability to handle lots and lots and lots and lots of devices devices but for the most part Kevin and I after looking into it have been telling people that they don't actually need to rush out and replace their routers for a Wi. I five six router because in the whole you're not going to be dealing with quite that level of density and then the other devices you're connecting to need to also have wi fi six four it all to work so talk to me about what's your advising consumers in the home around Wifi six. I know that's not your the day to day business but I'm sure you have thoughts. No no actually just just kind of let you know one of my other hats that I wear extra. Because I'm actually the interface both the i Tripoli and the Wifi Wifi Alliance so I'm actually involved with some of that stuff at the get go and do that. But the biggest thing to understand about Wi fi six is that we by we I mean the networking vendors. There's a WIFI vendors. Over the last twenty years we create a problem for yourself because every three or four years we would come out and say. Hey we got this brand. New Technology went from eight to eleven A. TO BE GENE TO END TO. MC WAY WANT AC way too and finally a ex rather and you know every three years we'd come up to the customer was hanging. You need to buy this new stuff. It's great it's GonNa Change Your Life it's GonNa make it easy and at some point they got the end users. That's the point that this doesn't make any difference anymore. Why should I jump the Wi fi six? You know if you promise me that the last four technology's going to solve all my problems. What's important understand appreciate about Wi fi six is it totally changes the way? Why five works and it's actually a big? A change in my experience goes back to the early Easter net. Stick net cable tron days and all that stuff. So that's kind of where I've evolved from but up until this point Wifi is always work is on an access point even though I could have ten twenty thirty hundred devices connected at one time only what advice can talk at a time on a radio. Hello everybody else has to wait and that device talks and then somebody else talks and then somebody else talks now. Over the last twenty years or so with different technologies we allow these devices vices to talk faster and faster and faster but they still only talk one at a time. What happened with Wi fi six and why it is a huge change? It allows actually multiple devices to talk at one time so now instead of one client one phone one norse crawl system one device having access to the Air I can actually support dozens of device talking simultaneously and give them different priorities and this is upstream and downstream so that gives me a huge advantage that gives wifi sixty new advantage over the other technologies and part hard. That was that even though Wifi technology got faster and faster existing technology could still have an older devices on the network like a g device or even an early end device ice and when that device is talking talked really really slow and everybody else has to wait until the client gets their chance. They can talk whatever speed they can support. But with a mix of high speech locie devices on one network the slows the performance way down the best way the best analogy I used for this. It's anybody who lives near a big city. You know that whether it's the four. Oh Five Live in California or the four seventy five going around Atlanta seven o'clock in the morning you're on that highway. The highway might say sixty miles an hour. And we're all doing twelve. Just because it contention and density unfitting slower devices and Wi fi work the same way now with Wi fi six. It is a little bit faster though some offer them capabilities air and it does some other stuff as far as power saving the biggest thing is something called Fema. I saw frequency division multiple access. Big Word sounds like you know what you're talking about. What it does is it allows me? I don't want to call it actually like like switching even though it does that in a way that I can actually talk upstream and downstream to multiple clients. At one time in theory we could talk up to seventy plus clients nights at one time in reality. You're never going to see numbers like that. You're going to see a dozen or two dozen. Be Able to talk at one time but to your point which is beverly important that in order to get to realize allies the the true advantages of the true value of Wifi six. You really have to have a majority of Wifi six clients connected to that radio uh-huh because if you've got ten percent WIFI six clients and ninety percent non white by six which is probably close to what we have today. You're really not going to see that. I mean you could put a testbed bet on it and maybe see some improvement but the actual user experience isn't going to change into we start getting a lot more wifi six on that radio. That was a lot of knowledge packed in a pretty deputy. Then it sounds like you agree that no consumer needs to rush out and do this yet in and I'm like if you're GONNA buy a router sure pick a Wifi six capable one if this is like if it's your time to do this but otherwise you can pause so far. We saw a bunch of new WIFI. Six six capable routers. What are the end devices that we're GONNA see? I guess the first thing is obviously the The iphone eleven came out and well actually before for that. Samsung came out and announced their new phones. We'll support Wifi six eleven E. X. Type Technology and the phone eleven came out and said the same thing and also on the the The laptop side. There actually are some out there but most of the laptops right now are really gaming laptop. Not your traditional ones that you know. Businesses by is the ones with very labor high-performance and obviously if you're gaining you really need whatever extra benefit you can get microseconds. We'll give you an advantage. So obviously they're very very interested in the eleven next technology so that that's what we're seeing I. You know when it's a router a win it's an access point. We're just waiting for that latest technology. We're waiting for the I. Tripoli waiting for the WIFI alliance lines get further enough along that we can get that out and start selling it. Because that's the impetus to sell a new generation of product and a lot of times people don't realize and they say well where are the client why I five six eleven the X. I don't WanNa say it's not important to the phones but it just kind of what's more important. When when the IPHONE came out? The Samsung came out. They weren't front page news. Same Wifi six. That was buried down the numbers. They're talking about foldable screens and pixels. And all this other stuff so when the client side the Wi Fi. Six technology isn't really cushier isn't the main impetus to actually launch that next innovation of product. It's really good to the camera. How the screen and all that so you will always see a lag in that type of environment once again? The reason you saw laptops early on is because they were trying to get into the gaining market where obviously speed was a major driver there and I also agree with you very urban much though not just on the consumer side but on the enterprise side you don't go out and rip out a working infrastructure just to go to Wi fi sick and as you said if my network slow if it's time to fix it and I'm going to upgrade you have to go to Wi fi six because that's gonNa give you five six seven years of future crew technology and you don't want to go back and by eleven. Ac let's see one or two okay. Well then that gets into the idea of corporate networks those networks. I feel like they could take advantage a little bit earlier. And then we also talked about all things like stadiums or shopping malls. So what about those folks should they rip and replace what's not less. It's ready to make a change once again at that. My sales guys it is. Well hate me for saying that but it it is what it is actually where you're going to see. Probably the biggest growth or the biggest need for Wifi six is actually GonNa be in what we referred to as. There's a large public venues whether it's the stadium whether it's a shopping mall whether it's a place like that because what you're going to see and it's based on turnover you're going to see people turn over their phones much more often than you think. Tablets or laptops being turned over so once again. Let's give credit to the younger generation. They WANNA brand new phone every twelve months so when that brand new phone mm time comes along. That's going to be eleven ex wife by six type device and so you're gonNA see in the shopping malls you're going to see in the public spaces for bigger demands take advantage of the Wifi six capabilities versus in the enterprise. Mean if you're in an enterprise and you provide the laptop for your employees. Then obviously you probably WANNA give everybody a Wifi six as they turn over their laptops. But that's probably going to be a two or three or even four year process dependent on your corporate direction. And until you have. There's there's no real hard fast numbers. But it's just a ballpark until you have about fifty percent worth your clients as why five six capable. You're probably not going to see a big difference and then and once you actually get to that point in the enterprise. What's the big deal? Now is on access points that have dual five gigahertz capabilities. So instead of an access point with a fixed two point four radio and a fixed five gigahertz radio. You're going to have five gigahertz. You can set up that this is only going to support the Wi fi six clients so I get all my fast people together and then you take the other five gigahertz radio and say this is only going to support the non Wifi six client so actually. It's a win win for both separate them out. You're creating a slow lane. I love it. Okay well not a slowly. Let's just say an average wage. No this this would make sense. I'm I'm thinking about like on my consumer side. I'm going back there because a lot of the IOT devices for example in my home. They're not going to have six capable chips possibly forever. It's is not not a my lifetime. Yeah so I'm like Oh those guys are just going to be sitting there you know. And that's the majority of things on my network. It's not the majority of traffic but it is definitely definitely a lot of the signaling and Ping's rate so this is interesting exactly and there's a huge value. I understand that if I'm a manufacturer making an Iot device a a widget what do I want. I want that thing to signal to propagate as far as possible and I WANNA get a product that you cheapest possible and I'm gonNA product that's GonNa work pretty much anywhere in the world and I hate to I say this but two point four gigahertz perfect solution for that and even though two point four actually will work in the in the Wi fi six. They're not going to spend the money right now to do that once everything that comes John Parr on price. Then you might actually see you know. I want to sell this widget for thirty bucks so I went up. Paid five bucks for the chipset. I'm not gonNA spend any money but you're right. I need a segment. These devices out as much as possible. Got It all right now for fun. Let's talk about. Oh my gosh. Why six E which I get? What's happening here because I followed networking forever but as a consumer I think at this point is when I would want to like rip my hat off my head and just throw it on the ground and discuss us just be like? Oh what is happening. So let's explain to people what Wi fi six ee is and why it matters. It's a good thing. It absolutely is because go over this last year. There's so many different wireless technologies coming out there and people looking at this and go. This is not. It's not helping me. It's confusing and more with the way to look at Wi fi six. Not The six gigahertz space is once again. Let's go back to that. High speed low speed lanes..

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"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Favorite topic Wi fi six. This is traditionally known as eighty-two Dot Eleven A. X. and we're all all of buzz over it in the tech press because we're like. Hey it's gotta be super fast. It's GonNa have this amazing ability to handle lots and lots and lots and lots of devices devices but for the most part Kevin and I after looking into it have been telling people that they don't actually need to rush out and replace their routers for a Wi. I five six router because in the whole you're not going to be dealing with quite that level of density and then the other devices you're connecting to need to also have wi fi six four it all to work so talk to me about what's your advising consumers in the home around Wifi six. I know that's not your the day to day business but I'm sure you have thoughts. No no actually just just kind of let you know one of my other hats that I wear extra. Because I'm actually the interface both the i Tripoli and the Wifi Wifi Alliance so I'm actually involved with some of that stuff at the get go and do that. But the biggest thing to understand about Wi fi six is that we by we I mean the networking vendors. There's a WIFI vendors. Over the last twenty years we create a problem for yourself because every three or four years we would come out and say. Hey we got this brand. New Technology went from eight to eleven A.. To be gene to end to. AC WAY WANT AC way too and finally a ex rather and you know every three years we'd come up to the customer was hanging need to buy this new stuff. It's great it's GonNa Change Your Life it's GonNa make it easy and at some point they got the end users death the point that this doesn't make any difference anymore. Why should I jump the Wi fi six? You know if you promise me that the last four technology's going to solve all my problems. What's important understand appreciate about Wi fi six is it totally changes the way? Why five works and it's actually a big? A change in my experience goes back to the early Easter net. Stick net cable tron days and all that stuff. So that's kind of where I've evolved from but up until this point Wifi is always work is on an access point even though I could have ten twenty thirty hundred devices connected at one time only what advice can talk at a time on a radio. Hello everybody else has to wait and that device talks and then somebody else talks and then somebody else talks now. Over the last twenty years or so with different technologies we allow these devices vices to talk faster and faster and faster but they still only talk one at a time. What happened with Wi fi six and why it is a huge change? It allows actually multiple devices to talk at one time so now instead of one client one phone one norse crawl system one device having access to the Air I can actually support dozens of device talking simultaneously and give them different priorities and this is upstream and downstream so that gives me a huge advantage that gives wifi sixty nugent vantage over the other technologies and part hard. That was that even though Wifi technology got faster and faster existing technology could still have an older devices on the network like a g device or even an early end device ice and when that device is talking talked really really slow and everybody else has to wait until the client gets their chance. They can talk whatever speed they can support. But with a mix of high speech locie devices on one network the slows the performance way down the best way the best analogy I used for this. It's anybody who lives near a big city. You know that whether it's a four zero five live in California or the four seventy five going around Atlanta seven o'clock in the morning you're on that highway. The highway might say sixty miles an hour. And we're all doing twelve. Just because it contention and density unfitting slower devices and Wi fi work the same way now with Wi fi six. It is a little bit faster though some offer them capabilities air and it does some other stuff as far as power saving the biggest thing is something called Fema. I saw frequency division multiple access. Big Word sounds like you know what you're talking about. What it does is it allows me? I don't want to call it actually like like switching even though it does that in a way that I can actually talk upstream and downstream to multiple clients. At one time in theory we could talk up to seventy plus clients. Why is that one time in reality? You're never going to see numbers like that. You're going to see a dozen or two dozen. Be Able to talk at one time but to your point which is beverly important that in order to get to realize allies the the true advantages of the true value of Wifi six. You really have to have a majority of Wifi six clients connected to that radio uh-huh because if you've got ten percent WIFI six clients ninety percent non white by six which is probably close to what we have today. You're really not going to see that. I mean you could put a testbed bet on it and maybe see some improvement but the actual user experience isn't going to change into we start getting a lot more wifi six on that radio. That was a lot of knowledge packed in a pretty deputy. Then it sounds like you agree that no consumer needs to rush out and do this yet in and I'm like if you're GONNA buy a router sure pick a Wifi six capable one if this is like if it's your time to do this but otherwise you can pause so far. We saw a bunch of new WIFI. Six six capable routers. What are the end devices that we're GONNA see? I guess the first thing is obviously the The iphone eleven came out and well actually before for that. Samsung came out and announced their new phones. We'll support Wifi six eleven E. X. Type Technology and the phone eleven came out and said the same thing and also on the the The laptop side. There actually are some out there but most of the laptops right now are really gaming laptop. Not your traditional ones that you know. Businesses by is the ones with very labor high-performance and obviously if you're gaming you really need whatever extra benefit you can get microseconds. We'll give you an advantage. So obviously they're very very interested in the eleven next next technology so that that's what we're seeing I. You know when it's a router a win it's an access point. We're just waiting for that latest technology. We're waiting for the I. Tripoli waiting for the WIFI alliance lines get further enough along that we can get that out and start selling it. Because that's the impetus to sell a new generation of product and a lot of times people don't realize and they say well where are the client why I five six eleven the X. say it's not important to the phones but it just kind of what's more important. When when the IPHONE came out? The Samsung came out. They weren't front page news. Same Wifi six. That was buried down the numbers. They're talking about foldable screens and pixels and all this other stuff so when the client side the Wi fi six technology isn't really a pusher but he's in the main impetus to actually launch that next innovation of product. It's really good to the camera. How the screen and all that so you will always see a lag in that type of environment once again? The reason you saw laptops early on is because they were trying to get into the gaining market where obviously speed was a major driver there and I also agree with you very urban much though not just on the consumer side but on the enterprise side you don't go out and rip out a working infrastructure just to go to Wi fi sick and as you said if my network slow if it's time to fix it and I'm going to upgrade you have to go to Wi fi six because that's gonNa give you five six seven years of future crew technology and you don't want to go back and by eleven. Ac let's see one or two okay. Well then that gets into the idea of corporate networks those networks. I feel like they could take advantage a little bit earlier. And then we also talked about all things like stadiums or shopping malls. So what about those folks should they rip and replace what's not less. It's ready to make a change once again at that. My sales guys it is. Well hate me for saying that but it it is what it is actually where you're going to see. Probably the biggest growth or the biggest need for Wifi six is actually GonNa be in what we referred to as. There's a large public venues whether it's the stadium whether it's a shopping mall whether it's a place like that because what you're going to see and it's based on turnover you're going to see people turn over their phones much more often than you think. Tablets or laptops being turned over so once again. Let's give credit to the younger generation. They WANNA brand new phone every twelve months so when that brand new phone mm time comes along. That's going to be eleven ex wife by six type device and so you're gonNA see in the shopping malls you're going to see in the public spaces for bigger demands take advantage of the Wifi six capabilities versus in the enterprise. Mean if you're in an enterprise and you provide the laptop for your employees. Then obviously you probably WANNA give everybody a Wifi six as they turn over their laptops. But that's probably going to be a two or three or even four year process dependent on your corporate direction. And until you have. There's there's no real hard fast numbers. But it's just a ballpark until you have about fifty percent worth your clients as why five six capable. You're probably not going to see a big difference and then and once you actually get to that point in the enterprise. What's the big deal? Now is on access points that have dual five gigahertz capabilities. So instead of an access point with a fixed two point four radio and a fixed five gigahertz radio. You're going to have five gigahertz. You can set up that this is only going to support the Wi fi six clients so I get all my fast people together and then you take the other five gigahertz radio and say this is only going to support the non Wifi six client so actually. It's a win win for both separate them out. You're creating a slow lane. I love it. Okay well not a slowly. Let's just say an average wage. No this this would make sense. I'm I'm thinking about like on my consumer side. I'm going back there because a lot of the IOT devices for example in my home. They're not going to have six capable chips possibly forever. It's is not not a my lifetime. Yeah so I'm like Oh those guys are just going to be sitting there you know. And that's the majority of things on my network. It's not the majority of traffic but it is definitely definitely a lot of the signaling and Ping's rate so this is interesting exactly and there's a huge value. I understand that if I'm a manufacturer making an Iot device a a widget what do I want. I want that thing to signal to propagate as far as possible and I WANNA get a product that you cheapest possible and I'm GONNA product it's GonNa work pretty much anywhere in the world and I hate to I say this but two point four gigahertz perfect solution for that and even though two point four actually will work in the in the Wi fi six. They're not going to spend the money right now to do that once everything that comes John Parr on price. Then you might actually see you know. I want to sell this widget for thirty bucks so I went up. Paid five bucks for the chipset. I'm not gonNA spend any money but you're right. I need a segment. These devices out as much as possible. Got It all right now for fun. Let's talk about. Oh my gosh. Why six E which I get? What's happening here because I followed networking forever but as a consumer I think at this point is when I would want to like rip my hat off my head and just throw it on the ground and discuss us just be like? Oh what is happening. So let's explain to people what Wi fi six ee is and why it matters. It's a good thing. It absolutely is because go over this last year. There's so many different wireless technologies coming out there and people looking at this and go. This is not. It's not helping me. It's confusing and more with the way to look at Wi fi six. Not The six gigahertz space is once again. Let's go back to that. High speed low speed lanes..

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"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"To buy man not get. I'll let you all know. I've decided it's time i bet until twenty twenty one. If i'm being realistic i i just i don't see a need plays mike. My broadband connection is not. I mean the speeds that they're talking about. I can't get so anyway back to gadgets so oh nest. Hello package. Alerts are live. We talked about this it. Basically your doorbell can tell you when package has been left on your doorstep. This is a algorithm yeah. You and i both have the nest tila doorbell that's right. You moved yeah so i still have it and i do not subscribe to nest. I aware which i believe is five dollars a month but that is required for this so you gotta subscribe to get it. There's a couple. I don't want to say gotcha but a couple limitations since the package has to be set down within the bills view not just show up appear in the view but he sat down and remain stationary for short amount of time because they're you're using a machine learning recognition of the packages and it's not just gonna show you know give you a notification. If somebody walks up the package my mess telo hello doesn't cover the whole space of my front patios. I'm concerned depending on where the packages leftover even work additionally. If you get small packages it's not gonna work. Package has to be eight by ten by one roof yeah that could she does big envelopes yeah boxers on by computers and such but like maybe the new wi fi router boxes going to than not. If it's a mission you've got many many elements or many mesh points mesh points access points okay. Let's let's talk about something. I'm super excited about because i have well fitbit devices so two points one the fitbit verse two now will include madame a which is could but it's going to require your phone to be iran and fitbit is going to launch a new premium service with new.

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"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"wi" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"I'll let you all know. I've decided it's time i bet until twenty twenty one. If i'm being realistic i i just i don't see a need plays mike. My broadband connection is not. I mean the speeds that they're talking about. I can't get so anyway back to gadgets so oh nest. Hello package. Alerts are live. We talked about this it. Basically your doorbell can tell you when package has been left on your doorstep. This is a algorithm yeah. You and i both have the nest tila doorbell that's right. You moved yeah so i still have it and i do not subscribe to nest. I aware which i believe is five dollars a month but that is required for this so you gotta subscribe to get it. There's a couple. I don't want to say gotcha but a couple limitations since the package has to be set down within the bills view not just show up appear in the view but he sat down and remain stationary for short amount of time because they're you're using a machine learning recognition of the packages and it's not just gonna show you know give you a notification. If somebody walks up the package my mess telo hello doesn't cover the whole space of my front patios. I'm concerned depending on where the packages leftover even work additionally. If you get small packages it's not gonna work. Package has to be eight by ten by one roof yeah that could she does big envelopes yeah boxers on by computers and such but like maybe the new wi fi router boxes going to than not. If it's a mission you've got many many elements or many mesh points mesh points access points okay. Let's let's talk about something. I'm super excited about because i have well fitbit devices so two points one the fitbit verse two now will include madame a which is could but it's going to require your phone to be iran and fitbit is going to launch a new premium service with new.

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"wi" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"wi" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"I recommend a company called teepee link they're very affordable but i can't plug into my my portable hotspot it doesn't have a at their net or a usb i see often yeah well they make them that'll pick up the wi fi connection from that hotspot oh and and that's that's exactly what i was hoping to here yeah teepee link p t p l i n k and i'm pretty sure let me just look but i'm pretty sure that so i've used their power line stuff i like it it works very well the idea is you're gonna have to adapters one of the gate end one at your house end the one of the house and you're right in most cases would be connected to your cable modem via and author net port but i'm pretty sure i'm gonna look that they have power line that will just pick up the wife that you basically use it as a wifi range extender and if they didn't would there be dengue like plug in yeah the but it looks like they do i'm looking at it right now it will it's the ac seventeen fifty wi fi range extender oh okay and you plug it in so you're gonna now the only caveat on on powerline networking is there can't be an interruption between the plug next to the you know the plug at the gate and the plug where the wifi is you know you can't have a junction box or fused box or anything like that.

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"wi" Discussed on Happy Hour

Happy Hour

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"wi" Discussed on Happy Hour

"It's a separate phone you know and they already study seven ten because they the labels of the dog yeah i i mean they so they already know that provision area so you don't need the text labels yeah next thing i'm list a couple austrian things one thing mentioned him before is that when you have wifi calling on on your phone which is like the better experience of like getting your calls everywhere if you like a bag nolan you can use your wifi and you get better service that way i think it helps out with getting calls on your mac and ipad etcetera but if you do that in from ten on the walk screen it will say at t with in my case in scrolls say wi fi but it doesn't quite fit so i mentioned before i just wanna mention for the sake of wish list that i wasn't to change that just the tnt when i scroll down to control center in some way to nasty and then say wi fi but never compromise and just put like part of a word it's ugly it's not tasteful so i think as an oversight what would be your suggestion for carrier name is loan like like no no not like with say my name is like eighteen characters doesn't fit in by itself so variety is one on its own i think or at least they go vw which is pretty cool like something that fit some some contraction or simplification of it but but not you know or if you can't carry carries don't put it there just but a signal there.

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"wi" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"wi" Discussed on Back To Work

"Yeah basically maybe it doesn't worried about the wi fi or something yeah you put you put your whatever in there whatever what have you okay base it doesn't require like trinity to run a fair day cage is that right no no you don't do anything to run it okay so i mean this is the problem with internet locks i guess or magnet locks and those kinds of things right we're like if you're depending on some penalty trinity to unlock something seems like that could be a problem you got solar flares you got emp's you got cell phone tracking issues you got rfid and basically so to build one get you get like a like a bucket or can't like a like a container of some kind okay okay and and then you're gonna get cardboard which is the insulator okay okay and then you get aluminum tape for the seems to go around forget it you can research on your on not going to tell you my my cages take your own it was funny for you can't stick magnets to it or anything go make your own fatty i'm not telling no you know what i'm sorry that was that was unfair of me i'm just i'm i'm just i'm concerned you even own a hand crank radio yes okay i haven't eaten hand crank radio that i got from k q e d for giving the money i also have a bucket of can poop in if there's an apocalypse but could make it out of a trash can you make it anything but what you want or even offered me a faraday cage as far as i know you can buy them if you want but i don't.

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"wi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"wi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"But of course wi fi my local network to house who network at the office in a warehouse shop area that i work i'm able to do internet stream and i'm the tech guy podcast junkie and we still there oh no no yeah the the question is why since i haven't activated i haven't activated it to my account i'm using it just basically as an mp three player in the stream online i can't stream anything but podcast and it's not activated and i found this out by mistake i had you listening to one of your podcasts 'cause i listen to all your stuff and i'm driving and i had the thing in my phone seeing in my pocket and i'm still listening to it and i'm a half a mile away and i'm still getting you and it played through your entire podcast and i've been doing it every day for a month now and i still keep getting the podcast consistently if i stop it or i try to to go in and go to a different podcast i lose it and i have to go back to my where my network is is reachable and then i have to start over why why would that be happening when the phone is not activated isn't that bizarre idea what's going on all right so a couple of things so so that phone has even if you don't activate it has wi fi capability so you can get data a lot of people do this they they they have a leftover phone and they use it as kind of like an ipod they use it as they give it to a kid so so that's that's you know you're connecting to wifi right you're on a wifi network at some.

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"wi" Discussed on IoT inc

IoT inc

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"wi" Discussed on IoT inc

"So yeah so the perfect example of that is is is an environmental center the the checks for you know poisons in the air right one form or another so there's a bunch of those out there right now and enter those they write to a web address and then we take that we put it on our messaging platform and our messaging platform transports data both ways and are are an analytics for omediate representation of an event is all performed on the gateway so the gateway is a hub could be a phone in our case we use android the android operating system of which can run on a phones watches android tv's and and we use that gateway to collect data from the b l e or or or from a wi fi connection we use a rapid transport connector which which means that basically a publish subscribe to q so there's no an analysis between the d the piece of data in and the the gateway in other words it's just a drops off a mailbox someone picks okay interesting just just add a bit more like shine a little brighter light on this what feels talking about as we've got a sensor and let's say they breathing censor however that being sense and what we gotta get the data we gotta get the data to the cloud and so the gateway that feels referring to here would be a watch or it'd be the phone which so the connection would be the bluetooth from the say the breeding censor to the watch of the phone and in the phone which is where i think are going to go now then.

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"wi" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"wi" Discussed on RobinLynne

"No wi fi fell back profess to i van der he virtue perfect as samba share said named us the the the big boom the so don't via new wall no no goal win may be wanson trash a man tom on friday all the wall dan how you doing.

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"wi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"wi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The things you need to make it a real computer it hasn't an hd m i seek connected to a screen had as a you actually to usb poor sick connected to a keyboard and a mouse it ah it it has a ethernet the different rise repetitive different features busy either in eastern net cable or wi fi capability or you can add wifi via the usp so it is connected to the net so you can have the raspberry pie paying send a signal out out when it sees motion the raspberry pies got a uh a uh one of the things that makes raspberry pie graded has what's called a gp i o general purpose input output pins that you can connect things too so he's gotta motion connector and a camera connects dealers exit cameras pride catches the ah there's a special camera connector on the rest reply but he's got the motion detector to the gpo so the motion detector is a standalone little unit it sees motion sends a signal down into that pin on the raspberry pie raspberry pie goes up there's motion what do i do then looks at the software that you written and says how i turn on the camera now you're going to have it look at the software you've written and c o send a signal over the internet to if this than that that we've seen motion and then turn on the camera if this than that he's going to handle the back end of the logic it's gonna say oh i got paying by raspberry pilots see what's what rest they call him recipes what recipe i have here on if this and that if you haven't played this is actually a good way to get started and if you've got kids great way to teach umbrella trucks in computers and programming and logic e i f t t t dot com it's a free system and he can write little scripts you can have your phone give you.

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"wi" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"wi" Discussed on Twinovation

"Different plan for different folks but you get a it'll be fifty 7000 hours depending on how long you're staying there so what a what do i do they'll halfaday well halfadozen subscribe to that notion does he now ascribe subscribers right now okay great so how do you tax how do you communicate with your friends in this foreign village over wifi over wi fi exactly michael and how do you get on their wifi you sit down for a coffee and you ask you know you asked the barista we think vc as if we think you get the perry's word and he gets a the ss idea and then you're an right okay and then you can get your text and then you go somewhere else and on route there you can't talk to anyone because now you're out of range so what do you do guys introducing we free what's we s me we free is the first and only apple on your phone and what we have here say you're traveling to montreal for one of the biggest comedy festivals in world yes and you don't wanna get that data plan what you do is you you download the montreal package okay and what is has is it's a compiled list already authenticated that to factor authentication we're talking about k and wherever you go in the city it automatically polls that wifi as you're walking down the streets from the cafes from the restaurants from the bars and wherever you're going and so you just sucking up all the wifi around yet you don't need a login because all the steps already compiled in the app so you're working with the businesses and get on various arrieta in in then it's put into your phone bow we may be don't want to go to the businesses but we can we can recruit people on this and resorts to get the passwords and you know maybe a restaurant or bar changes there's every couple of weeks um we keep it verified you know we we have some on boots on the ground baby and we'll mayor that's up today and just to be clear it functions as.

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