36 Burst results for "Windows"

Microsoft unveils four Surface computers and a new folding phone

The Vergecast

02:05 min | 4 hrs ago

Microsoft unveils four Surface computers and a new folding phone

"Big surface event panos pumped mega pumped screens folding cameras. Improved walk straight yet. So there was eight devices into an update to the so basically the context of this is mike. Smith has a bunch of new surface devices for windows eleven so they will drop in on october fifth and they also have an android successor for the surfaced u as a substitute so got surfaced. Pyrite which. I think. I wrote before they still announced but this is the kind of one. We've been waiting for years. Kind of minas ov- redesign but some Screen changes and internal changes. Fundable this stuff. So that was kind of expected and then really minor change. The surface pro acts as a wifi modal. That was kind of like okay. Cool that's happening. Then the surface go free again. Might changes Prices up upgrades this stuff. So yeah k- cool. We kind of expected that. As well. And i guess the surprise Surprise we were expecting a new surface book. But it's the surface laptop studio so replace but team that sort of name and like the way they did it but basically it's a complete redesign at the surface book. So gone is the detachable display. Which i guess i didn't like pessina and a faint everyone Questioned is it full. I don't think the surfaced laptops g necessarily has a good answer to who is it for either but the the actual design is essentially if you remember the odor acer laptops with the the screen folds for almost pulls food or hatred. Folio they post on. It is kind of that design. So it's not really like the unique design that you would expect from the surface of us. That's kind of like myself really focused. Previous who has been very unique hinges and stuff is like a kind of unique hinge in that sense for the overall designers. Yeah it's like one of those crazy eight laptops that we saw many years ago just looks a lot better and more refined

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Fresh update on "windows" discussed on This is Only a Test

This is Only a Test

01:40 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "windows" discussed on This is Only a Test

"There says eleven hundred percent but any time. A new version of windows comes out. There's gonna be articles about it a ton of articles about. Oh it's a big deal even if there isn't a hardcore base that's like yes widows eleven and especially this time around given that we've heard about windows eleven so far but like the fact that they're finally taking advantage of that natural marketing window to be like. Oh yeah here's some hardware that goes along with it just makes sense and you know i wonder if like they. They've been doing this for a while. And this is the first time in noticing it but this feels different to me. december around. And i think it's going to bleed over because the service tends to not get much of a splash in terms of its coverage so this could maybe elevated just a little bit in many ways you know because the surface pro line hasn't been radically redesigned sense. The model three cents four generations ago. They just kind of do your annual processor update updates here and there. Different touch covers type covers. It becomes like if your windows fan or you just like a more comfortable and windows as operating system. That's the one to get if you need a new laptop drawing tablet equivalent for for work or for school I think overall and this includes apple because of the pandemic and because of the world we live in today. There isn't a lot of excitement or energy around either. The new iphone products or you know microsoft products. I don't think we're like. I don't think people are hungry for that type of you know that that type of marketing in consumerism. In the same way people have in the past but yeah. I wanna try out that surface laptop studio. I wanted to be a thing. They continue supporting. I want intel to get off their asses in really embrace their their roadmap to really compete in exodus six and i want to be stable and the the articles about when as lebanon's be less to be more about the cool things when those levin is doing a microsoft is doing and less about ooh here are the ways that windows lemon may break your windows experience. Because that's what usually happens with these. Yeah we'll we'll see. I mean we're going to have both right. Yeah but it is as you're listening to this release of new iphones Jeremy did not get one this year. It seems to be Kind of an s year in the past years parlance terms of just kind of a minor feature updates. The big thing is battery life in camera. According to reviews massive battery life improvement because of new nanometer process for the eighth thirteen ship and Good cameras across the board. So there's no zero compromise year in terms of difference between the pro and the pro max and better life photography. Great always needed. Can we talk about that for a second so like all the reviews are like okay..

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Suits against Ohio State over sex abuse by doc are dismissed

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Suits against Ohio State over sex abuse by doc are dismissed

"I might cross your reporting lawsuits against Ohio State University over sex abuse by a doctor are dismissed a federal judge has dismissed some of the remaining lawsuits filed against Ohio state university over its failure to stop decades of sexual abuse by now deceased team doctor Richard Strauss U. S. district judge Michael Watson said while it's undisputable Strauss abused hundreds of young men he agreed with Ohio state's argument that the legal window for claims had passed roughly four hundred men and one woman had sued the university since twenty eighteen over its failure to stop Strauss despite concerns they say were raised with school officials as early as the nineteen seventies the university previously reached nearly forty seven million dollars in settlements with one hundred eighty five survivors and a spokesman said by email Wednesday more than two hundred thirty survivors have now reached settlements hi Mike Rossio

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Andy Erwin, Half of the Film-Making Erwin Brothers, Talks About 'The Jesus Music Movie'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:33 min | 1 d ago

Andy Erwin, Half of the Film-Making Erwin Brothers, Talks About 'The Jesus Music Movie'

"Are you looking for a good movie D like jesus music. I've got an idea. Why doesn't somebody. I don't know who make a film about jesus music. They could call it. You don't even need a title. You could just call it the jesus music movie Why i've been thinking that and then it turns out a couple of guys. I think that they're brothers. I think that they're the erwin brothers. Have made just such a film for such a time as this. I think andy or when might be my guest right now. Andy is that you good to be with you. Buddy all your is. We're on the same plane as usual. I think so. I think so i. I love music in general but the jesus music the stuff that we call you know. Ccm whatever what made you decide to make a film about the music. You i mean we. We love the music that has really shaped career You know. Of course with john. And i started out as music video. Directors and michael w smith was an artist that took a chance on us as kids and really kind of gave us are starting the industry and that led to us telling the story of i can only imagine the beloved song And the story behind that and that was our breakout hit and so for us. We have a deep affinity for this music but when covert hit it kind of shut everything down and we read a place in time where we said what what stories can we tell. Now that we couldn't tell any other time in history and somebody on our creative team said nobody's looked at the origin of of christian debris music and for the first time in history all these artists off the road at the exact same moment and so we reached out to amy grant and michael smith said it is interesting listed knowledge and interesting but we want to produce it you guys and not many people knew at the time but amy was about a month out from having open heart surgery and she was a really reflective time so we set up the cameras actually outside her house in filled through the window of her house with a two way intercom to get her interview and she gave one of the most raw vulnerable interviews. I had heard an artist give and it just spread like wildfire. Next thing you know we have a hundred different artists about three hundred hours of interviews to go through and it kind of morphed into this beautiful all encompassing

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Project Veritas Video Reveals HHS Workers Speaking Out Against Vaccines and Ivermectin Restraints

The Dan Bongino Show

02:51 min | 2 d ago

Project Veritas Video Reveals HHS Workers Speaking Out Against Vaccines and Ivermectin Restraints

"So project veritas put this tape out but this tape talking like a back in the 80s Put a video out on their social media feed on their website It's a video of an insider at an HHS sponsor for she's a government employee a healthcare worker And she's got some hidden camera device on And she records another one of her fellow healthcare workers here And they're talking about some really disturbing stuff and it addresses a big topic as you listen to this as it's the whistleblower talking to another healthcare worker about how they're not allowed to prescribe Ivermectin Ivermectin or be any part of it because they could lose their job I want you to keep this thought 'cause I'm gonna address it when we come back from the video How much power the media has in this country right now These liars on the left how they're not only controlling right now medicine what your doctor can prescribe to you they control entertainment they control Hollywood they control sports they control finance they control the legal field they control everything with their lies And this is a warning right here in the media is now practicing medicine because these medical medical interpretations and opinions are not being made by doctors looking at the science They're being made by media people pressuring doctors to throw the science out the window Check this out Doctor baklava to talk to you about prescribe in Ivermectin for not a lot of this controlling And so physicians can't prescribe off label use medication here Not for COVID they did it with hydroxychloroquine and they it was really bad And so they are not allowing it right now She said yes I would agree to write for this because she's not contraindicated And her baguette said that Yes And I am stuck I am told you are absolutely not to use it under any circumstances whatsoever for somebody with COVID Unless you don't want to have a job I am not going to lose my job Damn They were not allowing they were going to lose their job if they allowed you to use that drug Right Nuts Right now I'm what is plaguing this country is the spirit of fear Well who is imposing that spirit of fear on the country and the answer folks is obvious It's the media doing this The media had settled on a narrative early about Ivermectin which to be clear is an FDA approved drug for human beings for antiparasitic effects That's what it does Off label prescriptions right Where doctors prescribe drugs for reasons not necessarily related to the label use for liberals listening That's why it's called off label usage That is very common in the United States It happens all the

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Gunman Kills at Least Six at University

CNN 5 Things

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Gunman Kills at Least Six at University

"Officials. Say at least six people were killed today when a gunman opened fire at a university in russia. Eight hundred miles east of moscow. The russian state investigation committee says twenty eight victims have sought medical help with some hospitalized for injuries of varying degrees. Perm state university said on its telegram channel. A suspect entered the campus and began shooting and some students and teachers locked themselves into classrooms. During the attack local media video footage shows others in the campus buildings throwing their belongings out of first story windows before jumping down and running to safety. Russian officials say a suspect identified as a male student was arrested and wounded after resisting law enforcement officers. It's unclear if he was a student at perm state university.

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Shooting in Russian University Leaves 8 Dead

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Shooting in Russian University Leaves 8 Dead

"A gunman has opened fire in a university in the Russian city of Perm leaving at least eight people dead and others wounded the poem State University press service says the perpetrator used a so called traumatic firearm such guns are designed to fire non lethal rubber or plastic projectiles can be modified to fire up the ammunition students and staff of the university look themselves in rooms and the university urging those who could leave the campus to do so the state tass news agency cites an unnamed source in law enforcement the saying some students jumped out to windows of a building Russia's Interior Ministry says the government has been detained I'm Charles so that's my

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Houston's Ali Lowitzer Still Missing After a Decade

Catch my Killer

01:55 min | 4 d ago

Houston's Ali Lowitzer Still Missing After a Decade

"People across the country are taking time to renew efforts to find children who vanished as part of national missing children's day at also holds true for a local family that never stopped searching for their daughter. Allie low at sir. She has not been seen since april of two thousand ten. Allie was just sixteen years old when she disappeared channel. Two's brandon walker joins us from bumble with. What's being done to help. Find her and other missing children across the area brandon. Good morning to you. No doubt allies disappearance is one of the more high profile disappearances. We've covered here over the past six years or so but get this. The center for missing children says just last year alone. There were ten thousand reported missing cases of children here in the county area alone. As far as allie goes the hope according to her mother is that someone will see this with some information. That'll bring her daughter home for six years. We've been searching for her. It hasn't gotten any easier joanne. Lewitt's mother valley lois or has been missing. Since april twenty six two thousand ten six years ago she left home alone walking to work alley. Didn't make it to work. Though she was last seen getting off a school. Bus alleys disappearance sparked a nationwide search countless tips. One of them profiled on investigation discovery channels last seen alive. The program followed tip that alley had been working in columbus ohio as a prostitute. The tip was no not allie. Today on national missing children's day allie lewis are got a billboard. She's had one in the past. Hopefully this time it will garner leads. That work tips. Joanne hopes will bring her daughter home. I wish this billboard could stay permanently. It's bigger than every store window in town. If we had digital billboards specified just for missing people. It could run for twenty four hours without any repeats. It's the sad fact.

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Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason for some reason here in Nashville, we have a lot of tiny spiders, and they can live anywhere from outside inside to on my automobile. I've got a teeny tiny spider that lives inside my rearview mirror on the left hand side of my car, the driver's mirror, and I'll go in and sweep out the spiderweb every couple of days when I go driving, and I park the car, come back in the next day, another small spider web going from the window or from the car body to the actual side view mirror. Now what's interesting is this has been going on all summer long. And I've driven to Indiana a couple of times. I've been through Kentucky a couple of times, and the spider, if it's the same one, keeps on living. I don't know much about tiny spiders and how long their life expectancy is. But at least one or maybe a bunch of baby spiders live inside the rearview mirror housing on the side of my car. I'm impressed by their ingenuity. The fact that they've been able to survive so long kind of funny how they find their place and live and go through their life trying to trap things to be able to survive in their little spider webs and no matter how big and mean I am. I come swipe them away. They just start back from scratch all over again and keep on living.

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Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason for some reason here in Nashville, we have a lot of tiny spiders, and they can live anywhere from outside inside to on my automobile. I've got a teeny tiny spider that lives inside my rearview mirror on the left hand side of my car, the driver's mirror, and I'll go in and sweep out the spiderweb every couple of days when I go driving, and I park the car, come back in the next day, another small spider web going from the window or from the car body to the actual side view mirror. Now what's interesting is this has been going on all summer long. And I've driven to Indiana a couple of times. I've been through Kentucky a couple of times, and the spider, if it's the same one, keeps on living. I don't know much about tiny spiders and how long their life expectancy is. But at least one or maybe a bunch of baby spiders live inside the rearview mirror housing on the side of my car. I'm impressed by their ingenuity. The fact that they've been able to survive so long kind of funny how they find their place and live and go through their life trying to trap things to be able to survive in their little spider webs and no matter how big and mean I am. I come swipe them away. They just start back from scratch all over again and keep on living.

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Children Should Not Have Access to Smartphones

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 5 d ago

Children Should Not Have Access to Smartphones

"A lot of the kids that were like twelve and thirteen. I said how many of you have phones and every hand went up. That's really bad. I'll be honest with you guys. No person should have a phone until they're eighteen. If that and i'm not trying to make you feel bad but i grew up without one and it was one of the greatest gifts from god that i grew up without a smartphone. Like this this weird creepy window into talk controlling your children. It's easy to give your child phone because it keeps them entertained. And you don't actually have to worry about what they're doing half the time i asked them i said. How long do you guys spend on your phone like six hours seven hours. I said you guys should smash your phones. I'm not kidding. And i'm happy to get into. This is how i think. Technology has really played a role. I had a reporter once. They say you're anti technology. Yeah okay sure yeah. I mean in my anti smartphone. I mean i'm anti what what what it's made us. Be calm of course. And we know so little about the neuroscience of what this does to our interpersonal relationships to spiritual development to mental health and so challenged them provocatively league because it gets young people's attention because we're in competing for attention with students because they're on talk all the time in which is disastrous chinese by operation. That has mind. It's true that has mind all your children's data and they all have it. I asked them and they're like oh. Yeah we use it on my gosh and yeah i just told him i said get off the phone and start living in the real

Trees Could Be a Mental, Physical and Climate Change Antidote

Environment: NPR

02:02 min | 6 d ago

Trees Could Be a Mental, Physical and Climate Change Antidote

"Is well known. The trees help counter climate change by soaking up carbon dioxide. Now there is a growing body of research to point to many ways of dose of trees can improve our mental and physical health. Here's martha bebinger member station. W. b. you are on how and why the tiny sapling robin williams planted thirty years ago towers above her boston home. I raise this tree when i raised my children and look at this look at that. She says there's something about being near this tree. It makes everybody a little bit happy around here when you're looking for strength you can't do better than looking at a tree and there's evidence williams may will be gleaning any number of direct or associated health benefits a longer life. Bitter birth outcomes lower stress levels lower risk of heart disease. Dr howard lumpkin. Is it the university of washington school of public health. Lower risk of diabetes reduced symptoms of adhd proximity to trees is associated with a ridiculously broad range of health benefits. I wish we had pills. That were this good for health. A few countries notably japan and south korea have invested in a practice known as forest bathing which is spending time among trees as a preventive health measure but prescribing time in nature is still pretty far outside mainstream medicine in the. Us from can says that. Maybe because there's a lot we don't know what doses needed. Do you need to walk. Among trees is sufficient just to look at the trees from outside your window. Do you need big trees or do small trees do the trick we you know. We're not able to tease the forest from the trees. Peter james at harvard medical school aims to answer a lot of those questions. He's merging health data captured by phones. Real time surveys about wellbeing and mood and street. View mapping data to dig into. What's exactly within view. Is it trees. Is it flowers and how those things are related to help behaviors and health outcomes.

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1st All-Civilian SpaceX Crew Launches Into Orbit

The Adam Carolla Show

01:03 min | Last week

1st All-Civilian SpaceX Crew Launches Into Orbit

"There at it. Elon musk space. Company made history wednesday after its first all civilian mission launched from cape canaveral florida. The mission is called inspiration for sent. Four civilians into orbit Got a geo. Scientists a us air force vet a physician's assistant who was also a cancer. Survivor and jared isaac men. He's the billionaire. Who purchased the flight to help raise money for childhood cancer. They'll be flying about one hundred miles higher than the international space station. They'll carry out some experiments you about balance and testing. Their blood will be there for three days. They're expected to splash down in the atlantic on saturday and they're not docking anywhere so they took the like basically the the sun roof off. You usually have that closed because that's dachshunds. So now they have this giant window above them and they're just like us overeating now. Yeah they went up this morning. We sorry yesterday yesterday.

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The Stolen Indigenous Children

Unreserved

02:03 min | Last week

The Stolen Indigenous Children

"It's a hot summer day in nineteen ninety emotions are high in boston. Independent nations today. This ojibway community is taking a stand. After decades of losing their children to the child welfare system they have come together to say no more. No more taking children by the busload from their homes. No more broken families. You aren't taking any more of our children get out. Stay out as a social worker. I'm responsible for the welfare of these children. My name is nicky. I can tell you being ripped away from my mother at six years old had nothing to do with my welfare look. I'm just doing my job. It's not your job anymore as chief of the wab soon nation. I'm here to tell you. We have passed a resolution. Banning the children's aid society from entering our community and taking any more of our children. You can't do that we just did. Yeah our children our future give sure give back our future. We did it teddy. You would have been so proud of us after the chaos of the rally. Nikki comforter her daughter at the kitchen table. It is a modest home. The sun streams through the windows colorful drawings of thunderbirds and pencil caller. Portrait's a woman and cad eyeglasses. A young shy smiling. Boy named teddy adorns the walls the pair sit together at the small table sipping tea and eating cookies

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Microsoft Kicks off Its Vision for a Password-Free Future

Techmeme Ride Home

00:44 sec | Last week

Microsoft Kicks off Its Vision for a Password-Free Future

"Remember how microsoft wants to do away with passwords. Well today's the day 'cause starting now microsoft will let users access accounts without a password by using microsoft authentic cater windows. Hello a security key or a verification code. Coding the verge. It's a relatively simple process to remove your password to. You'll need to have the microsoft authenticated mobile app installed and linked to your personal microsoft account once that's complete you can visit account dot microsoft dot com and choose advanced security options and then enabled password lists accounts in the additional security section. You then approve the change from your authenticated app and you'll be password free you can always reverse the change and add a passer back to your microsoft account in the future and

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SpaceX's All-Civilian Inspiration4 Mission Launches Today

Wall Street Breakfast

00:37 sec | Last week

SpaceX's All-Civilian Inspiration4 Mission Launches Today

"Four. Private citizens are set to launch into orbit. Today in what will be the first mission to space without any professional astronauts on board the all civilian crew will ride to space aboard a rocket and capsule developed by spacex spacecraft is scheduled to launch today atop a reusable falcon nine rocket from cape canaveral florida. The five hour launch window opens at eight. Pm eastern and spacex is planning to broadcast the event live crew dragons capsule will spend three days circling the earth before reentering the atmosphere and splashing down in the atlantic ocean. Off the coast of florida

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To Compare September 11 to January 6 Is Beyond Absurd

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | Last week

To Compare September 11 to January 6 Is Beyond Absurd

"To compare january six to nine eleven is beyond absurd it is it is reprehensible and his byron york points out in his scathing column about george w bush's speech to compare january six to nine. Eleven is a rhetorical trick. If you will that is it's beyond ridiculous. It's it's it's it's awful. There is no comparison. I'll never understand what got him. The heads of those few hundred people on january sixth. I don't know anybody who defends them. In fact the best anybody does in trying to defend them is doing with. John just tried to do and suggest will they didn't even exist. It was a bunch of antique people. It was not. It was not that. I saw the guy to there. Were maybe there were a few people from antiphon. Plm mixed in there. Those were those were a lot of trump supporters. Again ashley. bad if the only person killed that day was a diehard trump supporter trying to climb through a broken window that was barricaded and a guy shot and killed her and best. I can tell was not really held a cal on tv and bragged about it. Tell told us how brave you was was. The guy's name you went on with lester holt right michael bird. I've never heard law enforcement. Ever tell me how brave they are if you tell people how brave you are. You're not very brave. This is the same guy. Incidentally who left his loaded revolver in the men's room and bragged about the fact that he wouldn't be held accountable because he was a high ranking capital police officer. So that's michael bird.

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The Creation Story of SavvyCal With Founder Derrick Reimer

Code Story

02:34 min | Last week

The Creation Story of SavvyCal With Founder Derrick Reimer

"Just having a scheduling tool listeners. May be familiar with tools. like callan. lee is kind of the big the big behemoth this space. Basically it helps you be able to send a scheduling link to another person. That represents times that you're available to meet and then the other person can use interface to do select time and then puts a calendar invite on everyone's calender and maybe if you're like doing it over zoom it'll spin up a zoom meeting and attach that so that there's a place to meet. I've kind of been familiar with this this type of tool for a while. So i kind of mentioned this already but drip was. The company spent much of the last decade building and it was marketing automation software. And one of the first integrations that we built was basically Integration with callan lead. That allowed someone to send a scheduling link safer like a product komo or something and then when someone booked time it would send an event over to drip and put that on their profile and then you could trigger different automations based off with that so kind of automating that workflow around around scheduling and so. It's kind of familiar with this this type of tool. I've used it a bunch for customer interviews and Just meeting with with other partners and investors or whatever so it's sort of been floating around idea notebooks about lake. I an exercise that i regularly do when. I'm when i'm thinking about you know what what type of projects to be working on. I kind of keep these running lists of tools that have been in my tool chain that i kind of understand i understand that the market the type of people that use them and so this one had been in my notebook for awhile and basically i kind of recognize some interesting Interesting things dynamics around this type of product. The big ones being bad. I always had a ton of anxiety. When i was going to use a scheduling tool because as maker. I'm i care a lot about keeping my calendar pretty protected. You know so. If i'm going to send something that gives someone a window into when i'm available to meet. I'm always very hesitant. Like are they going to. Potentially you know. Drop a meeting right in the middle of my day and caused that to be an unproductive day. Or if i'm like trying to do a whole round of calls people send like i e mail out a link because this is going to completely rent my calendar and that's always it's sort of a. It's a difficult problem to solve. Because it's like you can only do so much if you're gonna if you're going to offer time to somebody they're going to pick a time and it's going to potentially be bad but i feel like can do a better job of making someone like me feel better about being able to send out a

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5 Dead, Including Multiple Children, in Ohio House Fire

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

5 Dead, Including Multiple Children, in Ohio House Fire

"Five people have been killed in an early morning house fire in Akron Ohio three of those who were killed were children four other people were injured neighbor Jean Hudson tells W. E. W. S. TV she was in her home when she heard screams my bedroom window was open and I heard screaming and I looked out the window and saw the flames and I made a living room grabbed the phone and dialed nine one one and yelled at my kids to get out of the house when firefighters got there they found neighbors and relatives trying to get family members out of the burning house the cause of the fire is under investigation I'm Rita folate

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"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"He knows because everytime. He's sitting watching TV to go look at least I'm off Instagram for a reason. But really, it's cute. Look. Just a picture. Leo is on Instagram. He's back. He's back quick. Yeah. I do not. I have to say, I'm not proselytize. You do what you want? You be you. I'll be me. Anyway tip. I mean that was your tip duck done, which is a good tip or your brother. Now. It's time for Mary Jo's enterprise. Pick of the week. Yes. The pollen I both heard from people this week who've been wondering where windows server twenty nineteen is the isos for it in terms of being on the evaluation center. It's weird. It's it came out like months ago and people are looking to download it and try it and they're like, hey, it's not there. So I went back and looked at the windows server account on Twitter, and I found out right around Christmas time when no one was looking at Twitter they posted that when we started publishing the media for one hundred eighty day evaluation. We found an issue with it, and we are fixing it. So this was December twenty eighth I asked Microsoft this week where is windows server? Like, where's WALDO, where's windows server and? They said they had nothing to say or share at this time, whatever they say these days, but I couple of my contact said they believe the eyeso- for windows server, twenty nineteen will show up on valuation center in the in the next week or so so if you're looking for it, it should be coming in a week or so and what went wrong with the valuation media. I don't know they wouldn't say we call this evaluation center gate. Yeah, we can do. Yep. So that's my tip. Hang on. It's coming the ice. Oh for windows server, twenty twenty nineteen evaluation center mode codename. Yes. So we talked about the whole ends to for a moment. Earlier the code name for that is Sydney. Thank you, Brad. Sam's for financial that code name for us. And I saw Brad was chiding. Frank Shaw on Twitter today, saying why aren't you having the launch for hololens in Sydney since that's the key? Free. Yeah. But anyways, this is the code name for the next hole lens, which has Paul mentioned. It's kind of whole and three b because there was a whole ends to the cancelled. And that's part of the reason why there's been four years between hololens, right? There was supposed to be one. They decided not to bring it to market. I guess it wasn't improved enough. And so this you could call it hole into our whole three whoever you want count. But the code name for it. Regardless is Sydney. Didn't you get your invites yet guys? Yep. We got him. What time is when is the Microsoft event. We'll probably want to cover it. It's a. Oh, yes..

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"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"David, and Jeff really know what they're doing. And they've created an amazing company Sabi. Maybe. Larry Joe gets another cat that could be his name. Oh. Oh, that'd be cute. Cute. Storage for the cat, two guys. One one is a lot to handle. But, you know, sometimes if there's somebody else for them to bother they don't bother you as much I don't know right before the show started like, oh, man. He was like on a rampage just like multiple animals, and they're all jealous of each other. Yes, doesn't work. You know, the way dog got a dog the dog is like March Simpson like the cat will jump on stuff. He's lap dogs over there on the couch with their beady little killer is she's like for. She really she doesn't like it now jealous. Yeah. Our cat. We have two cats who were jealous of each other as well. Okay. That was our interlude. We're back. Hat tip of the week. Let's talk windows tan. Yeah. So before the show, what does prize that ever had never. Eighteen team actually as something. Interesting in it. We've heard this was coming in here. It is, sir. Search and Cortana are now separated. Yep. Why why why would they pick the real? What's the real reason? I've seen lots of speculation certainly this will help clear the way for third party assistance in windows, which I'm sure the PC makers wanted. If you do, you know anything about? Why? You know, what's the real reason? So my thinking is one when Microsoft first came out with Cortana it was from the Bing team, right? Like all the work was done by being to build the knowledge base it became Cortana. But now Microsoft's putting this new unified search experience in a lot of their products. It's going to be a windows officers sixty five in bang in that thing that was called Bing for business and edge. And so if you're doing that, and you're taking that very specific search experience and bringing it to all these products. It doesn't make sense to have intermingled with Cortana now because Cortana has becoming a very different thing. It's becoming more of a built-in productivity aid to things like to do and outlook. And it's not what initially it was supposed to be which was kind of like a standalone personal digital. Remember, we talked to Terry. And he was talking about how Cortana even as as recently as last year and today, I think as well, it's not made by the same part of Microsoft makes windows, right? So they have competing schedules, and desires, and you know, market Kohl's and so forth. The never really on the same page. You know windows is updated constantly and Cortana is not. I don't know. But it's updated on a different cadence. I guess Microsoft's terminal Adji. That must have played a role. Also, so confusing too. I think normal people especially, but even to to non normal people like when you click that button that you thought was going to be search, then you're like my using. So I think I think it just it's cleaner to have them separate, and it makes more sense. It's more like in your mind. You can be like, okay. This is Cortana. This is search. These are two different things, even though Cortana can do searches. Like now, I have two things to remove from task bar instead of one. You know, 'cause I mean part of my by pre-game checklists every time I started new PC up get rid of Cortana get rid of my people get rid of windows Inc. Workspace that is get rid of task you. And in some cases, these are things. I just don't need the buttons for right? So task view is windows key, plus tab Cortana ca you can bring out this by searching from the start. You don't need the button. It's the works. Like, I said, so if you know how this stuff works. It's just needless clutter and base robbing stuff. Do you keep the search box? You said or or you don't. I can just hit starting type that most people don't know that off. I didn't know that. No, yeah. Nice. I'll be trying that at home. Yeah..

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Windows Weekly

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"And was that where I forget when things happen. But I think it might have been where he announced that the windows ten upgrade was going to be free as well. Percent vaults phones at the time. I might be off on that one. And then. You know, the one billion thing, I don't remember. I don't remember when things happen to mold. But. I just think so if they had said, you know, we won't really be shipping. These in quantity till twenty twenty. Would have said, well, no, you know, they they always kind of hedge their bets on what the audience was for this thing. But I think the thing they've learned over the past four years is there is a market for this device. And it's a it's a kind of a Nici thing. It's a particular verticals and biz in the business space where you know, this kind of thing does make sense there, automakers using it Knossos using it, you know, it's like that computer the guy wanted, you know, he's like, you know, there are there are some out there for sure as a consumer device, it's not there. Right. And it was never aimed at consumers for sure. And then the windows mixed reality stuff that they did that is sort of like Holland's, I I wouldn't say that's taken off any appreciable way. But it's still hanging out there. I mean, it's still part of. You know, it's like windows mixed reality is to haul ends like Xbox One is to windows ten they're sort of platform. But. Exactly. Right. Yeah. So we we don't know much about this next Holland's. We we know a few things we know there's going to be an AI customizing, I processor in the device that Microsoft built we think it's going to be Snapdragon eight fifty based. So it's going to be an always connected PC. We think well, we're pretty sure the connect sensor package that Microsoft announced at build last year is going to be part of this also. So what's it look like, I think it's gonna look like hololens? I don't think it's gonna look hugely different. Just maybe somewhat thinner somewhat lighter some were portable. But I think it's still going to be that big kind of clunky. Battery life push from the Snapdragon. I think that's going to be here for it. We talked about this before you know, the first one was based on Intel. But it only runs a very specific set of star up. You're not gonna run like the wind thirty version of Microsoft Office in his thing. So switching to arm doesn't hurt anything. It's perfect..

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Windows Weekly

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Solution could include them changing windows, which has happened some number of times, and it might include working with the app maker to Bank. Whatever changes that could bring this thing over. Customer up working with the cut with with you as a customer and saying, okay. What can we do with your app to get this to work? Right. So they numbers right numbers on this. Or do you have? Yes. So they said they've been testing this since the fall and of forty one thousand windows seven applications they were asked to evaluate seven thousand by testers, and of that only forty nine apps had problems and required Microsoft's assistance, which is point zero point one percent. One tenth of one percent one tenth of one person. But that's the windows user base in a nutshell. Right because it's always that app and that app, whatever that business is might be that the app that is no longer supported because the company's gone or the app that they wrote in house, and the people that made it or gone, and it's based on some old fashioned architecture. Whatever it is. Right. It's like a must. It's always the case. Right. It's it's always the case. Calf figures, I got it all figured out. I've been thinking about this. Here's the problem. We keep trying to add features modernized and stuff. What we need is the toaster of operating systems. The you have the platform that doesn't change. It's rock solid. As is simple run legacy apps. Can't run anything new. Don't use it for you know, you want the latest new platform. No. We're not changing anything the legacy. We're windows legacy will call it. And it's just it's like a cauldron it's Mike something to iron. And it just sits there and runs your old stuff. And don't, you know, you don't put it on a system where you want is this magical unicorn of an operating system. We knows classic. Yeah. Or or or legacy or whatever they get really solid. So doesn't really need updates? It's just really strip it way back. But what's the what's the impetus for Microsoft to do that? Right. Because then they can have the people who are holding them back legacies. Always hell Microsoft back. Yeah. The people were holding them back. They have something here. Put this on the PC in your closet. That's running your, you know, your ATM, and whatever maybe that's what windows embedded should have been. But anyway, but put this in and then you run all that crap on that. And then you're going to want to buy a new PC and put windows ten on it because that's where the future is. But if you want to run an all this or what? What about this can never work? It's too good of an idea. Kind of an it exists for businesses. Right. And it's called windows ten long term servicing branch LTS? Yeah. L TSP, which is you get a version of windows ten and it doesn't get updated and Microsoft wants you to just use that for mission critical apps and medical equipment in that kind of stuff. No prices are sneakily. They would only this is what this is. What would happen? You mean is a version of windows? So it will always run everything Amari running. I never have to upgrade it. And I never I'm gonna get the stupid features. I don't want to distant perfect. I'll take that for the rest of my life. And I'm saying like four that's a fork of windows because he's still going to want. Because that's what's holding. You back is this need to support. All this ancient crap. And I understand you have to so make a version that's four that or virtue. Maybe hyper visor solution make a virtual box. That'll do that way. Yeah. It was like a comedian joke about this. He was talking about society, not computer operating systems. But he was basically saying that you know, society was like a pain and the people that aren't kind of move forward. You've got to put him in the last car into kind of Clinton. That's right. Thanks windows. The last car. The windows caboose. Yeah. Windows eight sometimes you've just got a call. Yeah. I know probably from point from business point of view is not going to happen. But it is it is a liability..

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Windows Weekly

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Because I I'm like I've got to put her either put her on windows, ten on old machine or get a new PC and is going to windows ten on. What if you just put Winston on there and didn't tell her what she noticed? Yeah. Notice. That's actually the problem. Right. So Mary Jo jokes or is telling the truth, I guess about not seeing like subtle UI changes transparencies and stuff like that windows. Ten is not like that. You know, when you go from windows, seven to windows ten it's obvious. You know, windows, ten as I what I feel is kind of a modern flat. You I. But whatever my opinions of it. It is actually completely different from windows. Seven could use. Okay. Looking so good. You say, hey, they got we got a cosmetic update. Everything's everything's in the same place. Yeah. If you did start search today. I mean, this is something that's work since. I don't remember, maybe maybe windows XP, but you could you can hit the start button to open the start menu start typing. And you're searching, you know, it looks a little different right? But it works. It's the same. I mean, it's the same action. If so if you have that muscle memory of that still works. I mean, that's useful. Yeah. I'm I'm already starting to puzzle over. Lennox look in DC, I know mom. Really the logo. It's browser. And if she's using Rome already. She's not she's not though, I tried to get home. But no explorer. Look if if someone is doing everything on the web and Email browsing whatever I mean. Yeah. Obviously, a Chromebook could make some sense. But I don't think there's the profit will be talked about this before, you know, the problem with the windows user base. The problem with you people now is that it's so diverse, right? And everyone has that one thing, you know, we all have these crazy the goofy app. Just talked about my father who for some reason feels the need to share photo slide shows with PowerPoint for some you know, he just that's how his brain. Thanks. You know? And it's yeah, he's broken Fisher. But, but the, you know, the thing is if he opens his computer doesn't apart when he wouldn't even he wouldn't even know where to start. That's happened is Cintra actually kind of interesting is we're in. Modern era. People don't want to go, and that's fine. If you're talking about toasters and cars. But when you're talking about internet connected devices, it's a new it's you can't do that. As a new world. I just also like a we have a syndrome had don't we like, you know, windows is really complex. It just has these the MAC is too. I mean, really I mean. From a different age. Yeah. There's a lot of complexity to a lot of things she a lot of switches, you can make changes and stuff. And I think you know, Microsoft has failed at this. But they've tried to bring these mobile user interfaces to the desktop apples working on doing that with ipad apps chrome OS doing it obviously with Android apps. You know, there's this in Microsoft is working on this thing that may or may not come to fruition which is a Chromebook like, oh S, obviously windows is underneath. But the the user experience is going to be simpler. And I do think that's the way forward, but we have to, you know, this this this gap. We have to get across first. And there are a lot of people kicking screaming. I was talking to a guy on Twitter today. It was like why does it Microsoft or somebody make a little pocket-sized, tap windows tablet? I can put my pocket, and it's like well because the market for that is you. There are seven people. He's like, no. You don't understand? I don't want a phone like, I really want this thing. I'm like, no. I do understand the only one. Literally. I mean, like the reason this doesn't exist this because people have made pocket computers knowing bottom, right? There's a lot of reasons for that part of it's the user experience, you know, windows doesn't make a ton of sense on a small screen. And so that's something Microsoft's working on..

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Windows Weekly

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Date. There's always new features. You do get the ability to control the updates. If that's what you want not as much as some companies would like, but I actually think that is going to change as well. And so, you know, it's kind of an interesting thing because there's a question. Alec will this windows, seven upgrade cycle trigger some kind of a bump in PC sales or in windows, seven licenses and whatever. And and you know, I the X P one was something I look back on if you look at the chart that I have for PC cells every year when X P went out of went into retirement that year two thousand fourteen I think it was PC sales have been falling year over year by a big margin, and they still fell that year, but by much less of a margin than they had before the next year picked up again, you know, so windows XP had this little bump, you could see it just by going into retirement. I think windows seven is going to have a similar. Modest effect on PC sales, basically. The other reason too that I bet they're pushing the idea of instead of just upgrading from seven to ten upgrade from windows, seven and Microsoft three sixty five is a lot of companies when they do migrations they replace their hardware their operating system and office all at the same time, right? Bullying anyway. So just do one time instead of having to keep going back in there and changing it over and over right? That might be. Yeah. Selling point, right? You say, hey, you're gonna only touch us one time. So do the whole thing the modern desktop. I think the term is. I'm sure is obviously deliberate. It's meant it's a marketing term, it's meant to evoke a certain thing. But there probably a bunch of companies out in the world that are still hosting Email somewhere doing Email themselves that still have not just on Prem Soffer on their PC, desktops, but on service as well. And so this is kind of an interesting opportunity to bring those guys forward as well. And then kind of benefit from the obvious benefits of cloud computing, where you're not managing it yourself on your businesses just about whatever your businesses. It's not you don't necessarily have to have this huge internal infrastructure for everything. So that's the good be an upgrade wave benefits, Microsoft, you know, but it's not gonna come from a business. Switching from seven to ten. It has to it has to include more than that for it to make sense. Okay. So I don't really care about business. I I don't either to be honest. So. Joe, I'm glad you like your job. I know. Well, I think it's interesting on a number levels though, because we've talked about Microsoft three sixty five for consumers, and how could that factor into this? Right. Because there is another half of this issue, which is individuals running windows seven, and what we learned with windows XP is they just keep running windows, XP or windows seven in this case. I mean PC's up for a lot of people have become these occasional tools. They do a lot of stuff on their phone and every once in a while they need to type something up or use a big expense. Excel spreadsheet or print something or whatever it might be..

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Windows Weekly

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"This like saving the store the truth is the underlying concern is still the same the problem is the same which is that there is no new app development on windows anyway right i think one of the points of making a mobile app development platform was that they would attracted developers who are making those absent elsewhere and it has not worked you know the ability to bring testing right will help that's probably the yeah that's going to help but you know if users want bombing i've the two examples that come up with are actually in the star but you know full blown w photoshop whatever i don't know it is a user should be able to run whatever i want you know if microsoft wants to protect me and windows and every other windows user like it's up to them to put that into windows like how whatever the actual technology is it should be you know instead of making me bend over backwards to find a stupid app store that sort of like the app i really want to run on just figure out a way to make that apron safely and windows i think that's if you can't do that like what are we doing here i mean the the reason they were driving everybody to the store i mean app safety is one reason right but it was also for making sure things get updated and in a regulated way and and a timely way i guess too but also i think it was the ultimate idea was m monetization for microsoft to i mean they take him cut of what's in the store right so they want things to go through the store a even if it's the windows store for business you know they they want people to be using the store in as the distribution mechanism and not just be randomly downloading things even if you can do it safely in a b m.

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Windows Weekly

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Windows ten explicitly and only windows ten it it's kind of a self feeding way to push people forward it is also a way of making trying to make it simpler i think like right now we're it looks crazy to us right now like we're talking about fig manager eighteen o two and then there's eighteen oh three that's windows and there's something else right but i think with brad anderson running this whole you know all up microsoft three sixty five and he's he is alongside job oh fury in this new org that's not the same org the builds windows i think this actually might be good news i do i think i think it might it might signal that they're trying to get their act together and make a more cohesive story but to but to take advantage of it you will have to buy all in on microsoft three sixty five the review that they made the first day keynote not about three sixty five because it sounds net me really i thought they was lead developer show listen in the dot net suchard microsoft developer space the way forward for these guys the volume way forward is the cloud they're gonna wanna talk about azure and all the amazing services that these guys can take advantage of honestly for that crowd the client doesn't matter in the slightest the idea there is that it should work with whatever you know if you want to get people hitting this thing with iphones or ipads or android phones or windows pc's i mean there's nothing they're definitely going to be talking about their new i t offering because they're they're going to hot and heavy on that i mean they're there they want to spend what five billion dollars over the next couple of years.

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Windows Weekly

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"I also wanna see again when you brad vert that story about what's coming next for windows ten you guys mentioned a home advanced version of windows ten and i'm curious if that shows up somewhere yeah right so will windows ten pro workstation being there i don't believe it's in the list today product i don't think so because you can get it from the store right if you and if you great done at shrieking go back to the store and to say install and it's maybe windows ten home advanced will be the same thing maybe i don't know i don't know that's what i'm waiting to find out i don't know i i was getting excited looking at the new dell fifteen experts fifteen which is going to offer the new ninth generation intel processors can offer a ten i think at ten fifty nvidia chip but instead of doing that leo consider this by surface studio with a generational chips that yeah and it's us forty two hundred bucks this is throwing it out as an alternative i love the service studio man i love it but i wouldn't i really wouldn't want a game on it that should be an amazing game machine you know it really next one i see samsung as a new one it's with the eighth generation these new core i nine's wanna talk about them at all or just briefly i mean you know the eighth generation intel chipsets up are apparently generation that is occurring over several generations.

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Windows Weekly

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Yeah just kind of throw a dart at at the wall the thing microsoft wanted everyone to take away from the reort was that they are the intelligent cloud intelligent edge company and the biggest changes that happened were in on a front but of course what people who know the company wrote was windows just got blown up more important so yeah yeah we just dropped a nuclear bomb but look at this cute little flower over here yeah yeah then full me denver las okay is that the entire tire gist of it now we up one more thing i would say is if you're if you're somebody who pays attention to microsoft the two names who haven't been household names you should start paying attention to our red gesture who is the new owner of the combined you know microsoft part of the windows platform officer sixty five and jason zander who's been the corporate vice president in charge of asher but now he gets windows windows server engineering too so he's kind of a big deal now in our world and probably going to hear more rush us at all and i basically understanding of how deals with the press i will not get to know him probably went jason zander bit i should call the it really is interesting and i think apropos because as mary jo knows over the years the the core of windows development is kind of gone back and forth between serve the client teams safi stole it back from server when he took power and i it going back their ticket back.

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Windows Weekly

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"It also is interesting and i didn't really think about this i forget who reported this first but there's no no longer someone who represents windows on the senior leadership team at microsoft for the first time that's so that's so that so some people use the term demotion right some people right here really it does sound like that in a sense that windows is no longer the crown jewel at microsoft has it by the way hasn't been for some time and yeah and i think the weird thing about this because it's funny we've we've talked about this potential for longline time you know there was a time when windows rep with represented the largest chunk of revenues microsoft made there was a time when windows was never to bind office and then there was a time when windows was number three behind office and server today windows represents sixteen percent of microsoft's revenues for the last year really sat on the ten years earlier they were yeah yeah you give it away for one because i i went back and looked at their latest quarter after you and i talked yesterday paul and it's still big it's still a lot of the company i mean the remember that oregon's more than just windows and in it but it's called mercer more personal computing rate that's that's the group that windows in devices is in and so as xbox by the way an msn and bing ads those are all in this more personal computing but last last quarter they had twelve thousand sorry twelve billion dollars in revenue office said nine.

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Windows Weekly

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"It's time for windows weekly paul around mary jo foley your hey big big news at a microsoft where were you when you heard the terry myerson was out at windows we'll talk about that when we're getting it looks like we might be getting a new update on windows the big one this tuesday we'll talk a little bit about that and the skip ahead preview was just came out it's all coming up next on windows weekly that casts you love from people you trust this is bandwidth for windows weekly is provided by cachefly at c a c h e f l y dot com this is windows weekly with paul thurrott and mary jo foley episode five hundred sixty four recorded wednesday april fourth twenty eighteen windows demoted windows weekly is brought to you by turbo tax live new from turbo tax now you can get a personal review of your tax return with a cpa or ea right on your screen talk live with a tax expert as often as you need for tax advice to help you file with confidence go to turbo tax live dot com slash windows and by wordpress reach more customers when you build your website on wordpress dot com plans start at just four dollars a month and get fifteen percent off any new plan at wordpress dot com slash windows and by rocket mortgage from quicken loans home plays a big role in your life that's why quicken loans created rocket mortgage it lets you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process bully so you can be conscious.

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Windows Weekly

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"The greatest where the early century yeah well apples probably gonna i wondered now at work bikers us going to windows on arm apple clearly has been thinking about this they've got these a eleven chips these very very fast arm based not they're not qualcom but there are murdoch's are aarp is still i would imagine uh intel's looking over at apple saying kyw's please please is interesting you know intel has ruled the congress are the pc industry for paternity and you know now that the pc has been kind of relegated to the smallest of the big digital platforms a and qualcom his coming in and taking it to potentially try to take them the mainstream part of this it's like we're getting dabbas of gun offered such decision who are bent what's left for these guys i've in which is a weird thing to say that they're the market leader of the night we are we gonna keep it in perspective um the the threat from apple is probably more significant to intel dan the windows one because apple is most would be the most likely entity to just say at were done and just go completely the other direction or you know 50 percent or ninety percent in one take there are already whereas at in the iphone and they really trying to guess until modems on it uh or actually though this the other way around they want to get the gal graham automotive yeah well burma never mind a feeling great modem business ahead of it those guys will abbott will play the two companies against each other yet has they indiana because a half do but eventually you get the from they want to be part that they want that to be them you know when they get there and i make everything via their they'll they'll kick anyone out no doubt about it so we are you surprised when a md strides on stage.

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Windows Weekly

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Uh i'm not jealous or anything paul thoradh is it qualcomm snapdragon summit you wouldn't like it here now i hate it off at the beach horribly beautiful actually you're saying at my favorite hotel in that while a it's a beautiful beautiful the west in there uh so it's not it's not terrible it's not terrible our guest uh for this portion domigarh he's vp global global product marketing at a qualcomm and besides woah when is on the arm i guess there was other stuff there was some other stuff we bring say woes windows on snapdragon oh i i it heard it as even more felicitous acrid amendment amendment uh and when it's snapdragon uh you know we're we're all i'm all our flagship funds using a 35 uh but the fortyfive was announced tell us what's new in the eight fortyfive donna in with where the fee it's a new kind of a new focus it sounds like for you guys yeah i mean look the e one of the things that we always do with our premiums are platforms is we obviously look it trends and technology and whether heading um and we try to do is enhance from an not only from an experiential level but from a technology perspective those parts of our platform that we need that we app that actually have to be enhanced in order to deliver what the ecosystem watson so the areas of focus for eight fortyfive are really round a couple of different things one is ai um and the i am she learning capabilities our platform as well as immersion deeper immersion and old some of that comes from the camera individual processing but smother things.

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Windows Weekly

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"To be a journey that they're that they're on um and if you know creating the universal app store making it more secure all that delivers benefits obviously to to the end user and so that's good there's goodness there and obviously that universal sort of windows experience is no you know there's absolutely no issue with that from up from a platform perspective when we would yeah and and as far as with what the oem ship with these devices again that's something that they negotiate with microsoft obviously there's costs associated with the different o s levels at microsoft that that's something that they negotiate with the oh yams tennis absolutely absolutely obvious he gives bomb cost relief to the l e m because it is a cheaper on a form of windows um but as you may think mentioned earlier to paul all these devices can be upgraded for free to ten pro i'm through pre pretty much through the end of the year of two thousand eighteen so um so whatever the user wants to do if it ships with ten asan they went upgraded pro they can do that um if they want to keep it a wad try ten sza fat serves their needs and have no need to upgrade to pro so be it and so uh so that's kind of how that's ruling itself through as far as performance goes um there's the emulating layer you guys were talking about earlier and yet that's really kind of what what microsoft is doing with their software we really don't play a huge part in that but uh but what we're seeing as far as upgrading the pro and using different applications uh most of the sort of legacy applications or applications that people might have a have a question about ten july in the gaming space allow them dental and the gaming space especially the aaa gaming space and the ninety percent ninety percent or so.

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Windows Weekly

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Because uh in some ways there were a good couple surprises um one of them has to do with the timing right so here we are at the at a 2017 we've announced a qualcomm snapdragon eight 35 processorbased pcs they've announced it at eight fortyfive french so how does that work um and also the fact that these devices run with his tennis exclusively soso billy so far uh which was a surprise to me because i feel like the always pointing i'm here i'm sorry that little wind windows ten proud for a fee for fifty dollars or for from rick for free for free for a limited time and in aces materials they said till september twenty team which has longer though at microsoft has said like the surface laptop then this his yeah i think those very zero reason why windows ten ask for these armed devices we'll see that the that's why we're we're gonna ask that question because i i'm a little confused as i i would say you know when you think about the future of the pc and the and you look at it for microsoft's perspective from acc serve a platform perspective there are two big initiatives and three if you want to divide a cyclone it's a two parts the first is when this to us right which is the simpler non legacy version of windows ten smart uh but not necessarily ready right you know today for everybody does the always connected pc initiative which brings always sc uh on connectivity uh better battery life uh instant on and so forth and then you get the call comp piece of it where you get a really sharp improvements in battery life an instant on a performance for example so um i i sort of view these things is three separate things in some ways what we're seeing here is a combination of at least two of those so that was a little unexpected it's kind of interesting but that's something we should should talk to call come about.

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Windows Weekly

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"windows" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"It's time for windows weekly we sent paul throughout on assignments tough one to he went to maori for the qualcom snack snapdragon the tech summit he's there right now and we'll be joined on the show by dan mcgwire he's ahead of marketing your qualcomm and ryan shrout from pc perspective that of course mary joe fully we're all going to talk about the brand new windows on arm laptops announced today and the new snapdragon eight five processor windows weeklies next ruling jess you love from people you trust this is tweets bandwidth for windows weekly is provided by cash flysea a c h e f l ycom this is windows weekly with both rod and mary joe fully episode 547 recorded wednesday december six 2017 windows unarmed windows weekly is literally brought to you by sonic tweets ten gigabit fiber internet service provider joint sonics internet revolution as they bring fast affordable internet phone and tv to homes and businesses all over california visit soniccomtwit to sign up for service and receive your first month free and by wordpress plans started just four dollars a month find out why twenty nine percent of all the web runs on wordpress get your brand new website today at wordpresscom slashed windows and save fifteen percent and by rocket mortgage from quickenloans home blaise a big role in your life that's why quickenloans created brockett mortgage it lets you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you can be confident you're getting the reich mortgage for you get startedrocketmortgagecomwindows.

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