19 Burst results for "Withings"
"withings" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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"withings" Discussed on Pantheon
"We just knew it up. And i think the idea always was start together. I never did. That is played for myself for home and the withings and and stuff like that. I just kept playing on everything with until we met up again two years ago. Then rule. I.
"withings" Discussed on UN News
"This is matt well as you're news. Following a decade of political instability and conflict libyans are on the path to peace and the international community needs to do its part which includes respecting an arms embargo. Top official there said in an exclusive interview with our un news. Aerobic team stephanie. Williams acting special representative of the secretary general commended. The first round of political talks between the government of national accord in libyan national army held last week and she initiate ms williams spoke to my yakub about ongoing developments in libya. Since the signing of historic ceasefire agreed last month under the auspices of the un mission in the country. Un's mil which she had. A ceasefire agreement itself was really greeted of rate of ause across the via. Withings were so relieved to see more officers. Come together with very great sense of national responsibility and to reach across the table. Shake hands and really for the sake of libya start to take steps to <hes>. To unify institutions to ease the conditions for average le'veon's and to really pave the way for the resumption of the political process. You have just concluded the first first-round of critical dialogue forum. Are you happy with the results. In how are the preparation for the second round going preparations for the second round or underway. I am very pleased with what happened here in tunis. Last week seventy five participants came the sach talk for some of them really the first time that they have come together since the revolutions twenty eleven over these long years of crisis and division and they to gingrich national responsibility an desire for reconciliation and desire to put the country on the right on the libyan to restore rabin decision making in socrates. They're very intensive day. They accomplished a lot. They <hes> decided that national elections should be held on december fourth. Twenty twenty one which marks seventieth anniversary of libya's independence. So what better day. For libyan's to come together to renew their institutions through credible inclusive and fair elections. They also agreed a national roadmap for a preparatory period leading up to elections they renamed. The perogatives are reformed presidency council and a separate premiership in unity government in. They also agreed the eligibility criteria for candidates to these positions. I am really pleased to say that of the seventy five participants. The women's participants really stood out. They came together as a block fairly early on in the process started working on a statement issued outline really a series of principles recommendation. She improving women's participation in the political process and governance. They demanded that remains should account for no west thirty percent of the leadership positions in the recently formed executive authority and that was also echoed in the roadmap which was consensually agreed by having participants. On the last day miss williams. You just mentioned the election. What will will on smell. In how how would smell facilitated so are we support of the higher national elections commission. Which is the national sovereign body in libya that is charged with organizing elections. We also work directly with the authorities in the government of national board to ensure that they support the h. neck through expanding. Its operations and i'm pleased to say that. The government of national forest has announced that they will on begin this much needed financing of the h neck. So we will stand with the libyan stand with the elections commission as they undertake the challenging. Work ahead to organize these much desired national elections. You also spoke about women. What is awesome <unk>. The wing to ensure the representation and participation of libyan women the election. But also andy libyan seen in general so. We made sure that arabian women were strongly represented in the political dialogue. They are also were paraded in economic dialogue. And in terms of what we're doing you know we are facilitate <hes>. Gender sensitive gender inclusive legislation to be taken out by the the libyan parliament. And that will we believe. Better enable access. Stir women candidates to office. And those who will no doubt be running. In the parliaments
UN Libya envoy reports on significant achievements towards peace
"This is matt well as you're news. Following a decade of political instability and conflict libyans are on the path to peace and the international community needs to do its part which includes respecting an arms embargo. Top official there said in an exclusive interview with our un news. Aerobic team stephanie. Williams acting special representative of the secretary general commended. The first round of political talks between the government of national accord in libyan national army held last week and she initiate ms williams spoke to my yakub about ongoing developments in libya. Since the signing of historic ceasefire agreed last month under the auspices of the un mission in the country. Un's mil which she had. A ceasefire agreement itself was really greeted of rate of ause across the via. Withings were so relieved to see more officers. Come together with very great sense of national responsibility and to reach across the table. Shake hands and really for the sake of libya start to take steps to To unify institutions to ease the conditions for average le'veon's and to really pave the way for the resumption of the political process. You have just concluded the first first-round of critical dialogue forum. Are you happy with the results. In how are the preparation for the second round going preparations for the second round or underway. I am very pleased with what happened here in tunis. Last week seventy five participants came the sach talk for some of them really the first time that they have come together since the revolutions twenty eleven over these long years of crisis and division and they to gingrich national responsibility an desire for reconciliation and desire to put the country on the right on the libyan to restore rabin decision making in socrates. They're very intensive day. They accomplished a lot. They decided that national elections should be held on december fourth. Twenty twenty one which marks seventieth anniversary of libya's independence. So what better day. For libyan's to come together to renew their institutions through credible inclusive and fair elections. They also agreed a national roadmap for a preparatory period leading up to elections they renamed. The perogatives are reformed presidency council and a separate premiership in unity government in. They also agreed the eligibility criteria for candidates to these positions. I am really pleased to say that of the seventy five participants. The women's participants really stood out. They came together as a block fairly early on in the process started working on a statement issued outline really a series of principles recommendation. She improving women's participation in the political process and governance. They demanded that remains should account for no west thirty percent of the leadership positions in the recently formed executive authority and that was also echoed in the roadmap which was consensually agreed by having participants. On the last day miss williams. You just mentioned the election. What will will on smell. In how how would smell facilitated so are we support of the higher national elections commission. Which is the national sovereign body in libya that is charged with organizing elections. We also work directly with the authorities in the government of national board to ensure that they support the h. neck through expanding. Its operations and i'm pleased to say that. The government of national forest has announced that they will on begin this much needed financing of the h neck. So we will stand with the libyan stand with the elections commission as they undertake the challenging. Work ahead to organize these much desired national elections. You also spoke about women. What is awesome The wing to ensure the representation and participation of libyan women the election. But also andy libyan seen in general so. We made sure that arabian women were strongly represented in the political dialogue. They are also were paraded in economic dialogue. And in terms of what we're doing you know we are facilitate Gender sensitive gender inclusive legislation to be taken out by the the libyan parliament. And that will we believe. Better enable access. Stir women candidates to office. And those who will no doubt be running. In the parliaments
"withings" Discussed on The MacCast
"My mac acts and to download for free and a big. Thank you to mac. Pa for their support of the mac cast on the last episode of that gas. We had a little conversation round the health app and entering your weight specifically in the uk where we had a listener who wants to do his weight entries in stones and pounds stones being a unit of measure for weight that they use in the uk Of course not the only one. But what i was told is a common one or maybe becoming less common one depending on some of the feedback et received but regardless it is a way to enter wait in the uk and The health app seemed to only be able to support sort of one unit type at a time so couldn't really combine stones and pounds. It was actually taking the weight as stones with a decimal value. I guess one stone is roughly equivalent to fourteen pounds so he was having a bit of trouble because he was putting it in in in stones and pounds but it was converting the pounds portion to decimal which was inaccurate or wasn't really doing a decimal Version it was just adding that as the point value which just through the whole thing off so he was asking for the community to kind of help out and maybe suggest some third party apps. I couldn't specifically find a third party app that supported the weight entry in stones and pounds but i ended up writing a quick little shortcut to do the conversion. Basically allow it. Allow you to enter stones and pounds and the do the conversion into the stones value as a decimal and that seemed to work in importing into the health app. So i kind of built my own. Little app was my solution for that but we did throw it out to the community and did ask. Hey does anybody know of a third party app. That can kind of support this than i did. Receive a couple of bits of feedback from the community to suggestions really my fitness pow which is a great app for not only just doing a weight tracking but just general health stuff and exercise programs in those sorts of things in general I've heard a lot of great things about that. A lot of people really like my fitness pao. and then somebody else wrote in. And said hey. I've been using the withings health mate app now. I think that app links in with the withings scales But i'm assuming that you don't have to have the scale necessarily just to use the app so those might be a couple that you want to check out and i wanna thank the community for sending those suggestions in earlier in the show. We kinda ran through apple's new announcements for apple. Silicon based max and the emlyn processor all of the new models we talked about the specs and features and all those sorts of things in it. All sounds really really great. But i also wanted to have a conversation with you in this episode about. Is it worth upgrading or to a new apple. Silicon mac now. Is it worth sort of being an early adopter. And and really if you're buying an apple silicon mac. You are adopting a brand new architecture. A brand new technology now. Of course it's apple in apple has done a good job or we presume. They've done a good job integrating and testing these things. They've been working on him for years and if they're bringing them to market right they're saying. Hey these are ready for consumers. Now we also know because we've been through some of these transitions before that everything apple does as good a job as they possibly can. But there's likely going to some hiccups. There's gonna be some bumps in the road Things are going to happen. There's going to be some incompatibilities. There's going to be some frustrations. There's going to be all those things. So that's what. I mean by sort of being early adopter. Is it worth being an early adopter and a lot of you have been sending me emails and questions asking exactly that. Hey should i buy one of these new machines. And i can fully understand why because it's pretty clear at this point that the m one is gonna be amazing all the all the signs. All the indicators are pointing to huge large improvements in performance with these machines Not only performance but energy efficiency battery life. The whole experience is likely going to be better than what we have with intel today. But i also think that there's a reason why we started this process with basically what is their entry level consumer models and you might even be going. Well what about the macbook pro. That's a pro model. Yes technically but really in name only because what we're talking about is we're talking about that base tier thirteen inch macbook pro. It only has two ports. It's not the pro pro machine right. It's kind of the consumer pro machine At best so Apple really starting with their consumer models and. I think the reason they're doing that is like i said there's likely going to be some early issues specifically with software compatibility probably with some hardware compatibility in drivers and those sorts of things and so for someone who uses their mac professionally. If it's the thing that generates income that's harder to take kind of bumps in issues and problems with right if your machine is down it's costing you money on the consumer side of things. It can be frustrating. It may cost you some money. But you're probably going to be okay. You have less specialized hardware. You don't have software that you're probably relying on day andy out or at the very least you could maybe find an alternative. It might be a little bit painful but you couldn't do it But you know. I think the big question comes. Should you be early adopter. I think it really comes down to your situation and your personality. And how much of a risk taker api you are if you're gonna if you're gonna change this out for your pro machine because inevitably some apps are just not going to be ready for apple. Silicon day one now. The good news is we're hearing that a lot of apps are there's a lot of apps that have already pushed out there updates if you've been running software update on your mac. Recently you'll see all the big sur updates that are coming out there's going gonna be apple. Silicon updates coming out as the machines start to hit the market and of course apple has some built in technologies to kind of help smooth the process out and some early signs are showing that even those transition layers. That software is actually functioning. Pretty pretty well pretty well but you know there's going to be some big apps and we already know about one of them photoshop. That's not going to be native in ready on day. One now existing photoshop again should run in that translation layer. But does everything run. Do all the plug ins run. We don't know yet. And that's where the bumps are probably gonna come into play so if you're the type of person that really depends on your mac day in day out to get work done and you have critical apps that you need to use..
"withings" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"Done. That was very short. Rebe awesome read. Those are the things that get me right. I love i love of all those habits books also but you just before you said o._e._m. Is gonna ask you what what did the david goggin book <hes>. What did it make you wanna work on more that you did and so i'll tell you goal. You'll you'll probably like this answer so it's now i've instilled thirty day challenges in my life so in the book he talks about a thirty day challenge some reading the book and the first one he says what's something that really scares you that that you just haven't started that you need to do and i have this client on my name. This client might his name is josh canaan jackson rochelle keenum and josh planks for twenty straight eight minutes on the days that he lists twenty straight middle every tech just planks. Isn't he board so he listens to podcast or you're listening listens. The music hurt this and every time i go in there i'm like bro. Talk about mental toughness that is crazy to me so that planking was one of those things which is like. How could somebody possibly do that so i'm reading goggin book and i write down plex k. and then he's like art. You gotta take action on it now. I already trained so hard and all these other areas. I i started. I started making excuses right and i am the coach making excuses and i'm like gosh. I'm training so hard. I'm so into my nutrition. I reset that so. I'm doing all this stuff. I'm good right took me about two weeks to get started finally said i'm doing this challenge. I'm going to start applying challenge and the furthest longest. I've ever played with five minutes so i told myself i'm gonna start at four four minutes and then i'm going to add two seconds every single day and i'm going to get the five minutes after thirty days right so here i am. I chartered out. I've got my phone kind of track it get through the fourth as the fifth fit them speaking in sacramento and there were three of the leaders from the organization that wanted to train with me in the morning so they wake up that come meet me my hotel training on telling him doing this plank challenge four minutes going up by two seconds and one of the guys look like dude. You could play for five minutes right now. That's not a challenge and i'm like what he thought. This is my challenge. I'm fired up about this. You told me two weeks just to start the darn thing and he's like dude. You could do it right now and so i accepted that challenge from him so number one help people here is took me a little while to start right so we gotta figure it out. We gotta start and i still protected myself. I was like five minutes would be great. It's the longest i've ever done. I'll build back up to it but i was protecting myself. So i started making fifteen jumps every single day. Some days i would do thirty seconds by the thirtieth they i did a sixteen minute plank now. I didn't get to the twenty like my client client. Is i went to sixteen. I did something that was so five minutes what i thought i was going to do. I shifted the challenge in the fifth. A day really took on the challenge and then i went as long as i possibly could on that last day and went to sixteen minutes so now what that's done is. It's helped me realize that thirty data challenges is where i wanna live because a thirty day challenge i can touch it. I can taste it. I can feel it and i can break that down to one day at a time and the day that i win with that challenge allen jr like i know that i'm almost there if i keep resetting that there's all these areas and we started to implement it into our coaching. Our clients are loving it. I'm currently in the middle of doing. It's called called the unr- acquired challenge so you do this on top of your regular workouts and she's jen's going to be in on this one on top of your regular training. Today was my seventh seventh day. I had to do it at the hotel here in l._a. Along with my treadmill hit training so it's on top of your regular training unless it was an off day you still have to do it so thirty straight days it's two hundred and fifty air squad straight.
"withings" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"What do you think everybody else is not exactly going to be like walking to the next drill so he that you are one hundred percent correct and i think there's a lot of leaders who don't necessarily lead by example right. He is so intentional he leads. It's by example and it's just extraordinary. His intention has focused his leadership and the players see it in how he speaks. They see it running between drills. They see it and how intentional he leads. Other coaches and intention is a big thing and i think when you talk about habits and hustle right. How do you apply okay what you're talking about. Maybe maybe somebody we listen doesn't like football like how does that apply to me. Well how intentionally you being in your life. Are you intentional enough to actually hustle because a lot of people hustle but do you really bradshaw so you are you efficient with your time or you just saying i get all this stuff done because everybody i don't have enough time. We can go find time. I agree with you so what i'm what what i'm getting from this whole podcast so far is to take to basically to perform at your peak. You need a few things you need. Purpose first of all right okay and you need to have an intention you have to have you have to be intentional with everything you do right and how an think think not who oh you are but who he wanted to be and i think that to me is like a really big one because i think people get stuck with well. I'm just that way. You know that's who i am but really really like if you really want to exceed extra extraordinary levels you have to think of who you wanna be later on and work towards that goal and that's what i that's basically basically the middle of those are the three things that i've picked up from this far and you know i think again be having to change behavior. You need to change your habits or your habits abyss. Become your behavior become your how you think do you. What is your daily habits. What is your morning routine..
"withings" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"Best. I have a quick question question for you because i'm not exactly a huge college football fan right but this is why. I want to ask you this because i think it applies to people everybody. Everybody is that with you. You working with the alabama football team which is like i said probably the best in the world right. I mean coach arguably. The greatest coach never coach anything exactly this coach. They banned the reason and so like if you're working with them. What do you see that they have that makes them. What are they doing every single day differently currently that everybody else out there that makes them the best over and over and over again so what is nick sabin doing or what is what are the what are they doing. Habits daily see to me. I think the way you do one thing is the way you do everything right. That's exactly what i don't like this one the things that we always talk about a standard over feelings. Don't allow your feelings to dictate how you show up. You gotta live to the standard so just because you wanna football game on saturday on sunday you you got to figure out what were the areas of opportunity. What did we miss right. What are the areas. Where maybe we underperformed where we need to improve so that next saturday we can be better so it's not allowing winning going to define your success. It's every day just having this hunger to want to be the best that you can be and the other thing. I'll tell you about alabama and i experienced this at north dakota state eight and four years working there with coach climate who now with at kansas state similar type mindsets. They were winning one aa championships up there so it's been a blessing to see these two powerhouse teams go to work is that they live to that standard but the relationships means so much you say like it's a brotherhood of this football team and i've been in some locker rooms where it's just it's like oh yeah. This is a brotherhood and i'm. I don't see it. It's much a selfish individuals only caring about themselves and their statistics and what you find in those places that are truly extraordinary mary performing at the highest level not the guys don't want to be the best that they can be and win awards and things of that nature but they are fighting for each other and it's almost like that one heartbeat mentality. Li like we're going to go to war. Everybody's going to work every day and we're all going to give our best and we will be one heart when we go one play time on that saturday and does it come from him then they coach saban because it doesn't matter who the team is at the time is always the best of the best so he has to come so my question is it has to come from the top down at trickles from the top-down human being right so if he is that way right and you work with him on this then it it comes from the top and it's it's a standard that people have to live up to our also just won't make it right yeah one of my first times at alabama so i'm watching practice this and i'm standing there right on the sideline and the whistle blows to change drills and coach sabe who sixty seven years old is on a dead sprint to the next room. If if you're sixty seven year old head coach is sprinting inbetween drills..
"withings" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"That picture book is paying the bills right and so i had to go through all of that in building this business but i was a high level financial adviser i was typically in the top two percent for this company and you're in the elite clubs and all this so it continued on for years and i started started to grow both businesses. I had the passion for the speaking i started coaching guys and gals in two thousand and eight and i wrote a book in two thousand and nine and so then it all just starts taking you know if you're running companies at the same time employees on both sides of the business and then finally i woke up and i said i gotta stop trying to control. I'll put in fifty percent here around fifty percent here around two thousand ten. I started waking up more intentionally an everyday. I would tell myself i gotta surrender. I'm just going to surrender to the plan that god has for me and surrendered and the next thing you know two years later i was speaking writing coaching one hundred percent of the time and the rest was history. Wow also sounds like you're you're already gifted speaker her and you had the sales background like already good sales guy and you kind of it seems like a kind of have evolved kind of naturally because you got that the opportunity this week. I fell in love with it and then you start doing it. Even though you work ain't paid for but you didn't have to because you're making money on the other end so you were lucky in a way you're a very lucky absolutely and so you had the opportunity yep and you had the luck and you do something about it that the habits piece. How many people do you know that you sit down with that. They can touch they can taste they. Can someone see the dreams do nothing with it and i hope that's what somebody gathers from you asking me these awesome. Questions is like whatever that dream is. Go do something about it right. You're stuck in that job. You don't want but you can see a little bit of a dream. Put a little action behind it every day. That's absolutely that's a great point. I think that because people like dreamers and they don't have confidence that they think they can make actually reality so then they stay at their the whatever they're doing because it's comfortable and secure. They don't have a safety net so you had a safety net. So what are you say for people who don't have a safety net but you're saying to them take <music> action and try to go after something but if they don't have that safety net like you did what what's the option. What do they do well so i think you have to figure out how you can apply pressure in the areas areas that are going to cause you to have your vision. Come true right so i've had people reach out who maybe didn't have that save. I want to be a speaker. I want to be a coach. They didn't have the other career..
"withings" Discussed on KTRH
"You're not getting enough oxygen while you're sleeping. Well, guess what back means their brain isn't able to replicate any of the neurotransmitter, and you the hormones that it needs to everything needs to be topped off which is the main functions and be sleet, and your body's aren't able to your body's not able to grow the way they meet them to. Less oxygen. And that is not good for these little growing bodies that we need them to have. Now, what are the symptoms of pediatric sleep apnea? We've talked on the air about fruit. You know for adults snoring shortness of breath. It can be, you know, morning headaches heartburn insomnia, getting up to go to use the restroom alive during the night. I mean, these are all symptoms even surprise some people. But with a young child an infant what other symptoms of pediatric sleep apnea. Mouth breathing is most common. Snore too. And you know, cute as it is to hear our babies floor. That is not something that we want to observe these kids are one fact week at tired in the morning. They just don't wanna wake up they're grumpy in the morning. Bag reading can be a huge sign. We have studies that show ADHD ADD is related to not getting enough oxygen when your sleeping. Grind their teeth at night. Like adults. Do we're trying to get extra oxygen in their daytime sleepiness easer kids that can suffer from chronic allergies. So I know in Houston. The way it is. But these are kids that never get a break. There's so much that goes into it and just comes down to these kids not getting oxygen not being able to read enough air in tragic, and you've talked about this in the past doctor Sanni a lot of these kids will get put on a medication. Are you brought up ADHD, for example? And it's not addressing the root cause which can be pediatric sleep apnea, and that's tragic because he's just I mean, it's not addressing the root causes. I said. That's right. And don't get me wrong. You know, sometimes we do that actually do need the medication a death benefit them. But I certainly find and there's enough studies out there that show is just helping these kids sleep better, breathe better. Get enough oxygen does help address this. And if I can get a child to not be on drugs that they do not need. I will take that. Everything comes with its own side effects. And if I can have a child on medication and be able to be a happy healthy child. I think my job is done. Go. Well, that's great doctor Dasani if Alicia today has a child or a grandchild, or even you know.
"withings" Discussed on Food Psych
"I feel sorry connected to the antidote withing community by here in a stylized enabling around the world. And that doesn't happen. In of the cons of places. I don't think so because I think all of the really the health and recites practitioners ole have based sort of sense of compassion in connection that is I think it's kind of growing the community exponentially. If that makes sense really love it. I love that sense of knowing that I'm not a line that is if I am having a hot dioxin rate chat to somebody in my known diet network and find undestanding and find, you know, a bit of strength and gather myself again, and I think that is just psychic John. I think that's what you will podcast is doing it's offering that since it community to so many people on some important that we came building and connecting all kinds of different people from coming at it from different into sections as well by mind, two sections, very privileged. But but I love Hege talking to people who who would not represented in enough. And I love the that's happening as well. Just idea fiction in community that's building. That's it's a stem. It we we are going to topple dot culture. It's it's time is his up. It is time. I again. No, I feel that too. I feel like it's really coming. And that's that's part of what I think the podcast has given me so much strength in that as well. Because as I've seen the numbers grow and heard from listeners from around the world and like seen people connect with each other in the Facebook group and all the stuff it's like, this is a real community. And this is it's so amazing how people resonate with this information, and these experiences that guests share on the podcast is you're on the podcasts that like, you know, someone like half a world away could be hearing that and saying like, oh my God me too. You know, and that and it gives them hope and helps them maybe take a step out of diet culture. And. Powers them to to think of another way. When I first started the podcast. I wasn't as I didn't understand all of us in the way that I do. Now, you know, I was I was just starting out as to, you know, think about treating eating disorders in my practice and sort of dipping toe into that world, and I didn't really know much about how that every size or non diet. I certainly wasn't firmly rooted in it like I am now. But like as the the feedback has come in from the podcast, and I've talked to different people and sort of felt what really resonated for me. It was like this non diet thing. Phil so much more resonant and so much more deeply true than any of the other stuff. You know, anything I learned in school or any of the approaches that I took through like other continuing education and stuff like that. Like, it just I don't know there really is something special about the non diet community. And and that includes not just practitioners. But also people who are who walking this journey themselves Leah. Yeah. It really is an awesome. Community. Yeah. I feel really blessed to be on a working and to people every day who I've been to this stop by. It just is really meaningful stuff. It's simul meaningful than a narrow approach that just ignores context and just tries to trade symptoms. I know and it's harder to you know, I think that's it's like the sort of people's desire for quick results. Sometimes gets activated and with this work. And it's like, oh, no, this is this is a much slower longer journey that we're on here of dismantling dia culture and trying to push back against this stuff in the world. And then also within ourselves like that takes a lot more than just the quick fix approach. It does. But I think if an and sometimes I mean that happens with constant I'm saying sometimes I go back into tie dye till doing doing something and understand that I understand the price. Able especially in very large bodies of a leisurely Kant at throw died Bank till they need to do something right now. They're gonna die. It's it's side difficult. So it's just it's just compassionate. It's just Bank compassionate to Lisa's way. You are and coming to say may doesn't mean you must abandon everything to do with white vica, so dot Auschwitz law..
Polish Government, Nanjing and Producer discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"A leaked list of e three nintendo games posted to four chan indicates a version of fortnight will come to the nintendo switch euro gamer says it's sources indicate that list is accurate fortnight launched on i o s in march and it's coming to android as well this summer nokia announced thursday it closed the sale of its digital health division to eric correal nokia's health division was created largely by its acquisition of withing which career founded he plans to relaunch windings by the end of the year with products focused on preventative health as usual at the same time nokia announced that chief legal officer maria barcelona will also become president of nokia technologies indicating nokia is going to focus on patents toshiba announced friday it has completed the sale of its chip unit to a consortium led by bain capital to sheba memory is the number two producer of nanjing ups as k hynix apple dell seagate and kingston are also part of that consortium dialogue semi said it expects its main customer apple to cut orders for its power management chips by thirty percent this year dialogue told investors that apple's going to source the chips from two suppliers now and finally central european bitcoin exchange bit pay has shut down operations in poland while also being invited by the polish government to participate in a national blockchain working group but pay was shut out by polish banks and announced may twentyninth it would move its headquarters from poland to malta.
"withings" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio
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"withings" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I wasn't on i was watching alan there the next best thing right cells act uh so eric heiden's going to be withing the olympic cauldron right um edit and everything's kind of really gain kicked off at five but everyone's coming down here because obviously um you know parking is so they're still suffering sooner the of be leading the torch i heard right never that earlier reconfirmed that we're going to be i will get a picture of that we're going to be i think we should be all over social media of the rest of this evening and yucky sam light and handed to air chi and doing yeah rise pre k i gotta cabinet in america wider there you go i will go to uh you know we'll go the sought attained will go like taekwong we'll see how many places we can give beat up so we have the taekwondo tan we are a wrestling tan the karate tent all near us and we could all get tossed we'll the you saw the tent says scavenger hunt and i wonder whether this do you think of i could just go over there and give them a urine sample rhonda no one day they only deal with high level athletes not right why were they want your sample because maybe a she really maybe i uh pd for golf maybe i have been beaten my daughter at chequers lately it helps me recover i uh i explained the whole why russia is not allowed to compete thing to my wife last night she did get no hugest shaw overall he 'cause i was explain like laying it out for like this is the scope of was easily like that's crazy a continuance of what happened could she's like wet what are the who these people the away our people there mike where it they're the olympic athletes from russia but there's so there he added explain there's the russian athletes governors of the olympic athletes from russia in their separate and all this kind of stuff though it was this weird or good were them into the compete it's what i want what one other thing.
"withings" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Read it or had it read to you or she asked them adaption out there in the at school as a child ebony scrooge what did he learned he learned about the spirit of christmas and that it's not all about making money than ratings right withing the nfl's all about money what if like three in the nfl scrooge i think they've not the nfl's not learned the lessons that screw it learnt what if three ghosts came to roger goodell 's a state in which to westchester and i'm just gonna stop writer this is his ghost week on the etienne packed it seems like it all right so the game yes will be the raiders six in eight their season ended without loss of the cowboys kinda put their season out of its misery if you will and now the eagles who bounced back on offense any way without carson once a defense it was a different story mark they struggled are you going to be watching that side of the ball closely are you gonna be watching this game lana i'll be watch i am extremely closely and i mean i not the defense you went into seattle you gave up 24 points he gave him thirty five the rams that's pretty much what everyone seems to do and then suddenly you have eli manning throwing for almost five hundred yards on you last week in what was aid a shoot out of nowhere 29 points given up i don't know i don't i i don't want to be overly worried about it because you've got the raiders the cowboys you probably have homefield advantage and you've got times to figure out these these issues but i do wonder what's happened to phillies defense a little bit over the last eight years if nothing not if nothing or going.
"withings" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
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"withings" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"They will young withing wild man the terrorism gave them incentive but trump gave them hope that's right yes you know how many countries have swarmed this way germany even though they elected angle a miracle hungary poland they are learning from brexit their learning from red wine brexit yeah and you know what i wanted to say i think poland's always been very strong they've always been sensible to me from what i've read about it let the nazis they're later i cannot by the communist they've kind of learn a lesson a couple times yeah they learned the hard way especially hungary as well same story all right according to the fbi but all of the race baiters of the nfl or kneeling because they believe there's police brutality according to the fbi that's not true according to a report put out by the fbi there is no epidemic of cops shooting black people that's all want a new okay well according to the report in two thousand sixteen the police fatally shot two hundred thirty three blacks the vast majority armed and dangerous according to the washington post only sixteen blackmail victims of police shootings were listed as unarmed in two thousand fifteen a police officer was eighteen point five times more likely to be killed by a black male than an unarmed black male oh was to be killed by police officer so what the fbi report is saying is the danger to of the black community from copp brutality is not the problem is the danger of cops from black community brutality cop serbia targeted it's the exact opposite of what were being told what they're oh that's basically what we believe but unfortunately to say that you're called the racist these are statistics from the fbi right well the whole narrative is a giant fraud and they're kneeling on giant fraud i mean the nfl players in england based on a false premise police killings police killings were actually at historic woes when it comes to how many people killed by the police and so there must be a different mode of what's the motor for this divide and conquer racial division idea here homeless in mental health allow its marxism well i've always been kind of a conspirator sister and i think the mode of.
"withings" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"To be a new watch your to tune in to find out what is happening so why aren't they tuning in to cnn and msnbc and they don't know how how you lose uh we slanted they are they heard it it's an experience but i think that people are withing up that they're not the it over kill the the left has gone way too far and most americans say you know what we're not going to get the real story there so we'll go to hannity the other programs on fox your will go someplace else we're not going over there you know when you think back when we started the fox news channel and we were there from day one together nobody thought we would succeed i mean we were actually laughed at the first review of hannity and colmes was alan colmes looks few nouri on sean hannity as a bad haircut and shouldn't be on television abud the of yours vernon k wrote that i don't know what he wrote about you of the tide and what i'm seeing in this does really dovetail into your book because you took a very interesting approach and killing england in that it it's the major events and battles in conflicts during the revolutionary war told from the perspective of washington and and franklin and some mothers you never painted them as as these heroes that were infallible or perfect people because none of them war and we're living in a time bill where institutions around the fire you know look look at the whole black lives matter movement look at colin kaepernick is supporting a murdering thug dictator castro he's wearing saw that depict police officers as pigs and he begins this this movement of kneeling zanik it's picked up in the entire nfl during our national anthem but they'll stand in england for god save the queen and then we.
"withings" Discussed on KTRH
"New watch your tune in to find out what is happening so why aren't they tuning in to cnn and msnbc and they don't know how how you lose uh leased land today are ah you know they heard it if i haven't experienced but i think that people are withing up that they're not the it over kill the the left has gone way too far and most americans say you know what we're not going to get the real story there so we'll go to hannity in the other programs on fox your whoa someplace else we're not going over there you know when you think back when we started the fox news channel and and we were there from day one together nobody thought we would succeed i mean we were actually laughed at the first review of hannity and colmes was alan colmes looks few norio on sean hannity as a bad haircut and shouldn't be on television a buddy of yours vernon k wrote that i don't know what he wrote about you at the time and what i'm seeing in this does really dovetail into your book because you took a very interesting approach and killing aol england in that it it's the major events and battles in conflicts during the revolutionary war told from the perspective of washington and and franklin and some mothers you never painted them as as these heroes that were infallible or perfect people because none of them war and we're living in a time bill where institutions are under fire you know look at the whole black lives matter movement look at colin kaepernick is supporting a murdering thug dictator castro he's wearing socks that depict police officers as pigs and he begins this this movement of kneeling then it gets picked up in the tire nfl during our national anthem but they'll stand in england for god save the queen and.