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Tips on buying a TV for the Super Bowl
"This is the best time of the year for me. Because it's almost time for the super bowl and my team the kansas city chiefs trying to go back to back and defeat. Tom brady and the tampa bay buccaneers to get their second straight super bowl title as washington. Football team fan. I am in misery right now because we haven't been to a super bowl since i don't know forever but anyway it's also a great time of year to shop for tv. Traditionally the days leading up to the super bowl come just behind black friday and holiday sales of the most tv purchases across the us. That's right it's. It's a good time to upgrade your tv or display and for some more insights. Were lucky enough to have our colleague ryan. Who is the managing editor for electronics. Reviewed. hey ryan thanks for being with us. Thought you might have some advice to share with shoppers. Who might be thinking about getting a new. Tv with the big game coming up this weekend. Hey guys So fun to be here. I am very upset because you're a cheese fan. And i'm a broncos fan and I am now looking down. The spiral of losses for maybe. I don't know the rest of our football lives. Because patrick mahomes is probably gonna pay for twenty years. But that's not what we're here to talk about. I suppose we should talk about it if we might even lose breath you daren't chiefs fans anyway. It is a great time to buy a tv. There are few great times in the year. But why this is such a great time to buy a tv is because there are really good deals as these new. Tv's are coming out. They are trying to get these quote unquote old. Tv's off of shelves or out of their internet stockpiles so they are wheeling and dealing. Somebody's tv's and another good thing about why now is a great time. Particularly after twenty twenty is a lot of the. Tv's in two thousand twenty some of those new features that people look for future-proof tv like two point one hdmi of variable refresh rates for gaming. So you're actually getting a lot of the complete package in a tv. That is you know has an older year date but that really doesn't matter. It's like buying a car at the end of the year. Or you know in january if you can get on the shelves. You're going to get a really good deal on it so one of the biggest questions. It always comes up when you're buying a tv is how big do you go. What advice do you give consumers who are trying to figure out the right size. Tv to buy all the advice. I usually give consumers is if you think it's probably a little too big then you are probably right on the money because i have never talked to somebody who bought you know a fifty five or sixty five inch tv And then we're really upset. About how big. The picture looks and especially now when you can't go to a movie theater. People are loving these bigger screens now. Of course there's an aesthetic. You know thing to balance here whether or not. It's just gonna look too darn big for your living room but other than that again. You're not gonna be upset by having a bigger brighter picture. That's a that's a good answer. That's what i always tell my friends and my wife. Also if you're going to buy a tv don't short out. Can i mean if you can afford. It gets to the point. How much should people spend. I've done a little research on this. And the average person spends under four hundred dollars on the tv. I would like to spend a little bit more when i buy my next one. What would you recommend people. The average person spend ryan. Well you know it really does depend on what you're looking for but again if you're looking for that big punch you don't have to spend a crazy amount of because there are so many new technologies and some really up and coming companies. A lot of people have probably heard about. Tcl's six series tv by now. If you're shopping at all it is sort of the quintessential roku tv that people love to get it. Packs a bunch of performance punch into a very nice price point however if you are looking to get something even bigger and you look into say around that lower price point around four hundred but you know maybe you can go a little bit higher you can get. Tcl's four series which is not quite as good performance wise but it is going to opera four k. It is going to offer hdr which is going to give you that brightness and a wider color gamut and it's going to pop a little bit more and you can get a seventy five inch model of that right now For instance on best buy for six hundred and thirty bucks. Six hundred thirty dollars i mean. Can you imagine we've been around a while. You imagine getting tv that size for like anything less than three grand even five years ago. I'm not. I'm not gonna do the math exactly but it's it's pretty wild. How low it's gotten. It really is incredible And you mentioned best buy. There's an unfortunately in the world. Tv buying we've lost a lot of local tv shops or audio video shops So a lot of people do their buying online. But as we're getting close to the game it seems like you may want to think about going local at this point right. Well you could. I you know i think that is a great point. It'd probably depends on how close you are to a prime shipper if you're going to do it from amazon but one thing to do and i did this recently with a different product purchase. Is you can shop on best buy and then order it to pick up in store. They'll usually do curbside avoids the pandemic issue they can. They will bring it right out to your car and slap it in the back and then you're good to go so i think that's if you're looking to stop right now right before the game. That's probably your best way to go ryan. Thanks again for being with us and for the listeners. Out there working. They find out more info on buying a tv for the super bowl. Yeah we've got Reviews on many of these. Tv's on review dot com. You can also check out our best of tv list and sliver other best of that have Show all the great deals and compare all these. You can kind of you know you. You do your shopping right from home and then hopefully get it right before the
Roku OS 9.4 Provides New Ways to Access Content and More Voice Options
"Roco. Now's a bunch of new hardware and even a new APP. The ROKU STREAM BAR is the latest in Roku of audio products These are products that you know take your dumb television with its simple speaker and give you a little better audio stream bars. Kind of a mid range one this is meant is the entry level versus the Smart Bar, which is a little more capable. The stream bar is a fourteen. Inch sound bar running roku Os capable of streaming four K and HDR content The stream bar can be paired with roka's wireless speakers and a sub Woofer from Roku if you want to add surround sound but it's got four channels to for voice front facing the two side channels to kind of give you a little bit of a room filling sound the stream bar will cost one hundred thirty dollars shipping mid October. Also at brand new top level Roku, streaming box, the ultra. Just like the old ultra but this one's got new features for instance, Dobie vision hd are for the first time I had down as WBZ. In, HD are Bluetooth support. So you can send audio from your phone or Hookup Bluetooth head Suppose first-timer Roku is at Bluetooth price staying in the box first time in the box price days of ninety, nine, ninety, nine, same as the old ultra. And both these devices the sound bar and the new ultra support airplay too. So, if you want to watch HBO Max on a Roku, you'll be able to cast it from your IOS device as one option. Roku also announced plans to bring. It's free ad supported on demand streaming roku channel to. An android, you can get it as part of the ROKU GENERAL APP, but there's going to be a standalone roku channel APP now. Where you can just watch all hundred, some streaming channels, I think they've got hundred fifteen or so channels on there.
New Fitbit Review
"Fit bid introduced its follow up to the fitbit ionic called the fitbit sense and advanced health smartwatch as the company calls it that includes an electro dermal activity or EDA sensor and electro-cardiogramme or e C G measurements plus Google assistant support. The Da Center looks for electrical changes in your skin that might indicate things like stress are you really stressed out might? Be. Able to tell you that you might know that already but it might be something that you'd like to keep you know keep reports of you place your palm over the census display you breathe while it takes measurement, and then the sense also alert you to changes in your body temperature or high or low heart rate that might indicate spikes of some kind fit also. Verse smartwatch and Inspire Fitness Tracker Lions. All of this works better if you pay fitbit premium to keep track of all your data so you get some data and if you want upgrade fifty premium than it's all. Pre orders are now open for the fitbit sense that goes for three hundred, thirty US dollars the fitbit versa three for two, hundred, thirty dollars and the fitbit inspire two for one hundred dollars all shipping in late September.
ETH - Yep I Am In
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"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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What You Need to Know About the Coronavirus
"News covered nineteen what you need to know about coronavirus I'm Lucas Univar now we're going to look at the ways authorities around the world are responding to this pandemic the trump administration's handling of the crisis has been heavily criticized the president has given confusing advice contradicting his own experts and misleading the public about timelines for testing and vaccinations morning edition's Rachel Martin spoke to three of NPR's international correspondents about how other countries are handling the coronavirus Sylvia Julie is in Rome Anthony kun is in Seoul and and Lee Fang is in Beijing Emily I'm gonna start with you because you were covering the crisis in Wuhan from the beginning can you just give us a sense now about what was the trajectory of the Chinese response to this well for the first month after that initial cases of the current affairs sure there wasn't a response there is local cover up in a delay and during that time of about five million people left the virus epicenter in like the spread it to the rest of China but then the country mobilized it did so very quickly imposed very stringent self isolation and quarantine measures and by self isolation I mean people sort of waiting densely populated areas they canceled all public events they shut down factories and offices and by quarantine measures and that the they still sealed off cities and villages completely Anthony how does what and we just say said compared to what's been happening in in South Korea while South Korea got hit right after China and because of south Korea's experience with previous epidemics they decided that rapid mass testing for the virus was going to be the key to their strategy and so they've been testing around fifteen thousand people a day S. three thousand six hundred people per million of population compared to five people per million in the US results also focus on transparency putting out daily statistics and press briefings Sylvia in Italy I mean now Italy is has replaced South Korea as the number two in the world after China when it comes to the the scope of of this pandemic what has been the Italian response drastic curbs on freedom of movement and there's been overwhelming compliance only food shops pharmacies and you stands are open people can go out but if stopped by police they must show kind of affidavit that states the purpose either work grocery shopping health or emergency police are carrying out random checks they face either three months in jail or a fine of two hundred thirty dollars the purposes social distancing keep people apart Italy's following China's lead the Wuhan model so Emily the Wuhan model hasn't worked I mean transmission has decreased there has not yeah and experts pretty much unanimously agreed that's because of social distancing it will destroy your economy as it temporarily has in China but it quickly slows the virus's spread another thing China did was it built these makeshift centers where they sent six people and sending instead of sending them home and researchers in both the US and China have now said this week that that was critical to slowing down the outbreak but this could be a measure that western democracies may be unwilling to take as for quarantine measures though sealing off the ledges and cities that's the jury's still out on the efficacy of of that because quarantines meet harder for medical medical resources to reach heart the hardest hit areas and that's probably why fatality rates in the epicenter in China are nearly four times higher than the rest of the country so Sylvia how have the measures worked in Italy what's the situation right now is there any slowing well nationwide it's too early to say it hasn't hit the peak yet the quarantine that was put in place a few weeks ago in the contagion epicenter in Lombardy eleven pounds fifty thousand people local authorities say it's working the contagion rate has dropped and that's why the quarantine was extended to all of Italy to try to prevent a spread to the south which has much weaker health systems than those of the north which were among the best in Europe but they are severely strained by this crisis now I'm Anthony South Korea chose not to take measures like we've seen in Italy or in China with these dramatic quarantines are lockdowns and yet it seems like the have still been able to to keep the crisis at bay right yeah well okay so numbers have been declining for two weeks in a row and sexualities of been at less than one percent compared to about four percent for China and six percent for Italy and you know doing this without having to log huge regions down is also a kind of effectiveness kind of accuracy was or something specifically about South Korea that made it possible for them to avoid large scale large scale quarantines well it's you know testing capacity is not just about cats it's about investment in basic healthcare infrastructure lab technicians chemicals machines logistics and if any one of those areas has a bottleneck it's going to mess things up and people are going to lose lives and it's just you know at the end of the day it's investment in in a healthcare system hospital beds you know national health insurance and this shows up in survivability for all diseases including covert nineteen and lastly Emily and Sylvia I'd love for you to talk some about how the different political systems in China and Italy have affected the coronavirus responsibly you alluded to this earlier but really how much of China's success in mitigating the spread has to do with the fact that this is this is a country frankly with a long history of human rights abuses it is an authoritarian state we've seen transparency is critical for a fast response that wasn't present in China but because China is a very centralized government one might say authoritarian it was able to mobilize quarantine measures and self social distancing very very quickly the problem is quarantines may have cost more lives than we know but we'll never know the secondary costs of people who are not able to get timely medical care and suffered from it because they were sealed into their villages or cities right and still be obviously Italy is a democracy what is been just the people's response to these kinds of drastic measures the crisis has totally turned the world upside down Italians notorious for cutting into line not very beaten to rules are become the most compliant people I've ever seen in my life and French correspondents based here sent a petition to French president Emmanuel MacColl telling him France underestimates the gravity of the epidemic and failed to prepare French public opinion they say look at Italy it's our duty to tell you there's no time to lose NPR's Sylvia patrolling Anthony kun and Emily Feng talking with rich mark fears about the impact of coronavirus have sparked a financial crisis in the markets Austin Goolsby who chaired president Barack Obama's council of economic advisers says that as the virus spreads American markets might be hit even harder than China's and here's our Shapiro asked him why if you look at the economy of the United States or of the rich countries in Europe they're much more dominated by these face to face services that are exactly the things they get pulled down whether their leisure and entertainment and sports or going to the gym or all sorts of services so if everyone stops doing that that's a bigger hit on the U. S. economy even that it was in China we went when they shut down he also said that virus economics are different from regular economics explain what you mean by that yeah by that I mean the closest thing in our in our collective memories to this moment was a financial crisis right into my house I natural crisis economics and business cycle economics is a little different than the virus in that the main thing that is paralyzing the economy is this year and withdrawal and so in a way the best thing you can do for the economy has nothing to do with the economy with virus economics and that is things like paid leave for people that are sick is actually not stimulus it's paying people not to come to work but anything that slows the rate of spread of the virus is the best kind of stimulus so if we have to get on top of this as a public health matter I think before you can effectively deal with this as an economic except if we do so the rate of the virus in this epidemic continues for weeks or months is there anyway to turn around the financial slide yes and no no in that look if there's going to be a substantial slowdown our goal is and should be allowing us the opportunity to bounce back it as this thing passes over us and that means you can't let everybody go bankrupt or starve or have these persistent lasting problems from what we hope to be a temporary shock and so do you see the crunch that we're experiencing now as an irrational panic or an appropriate response to the cancellation of big economic engines like pro sports like Broadway lever like school like the economic activity that goes on in major cities every day yeah a bit of both as we in fear the withdrawal and have social distancing to try to slow the virus there is going to be a substantial slowdown of economic activity right but I can never get out of my head from the two thousand eight crisis Paul Volcker's words over and over at that time that during a crisis the only asset you have is your credibility and as the U. S. government has not made credible statements that contributes to fear that makes it go down and we've we've got to do better we need the president to
How Apple Is Getting You To Think Less And Spend More
"The knock on apple is that it's no longer innovative and it's phones have gotten boring a year ago. The company stock was slumping and in sales in China. Were down. Well guess what since then the stock doubled and people are buying more of those boring quote unquote. IPHONES Scott. What what do you make of all this? Let me in the IPHONE. Eleven got less expensive. Compared to the ten are and I think that just became you know low more practical but I mean I think it's not just the phone is we know it's like the air pods and the watches and also like the. The lower cost apple watches things like the the series three It's all that collected stuff. So let's let's start with the iphone though. You reviewed the latest iphone and it was. It was a little cheaper. It's like fifty dollars cheaper. It's still seven hundred dollars so it's not like an impulse bye or anything like that but from your impressions. Did you think it was more polished as you think it was a little bit better. Is there something about the phone that you think really incited a lot of people. Oh to buy it. This time around I think battery life. I think that that That made an impact for people The idea the battery life would be better and get over that Hump and when reviews were showing that I think that mean camera matters but you know I always think that the changes are pretty incremental but it seems like you know this generation around things like that white angle things is like the night vision mattered but I am pretty surprising to me. I'm really surprised I was watching that. Presentation in September first revealed fielded and it seemed like a snooze to me seeing and granted. This is just one quarter. This is just one quarter and a lot can happen over the course of a year but record revenue in profits. That's exactly what we used to say about apple just basically like clockwork every single quarter. I just kept doing better and better. and was it the iphone six when they came out the blew the doors off like they absolutely crushed it so it does kind of feel like they're getting their Mojo back foreshadowing. We're on that to come right Yeah it is surprising to me too and I don't really have anything really concrete to say about that because it feels like they're continuing the same path that they're always been doing which is like these as low instead of it. Yeah incremental interesting sometimes You know more obvious sometimes more in the weeds updates each year. And we're not doing. We're not dealing affordable. We're not not doing a foldable. Doing Gene we've been on his show multiple times saying. Hey this is getting a little stale this is getting already dusty. Apparently people are pretty comfortable with what their expectation is. If anything apple is really good at giving you a product that works that you know how it is and maybe not changing it up that much. Make accents I'm frankly I am a little surprised but hey the numbers are the numbers. It's been a very practical product but it's also funny because in the last year I was thirteen in had a lot of bugs going on so twelve to thirteen. I feel like we've had the incremental updates things that have been a little wonky about it so I i. It's it's interesting because when that all shakes out you're like everything else it's okay but I do think there's going to be said for the sick the consistency in the product line. Because I look at like the five G. Steph. Okay but particularly the foldable stuff regardless of whether you WANNA buy one it's also the prices so oh hi. Sally totals so price sensitive. That like you gotta get those prices down more so particularly for apple more expensive. I don't WanNa more expensive less expensive. And there's like the talk about whether the iphone nine or the se to in the spring to go against like a pixel for a or these other more affordable phones like. That's the direction action that needs to happen for apple so like don't look I wouldn't look like up the ramp but WANNA look to like I. I totally down. Obviously from a consumer perspective. I totally agree. We have a lot to cover so. Let's keep moving The MAC and the IPAD revenue is down in both of those lines so all is not well an apple world. That's worth mentioning that. So what what are your thoughts about that you kind of feel like You know the ipad really still facing challenging times. What what do you think that they can do about that? It was a weird year for that stubble. First of all there was no IPAD new IPAD pro last year and the new IPAD. The IPAD came out. Were these iterative. Like ipad mini and then the you know now in newer version of the base IPAD and they still haven't resolved the difference between the IPADS and the rest of the MAC line which like Microsoft's done awhile ago exploring surface purpose and things like that. So we've been waiting for that apple's just taking its time with that you know some people think that's fine other people really think that's not okay. I get really annoyed at all the ways that the ipad Hi pad is not my full everyday machine. They're not to say that it can't do a lot of other things on a daily basis. But then you have to use it in connection with another divisive lying around. Yeah so you're paying a lot of money for that for an IPAD. Okay but then you know you get an ipad pro territory where you want that to do everything so I I still think that needs to be resolved and then for the X. It's like you know the keyboards the like. They had something or effect with the air a a long time ago and now they're just like all these different versions I feel like and then people have issues about one or the other and I've never liked the touch bar so I I just feel like get all needs to be kinda redesigned familiar similarly I foot touching their get rid of the touch bar so let's in the IPAD. Yeah so this this is the sweet spot especially specifically for this quarter was wearable and services when we talk about services that includes the APP Store Apple All Music Apple Pay I cloud for wearables. It looked like the bell of the ball was very specifically airports. WanNa call out. A Bernstein analysts because apple doesn't doesn't provide this information at Bernstein analyst predicted air pods generated about six billion dollars in revenue for Apple in two thousand nineteen nearly double the twenty eighteen level. I mean like are there you look at wearables a lot. Are there any other wearables that come even close to the air pods. Why do you think they're so popular? Where where where did this come from? I remember wearing them and having an awkward. Look on my face into sixteen. How far how far things have changed? I mean well. First of all they're headphones so like it's a very impractical market so there's always an interest in that stuff but it really spiked in and drove it forward But I think it starts from there because it's a lot of times you think. Well what am I gonNA do with blank. I going to use it and like you'll use headphones especially if you can slide them in your pocket easily so I think that are already like made them. I'm really functional and really interesting and they work I never pods too. I was super function resistance at airports for a long time because I had all these other headphones lying around that I got every single single time I bought a new apple phone and You know I eventually just decided to spend the what is one hundred thirty dollars for the original air pods and I use them them all the time. Now they are the really fits very basic function. This is the apple promises. Is that if you buy the product you're going to be spending more money on it but it works and you don't have to bother with all sorts of nonsense. Yeah it did a really good job of like Bluetooth stuff is annoying but it. It doesn't perfect all of it but it really smooths. WHO's over a lot of that stuff to make it the least annoying version of that right? So that's what you need to like. Pick it over plugging something plus the disappearance appearance of F.. Phone Jack Rowley. Like trying to figure out whether you want the lightning or the dangle and then you just going to get the air pilots and it connects to that and it's sort of like it's not far off from a from a really expensive battery case accessory type of thing it's upwards of that it's a hunt one sixty rain. I was surprised at how many air pods people have been you know buying the pros and have you noticed people upgrading to the pros because that would actually be seeing a lot of money in apple people in the city wearing them you know. I've seen the pros but New York City is its own stories. You know But it was like an air. pod City It really is. Yeah what does it mean to see like New Jersey commuter wearing them it's a different As a subset. But I also think like there's something about the price of that that like lines up with the price of what the IPOD used to be like It's like accessory. I always think accessory prices like what will you buy as an add on in the watch has been getting in that zone to to like apple. Watch game the one nine nine. That's like the Amazon Echo Prize. It's like the marriage not exactly but I hear what you're saying. It was like one ninety nine. It gets closer to being a useful add on useful accessory where it's not super cheap by Apple. It is less expense for like two hundred or less as the part where I go. That's a lot of money but like I could maybe spontaneously think about going for something but more for just for me but getting to more within that gets into like its own device. Its own like commitment so I maybe it's something of that like they found some some zone because the Apple Watch at like four hundred dollars ars is its own consideration like. That's a lot of money. Okay so like you creep down to like one nine eventually go to less compete with like fitbit's and others I feel like the series. 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FTC Amps Up Focus on COPPA and Content Creators
"But another controversy. That's also playing Allen. Youtube is one. That's going to roll into twenty twenty and beyond around and it all has to do with a law from the nineteen nineties intended to protect children and that law is a US law. It's called Children's online privacy Z.. Protection Act OR COPPOLA'S C. O. P. P. A.. It was again. I established as long in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and in two thousand nineteen the Federal Trade Commission can also known as the FTC brought a suit against Youtube and alleged that youtube had been illegally collecting the personal information of children without their parents. Consent the kids were watching videos on Youtube. That what they were watching was being tracked by Youtube and that this was creating a digital title fingerprint. That advertisers were using to target advertising towards those children and the children being too young to consent to this meant that the whole practice under COPPA was illegal and specifically that the company was using this quote in the form of persistent identifiers that are used used to track users across the Internet into quote so in other words. This'll be the sort of thing. Where if you were watching a bunch of videos about elephants and then you happen to navigate over to say Amazon you might see a bunch of suggestions that relate in some way to elephants and the concern was that this was going to be targeting kids and there was no way for kids to give legal consent to allow that to happen and that data has value in it and children's privacy scene security also has value to them so that was the problem? Well Youtube would settle this lawsuit out of court. They paid one hundred seventy million dollars in fines which really sounds like a lot but for Youtube. It's nothing and if that's where it all ended we would just wrap up the story and beyond with it but in in addition to the fine the company had to agree to create a system that is compliant with COPPA so this would mean that any creator who is making child directed content meaning content meant to be viewed by children would be affected by this. They would have to be COPPA compliant. They would have to make. I'm sure that they were running channel. That was not gathering information about the The children watching it that they were not building in targeted advertising That they had to self identify as being a Creator who's creating child directed content. You had to actually go into your low profile and click and say whether or not you're channel was meant for kids or not but this raises questions like what exactly is child directed and it has a lot of creators nervous right now because because there are creators who do for example in boxing videos and some of them are clearly meant for kids some of them are hosted by kids and clearly meant for kids but there others where it may not be kids it may be for people who really are into collecting toys that are from their favorite. You know franchises for example. So toyin boxing would likely be in the spotlight. Creators who use video games are likewise concerned. there are people who are using video games to tell stories. There are people use. Let's plays or play throughs. But they're not necessarily meant for kids. There's also people who are working in animation and that animation may not be meant for kids but the general perception is that cartoons are for children and they're concerned that they will be interpreted as being child directed when they don't intend to be and that they'll be affected by this. There's a lot of fear that this is going to have an effect on monetization so that people might not be able to get paid for what they're making which means they'll probably start making it. I mean you gotTa make your living They may move on to a different platform than youtube. Or they may just stop entirely Every single violation of COPPA can be fined up to a maximum of forty two thousand five hundred thirty dollars. Now keep in mind some of these channels have hundreds or thousands of videos up online so if they were identified as being child directed and that their material wasn't COPPA compliant and they could get that maximum fine for every single video. That seem to be That was on their channel so the cost could be staggering. So it's possible. ospel will see entire channels. Go dark with past videos hidden away or deleted. All Ella fear that mislabeling situation could result ZOLT and massive fines. And there's still a lot of uncertainty around this issue and we're not entirely sure how it's all going to play
Economists Say Forgiving Student Debt Would Boost Economy
"Let's come back to the United States now where presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are proposing student loan forgiveness plans warrants plan would forgive up to fifty thousand dollars for most people and Sanders would go further so suppose that happened what would suddenly freeing millions of Americans from student debt mean for the economy NPR's Chris Arnold reports an entire generation of Americans is making major life decisions differently because of student loans whether and when to buy a house the words start a family children it's not about if you wanna I'm it's about can you afford I'm Laura green would work for the state education agency in Montpelier Vermont well I make sixty three thousand dollars and thirty years old and I mean I probably a better salary than a lot of my peers but between her college and grad school agree with those ninety six thousand dollars in student loans and she says that's got her and her partner feeling kind of frozen yeah it's always were interested in having kids but just cost of living and all our other bells and then the student loans is just like the final straw so if people like green would suddenly had this mill stone of debt lifted from their necks it stands to reason that that would unleash pent up desires and spending that would be good for the economy a lot more people would probably have kids words start businesses serve by houses in the short term it's very positive for the housing market Lawrence Yun is the national association of realtors chief economist he says his group survey showed that student data is people delaying homeownership by five to seven years he's not endorsing any particular plan but he estimates that broad loan forgiveness would push up the number of home sales quite a bit home sales cook BSA three hundred thousand high your annually if people were not settle what law each student that of boost to the housing sector as well as to the economy just how much would it help the economy William foster is a vice president with moody's which just did a report on student debt forgiveness there's been some estimates that US real GDP could be boosted on average by eighty six billion two hundred and eight billion per year which is quite a bit that's if you had total loan forgiveness busters as it would have to be total forgiveness to see significant results and he says it could also help address rising income inequality student loans are not contributing to what's perceived as lower economic prospects for younger Americans after all all those millions of people are delaying homeownership and that's the most powerful way for most working and middle class people to build wealth Lawrence you a typical homeowner I has net worth about two hundred thirty dollars and while typical renter has only five thousand but well the idea of loan forgiveness is popular among voters it would not be free and this is a big reason that plenty of politicians and policy experts are not on board this would be expensive foster says Americans owe a lot of money on those student loans about one point five trillion and that's more than auto loans and credit cards they're the second biggest that item for households busters as most of these laws are from the federal government and it could forgive them but that would mean giving up the eighty five billion dollars in annual revenue that it's currently collecting on these loans and that would result in a wider fiscal deficit also taxing people to make up the difference would be a drag on the economy and there are other issues of many people would oppose a give away to say lawyers and doctors who stand to make a lot of money later but happen to have a lot of student loan debt also you would want to tax the working class to pay for higher income college graduates loan forgiveness that's why presidential candidates are proposing to tax the wealthy to pay for it add a foster says there could be what's called a moral hazard factor here for future students those students might expect future loan forgiveness and therefore the take out even more money than they might have otherwise and that could create even greater levels of student debt so it plenty of potential pitfalls but policy makers who are pushing for a loan forgiveness say that they have plans to make it both fair and good for the economy and to do it in a way to make education more affordable for future students so they wouldn't have to take on so much debt Chris Arnold and
Google Stadia Launch Review
"Reviews Google. Stadia are out one day before it launches for founders on Tuesday November nineteenth and the consensus is works better than expected but still not quite good. Enough there's some noticeable lag which is not a problem in slow paced games but may or may not cause issues on shooters just depending on how. Oh sensitive you are to it. Ars Technica Kyle. Orleans said it worked fine on Ethernet for him but was inconsistent to the point of aggravation on on his wife anyway. most Oh said it kind of feels like a Beta Verges Sean. Hollister said it felt more reliable than similar services. He's tested but does not compare to a high end console or PC DC and and gadgets. Jessica Condit said I wouldn't play any of these titles competitively on stadia but the services find enough for a relaxing evening. If you don't remember. Google Stadia has upped it. They added some games. So they're gonNA have twenty two games at launch for one hundred thirty dollars plus ten dollars a month plus twenty to sixty dollars per the game. It's interesting the the whole sort of like okay. It's not snappy enough for competitive gaming but it's totally fine and for a fun relaxing evening. Who are the people who want one and not the other Yeah it's very of course I mean mobile gamers I guess sure. Yeah I mean I would probably be one of those people who's like I don't i. Don't care about the snapping -sarily if I've got like three games that I like and I wanNA play a lot but just I wonder what you know. WHO's going to be diverted from from from getting Google stadium knowing it's a little bit sluggish? Yeah well even if it doesn't actually apply to them it's kind of interesting because it will diverge personal me like I. I actually do game and and that Noel Second Response Response Time is important. But I don't know if you remember but I was on when stadium was announced and we we had talked about one point and I'm like Joe Streaming Guy it's been doing doing screening for years and I was amazed I was for the Beta was amazing because there's just a few people on it but I was amazed by the sort of overall. Let's just go out there and do it attitude stadium. It's hard like that stuff is hard and in and user managing user complaints when users really don't understand like how streaming is affected by all the various the pieces between the server and your game controller. They were. They're taking a huge gamble Microsoft by lake coming forward. So it's it's it's going to be kind of interesting. This is the same crowd. Yeah that was like complaining about that season. Game of thrones being too dark. It's like well. I I think to answer your question Sarah Anybody who games on an older other xbox or playstation especially if the playstation three or xbox three sixty which there still are some people will be fine with this that. I got a peek at it this weekend and my feeling was for me. It's fine like I'm not a competitive gamer. I'm not really attuned to the leg. So those of you who are competitive or think you you know your competitive are going to notice it. I imagine most people aren't what's a bigger problem is what ours tecnicas Kyle. Orland pointed out. And that's to your point rob rob which is there something in his Wifi that caused issues that he didn't see an Ethernet and a lot of people are GonNa say this doesn't work. It's your fault. Even though it may be the router setting or their equipment or something else on their network slowing it down because there are so many variables there. Yeah Yeah. It's I think eventually chilly. They're going to work this out. I mean this is the same problem net flicks at very very early on. That's true stuttering and all this stuff so so getting those. CDN CDN's in place and they've got the got the bucks to do it. So
Half of young people think high school is enough for a good job
"The young adults say a high school diploma is enough to succeed a new Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research survey of teens and young adults finds many young Americans consider a high school diploma to be enough for success in the survey about half of Americans ages thirteen through twenty nine say with a high school education they have the skills they need to get a good job but according to the U. S. bureau of labor statistics in twenty eighteen workers with only a high school diploma had median earnings of seven hundred thirty dollars a week by comparison workers with a bachelor's degree earned twelve hundred
AP-NORC poll: Many say high school diploma enough to succeed
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting a new poll finds many young adults say a high school diploma is enough to succeed a new Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research survey of teens and young adults finds many young Americans consider a high school diploma to be enough for success in the survey about half of Americans ages thirteen through twenty nine say with a high school education they have the skills they need to get a good job but according to the U. S. bureau of labor statistics in twenty eighteen workers with only a high school diploma had median earnings of seven hundred thirty dollars a week by comparison workers with a bachelor's degree earned twelve hundred dollars a week
AirPods Pro Hands-On Review
"Odds yay air pods on monday apple announced the new air pods pro there should be a hit because regardless of how you personally might feel about air pods the pods i managed to get a loaner pair of air pods yesterday as part of our i to answer them right now i will say that these are what the first airports should have been what your buds should be an how others have approached ear buds with soft clunky and feel like they have an awkwardly long stick relative to these the things so that it can lock you into its ecosystem so now when you go to the control center on your iphone connected air pods right from there and if you long press on that volume bar it you can't over bluetooth but then you're not using the super special custom chip called the h. one better with your apple stuff interesting oreo what are your thoughts on these new air pods pro oh dear listeners i will do my best to describe to you what these look like so it was killed on audio yeah time little silicone tips because comfy not so comfy to have hard plastic very comfy and then there's a little vent which is supposed to equalize the pressure sure but they do look different and they've also been packed despite being a little bit smaller there's a new chip inside they still like apple products like it's about four and a half hours so it's four and a half hours if you are planning on using the noise cancelling you're so if you don't use that you can expect to get about five hours per on this and said like you can find something totally wire free earbud right now that's gets you you are apple devotees they want the thing that looks like apple they want the thing that works with their apple devices how do they stack up compared to other other options on the market well oh are just a little bit beyond competitive with the other wire free headphones that are out there because these have as learn mentioned active noise annoys canceling to do its job and you mentioned lowering that you were pretty stick of the pod on the stem so what they're doing is they're blocking then that means that the noise cancelling adjusts incense more anti-noise interior yes i thought we'd pretty well so that's a mechanism it's usually called hybrid and see career noise cancelling headphones like bows or master and dynamic or something like that which will probably now that everybody loves is the sony w. f. hyphen one thousand x those are two hundred and thirty dollars the sony's that everybody loves those are twenty dollars cheaper than the apple airports so the air pods per we're kind of in the middle there bos has some new ones coming out then there's the big one though is the amazon echo buds noise cancelling on them those are one hundred thirty dollars okay but are they any good like when i the amazon did partner with bows these though yeah they said that it partnering with bose but in like the most hands off way possible rashly licensing they've been getting pretty good reviews are audio revere parker hall is going to be testing for a little bit extra on top of what you already get from the isolation of having things plugged machines the amazon echo buds alexa machines one thing that you do perhaps a little less harsh jarring than it has in the past which is kind eating but i don't think because i mean alexis not working over your cellular well i have a question for the room our air pods still the worst you know it's not the worst thing ever lots of people like them i think they're sort of a symbol of someone wearing air pods and wearing all birds and like maybe having a beanie and like a author great people love them do you agree lauren no i think you're totally right and that it is i mean it's a it's a very real aesthetic that is exists in the world that we cover presumably his mom driving the car and just was heads down in his phone with air pods car and then i realized i did the same thing when i was a teenager as like staying the car with representative of something greater but at the end of the day they're they're headphones headphones yeah wealth necessarily more so than just a smartphone any pair of wireless headphones signals wealth so what happens if you lose one oh you have to make a missed connection on wayne to start looking more at repairability in how they construct these air pods going daybreak or your battery dies as it will eventually because it's a lithium ion battery that runs charges dude you just can't get it fixed so that's bothersome when you consider
I just cut the cord, finally!
"Hiring isn't easy but there is one place you can go where hiring is simple in smart that place is ziprecruiter where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates candidates try it for free at Ziprecruiter. Dot Com Slash Tech Talk Ziprecruiter. The smartest way to hire consumer reports recently outlined wind what most of us already knew that the fees being charged by cable companies are one rate in the adds another on the final bill you know it's similar to many travel aval websites which advertise come on nightly roommate but then. Ding you later with hidden resort fees and taxes so when I wrote an article about it this week for USA Today Day I asked Jonathan Schwab as the senior policy counsel for consumer reports what we could do about those fees and he told me there was only one option cut the cord and the fees would go away. I have some words of advice as well. Check your cable bill right now because when I took a look doc my bill was a steady in reasonable one hundred eight dollars and ninety one cents monthly until this month when it jumped to da Da da a hundred hundred and fifty four dollars a whopping five hundred and fifty two dollar yearly increase frontier communications my Los Angeles provider jacked up the Combo Internet. TV Rate from seventy five to ninety stopped offering HBO for Free Which Ballooned Up to twenty dollars and threw in a nice broadcast TV of twelve bucks to watch local channels and taxes went up to really when I called frontier complain they pretty much refused to budge saying that I had a promo rate that no longer was valid so basically I two choices cancel service altogether and re sign up under my wife's name which would now oh get me to a promotional one hundred thirty dollars monthly for what we had or disconnect altogether so I picked up a fifty dollar. You're watching your Internet service rate from frontiers. La rival spectrum and I have a router arriving hopefully today fees spectrum itself is notorious for digging us with extras like the ten dollar self installation fee they are charging me to plug in a router and to call them confirm that I indeed have service. The alternative is fifty dollars to have a technician. Come to the house and do the work and for cable subscribers. It's good to know that they do that. Twelve dollar monthly broadcast as well and it's growing at thirteen dollars and fifty cents monthly later this month I signed up for the one year plan so hopefully I got fifty dollars a month for that one year. I'll also be adding youtube. TV The Cable Alternative Service to replace the cable channels this this is fifty dollars monthly which is pretty hefty but the wife will kill me if I can't get her news channels and PBS which is coming to YouTube td later this year so so in the end. I'm going to be paying one hundred dollars monthly instead of one hundred and eight dollars monthly which really isn't much of a savings at all but I'm not about to give frontier the satisfaction this faction of nearly six hundred dollars hard in dollars every year for no good reason read your cable bills everybody cutting the cord fans no. I could've skipped up YouTube TV or slaying or playstation Vue or who live TV and just bought an antenna the pickup local channels in really saved but if you're a fan of cable able channels like FX AMC HGTV CNN ESPN and on and on you got to pay the Piper with one of the cable TV alternative services I I could live without them and just watch regular Youtube Netflix Amazon and be the happiest guy in town but I live alone. What do you think listeners. Have you looked at your bill lately. Please tell me what you're finding out there because I'd love to hear from you. Look for me on twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio and I'll I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech hiring can be a slow process cafe tour. Coo Jio Dylan Moskowitz needed to hire a director of coffee for his organic coffee company but was having trouble finding qualified applicants so he switched to Ziprecruiter Ziprecruiter's technology analogy finds people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job. Dylan posted his job on Ziprecruiter and was impressed by how quickly he had qualified candidates apply apply and in just a few days. He found his new director of coffee with results like that. It's no wonder four out of five employers who post on Ziprecruiter get a qualified right candidate within the first day see why Ziprecruiter is effective for businesses of all sizes trust Ziprecruiter for free at our web address ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk that Ziprecruiter Dot Com Slash T. E. C. H. T. A. L. K. ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire.
Amazon Announced New Alexa Enabled Gadgets At It’s Annual Hardware Event
"From ear buds to Ovens Amazon announced a bunch of new Alexa enabled gadgets at its its annual hardware event so here are a few of the highlights. Let's start with the headphones. CNBC says there called Echo Buds and pretty similar to apple's air pods there wireless and the Voice Assistant Alexa is built into them. You can talk to Alexa without pulling out your phone or smart speaker. The ear buds cost about one hundred thirty dollars. Amazon also announced a new wireless technology Angie called Sidewalk Tech Crunch says it uses wireless signals to let users control their home devices up to a mile away. The first product that uses sidewalk is trackable dog tag and then there's the smart oven which looks sort of like a microwave it can bake an air fry food and users can use the Alexa app to tell the oven when to start cooking also Amazon made Alexa friendly glasses a smart lamp for kids and a small
Review: Google Nest Hub Max
"Talking Tech is brought to you by Wicks Dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's W I X DOT COM in. Stay tuned after the show to here. Are you can take advantage of. Wick special offer for talking tech listeners so you're ago. I was really impressed with a new your product called the Google home hub. I even called it one of the top ten tech products for two thousand eighteen with one caveat. I wished it could be bigger little seven inch screen that was absolutely beautiful for a digital photo frame and a youtube viewer now. There's a new version with a ten inch screen. It looks prettier and it's almost twice as much. It's two hundred thirty dollars versus one hundred and thirty dollars from a year ago. The new name for the product is called the nest hub. Max and that's because Google wants to keep everything into the nest family the basic just as the same it is a connected video speaker. It's Google home with video and that's cool. I mean my pictures looked great on it. They look way better. It's only three inches bigger but it's almost like night and day. The only snag is is a lot more expensive stacked up against the Amazon Echo show which also has the tendency viewer. The echo show is not as spotty as Goule is when it comes to connected Video Speaker Alexa has its act together. Google after three years is still trying to get there now. The simple things like what time is it. What's the weather what's playing at the local movie. How close is a pizza restaurant. All Things Google does pretty well but the things that should also be easy easy like specifically asking for a youtube clip. That can be tough infect. Don't take my word for it. Let's give it a try right now. Hey Google play last night's monologue by Stephen Colbert all right Friday by Jimmy Fallon playing on Youtube Music Stop. Hey Google play Stephen Colbert's monologue being Stephen Colbert monologue on Youtube. It's after the house judiciary committee her test Google. Stop aw so as you can see. It's all in the way you ask. Maybe hey google play Jimmy Kimmel's monologue. Here's what I found on Youtube. Hey Hey Google play the first selection. It just showed me a visual. Here's a youtube music playlist called countries class of two thousand eighteen. Hey Google you will know hey google play Jimmy Kimmel monologue alright playing Jimmy Kimmel monologue on Youtube. They did corey the senator chance the rapper. That's not a monologue. That's an interview with presidential candidate. Cory Booker and these things can keep you busy forever ever so two hundred thirty dollars. You've got to really work on your commands to Google. Somewhere in. There is the right one. I love looking at my photos on attendance and in screen and I like watching youtube but hey google. You're driving me crazy. I'm Jefferson Graham. I'd love to hear from you. Look on twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech subscriber to show where ever you listen to online audio and we got you tomorrow with another quick it from the world of Tech Talking Tech is supported by wicks dot com if you're ready to build your own website. There's no better place to get started than wicks dot com whether you're promoting promoting your business showcasing your work opening your store or starting a blog. Anyone can create a professional website with wicks. You have the freedom to start a site from scratch scratch or choose. A designer made template than customize it to suit your needs and you need to get online fast. Just answer a few simple questions and wicks will instantly build a personalized website just for you complete with design images and text choose. Your style changed the layout and add any features. You need like an online store or booking MM system. Now's the time to tell your story wicks. Dot Com can help get started today and build a website. You'll be proud of and if you go to Wicks DOT COM and use the coupon coupon code talking. You'll get ten percent off when you're ready to go premium. That's Wicks DOT com code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
Facebook unveils new Portal video chat, TV streaming devices
"Let's talk now about can ask first why you were in San Francisco what was going on up there this week so what when your tech reporter yet these weird things were companies like Hey we're Facebook so we'd love for you to come up here and take a look at something but we can't tell you what that thing is until you come up here and what do you do. I so we go to this house in San Francisco yesterday and when I started seeing my tech friend shot from big publications then I knew okay good I'm not the only one here I'm not the only person I thought this might be cool but we went in sight unseen and sure enough they unveiled a whole bunch of new gadgets for the home called Facebook portal which they've had before but they went back to the drawing board because one Facebook portal first came out these devices that let you video chats like a smart screen and nobody like them because they had cameras and microphones and cameras and microphones in your house from Facebook no don't necessarily go together no people don't trust I think the bottom line is no matter what Facebook does until it does something absolutely miraculous that goes without a shadow of a doubt that they're not spying on us or they're not get rid of our information or anything like that it's gonna be very hard for them to convince us a camera and a microphone in our house is a good way to go right I mean connecting six billion people in the world that wasn't good enough come on face I gotta do better than that exactly okay socks but the reality is they definitely took the feedback to heart and these new devices have a lot more privacy controls built and so number one there's three devices there's they look like picture frames to them my favorite is the one that sits on top your TV it looks like that Xbox Kinect sensor and it's got a camera on the top and yes I know it's scary to have a camera microphone from Facebook but there are lenses and little shop shutters that you can physically shop on every single one of these so you can always slide to turn off the microphone and the camera lens and you'll physically see that it's off so that's number one number two when you're sitting there and for this camera it's actually quite amazing so if you've ever tried to video chat with folks which I'm sure you have Jennifer on your face time yeah it's shaky yeah you're moving around your arm gets tired it's you want to get off the call as quick as possible because it's just not a natural thing to do with this you are sitting on the couch the camera follows you around the room. zooms in if it picks the people in the room we can say which one you want to focus on or all of you the sound is amazing they really have done a great job of making it feel like the person on the other end is right there with you well and I like it too because it with my stupid little T. rex arms it's like you can't you know it I feel like I can't get the whole picture of the room and and sometimes I'm like Hey mom look at this picture that I got and then she's like wait where is that non shooting the ceiling and I'm shooting whatever it is so actually I'm watching your video that you've got it right now at ridge tomorrow on Twitter and that the the cameras and everything are actually fascinating I I think that these are great they're wide angle camera work with the cinematographer alley would to actually make it so it can zoom in on you and kind of make it it's it doesn't it's not jarring so it's not like this crazy zoom in it dissolves between shots you can have multiple people in the room so I mean everyone has a Facebook messenger account everyone and their also incorporating what sap which means that's the rest of the world that uses what sap so no matter what chances are you can contact someone in this I I really want to get one of these for my family I actually was thinking for Christmas maybe every single person in the family gets one because I could not imagine having a big group chat on the TV screen with my kids and all my you know you had a million siblings yeah I've got a lot of things and my parents and it's just it's just it's more natural to sit in front of the TV and video chat so these are gonna come out late October and early November. RT at one hundred thirty dollars up to one eighty it's gonna take a little leap of faith I think for yeah I spoke in people to accept these in their homes but look we've got gadgets from Amazon we've got gadgets from apple and also for Google in our homes at this point with microphones and speakers and cameras and all that good stuff so this is Facebook version of it yeah why not in a hundred and thirty Bucks a hundred eighty Bucks that I feel like is actually a very good Christmas present E.
Amazon launches smaller Echo Show device for $90
"Amazon today unveiled a new echo device with a display that offers some of the features of the two hundred thirty dollars second-generation echo show, but that will cost about sixty percent less. The tech giant hope. The echo show, five to be priced at eighty nine ninety nine we'll push people to try out, one of Amazon's echo products with a screen since it's cheaper than the two other eco products with displays the echo show, five available on June
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"They use telemedicine it makes it really convenient. And I just love the fact that they are making birth control more accessible. So we're going to chat with her at the end of the show. But first, Sarah, hi doing. Hello, everyone, how's it going? He will Sarah catch us up. How's your son going this week? Oh my gosh. I finally did something that I have been wanting to do four ever for years. Finally pulled the trigger. I decided to get. Her hair removal on my legs. Oh, that feels fancy. Oh, yeah. You know, I did my. Underarms keeney. Yeah, I think about ten years ago, and it was the best money I ever spent. And I tell that to people all the time we've talked about it in the selfie Facebook community, like is at worth it. For me since I have, you know, light colored skin and really dark hair, Ryan, like an ideal candidate. You are I, yeah, I don't know why it took me so long because over the past ten years, the lasers of improved so much in the price has decreased when you can go on groupon. And find these packages for really inexpensive. So I ended up finding a package. So to do your legs. They consider it, like it's the extra large such session, and it's six sessions for an extra large area, which is basically a half of your legs. So it's from my knees down to my ankles. I don't have a lot of hair on my thighs. For whatever reason I never gave up past I get the top of my knees. Exactly me too. And it was on a groupon for I think it was like four hundred thirty dollars. And then it just so happened, that day groupon was doing some sort of discount on local treatments which was twenty percent off. Wow. I. Ended up getting it for for I think three hundred sixty three hundred seventy dollars which to me is I mean that's how much I will pay for razors and shaving cream and all the stuff I use for the for like, oh I mean like that stuff. I mean I pay that much in, like two years razors are expensive. So I went in for my first treatment earlier this week. It was so easy. It doesn't even hurt. It took I think it took seven minutes to do both of my legs. Oh, I mean, it was I couldn't believe it. I'm like this, why it feels like the mildest the mildest of pinpricks never once was, I even like ooh immediate it just talking to this. Yeah. You did your bikini. Did that hurt a little bit at a means? I wanna Kini and I thought I was going to die, right? It I mean, the Keeney area, obviously is a lot more sensitive than the legs your, you know, exposed to air all the time. And you know, get tan, and everything that I mean this did not even hurt at all. And she basically just takes that little laser in design, kind of stamps, it across and follows a grid on my leg. If I'm lucky enough, like I was with my underarms bikini by the third session, my hair already gone. And she said that usually legs respond the best. So I'm just so happy because I have I don't know exactly what this is that I have on my legs. It's, it's almost like growers. It's like Rovers but on your leg. I get kind of these red bumps on my legs. Yes..
Weekend wrap--Facebook breakup and Google I/O
"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Hey, it's Jefferson Graham with USA. I am that for my Spain and Portugal holiday. And here we go again with another weekend wrap up on talking tech two-goal held its big I o conference for app developers. This week announcing new low cost phones in a rebranding of Google home products. But the search giant didn't dominate the week's headlines ride hailing company. Uber went public on Friday and got its share of chatter while Amazon founder Jeff Bezos made a detailed pitch for flying astronauts to the moon by twenty twenty four. Now, those stories were big, but the internet blew up this week talking about Facebook at a co-founders thoughtful heartfelt plead a US regulators to break up the company that Chris Hughes and Mark Zuckerberg to- founded in a Harvard dorm room Hughes pen the piece for the New York Times. And then did the talk show circuit saying that zuckerberg's a good kind person? But the focus on growth led. Him to quote, sacrifice security and civility for clicks, unquote. Meanwhile, Google looked to address consumer burn out over super expensive smartphones with a new pixel phone for three hundred ninety nine dollars. It's not waterproof and doesn't offer wireless charging. But then it doesn't cost a grand either. Google also lent some confusion to its Alexa, rival the Google home line. Remember that Google home hub that I love when it was released last year. It's now called the nest home hub because well Google owns nest which makes several home automation products and wanted to beef up the nest name a larger addition selling for two hundred thirty dollars that nest home hub max will be released in the summer. It will also feature a video camera. That follows users around the home similar to Facebook's portal device that is your weekend. Talking tech news wrap up I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. Thanks for indulging with me while I was on. Holiday in Spain and Portugal. Thanks to all my guest host. If you have any feedback on today's show, you can find me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, please subscribe to talking tech where every listen to online audio and I'll be back at you tomorrow with another quick hit from the world attack. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them. And hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech, talk with their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job. And actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five and players who post on the site. Get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E C H T A L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to. Higher.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Three hundred thirty dollar ipad. And then if you wanna type something you gotta find like a bluetooth keyboard or like, I just want. I want that. Keyboard connector, I want to be able to have a keyboard. If I want it and in order to get there, you'd have to spend three to four hundred dollars more just a ridiculous choice. You either have to get a bluetooth keyboard or you have to spend like three to four hundred dollars more. And now you're looking at the base ipad. And you're like what if I want just a little bit nicer one. It's sitting right there. It's like one hundred hundred fifty bucks more. And there you go. I think they're going to sell a ton of these maybe not a ton on like the grand scale of consumer electronics because we know that I had sales aren't as gangbusters as they once were. But I think that a lot of people who would otherwise. Bought the cheap, ipad and been kind of bummed a little bit. And they weren't sure why. But they knew the keyboard thing was there will buy the more expensive ipad and be super happy. So apple told me that the three hundred I've had is by far the best selling ipad, which is superintendent to me make sense cheapest one what is most interesting to me is the amount of people who are currently cross shopping. The old ten point five inch air with the new or the old ten point five inch ipad pro with the new ten point five inch air. They're the same. I mean, they're so close to being the people will come at me about the processor. But I don't care man through the same thing the box that apple gave us to review the key for the keyboard was the ipad pro keyboard says I've had pro keyboard on the box. Like, it's just like I use the ten point five bought the ten point five pro. And it was it's been my ipad. So I'm trying to review the ipad air, and it's actually really difficult because it's just my ipad. It feels exactly the same. It's I mean, it's to find. That's and that's kind of like the part spin idea. Again, they took a ten point five inch ipad air, they took out two speakers. The gave it a slightly worse display mill promotion, and they added nature twelve instead of any tax. I think the experts say twelve is like kind of a wash like. Probably. Yeah. But like the move they made with the MAC book air was they took him back book pro and they took out a bunch of stuff and replaced them soft and put some less expensive parts in it. And then they gave it a wedge because people like the wet same great keyboard though, like just looking around tons of places. Best buy what have you or selling the old ten point five inch pro for four ninety nine? If you if you're like the ipad air at four ninety nine thing, I'm gonna you should just by pro. I'm telling you right now..
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on KOMO
"Compete with other central employers for talented. We can say, hey, how about New York or hey, how about Washington DC? In addition to hey, how about Seattle because are three great cities. As for the newly announced operation center of excellence in Nashville Kearney says Amazon was impressed by nationals HQ to 'Presentation five thousand employees over two hundred and thirty million dollar investment, the largest investment in history of Tennessee. If you can believe it, so we're very excited about that. Bill O'neil. Komo news coming to a one of the Seattle area's biggest companies come as Ryan Harris talk with one of our money experts who says this one hits right in the corporate heart internal memos from Starbucks CEO, Kevin Johnson obtained by KOMO news say the coffee giant will cut three hundred fifty of its partners. It's name for employees at headquarters investment advisor. Dawn McDonald with vestry says this is different than if Starbucks laid off baristas at stores because he says, we're. Talking a lot of middle management who might be fat right for the trimming John says, this is often what happens after a corporation grows at staff as the economy grows. Earnings growth is slowing. They start to think about where the dead weight might be. Where can we cut some costs and not impact the bottom line in a substantial way? Starbucks is already started tightening up its analysts to respond more quickly to the whims of its customers. And it's changing its digital marketing team products that you think you're more likely to want Ryan Harris, KOMO news. King County council members have unanimously passed an eleven point seven million dollar budget, the council six Democrats in three Republicans came to an agreement over this budget that will spend two years council member Jeanne Kohl, well, so she didn't agree with every single line item. But ultimately, this was a fear process. And we were able to include the top priorities for all of our colleagues. Switch who represent all of our districts series money in the budget to bring back the sheriff's gang task force in two hundred thirty. Dollars to combat homelessness. The county executive says he'll sign it win the budget reaches his desk. Charlie Harger, KOMO news over the next few months. Drivers.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"One hundred thirty dollars. First of all garment. They tried to make it sound like they invented the word. Pulse ox in their press release. It's a common term in medical. We actually, I am familiar with it just recently because we had chocolate Tournus on detino slabs and he talked about having pulse ox readings from third party. So so garment don't don't pretend you invent words that. But that's the idea of this, though. Yeah, I the idea that it would say, like, dude, you don't have enough energy, just just chills, just relax something. I probably need someone if not a device to say to me. The thing that always kinda crosses my mind about that though is like, I'm usually pretty aware when I sleep early. Well, I mean. For example, last night I woke up and I was like, didn't sleep well, but I didn't really know the details of why didn't sleep. So having those stats. It depends on how good or bad of asleep you are or how much you feel like stress might be, you know, boosting your heart rate's, you know, or or the alternative throughout the day. Even if it doesn't necessarily point to something specific like, oh, you've got this ailment and you can fix it and you're going to sleep better having more data on sleep patterns as you know as somebody who's at least begin for the people who don't sleep. Overnight. Overall, I love this even if I don't know exactly how to fix it. I, I love having this kind of data, and I've I've had smartwatch is in the past that attempted to do this or even a an iphone that supposedly was using sonar to see what I was moving around to get a sense of, you know, when when my deep sleep versus my run sleep was happening, and I never really understood if that was all that accurate or not, but it's still really interesting, especially when the ultimate goals to be a stress free and as well rested as poverty. Yeah, because the the key here is, I mean, millions of these truckers have done sleep tracking before that's not new. It's saying, we're going to conclude that with your heart rate, your activity levels and figure out like, hey, you're too stressed. You need to rest. I absolutely know what I had a bad night's sleep, but I'll still barrel through the day and be like, well, you just gotta do it. And. This was able to say like, hey, if you take an hour and just rest right now, it's going to pay off. You don't have the energy to do what you're doing right now. Don't go for that. Horon. Don't lift those boxes or whatever. I mean, I imagine if it told me not to do the show, I'd ignore it, but. Stress. Get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes, be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines dot com. Well, Erin, just published a feature. We mentioned at the top of the show that looks at the tech national parks are using to keep visitors and poachers from stealing resources. A lot of interesting stuff. Inhere, Aaron, where do you wanna start. That's therapy cacti. Yeah. So it's like tagging the dog, but for a cactus. Exactly. Yeah. So about eight years ago, Rangers swallow national park outside Tucson had come across this trailer that was packed with Suara cacti. This has been a non going problem for them. If you haven't seen him swallowing like that. Connick no cowboy cacti ends their prize landscape items. They can go for about one hundred dollars foot in. So it kind of depends. But of, you know, unscrupulous landscaping company can, for example, pocket. The money you pay them in. Just go did went up for free. So the park has been trying to figure out how to curb that problem. This is because these these cactuses are so valuable that I guess there dwells can can make a lot of money selling them to gardeners. But what I got from your story as it relies on the garden shops on the on the nurseries to enforce this, the to to do the scanning and then say, well, hold on, Where'd you get this? It has a has a tracker in it. I wonder how many that would buy from these people in the first place would be willing to do that. I think for for them part of their messaging is this, this is a deterrent and the Rangers want this idea out there like, do you want to be one who digs up a cacti?.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Paying one hundred thirty dollars thousand dollars helped him get elected so i think that's going to go out there looking not and this is why giuliani get got out in front of it right like giuliani got out right away in front of this paying some stormy daniels woman one hundred thirty thousand i mean which is going to turn out to be perfectly legal that money was not campaign money sorry i'm giving you a fact now that you don't know it's not campaign money so putting that out there paying her one hundred thirty thousand dollars throwing all of this stuff getting everything in front out there for the world to see it's going to take away from the amunition that moeller thought he might have had in a way that he was hoping to catch him not so much in collusion by the sounds of it but some sort of way of him trying to cover up something and so by now announcing all this getting out in front of this being really the one who is just just pushing all of the stories it takes all of that sting away because you know of courting to abc's chief white house correspondent the tactics between thai cop who was the person who was representing the trump and now giuliani those tactics are now changing by spoke to tie cobb right before the news of his nouncement announced departure and right after tuykov was the person on the president's legal team that was preaching cooperation with the special counsel he was even saying nice things about a rosenstein to me yesterday that is now over it is essentially war now between the president's legal team and the special counsel world to see they're going to be transparent as possible so there's nothing to hide and when there's nothing to hide.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"This from the very beginning i wasn't i knew how much money donald trump put campaign i said one hundred thirty thousand it can do a couple of checks for one hundred thirty dollars when i heard this is this is where it gets sloppy because what he's saying here is in precise what he's saying here is not really relevant how much money the president has put in a campaign it's a different pull the money you can't use campaign funds for quote unquote hush money and notice hush money hush money so every nondisclosure act i guess fobs hush money then it's a contract stormy daniels signed a contract she received a payment later she hired a lawyer and decided well i don't think the contract is legitimate that's the essentials it's not an in kind contribution i'm so sick of the insanity and the absurdity that is being spewed but this bit of imprecise language was not particularly helpful go ahead retainer of thirty five thousand when he was doing no work for the president that's how it was repaying that's how we do you might say oh my god you can't pay for doing no of course you can he's paying the lawyer if i'm falling giuliani to pay down the payment that he made coen's not ensnared in anything i don't care if they bring charges against moore whatever they're wrong he was not ensnared in anything and trump wasn't ensnared in anything so it's not a murder suicide oh these clever fortune cookie lines he's got you know they write them down so when the tv cameras i got a line right any lines down i may take a few notes saying make sure you touch on this this this because i think it's important to present this the american people they may not know but i don't quote right down one liners either.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"This decision was made by everybody everybody was nervous about this from the very beginning i wasn't i knew how much money donald trump put into that campaign i said one hundred thirty thousand he can do a couple of checks hundred thirty dollars all right all right so what does it big even here even sean hannity i your oven hear sean sound surprised on his own show and he's like oh oh he paid it back he paid it back tell me more do you know the president didn't know about this i believe that he didn't know about the specifics of it as far as i know but he did know about the general range of the michael would take care of things like this i take care of things like this for my client i don't burn them with every single thing that comes along these are busy people i was talking about two hundred thirty thousand dollars payment settlement payment which is a very regular thing for lawyers to do the question there was only possible violation there would be was it a campaign finance violation but usually results in a fine by the way not this big storm troopers coming in and breaking down his apartment and breaking his office that was money that was paid by by his lawyer the way i would do out of his law firm funds or whatever finds doesn't matter president reimbursed at now this is simple this is either i mean pretty black and white guy here this is either a big deal to your it's not maybe it is maybe it isn't i suspect if it's a big deal to you it's because you're rooting for president trump to fail big deal to you you probably figure.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"Go by an eighty two thousand five from audio technica and you will send a thousand times better that's what brian uses on the show every week cost less than a blue yeti by the way by half and you'll sound great so that's why i hate blue but don't you think but i i get what you're coming from don't you think that the that the blue yetis are a step up from using their ear buds well yes but a blue yet he's gonna cost you one hundred thirty dollars right a blue snowballs gonna cost you fifty dollars for five bucks in a blue snowball i did a show last week for the jordan harbinger show where the guest had a blue snowball we could hear his girlfriend typing twenty feet away and she had to leave the room i'm not kidding yeah i run into yeah and to fix it i have to use a thousand dollar piece of software is atop rx pro advanced to to fix the audio so it sounds like he's good and then manually do it so i have to to to use a fifty dollar mike you have to buy a thousand dollar piece of software how does the math work on that when you can buy an eighty dollar mike and not have to use any software that's why hate blue and just the the problem is they look cool you know everybody thinks that and that's why i bought it i thought it looked cool i'm not i'm not immune to that in shape or form but i'm just trying to tell people out there that blue products for new podcasters our waste of your money and you're going to eventually burn it in upgrade or you're not gonna podcast anymore right there better choices for comparable money the two thousand five is my goto mike with a pop filter because it is not great with plo cives but the the at are twenty one hundred is what a lot of people by even though the internals are the same the two thousand five gives you a carrying case as well and it looks cooler because it's black end the problem with the at are twenty one hundred is the switch to turn it on and off is is raised in they break off often the two thousand five is flat so they don't break so that's.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on Doughboys
"But it was i i was happy to do it it cost me six hundred thirty dollars due to mall but i that's my goto i wanna experience what it's like i like a lot yeah so good mixture it is yeah i like jalapenos on a pizza they work really well because it's like you know sometimes you get the and this was something we discuss with with our friend brisa on our on our most recent double is that sometimes those veggie ingredients get a little wet and they they add a little extra moisture but it works with the pickled jalapenos because that's just like drip in that that heat into that pizza and it just like i like i really like i really like the combination of pepperoni and jalapeno that actually works really well and they're blazers execution texaco go get blazed as i went and got high no you're sneaking by league that was what i was i lost my train of thought like normally do geeky i lost my train of thought like normally do it was it was go get blaze and we'll bring the receipt will reimburse oh okay cool i'll go get us blaze like that's what i thought it well yeah now if you had said to me and this is not you would not supposed to know this you're not supposed to right but if you had to say go eat at blaze so we can talk about how was then i would've got yeah i love this because wagner and i had a communication problem just recently we had on our past episode with john gambling we had a miscommunication as you which resulted in me going to the wrong little caesars that's a whole thing like you did this but it's way worse than this scenario because it's for our guests well you know what karl handled it with a little bit more dignity in class.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on WDRC
"Just don't know where to start new could she moved out of your parents pleasure renting yes okay do you have any debt i'll just a little over four hundred thirty dollars and credit card that la look down painted are great move first thing i would delete that i have good first thing i would do knocked out out and cut up the credit card and make sure you're on the debit card from this point forward than i would make sure you build an emergency fund of the rudest already done that tell she's doing it out of order okay yeah okay all right that's okay this is making sure we know so you knock out the debt and you have an emergency fund indonesia start your longterm investing now at your workplace do you have a 401 k no they have something called the teacher retirement land earns nothing like that yeah that you pay into it yeah is it mandatory yeah she are already doing that okay uh well in addition to that i would get with a smartvestor perot which is someone i can lead you to that's in the investment business i'm not in the investment business but these people we recommend an sit down an open a roth ira you can put up to fifty five hundred dollars a year i nor a roth ira grows tax free and i put that investments in mutual funds that investment and i recommend that you invest in uh four or five are four types of mutual funds growth growth in income aggressive growth international and aggressive our growth growth in income aggressive an international that's the 425 percent each in each and to find the personnel recommend are people that i recommend in your area click on smartvestor on the front page of our website at daveramsey dot com and that'll put in your zip code.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Debt free scream three two one dad jio prime well done thank you sir i love it that's a blast our edge serena is with us in augusta georgia high serena how are you i am gray how're you doing better than deserve what's up all right i'll just calling because i'm twenty five and i just don't know where to start as far as the 401 k or and any type of investing um i just moved out my parents plays a little over two years ago and um i just don't know where to start she moved out of europeans fleischer you renting yes okay you have any debt just just a little bit a little over four hundred thirty dollars and credit card debt almost on pain it off great for something that would do that i asked you it first thing i would do is knocked out and cut up the credit card and make sure you're on the debit card from this point forward than i would make sure you build an emergency fund of three disarm ready don't let tell she doing it out of order okay yeah okay all right that's okay this is making sure we know so you knock out the debt and you have an emergency fun and then you start your longterm investing now at your workplace do you have a 401 k no they have something called the teacher retirement land earn nothing like that yeah that you pay you into it yes is it mandatory yeah she are already doing that okay well in addition to that i would get with a smart restaurer perot which is someone i can lead you to that in the investment business i'm not in the investment business but these are people we recommend an sit down an open a roth ira you can put up to fifty five hundred dollars a year i know a roth ira grows tax free and i put that investments in mutual funds that investment and i recommend that you invest in four or five are four types of mutual funds growth growth in income aggressive growth international and aggressive our growth growth in income aggressive and international that's the 425 percent each in each and to find the person i recommend are people that i recommend in your area click on smartvestor on the front page of our website at daveramsey dot com.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Almost a thousand dollars nine hundred thirty dollars um when you bought the three hundred thousand from three under the 700000 mmhmm we'll get up thirteen thousand all the tax break and above that you'll never under thirty on you'll you'll get like a 50 you'll get a fifty thousand dollars tax break man you don't even know the percentage shares were you know were low you know was flowers like uh a link flatly three point four percent one point six percent for somebody who's only making um uh you know get a tax breaks of forty nine thousand eighty six thousand is only a thousand dollars but if you get 34 three point four percent of your money and you're making 700000 you get fifty one thousand dollars back i mean you know the the the numbers you know i'm really kind of skewed to the rich now i not relying minute push back on that bill because four percentage of a smaller amount is is a smaller amount i mean that's that's how percentages work number one but also the a little skewed because the people of whom who make less than thirty thousand dollars a twenty thousand dollars aren't pain that many taxes and so the reason why people who make money pay more taxes because they pay they make more money because in a lot of cases they're working harder not all i5 been very clear on the show i have my displeasure in my distaste for phonies frauds moneygrubbers and people who steal money for a living through some auspices of pretending to work on politicians would be at the top of that list but you know bell as a as a small business owner myself in somebody who's represented hardcore hardworking small business owners when you ju to to make three hundred thousand dollars in a year takes literally somebody who works night in most areas not all some people have it easier but um for fashion all or a palmer relect trish in um you know they're working ninety hours a week there on call every single day they're earning that three hundred thousand dollars i don't have a problem with somebody making three hundred thousand dollars a year if they're earning it do you know i don't either and i have a what was way so mom white oil is is that all the way they did they did.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Own monthly payment one hundred thirty dollars per month and they claim that uh the f squirrel account was short in 2016 but i went over all the numbers looked at the paperwork him i was there was no deficit uh for that entire year so why was hit on the small planes core hang on a minute uh that gets a little bit tricky when they said there was no deficit each because they thought that i said there was no deficit however i and how do you know there was no deficit by went over all my paperwork all my payments m i figure it out how much my taxes insurance was added all the number and you can use a this was the guy this actually was kosher now how long do they want a charge you one hundred thirty dollars a month for months how long hollow under the late on doing now 12month faith said it'd be for one year so it started in january of this year and have you for small have they taken the money out or or young okay so it's out of an account that you have taken out yeah look look why monthly payment went up but you don't pay you don't pay and on an app or check i pay my mortgage i wrote him a check every months you don't do that you have died there than go on your account right right combined can you take in the court have you talk to them and say hey my here mine umbrella and there's tank combat are fed m i found him in the mail all the paperwork proof of it and um and widely resign nonresponse non responsive okay yeah i would here's what i would you if you're a first of all i would email all of it scan it an email and if you don't have a scanner or go to mike our tent copy doesn't matter they're going to they can argue we never got the hard copies did you.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"There's like some it's always like shady guy at eight hundred thirty dollars cash it it's a new term i sent the era of her care of and related like you have termites but anyway so this is splintered up and now it's got what i needed vice in this week's parent corner how bad does it have to get before i now replace it because again now it's broken in splintered they we have like bandaids on the ipad it's crazy and like one they like we thought he had catch a finance pay if it does lead to catch a funding says look out looking to wipe his hands after he's i know that's blood these blue swiping on a spirited up ipad so i need help on to win we need to replace this i or dudayeve so that have been you don't get easier pat if you're gonna throw which i agree raiders we can't totally do that's pretty good ads and this advice at the begging during your dot com or bandits via more bandits advice avaaz pair corner for me this week saturday we go out to dinner comeback gin ran a movie as a fan watch a move in my my kids love horror movies mmhmm so leather face was available a directive e nice which is the prequel of texas chainsaw massacre but the modern version of the prequel so i'm like oh leather face banned my son is all fired up for leather face because he loves horror movies and its radar solid are solid hour so i'm about to go on the internet to see like to make sure there's that saxon entered like it's not bad ben my liar son whose last recovered last week he's the flat out liar liar at your face.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Hundred thirty dollars to win a hundred that makes them the largest favorite in the history of the wildcard game which dates back as an and twelve so booker you at this idea that you brought up this morning gifts that you think they're homefield advantage should mean more with it better record should mean more and a onegame playoff scenario then just home field the he's at a sixgame better records that you believe the twin should have to win an extra game i think when you look at the situation is an unfair advantage if you the better team year yeah they give you home field but when you've been the better team all year you should get an advantage and only have to win one game however if you the twins you the worst team only should you go on the road but you should have to win two games i don't like the idea of a onegame winnertakeall while car situation especially for the yankees because the one thing about these yankees especially with joe girardi managing joe girardi gets a little tight and little nervous in somebody's big games he's got to get one of the best pitchers in baseball tonight and not to get to base bali right here but it'll be very very key how does joe girardi handle me tonight because i think he's probably third fourth fifth best pitcher in baseball somewhere near depending on how you look at his stuff is outstanding slaughtered change past policy electric let him pitch they should have an advantage tonight not just a one game series in the book you down they should be able to say you know what we have the luxury says we were the better team we can have two games to win one if you the twins unique two games to win two hashtag too far tuesday for me and we're gonna come up against the end the hour here so we'll talk about this off the top i do like the idea of increasing the advantage to me that would be going a little bit too far personally i have a love hate relationship with his second wild card and i've i've talked about it over the years both with bud n with manfred and we'll do that as we continue much harder to go as we roll on just getting started on a tuesday mike.
"hundred thirty dollars" Discussed on Android Central Podcast
"At six hundred thirty dollars even at that time where you know the competition wasn't as strong obviously it's not like going up against the thirty today or something this was a few years ago but that's where all of this hain ringing came about about the modo acts not being good enough because they were in six hundred ever plus dollars for it and and it actually eating of ice away came from originally the good in the google days it was never intended to hit that tip tall price level is the the google do supposed to be like a five yet girl up on him for want of reasonable googling wanna compete with its own mendez of the time directly the high end a lot of it but um yeah it was never intended to be this six hundred dollars things late the venture descended into some eighty maybe it's fessing maybe that's the thing that brings it batch of while the mozell exprime is all about sure so it's good in is at a low price with end that's hardly unique these diet right i have to look at so i can't even remember my own finishing vinci line here but basically it's now that like we can talk about how the modo x four with it's kind of hohum nece just overall like we talk about that but when you're talking about a three hundred ninety nine euro phone you have to bring it all into perspective of everything that you're getting here for seventy five dollars euros less than the one plus five or.