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Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live are clear winners with a unique design, strong sound and long battery life
"Lose Samsung unpacked event was just yesterday but if you believe Chris Welsh over at the verge The surprise breakout announcement from yesterday was for something that a lot of us kind of ridiculed those galaxy buds live. Those things that look like actual beans that you put in your ear. Well. Welsh says maybe they're cool beans an unconventional design for God's might actually turn out to be a winner quoting from his review. The one, hundred, sixty, nine, dollars, ninety, nine, Cent Buds live have a style all their own and they're super reflective in the bronze color which can look more rose gold and some lighting but I generally liked the look and the fact that Samsung is experimenting. You've never worn ear buds quite like these, which means putting them in the first few times feels a bit foreign and. You might think it turns out they slot into the culture of my ears quite naturally the bean design works and are both comfortable and stable once they're there are no silicone tips, the speaker points directly into your ear canal. The Buds live have silicone stabilisers near the top, and there's a slightly larger set included in the box if those buds better sit in your ears contours. The tap controls work just like those on the galaxy buds plus single tap to pause double the skip three to go back and you can customize what along press does the Galaxy Buds live carrying case which has a USB port and wireless charging support is wonderfully compact though the ear buds will definitely go flying out if you drop it since they don't have a very deep cradle with three total beam forming Mike's to on the exterior and one inside the galaxy. Buds live have performed just fine during my zoom meetings and Voice Calls Samsung. says. They also have a voice pickup unit in the hardware for improved speech detection you can use either. But independently while the other is charging in the case taken as a whole package, the Gazi Buds live, exceed what I came in expecting based on the leaks and the uncertainty I had about what the bean shaped would mean for comfort and sound quality neither wound up being a concern after actually using them. If you're okay living with a healthy dose of outside sound while listening to the Galaxy Buds live, there's a lot to like and quote.
DIY Girl Power: Must Have Started Power Tools
"One of the questions I get all the time is like what tools do I need when I'm first starting out? And I always recommend a drill a sander and then a miter saw because a miter saw is really really safe to use really easy to learn how to use but then once you kind of get more advanced or once you need to start like ripping down plywood or making bigger cuts and you don't quite want to make the jump to a table. Saw which can be really intimidating. Really dangerous if you're not using it right. A good like middle ground is to use a circular saw or skill saw and then you can cut plywood by putting it on top of a piece of insulation foam and then cutting it with a circular saw to keep it straight. There's also jigs like Craig makes a Jig that attaches you attach your to it and it helps you make like a perfectly straight cut but with or without that circular saws are really awesome in a really good intermediate tool so. I just wanted to talk about my favorite one so I recently bought Ryo. Ob's cordless circular saw. It's six and a half inches in its battery powered. So that's really nice. 'cause you don't have to worry about being mindful of where the court is and then obviously it just gives you a lot more flexibility and if you have a backup battery you don't really have to worry about power like not having enough but I really really liked this one. Because it's a little more compact than some of the larger saws it still can rotate and do like forty five degree angles. Which is really nice but I feel like it's a really good tool to learn to use because of its size. It's not something really heavy. You need a ton of arm strength to us so I totally totally recommend snagging this one. Plus it's not that expensive. It's only sixty nine dollars for just the tool. So if you've already started building like aerobics set with batteries. And all of that. You can just snag the tool at your collection and it's really diverse. So you can use it for Plywood ripping that down on foam or you could use it for other things here and there like cutting a two by four cutting other boards straight. So I absolutely recommend this. It's a really good for both intro. Beginner diy fires and more intermediate so in this episode. We get into a lot of power tools talking about saws so I just wanted to start off by giving you a practical tip for when you could buy if you really wanted to dive in you can order online for depot. Have it shipped to your doors? If you are staying at home and practicing social distancing. Maybe could snag yourself a new little toy and tackle some projects around the
"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Hundred and sixty nine dollars with mercury insurance that's a lot of dough get a free quote today and mercury insurance dot com to see how much you can save a standoff is over outside Rady children's hospital in San Diego Amanda reportedly robbed a bank in riverside before leaving cops on a high speed chase took his own life during a barricade situation the hospital's re open but the area is still considered a crime scene one person is dead after shooting in the Mountain View area police responded to reports of a shooting on Florence lane they found the victim in the alley with the gunshot world the man was pronounced dead at the scene we currently are partly cloudy skies fifty one degrees at Lindbergh field A. M. seven sixty talking breaking news now it's Armstrong and Gary I mean for most of you probably didn't certainly not the whole thing the headline out of it is the billionaire Bloomberg who spent all this money and and risen up in the polls just got pummeled while Bernie whose No Way the favorite right now nationally in the states he's already won and the states coming up they've already left alone for some reason more or less although you know the shots that landed were the shots of landed before you can't possibly pay for this it's unrealistic you can't get it passed and the rest of it put that it's it's that is no rap against Bernie so it's not gonna get your attention well how about this Bloomberg's all campaign manager tweeted out two days ago we've got an op ed aren't Oppel research file and Bernie that's going to disqualify him all right well how bout layout maybe one or two nuggets last night since you're getting just blamed on stage in the guy standing at thirty one percent over there you just left them alone yeah when you hold back on that makes me think they don't actually have Oppel research on money that that's a bluff I wonder I can't imagine all the or you know sometimes I find myself thinking about whether was Hillary your or really any candidate I think maybe they were laying low because they're waiting till by they just wanted to go in when is it always turns out that no they're incompetent and when is that ever gonna die it would seem to me that for all campaigns you give everything you got now your best effort now don't wait for this state that whatever that doesn't seem to ever work for anybody well it reminds me of a conversation I had with my kids were now all young adults on their end and I think any of us who are her past forty of pretty much fully realize this there's a lot more incompetence then you guessed as a child you thought adults had it all together and now you know you get to a point where you figure out there are a few folks who really have their act together and know exactly what they're doing they're a hell of a lot of us who have a decent idea what we're doing but it's just a world keeps coming at us so we're just doing our best then then there the food just complete flaming incompetence and you know the more I observed politics the more I realize that a lot of these people just bad of their jobs they'd their prejudices get away and I mean like racial prejudice is that the strategy that is of the past they're so in love with them they stick with them even when the times have changed so it could be it does you know Bloomberg is people the best money could buyers of bad at their jobs having said that it was a jazzy debate I mean and never mind if you don't give a damn about who which Democrat wins although I think everybody does because in through your running against if you're Republican but man the knives are out there beating the heck out of each other including you know at a pizza a little P. trying to humiliate Amy cloture her not have in it Liz was just like I had a machine gun on third was spraying rhetorical bullets everybody except really Bernie as Jack pointed out we have a highlights package we will play for a organised pause and discussed in the rest of it but the positive Sean if you'd be so kind as to roll that wants to talk about who were running against a billionaire who called women fat broads and horse faced lesbians and no I'm not talking about Donald Trump I'm talking about mayor Bloomberg I actually welcomed mayor Bloomberg to the stage I thought that he shouldn't be hiding behind his TV ads I don't think you look at Donald Trump and say we need someone richer in the White House let's put forward somebody who actually lives and works in a middle class neighborhood in an industrial midwestern city let's look for somebody who's actually a Democrat one thing that I'm really worried about embarrassed about was how it turned out with stop and frisk it got out of control and it's not next week was that his first response to that controversy yes on a debate stage yes that was it yeah you don't have a great line the ready to go the one thing I am just about to our thinking about he really he actually sounds like he was coming up with that off the top of his head yeah Mike Johnson how can you know that was going to come up magus knocks against your stop and frisk and your woman problem yeah I need he didn't seem like you put any thought into it prior to that moment at least that's the way it came off we hear that again the PS really worried about embarrassed about was how it turned out with that stop and frisk it got out of control and it's not well you gotta have a line my intentions were great it ended up bad here's why in in like here's what I learned in here's what we do going forward in the Brave New World that will create well I I I I now I didn't know anybody's gonna mention this so it's just somebody please get me a job working for these candidates because I know they overpay well let me make you actually him maybe the coaches are back in their own you can do what he could as the headline my favorite headline about what's his face because I'm trying to find the headline about to a Bloomberg Bloomberg is the smirking is of America's elites well if you're dealing with the smirking it of America's elite they probably don't take instruction terribly well I did the the not the the lock on a billion years getting treated the way they get treated now not ready for any resistance I know just with my job I get treated in a way that I'm gonna be shocked when it ends what business isn't so yes hi Mister Armstrong we are a strong winds all the time and I can imagine if you're a billionaire and that your whole life every moment every day yeah yeah at least Goldberg can play the self made card but every word that drips from his lips tends to contradict the whole self made him decades ago he's been this rich guy for fifty years good point yeah every meeting he's ever and he's he his comments of that's a great idea your vet will help her another home runs this is so pleasant show let's let's hear the the Bloomberg weakness again because of Biden's responding to that really worried about embarrassed about was how it turned out with stop and frisk it got out of control and it's not whether you apologize or not is the policy the policy was a porn and it was in fact a violation of every right people have I have no that that was Joe Biden at his best I don't think it violated my rights again search since the illegal search and seizure or cruel and unusual punishment Joe is just he's a nice old fella but not quite sharp doesn't it isn't that the definition of illegal search and seizure the stop in Frisco libertarian yeah yeah actually has a you know it was not cruel and unusual punishment when it certainly didn't to back to my right to exercise my religion no but yeah you're right about that it's not just minorities are bothered that libertarians of all stripes hated that Paula Coughlin matic policy yeah but Jo this was a doddering old Joe he's fine fine member when the debate started like five years ago the Levin debates ago when Joe Biden was at the center it was all about how to take him on and everything like and now it seems like where you get up there yeah an after thought okay rolling control is not whether Hey give it to me too movement movement it's too far every right I have no tolerance for the kind of behavior that the me too movement movement has exposed in my foundation the person that runs it's a woman seventy percent of the people there are women in my company lots and lots of women have big responsibilities they're paid exactly the same as men and I hope you heard what is defense was I've been nice to some women Mister mayor are you willing to release all of those women from those non disclosure agreements so we can hear their side these would be agreements between two parties that wanted to keep it quiet and that's up to them we are not going to be Donald Trump with a man who has who.
Tensions rising in the Middle East after embassy attack
"Carried it is risk off across global markets after that U. S. airstrike in Iraq killed one of Iran's most powerful generals let's get the very latest now from Bloomberg's mark mills Qassem Soleimani the head of Iran's elite Quds force was killed in an air strike at Baghdad's International Airport and attacked the Pentagon says was ordered by president trump to Jersey democratic senator Cory Booker said solemn money at American blood on his hands he's quiet planned and executed attacks on American citizens American soldiers sum of money was a huge figure in Iranian military and political affairs the death of Saddam on a heightened fears that rising tensions between the US and Iran could lead to an armed confrontation mark mills member daybreak remark thank you those fears of an armed confrontation are well founded according to Barbara son of and she senior fellow at the Atlantic council and director of the future of around initiative you no this is the worst it's been in forty years in my view the worst it's been since Iran held American hostages at or in the city this is a huge crisis I'm not sure Donald Trump understands the implications of what he has unleashed we have to see what happens in Iraq how does the Iraqi government survive this you know it wasn't just because of the money was assassinated but also a very prominent Iraqi head of one of these militias and someone with a great deal of political power as well we're going to see the rebels flowing out from this for a long time Iran's top leaders all condemned the attack was supreme leader Ayatollah Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vowing to eventually monies death global stocks fell immediately on word of the attack beginning in Asia here with Morris Bloomberg Selena weighing in our Beijing bureau good morning Selena good morning Megan and Karen the risk on sentiment that ushered in the new year took a hit as tensions flared in the Middle East stocks in Asia reversed gains in treasury futures advanced the risk off move was given extra momentum when a Ron's leader said severe retaliation awaits the commanders killers the US airstrike lifted London's Brent crude to as much as sixty nine dollars a barrel the highest since the attacks on Saudi Arabian oil infrastructure in September gold prices rose and again strengthened in Beijing I'm Selena weighing Bloomberg
"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Awaited blanket for just sixty nine dollars while supplies last it's the best deal of the season rob Paco WBZ's traffic other pre is nice weather day on the way today sunshine forty for a high see some clouds rolling tonight twenty three for a low and then tomorrow here comes trouble snow sleet rain arriving at later in the afternoon temperatures in the mid thirties that snow sleet or rain continues into tomorrow night and road conditions are expected to worsen temperatures are right around the freezing mark the Monday morning commute won't be funny either cloudy windy cold some mixed precipitation will change eventually over to all snow with temps in the thirties clears out on Tuesday as far as the precipitation is concerned some remaining clouds mid thirties right now sunshine twenty nine degrees in Boston this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning I Charlie Bergeron here are the five things you need to know at nine fifteen Black Friday is behind us we turn our attention now to small business Saturday the superintendent of Peabody public schools has died Caramoor taught died unexpectedly yesterday dead after an attack on London Bridge the suspect shot and killed by police and that stormy weather is Sunday into Monday could really create some significant problems for travelers heading home from the thanksgiving weekend I knew tribute in Worcester for the fire fighters known as to Worcester six who lost their lives twenty years ago WBZ TV is Katie breaks we don't forget the legacy that these brothers left us on December third ninety nine this city's historical fire society saved all of these items the mark of two decades seemed a fitting time to share them this exhibit at Union Station is as much a tribute to the man who lost their lives as it is to the people of Worcester refresh their memories maybe they were all already.
Ski Resort Wars Are Heating Up: Better Buy Your Ski Pass Now
"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Leabeau's. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the UH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Tuesday September tenth hot out there well well if you're a skier no matter whether you're sweating and turning up the air conditioner as you listen to this. It's time to think about buying your ski pass. That's because the ski industry he has been consolidating over the last few years. Colorado giants Vail Resorts and Altarum Mountain Company has been doing two things each has been buying up resorts across the country country and abroad and they've been creating huge season pass programs the give pass holders access to the mountains they own as well as to partner resorts all over the globe globe as the two fierce rivals focus on selling more and more season passes daily lift ticket prices get ever more jaw-dropping last season season daily passes to vail or beaver creek another high end. Colorado resort broke two hundred dollars for the first time making those to Vail owned resorts the most expensive in the US. That's a hefty fee especially. If you want to bring the kids why so pricey will impart the strategies to force you to make the comparison and determined that a pass is far more economical than buying daily lift tickets why spend two hundred nine dollars to ski for a Single Day at Vale when you could good spent about a thousand dollars to ski all winter whether you're in Vermont or Utah even Japan for people who are sure they want to ski at least a few days this it's winter a pass from one company or the other can save you a bunch of money. Veils epoch pass is good at sixty nine different resorts the icon which Altera Tehrik created just last year will get you into forty one resorts from Colorado steamboat to the icons newest European Destination Zermatt in Switzerland. It's not easy to give a head to head comparison on prices because the potential combinations are dizzying. Do you want ski in only one state while there's a price for that. I want unlimited skiing including over holidays everywhere. That's different current prices unveils season passes range from about four hundred dollars for local resorts to nine hundred sixty nine dollars to ski anywhere including new resorts in Japan and Australia. Alturas cost around five hundred dollars for local resort pass say Colorado's winter park to just over a thousand bucks for access to all forty. One destinations and there are discounts for veterans teran's in children and for people who can skip the most popular holiday times. If you're shopping get actress spreadsheets depending on how much you ski either pass could save you megabucks compared to a single day lift ticket but you knew this was coming. There's a catch to get these discounts. You have to be a planner owner low prices and before Thanksgiving that's because a few years ago the rivals parent companies realized it would be smart to book revenue while Violets still warm out there rather than waiting for unpredictable Mother Nature to deliver customers early season pass revenue wooden just smooth out the bumpy nature of the ski a business it would give each company predictable revenue stream and for Vail boost share prices just like subscription businesses everywhere of course if you're an individualist. They're still bumper stickers on old vehicles in the Colorado rockies that say F- Vale you can still find an independent independent mountain or to those family mountains whether in Colorado or any other mountain state or often more down to earth not to mention cheaper than the glitzy resorts. It's being swallowed up by Vail and Al-Tara so grab that icy drink soak up just a bit more summer and start dreaming I mean but you you for the winters from wondering wondering this is business wars daily listen to like our show. Take a second and gives five star rating in a review on your favorite podcast APP. It really helps new listeners finders and for for that we thank you David Brown back with you tomorrow. All this episode is brought to you by send pro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk. Ask has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with Cipro. Online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's that's right. Four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your. Pc and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only when you visit P B dot com slash B._w. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.
Spruce up old iPhone instead of buying new one
"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 as you know on september tenth apple is expected to release three new iphones but we're not going to talk about those today because they're going to cost a whole lot of money and many of you just do do not wanna buy them. You've got some old phones that with a little bit of tweaking can be almost new and just as good in last at least another a year or so. I'm jefferson graham. You're listening to talking tech. I've got some ideas for you now. If you want more power improved camera technology and more storage sure sure pick up one of the new iphones but if you're like many of us who've sat out the last few additions of the iphone you'll be good company yet. Don't need the newest because does your phone still works. The reason iphone sales have fallen down fifteen percent for the year is because there are two good they last longer than they used to and the new features teachers are just not as exciting as they once were which brings us to the old phone. What are you gonna do. You've got a phone. It's on its last legs so you think let's look at that. My battery runs out too often. Go get a new one. The batteries are only designed to last a finite period. Did you know you could pick up a replacement battery fifty dollars for the older phones or sixty nine dollars for the ten series essentially a pretty good deal if concerned about your battery go to settings battery on your iphone in check battery health if you're down on the twenty percent range. You know you have a problem. My screen is is cracked now. This is way more pricey and more common of an issue. It's hard to live life as a human being and not suffer through dropping a phone at least once or twice. Okay okay so you get a new phone screen apple charges from one hundred fifty dollars for the older iphone seven and eight models to one hundred and seventy dollars for plus models and two hundred to three hundred twenty nine dollars to put screens on the ten phones. You could also try some of the other third party vendors. There's like i cracked you break. I fixed wireless planet best buy. They often have lower prices than apple. Our local you break i fixed or for instance quoted quoted me one hundred and twenty dollars for a screen which is fifty dollars less for an apple and how about this for a big one. I've run out of room. Many of you bought your phones back. When in sixteen gigs or thirty two gigs storage was the norm now the standard at least for apple's two thousand eighteen models a sixty four gig unconscionable that that we would be expected to use a phone with just sixteen gigs or even thirty two in a world of high resolution photos fourcade videos data devouring abs- in a tendency among many of us to never delete anything okay. So what do you do first of all. Check your storage. There can be things in there like the podcast cast you subscribe to the giant photos lot of things you can start deleting go to settings general iphone storage and take a look at how many mix of used what about backup google photos is free offers unlimited photo video uploads and if you're a member of amazon's prime shipping and entertainment service prime photos also offers unlimited photos but not video storage for free you can pay for extra storage with high cloud. The first five gigs is a free than it's three dollars monthly for two hundred gigs or how about buying a flash drive that fits the iphone lightning port the sandisk i i expand ride is thirty two dollars for a sixty four gig model put everything on their transfer itchy computer start deleting and upload load the stuff to whether it's google photos or wherever to make sure that you're backed up in many places those three things you can do to spruce up your old phone. You got any questions. I would love to hear from you on twitter where i'm at jefferson graham. You've been listening to talking tech. Please rate movie the show wherever you listen to online audio. I will be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world 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 dot com. 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"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Hundred sixty nine dollars with mercury get started with a free quote today a mercury insurance dot com that's mercury insurance dot com traffic on the tense every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Bob Williams news ID three point one K. up because dry weather expected today with clouds and sunshine it'll be a warm afternoon as temperatures reached a high of ninety five partly cloudy tonight with a low of sixty three degrees and lots of sunshine for tomorrow with a high of ninety four little cooler was sunshine on Wednesday a high of eighty eight time accu weather's Courtney spammer news ninety three point one KFBK your current temperatures in the bay area upper fifties to low sixties in the valley also upper fifties to low sixties in the high country upper forties to mid fifties at news ninety three point one Kathy Kay name is on dot com is a leading money news in this Monday morning here's that Corey from the Bloomberg business this morning at eight AM yeah Amazon pressures merchants selling products on its marketplace offer the lowest prices so one of the mob is the same thing for less on another site well Amazon makes it tougher to find on its market place some merchants raise the price on rival site instead of risk say risking sales on Amazon's site U. S. dogs opening this morning after recording their worst week since the sell off in December right now the futures are tanking Dow futures are down three hundred and sixty seven points investors fear the Chinese letting its currency to appreciate the counter president trump's China terrorists and that could drag this thing out for a long time retail workers sing better pay then they had a generation ago even with inflation the average hourly earnings for non supervisory personnel having sixteen dollars sixty five cents an hour in July right now the Dow futures are down three hundred and fifty seven points I did Corey without Bloomberg business report on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. all right at thanks very much we're going to keep our eye on Wall Street today it's so the futures are way way down we'll see how they do I wanna bring Zach back in very quickly here Bethany because we talked a little bit about eighteen and that this is a site where people went in there was a lot of heat speech on it is this is that the eight chan H. Janice mom sorry eight chan now Zak you've been doing a little bit of research on this and this is not the first time that this group has popped up they were around before right so there was a website actually known is four chan it it's still out there but that that website previously we had this same issue with hate speech and some really inappropriate console is what's fortune this goes back a few years right and what are their associated with this group with eight chan now well the eight chan can be thought of as kind of a breakout groups so in two thousand thirteen four chan was getting too much pressure to regulate with their content and so that one of the founders of eight chan broke away okay from four chan and so I started my site I do want to re wine for listeners in case you're just joining us right now because eight chan was a place where there was a lot of heat speech and was associated with some of these recent mass shootings that we saw over the weekend and now cloud services were shut me down you're done right as of this morning you couldn't you couldn't find can't go there were not having any more of this but they had this issue with four chan before pops up is eight chan and it makes you wonder are they gonna be back twelve Jan well I don't know I mean yeah I mean seriously no it it is it's sad that's the the freedom of the internet as as they just.
"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Hundred sixty nine dollars on average get a free quote today mercury insurance dot com traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons frying nobles news ninety three point one K. if we get a mostly sunny skies today with a high of eighty nine then clear with a low of fifty nine tonight plenty of sunshine for tomorrow and Sunday highs will be near ninety tomorrow and to ninety two Sunday I'm accu weather meteorologist tethers air news ninety three point one KFBK adding the San Francisco it's pretty warm there right now fifty eight degrees and if you're going up to Tahoe we've got about forty nine degrees there sixty one in Sacramento right here use ninety three point one KFBK in much of the nation this week and they are looking forward to a big heat wave and their utilities that are gearing up for all around the country let's put it Corey from the Bloomberg business desk with more on that story for us on this Friday morning hi ed yeah that's right the utilities gearing up for a high demand this forecasters say most of the country it's going to be affected by the heat wave this weekend but natural gas prices ironically are going to be dropping next week because the long range outlook for most of the countries or whether to cool down a bit after that heat wave breaks looks like stocks could be opening hired today we have higher numbers yesterday part of that was because of a report from Iran and they had said that country could agree to nuclear inspections in return for a lifting of sanctions against it right now the Dow futures are up ninety eight points S. and P. futures currently are higher as well they are up eight you know if you get divorced after the age of fifty you can expect your wealth to drop by about fifty percent that's according to a Bowling Green university study of twenty thousand Americans born before nineteen sixty right now the S. and P. futures are up seven that's Bloomberg business report on news radio ninety three point one K. F. B. K. delta airlines will soon have doses of nor can included in the emergency medical kits on board all aircraft to the emergency medication used to reverse opioid overdoses is being added after a passenger.
Everything we still want to see in the OnePlus 7 Pro
"One plus seven pro is coming at the end of this week to North America may seventeenth. It's going to start at six hundred sixty nine dollars or not going to bury the lead. This is the most expensive one plus phone ever released. We'll sort of but. Let's let's dive into why. Because this is definitely the most impressive phone the company's ever put out, Alex. What have you taken away with your from your few days with it so far? So the first thing to sort of understand is that we have two phones, but it's not a one plus seven on a one plus seven light does a reason why it's one plus seven out of one plus seven pro. So you have the rails, which will talk about an aside. But it's regular is pretty much the phone that you would expect one plus to release this time of year. The reason why the pro is because they're actually taking a step beyond that place that you would normally expect to won't plus fun to occupy. So there are a lot of significant hardware improvement. So we'll have design improvements. The phone is just a lot more impressive attack level and will competitive with the likes of Samsung an app even apple on this is one plus taking to the next level in the pro Monica really means is that it's than Olonga just sort of scrappy upstart company that will sell you something. With the latest Snapdragon new stock Android for reasonably affordable price. They were actually sort of taking it to the big players in the game. I think with the pro. Yeah. It really feels more like an actual direct competitor rather than just talking about the the whole further price thing. Yeah. Where especially when you when you look at things like what they've done with the display. We'll talk about the display a ton and the design and just a few of the the additions all around it doesn't feel so much a bare bones kind of reference designee type of phone. I mean, even the six and six T, which you were the best designs. It's definitely gotten better with each generation and even their half generations of the T models. The seven pro feels like dramatically different device on a completely separate track and level from the phones before it in terms of hardware. Just. Design wise, you can stick any premium small manufacturers logo on the back of this thing, and it wouldn't look out of place. Absolutely. All right. So this is the company's first phone with triple camera setup. It has a ninety hurts display. It has arguably one it's it's gone from having some plus phones have gone from having some of the worst hap- deke's to having among the best haptic. So everything in here has been improved. It has obviously the latest Snapdragon processor up to twelve gigs of ram up to five hundred twelve gigabytes of storage, stereo speakers. Yes. Dairy speakers. What it doesn't have off the bat. We it does not have wireless charging, and it is not technically water resistant. It doesn't have an IP certification. If you've seen the bucket promo that was released a guess now just under two weeks ago. You'll know what that means the company does not like paying for that. IP certification. But it's also saying that it'll withstand some ingress, you shouldn't probably swim with it. So these are the compromises that plus made to keep the price at a relatively low number six hundred sixty nine dollars is still wait Scheepers than even the galaxy ten e and yet this is clearly aimed at the top of the line products on the market, and it's got carrier partnerships, or at least partnership in the US to boot. So Alex where where does this place one plus in the ecosystem now, especially in the west, I think you have to treat them as as of much table manufacture, right? They've been they've been a long time. It's been a long time coming, but I would have -solutely in terms of the market presence that the the maybe not quite right up with with. Aung maybe this is me of having blinders on little bit in this small phone enthusiasts spice, the we all live in. But I think we in terms of the quality of the products, the price, you have to treat them as one of the plays out that especially if you look at what people
"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on KTOK
"Ninety four point seven k jail. Dallas Fort Worth z one hundred New York City over there with Elvis Duran. And then our dear friend, Ryan Seacrest at kiss FM out there in Los Angeles. We can't think everybody coast to coast enough for listening, and then also the Great Plains in the great state of Oklahoma from Fairview Enid, Anadarko Dunkin, Ardmore, Toca, everywhere, we blanket, the great state of Oklahoma. And thank you for listening. We really really really do. Appreciate it. So this is the cliff Davis show, and the Oklahoma City zoo is on with us. We've got Josh Candace Christie, and we left off with zoo. We're going to move forward. We're gonna move forward and Christie is tainted me this really cool book. It says images of of the Oklahoma City zoo, nineteen sixty two to two thousand thirteen I think this is interesting and cool because maybe dad's in there somewhere dad used to work with a guy you might not remember him. But back in the sixties his name was Bob Ginny. And okay, Bob. Ginny was the guy out there light the reptile guy. Okay. So dad would have Bob Ginny on the form and Scotty show, and they did a tie in with zoo much like we're doing, and I believe if I'm correct dad helped create this Zouqi. Okay. I know where I think that might have come from the former Scotty, and w k y TV as we know it to care for TV today. But so there's the time. But yeah, interesting Kristie dad might be in the book somewhere, but they can obviously get the book out of the zoo. Right. And that is the second we have to. So it's the first, you know, fifty years, and then the second half is they're very cool. Nice. Nice piece of you wanted to mention a couple of things real quick before we got out of the show. We got about three minutes left on this segment to at the top. So what were they? Yes. So one of the big things I wanted to share is the month of may is a great month and one of our favorites because we have a partnership with Mathis brothers growing on right now. Yes. So we love our partners at Mathis brothers. And during the whole month of may, you can go out and purchase a zoo friends membership or renew if you have one for a great deal sixty nine dollars for failing membership, and that is just a fantastic discount, and it's such a fantastic value. And with that membership you visit the zoo as many times as you like in one year, that's a great deal forever. And it's for a family so to adults and five kids just doesn't get any better than that. And of course, you're supporting Oklahoma City zoo because all the dollars from the membership sales come back to support the Oklahoma City zoo. What's great is that we have this in our own backyard. If you will the Oklahoma City zoo is so wonderful, and it's one of the best in the world, not just the nation hands down. Yes. And so I mean, it's right there. And and I mean, it's a good thing. And it's a cool thing that you're doing a youth driven stuff with events, and then also the family oriented packages as well. And with Mathis brothers. That's just great. That's everybody helping in and pitching in together. And and making it work. I love to hear that. I call the clip Davis show, the sunshine network. Like everybody just talking about good stuff. Want to be part of that family now? You're your. Circle. Josh. You guys, and I'll be texting you. And I need stuff is. Okay. And you guys do do the same right? Right. Okay. So other events that you wanted to mention as well that are coming up. Yes. So I know you've been talking about the killer. But there are some great shows come to zoo AM weird Al is coming in July, and June young giants and fits and tantrums in July and Alice Cooper. Got all to be really. Yes. So the interesting I mean, I think everybody knows zoo am I mean seventy five years of history, or it is just one of those I con ick historical places for Oklahoma City. And it is located by the cities, we don't actually manage it. But it is a big part of our history. And of course, you know, is right there Jason to the zoo. And so we're always excited to share what's happening and to promote the great concerts that are going on under the starry skies. Amphitheater live killer.
"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
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Qualcomm stock surges after settling long patent dispute with Apple
"Mortgage after Qualcomm and apple settled years of legal disputes with apple agreeing to pay Qualcomm, an undisclosed sum while also agreeing to enter a six year licensing agreement. That's got Qualcomm stock up by twenty one percent. It's a new high for Qualcomm at more than sixty nine dollars. Apple stock is pretty flat it saying in there. It's up by a
Seventy Two Dollars, Sixty Nine Dollars And Ninety Dollars discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore
"Good morning will lift trading on its second day following its big IPO on Friday moving sharply lower this morning. Get hit the markets on Friday at seventy two dollars a share immediately shot up to nearly ninety dollars on Friday right now, you can get it for around sixty nine dollars down nine dollars on its second day of
In Test of Boeing Jet, Pilots Had 40 Seconds to Fix Error
"During flight simulations? The New York Times is reporting recreating the problems of the doomed lion airplane pilots discovered that they had less than forty seconds to override an automated system on Boeing's, new jets, and avert disaster. The the more. We learned about this by Kel. It's is if the planes were made as the president said, you know, the planes are too complicated. And the pilots didn't get the training the hands on training that they needed before. They're putting people's lives at risk. Yeah. It's starting to look like that. Which is certainly the crashes could have been prevented with more training. And the question I think now starts to become whose fault is that is it the airline's fault is it's Boeing's fault. Is it some combination and what really happened in the frugal process for this? I mean, you have forty seconds. Yeah. In the testing here, they might have been able to figure this out. But I mean, if you're in at Boeing right now testing this system, you know, what's going to be thrown at you. And you know, what's what's going to be expected of you, forty seconds. I don't know. I'm not I'm not sure, but that doesn't sound like a lot of time it doesn't and the the thing that makes Boeing look guilty here is they were selling that. Upgraded system. Right. You could pay an extra two million or three million dollars and get the system that was not quite as complicated. And they've acknowledged that in tacit acknowledges again from today's New York Times in a tacit acknowledgement of the systems problems. Boeing is expected to propose a software update that would give pilots more control over the system and make it less likely to trigger erroneously my God. I mean, that's that to me is an acknowledgement that they were just trying to juice another two or three million dollars a profits out of these planes. And yeah, you know, maybe we lose a couple, but you're going to pay that extra three million dollars per plane. I it's not in my opinion. That's not a very good look for Boeing now. And I still think that we do not have nearly enough of a PR approach being done by Boeing to address these issues. They've started to come out with a few comments here and there, and maybe they just really can't say anything until the the final. Studies come out about what happened with the most recent crash, but I really think you need a BP level of investment in PR campaign to turn this story around because I think, you know, the average person. Personally, you know flying. It doesn't really make me nervous. I'm pretty okay with that. But you know, you have some people find them planes. That are nervous already this this could create a lasting issue for airlines and therefore BP especially for for Boeing, well, especially if they lose another plane, even even beyond that if they don't lose another plane, and they don't come out in dress this issue head on and go to the public and explain to them the change that they have made to make this plane safer than initially was right, then there's doesn't need to be another crash. People have lost faith in this already. They've no margin for error. Now on this the there's no margin for error because the it's not like they can say, well, it was a terrorist act or blatant pilot fell you had two of them go down for the same reason. And again that's damning evidence against Boeing their stock right now is trading it three hundred and sixty nine dollars. I'm actually somewhat surprised that it's held up as well as it has. I would I would have expected this to go down. It was lower in price. Michael around Christmas. Yeah. I mean, we're at what's that three seventy off at four forty. That's that's a sixteen percent price drop. Yeah. I guess that's not quite as huge as a quite possibly
"What phone should I buy?" We have 2 cheap choices
"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 hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners. So it's one of the most popular questions that I get on a daily basis. Hey, what phone should I buy? And this follow it up by in. Why do I have to spend a thousand dollars? Once I've made a decision. Good news. Talking tech listeners if you'd like to save money, and you want to go name brand, I can get you a great apple or Samsung phone for two hundred fifty to four hundred dollars, which is a lot less than the thousand dollars at the top of the line. Ones are now selling for if not more I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech the apple iphone S E which apple discontinued in two thousand eighteen is currently available as a close out for two hundred and fifty dollars on Apple's website. This ca. Impairs the seven hundred fifty dollars for the lowest price new iphone, the ten are or four hundred forty nine dollars for the iphone seven a phone that was first released in two thousand sixteen the S E is a great great deal. I urge you to take a look for it. The the pros is this price. The con is a four in screen, which is a lot smaller than the current editions. Can you live with that the Samsung galaxy S eight is a larger more advanced phone it's from twenty seventeen it's two generations back it selling for five hundred dollars new on Samsung's website. I found out an Amazon for just over four hundred dollars in on EBay from various sellers as low as three hundred and forty seven dollars. Why by an older phone start with saving money, perhaps? You don't care about the latest bells and whistles, and you just wanna basic device to make calls send and receive texts and emails and surf the internet. Well, with the SEC as I said, you could the smaller screen. Four inches compared to six point one inches on the ten are and older technology. You won't be able to get or may not even care about features like face ID the ability to make videos with four K resolution, and the processing chip is an eight nine compared to the more powerful current eight wealth, I can tell you. My wife has an SE and she has not had any power issues. Apple's unlikely to ever sell a phone this cheaply again. So if you want a good reliable iphone at a low price, this one is for you. If you do want that larger galaxy the difference between a model from two years ago in the current S ten will you get sixty four gigabytes of storage compared to one hundred and twenty eight on the new model Samsung says the S ten performs better for low light photos and has a slightly larger screen six point one inches to the older five point eight inches. So so the differences in these two models are very slight the S ten sells for nine hundred dollars while the larger edition, the S ten plus sells for a thousand dollars. Now, if you're willing to accept the refir- model, and you should as they come with a full one year warranty at new battery apple has a variety of prices listed on his website for the seven and seven plus models, which are larger than the SE the best deal. I saw touted was four hundred and sixty nine dollars for seven plus with one hundred twenty. Eight gigabytes of storage this compares to six hundred seventy dollars new listeners questions about new phones versus older ones used versus we firms in the like, I'm at Jefferson Graham on Twitter. I look forward to your comments, please subscribe talking tech wherever you listen to online audio. I'll be back with you tomorrow with another quick hit from the world attack. Thanks, everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Have a business idea. You're ready to grow or a story ready to share. But not quite sure how wicks can help with that wicks allows you to build a professional website any way you want start from scratch or choose from over five hundred sophisticated templates, and customization is a breeze. You can push the limits of web design without spending hours on coating easily. Personalize your site with hundreds of design features like galleries video backgrounds and custom forms wicks is the most technologically advanced website building platform available. No wonder over one hundred forty million people are already users Bill the website of your very own with wicks today for free. And if you go to wicks dot com and use the coupon code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans, you get more storage, a free domain for a year and much much more. That's wicks dot com code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.
"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on WSB-AM
"They call hearing screener is sixty nine dollars. So you do your at home. Sorry. Yeah. So you do your at home hearing test. And then you're you're then in a position to get the now three nine thousand nine hundred year hearing aids and let me give the exact website. Okay. Thank you. The letter I hear H E A R medical dot com. I hear medical dot com. Great and the other chains that's happened in the marketplace. Is both Costco, wholesale and Sam's Club. Now, we're offering much cheaper hearing aids are generally offered in the industry. And are you a member of either of the warehouse clubs? I've actually been to Casco and add may hearing tested about a year ago. Will they're selling a pair right now. I'm trying to remember sixteen ninety nine fourteen ninety nine for Kirkland Senator and their Kirkland signature private-label hearing aids. Okay. Okay. You got to hear this. Remember, I said sixteen ninety nine fourteen ninety nine if you average those two together what would it be fifteen ninety nine? That's what the price. All right. But a lot of people have tried the I hear medical and done the pair for eight hundred dollars in Ben very happy. I certainly will look into that one. I haven't heard of before and if you ever want to check out the piece apps, one of the easiest places to find those are at hunter stores outdoor stores tend to sell a lot of peace apps for hunters that are trying to hear animals that they're on the prowl for. And so the peace apps enhance their hearing in ways very similar to a hearing aid. But again, although people use them as a hearing aid. They are not technically in the United States considered to be one. You're listening to the Clark Howard show..
"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"Sixty nine dollars for an iphone ten replacement. Got it left up bad. You know, it's not cheaper than brand new phone better for the environment. And also, frankly if I could replace it, myself Abang. A kit for like thirty or forty dollars. I would pro myself. I would probably say, I'm not I'm not giving advice people saying that. If it were if it were my phone, our in that case, I would very likely just say, you know, what I just take it. It's it's it's going to cost me if I were to pay myself labor for this fix for ordering the parts getting the bin correctly, doing careful job and being responsible for what happens. I'd much rather pay thirty bucks to another person. Who particularly if that apple if it's an apple store that will say oh turned out that I should not have been eating those hostess snowballs just before using a great your phone. 'cause now it's all fill with that. With that filling your boards over giving a brand new phone. We're sorry. Whereas if I did that they would just have a good laugh and people would probably post the photos on Instagram about eight look. There's all kinds of like like pink pink pink coconuts. Sure, it's all under the class. And he wanted us to fix it for free. There are many ways to be an Instagram influence her Andy. Those numbers up. So if if that. If if if YouTube Instagram has caused things so long as you're you're you're you're a an a-hole who gets views on clicks. That fits into the business plan, doesn't it? Back to what you were saying, it does usually cost the same order a kit for my fix it. And the battery then to take it to the apple store not everybody has an apple store nearby and sending away your phone. But yeah, I mean, I think twenty nineteen is my year of fixing stuff on my own. I had a set of Christmas light that went out. I was so they they went out, and I didn't know why. And I asked Burke to help me, and there was a fuse inside. And he showed me how to replace the fees. And again, this is something that I was like, oh, this is it's it's impoundment. So when I was faced with my kids has an old iphone six he was complaining about the battery is it's gonna cost the same to get a kit for my fix it. Or to take it to the local place. Like to me, it's worth more to get the kit and make him do it himself because you know, it's a teachable moment. And show that teach you about ownership that this is your phone, which means that you know, how to fix it. And you're responsible for fixing it, right? And then you teach you that. Or it'll teach you the you probably shouldn't have done that. Because now you have to get a new phone. That didn't have him so oppressed they'll mega because my two thousand eighteen is my year. Breaking things myself. I haven't gone to the Pentagon. And I'll fix them. I. We all have to have resolution. So that that's mine. 'cause I just you know, that there's too many phones in my drawer that could be used by someone else. Cha-cha? Exactly, I did that I meant to talk about this when we were talking about the ten are. But is there? No apple case for the ten are. It's no it's like the twilight zone, it's like the Bermuda. Triangle? They were apple briefly mentioned on international versions of the press release that they would have a clear case available for the iphone ten are. But people just expected them to have all the silicon and other cases like they do for every iphone, but nothing was available at launch still not available. There's been a dearth of. Dearth of third party stuff as well. Which is bizarre to because typically they they way they're way ahead. I mean, they were the same sort of dummies available prelaunch for the iphone ten are that that were the tennis that are smuggled out of the plants and use to make early manufacturing cases. And we still don't see them. And it's it's perplexing. I really is. I don't understand I feel like. I thought I saw well like pattern quill is one of my favorites. And they thought they had a good ten our case. But they're pricey. I I just can't believe why they would not have them yet..
"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Sorts of stuff room detail showroom detailed somebody's car detailed the interior Dexter. And you don't have to have a Mazda for that. Those are all great Christmas gifts but Mazda car play right now. Three hundred and sixty nine dollars installed, plus tax, of course. But it makes a nice gift. And speaking of liking, and I I don't like to talk about our products before they come out and hit the market. But but I've got to talk about it a little bit. Because basically it's been in an evolutionary redesign on it. But just this past Wednesday. The twenty nine thousand nine Mazda was presented at the Los Angeles auto show and the car's got some amazing changes. They come inside. And behind the scenes Mazda is going to have the new high compression sky ActiveX on that car later in the year, the initial models won't have it. But it's got large infotainment screen. Now, they now this is amazing. And I don't know much about it because Mazda and talk to us about it. But we'll learn about it soon because that car one hit until probably February or March. But there's an available infrared driver monitoring system. And like all of our other cars now the x five x nine the Mazda six it's going to be quieter than ever on the highway. They they say they're gonna have all wheel drive available in the Mazda three I didn't know that. But this is according to the automotive press, and you know, when you look at the sedan. It's it's a bit more refined than the current sedan. And you look at I told you what I saw the car Mazda national dealers meeting in Chicago a few weeks ago that that car gave me a very Audi escort. Look, it looked like an Audi and a lot of ways, especially when you look at it from the rear, but like you say, it's it's modified on what it was. But the hatchback. Yeah. Dynamically new and pictures of it are out there on the web. And so far the press to the press is loving the car, interior wise, they say, basically, it's a version of what's in the new Mazda. Six dashboard has an eight point h white screen. Got a lot of things the cars coming it's gotten unbelievable press. Anyway, here we are fifty minutes after the hour. And you know, what that means? Don't you ready to take another break? We do have to take another break. I wish you'd go to the bathroom before the show Savell rating needs to go. So we're gonna take a quick break. And we'll be right back with more square talk on cars, Venus,.
Crude Oil Futures Plunge Four Percent
"Futures are heading lower ahead of the expiration of the November US Brent crude contract west Texas intermediate crude for delivery in November falling forty eight cents sixty dollars and sixty four cents a barrel on the nook Mercantile Exchange. Prices heads ready as high as sixty nine dollars and sixty five cents with the expiration of November contract and today's settlement contributing to volatility December west Texas crude which will become the contract, shedding forty two cintas six eight thousand eighty six cents a barrel. Global benchmarks December. Brent crude declining by fifty five saints instead of nine dollars and twenty three cents a barrel on the ICPD's Europe exchange in other energy trade in November gasoline, losing one point four percent. A dollar in eighty nine cents a gallon while November heating oil is less than zero point one percent higher
"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Trades at sixty nine dollars and seventy two cents a barrel. What's next for crude Julian Leon oil strategist for Bloomberg news joins us from London. Julian what are the implications for increased sanctions against Iran and the price of crude oil. Well, I think that we are going to see further declines in Iranian production and Iranian exports. We've already seen as of the first half of September those flows coming out of Iran are down by around about a million barrels a day from where they were eight Pearl dots. The last full month before President Trump announced that he was pulling the US after the Iran nuclear deal in the sanctions would snap back. So we've lost a million barrels a day. And we're still a month and a half away from the date at which those sanctions are to be fully implemented. So I think over the next six weeks. So so we will lose more Iranian oil. We could lease easily another half a million barrels a day, if you look at what he's still going to Europe to Japan and places like Turkey and India who even if they don't fully stop buying Iranian oil are likely to start trimming the amount that they purchase. So Julian let's take a setback here. Because the broader picture is that oil is going off line in Venezuela. It's going offline in Iran, and there is a question of whether Saudi Arabia and Russia some of the biggest producers in the world are willing to increase their production to offset the declines that we're seeing in Venezuela as well as Iran's. I'm wondering from your perspective. Gee, you think that Russia and Saudi Arabia are? Willing to produce more or do they want to see the price rise to increase their profits to shore up there? I'm thinking particularly of Russia. I don't think they do particularly want to see the price rise. I think they are fairly content with the the sort of level that we see at the moment. Yeah. Absolutely. I think the question is not so much whether they want to increase production as to whether they are able to increase production Saudi Arabia's producing about ten point four million barrels a day at the moment that was our estimate for August. It's never produced more than ten point six ten point seven. So it's getting close to not the theoretical limit of its capacity. But certainly the if you like the tested level of its capacity. We don't know how much beyond that it can go Russia too. I think has increased its production since the early part of this year when it was abiding by the deal reached with OPEC their all minister has said they can add another three hundred thousand barrels a day by the end of this year. But again that is taking into uncharted territory for full post-soviet, Russia and the Russian government. Itself. I think it was the the economy minister came out earlier earlier today, there finance minister who said that the break even price that Russia needs to balance his budget for twenty nine thousand nine hundred forty dollars a barrel now. Yes, they'd like more than that. Because they would like to pay down some of that debt and build up. A sort of a rainy day fund. So they'd like more than forty, but I think both Saudi Arabia and Russia all very aware that when prices get too high demand starts to suffer and both of these countries want to be exporting oil and selling oil into the market for the long-term future. Truly and just a little bit more on Iran. They don't just export crude they also export condensate. This is that super light oil that's used in the petrochemical industry. Tell us about condensate and the potential buyers or those that are no longer buyers. Condensate is is interesting this time around because eight was excluded from the sanctions when they were enacted under President Obama, President Trump has made it very clear that he expects buyers to stop. Buying both. Crude and condensates condensate saw a you'd like a much smaller pool of supply. There are fewer produces off condensates essentially, a very light liquid that comes out of gas fields. The biggest buyer a Iranian condensate by far is South Korea. They have already stopped the last ship carrying Iranian condensate to South Korea left. I think in July. It arrived in early August may have been June July that it arrived. But certainly for the last month or to South Korea has not bought any Iranian condensate that causes a problem for South Korea. In terms of finding alternative sources of supply one of the one of the things is that Iranian condensate is is quite high in sulfur. This is a a. An element that has to be removed from the condensate to make it consistent with product specifications. So it also makes it cheaper. Well, Jillian Lee we're gonna have to follow up on that next time we have to leave it there. Jalili Bloomberg oil strategist coming to us from London. Definitely an interesting moment where we have Brent crude climbing back up toward eighty dollars a barrel, and we'll see how that factors into both consumer prices as well as the political calculus right now, let's head over to.
Chicago Board Of Trade, Nymex and Chicago discussed on WBBM Morning News
"Goods from the CME in Chicago as p futures down four points. Nasdaq futures down twelve Dow futures down seventeen. Nymex crude is higher by three quarters of one percent at sixty nine dollars fifty cents a barrel. At the Chicago Board of trade corn is down one and three quarters since weight is up two and three
Chicago, Chicago Board Of Trade and Gina Cervetti discussed on WBBM Morning News
"And pen. Felicia good morning. The futures are edging a bit higher here from the CNN Chicago s and p futures are up three. Nasdaq futures are up thirteen Dow futures are up thirty nine x crude is down one point three percent at sixty nine dollars forty four cents a barrel. At the Chicago Board of
Dow slumps to start September trade
"Good morning. The futures are pointing to a lower Wall Street opened this morning with trade in focus from the CME in Chicago s and p futures are down nine points. Nasdaq futures down twenty-seven Dow futures down one hundred eight NYMEX crude is lower by one point three percent this morning just below sixty nine dollars a barrel. At the Chicago. Board of trade corn is unchanged weight is up for and a half cents. Soybeans her down three quarters overseas. European markets are slipping after Asian markets closed lower today, the broader US equity market was down a bit yesterday. As Wall Street reopened after the long Labor Day weekend. The s&p was down almost five points or about two tenths percent to twenty eight ninety seven the Dow was little change to lower slipping twelve points to twenty five thousand nine fifty two. The NASDAQ fell eighteen or two tenths to eight thousand. And ninety one the wintrust WB B M Chicago index from Bloomberg was up just over a tenth of a percent, led by r r Donnelley and sons after the stock received an upgrade to buy from an analyst at Buckingham
U.S. Army Corps stands by permit for Dakota Access oil pipeline
"The US army corps of engineers completed more than a year of additional study of the Dakota. Access oil pipeline saying the work substantiated it's earlier determination that. The pipeline poses no significant environmental threats a US district judge had ruled that the core largely complied with environmental. Law permitting the energy transfers partners pipeline but the judge Moore study because he said the agency didn't adequately consider how an oil spill under the Missouri river, might affect the standing rock Sioux tribe but the course set in his filing Friday that the chance of an oil spill is low in that minority and low. Income populations are not at greater
Dow Jones Industrial Average: Stocks end mostly higher
"News time six twenty four time to check your money It was a very successful. Month of August contrary to some popular belief that you should sell in. May go away until the, kids are back in school and. Everything turns to normal this was really a very very good month that. We had the Dow. Jones industrials average gained two point two percent or five hundred forty. Nine point the Standard Poor's average SB five hundred. Was at three percent
Cody Wilson speaks out on selling blueprints for 3D-printed guns after court order
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Cardinal O'Malley, Bloomberg and Governor Baker discussed on WBZ Morning News
"News. With Bloomberg's Andrew o.'day on this Wednesday morning. The futures in the green relatively flat. Except for the NASDAQ Little bit higher we're going, to say right now SAP futures are up about half. Points Dow, futures up seven NASDAQ futures looking a little more alive is he say Josh up about fifteen the government
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"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show
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"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on WCHS
"Sixty nine dollars ten cents on new york on tuesday the stock had fallen in recent weeks on concern about demand for the flagship iphone ten apple's suppliers also compl climbed following the results now this little sentence here the stock had fallen in recent weeks on concern about demand there wasn't any lack of demand you people in the media created the concern you created the impression that there was no demand for the iphone ten and now you're right about it as though it happened without you have anything to do with it the stock had fallen in recent weeks on concern about demand what concern there wouldn't have been any concern if you people in the media had not raised it this guy mark gherman specifically crafted a story about slower display panel segment growth samsung here's samsung makes the led screen for the iphone ten and samsung reported in their quarterly earnings that they had not sold as many led panels as they had expected an immediate said see it's the iphone ten nobody's buying the iphone ten well that's not what samsung said samsung said that the high end segment of their own ed panel business was healthy as ever that's the iphone segment it was samsung's own displays for their phones it didn't sell it was the samsung galaxy s nine note s nine they didn't sell in in volume expected the iphone ten did to arrive at the conclusion that samsung had reported news that look bad for the iphone bloomberg had to avoid mentioning that samsung itself had stated both its own lab and conventional led panel just businesses had been impacted by slow demand and.
"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To that sixty nine dollars handle gold at thirteen hundred fifty two slipping a little here this morning all right two and a half minutes past the hour douglas to you well shares in elko were up nearly four percent in late us trading at the aluminum maker is boosting its earnings forecast for the entire year and the company cited us sanctions on the largest russian aluminum producer is one of the factors bloomberg's joe doe tells us alcoa is also citing events in china and brazil for its good fortune they expanded their deficit expectations for aluminum based on the fact that they do believe that the chinese are not producing as much as maybe people were expecting them to china obviously the biggest producer on the globe they produce like fifty percent of the total aluminum in the world so the fact that they're not expanding as quickly as expected that's that's a big deal and that we should point out too that aluminum prices were at a six year high in the london session incidentally alcoa has a joint venture with australia's alumina and alcoa has a part of its conference call with analysts said the company is leaving the door open to sell more of that alumina joint venture on the open market alumina in the australian session higher by about eight percent juliette well facebook is filming a team to design its on ships limburg's markham and says facebook wants to be in charge of its destiny they want to build their own chipsets in order to become more vertically integrated they want to work on their upcoming products earlier they want to really be in charge of their future in the way to do that is to own the core components apple of course it started shipping its own ships and uses them in many product lines in google has developed its own a chip as well well to carry trade in both hong kong dollar and.
"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on WGIR-AM
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"sixty nine dollars" Discussed on WTMA
"Sixty nine dollars ninety nine cents a year and that's good for one user okay if that's what you your needs are word excel powerpoint one note outlook publisher access one dry skype is well one user with one phone or tablet and then you can go to the home in student version but is just a one time purchase on that 100 and forty nine dollars 95 sent word excel powerpoint one note that's it as all you get and that version okay this doesn't include your updates and so forth is a strictly you buy it you put it on the computer and the next version of comes out you bite again for those of you that are in a home environment it i i can't i don't know how you can beat this deal nine nine dollars a year in put it on up five you know those five users that's that is pretty awesome and the next time a new version comes out you get the go to it as well if you look at their options says compare options you could see all the benefits you get with the subscription of which you'll pay through the nose get even remotely close to that if you try to buy a copy of office in and get all these up great features and so forth now in the business option is a little bit different okay in the business option this you buy one copy for one computer for one user i should say for one user that user can have multiple devices and that coppi can be use are multiple devices it gets a little complicated with a subscription around that but just let me give you kind of an idea of what you get there so they have three three plans basically here that you can pick pick there's more than three but for them for the most part just look at what you see on site on their site you get a fivedollar month plan and that's when you going to get to use applications but you don't get the download those applications to the computer that you're using you use them online i don't like the online where i'm using word out of.