Ep. 1410: IBM's Watson is our new computer Overlord
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Obviously one of the hottest things happening is the kind of followed in the aftermath of the jeopardy challenge with the Watson wants him IBM's Watson destroyed.
Seed -- -- If you guys are watching it and Jennings and Brad router were pretty much.
Going to throw their beepers that outer banks face that he cries and when I -- -- -- hoping.
-- -- a lot today go back and watch if they cried yes though the -- -- totals that.
And finished of the event IBM's Watson ended up with -- seven a 1147. Dollars Ken Jennings had 24000 and rudder ended up with when he 1600.
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Could take over on the answer was Bram Stoker but then in -- -- disease he wrote I for one welcome our new computer over lords.
The is that these if you guys want that -- or -- -- -- -- haven't seen -- these guys were frustrated she take that -- -- -- you could see them trying to hit the buzzer.
And every time they thought you it was almost like they swore they hit it at the right time.
Watson -- school of man thought and I I've read that booted them the Watson -- having actual buzzer.
Like advantage over in the actual reflexes need that --
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On in our thing article that talks about kind of the mechanics of that light -- that from now when you can you know.
Answer the question but humans can actually anticipate when the light is about to switch on where Watson.
Essentially as the wait for that split moment.
For the but -- like the switch on weakness though technique.
-- technically the humans had an advantage but it didn't matter though what -- gonna do with 77000. Dollars lol he's not gonna do anything about it but there -- basically the that when you came in first.
Place armed U they'll war board was one million dollars and and half of that goes to charity.
Not correct and -- human ya and if so contains ended up like with the 300000 dollar prize to charity.
Brad writer can pursue -- acting -- -- more.
Which is what he's doing now after -- -- -- -- -- humanity is ultimately benefited -- from this.
Robot until and you have taken -- -- it was hits that you you -- he was the I think he and -- lake.
At least -- for the town of for the -- to but it was pretty -- -- -- the audience can do better than computers located in the emotion today.
I want you can't see like if there were emoticons or -- -- the -- dean or like looking at the guys like.
If you -- -- the movie moon. Having.
No no video quality is there something that you know maybe people in the chat room of their ought to like that's like adding that with a robot that I had no it's mine. In the -- that it -- -- -- the next generation Watson 2.0 emoticon.
Yeah I mean I have to watch every episode I was amazed by its I'm I'm curious what the final ratings were for -- because.
They said something like on -- was one of the most watched episodes at eight point seven million viewers analysis the intro Watson's though we don't it's -- going to -- -- -- -- reduced catch up on American Gladiators feel good about -- --
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Mr. that would then you have to just figure out what you know how high taxes that it yet as a blonde with it -- particularly want could be based algorithms and no way from here now I just want Armas in competition with.
Where words were street and Apple which.
If you haven't tried those machines that pretty -- and -- -- -- with computers well parallel trade sorry I want to feel good about myself.
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Companies are right also maybe feeling good about themselves Sony is rolling out their curiosity. Digital music product this is gonna be their music -- --
Product that will be available on there.
Devices such as places to be -- via TVs and Blu-ray disc home players.
The subscription service will be ten dollars a month.
-- get access to music from all the four major labels and six million tracks it'll be streamed from Sony servers to devices the one thing right now though that is a little panic.
Curious. Is that with the Q is that.
They don't have any plan at least for them for the mobile properly so that will be coming sit and wait and see but.
At the moment it's kind of just all for in your home.
And all I think the other problem they can't face is how no one can spell the dam need help I get out.
My eyes can't even put the the letters together is QRIOS.
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Process -- trail outcry is coming hello concert engine optimization.
It doesn't even make sense yes so on -- we know that everywhere you went out of words that might use as brand name the slugger Alex that when you start misspelling of the night as well let's never -- the end they would allow definitely worth --
Man has a hard one.
The there are obviously trying to be an iTunes challenger. The head of the operation who is Tim -- who used to work for Apple and on in in iTunes.
He's mentions how the model of music is changing and people really are.
Downloading music as much anymore and we can have as little -- US support that this is kind of the in photograph of the day.
From business insider called the chart of the day and this is the death.
Of the music industry -- it -- you can see the growth of the eight track.
And this is an if you look at the left hand column this is in billions of dollars in how progress.
LP in the EP the tape the talk about the tapes hitting around you know just under five billion and in the CD yet its heyday around 2001.
Probably -- near fifteen billion dollars.
But then as it drops down you can see that even digital purchases or digital music sales.
Are our slow been significantly.
Everyone wants to know why it's happening and like mine.
Personal theory which is gonna -- -- out here is that people are just they have this so many different ways to be distracted now like I feel like.
Music as a part of our culture collectively sadly. Is just not.
At the forefront the way used to be with like.
Its only other options for people to get invested in I mean to -- thinking about video on demand now.
Being -- thinking about apps in the culture absent people that the east to be assessed with their iPods.
And music and -- -- -- with the experience to have on your portable gadget.
Now think it's so many other things he can obsess over it and deal with -- pick up your time but not even -- like how even interact with Internet what is the what is the most viral thing that people talk about now YouTube videos right when he used to be.
Did you hear that song that -- got music video that's in -- a lot of those.
Video wants videos on YouTube are music media and sell -- some some of them are that yes I mean if cover -- it's like a cliche now but it's like if you want that though the best free streaming music service it ain't anywhere is to make its YouTube --
Close your eyes and and then packet and that's what it.
A it's like people don't think about it that way but absolutely -- slate if you're if you're a musician doing anything right now -- you don't have like your catalog in Munich in YouTube form.
Some -- gonna do it for you but -- first of -- which is kind of hilarious and then.
-- you're just not getting the exposure to repair the line.
I also feel like a lot of these let people who but that you cute kitten cute they all -- the same record for each of these Ottawa and an -- -- -- that I.
The music industry's been saying all along that you're only buying the right to the music right not actual music without and so at about the right of the music and action should extend across -- function I.
I think there's there's logic to that but I don't think this is malicious is that if people -- a grudge against ignorance like look and it's got.
It used to be this world where is like that have any games and apps that engage Myanmar right I think the same world where before there is cable TV you have liking known network TV just watch what was gone up and think we're not in that network TV world anymore for music witnessed so much for people to do on these devices.
That you now.
That the competition for mental -- the first iPhone came out and there is like.
For -- buttons are five buttons.
-- like well I can look at maps I could check my email and may also listen to music -- that seems like a viable entertaining thing to do.
And balance like you got pages of -- and yet I'm gonna do that so much competing -- years.
The lot of noise so will this be successful for Sony obviously Sony has -- ecosystem.
Other Sony can of their PlayStation store and their plug -- that it's -- -- devices that you have a pool of 350 million Internet connected devices out there right now so at least.
They have some sort of launching pad this is -- just like a blind let's just throw out a streaming service and people diesel storefront.
Will be as successful especially when your tighten -- iTunes and Google probably coming -- there streaming music service solutions.
I would guess with in this year.
And something like spot by coming nobody has hopefully by -- you're -- will see up balls up but ultimately Sony.
Is pushing this out on it is available in parts of Europe including the UK France Germany Italy and Spain.
They'll be launching soon in the US.
Australia New Zealand and well within a safe spot -- spot -- I can read that and had -- I'm -- but also kind of a fault of a story where we talked about.
-- and iTunes if their music service itself gained momentum this is act act is classic McDonald's in the studio.
Sony is -- officially that they do not have any plans.
On -- banning iTunes on the -- at the quote was kind of taken out of context CO -- -- said Sony music as I understand has no intention -- drive from iTunes.
The one of our biggest -- the digital Maine which they should say.
And I think those were -- to -- out of context to the person.
Who spoke them or the person is but the -- -- -- -- -- -- no brainer like we love to go to keep all the money we make off of music and having had a splitting with Apple.
A bit of -- but it's not gonna happen now another cool us only news everyone get a tablet game -- looks like Sony is potentially going to be released scene.
Are more rumors show a Sony S one PlayStation tablet as an exclusive on the from engadget now don't.
Don't I think my savings this drive and -- and -- the exclusive -- rendered dried here I'm gonna get it is a competitive in the garage now.
Indicates the incredible industrial design but you know we've all we've all -- so much fun and have obviously this is a tablet that they're working on on it will be a honeycomb.
Three obviously Android three point -- tablet.
It'll it supports sporting some sort of -- wrapped design.
The rap metal design making it easier to not only hold but also prop up both -- a nine point or a napkin.
-- -- -- both in the nine point four inch 1280 by 800 pixel touch screen.
Tegra two processor.
On dual cameras are mentioned one of the back one of the front but Smithsonian dead in their putting their foot into the tablet game -- -- and a little bit like the last meter.
Manufactured to get on the -- parties even announce something so good I'm glad and it is kind of smart from the -- they look.
Honeycomb is perfect for us to finally kind of get going in -- tablet game.
And we're gonna try to do -- right and stunning speed hardware so hopefully this'll be a cool product yet -- labels to trying to.
Refer people -- this will be a PlayStation. Sony certified products so looks like they're gonna try and put it with in the PlayStation brand.
And will come loaded with --
They mention of potentially some PlayStation one games -- access to not only the PlayStation store front but also the curiosity music service.
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And they're hoping that people switch over.
Well and also just in pampered you -- -- the problem. Non entities and talked about but you know what can you can you follow the rundown.
And at that -- -- it -- -- -- very well this particular as though there's a lot we have a list of Hillary's and thank you yet.
Back -- we were talking.
That Sony following another Sony story because that -- in the Sony block Donald okay.
Sony will be made an official statement regarding the PS3 -- mentioned devices and alma pirated software this is the statement. Basically.
For -- -- -- paraphrase that.
If you are found to have a -- -- -- that has been hacked or is using a jailbreak or or is running unauthorized or pirates offer any kind -- Sony.
Will have act and sorry people -- back to the PlayStation network and access to the other services will be terminated permanently. So your account.
Your name your information that's -- -- all playstations services and their network will be killed.
Because until the hackers forgotten escalating amnesty human -- yeah I mean its -- just a matter of Sony's systems via the tech if you have you know -- -- -- not if you're running through this stuff there.
There arguing and obviously that this.
Affects the performance on the network they don't want cheaters you know -- -- this -- the more you know having -- -- there are advantages in the gaming realm and really -- is don't want their games to be.
Pirated or copied and which are alternate lines but people on that machine it's absolutely. They absolutely make the connection to the network.
-- any kind of feel like you now you're now you're on our turf.
They are ruled by.
Still pretty harsh -- -- banned for life.
Then -- also means Sony's been known for when they released even software updates defeated an update the software at one players other than.
You basically use -- Sony PlayStation on the network before they've taken this hard line approach in the past has been -- with such a big problem for them.
Yet you -- I -- better I think once it became a public -- and it was like.
Completely you know distribute on YouTube and all these sites -- springing up about it with in the past month.
Andy decided to act on it and take hardline because before they -- and here too much about PlayStation and people were trying but.
It wasn't the easiest thing -- now bullet or five years now.
So off select Blu-ray burners and the -- until now.
Yeah I mean how many people you really have backed the Blu-ray burners now not a problem -- my crew that night you could not your posse --
-- right -- we'll get back your posse -- -- -- the story that you had mentioned before after this break.
Out of a of them trying to go for any other you know if you moderate you know it actually hear -- and -- that happen.
I hang on outside is get excited about music services man.
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Alright back the story is identical to -- our own editor. With his privacy -- blog.
Put -- last night on that the FBI is -- to announce new.
Their new net wiretapping push -- we kind of alluded to this before in the past but the FBI was expected today.
To reveal that because the rise of web based email and social network that it's increasingly -- able to conduct that the -- surveillance that would be.
Advantageous for them on cellular and traditional that they used to be -- -- on cellular.
Traditional cell phones so what they're doing is there have an issue where they where it's called going dark where essentially -- try to track down people or follow their Internet behavior activities.
They can't get access to their formation because I'm content providers or you know people like Comcast or Skype or service for -- -- well content service and -- providers.
Don't have back doors that cure rate this -- over long periods of time.
Those Indiana and is like Mexico range near can be suddenly -- it was run from the border -- get all get on the Internet me cant track you down next stops.
Via surrogate -- -- -- -- -- It's just like Mexico just like Mexico.
So anyways there really put keynote one of the ways that they want you know help police.
Get more access their arms wiretap orders done but they -- to be able to conduct surveillance. Of our web based email social networking sites and peer to peer.
Communications technology. They and a Holley wanted to be at least as in the know -- think everyone as Google and FaceBook that your personal client yet.
And we thought we talked about this in the past and -- just to the Internet exists doesn't mean you can get access to everything I do.
I -- they're using this as a tool obviously I understand they still do you have the ability to you on a lease with the war it.
Might go into your house condensed and install light within a -- obviously like.
Key log you know software on your computer when you're not home to and a track your activities there but it's in other situations or other cases -- at the all the bread crumbs that.
-- is done on the Internet that they can't that their -- cases and a cold and not.
I concede two -- to this one is if you really want if you really believe -- FBI's mission to like protect our nation might.
Being a Big Brother -- -- I'd say okay you're Big Brother to protect us. It makes sense that they would need to -- -- have pat Dorsey and -- he got everything that's gone especially in our increasingly Internet based culture.
And -- side of that and like the department of what could go wrong.
You know having a back door to everyone's personal information at -- -- -- for the backbone of the entire Internet and it's been out to just tap that.
Yes by and -- -- when everyone's doing.
Could be used against us you know and also has a -- BR to our benefit.
And also when you're -- about how we're planning on moving even more toward the cloud mean I mean you know that that's a direct flight --
If we certainly -- -- cloud where we don't even sort these files locally on our own computers that an FBI agent or someone could look at and that's likes.
-- this little thing on here.
They can act -- -- I mean that's how things are evolving it's had to think badly that the -- wiretapping guys who think really didn't capping man line phones.
Unite with tap their phone computing announcements and all know is making phone calls anyway I got levees overlord. And you can do really good if -- really -- does that make commodity.
-- need something.
So and -- -- -- so we'll see how you know how the -- obviously it does have to be passed by congress.
But it is in the works and they are putting out essentially like there official proposal sometime today.
I'm -- right so we'll see what happens.
I are right on minister that I was extremely excited I don't -- -- -- -- talk about it anymore and it appears that Google's music service. Arm or Google launched competitor with home.
With the upgrade to Android -- last.
On at mobile world congress Motorola's mobility. Chief executive sun's Jack and it's either -- Arjuna.
I don't wanna miss -- -- -- it all all --
So like he was talking about Motorola zoom and he said.
If you look at the Google mobile services today there's a video service there's a music service. That is there will be a music also all.
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-- being in the works for a long time there's even thought that them that honeycomb event -- -- a few weeks back that I was in the party announcement means to do like a little easier on your yeah I was trying to is trying to get information on that you posed the question -- why it is introduced mass that the PR like.
Hey now the featured a send me any updates on anything honeycomb related in math.
It might be new music service and doing a lot of this -- and in me tells us imagine at -- and the -- now is currently --
Whatever you say Don and he did he can run out of -- and screening -- Leo and now I mean it is pretty common knowledge that.
That they've been working on trying to get --
You know solid competitor especially now and I think -- do they knew. That.
Well I mean their first effort with the try to like me the music highest musical -- your Google search right where.
User for abandoning our song title and -- this music search results of pop up.
That we're kind prioritize where they're beaming like rhapsody or at the time streaming full song Malan and an apples like.
Picked up while on it and it disappeared for those that have burned -- schools like little -- -- kind of like.
Get that music streaming down -- game. And -- especially since they know Apple's calendar pocket and it probably.
Working on something -- -- really bring music back to the forefront.
I am sure they know they have also this -- -- tablets and mobile devices are concerned it's like one of the things that Android is not that -- had yet compared to Apple.
Which is an iTunes music service like -- music service that remembers what your purchase design.
Containment of the by itself. Could do it who will make my -- my interest --
May get interest in also other -- think things -- -- cloud services and cloud based services we talked about last week Koppel is potentially potentially working on a smaller phone.
On that would stream content to the device through their MobileMe service at some currently there -- 99 -- service where.
Yeah you got access to a year's -- of emails and contacts and in the storage certain storage based things as well -- new details on cult of Mac this is -- -- and an exclusive. From their source that mobile me.
Is looking to be more than just a digital locker.
So they're they're looking to make it more of a broad service that includes. -- -- guys -- a live video streaming service like you stream.
A location based check in system like go wallow or foursquare.
In addition to -- geo tagging system code named tokens that tag is real world locations kind of like FaceBook places.
On steroids so they're looking you can emerge all of these into. Up page or kind of a landing page that would.
Not only -- you know profile what you're doing -- you're going but represents your.
Mobile me. I think -- you did.
You wanna -- and didn't have a name that there have been.
Token felt like I think it token that if things I'd call me happy happy it happened but it would be the the key thing about this is that at least for.
Everyone that has mobile meter knows -- mean.
Most people feel like they don't get their money's worth audit they're paying any nine dollars a year.
Also if you guys go to Amazon you can always buy pervasive sixty dollars -- -- because lot of people you know put -- for lower price but.
-- never felt like you getting your full value -- if they already have those locked in subscribers and --
Those are a lot of times the loyal Mac heads and and then like they've done before with their other devices you get that loyal base and if the service is good enough they'll tell their friends and maybe people.
Jump on army that'll make -- these services free but.
In the day you know if this was part of it I mean honestly uses much I'm not -- -- in gotten but that generation that has all about it about it well.
And it's also the -- that Google needs a serious discussion to us -- and -- everyone's been looking for them to do with -- acquisition is to make a music.
Blocker in a cloud that works as well as solid -- -- this fingerprint your collection. And give you all those tracks to stream on demand that whatever device here the aren't.
It just seems -- -- -- easy slam dunk for them to have pulled into the service that it's like the one thing that they haven't really officially integrated in the area.
Yeah we'll we'll see how this goes because I think more than anything with Apple's -- -- -- a lot of acquisitions Michael ala.
They acquired this on links here he which has kind of like the voice command -- if you would pose a question -- -- final information they acquired them and so think improvements that out because really there OS is still behind Android from served from specific feature that maps the voice search and things like this film -- -- -- Seattle shakes out.
But that that's what's happening over there are now also be -- -- Macs and how they're doing from a hardware standpoint.
On Mac growth has outpaced the market for the nineteenth straight quarter this is -- in all things digital.
The Mac has been on -- -- basically so. Mac shipments grew 23 point 5% for the month.
When you talk about how the entire PC industry or market growth the -- 3.4 percent.
So there'll what over almost -- over seven times the size that but then when you also break it down -- the global or home consumer market.
Max posted shipment growth of seventeen point 1%. While the broader market posted a decline reign of point 6%.
That's pretty crazy how.
Know what explains that you know I wonder if that's partly because.
Like halo fat people giving people who were not typical typically Mac customers getting and I owner ipodder.
Apple TV Sunday night and into an experienced men kind of a little let me give -- -- -- Mac -- -- -- -- -- dislike.
The fact that the decline news.
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I'm likely to say that -- partly because.
If a lot people are sitting on their computers in there are refreshing and out from their not a question of whatever I and that there's still that influx of news like young customers college kids all the people who are -- -- -- is getting Macs because that's the sexy when to go down.
And getting better if you -- Macs are constantly refreshing that I know whereas he sees you don't really need.
Getting your Windows 7 though kicking ass as an authority held habitat volunteers on the.
Yes so if your time on Apple hardware doing well just another sign of how will still be doing well in their other realms Apple's security -- -- -- digitized secured about 60%.
Of global touch panel capacity causing a tight supply straight constraints for other manufacturers who wanna get in the game.
Ul Apple -- did this with the memory game when they were talking about iPad and not -- that's -- iPods. And iphones where.
The memories supplies worldwide release -- because Apple blocked on all these agreements you know their margins are high --
Their margins on their parts I and they have always tight agreements with -- me back -- so now this is affecting like you know -- OEM partners for other companies -- want to get into the touch panel game.
It's an interesting like.
Learn -- -- like for a as far as far as -- monopolizing.
By. Particular product categories and badly isn't a monopoly when you buy up all the components used.
To make it that you don't see manufacture them like.
It's not like that kind of vertical monopoly but it's still like you -- using -- giant you know.
Waves of money -- -- like secure your position because the other remaining 40% not only is in the competitive to get you know the different touch panels but like they're gonna be priced higher probably to.
For all the little companies and -- try to get him that had -- -- any of their products.
Than me paying more for them to the new drive at the prices what are the product.
It's at NASA the idea it's pretty smart yeah -- that the of that.
The article mentions how several -- Branson the Samsung Acer HP -- -- -- attorney.
The smaller -- -- suppliers to help them you know.
Cover their bases for their product line but its is that -- component where I was -- the pre show how Tim Cook who is now currently I guess the data -- operating.
I don't know if he's titled the CO nobody's taking care the data -- operations.
Of Apple he was largely responsible. For locking down those deals on earlier when -- -- components and the memory and this is just.
Kind of his signature or his his imprint on how they've operated from a business standpoint and -- this is it smart.
The app -- in -- do.
And I it's it's ugly it's like the ugly side of money but also the brilliant strategy.
It is part it is all right you shouldn't -- China.
You know about -- it -- the entire route is like I hears all the money you need China and now you make stuff for us.
Maps layer that sits at the Donald did business strategy at this -- go one step ahead.
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Yes Latvia are right here of the quake hits the red box digital you guys are familiar with the service that.
On the owned by -- Coinstar they're the ones with the dvd -- -- kiosks on that also now have Blu-ray disc and recently started putting in videogames they're -- if confirmed that they're gearing up to challenge Netflix had to.
To head with their own digital sooner. It's.
Am competing directly with Netflix and they should just be happy get Netflix is sloppy seconds.
You know getting out of the -- natural death.
You know game yeah they look this funny money being made in -- that backed company that still don't give people -- up the red box -- said.
They'll be looking for a digital service launch with a partner they haven't identified it.
People familiar with it feel that cut they've confirmed that Amazon.com is in talks with them let you know we'll see how that'll --
I don't know if there's space for I mean Netflix has a stranglehold not only that red box would have to get their product.
On all those devices the hardware the -- locked down all the agreements like it's a law if they're only looking if they're looking -- with Amazon.
And the the brand for digital distribution. You know through Amazon which to me doesn't make sense and don't they already kind of have at least an established name and Amazon's established themselves --
They have a brand name that is literally talking about the red box that you find at the 7-Eleven that you even if they get your desk like.
Netflix Phillies as like a more of at least from the -- the demeans a little bit more -- as well that's not a sex the tank and technologically advanced kind of brand either you know it's like.
You don't wanna put a red box thing in your PS3.
Q what you know you Netflix all right they've got some -- -- that got some. No momentum behind him and boxer little trash.
So we'll see we'll see how that goes but that that's one of those things coming and also if you guys have checked out Google's search.
On the economies and improvements to their social search products of this is pretty sweet on the announce those sometime in.
2009. But so the truth they've made now is.
A Kate personally got to penetrate your social grabber. Link your Google profile to you know things like your Twitter FaceBook but what's neat about it is -- search for terms.
On something like -- Mount Kilimanjaro or The Daily Show you'll see like a little you know.
I -- picture of your friends that have either -- the link common though the link just because it just so it's kind of a reference to.
You know people that are looking for the same stuff that you're looking and you might just click on -- -- -- like --
They're doing what I do now I think is as scary as it sounds to link up Google all of your social networks out.
I do you think it it does work in the sense of Google acting as like you the replacement for your memory we like where did I hear about that thing about the idea that on FaceBook -- hear that on Twitter with.
That's all that Kilimanjaro. In -- pictures somewhere.
Was -- man who can might look your friendship that free one Twitter here's the link -- Google alerting -- by Linda.
And the you know there's gonna learn more because -- friend recommendations and things like that you know it's that it's better than search and aren't alone okay also on -- -- --
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It's I don't know if he's here yet but he is traveling into San Cisco this Thursday out Thursday even --
On this according to ABC news to.
Have kind of -- sit down with some of the tech luminaries of the Silicon Valley including Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
Who will chief executive Eric Schmidt and Mark Zuckerberg.
The meeting of the minds -- -- -- again.
Movie and it has its beak and the four horsemen yes so the president in the business leaders there there to kind of discussion.
Promoting American innovation and we know if there's -- but it's innovate in the most of the technology sector but you have enough that's where bread -- -- -- right now.
I guess them the only thing we're beaten.
It's right goal making plenty of money how to him it's not it's not about wiretap and now I thought I feel they're gonna jet pack hopefully the last Steve Jobs government line --
-- -- -- -- -- I'm ball when I'm -- for iPhone five.
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An amazing story. Amazing. The Philadelphia has -- rate.
Sarah Cisco we don't that we don't have really is that you but Detroit always looking for something bigger and brighter in -- right.
They have raised thanks to a 50000. Dollar fund raised by kick starter the motor city will be getting its own --
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Robocop nothing welcomes you to a city more than -- and robotic. Op.
When he got -- Q so this this whole thing started when Detroit's mayor Dave being -- -- and Vienna apartment.
He shot down to suggest that more people wanted -- -- robot cops that he did improve the city's image size and so every -- cycle going trades like no way no way he's like no this is not gonna happen so.
Essentially takes --
Create a fund with over 1500. Donations they raise the 50000 dollars.
It looks like now they're talking -- organizers to the city.
And from the mayor's office the find a suitable location.
It's -- build the -- the.
And -- yes yes man hello America business go -- while at the thing about that those are the thoughts such as --
I live -- I -- now.
Now and I remembered by distilling -- as a menacing. Snatch YouTube but the thing -- -- -- hard.
As a hardcore city but it Phyllis lake.
You can work against that a little bit you -- you could get a little more fluffy on they can get like a giant -- robot or something the kind of but it and this I understand the pride of by the Detroit the fictional -- look at character donations that repeats donations to the Robocop statue Poland will continue until March between night.
To ensure that the statue is.
As -- and included as possible. And to try.
All the things you -- nearly 50000 dollars I'm not here to knock on the -- I've been there.
It's not a destination spotless without LA.
I -- in the minutes any crime unit nicely really.
You guys have 50000 dollars that -- just been like about digital television and -- out -- school district does well what -- the eight mile you know I -- put it put in their side uses this route eighty -- -- happens right now to make that I don't have money for your public schools anymore.
Here take this mutant giant jug of you know I'm not -- them.
Gatorade down -- -- look out statute and sit tight for a few and I haven and happily we're talking about a fictional movie -- robot this is unprecedented I don't even think Japan is done anything like -- -- -- and Japan and they didn't -- -- tells us that they're not -- on that it'll be different for tourism where people from Japan will come right.
Just to see the Robocop statute items -- -- that I would be freaked out.
It's all right Ellis -- that the --
I first of our email from Jon who loves is Netflix and it's not going to ultimately up with a -- I think that -- days -- -- -- -- that.
My vote might at first the voice -- Johnny has a little voice mail about add Netflix on Android need.
Hey Leo this is John -- political or a comment on the whole Netflix on your Android.
Outlook the -- currently -- bailout Ide devices.
I want on our first in the channel well I've got fired -- my -- right now and that the Macs actually.
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Which use Smartphones and are failing.
-- -- -- -- -- watch moment go by deactivate devices.
Every time aloe watched the Internet is not an -- -- -- the show and any net get their act in other.
Thank you John now we know I guess it's daily revenues from but -- these -- really Netflix as the studios.
That are that are let me in this because they don't want every device you have to -- able -- -- -- -- -- iTunes does this rate.
I'm sure the studio's been having to renegotiate but if you like night and got exactly from a little global level amount of devices you can -- -- -- for double the -- that and this makes it really more difficult to -- a family's right I mean if you have multiple people that are sharing like an iTunes account which happens all the time.
Well you know -- limited to five devices to share that content amongst it.
-- -- that Netflix secure for it would just yet it really easy way to.
Selectively activate deactivate devices. Ray you'll have to go deep in the settings finally. Cancer and actually that's -- that's a problem I had I had to.
They'll into the -- -- in -- -- want to be like.
Six months to a year where you kill all connections to your commitment I think that we view active in the devices and in -- keys that they kill them all rational you know I I had an X that I am.
Gave access to my iTunes account to share maps music and then when in -- fell through I wrote a friendly email to please the -- Jimmy have to do how do things.
Seriously because I'm -- online maybe you're out I have an the need to -- the break up but I asked her to violently and deactivate my account and said no.
So I had to wait.
Seven months before I could get access to because of my recent.
Had already been done earlier.
I had to wait for seven months before like that and you know disconnect all my devices we connected because she flat out said no she said no.
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And of this and I can understand oh and the heart can do crazy things branded content -- -- -- crazy.
Love you and I -- you Patrick doesn't hit Patrick as an idea for AT&T and that's a wrap on our -- list.
-- guys just watching your show episode 1409. And you're talking about how AT&T.
Did not like -- they are selling apps and they're not getting any revenue that way while they should take a page out of Apple's playbook.
And charge Apple's 30% for every Apple sold since.
They are providing the network for Apple to -- -- --
Non. Look you guys like you to kick out that my name is Patrick and unfurled in Yakima Washington -- predict.
Thank you Patrick where -- could point to -- -- a -- to drop the price is but I am I totally can I like I like I mean it may be like yeah that's fun that's that's that's wise it's just that such an Apple it like you know what actually that.
That iPhone on your Terry were actually just gonna move exclusively to -- man hey guys and what -- Steve Jobs when he AT&T he.
-- do we the humanity with them.
Are added this -- to the emails everybody this one in from Jeff I just noted as noted this noticed this on the roku private channel.
Looks promising and I can watch the basic local channels AB CNBC fox CBS CW and PBS for free on the roku.
Apparently they use the intent in Pennsylvania and broadcast -- then you have options to pay for other channel packages.
Like ESP NX address by day week month etc. -- he -- on this thing and this is legal at all.
I can tell you.
It's probably not legal ads are all too little to -- in the afternoon on the fact that you just wrote this if anyone.
I'm isn't listening they probably set that -- Oda. And the fact that it's like a third party that's offering.
Channel -- like here here's my feet from my intent in my house to pay me five bucks the -- TSP and I don't think that's gonna fly.
I -- -- how they they came me like that weird gray area fair use anyway how crappy the quality is -- Hamachi give him like with deflate some guys.
Standard definition can quarter -- pointed -- as you know.
The awesome in the back he can barely hear the audio and engineer all American Eagle after that yes so Jeff I would milk that as long as you can.
That's on San Diego -- -- -- investment contracts that the that's not coming from Scott saying hey by as Chris got the podcaster from -- line can Ottawa Canada here like we need then.
Cracked in Ottawa yes. -- -- every episode 1409 I mean at this.
He talked about border is going bankrupt and -- reassuring users that they can still get.
This might be partly due to how well it sold appear especially at Christmas the -- is the official reader four chapters one of the largest book stores up here.
I see -- -- while far more than candles is like because -- has the right to many more books in Canada that Amazon does.
Anyway here's hoping that comedians can keep the -- going strong.
Uh oh I like that he's the Cobo cited slightly but stream -- -- it's all about the no no matter.
Yellow I think -- like -- all 42 people about the little there's plenty more in Canada clearly.
Keep it going -- -- Scott here's the last email I buzz too -- work and book publishing.
Within the last year there's been jubilation as Amazon has brought their e-book cut down from 70% to 30% that -- include its fair share price fixing.
The price of an e-book has to be between 199 and nine any night.
And the physical book cannot be available for less than the e-book.
-- book publishers haven't been able to take down Amazon for that structure I'm not sure that subscription service -- buyers will be able to take down Apple for rolling out the same.
How awesome would it be if Amazon was the one who took the stand every statement they made to be used by the publishing industry against them.
I'd be sweet love the show.
Probably not gonna do that. But in sixteen nonetheless and -- the publishing at.
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-- break up mix tape and send us your songs but also now we start to get the flow of amazing break up stories both good and bad weather you on the receiving end or -- the giver where the iTunes account involved.
Don't get me started now -- let's not let's not start.
-- the -- buzz at cnet.com is the email just sent us all that information again we will be on announcing the make state.
Because -- come upon the -- Monday now believe trail Wednesday -- Wednesday erotica -- out here on Monday I I -- gonna -- up -- -- we are off so they'll think Wednesday will be doing all that the police and a silly stories.
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