Buzz Out Loud
Ep. 1322: Ballmer gets fitted for a Santa suitWindows 7 slate by Christmas? Seriously? FLO TV really didn't, your iPhone could be our new set top box, Panasonic takes another run at gaming, WebOS could be moving into a mansion, and you've finally got your jet pack, alright? Now stop whining.
-- Tuesday October 55 cents. But -- Gonzales I'm Donald bell and I'm Brian Cooley and by the time you get to this point in the intro you know it's a very different does and today. Another experiment in high definition buzz out loud and yes and completely changing the musical chairs so everybody's on the road somewhere and it's me Donald and -- today -- you can't imagine. Sketchy that makes the show that lies ruby red -- and I'm here I'm I'm I'm more than comfortable here are you -- -- it's been in -- kitchen in this Checketts again at the end of the story -- let's see how doctor bill unaware that it. I thought let's see we've got of what's that going on around windows phone seven. That is going to be part of the big announcement on October 11. That we know is supposedly going to be pretty clear. But what did come about that is unusual is Steve Ballmer was -- in a way just was yesterday. And he said pretty much verbatim you're going to see a windows powered slate. By Christmas. Eight and -- well yeah. The states go out of having nowhere -- flight out of nowhere after announcing it almost a year ago at CES where is -- yet. Be aware of but secondly now all the side mused that with -- market what holiday product are you going to how you not you didn't want to -- last month. Right you know that all of a sudden you scrambled and old whether it's in Africa when you say -- you going to see it at Christmas that's -- he said so far we haven't gotten some. As a date marker unless you mean on sale and. I mean Nazis he knows he's talking depressed and unions like you're going to theater in north Jessie -- -- talk about it by Mikey says it'll be a playbook the acting he had exactly it's gonna be one of the things that you know Blackberry playbook -- events where. They'll get the announcement out and I've I think that's that's probably for the to -- announced. Their tablet that seniors iPad it's one thing and -- kind of but now right. -- up front because we we came out about the same time the Zoeller -- that -- -- share via but no there's no way and happily I mean. People's attention isn't it isn't even there I mean we've -- have basically shuts down in December it would be done in time to roll out a product unless you're going to announce on the eleventh. Yeah and have it on sale date. Christmas yeah -- I will say hello and as you know cynical -- about it giving out this year I I do I am excited. That. That they -- on -- there idea idea now I'm having a tablet on a seven day tablet. Yeah -- that's what this sounds like that's yeah we -- that's what I mean I think the first time yes I'll windows phone seven interface is like my god I hope this comes I hope they do the iPhone iPad. You know because the into it as fun interface really looks like a great tablet interface right as much of the original Wi -- on the phone almost -- think it's getting cut off like my god just get the interface -- -- -- right it it feels tight yet. Yeah what I've seen. And it was a piece of research sort of in front of me but one of the big Wall Street analysts came out with a note the last -- this morning saying the iPad leaders at this point already insurmountable. Based on. The app lead they have. Which they consider to be about a two years -- -- what they're basing that on. Based on their supplier relationships I mean Apple -- 20% of all the Flash Memory in the world just to keep up just for their product right so they have incredible deals on their pricing efficiency to by the components for iphones iPod -- as an iPad. It's over competitors chemical gonna come along -- you we can't beat Apple for its shine and we can't beat them for their OS and their interface. Will be cheaper you may not be much cheaper. Now -- this this is I mean this is iPod all over again. Yeah and its dynamic which I'm I'll be there and I'm surprised I always I I keep thinking they're never gonna have an iPod. Scale of dominance again the iPhone isn't quite that big of -- dominance not like iPod was. And so far iPad isn't but it's too early to tell but and the weird thing about -- hide. Like comparison Q is that iPod really war. For all it was it was a very simple device it did. In -- early -- but -- really did one thing it is data in a way they'd be just kind of wrapped it up in the design of it being so we -- tragedy like that -- -- -- -- I have never seen a store like -- and read the story came out later on later -- -- -- -- kind of established their lead in their other products -- -- the same -- cheaper products priced -- different things. -- it has so much more complexity over around what makes -- succeed. And that to -- it. And and to catch up with it takes so many you've gotta be no a lot of front -- -- you gotta make another iTunes on those fronts have deep -- yet and I got everything and get -- App developer community on -- -- you know beat rapidly be enthusiastic about developing apps for you gotta -- so much more and were to catch up. -- even did with the iPad yet there's an argument to the idea that. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Hoping and -- -- and because estimate places you gotta beat him. Too many fronts the device the halo -- the store. Didn't even have apps involved an iPod which is to have enough things get really three things to be -- -- yeah. And as the perceived connection with the iMac I mean early on there was a big connection that was the early because as you can only use it with them. Early early on estimated to have windows right away so there was a host of the -- like three or four ways you had to Connie on the iMac was the top product -- -- leaders the next part of my iMac lifestyle so there was some great halo there with the other products. But then I'm saying all this neglecting consultant I know my own job security I don't want that I think there's not -- to like about one company that with a sleep state -- between a solid not trying to be the Mac Campbell and as saying we are not dismisses. Hard. A heart deprived catch up when I hope. Microsoft can do it as much as I hope any Android based tablet could possibly -- it to the right keep things interesting for me -- three horse races always companies ballots to more to many many more and that is complicated fewer than that is not really raised. Speaking of the windows phone seven -- modify is only available in Europe. Is that -- Yes it's to double in many places but not the -- -- of that of on the US legal acting really Europe is where it's got its its roots and where it comes but now we're hearing that it might -- -- -- phone seven. And that's split again this is this is some weird the weird announcements coming out from on the mountains of all of Ballmer but yes -- five for Windows 7. And what he's saying if that. -- -- CNET is actually kind of reporting here is that windows phone seven won't. Have a pandora app. App -- or something like that I think the closest -- -- get it's like a version of spotted by. For Windows 7 that is going to be that streaming music service but what makes is odd for me is that. Microsoft has. There's 2000 and -- integration that I music service and they've they've Garmin made all these great agreements with the record labels that get. Steaming audio yeah this description people have the subscription. Why would they not do the Microsoft the in thing and -- both pandora and modified everyone else off their free -- it's very Microsoft but I do think that the let's in the Microsoft -- -- talk to them about this and we're talking -- X. Boxes that it sound believe. They've seen the light when it comes to having something like Netflix on the Xbox. And even though even to compete against their own Zune video sales on the Xbox because it just brings more people. TV experience to get more people excited about seeing video. On the rights you know really the right -- any living are always the Microsoft in I don't know but I it it's exciting to see spot -- -- and use that all could possibly ending -- delaying a launch for like two years now yeah forever right and our speaking everywhere people to the point to the party. Public it is the platform that a Barnes is just announced which is self publishing. Taking us from you know -- days -- vanity press which the Internet ushered along on demand and vanity printing. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Self publishing portal just went live. And you can go in there and obviously self publish electronically your book titles it goes to milk and milk Apple devices -- -- -- to be an actual -- piece of hardware. Takes two to three days -- -- to show up and be on sale at the Barnes e-book store. The pricing or the red split is kind of interest in here for books that are priced between 239 and 999. The publisher that's -- We'll get 65%. Of the list price. For those that are priced to 98 or less or ten dollars or more so either and the brackets of that you only get 40% of your list price. -- understand necessarily wanted making that complicate I think it is really trying to send about you but it you'll notice she. You know eligible in this sweet spot yet really -- go for the fat slice of the revenue between three and ten dollars were want to pressure book. I'm not quite sure why that's such an import with the with the -- you'd have a cheap book as well. I think and the big picture what they're trying to do is get. Self publishers to. To get -- their platform and to bring their their hands and all the little small -- communities over to the net platforms hey yeah this is where my book is this is -- -- can -- the e-book version of mind. Self published book. And tried. United indie publisher yet they want all those -- a -- of overs -- -- to say hey I'm on and yet and Arlington. I got -- published. Public sounds like the pub crawl but the economist I'm gonna father brought him the name just -- that day I still -- whatever the story of -- the location map real to find all the different like -- -- Public English pubs and -- -- Aren't so soccer hooligans imagery aside it is like if you wanted to publish and you don't wanna be on the public platform -- do it get your. -- it right teachers 65% yet to let them take the lion's share. -- avoided a break here because great because most you haven't heard about it now it's dead it and flo TV has been. Switched off all com had this system going it's been around for at least three or four years. Started on Smartphone not even -- started on feature phones originally and you could get Qualcomm flo TV was normally it was fourteen dollars a month. For the additional service and you've got about a dozen typically cable channels there was CNBC in that was -- in a few others. And that and I actually did cnet's review for the Qualcomm standalone portable. Playing with -- deportable TV right we have a shot of leukemia -- -- personal television and it was it was a cool device but it was my looks good hampered by a in limited selection of channels yeah the -- up to may be I think twenty at moats and it with it was a fantastic battery life wasn't great -- mean on the screen with kind of kind of pricey. And you can -- 250 and they cut the price of the unit below that I think but it stated -- -- 240 nothing about it -- is that it did it did kind of time shift. The the contents that's the station he got if you want to watch late last night David Letterman you could see it at noon. The following day of the -- to get them on demand ability. Yes -- everything was even on the man -- is just that they would they would repackaged all the best content may be from the day before the and -- dvd satellite slice of it what an absolute there wasn't a lottery -- one -- of those twelve or fourteen cable -- it but it was it was. They did a good job of actually getting the best content news channels. But it -- -- like. It's expensive expenses of -- -- they pushed around like and had with it World Cup. But this is the idea get your portable World Cup soccer yeah action and even that wasn't enough that in the -- -- -- play -- -- -- dead maybe they got an and they let that subscription maps and it's in -- this'll be -- doubt there but at least the the flo TV service from Qualcomm and these devices based on it. They are gonna pull the plug -- services and exist the line phones -- there'd -- like that carrier agreement where united and you don't even know you're getting charged for this. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Like photos or music onto these to buy only our only worked -- he streaming devices without. -- you know and that now this is the only little -- is Celebrex -- com Randy -- isn't broke don't think it also lets you know you're gonna go to maker -- at -- was gonna figure out a way to do something -- -- otherwise -- out of definitely TV it's in your -- eBay for like a dollar and -- glue them together and they can you know make some kind of modern -- -- well but anyway. -- jokes on you if you call what the all comes not sponsoring this -- if you go on like yesterday. -- all dvds to return -- what you ball outside the -- like four months ago now you just gotta you're outside the return window you just throughout. Let's -- it -- and once in awhile and an entire technology avenue gets. Turned off cut off. Barricaded and done and this is -- a -- backus submitted here we're gonna tell you what you can finally got your iPhone that you couldn't before today after we take a short break. It's buzz out loud Brian Cooley Donald bell we know Gonzales. The stock traded to date and that's that it is podcast and intimately initiation easy enough to watch the show you -- -- -- to think of it -- you're television show's gonna be it's of indeterminate let me give her that part for. And it is October 5 is episode thirteen 22. Okay here's one that I didn't -- you couldn't do and then by seeing the story at found that you couldn't deny you -- I think there's also ties back to the priesthood about the flo TV you to keep you wanna know what -- -- -- steady. Yet you watch stuff on your -- -- your iPod Touch which you can get all kinds of different stuff all kinds of flexibility and guess what you can now put on your television as well. I guess you couldn't go video out from Netflix. On an iPhone to a TV until. The Netflix app for -- less. When you got onto an iPad you could use the guys had -- video out if you had via -- one of the few apps that will go out that port out year after televisions kind of weird to do but you could if you have like a dock. Never adopted VI I is a new video out of that hole through the dock the TV you can make that -- -- GA to VG eight Apple dock connector now -- now video output capabilities come trickling down to the iPhone for. And the most recent generation gap that okay iPhone for latest iPod Touch so -- -- -- OS for devices and actively that there is a retro version on this now it doesn't seem so when you put your IOS four on a previous touch you're still not gonna get it's. No I think that might and I can and it's frustrating to why that is but it could just be down to hardware. Yeah I guess that's frustrating men boasts a toggle guy yesterday who. They just bought a -- Yugo -- and at the same time he's looking to get a new set top box of some -- -- -- the about the new group whose -- And let -- -- that you know. -- might have been watching is set top box you get HDMI out of that phone. You've got access to all manner and more every day of streaming Internet television providers. And you could just -- that thing up and not have the buying you know if you wanna go out for the test the edge. Path and occupy accurate figures -- exactly -- again happily to spare battery to swap in marriage you know when you plug -- in -- the smoke come off today and noted that that's now that's just the LH the united game -- -- that is and I think you -- slogan. So anyway that's that's going on with your -- -- your iPod Touch fourth -- and we also have. So three new Android devices over AT&T. They've got a bunch of them -- yes -- new Motorola. Android phones come announced that -- aren't I. If nothing there inexpensive. There's nothing there badly named Bravo which sounds I don't know like -- the TV -- Bravo company it distracts me. The flip side which always sounds like well you -- get this foam on the flip side you might not want to. A little personal broke all the acid trip version the flip back back out the plug -- freak out -- what these people with the flip outs. Was recognized that while an action that would keep whatever difficult than anything else photos might throw it they didn't call the flip out without political Detroit so -- next -- -- like road -- upper right that's roughly the Motorola panic attack looked good but if it. The -- flashback the acid flashback the padded room and the and with security features look but take features not -- that model the straitjacket and if you feel like -- just actually down the -- -- with -- he had been spelled weird if that's GRE ATE -- they'll -- the number -- -- -- post -- eight Jack shack it which again this is which -- get people out of this downsides to things while he added there are not -- now making it. -- rather -- -- Motorola going what is wrong with these people. Are so the -- one is what eighty bucks as -- and nine yet what -- good for about a helicopter -- -- F flip side for -- hundred bucks and the Bravo. As a name implies. Is you know. The -- and. Put on Saturday and are running Android 21 with the moto blur and they got -- by the collective step in devices go to economic get a good blog post looks good images there. And this is portable CG IA which is going on right now here in San Francisco about BC TI a show. Which -- kicked off yesterday. -- on Monday. So bunnies over there were we've got lots of coverage going on that show -- -- check that out. Act phones dot cnet.com article hardware are direct the phone section right. Better check and see that redirect still works at that'll -- used to do phones dot CNET will take you move once the servers wake up. Once the DNS machines figure out what -- my asking more. Negative page loading shortly thank you for that sprint and yes there you go phones that's nothing -- the -- and podcasts and Carol B -- he doesn't all opponents of course that's coming up what time. I had no idea okay good so -- to the Panasonic jungle disk. -- -- being in the jungle. W is telling us about this. And what's the idea here. Yeah this is. It's like. Portable and then no machine so if you're like -- -- the -- -- there -- question and I do. And -- it it on the road I mean here -- laptop. And it's but the -- yesterday the high. High resolution display a QWERTY keyboard -- -- is about a few little chicklet buttons gonna stick it up -- -- -- and mini HDMI port to donors so I mean I don't know if I wanna be sitting next to somebody on the -- thing. It's really small. And are those two in -- -- we seek to round are those speakers produce a -- their touchpad but -- -- -- And oblivious spinning yeah. Multi directional touch and or. Advice and keep you IdeaPad right thanks a pivotal thing is Panasonic has no track record with the name of -- happy to have the studio which is out -- -- -- Yeah and is this is exactly -- come out with the a handheld gaming device like it. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- you know that's not gonna work come on you guys -- for the that the device once. Standalone gaming devices McDonald's says is at the time for that in the iPod Touch teaching something and pedestal that open -- -- PDF the most because the gimmick factor but they've got heavy legacy leading them into that I've got great Amanda. It is -- -- -- momentum. And they're going into the into a challenge space. And could not relevant we -- a bill of in the cedar the -- mansion. And the rumor rumor rumor. Of a what keyboardist first ever keyboard -- palm web OS device. 800 by 480 screen would be the entire interface no physical keyboard this is -- pretty sketchy rumor -- yeah. It's it's -- sketchy side but. It. And the only thing kind of supporting as I've the original Palm Pre was code named castle. No code name is mansion the kind of equality and I think -- it a little smaller. Not so ostentatiously joke you can make is a palm is now open in no position to be buying a mansion and he -- -- -- -- of the from the I think that could it could come in if I wouldn't I'm not even really sure whether or not this is gonna be more on that. That Dell's GB key that's the thing likes like possibly -- the device -- also flown. And there's a middle ground right now between ugly middle ground in her -- here I come to -- used to go to figure out that's really threaded the needle when you get -- to run the Dell streak the current one of the one that's coming to the seven -- I think -- Most you know lest he -- -- -- these up and -- book. Then you get to the new streets coming the street it's currently out yet the tab. But -- -- got -- have the end of this guy fits in somewhere around have been Dell streak we are guessing I just -- and the like -- home news does give you some idea what what what HP's gonna do web -- -- -- -- we don't have a real clear picture yet. Will do Twitter has lost their head. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- So the new CEO is a guy named Dick Costello I'd not heard of him before he was the COO at Twitter is all inside businesses -- just on your sewing teacher heard. That that -- -- Twitter heated split he just moved out of the CEO role are probably also moved out of the end that firing line -- -- yes -- where's the revenue where's the revenue. Yeah this guy okay -- there -- questions where's the revenue. But he's going to be -- focusing solely on you know what they always say when they do this they -- gonna I'm gonna focus on just making sure we are still you know cutting edge invested experience and true to -- authentic experience for our valued -- problem. Since that you always hear when someone -- CEO to go to more creative -- yet it's got to literally -- -- speaking engagement -- rights and due tomorrow that it's the what's the CEOs say when they wanna move out of that -- -- that's gotten to stealing corporate for them. And get back to entrepreneur -- but not leave the company could they got lot of options that they still wanna cash -- on when that -- comes let me just. Put that real simple it. Okay so look a little light -- what -- Microsoft's light space this is taking the surface thing to every surface in a room guys think you living inside this there what did you find here you are very cool video. This is Microsoft research and development they've got a new product not product this is their research project for our lack of better description of a -- -- -- yeah. That down if the -- -- -- It's the start of holiday basically except it's more for like presentations and it -- you take this thing off the surface and you have a dot on your hand that represents the document you just picked up. He's moving it across the room from -- -- can't stop doing that you freaking me out and now all. It is possible funnel all at -- -- onto a pad a tablet. And then. Put that up on a wall is the still the document its -- like on this is like circus -- for product presentation and hit enter here we go it being there it is now blue screens week varied over but it's it's sort -- to also because it requires the entire room to be rigged with projectors and sensors and cameras -- that detect. Who's in the room almost like a connect type -- array of can -- second. An alarming the good guys in the room and all that the kind of artist -- Cisco -- that remote presence in their big on where they have all these stations that the major cities you can go there and have a video -- the views of a couple times yet at the model's goes to a similarly equipped room and another city. And it actually emerged that so looks like you're sitting at one big round table together market -- at the same -- conference table but. Yet got to go there right and there are being talked -- the other might -- some trickle down applications where. It's like -- like a location device that would project. Like what -- what way to turn -- -- -- your -- and projected -- and -- do little to complete a projector like you need to go this way. You know them masks because -- totally lots of in our or something like that more of projected capabilities not the touch screen multi touch surface idea. It's a cool it's a cool video all we'll put that up in the show notes -- that one deserves watching -- should -- little clip they're not watching this listening you missed the opening but really. Cool to see how the latest and evolution -- from surface. Let's -- -- some a couple of stories Eric kickers in science section the Nobel for physics just went out. And normally this might make your eyes -- except this one has real direct and relatively imminent benefits for computer technology and consumer electronics it's 48. The process of material called -- -- to researchers at University of Manchester. Got this one and I'm looking here at some notes on this graph -- is the best known conductor of electricity. On earth at room temperature doesn't require super cooling to get super conduction the electrons move very quickly through it and it loses little energy so it's extremely conduct of it's the strongest material known. Period that's impressive we just discovered -- -- strongest material. Out of all of Evernote. It is transparent. And might be used for display news -- -- other direction from being strong. It might be a source of Tera Hertz -- Asia and that's really pushing the frequency right. But -- -- issues already trying to wonder gigahertz dust going through our heads and killing us. And it will be probably be possible to make integrated circuits out of it -- are single sheet of graph means a -- typically now ICs are stacked. And kind of play a 380 -- and they -- you're switching in their -- -- -- few -- there apparently with this and -- way beyond my pay -- understand how that -- a single sheet of -- -- can do all the routing -- complicated routing and switching conditions stuff. On just a single layer that means everything gets more it's also probably the material they can improve the robots that will -- the -- -- -- that. This is the last piece we needed to pay it we didn't have this secret sheets of material to give them the super strong like indestructible. Appeared going to use this inducted -- of material go entertain yourself could take some -- this -- and they'll make something and it comes back with Tenet himself. Yeah yeah that all right these women mind all right that's where all of a month ago. Okay and our favorite story -- we get to our voicemails and -- because it comes under the category of what the hell took so long is the commercial jet pack. It's here. From Martin Marietta -- -- aircraft and -- now here's the jet pack they've got this out commercial -- Going to market the one -- those flying car stories like yeah I -- you can do it and you can sell it in society deal with. The -- 100000 dollars you and you can make that -- -- come true it's pretty cool you need a license from this thing. Yeah better deal license and a psychological agendas and I want to Ryan and in this thing unless -- solid -- This is a you can see it's got two huge jet engines they -- totally light -- This is totally failed to carry it around meaning. Just put my under my desk I get to work you could fit in a parking spot though you know what gets bigger than a smart Cardoso this were -- -- a new directional sun. And -- thing about it is it's using I think very much the same technology has been figured out well sort of figured out in a lot of these vertical take -- and landing military aircraft. The use these rotating jets to go from forward to vertical thrust all the -- -- don't work real well as any of the various number of service people who've been of them when they belly flopped could tell yeah. But this I don't think ever -- to rotate it's always going vertical visit the jet pack it on an actual -- vehicle. So I wanna do I take a look we overtake us to the past -- just 1965. Which was when this first came to popular culture in thunder bought ha there's Sean -- that's a tasteful jet pack I -- issued senile. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- It's got the sax and clarinet I think that's always got had a couple little handles there's another thing -- pretty have like little leather -- Hand rest in front of them and this is this Havel row version of the jet pack and that was the functioning -- by the way. Really so absolutely that was on loan from ballots. So your family's company and yes and so now we've gone from 19652. To only ten and we put on some bulk. Yeah no that that may be acting gig and get -- little further than just you know. Down the road and this is jet the one of -- -- was rockets. That's a little that's a little testy yeah let's her Apple didn't do that when I'm gonna -- if -- cool your heels -- -- it I didn't mean it it yet. If they're on fire but actually -- they flute in the movie that when you see the guy take off in it that's actually a test pilot from bell they came in as a double he put for a short little pop up and over a building up there -- -- -- than they were they shot that and yeah that worked that but that trip to much better places to kill but this and lets us license to -- good thing yeah definitely -- artist -- voicemails now we have a couple -- here today. This one comes in first from a -- in Maryland who. Takes us to task a bit honestly for our frequent hand wringing and brow offer of throwing over privacy on Google. You -- complain about partly with Google a Google search due to -- -- that other experiences -- pics with it. It you don't look into -- cool. They don't know who you are. Yet they epic trek in particular report they don't know you're getting. If they can't leak it to anything else especially if you used auto delete -- -- -- when you close your browser. It is that simple about a third -- Google figured out who I -- an equity all the relations. -- when I want them to know from sort of foreign looking at what I don't I look out at you can cut legal welcome you Tiki beat. Oh trusting man. Oh man of great -- But you -- her with a I don't lose sleep over Google or someone getting owner information and connecting the dots -- -- bill would cares. And also it you know my double lifetime and good enough to cover my tracks you down that you private browsing mode agent -- knows it knows what tools are available to -- in the 21 century. The faintest our -- again that I'm went -- incoming yet it theoretically yes I'm concerned by the amount of information Google has. About every thing -- you touch related to. But I just think it's a hide in plain sight situation for most of us don't take the effort to either -- subpoena the information and connect these relatively. Relatively. Disparate dots. Yet -- to -- I can imagine that the devil's advocate muses is when it becomes stifling. Like when -- when you you feel like. -- no maybe I really did want to. You know write that rate. American erotica novel -- -- you know they like ally Kennelly. Google's Google I know anything about Meehan and it's gonna and leak out to all my friends and it's it's the like it's the chilling of behavior again slight chilling of behavior if there's in the back your money is -- -- with a subtle slippery slope to LA tenement house. And having more than anything army in reaction to this was yours. Which was right the great American Iraq cannot know the huge you can keep it but it. That reaction but your first reaction reduces both I don't really appreciate his tone and content. -- little condescending and -- that at the bad day he's right absolutely actress who think you're right I'm mostly with whom we still appreciate it to. And we also is the love it's a lot it's a lot of fun to rant about being -- you know you can he can become much like walking in the street as a hundred dollar bill I'm not gonna pick it up. Come on we gotta shut it is my right Minnesota's only got to be the bad guys they get paid yet are picking up that -- I would -- -- here on the voice -- Dave. Heard about the moves to powering down the volume of commercials he doesn't like that. Crews that damn day come on baby gotta play for this and they give you -- -- area. All ought to that was going to equal -- network well. Militant of that -- is that went back ultra on the -- to commercial -- public -- you don't need to go to bed incidence. -- -- -- Just that simple. How many of us here the woken up by commercial out of a deep prudently and -- -- there's going to be a market for the product that that re amplified -- commercials and -- it you plug it in in line between your or your receiver in your speakers yet retro mode it to. But -- -- it detects make -- yell at me again -- that why mess that it's like the people listen to commercial free radio sometimes like satellite radio lot of folks at. It's missing something of the commercials you actually you missed the committee will miss the loudness of TV commercials as they -- post. Orally that okay it's gonna look at -- the and get it really gets it will become this the mediated population of rocket took off and brought it awaits I can't help needed because we don't have -- anywhere to go up and throw it out at -- -- It he had been I gotta say -- it but that's a bad way to wake up mr. -- you have of those hard sleeps. Good -- -- on the -- -- usually hard slate or -- sleep. And and commercial after the commercial jolting you wake up and everything's gonna stiff. If you were deep in ram and it -- lighten -- artists get to our emails here. Let's see we have one here from mark. In a voicemail -- caller asked for a car mode for the phone it is when yesterday it would. Not okay well most phones have a load it's called the off switch. Or the airplane mode and another when you wanna slap. It just like on an airplane you have to manually change the mode says mark yes so what yet karma to mean that -- -- would be what -- An airplane it to know our last month at the different things. On a card to know distraction mode. Ford has this in sync what you can do -- do not disturbed he repaired phone and it will. Seats the incoming stuff. It's text -- -- does go to voicemail or go to a a text catcher. On the screen is very I'm thinking you know like me to do it is the opposite the block -- the block as opposed to the -- -- yeah that's the other thing is the disconnect. But yeah you can always do a little airplane mode but that's the that's probably what we're looking for here -- we do need a car mode where things are reaching your for the -- the interface has changed automatically which you do on the Android phones and then other things are handled -- your profile on the pink and electro -- Through this heat there's that -- okay behavior modification but there's always that that could give us a new kind of driver behavior. Let's see we go in here from Ryan bus Revere in space might look something like this Alka-Seltzer in zero -- gives us the YouTube link here. Skip to two minutes -- that one to see what happens to help results in zero G -- I must say. Despite fifteen years here I've never thought to or look that up with seltzer in zero GB of that link in there that lets you we have. When you put -- -- this filtered water. Without gravity. On reasonable to expect. It it -- look like you know what is that promotes sex education isn't it yeah everything's -- -- multiplying and dividing the gonna go to sperm look. Those -- It's very contained. Bubbles are creating but they're not going anywhere. Yeah and I don't -- do water on a gremlin let's -- is. -- so. I don't know what that looks like he says PS speaking of the -- -- download commercials. You normalize the audio you play for commercials and voice -- by turning up a bit well we tried that earlier yeah what. I don't answer takes a few things in the system but yet that's -- -- -- the -- I'm here to apologize formally yes the audio levels between elements within all the CNET live shows are still. And -- -- Nazi right and we're working on believe me we're about to spends more time and money on -- -- room level at all -- so hang with us I know it's been an issue. Wait longer that a company decides sophistication should have been dealing with -- but we're about to get to the into the time -- Ten -- and -- -- here from Kevin saying I figured someone would go all little man on you creek couple things about -- space beer comments from thirteen money. But that things went even more Ryan -- -- -- -- so alas the themes and going to have to nerd out on it. Bubbles rising to the top of the beer glass -- created. Creating head is due. Almost entirely to gravity as far as it right into the top -- on earth. The bubbles rise because of the -- is less than in the lighter and lighter than liquids and -- -- not micro gravity the bubbles would form and I normally but the bubbles with stay where they are. Without without necessarily expanding outwards -- the real problem. In -- with African -- based here is that. Without the gravity. All the bubbles it is -- stay all the -- -- accused disgusting Islamic in -- per bit up here so so you will. It's the only two expansion -- nausea based its well let's get space -- yet you're gonna go from real on to off. -- on Iraq and having that nice middle ground up. Right that's the missing part I think is it lets face it a -- CO2 is forming it is taking space right in his displacing. Launch but they'll bubbles aren't gonna go into. -- -- Don't and I'm gonna rise attended and is -- each other probably yes you're gonna have been uncomfortable feeling of expansion but not the natural vertical evacuation. Ranked biking go there though in space. Drink hard liquor if you take electric and it's our take away it's now worth -- -- you gonna go on that that vacation to the moon. Seriously just right don't on to the cola. And intelligent people since the dawn of time would -- reserve and now you know why. Now you know official sponsor a space -- visual studio liquor of CNET live -- would -- reserve now even though I don't get space. I suspect that some dots for those you were gonna go into the mold or whatever you're gonna do also agree it would be great way to feel like you're referred Piccard you're going to format even if you're deceiving an account -- -- what he. Exactly -- that this works either way what you wanna go to space -- -- the adult feeling -- -- the -- Would would for -- Alright -- at the end of a quote show. Picnic and I'm sure some competent folks will take over for me tomorrow now that's great this is fun thanks guys and you -- reach us let's see it's a -- dot cnet.com shows show notes abuzz at cnet.com. He -- common. And our voice -- line is toll free at 80616. CNET 806162638. Follow us on Twitter I'm Brian Cooley BR IA NC OO LEY. Donald who are you I'm Donald. The little that's so great. And now you -- that easily but I don't know I had to fight for it to fight our plot -- -- day one there was an old Donald who who -- who did he really his -- can let it lapse of what a great story. 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