Here's why the Cybertruck's windows broke (The Daily Charge, 11/26/2019)
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Should have done steel ball on window.
Then sledgehammers the door next time.
Mike Dibela must just explained how to break into every cyber truck in the future.
And perhaps like personal property right now that you should not do, it's illegal.
Elon Musk, I think he has this art to the press conferences.
They fall apart on him a lot.
When they are describing I think it was self driving technology.
They put a person on stage who is an engineer but wasn't brief on how to media train through display it to normal people I remember he came out was like hey we're going through a lot of like different like aspects but to boil it down it's going to be really cool I remember him having to like sort of like by surprise see the boil down
Yeah these demonstrations usually go poorly Do you think that's by design at this point like is this like the gimmick because This hybrid trucks image alone got people talking and didn't matter that the windows broke or it could take a sledgehammer hit or if it can or not pull it.
Ford F-150 up a hill that pulling the other way All CBS all access kids programming will be available without commercials.
There is no information as to which Nick properties are coming to the surface, maybe SpongeBob but that's unknown Mike how many of these streaming services can the market really stand it should have Nick Rocco's Modern Life movie and Invader Zim movie.
It's just the game now.
You can either have a service or you can play between multiple services and that's across the entertainment industry Large now like some people are still making shows for traditional TV and at the same time have a Netflix deal as well and are able to swing both sides.
In this case we don't know exactly which Nickelodeon shows are gonna be coming to CBS all access right now.
We know of Some classic ones like Inspector Gadget and Madeline was in the release.
Bob the Builder I think is the one with the most episodes or the most notoriety at the very least.
Notorious, yes, that Bob the Builder always hitting things with hammers.
Yes, they were going before we went live, the network history of that.
There's a lot of networks that Bob the Builder has been on.
Multiple services, what's the harm in that?
Yeah, I honestly don't think anything in it said the word exclusive.
I'm looking at the press release right now, just to double-check, as fast as I can.
Which can mean, yeah, that Nickelodeon could kinda live on multiple platforms, based on what that audience is.
There is some animated shows that I was watching on Hulu for a time, that I believe are still there.
The Netflix movies, I mentioned earlier If you're interested in CBS All Access there's no free version, is a $6 one with unlimited commercials or with commercials.
$10 without commercials although I do I'm always a fan of services, including Hulu, which has done this no ads for kid shows because that's somewhat irresponsible and insane, like great, let's buy that new thing.
And lastly, let's look at some renders of the Galaxy S11.
91Mobiles is working with OnLeaks to put together these images.
Let's take a look at them.
They definitely look like Samsung styling.
They look like there's a big rectangular camera right on the back.
The post says, the handset could have as many as five sensors on the back.
Three of them would be cameras, one would be a time-of-light sensor, the last one is a mystery.
Mike, what do you think of this?
It should Okay, let's focus on the thing that most people will look at.
The camera bump.
Its almost like why?
Like at this point if you're going to keep cramming in more and more sensors.
But I'm in testing it didn't take it was like yeah this there's this many cameras on it but didn't take that much better photo.
Yeah more stuffing that necessarily better when it comes to camera phones or phone camera phones, cameras on phones because it's all about how the software puts together the images because if you have, different exposures for different cameras, you got black and white Dedicated sensors, you got all of these different things.
You could have a really great image.
Google shunning that off with one camera on the Pixel, for the longest time.
So I think, though Samsung is probably preying on the idea of, we've got lots and lots of cameras.
And hopefully that means their AR will be better, their depth sensing will be better, their portrait images will be better.
But, I mean it's, definitely it's style wise, looks pedestrian [INAUDIBLE]
It's also worth noting I think because it's Black Friday anyway.
Like if, are there have been phones that have had like ridiculously high megapixel counts on their cameras.
But as you mentioned with software, if the software doesn't put the image together well I doubt there is no point then.
You could have afford the 8 megapixel sensor In your camera but it doesn't do anything if it comes out looking bad when you actually wanna post it and send it to a family member.
So we'll find out when this is released what February or March?
Of course, like
If it's real.
If that's real, because you know, who knows?
Maybe Samsung like we're not doing any more S phone.
So that's it.
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And I'm Mike Sorrentino.
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