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The -- And good morning from Mojave California 10 AM here on the West Coast of course 1 o'clock -- -- is the new time protect -- I'm Adam -- and of course.
If you're watching that you're watching -- you know it's our new time where a lot of California.
Because of the space race we'll talk about that in a moment we have some great I guess for today it will be able to show -- the new Blackberry -- first time -- -- a chance to actually see it is on the show today -- -- -- -- technology editor will show -- that here at fox will also show you how the troops overseas.
In places like Afghanistan and Iraq.
Can still watch the Super Bowl this Sunday how's that technology brings them a little bit of home.
So many miles away -- get reliable Mojave California -- really -- -- -- spaced ports around the country the other one.
Is the first commercially built space -- That is a New Mexico out virtually in the middle of nowhere.
And here and body you can make the same kind of argument were literally in the middle of nowhere.
This was once a Marine Corps base it's now -- private airport one that anybody can come and land that have -- or you can come here and potentially.
Practice -- rocket launches.
If private industry really has taken the space industry to a whole new area we know of course that the shuttle program is no longer in service.
We saw endeavor come to Los Angeles last fall just about ninety miles or so to the south and west of where we're located here and body well now the private industry is really pushing the space race.
More than fourteen companies are located right here in Mojave alone that's not counting the many companies across.
Many companies across the country that are also working in the industry and I'm talking to you probably didn't hear my microphone we just heard a sonic boom in the background to give you an idea -- -- located.
Easy will spaceflight -- -- portable will be for you and I well.
It's not that far away take a listen.
Family vacation -- states may not be so far away yeah.
Some days UN IA our children our grandchildren are gonna think nothing of this they're gonna go to a space -- -- gonna get on a space plane and they're gonna take off and go somewhere I believe.
In your lifetime you'll have the opportunity to buy a ticket to go to space.
Over a dozen private aerospace companies in Mojave California and around the country are developing technology such as reusable launch vehicles called space taxis.
And habitable space -- Which will allow for a long term stays in space suborbital space flights -- private citizens are being planned as early as next year.
Many companies are teaming up with NASA taking advantage of the open playing field and shared technology.
Because of whatever the reasons.
NASA has to attractive and an offer.
And -- to the private sector to come in and work with them for whatever those reasons are we don't really care all we know is that the opportunities are here.
Opportunities that include expanding space programs for other countries.
And as the industry grows.
Competition will undoubtedly drive cost down.
That presents other problems such as health concerns and government regulations.
Right now the FAA only has regulatory authority for all launches and re entries of commercial space -- they can't regulate currently on orbit activities but no doubt the demand is there.
Virgin galactic already has over 500 people booked with deposits of 20000 dollars each to go into orbit.
Yeah way to do about it.
And -- of course Richard Branson coming down a side of the space -- in New Mexico breaking that champagne bottle open now we know virgin galactic -- made their first payment their first rent payment.
In New Mexico are the most well known probably to make the argument is virgin galactic but there are a lot of other companies.
As we mentioned there are fourteen here.
Just in Mojave California and a state legislator has actually put -- some legislation to try to keep some of those companies here.
And make this into a space for potentially as well because I don't want to see -- leave the Golden State.
And head for New Mexico.
So you can tell the space race is something that continues to really be pushed out by the private corporations that and I mentioned there some as small as ones that just make fasteners.
We were told by the man who owns the airport here about one company that made one million fasteners now that are part of be -- the whole space race and one of the smaller companies involved.
So from here my hobby now we're gonna move to New York we'll talk more about -- move along and a half hour but -- of the other big issues of course besides the space race.
Is being a cell phone race.
And we do know that apple has of course the iPhone the iPhone 5 out of my hand right now but Blackberry was a lot of us are still tied to four of the reasons of the keyboard.
Is try to make your resurrection we do know Blackberry does fantastic and Africa for example -- parts of -- back in Africa.
This is the chosen -- not this -- all the money of course is made in Europe and the US.
And blackberries trying to get back in the game -- -- technology editor Jeremy Kaplan is live force in New York he had the chance to see Blackberry can tell us all about it Jeremy welcome.
I got it right here out of here it is this is it doesn't and all the magic industry's been about.
Will this company come back because of something like this and if you look at it it's something looks an awful lot like.
This the Samsung galaxy looks and off politics like the iPhone if you have -- have an iPhone.
Very very similar dimensions very similar shape it's it's similar screen so I think it's a little bit dark but very similar dimensions.
Will it be enough.
That's the big question we're looking at here keep in mind you're saying that there's other companies apple the android.
-- also taken off course many many android Smartphones.
Blackberry still has technical black -- it was rim Research in Motion announced the change the name of the right to -- very.
But Chris still has eighty million users worldwide so this is a very large market can they keep it.
They've really stood and fallen off over the past couple of years and the question is are they going to continue falling off for the save the company turnaround that that.
That the business here that's the big question.
I -- so obviously I don't have this thing in my hand anybody brought the android phones we do have those as well I saw happen have won here in front of me was -- -- weeks of course as you know on the shelf.
I don't have a library front and have a chance to get my hands on this -- -- -- -- -- -- shout -- -- watching as the Missouri locks and those of watching -- -- -- -- exactly where but I assume probably in Southern California we appreciate them view tuning in.
The Blackberry did have I guess -- -- I have it at all touch screen no Blackberry people forget.
Wanted some people argue that blackberries beat the beginning of their downfall was when they try to jump with a touch screen game.
Early on yeah Sylvia and I actually had that phone and a touch screen phone really didn't work it did actually depressed when you pushed on it.
Is this only touch screen.
So -- Blackburn.
There's two models that come out -- this is the first one this is called the Z ten.
The other one is -- you ten.
This one comes out.
US there's a picture you see right there.
This one comes out the US on in early march only it's on sale now you can -- right now but won't be available for a little while.
The other one which has an actual physical keyboard is gonna come out more like April they didn't say an exact timeframe.
And frankly I'm not really sure why it's taking them so long to put that one out.
No one's really sure what there's -- -- of put any of these out frankly but.
What are you gonna do.
On -- this does have a software keyboard it's one of these things -- each company that puts out a new product with a software keyboard or a new touch screen technology.
Has to rewrite this stuff from the ground up because the pad with a patents work these days.
This is there entirely new software for -- software keyboard and it's actually really really nice it's very easy to use they're Disney technology -- guess which word you might be.
Typing next and suggest -- a -- -- a -- it up onto the screen rather than taking out all the characters.
And it's actually very easy to use I hate using software keyboards this was actually pretty darn nice so it's.
It has some things going for a I will say that.
Title Jim was watching as the Sacramento fans watching us in Seattle I didn't take them for tuning and you talk about the operating system when I I just read up on it this morning just a little bit.
People are raving about they're saying it's actually a very easy interface a lot of people say -- like it better than apple and better than the android.
The only complaint being there wasn't a lot in the store yet to be able to buy apps is that what you're finding.
That's not really fair there there are a number of things in the store they launch the 70000 apps they say they also came out with an entertainment store and -- partnerships with every major.
Film studio part is -- every major.
Audio company at UC BS sir Warner Bros.
There's a lot of stuff that's out there -- all of the major apps are there however there are some things that you won't find they're still working to get everything rolled out I think in terms of apps you're gonna see what you want.
The question is is there something that makes it super awesome that's better than an iPhone or better than an android yeah.
I don't think that there is question unfortunately it doesn't it doesn't really have that I think we're at the point right now where if your IT department hand you this you're gonna go.
Oh my god that's the greatest thing ever are you gonna rush out and buy it though.
Remains to be seen I think it's really nice looking I think it's great I'm looking forward to walking around with -- for a little while.
It's gonna -- The question.
I have a question where Kimmel both -- and it in the Blackberry to have right now this is the bold.
-- and I've got the iPhone -- of course.
You know I like both these phones are different services -- one for example as -- like right now my AT&T has three bars but my.
Sprints past five bars on -- but earlier I had one bar in three bombings those nice to have two different services of course -- in our industry we need that.
I will say though as much a love my phone I need to -- all time for a thousand different reasons.
So one another black -- I still love as I do most my email on this thing just because of the of the -- -- the keyboard and I have a lot of people that are in business.
They're tech savvy but they still say it's tough to give up that keyboard you mature one of them does have a keyboard and he had a chance to measure without wanna -- that one yet.
They had it at the events I was out yesterday where there -- launching this thing.
I -- the play with it briefly that keyboard looks great as all of their products -- keyboards do I'm one of those people that needs the keyboard I've kept a two year old black where that -- using.
Consistently day in and day out just because of that.
So -- for 24 hours now -- -- using the software keyboard here.
It's pretty good -- it doesn't replace -- hardware keyboard I don't think so but we're kind of moving away from hardware keyboards in general I think.
Whether whether we like it or not we may just have to get used to the fact the world hunting and pecking on screens it's not as good the experiences isn't as good overall but.
That's the whistle goes I guess it feels like a step back to me I don't like it but there it is.
Look at once and in my -- people over is the price because we know the iPhone 5 is incredibly expensive that talked about a police on the show.
Got my new one got stolen never got to me it was UPS actually lost it.
On the replacement costs that you gave me wasn't as much as yet about I was especially when I had a 64 gigs coming and -- only to get the 32 because a replacement cost.
Because I don't use my upgrade replacement cost only covered the 32 -- to get a 64 of another 150 dollars on top.
Of the replacement -- so -- frustrating yet.
It's expensive and as we don't -- the Edwards can be for the jettisoning a what you're getting the Blackberry what -- gonna set you back into all the companies have.
It's -- -- be on almost every major terribly sprint hasn't officially committed yet but I'm fairly certain they will eventually do so.
200 dollars gets you this phone.
It is drool worthy hardware I think terms of the hardware -- -- more or less on the same page.
When the iPhone first came out they were gorgeous and sleek looking -- morsel and everyone else's right software at the time was far better than ever else's.
A lot of those things have kind of leveled off these days.
This hardware is wonderful.
It's really nice looking it's beautiful slim sleek and -- have to it the software is great as well but if you're looking for.
A reason to switch over if you're looking for that one killer app.
I don't know the one thing that if I can say what think they have a nice feature yes for corporate users in here where you can easily separate your work.
From your from your personal life which is very handy -- need.
If your office supports it now my office does not supporting parts in new server we do not have any sort of so.
I don't know if that's the reason to get it that that would be great if you could do it.
Odds are good you won't be able to at least for the next couple of months last year until -- IT department does something like that.
All right Jeremy Kaplan -- New Yorkers -- technology editor David -- if you get one with the actual physical keyboard to dry out.
What it's not you want dried out we lot here in California -- also this one out for a little while they old fashioned Blackberry in trial one of the sort of the new ones to let us know.
I'd be that -- we have a lot more information up on the line a full review up for the website at -- -- foxnews.com for.
Even more information.
I think Jerry is my pleasure -- Michael Jeremy -- and Europe would come back.
From break we have a political I -- Republican -- -- -- tell you how our troops overseas in Afghanistan and Iraq and other places around the globe have a chance to have a little piece of home this Sunday when they watch the forty -- of course beat the you know what.
The Baltimore Ravens that's coming up after the break.
It came past the hour here ramadi California that's -- -- -- course in New York is well worth 113 -- -- at the space -- talking about the space race the private space race we'll talk about it again before this half hours over but first of all.
We're gonna -- Washington DC Allison very much of the great article today on foxnews.com.
Of course she's a defense specialist in war games specialist -- gonna talk about how the troops have the amazing opportunity to of course watch the Super Bowl in such.
Some so some places that are extremely difficult to to do -- and Allison joins us right now from BC Alison thanks for coming.
-- -- -- You don't we always have -- that that shot where you have the the troops watching the game and cheering and holding up the flag of their favorite team of course.
This year they're all rooting for the 49ers.
What's amazing is that ability that ability for them that no matter what time of the night no matter how difficult situation there and they have a chance to sit down and had a little piece of home to watch the ads and -- as we watch.
And to watch the game and it's in joy really a significant part of America I -- was -- a basic run on how to help takes place.
Sure I -- soon love the -- access he said and our our service personal sacrifice so much so the fact the field against and in its.
Such a shame of course they're not and -- home with their loved ones and their friends.
Watching this favorable but still like how agree that the field whether they're in a submarine way -- -- C -- whether they're a really remote -- Afghanistan.
-- on the side of -- and -- still be allowed to watch the game through some very advanced technology.
That you really used to pass around securely.
-- footage or UAV footage from commanded commanders that could be within the war zone -- Afghanistan -- commander on an aircraft carrier.
I did very cool technology it's kind of fitting that you're out in that Nevada looking at the space race because it does involves satellites and clearly if -- -- -- see you don't have cell towers and they are referring to earlier Adam how.
Some coverage is better than others you can imagine it's even worse that is seen is so they can't you know -- -- -- it's.
Instead they rely on and satellites in -- -- the global broadcast system or GBS you know how the military loves acronyms -- Very very cool for example if you're out in a submarine.
It's just a little through -- antenna on innocent -- -- but it did and Thomas six to some master of -- -- -- And it relays it -- receiver and then when you're in this rather than having to crowd around I don't know if you've been in one -- -- you've been everywhere -- -- it is -- they're pretty tight -- is so.
I and that sort of situation the guys the sailors and able to watch in different quarters in different locations because they can you relay it.
Around to flat screens or whatever they've got devices down there to watch the game but on an aircraft carrier I think we've got some.
Images to show our viewers he's exclusive images that -- -- you idea department of defense and Reagan have provided pressed his.
A -- -- viewers get a real sense of what it's like it's.
It's pretty amazing technology because it will allow our personnel to watch in real time with just a second to delay makes it past a hot satellites that.
Still very real time real time the game on aircraft carriers still.
And shamed on is that you genuinely have been everywhere but an aircraft -- is they they used to hangers.
You know -- played a big screen up there.
And they projected onto the -- that ever want to watch -- as a large -- which I think is super cool off and barbecues break out some the -- gets thrown around and stuff and it's a much well needed and welcome respite great for morale -- guys fired up in the women out there.
Fired up is as as we all know their tumors are so long so I absolutely love that they're doing this program minutes.
A cooperation at a between the US air force racing in and dad armed forces network that make -- this happens far per person there.
-- housing units a couple of things first -- -- acronyms in the military we put him.
Last left before last break.
I actually had a military acronym finder.
-- on my -- on my -- There's only -- thought acronyms -- to pull up and go look at it that means you know address -- himself you know I don't have a -- I recommended I think it's free in the App Store.
-- it definitely -- that out because.
I was like I'm learning a new is populated -- Very cool you know you had a couple of things one court is much easier to draw football applaud the barbecues on on aircraft carrier destroy enemies on a submarine that's for -- But what's -- -- Joseph what's what's what's what's fantastic is in the past few years ago a lot of times the guys had a chance to watch the game and gals overseas.
It would -- -- satellite and had to be in -- -- location emission of of the submarines the the cruisers and destroyers a lot of areas now they can get the game and it's technology that they use for our drones to me this is stuff that -- -- and just to get the game and has his stuff that they -- to keep them their lives saved the lives of our of our.
Friends around the globe.
Very very -- it's it's super advanced technology and they can use all the same teachers at and that they would do you know when you're -- command center do you want to you work with that video feed from a drone.
I had the keys are seen features actually to watch the game so they can do their own instant -- as they can hit positive they need to go -- gets them.
Pretzels or whatever else that they're going to be -- during the game it's very close they're using -- the -- very advanced.
Incredibly critical features that as you pay rent it play Arab ordinarily keeping keeping our troops safe -- well at that -- Very secure I mean -- doesn't need to be secure as visited the football game it.
It's the technology that goes into keeping communication secure is -- a nominal in the global broadcast is his interest in the sense that he uses both military -- and commercial satellites that ensures that the -- is -- basic share so it allows.
Our commanders wherever they are anywhere on the globe to communicate with each other.
Awesome Al Ahmadinejad out to gain from -- entertainment is watching its Southern California so thanks to -- opportunity and -- buried affairs specialist -- Washington DC given us all the details but out of troops are gonna.
Had a great chance to watch the 49ers smash the Baltimore Ravens this -- -- that then that's a warlord no better and -- but -- glare no widespread level.
No -- gold anywhere in my house.
Well I era you're -- -- excited to get to see the entire game tough there yeah.
As the Baltimore ourselves back at Miller is -- space -- All right I -- back we move.
Thank you we come back remove from Washington DC up the coast in New York -- by Josie from espionage joining us.
While just talk to her love about FaceBook get earnings we also have some gadgets here at the end of that Bauer for those view.
Had a chance to tune in the last six months or so have been doing a show you another -- try to break things on you may not see in almost store but things you might be able to use -- homes that's coming up.
Right after the break.
Welcome back to Mojave California it's 21 past the hour of course body -- one of the places you'll find -- private space race taking place the other one of course.
Being in Mexico -- talked about earlier this half hour we'll we'll put him out one more title for the hour is we're live here.
But we're gonna go to New York would.
Fox Business Network Shibani Joshi talking to -- about the FaceBook.
Price and where it sits right now -- for the fourth quarter earnings of comment.
You know it's such a huge launch -- Bonnie when it came out everybody making millions and millions of dollars literally to matters of minutes and now it's.
Recently heard about it dropping those first few weeks and a lot of people stopped following it unless you're really into the stock market.
Where's -- band where's that and what are the fourth quarter earnings -- Well Adam I think you're absolutely right I think people got -- and they got burned badly on that first day of trading for FaceBook and that just left a sour taste in people and investors -- particularly -- everyday average retail investors.
Like you and me out there but things have turned up for face that this stock.
Has been an ice upwards and trajectory over the last three months accompany being able to prove that it's not just a fat in a place every.
Connect with friends and family it's actually a viable business and a company released.
Its latest quarterly report yesterday after the close overall very very good revenues -- and at one point 801 point five billion dollars -- showing growth of about twenty to 30% from the last at quarter.
Profits also better than expected but Adam I think what investors are looking forward to really jump on board with this company is more proof.
That when you check your FaceBook on your mobile phone and that that's gonna translate into dollars for the company and it's not seeing that -- yet.
Other things that we learn from face but yesterday it's starting to invest heavily in itself.
In graphs are -- came out a couple of weeks ago in FaceBook credits and even promoting.
Posts where you can -- somebody.
The you can -- FaceBook to maybe get into someone's inbox.
All of that requires money and investment and over the short term that means the stock is not gonna grow -- at least -- earnings are gonna grow as much.
As a result the stock is down today was down as much as 8% but has come not well off of the session lows.
Yes monument in the FaceBook as a fact I was checking one of our viewers a city and Seattle watching it's actually got that offer FaceBook -- On the iPhone -- -- -- the advertisements on FaceBook on the iPhone I don't I don't really even realize alleged noticed today that when I went on to be Adam Housley Fox News.
Page for example on FaceBook.
Ben and Adam popped up asking me if I wanted to watch the trailers the first time I've actually seen that I hit X of course -- don't wanna watch the trailer.
Is that one of the advancements are trying to make stuff like that to get more money into the company.
Absolutely that's what they need to do I mean now I think it's a -- balance that they are trying to work out is.
You go to face look you don't want to have this cluttered experience that we that we dislike and that could potentially.
Get us to go to a different website but at the same time they wanna try and put ads in front -- you and weighs say one you'll be able to -- -- to -- -- they'll be able to click on and actually.
-- buys something from from the advertisers that -- are they doing these pop but things are also doing things.
On the right hand side of the screen -- the left hand side of the screen or even on top and then it -- really creative things like like I mentioned that promoted house.
You pay somebody a dollar to get into -- inbox and normally you can't send an email on FaceBook unless you are branded.
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Yet as -- didn't make a lot of sense to me.
I want FaceBook right now that -- it was telling about barber Adams and Alexis days are watching us we appreciate that.
The one question I had -- for you is that after that may launch in that first initial stock offering it just exploded the beginning and then dropped off significantly.
Do you think that as that stock price dropped and -- a lot of the investors in the company and for that matter those who started the company still had a lot of stock options obviously.
As a lot more more money -- that was even more of a catalyst for them to try to.
I'll find more innovation to help FaceBook throughout the fall bombing hitter has been a lot of changes FaceBook really announced a lot of things -- since that initial stock offering back in May.
Yeah I think you're absolutely right and that is -- -- that Beauty and the Beast dad being a public company is that.
You put yourself in the face of more public scrutiny so.
Where before -- -- mean.
When you face that was a private company up until last summer aren't they were making advances and they were doing new things but they didn't have to publicly disclosing it.
They didn't necessarily have this calendar of quarterly earnings -- they had to deliver and deliver and deliver and then they're stock would react as a results of the bar -- been raised higher.
-- scrutiny is higher and as a result of performance and their creativity in just -- stuff they gotta try out also has to be higher as well and that they they've been creative they've been -- you know for the first time.
-- in their reporting more people have access FaceBook on mobile than they did on the desktop that's huge and when they're trying to do is turn those users however into the dollar signs and that is not easy to -- -- state and build a company and that way they stop people are doing it on a desktops.
They're realizing now they didn't really factor in the whole global explosion -- and so they're trying to play catch up to some accent.
SP answer -- Josie fox business network of course we'll see if they can monetize these these devices that would be obviously good for them and simply get for their earnings.
Appreciate your time in -- and if we don't follow suit body on Twitter I do it at Shibani Joshi I recommend it.
Because she has good information on FBN in some data follows Obama followers asked did he get on putter right.
And FaceBook and needed check on an animal -- -- that yell -- hit and all the links add up doesn't it.
Sounds good all right Shibani New York pay for joining us days.
Our -- week when we come back we have -- -- segment before we in the show -- three -- -- things to show here a couple of things you might begin today and and and one thing in particular I guarantee you.
You've never seen before that's coming up next.
-- -- -- California one -- -- space -- in the United States this one is one that's a burgeoning and fact -- Legislation here in California it's been introduced try to keep some of the fourteen companies in the space race the private space race.
Here in California -- you know the first commercial.
Commercially built space port.
In New Mexico has its first -- -- as I mentioned earlier this hour that was by virgin galactic probably the most well known of the space race.
What McCain edited the story which we showed nearly this hour we're trying to figure out how we're gonna bring new gadget segment to Mojave is a little bit different over -- -- big table and David had a chance to set everything up.
Like we see every week so -- -- -- a couple of smaller things out here there's one thing Elena show you first from Rhode.
It's a microphone -- -- -- IXY and Mike -- while this is important is actually inside the case that comes with.
That's what actually has a a wind sock is well with it and bring out with me.
But this plug into your iPhone and -- for iPhone and android also has the adaptor that you can use for the new iPhone 5.
And while like this microphone is this we have to do tracks we have to use our voice for for editing and in the past that try to numbered for microphones and really -- -- sounded very good at all.
We use this one last night for the peace that we showed you earlier this hour.
And it worked fantastic we are very pleased with it.
Dollars to look at on the high side.
But if you're somebody who really try to find that good quality sound.
There's really no substitute for -- good quality microphone and that's actually not very expensive at all because a lot of the other ideas out there to give you good quality -- for iPhone for example.
Involve all sorts of different connectors and then putting a regular size Mike you're and it's been -- much money anyway so.
We were really impressed with the road microphone I XY Mike has called -- gets 199.
It's moving from the -- that out to open up my iPhone because it closed -- they -- the next thing we have here this is one of the devices we talked about you'll never see anywhere else in my opinion.
Roughly 69 dollars this thing is called the high -- Bluetooth talking -- -- not only does it keep your hands warm.
But also Bluetooth so if you don't want to have the the -- up next to your head you're one of the people that worry about radiation has been some some talk about that you -- actually connected to your phone.
And talk like you -- with your finger you feel the little the little.
Microphone actually in the -- -- can also feel.
The little your phone in the farm so you actually be able users control right here in the back of your -- bloggers to move on C able -- -- -- I guess from high fun.
This was roughly 65 dollars a high call Bluetooth talking glove.
And it's it's it seems pretty cool I mean this is -- alone they fit very comfortably positive normal -- Glover -- you'd Wear outside and up here my hobby this morning.
It was cold enough.
About 34 degrees to where those.
Another company we'd like to show you usually.
We're doing this again which on this company before exact.
-- -- a lot of exterior products that they use for everything from phones to in this case an iPad.
I've been trying to sell because I have -- -- and iPad not the newest wanna have the second version of the iPad.
-- I'm actually iPad three which is pretty much same -- second.
The -- there's so many different keyboards in the market -- -- and I have quite a number of them on the zags have been the ones I seem -- like the most that this was very fan.
Bluetooth connected the battery life -- the -- goes on forever it seems like that would leave it on.
And why you know on the plane still -- -- tell -- the battery life is fantastic.
It connects went on its a -- -- magnetic closure.
Similar to the one apple has you can see it in matches the apple almost exactly the iPad almost exactly -- so that really cool Apple's shiny look.
And it provides a good strong protective layer I always try to over -- an overstuffed my bags.
The -- what does that guy keyboard is a good job.
Of can connecting on the front of the of the iPad closing it down to -- that screen they also have some new might arsenic earphones out as well.
W that Smart but -- -- allotted on the market.
Again I've been really impressed with the way there items interview interrogate.
-- -- phones are our ipads or other I devices where -- android or.
-- -- tablets on the market this would have been only the answer hang up -- the volume control what they also.
-- really good music sound so it's not like you're just.
Using these four telephone talk you're -- using it to listen to music so I think -- -- to -- That case the Smart -- The stereo phone here and of course the high called -- those of the smaller items we had -- day we have a drone we're gonna show yeah.
Bob it was tough to get it out it's a -- -- a -- a week after next his best week next week were off for a week.
The week after that -- be back with the drone and a couple of other really a lot of they're going to be coming in so those are devices -- if Bynum on foxnews.com.
As well we'll have a list of their along with the web sites.
-- you can click on to check out these items and maybe some of the other items of some of these companies have for you to use at home itself.
That's -- show from here Mojave today we appreciate you joining us I can always -- on FaceBook of course.
And -- act Adam -- we -- right here you can always -- of course on fox is live dot com thanks for joining us we're back again like I said not next week but the week after with more.
Tech talk and if you have any questions about anything feel free to comment to -- -- any time over the next week we'll try to get some of those guests on maybe answer some your questions.
Thanks for joining us.
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