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Good morning from Los Angeles today here on the West Coast -- -- -- -- in the western side of Los Angeles of course 1 o'clock out east as we.
As you join us today again -- -- take live on -- -- we have a -- great -- for you.
Talking about a number of topics we also have some fantastic gadgets as we always usually within the day -- you can weigh in of course on Twitter.
On FaceBook right here on tech take -- -- read some of your comments on the -- off right away.
Talking about how hackers are going after once again our security we have a couple of great guests.
In fact a unique look -- we talked about some of the private industries.
In the recent weeks and how that's an endangerment to all of us but now how this is becoming kind of the new war zone if you will we talked about -- also here on Fox News Channel.
A couple of times over the course of the last years -- joining us live we have James -- Michael he's -- professor of computer science and electrical engineering at the naval post post graduate school.
At moderate he joins us from Washington DC we also -- -- wolf hi I'm sold on -- -- he's a professor of professor of international law at the US Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island he joined us via Skype thank you both of us a -- -- you for joining us.
-- -- -- -- Yes take our kids are -- -- with you in DC I'm talking about how.
They still the laws of war which -- did you know are always followed as we know.
Are moving online and how this is becoming a -- believe this is really going to be the next real front.
Of war around and were fighting around the globe on.
Does -- really matter that we have these laws moving -- of people gonna follow.
It does matter because.
Adam that the rules in this manual deal with.
Those type of events that we that we may see in the future in cyberspace where we have grave.
By that I mean that there are death.
Deaths as well as that extensive property damage.
So that would correspond to what in the UN charter is known as article 51.
And then we will and we already are seeing things that resemble.
That legal threshold in the UN charter.
Known as article.
24 which deals with.
That is not necessarily gray I mean grape.
You might have injury to human beings so yes cyber.
Is moving into that I read in which we would normally think the traditional means of warfare.
Wolf you're part of this same committee that put out this handbook in layman's terms for those watching at home.
What is this what is it do on give us a little a kind of a basic run them.
Well you have to understand that but not too long ago many people but he fibers aids was.
To which existing -- it does not apply.
The first and very important step we've made laws to figure out.
First bad at all indeed supplies and in the second step was all bark -- existing at all.
Would show you may say is not very exciting maybe but.
This has been a very very important -- that.
What -- we -- what -- we have personable identified the rules of.
-- -- That apply to -- -- patients -- has already mentioned.
Or is -- self defense -- -- But we went further we -- far beyond that we also looked at them -- war.
The question hole.
Hard -- civil war provides some sort viable operations.
What they limit -- operations and -- so to what extent.
So we have I think come up where it quite interesting results.
It may well be that -- findings.
May be modified by state and the next couple he is.
But for the time being they passed something.
Kind of guidelines.
They can you was when it comes to viable operation and who responses do.
I've operations by other actors do you -- they either terrorism or -- equipment.
Right and we seen a lot of these attacks not only headed towards our banks -- our financial institutions also are government offices as well and a personal level people are getting hit.
Even some of our famous people in the last week we've heard about everybody from politicians do to some famous celebrities have also been targeted.
In cyber warfare.
Now we got a couple things personal have a chat from a couple of more than coming here number of people actually lady I -- fund says yes cyber war offers a very real -- -- issue the one that.
Is not going to go away we just ignore we also are hearing from is anyone listened -- Redundancy -- doesn't redundancy redundancy -- CB says.
With hummingbird drones how Long Will be before they can listen in and see what we're doing -- -- homes.
We've also heard this week from.
The house homeland security committee on cyber threat against the US here's just one snippet of what that committee said Nicholas.
We need to have continued leadership on these issues as the threat continues to grow in terms of scale scope.
And the consequences are becoming more and more clear.
-- put simply both our national security and our nation's economic security are at risk and the stakes are exceedingly high.
Again stakes exceedingly -- -- -- James.
-- really there's no understatement here this isn't just for people that are techies are people that follow computers or for that matter people that are really into the whole war protecting.
This is a big deal for mom and pops people at home parents -- I mean this is something that could affect us.
Way beyond what we've seen in recent years potentially way beyond even the extent for example that the countries had to sacrifice could -- a war on.
Yes and -- we've also seen.
That other countries are are at risk just like the United States Korea.
Recently our north South Korea was recently.
The object of cyber operation.
-- allegedly from north North Korea have we don't really know whether it's North Korea because of how possibly use it.
Things because stepping stones where you hide your track your footprint in cyberspace when you attack and another.
Person or -- state.
But but that brings that might get I could segue into the manual addresses.
The actions at State's.
Whether between states.
Conflicts within a state like within Syria so.
-- in the Korean case we can use this manual to determine.
There was a use of force.
An article to where we're at special to -- to four.
Whether we're actually in an armed conflict where people are dying.
And at physical harm its -- is quite grave.
Two they should say so with that that -- in the case so fast South Korea yes there were 32000 computers affected.
But it really didn't affect the broadcasting in the country did it was a nuisance for people that wanted to use it.
Automated teller machines.
So this is the type of what we would -- -- computer attack in layman's terms but not in a legal sense so that -- That's covered by -- You know criminal law verses the -- final conflict which which is what the talent and it was about.
Right -- wolf want a quick quick answer from you know while they may not be as visual as as -- war casualties for example the fact of the matter is cyber warfare potentially again as I kind of mentioned to -- Have a much wider -- what are.
Grass really on Americans pot America's publicly could have -- what impact I should say.
It certainly true that we Kate talking about critical infrastructure.
And of course -- -- struck but you know.
And we have become very vulnerable.
Can you bet we have of course.
-- -- not only to defend ourselves -- attacks against that but critical infrastructure.
But of course it must also have certain capabilities.
Who would be offensive capabilities.
In the -- tool would deter others from making use more.
Profiting from those -- but it.
And put that we usually it is important to know the legal limit.
In between which you may conduct our operations whether they are we on -- spent -- whole offensive nature.
And that is the main -- you of -- -- it -- Wolf -- sold -- hiding from the Naval War College in in Newport Rhode -- appreciate you joining us as well as James James Brett Michael.
-- of computer science at the post graduate school -- moderate think you both for joining us.
A we'll -- -- -- gonna talk about this is we know this topic isn't going away and that Manuel of course hopefully will help by the US in the leadership role.
As we move -- think thank you both for joining us thank you.
All right so we as a go to break a resource social media question of the day -- this one and I think all of -- -- -- -- -- -- -- teach each week we duties and has a pretty big and they impact on many have you.
The question today is our sites like FaceBook Twitter is -- -- stressing you out.
You know there are a number of sites out there that can combine all those who oppose the one thing and he goes out to all three but there's a lot of people don't wanna deal with that either could you had different followers on different things but.
It is stressing how do you feel pressure that you have to post on there.
We get thousands of people away in each week on -- we have some accompanying articles to go along with -- -- -- you weigh -- And then when we come back we also come back a talk about a bionic I this is phenomenal stuff coming up Allison -- we'll have that we also have some gadgets for you as well.
And a new wireless company try to make some significant inroads we'll talk about all that.
Right after the break.
Welcome back -- -- past the hour here 1012 on the West Coast won -- out east we now talk about something from from security there were all dealing with of course potential cyber.
Warfare which is is -- really a topic that we're going to be hearing more -- more about over the course of the coming years.
I might even replace conventional warfare and some such as -- so much cheaper for people to actually go after countries like the US.
And in some respects levels the playing field so as we move from that top to begin now go to another topic we're gonna hear more.
About in the coming years that is the idea that we can use technology to really fix things like eyesight.
And Allison Barrie joins us from New York this is called the bionic eyes -- a great article online today on foxnews.com talking about this.
This is great stuff you know for those of us who grew up watching the bionic man -- -- date myself a little bit I was a little kid when that was on Steve Austin had that I worry could see through things.
I mean isn't it may be that -- what it does do -- brings eyesight to people to literally hundreds of thousands of people who who've lost it explain what this does.
Adam it's just so terribly exciting I've had friends he would.
Seven lost their vision you know serving our country and well this might not be exactly ready for that yet -- -- even the smallest and on a different skin in terms of improving eyesight -- giving some vision back to make such a huge quality of life difference to them.
And and the -- the way they discredit to me so I'm so excited about this in its -- very very promising for those who have.
A very common condition called red Knight is -- mentos and from what I understand an it affects about one in 4000 Americans -- so.
Huge that this could a huge amount of potential here that make great difference and with super exciting is Europe is a little bit ahead of us he's in this technology called -- to.
And their trials involved but 21 people and you inevitably the families Jason if they're now able these are people who are.
You for all intents and purposes completely blind to canals -- they can read four letter words he single letters.
New round that you -- see things moving and traveling with just can be quite difficult -- -- people.
Objects that are moving following that movement so it's it's a tremendous not just a small amount of did a tremendous amount of difference in their quality of life.
And we've had sadly you know quite a few.
Our service members have had serious.
Trauma to their eyes.
-- -- out of that over the last ten years we've got about 5000 have a complete blindness so.
What I'd love to see uses technology keeps pushing the boundaries.
And you know help them as well right now it's in the united -- were only using it for those with this one disease that causes.
He generation rate now what we're looking at him his.
And -- some behind the scenes footage of what the device actually looks like it's got three components.
So it's not just serve a bionic -- you've got the implant in the -- You -- who got the glasses that we're looking -- right there have tiny little video camera.
And then you've got -- -- processing unit that you would Wear on your -- and the way it works is at a little video camera takes and you're seeing kind of like -- Iowa it.
Send it typical of a computer that you're wearing that crosses it and translates it sheets and that's the implant that's in here I that -- Barrett is a little bit complicated it.
Then plant that it sends the signals.
Kind of replacing.
-- that's in the cells that are damaged sends the signals of what it's seeing in terms of light patterns.
Your brain and brain interprets it gives you the ability to see.
So it's it's pretty next generation stuff this what -- -- it trickles.
Yeah it's an amazing effect does this give some some pretty good reaction from our viewers all about Twitter FaceBook and also ran out -- McCoy says.
Yet she says technology is the key in the advanced advances in medicines thus far I think this is fantastic.
Mean obviously Joyce Joyce CEB so that they can mean that would help a blind person would be wonderful.
So obviously people I mean the -- doesn't like something like this I guess my question is.
For those who have seen before then lost their site and not try this.
I means it's black and white type stuff at all at what's their feedback is it as it is it more kind of like I.
I think what's it look like to them what they are they able to explain the differences between regular eyesight.
And now this.
Yes I think I can't unfortunately you know we're not there yet where real site -- say is completely replaced -- You have to say -- even talking to you some people of -- -- in the military that have been working on this as well -- parallel to private sector.
And I should mention you usually -- out of you know very well often we see these amazing.
A medical advances come from the military and get pushed down to you you civilian societies advances in.
Pop plastic surgery trauma you know combat -- these sorts of things this is an instance where very small company a very determined.
-- -- private sector people.
We're determined to make a difference and in this will have huge benefits for the general civilian population as -- -- the military.
But yet it's right now.
It's still kind of black and white but you know in the near future it would literally that I was just took about who has an assailant as -- in the military of New -- -- the other night off.
You know this is you know black might say is going to be some you know perhaps a generation off he wouldn't turn acquiring -- -- we -- -- have this lack of my site so.
You know and in the American trials.
You know that.
They weren't sure how much they're going to be policy they're hoping for -- -- doorways you know to see the difference between light and dark -- for example or.
If you're walking down the street distinguishing between her pregnancy could stay on the sidewalk.
But like I said you know it's amazing means is that in this case -- I read all these drive publications that you guys didn't have to look.
Up in my -- -- agent wade through it before it happens that you know I had chided him -- -- waiting period.
Let's say there's a publication that as you can get much notice and I thought like -- brings the attention of the viewers because I think it's terribly exciting an important -- In the states right now it's been quite limited were about I'd -- three years behind in rolling it out so it's useful to look at how the progress they've seen in Europe it.
-- -- leader -- I mean that's really quite something to feel to restore someone's ability to read in.
No I don't I wish that -- minority at the point where you could see colors and rainbows and all these sorts of things but what they can see for example is fireworks -- the Americans who have been using it.
See fireworks and how cool is that he hit it one day not the other -- fireworks in the next day -- you for the giant -- I'm excited about it.
And you know our chancellor viewers are too -- -- the -- which we knew we quoted a government goes back to back -- -- Adam.
What an amazing subject today truly is an amazing subject as -- -- so when he service members and even.
Just regular old people who did not go -- serve our country but maybe had some other issues as you mentioned.
I have some of the different things that can cause eyesight problems and as we also know this stuff is gonna shrink down technology -- so.
Answer one day gonna see it's going to be something even smaller than having to -- pack on your hip and -- and glasses you know who knows what we're gonna see in a lifetime.
Allison -- thank you so much you find her article on a lot of -- foxnews.com talking about the -- -- a guy you can learn more about it there now some things again for joining us as always there's that.
World's only by -- -- guys keep getting better that's the topic.
And check it out on foxnews.com.
Thanks appreciate it -- -- -- -- and now we're gonna look at your body -- from -- and she's now available to us talk about.
What I think it's immigrants are mobile money you're seeing this all over the place now and some bodies up and be near Newport on your Cambridge mass aren't talking about this -- -- I and the -- Arad and yeah I don't know if you're one of those people out there that stands in line and -- -- copy with your Smartphone but here is what the -- A mobile -- -- -- in this department store credit card that you and a lot of our viewers out there had to throw that out the window this.
-- -- Ward's car that I have for clear view cinema -- get rid of that -- -- Have my -- -- gift card they don't want you to actually have this gift card it can all be mobile and also this cast.
There's no need for -- here at this mobile payments at conference with the innovation project.
We're here at Harvard where -- biggest mines in this business in here talking about the trends because it's.
Not just all about using your Smartphone -- -- for staff and it's just a few moments on the Fox Business Network at 1:15 eastern time.
We're gonna be showing you -- -- -- -- my first Smartphone to actually -- eskimo ice -- so.
Jump over an FDA and when we're done of course with foxnews.com.
But it doesn't some of the things that we're talking about here it's all about providing solutions you know -- -- and venture capitalists here.
Told me that -- and the big idea here is solving problems for businesses because.
They're real they're real brain activity is not -- getting us today and get -- -- our Smartphones to pay for things it's actually creating a solution for businesses that.
Two output at an invoice and send a check and get a check back in and get it in the mail and -- -- it actually cost the company about twenty dollars every time they have to do that.
Some massive eliminating and getting your money immediately and eliminating that cost that's where the real value comes from.
One point five trillion dollars in transactions.
Mobile Lee is what the industry is protecting and 2015 and -- -- start with ideas that come out of this place -- -- -- today.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You do was well and I'm looking forward to that -- -- put all those cards on the one thing you know they have.
The past look app for iPhone I tried it is not exactly what I'm looking for -- a couple of other ones out there attic what's one there was one here.
-- -- there's a few others out there that do that kind of things on the -- of the day you can keep all those cards in one place.
And hope we don't get a phone stolen right.
It adds that great -- a big issue it's a privacy security and Adam because.
One alignment are capitalists holding wants apple does it everybody's gonna do it but until then everybody authority trying to come up at their own solutions privacy and security -- big part of that too of course.
Austin's about a Josie joining us live from Harvard University cancer and her reports -- -- that ice cream later on.
On not -- -- -- check -- out and maybe she'll send some our way out here last.
Yes thanks Monica -- all right.
Code ought to break we get back in new wireless company with a new phone and a new way to trying to get into your pocketbook in a way that might be much more advantageous for you want to go with one of the other big companies could be.
A -- change -- trend in the industry also we have some great.
New gadgets to show you that are affordable and you may have not seen some of these as well stay with -- we'll get back to walls talk about the question of the day.
Welcome back -- -- -- -- so far some great -- is look coming in from all over the world the fact that someone here -- been talking to us from Indonesia.
So that's always good to see and hear.
We have our social media question of the -- -- you guys know you've been following the show for the last year so that that is to be a popular topic on foxnews.com and today is no different.
The question is our sites like FaceBook Twitter and and two -- stressing you out too because you feel like you got to be pressured to.
-- and those sites we have some of the company's articles as well we have some funny responses that come in from some -- you depth for side says empty empty lives.
Steve -- says so called social media is not an important part of anyone's daily life.
And Billy are carpenters has no I don't allow liberals in -- furcal.
OK so -- all the so much political but obviously Billy is somebody who's taking close side on that.
So -- away he can on foxnews.com.
And again the question the days do you feel pressured to post a social media.
I mean -- go to our next guest on this one we were waiting for for a couple of weeks because as you know I have multiple phones from multiple different -- -- -- most of the people -- most a lot of people do as well.
And he seems like a video where you are the country and others ATT there's Verizon there's certain companies what are the other companies trying to -- in right now and is doing a pretty good job -- -- republic wireless.
This some divorcing -- a revolution in some respects some of the things they're doing in cell -- technology joining us live -- David Moore can.
He's the CEO and band with -- CEO -- in -- -- wireless he joins us live from Raleigh, North Carolina and David we proceed joining us this morning.
Great to be here.
-- this afternoon for you out there and then Carolinas but morning here in Alaska we don't get released shows that here in the West Coast so.
We have a chance to accentuate the fact that we're three hours behind you guys it's a good thing.
So you know what.
What my friends actually is who actually pissed up the story is no connection you guys and had heard about you and I've met some folks in and took a look at it -- was a really interesting concept.
And that I had a chance do some research -- my -- in the looks like you guys are are trying to change some things up in layman's terms what makes you guys different than some of the companies we already know about.
Yeah let's keep it simple most of -- -- five most of the time and it works.
So why shouldn't our Smartphone use -- for dialing -- as well the level.
And all the perhaps use.
And what reliable wireless does is essentially for nineteen dollars and -- limited.
It lets you use Wi-Fi efforts of some loopholes and tax unlimited and distributing a salute and so if if -- is the essence of the Smart -- how come it took about half a billion handsets shipped worldwide before the symbol I heard.
On your phone call could -- why do you think that we did your version of android on -- -- -- -- great Motorola Smartphone.
And it turns out.
I'm over 60% of the time our subscribers -- -- are using Wi-Fi phone calls or text messaging is and in nineteen dollars and all those people saying.
That's just ridiculous it's -- -- to be true.
What's the cash.
I'm there's good cash letter is just limited one answer turn its.
Right I have a question to because for example have an apple have a Blackberry -- two phones that I have left my my brother has an android.
There are apps out there that you know allow you on that for example the apple two.
Connect to Wi-Fi when you get to a certain location and try to save.
But you have to go to the app yet and set up this you're telling us is as simple as you your phone automatically when you get to the YOU -- Wi-Fi area that you recognize -- recognizes.
It automatically use Wi-Fi instead of of the cell service is right.
That's right once you look I don't know what you love artwork and with twelve million different hotspots around the world and and you asked.
Thought it knows automatically that's why I environment and so elegantly simple and there's a bigger reason -- this is a breakthrough and it's because.
What -- over the top perhaps you're still paying your regular Smartphone built a change your -- and real problem today with the prices being what they are.
When he is -- fine lets you use unlimited Smartphone service for nineteen bucks a month service and now doesn't -- money.
Now now what about what about its viewpoint very good point what about browsing I mean -- -- same concept for browsing I -- right.
Yes right this is this is just a great start on most -- -- -- where I'm using it for phone calls anymore clothes that -- we're -- easier.
Perhaps that's exactly what you journalists on -- limited.
Now aged I I admission called wells we're talking it just android at what what explain your -- -- you guys have your own fault.
We didn't -- great -- Motorola it's terrific Smartphone it allows you to access the Google places to work.
You can download Spotify is you're not in my -- is a huge important deal.
When you're trying to you're using sprint network it's still nineteen unlimited you don't have to -- -- environment when you're not just -- sprint.
I kind of simple way to meet and Wi-Fi and -- mean calls and text messages.
-- Now you regret remind one of -- -- -- -- -- this to you so.
Is it just you have to use just a -- phone wireless phone it has to be from you guys -- -- other phones use your service yet.
There's no reruns and yet it's still republic wireless dot com 41 against it however.
This fall or super excited about three new handsets that are coming out and a good better best approach to the market.
I you know one of our viewers just -- and -- a lot of good feedback people saying this is cool and a person says on.
Can it Larry asked that question four was one person can I use Internet browser you can.
Ali's McCoy are asked a question what are the negatives so our our eyes -- and I'm obviously you're the CEO is or negative on this or what are some of the things you've had overcome babies at a better question.
That's a great question and I appreciate her -- it again.
There's just one handset that's the least limitation now there's no contract.
Which is a huge deals we are able to tears there's no contract has nineteen in my -- it'll just have one answer to choose from its thumb stick -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Then it's Soriano is not unlimited if your pitiful to forty -- -- its nineteen dollar and -- -- -- contract so the biggest the biggest objection.
She got -- -- aren't you at least it was a lot of phones.
And we're we're -- that this fall.
All right David mark in CEO for -- with the republic wireless you can find more out about republic wireless republic wireless dot com a lot of people weighing in.
Very interested to see what you guys have been.
Obviously the interview gave some information to them they can find more at republic wireless dot com if you some interest in that take a look at it I think it's a concept that does he mentions -- -- good -- -- since they aren't aware -- -- opening up an app I mean they're using.
The Wi-Fi integration and I'm curious to see how that goes in good luck to them they -- again for joining us from Raleigh, North Carolina.
-- -- -- -- -- And from our all of our guests we -- -- -- wireless we -- security experts on here as well we just of course and Allison -- her -- -- we now go to the end of the show is we get a chance to show off some of our gadgets and -- As you if you haven't -- before you know -- -- things that are affordable.
Gonna make your life better things you can find on the market maybe some things you haven't seen or heard about yet so we're gonna move -- pretty quickly the first thing we have -- is the moxie shower -- speaker.
Now this -- -- -- found.
-- set out to us.
It isn't really cool it connects to your shower like a normal shower connection would use -- -- you have -- before and if you put some of that tape and there's -- doesn't -- On it goes right like a normal shower head has multiple different settings for the actual a stream of water -- comes out but this thing is connect with the -- -- -- speaker.
You can take with you to -- speaker you can actually charging -- to -- to the beach for example the wireless little Bluetooth.
35 feet away it works it is clearly clicks right back -- take a shower can actually listen to your music your Smartphone can be away from the shower so it doesn't get away.
And for about 199 get via Bluetooth 32 feet away -- can -- show charging it with you and it's magnetic.
That one is still the moxie shower head in -- -- -- dot com as one place you can find it.
From there we had this thing is you know I haven't used this before of a good friend of mine uses this and loves it and had it -- -- -- me to show you guys.
It's called the think senator tiny desktop I mean PCs are getting so small -- obviously apple has -- is -- -- is very small but this thing has multiple inputs in the back of it.
It its energy efficient.
It's about 499 bucks supports multiple monitors on you can run things in your house on the now for the Smart home.
This is from Lenovo.
Think it's called I think sooners a tiny desktop.
-- I think is -- also is great graphics and energy efficient and obviously it's extremely small you can take it with you you have to go on the road for a couple of weeks -- -- vacation connected to your home computer.
And package obviously -- well.
Moving along we also -- -- we talk about this last week we're gonna check it out which and we did this is the Polaroid kids tablets about what.
One -- nine is what we were told but we found on the line for 149 in shape as 119 depending on where you go.
I it's kid friendly preloaded with 35 premium maps camera music player and arcade -- current local controls for a web browser.
I'm forcing my son can't use this yet my time -- to use -- probably have a newer version but.
Armament pass along to somebody else and it's a pretty cool mobile device for Polaroid again you can -- -- -- -- as 119 I've seen him 149.
On line as well.
Up a couple of weeks ago we talked about the camp scanning -- card app it's for your iPhone.
The really cool app you obvious human Dave but.
A way to clarify one thing is called -- -- scanner.
If you get a free or pro so I had someone else but one of of talking mr.
Wanted to scans of the community -- scanner was working as -- download this app you can actually take a picture with your iPhone or your android.
And it it turned it into PDF it's from camp scanner.
Again they have a pro version as well as for 41990 can do more things they also have a -- card.
Which is two right now which allows you to scan your business cards keep them -- you don't -- things around.
-- very impressed the so far been trying to find.
Both an app for cards and for -- and so far I've been very pleased with those two apps I want declare clinic in camp scanner both -- and pro.
Then we have two more things where both are pretty small.
This was a photo flash -- read this thing is really cool.
It's cheap it's 99 dollars to -- how'd how much you want to memory wise to be all the -- -- 399.
What's so great about this this is -- flash drive that connects to your computer both your PC.
And -- apple had a USB drive.
But also that's an iPhone 5 connector -- the regular iPhone can also -- android connection as well.
So you can put movies pictures would ever on this flash drive take it with you.
Connected to your phone keep -- in your pocket -- to care run a hard drive you want to buy a phone now that has.
You know 64 gauging by -- has sixteen -- and carried this with you are fantastic product goes back and forth between the computer.
Let's call the photo last photo last -- flash drive HD.
Are you get funded photo fast dot com again the prices vary but file encryption file exchange a two way storage between Mac or PCI OS it's a great to little device.
And the last thing is that we've been trying to show for a few -- -- -- -- who -- now for those people who like to.
Painter draw on your iPad are also has -- a one and -- well this thing detach is actually has a -- a paintbrush I've tried it.
The number of different apps out there you can -- -- -- for example my iPad right here I have are re -- have sketch book.
I'd use it on both of those it works pretty darn well you can.
You can adjust to -- things on and it's actually a brush like you would do normal I would recommend painting obviously with that but you -- -- on your iPad.
Also works with the Kindle -- windows eight is well on.
You can use -- spotted since -- dot com 3999.
So as you can see we have some of these smaller things you may not think about and the more the larger items like the Lenovo computers that -- with you on the road.
So that's our dad is tougher today arguing take a shower listen to music noted that the wary about -- your phone Dave likes that I think there might have to get that first house and or his wife.
Might be good present coming up from others there right.
I'm blessed in our chauffeur today as you know we had guests from everywhere from the Naval War College to -- Joes who -- -- As well as republic wireless and -- dad -- segment that's it today protect take.
A jam packed show thanks for everybody from from weighing in from all over the country and all over the world for that matter.
We're back next week 10 AM West Coast time 1 o'clock eastern for more tactic if you had any suggestions -- -- you wanna see.
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