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We have a number of great guests -- -- gadgets at the end nor are we -- -- piled around us but today we're gonna focus more on some smaller items you can find that might.
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And to think might help keep your phone -- as you -- throughout the day but we start off first right here in Los -- -- first our our first guest is -- playing.
I CEO Peter -- communications entry communication you come -- -- Julie Guy but a great piece on foxnews.com and on op Ed opinion piece.
On the media study out textbook case going on right now key demographics about all that obvious -- few media said he is well.
I've got to give us a rundown for those who haven't gone there yet hope we have a chance to click on this article infuse social media study -- all the wrong buttons.
In layman's terms what -- -- of the study what what are the problems with -- Well basically it was a studied that Don compares all the segments in terms of their social media usage and it had the African American of course the white.
In the white population and also the Hispanic population -- but it.
Omitted the Asian America -- -- market in this study.
And of course we know especially here in California.
The Asian American market is -- isn't anywhere in the country but specific California being a very large Asian American market as well what.
Look at it what does that do to the study when you I mean how how do you ignore that kind of market.
I'm really quite sure I do know that the -- senator did say that because statistic leading Asian Americans highest statistically insignificant it's about.
3.5 to 5% and in the national.
To -- so -- statistically was it in it was really difficult for them to include us in that the study.
Owner Michael and we can show that -- articles right -- foxnews.com you can read more about the study exposed barely post -- of course for for a long time coming for sure.
The study itself what did -- find and and how would it in the Asian American population think it would change it anyway.
It didn't have that much of -- surprising.
The result it said that.
A lot -- that the young people beat aren't as social media quite quite often.
But the fact that Asian Americans -- and all that the different studies showed that Asian Americans in -- very high right on.
Gadgets -- and you know these these computers and the fact that -- sinner.
Did not include us means that we're still quite invisible.
That they did a very good study.
On and on Asian American saying that it's an emerging and rising in my question is that.
How long do we have to emerge -- rise before -- -- including the whole American landscape.
You know -- employ up right now to see you know what who what are what are you are saying and it's interesting said because I mean you're right how especially I keep saying California because we were -- -- in California and California institute it.
A -- -- -- -- American population for for generations.
It was interesting to note that in your article and you've repeated here again.
The Asian American population is emerging why would.
Anybody come to that conclusion is it shocking to me really 'cause it's it's not an emerging population well it's it's emerged a long time ago you were here yet exactly.
Yeah so I think that that obviously must -- upsets you but I mean how did you come back.
Well I you know it's really upsetting more of concern that were excluded in any kind of steady especially in very credible our research institute -- as -- -- it means that.
If -- included even in this this area.
We could be -- we could be excluded in any kind of you know policy driven studies us want to side.
Well to it lately really appreciate your time later Trent communications you CEO and trend -- trend communications and -- of course.
-- -- article online Q social media study puts all the wrong buttons.
It's right now live on foxnews.com.
An opinion piece great great article on make some fantastic points and really calls -- -- question.
This study -- you think about a lot of studies when you when you when you when you see that they basically just totally forgotten my entire segment of our population that he's a huge.
Influence are so thanks much for thank you very much thank you right.
That's our first guest of course right here in Los -- -- -- -- -- New York today as well and and and to believe and not Fresno California for.
A story we have our gadgets -- we'll have all those for you stay with easier if you -- China and we have all get actually have some comments coming in now bring luck to you after the break.
Welcome back it is six past the hour here in the West Coast of course -- past the -- also on the East Coast but it's 10 AM here's we have had lunch yet.
-- attack take your -- watching his life here we have another couple of great -- this segment appointed to those a couple of chats have come in.
-- one person says -- they include Cuban Americans are native Americans.
Seems like Asian Americans not we're not the only ones left out and that is true but you know in the native -- and the Asian American population is massive.
Also cutie Mon 07.
Pretty common in here as well saying most studies do seem.
To exclude a lot of races and it does one of the things as we report on the news with saudis do come out we think we're a pretty -- a look at that and ensure that they didn't exclude things as you know.
Just about any set of numbers can be set.
Any different ways so it's and then we'll continue to watch your throughout the half hour will be talking about more of your comments -- the way -- -- foxnews.com live.
You can also weigh in on Twitter and on FaceBook we -- go to New York -- -- some very joins us talking about the new combat ship the navy has.
And this is all about tech you know house a couple of years ago we had a chance to block the -- combat ship when I was coming to San Diego when they're doing the testing.
Kind of of those home.
-- it's amazing -- for the whole day.
But people don't know there's two types of combat -- -- -- there is one of those kind of a dual hole and there is one that's the single hole.
And they are you know they run with a third last right and in the normal a ship and it's just.
It was a fantastic.
Technological advancement it was fantastic to see it's great to see it out there for the navy I think it benefits everybody involved tell us about your article about the ship.
-- super exciting add this ship that you I'm so does he got does see.
It's the very different than 881.
The twirled a couple of world -- -- and what that means I know you know an item that fired -- -- in case they're less familiar.
-- -- means a battle space that's kind of coastal waters are more shallow waters I would getting a look at it here that's really cool.
Video for our viewers to check out I think hopefully it's gonna start until they -- -- it.
At that rate yet provided us Pearl Harbor yet they stopped in Pearl Harbor on the way out to join a seven -- -- -- just join them last week.
-- of course is in mid very it ramps up rhetoric from North Korea a bit North Korea had their own exercise.
Our viewers are probably seen -- the US is a very large scale annual exercise going honest usually about two months every year.
In the waters -- it's really cool about this is that this ship is super fast super ads down very maneuverable very flexible.
-- three primary missions the first is.
Anti submarine warfare is that's you know the threat of enemy subs the second is anti surface warfare so.
This could be things like ace a -- of work for our viewers probably hear that term bandied about quite a bit.
It's meant to work that could be something like and the USS Cole incident that tragedy where no small craft is used to take on.
Very large ships and -- can be devastating it can be loaded with explosives so that's very important that there is -- -- mind so.
What viewers might not -- people are surprised when I tell them I know people are aware that we had these things called IED's or minds.
On land -- -- also current plotters so as you can imagine if you were to go to war.
That's -- something very very important to could be devastating ease the waters can be very coup overtly mind so to very important mission -- super cool is that.
This new model can do sweeping twice as basses are older one so.
Incredibly important anyway you know something -- you happen.
Also the word is adaptable I think we've got about this ship it you can go anywhere or do any thing -- can cover just about every single mission.
At the navy is now involved with everything from national security too offensive if the if need be.
Even running down drug runners off the coast of California or Mexico so this thing.
-- when we -- it was incredibly fantastic result testing at the time -- it's good to see it now actually out about ten as we saw there.
Arriving in Pearl Harbor spray it's and it's -- -- -- bad very.
Possibly as stress it's very rapidly configure also within an -- days -- -- and you would appreciate is really quite remarkable.
The mission packages can be changed changed and changed out so.
For example if you're looking at an enemy -- sort of scenario you can package sent get a really great mission package loaded up with heavy torpedo is.
He went my want for counter mine you might want to lays -- scenes airborne sonar all these sorts of very -- the arts.
Very next generation intact this this -- can really -- sits and -- out so it's.
Incredibly important and and -- in today's says he's -- modern warfare.
It's not as the temple is a lot faster and you need to deal to adapt and beavers also running very cool in the south -- -- a system on is called combats when he won.
Also very impressive super cool stuff -- Had to play -- for our viewers that they but I put a lot more -- on what exactly that system involved in the articles they can check that out.
Right someone one of our viewers just -- commented in why the Pacific a wise it in the Pacific well of course.
We've we've heard from the navy date and asked for that matter the military their pivoting toward the Pacific for a number reasons one.
Of course you still have all the south American issues in the drugs coming up north into California but on a much larger scale you have China and what's going on in the South China Sea and all over that region.
And of course you know the navy does -- from Southern California many times it heads over towards the Persian gulf going through the agent agent waters on the way and so.
We know that the whole area over there right now with China and many of the Asian nations that there's a lot of issues going on.
And most people do believe that the future is really for the navy for that matter the military's going to be this Pacific pivot and that's why the ship.
This -- time of the Pacific anything you want added -- your article to get people -- final foxnews.com.
I sure I'd and I also mention that you that really thorough review of wiped out there Clinton as the North Korea for that but that's not actually specifically -- join -- seventh fleet.
People I'd love to -- -- bad -- on -- Adam.
Actually our seventh fleet has been out there for seventy years protecting you know their area of responsibility.
That's a 48 million square mile area of responsibility that they've been holding down for you seventy years of -- just had that anniversary.
It's really quite a -- I'd love to give a shout -- all the all the men and women who work have been serving over that time period.
Is quite critical and you know -- to their joining that say there's at any given time -- -- there's about a hundred it does submarines and ships.
Posted to the seven rightly so -- Ship in particular the USS freedom will be joining.
A very very cool if our viewers want to check out -- cool exercise.
They got to check this one out in June Altima try to make sure I cover for the NC but.
A luggage ahead next says it's the name doesn't sound so cool is called the combined afloat readiness training program but these super cool it in -- exercises and undersea warfare training exercises.
And this is a joint program with all of southeast -- -- from Brunei Bangladesh.
Malaysia everyone participates.
Left my years to check out article there was some more inches details on the weapons systems that got them there where.
Possible to -- picture we'll take a look at that again -- the article online that increased rhetoric from North Korea combat ship USS freedom is now in the Pacific and good information is always Alison look forward to talking to you again with your next article -- it each week using that you have something it's even more interest in their blood people weighing in.
Saying they love to talk about the -- some -- good times and we look forward to seeing it on line I think Adam.
All right Alison from New York now we move over to back here to the west go through Fresno California from -- accused and accuser talking about.
Skateboarding and about electronic skateboards and how they're kind of taking over the sidewalks right.
Now that's rat that I want to look at -- your former transportation to get you to and from more.
On a short commute.
You -- -- try an electric -- -- as a -- that you can also do fun on the weekends it's you outside and everywhere in between.
-- -- come a long way over the years.
They've got a left.
Different round on this electric keyboard could be -- Down -- -- Foreman and Jeff Lawson started about the last project while they was.
Studying mechanical engineering and call it.
They were started.
As a project not a product motivated us to keep working on it outside of the class.
They want design something to.
Helped with the typical you -- really pour.
The area with kind of ghetto the -- weren't so good Connecticut fallen and blocked -- -- which weren't so good because of road really for.
And has played inclined.
Four years later is keyboardist turning into a bustling business.
These days we're building over a hundred boards per week and some of those -- People -- doesn't manufacturing facility here in Modesto California.
Tighten everything moved to make sure everything lined up making the for the right well make that -- gets through customer.
You're not only handle bar for using your body weight for making this important extension of your body as you move around.
How does the board's work there's no messy wires are both few remote controls you simply -- -- -- -- lead -- to go.
Back to stop and there's also a rebirth.
As a top speed of seventeen miles an hour the speed that you go as dictated by how hard -- leaning forward so you can go you can go to call you can go.
And I jog pace or he all the way -- -- the top speed.
Awful fully charged formal get you up to ten miles now this might not be up.
Quite up to -- -- five standards yet from back to the future too but it is bringing us one step closer to the hover board Adam.
Michelle replied I misspoke I know your last name it's not a loose so I apologize.
Going fast I I cut -- a little portion there.
We spent a lot of time covering -- of course up in up and then into the mountains a few weeks ago.
-- the -- sports fantastic news another aspect of this that you kind of touched on your historian -- touch on this more as well.
Is the fact that it's it's made -- Modesto as we know -- -- -- -- or into the California there's been some issues over the last couple years with the economy.
It's great to -- company like -- some young guys in in Modesto providing this next generation skateboard that's providing jobs as well right.
-- -- I want it in Modesto California the facility is -- in -- in this like.
Industrial area so there's a bunch of small companies that are -- getting kick started.
There and that area so those guys went -- university Southern California USC and has started this project.
And -- class and then turn it into a business and so they decided to go to Modesto where.
Little cheaper and -- and bring back to the can bring.
Business back to that community and they have a short commute from where they live on in Sacramento downs and it needs to Modesto to start working.
Yet even -- the site and also the actual supports up to you eroded.
It it looks like you know there's a couple things out there right now there's these these these solo wheels we tried -- CES last year that you kind of -- for it takes awhile to get used to it.
The state forcing kind of idea it's all about you or your weight transferred when you're right it was a difficult was it did you did you could you find any any difficulties about or was it and it was obviously it's fine.
Well yeah obviously it's fun but you know actually I'm Imus snowboarding so I -- have that basics patted down but that.
Eight it's a little sketchy at first and then you get caddie used to and you kind of feel -- for Barney to leave Florida leaned back and -- -- how.
-- the sides and to make the board turn.
So when you kinda get that down then you are able to cruise a little more seamlessly and -- the wheels are a little bigger so.
Unlike a -- landscape where that you can go over different difficult terrain which allows the -- it -- so -- don't trip and fall and fall the board.
Michelle quick quick quick action first of all like your team on -- -- messages and I have to ordinary skateboards announced they want an electric skateboard.
If somebody else asked what's the price range -- price range -- obviously the price range -- these things.
Yellow they see different boards and that it ranges between 600 on -- thousand dollars so.
Not too bad they sit and are actually all over the states and every single.
Supply that they get it here in the United States.
You can it's it's a great way to get around it's even better for me personally -- along board where you still have to user -- -- paddle and I was hot I really want -- so I would urge everyone to go out there and buy one of us.
All right does take away the whole energy aspect that's for serious you're trying a little working on -- -- that that takes it away.
Michelle -- -- -- -- from Fresno thanks for joining us and we appreciate the report fantastic idea and -- look to those guys.
All right well right now it's eighteen past the hour it continued to what's your comments and getting -- -- -- as well -- a couple of that a guest coming up some more gadgets.
-- with this would come back rent talk about as speaker to later on what is wireless speakers that might be one Europeans and we'll talk about it we get back.
Welcome back assorted past the hour -- Tony here on the West Coast protect take so far that's a pretty good guess talking about everything from.
Electronic state boards to the new.
Navy combat ship now we go to San Francisco's -- from New York to LA to San Francisco -- Fresno.
Now San Francisco we're talking with does Sony entertainment bring somebody on here are talking about the new -- Involvement inspiring women to get involved in the video game industry into a bit basically develop video gaming.
And it -- -- audio senior VP of global sales and marketing for Sony -- joining us from San Francisco talk about this.
You know Laura look at this this morning it basically inspiring women's involvement in the gaming industry obviously women are a huge part of the industry already.
I assume this is helps provide them more opportunity to get some morn ball.
Exactly Adam I think that -- at Sony online entertainment for a long time with believes in.
That diversity drive success and that the more diversity and this is the better games it will put out and -- we've been running a scholarship called girl.
Gamers in real life and for the last five years we've kind of taken entries and awarded 101000 dollars a year.
To the winner and they've gone on to have very lucrative.
Wonderful awesome careers in the video game in addition I think that's something that we're very proud of.
Yeah and this years girl competitions with 2013 -- 2013 obviously year how can someone get a -- taking submissions right now so is it.
Obviously -- -- online you know how can how can women who -- -- to get involved in this.
Yeah it's really easy I just -- -- -- dot com slash girl and there's -- instructions page and a submission process there's an essay involved -- as well as some -- emissions that go along with it.
And then we get a group of panelists together internally to review them at the end.
I'm -- certain way.
All of the different factors in the decision making process so -- say it's a group of individuals making that decision.
And then we award the winner.
Right there to -- -- enrollment in and they also are involved in the San Diego office right is paid intern ship.
And I assume they can go there and not only express themselves for the same time maybe make some inroads into future employment or help propel their career.
-- in the video game industry.
That's exactly right so we give them an intern -- and we mentioned than just you taxes -- our director of the company -- super passionate about it.
And he personally oversees that they sit side by side with the game development team in their learning with the same tools and professionals in the industries are using.
I'm watching that comment process not just from our perspective too that the program in just a plan and that game designers.
I personally think that the game development processes so interest in and it's evolved a lot over the years and just the tools and things that we have at our disposal to create these online virtual worlds is pretty incredible.
-- -- -- -- Hands on and and it lasts typically -- -- summer we work with their school schedules spent the last five winners of all gone on to have great careers.
One works here in San Francisco at another game developer.
Another one has gone on it's it's -- you axes and -- just dot com.
-- and then another one is actually making that.
Transformers for Hasbro.
-- was there a lack of women candidates are number of women candidates in the industry -- Bellamy was that the reason for Sony getting behind this to push more women get involved because obviously.
Video gaming that the the theory would be is that you'll see more young men playing video games -- getting involved -- young women.
Yeah I you know I think I think this is going through another great transition at this point -- Scientifically and historically -- was always been thought of as the males eighteen to 34 year old demographic and you know I grew up -- maybe I was a little bit of an anomaly.
And now this generation is our parents and we're seeing our kids.
The game -- and -- and sharing a social experience and with the mobile devices.
Everybody is a gamer and their games out there for everybody and so.
I think that yes there was a lack of candidates but I also think we wanted to communications platform we wanted to be able to talk about how important that is so that women felt like there welcomed into the industry.
And not just maybe -- have an off sacks off chance of that happening that.
Companies are really looking.
For more women to get involved and so.
You know we've had.
Exponential growth -- -- zero every year and I think that's a testament to how well the program works but also how interested women aren't working in this industry.
Our show that website again what more time for those -- -- -- state or may know someone who might -- to the girl competition again.
Right now Sony's putting 2013.
You can see right -- the scholarship program.
How long obviously the information is online but how long do women have to apply for this program and -- with a final decision be made.
So it's a final push tomorrow is the last and I -- it's that we're accepting submissions.
And then -- review process takes about a month or so online announced the winners.
Isn't you know beginning of summer.
All right all -- us -- Lauren of it now BOC to buy.
The girl come to -- -- a line of course you'll be able see this on foxnews.com you be able to find the link there as well.
And good luck this year the competition we'll check back with you afterwards in Seattle came out in who you -- shows and see which came up with.
Sounds great thank you so months.
I think -- So -- pretty good so far we have some great guests we have about Fresno of course we had Laura in San Francisco as well -- here in Los Angeles and and in New -- -- moved around the country that.
Now you are -- demos we talked about the over the course the last year have been doing the show.
If you have been weighing in about things that they were interested in.
And -- -- -- -- we get on Twitter on FaceBook and Caroline asked for a course affordable things things you can use at home things that might make your life better that aren't gonna cost an arm and a leg.
And we -- number things today I focused on the small today.
And so we have on the poll these things over here right now restart -- for the first of which is the -- as he -- power to.
This thing got -- -- the mail the other day a look at it's it's incredibly small it's very durable you hold it it feels very sturdy.
It's small has a number different connections in the back.
USB and on both sides of the US be in fact in the back and it could charge just about any device you have a Smartphones.
Off iPods that kind of thing.
Starters and usually up to one and a half times so I can -- last week we were doing a story in Arizona for spring training.
And we were you know out in the sun all day and had no -- -- recharge her phone I didn't have one of these would like -- -- are numbered of products like these on the on the market right now.
On this one -- -- because of the deed that cylinder shape.
Fits in the corner of my bag heavy duty are not expensive but all 2995.
Again the physique up power to.
I recommend this 11 of them many on the market this one was won the kind of stood out for us.
I talked with -- couple Disco called the charge card the charge -- product project dot com you can see it's -- in this at your wallet the size of -- Credit card.
What's interesting about this is it's basically USB cable so we've learned more about this product from the last time we spoke about it it's a USB cable you can see it right there.
It plugs into your computer and then the other end is a number different adapters there will plug into.
Any Smartphone you have wouldn't be android -- one of the apple devices are.
You know before the five which courts have different connections are in -- -- fits in your wallet and that's one of the biggest things that I noticed some were out about the people need.
-- -- -- cable to plug their phone and do a computer or or into a power source like for example.
The -- you plug it into this theoretically and it doesn't work squadron there are so -- you -- these two products which aren't made by the same company actually worked together.
So this is the charge card project it's 25 dollars you can find it on line -- charged.
Are right now the turtle shell.
This is 121 of the speakers that you -- you can find the one of the wireless because throughout -- on the market.
This -- -- Bluetooth connected speaker.
You -- -- -- right there that connects to -- any product you have there has to do with Bluetooth music so William and android product to computer.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Received -- -- senator right now of course now there were doing the show he probably won't hear it but normally.
Yet they go.
Do you seems to the sound of that thing.
As small also has to happen -- in the connect to fight so if you wanna come on your bike ride on the beach for example you could actually play music.
And now you can hear me.
As -- as the show as -- show airs so it is -- -- speaker sounds great works fantastic and as I showed you right there were but not only with.
Streaming video on tech take from the computer but also the music it came from.
ITunes are to a quick is already your hair first of all the tap contact exchanged a Michelle Obama iPad because it just makes more sense on here.
This is an app that one of our our technicians here in LA his -- friends developed an Arizona.
Got to tap contact exchange and basically had -- started using MS around the day a lot it's a normal a normal -- you punch up on -- the on your iPad or your iPhone.
It's coming out on android very soon.
In -- automatically connected to all my contacts so you can see there's there's two different types of where you can use this -- First of all you can be free and you can you can get a number of different options this way.
On and so far I've been impressed with the contact management abilities of this -- way to exchange it.
On the under on -- -- you can send out.
There's also the ability to upgrade this to professional packages which allows you to.
-- say for example you change your email wanna go to my friends your date changes email to a meet dot me account.
Anyone to be able to.
You get how you have all this nobody -- email all of us in this sense he could literally pushed a button.
And it would go out to all the contacts automatically changed all of your tap contacts -- would have to worry about contacting everybody they automatically haven't changed in their contacts and next time he email.
They would have the proper email address and a public ornaments -- one of these cameras -- associate more next week we just got to the mail we're gonna mess around this others -- toys cameras is called action shot.
This camera the positive ways you can mounted there's a -- to announce -- on there's a thing for your helmet to -- mountain on.
There's a talk these cameras coming out right now we're gonna restaurant this once with the prices on the price points are the -- building as I drop on the floor and we'll tell you how how -- next week but I wanted to show yet.
And -- also bring back that -- next week in flight in the studio so did you see -- a -- city is it the power to the -- garden turtle shell.
But -- contact exchange you can now find that.
It's you -- it can I -- you dot com it's also.
On the iTunes store is well.
So that's it for today on the show -- take.
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