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Good morning it's just after 10 AM here on the West Coast just after 1 PM -- cape coast after Wally Cox.
As we started late my voice is starting late after one week off we're back with -- -- you can join us right now tons of different different talk about later on in the show.
Some great technology including a touch screen tablets also I don't touch it and gonna mess it up by -- Right here to -- right one although a couple of other great items as well.
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-- we're gonna go right to our first guest in a couple great -- or you.
I do know each week we do stories that have to do with news and technology without getting too deep into the technology angle try to keep a layman.
A we're gonna be a separate Cisco and a few moments where to start first in New York with -- Barry if you watch the passion of the system great articles on technology and military technology.
What's cool about this article -- talking about the flying fortress or the great new warship.
Obvious is more about veterans and military members and how they can get into the job market in some of the things they can do -- -- -- joins us live from New York right now his an article up with foxnews.com also about this topic Allison.
Always good to -- yeah.
Think Brad and Adam.
I know this one's about how veterans can find jobs and some of the great ways and some of the different.
Different technology ways technological ways and a lot of of course had to do with social media out there I give us a -- what's your articles -- -- how important I'll be.
-- -- -- -- so I thought you know what better timing -- a Memorial Day to highly TU new online tools for veterans and actually serving -- personnel.
They can help them get not just a job when they retire but.
Their ideal jobs said.
One is called the rally playing and it sort of lake you -- and it was -- -- item it's it's sort of like military Linkedin and and launched last year for active -- -- personnel and a Memorial Day idol officially open its stores.
Two of those -- have -- retired as well.
And the other one is called.
The military career coach and that that's been created by -- -- -- And -- absent loved that one as well this one provides a bit more tips it's kind of like your own personal coach and it -- is you know and fantastic very global company.
So they've really given their know how they're offering and not just of people -- interest in working for them.
But you know any job you want to take anywhere so has.
Sort of like pod cast coaching at -- tools.
Other key top tips on how to into -- in the private sector a how to really shine in how to translate on this fantastic military skills that you have.
-- the private sector and it can explain in a way that someone in employer who might not be so familiar with.
The military can be fully appreciate what you have to offer.
One of those things I -- -- quite interesting Adam is that.
The military -- to the veterans are not utilizing social media.
As much as you know to find jobs -- as a tool to find jobs as others are so it's and as we know -- players are increasingly using.
Tools like Linkedin to recruit and find people so -- to be -- to shame not to -- have to have tiger -- excluded from these great opportunities so.
I love that both of these applications.
Kind of it's got a little cheat sheet aren't idiots guide for me and -- to see a lot of it was -- -- -- cancer and another day.
-- -- half of them but -- top tips and just how to make that transition in how to get that perfect job that you're looking -- We have a million veteran right now looking for jobs we have enemy and expect to look for jobs over the course of the next three years -- How -- -- talk to any of these folks and are they using some of these things including the two you highlight.
-- yes so.
Up until it that the only the right -- -- to be available to veterans on Monday but the -- -- -- has been fantastic on now and Adam.
I kind of allow his serving military didn't jump start before they -- is not certainly can return and I bowed out of ideas.
And allows you to build that network in advance you kind of reach out.
-- build a professional network find out explore opportunities that are out there.
And utilizing a figure out where is great please -- I've hit some really great stories about.
He's making no let him I was on -- met some people I connected friends of friends essar saying.
And they had some suggestions -- in the right direction you know and -- heads up on job opportunities.
So that's awesome and you know -- the mutual -- center that's just started this week but what I can say is that.
For a couple years I worked very closely with The British Army on veterans issues and one in that big challenges the veterans is that they just yet they felt a little bit like a lot -- dumped out there and didn't how necessary that -- know how on how do you sign an -- of union.
Let's face it -- sector -- are very different -- humility interviews so.
I think I think it'll be fantastic I had a quick look at and I love is -- courage people to check it out.
All right -- very good -- article on foxnews.com.
As always we appreciate -- -- -- a couple of shout outs to real quickly Allison Lorena kitchen Montgomery watching from.
Turks and caicos -- love to go there there's Allison legacy alive -- help veterans find jobs.
Maybe we can you know some of these guys if they find a Duckett had down there for vacation and also Paul Craig is watching his -- we appreciate people watching around the globe -- analysis for joining -- -- -- All right from New York go to severed -- -- if you heard the new Xbox system I mean much if you have one of -- -- -- -- home Xbox PlayStation.
But I just for games anymore -- I don't wanna want Hollywood to lie down.
But I have -- -- home and out of athletic game on -- six straight months it's it's used for other things almost like an apple TV you can find different apps on there it makes a TV is Smart TV really.
And Xbox of taking the next step.
In that whole process joining us live to Steve but -- editor in chief of IG in dot com you can find.
Their website I -- dot com berries and was well Steve thank you thanks for joining us was ever Cisco.
You're very welcome thank you.
You know off our question is about Xbox one obviously -- -- in layman's terms I was trying to explain to Oklahoma's you don't know what a game system is the most it'll probably watching -- this point have an idea.
On that Xbox one missed the mark with this new product.
What depends on what you think their goal should have been I don't think they missed the mark in terms of reaching out to the mainstream consumer and saying.
We are a replacement for all the other entertainment devices that are competing for attention in your living room.
They want to replace the cable box essentially so united can.
Stream TV on your Xbox you can watch cable you can.
Engage -- social networks.
It's not a very compelling message to gamers of course and -- -- -- the consumption patterns that a lot of new generation folks have for media but.
I think they accomplish what they want to accomplish which is to say we are an entertainment solution for everything you need in your living room.
Do you think you're going more towards though the PlayStation and we kind of makes -- mean you see David I sauce on -- at this in the store the Internet for -- in an in person.
-- the ability to detect people's movements and faces.
It's kind of like they -- we from a few years ago yet on steroids but also the PlayStation idea where they're making more of a connected TVs in the Xbox.
Was the one a kind of stayed more towards gaining and in this case as you mentioned.
The -- trying to be maybe something for everyone.
Well I don't know I mean they they have the connect functionality now on the Xbox-360 so it's something that all three of the big console manufacturers have tried to solve.
The problem is right now all that generation is you know all that technology -- first generation.
It's all very much proof of concept waiting for -- -- of -- something really intuitive really interactive of those technologies.
What about the fact that some gamers are complaining that the games from Xbox-360.
Won't work on the new console.
On the know they'll have to keep to console -- -- hooked up.
But the big problem writes that the problem that Microsoft -- US assault.
You know I myself have a tremendous catalog of Xbox-360 games.
The problem well that the solution for me is that I'm not gonna get rid of my Xbox-360 but now I have two game consoles when maybe I only need one.
I think a bigger problem for Microsoft -- -- with regard to gamers and expectations as.
How are they gonna handle the used game market how are they gonna handle game rentals how -- -- gonna handle loaning games to friends.
Right now we don't have a lot of clarity on that but it sounds like Microsoft -- locking that stuff out in an attempt to get even more revenue out of this box.
In -- you -- you had the Xbox-360 unit and a wide a variety of games so what is your.
Gut on this -- step away from the professional side of things.
Where you give -- and we'll go back to that but as as as someone who likes them obvious urges them both.
And you were you surprised me happy were you shocked -- -- anything me as a person who knows Xbox 316 I don't know Xbox-360 that well that's why I'm asking you.
-- we as a professional somebody who covers the business of this industry.
I was -- very surprised it made sense to me as a gamer I was a little let down.
I've already got something in my house that I can watch TV on so why don't need to redundancies -- technology that allows me to do that I expected to hear more about games but.
-- -- three just a few weeks away I understand the Microsoft is holding a lot of things back now waiting for that big event down in Los Angeles where they're going to speak directly to the gaming consumer and say.
Look here are new -- piece -- -- new franchises here the new game play experiences you can have our console.
But -- that we really wanted to hear but I'm not surprised we didn't.
Beyond -- question coming -- one of our producers actually that I hadn't gotten to yet and I'm glad you brought up about the Xbox original TV program like you know.
The -- live action series we talked about that a few weeks ago here -- on on this show.
As a place -- that's a bit.
That's a big deal that's a brand play for Microsoft right.
It legitimizes them as a TV content provider and it also bolsters one of their biggest IPs halo by its association with Steven Spielberg.
In this media format that is much more mainstream I mean people are much more likely to accept halo as a television show.
-- as a video game and maybe some of those folks who first encountered as a TV show.
Will become curious about the game and Microsoft figures they can transform those TV fans in the gamers.
Yes I think of what comes back to -- kind of touched on as well now back to the business side of things and that is.
You know there there are so many different avenues out there nowadays and you have -- connected TV type folks -- the apple TVs and Brett did have the ability to get these things on your computer are on your television you can stream things.
-- that you have the gaming situation you have the ability to you know chat with grandparents who are 56 hours away.
There it seems like both.
Nice are you are -- Sony here but with Sony -- spots you have two different companies and other was doing the same thing of course when we is as well.
Really trying to expand out and grab more and more and more of the audience to guess the question comes then is there a way for them to some.
-- still specialize.
-- -- game well that's a good.
That's a big question right are they sufficiently differentiated enough from each other to stand on the marketplace.
And our -- of offering a service that substantially different from what we're already getting on our tablets are Smartphones.
And I'm not sure they are.
In the gaming space we we've seen things like iPad and -- even the PC.
Development -- become highly democratize and both of those spaces you've got kick starter which makes funding a lot easier you've got digital distribution models which means you don't have to go through Tripoli publisher.
And is ready access to development tools.
Our big question is.
Is Microsoft's development environment for the Xbox one going to be so close that there's not a lot of room for innovation.
I think that's gonna hamper their competitiveness in the market more than the actual hardware specs.
My last question for you is do you think.
Overall -- the busy professional this was a Smart move.
I actually think it was a Smart -- look I mean Microsoft spends a lot of time has a lot of intelligent people working on this project.
I think it's a very Smart move for them they're trying to capitalize on.
This mainstream exposure right I mean gaming is becoming ubiquitous -- -- and we have all these different devices that connect this to each other in the concert we -- -- consume and all these various ways.
My concern though is as I said if this new generation that's coming up it's consuming television and content the way that Microsoft assumes there.
A lot of people we know don't even have cable television subscriptions anymore so where they fit into Microsoft model.
But Steve but great question.
I think we're learn more thank you hit the nail on the head to with the I suspect that Microsoft gonna have some surprises for everybody when they get there.
And there are some -- questions though especially the 360.
When I read that for the first time even -- I don't have an Xbox-360 -- have a lot of friends that do.
It surprised me but some curious to see how that there are -- third party some -- gets involved as well.
It's a very interest in time for us.
It is it is.
Steve -- ever Cisco IGN dot com that's their website great come when I'll really appreciate your expertise and you see right there there.
The front page of the website talking about Xbox.
All sorts of information -- look regional TV series in the way they're going about -- the whole halo franchise.
More information at IGN dot com Steve thanks for joining us -- Heidi back and we'll probably see down there it the big guy conference -- the big.
Convention and it's your future weeks.
Thanks so much -- look forward to it.
We're gonna run to break you've -- to San Francisco so far have been -- New York we come back we have another great guest for you as well -- of the dead got my first question is at 27 inch touch screen computers last television.
We're sold all -- alive and as well as an online back shower -- yes that's all for you coming up I stay with the -- a couple of minutes.
All right welcome back 23 past the hour we have got a guest come up for you right now before we knew that -- -- topple.
After the -- -- talk about some of the gadgets like about backwards a bit but we have some great new tips talk about with the upcoming.
Biggest breakthrough technologies -- 2013.
That's that's -- putting it we're gonna sort of bribery -- who's deputy editor at MIT technology review joining us from Cambridge.
-- talk all about this Brian appreciate you joining us on now live here to talk about some of the breakthrough technology -- 2013 and of course a lot of we're still learning about some we really haven't -- -- right.
That's right Adam thanks for having me.
-- we take a mixture of technologies that sort of here and about to be here and start -- stated these of the technologies that.
-- could have really big influence over the next few years.
-- looking at we have we have a bunch different full screens -- -- for graphics people homes they can kind of keep track of was -- -- those first when the fact one -- -- and I was and actually show on here this week when a show and actually get Smart watches.
-- -- started out with apple had the Bea the little and iPods they could that people made -- watch bands -- they came out of course within the nano became a different size.
And it would allow people to -- shuffle -- to say -- Lockett believes it was watches anymore and -- the talks been Apple's coming out with a Smart watch for the Sony has one there's a number of -- out there right now.
There's temporary social media additive manufacturing.
The blue collar robots a super -- super grids tell me about somebody's which ones stand up to you which ones -- these Smart watches are here right now.
Status as well it is just a very cool moment in the evolution of technology.
So you know Smartphones are here the very popular.
And there is a little bit.
Probably could today -- that if you try to use a line yet upon out of your pockets.
Not as -- Who is it could be people get distracted.
You know the it there's this idea that computing should become wearable that is literally on your person -- -- you just glance at some thing.
For the information you need there's public these two competing approaches of this coming out -- Google -- people talked about the -- -- having computer that are the over -- I.
The small lots is so much warmer more traders took away as sort of interacting socially you glanced down at your -- In a typically you're -- the time now I can check.
You know there's there's a text message from me but -- -- -- now.
There's something that demands my attention that is glance -- it away as having information filtered to you it's and it's -- information.
Overload management tool.
But it's in this around in this socially acceptable thing out checking your watch -- then -- Apple Computer over your.
Yet it ourselves the first time somewhere and while one in the airport couple days ago just stand and do -- -- to get double take that seat on the ninth.
The mid tested new and they about -- have been here's a sample was first -- -- you saw somebody winning the luggage wearing Google glasses it was kind of kind of cool now what ultimately is MIT's -- and breakthrough technology the 2013 and we have five more than when it's brought our viewers as well.
Bomb everything from big data from cheap phones which obviously easy huge development we have seen a lot of companies try to get of that fact we've got a couple -- as guests on here.
Over the course of previous month's draft -- DNA sequencing.
-- deep learning memory implants ultra efficient solar power.
I think up by the -- I want -- ask you about ultra efficient solar power because you know that's been kind of a controversial topic for a lot of people.
On the wanna try this thing in their home -- very expensive.
And summer spent some respects -- companies have gone under.
What are you guys heard about any of these five would -- -- solar power first.
Right so that -- -- solar so much of the cost of soul are.
To first as the for solar power to become competitive it's still got to come down in price in most places and he is there's only so much cost you can wring out some of the the cost of installing solar that the labor.
You know that that the space you need.
That is so -- -- -- it's cheaper it's gonna have to come from the solar cells themselves.
You know that the what -- that that the parts of the solar -- that convert sunlight to electricity those that they get more efficient -- ever more of the -- Energy into electricity.
So right now only about twenty to -- 25% of the sun's energy actually and the becoming electricity.
There's a whole new way of thinking about.
Solar cell design.
That we read about an art in this issue and carry -- water cal tech it is very very early.
But he has an idea essentially splitting some -- into its constituent.
Colors you capture each one of those and as a -- you could get.
Maybe fifty to 60% efficiency out of a solid south so it's not here yet it's not even his impetus coming to watched.
Whether this could be commercialized it could be the kind of game changer that -- -- -- it's.
Right -- you know you have a lot of amazing technologies on -- someone like solar power DNA sequencing.
That are -- -- life changing in M ward and in a deeper way.
-- -- the same -- -- things like like the Smart watch that are out there are now that might elect changing an -- in -- more shallow way of what else do you expect of you guys top ten.
But the the phones are out there now obviously you know that this ultra efficient solar power coming down the pipeline not here yet.
What's here right now besides the the watch that you think is really going people are gonna see -- -- are -- going to be out there.
-- in through an airport.
Meg getting your luggage and and it's gonna be the next big thing.
Well having this thing on our list -- stand up to me -- is coming it's in an airport is certainly that would sort of ripple through society though it's this idea of noninvasive.
Prenatal DNA sequencing itself.
Sequence the you -- to do -- genetic analysis of the fetus but it's invasive -- -- amniocentesis is at risk of miscarriage.
If there was a way to essentially just by -- the mother is belied find out the genetic make about your child.
A lot of people do that's huge -- huge yet and it has -- -- -- -- language what would you do if you found out certain things.
What do you -- the child differently knowing so much more about its genetic predisposition.
Than you otherwise would have known.
Kind of test is going to -- very soon and that's huge that's used to -- that the thing that -- you know on our list and people to go to.
-- -- -- technology -- dot com slash two yards and tell us what you think -- in the comments.
Guess there -- you know we are supplying about something it may be seemingly trivial as temporary social media.
But we think is important because like everything on our list -- also solves a problem.
Yeah Twitter and FaceBook are really popular by people have some misgivings obviously about the way that these -- become.
Permanent records of our interactions and even if we.
There -- a casual comment on -- we don't actually want it.
Adhering to our reputation forever.
And the added emphasized by -- snapshot right and -- -- these these.
He's never social media sites are you know giving people -- new option for interacting on the.
Yeah we had a couple those on his guests in recent months are talking about -- on and it -- Brian now you make a great point.
You know about the fact that some of these things like Twitter and FaceBook are are leaving -- in -- They can weeks and extremely important to when passing and information are helping people out maybe speciality countries in Oklahoma people raising money that kind of thing but there's a lot of other things about them as well.
Where is prenatal screening.
Is something that as a as a new father only -- had a six month old I would love to have that opportunity.
And you know hopefully down in the future the near future that chance to to actually use that so we appreciate.
Our great information great list which we talk a lot more.
If our viewers one find out more as you mentioned the web sites technology review dot com it's the the ten.
New technologies break breakthrough technology 2013 come from MIT.
Brian -- -- is deputy editor of the MIT technology review you can find him on Twitter at.
-- -- -- And -- at tech reviews we appreciate you coming on -- great information -- hope to have you back on talking to about some of these technologies as they evolved.
I in the coming months are -- you do talking about this this touch screen television.
This is the idea -- horizon from Lenovo.
I was sent to a Saturday we sort of messing with that it's a touch screen yes delayed under the table he to have it up as a tablet.
It's it's basically a massive tablets last TV.
It's a new compete category computer computer called the table PC.
You see and hear them all the Lenovo apps.
You know McAfee security Kendall Microsoft Office.
Or they have pictures being.
Camera music sales was on being here you posted.
Touch -- was it was pretty cool.
Pops right up.
Social vice 47 inch.
Mean he's one have allowed viewers to sign up for the first time you can see the get a picture -- -- fantastic.
Diesel -- -- -- built and none of those guys games -- air hockey monopolies you can actually lay it down played as a game.
But also prop it up so it can be -- -- table as well as an actual tablets self.
Kind of you can get by wheels for I -- the thing is really cool.
Or is that what what the Verizon does -- for its interest -- actually interface.
They can use gestures to manipulating interact with music movies photos.
Rotating enlarging removing sharing and it's it's it's basically a tablet to lay flat and then be propped up.
Been very very impressed of the so far you -- the picture quality is as well.
If it catches -- it's expensive but you think about a 1499.
What you're gonna pay in some respects tablets is such that you wanted to -- -- apple you're talking about 800 bucks right there are so.
Fourteen and nine for 27 inch tablet so far it's been pretty cool we're gonna mess that no more -- Dave see if you can deceive its -- proof.
And oh holes have a better report for you early next week we just had a chance for messing with the but so far so good we're trying to figure out how to get back to the mainstream.
That's what our next goal is to figure out how to get at the -- -- what will do that and now against what you find -- Lenovo dot com meantime.
Our second thing is that we -- -- is Smart phone cable and remember these things.
These were a -- we brought out about three months ago when -- company was first trying to get some funding.
They're now out Smart phone cable -- charge card then.
It's right your wallet 25 bucks they -- for every kind of phones with the USB cable the size of a credit card.
Really cool again you define a set charge card project dot com.
Need to see this come to fruit for fruition considering that they showed us when the first ones -- ever had in the store and now some stores.
Also ballistic this -- some some covers a few weeks ago.
That we showed that help with dropping it or water these are some of their more stylish covers if you will my I think is -- -- for iPhone 5.
-- DC anti scratch coating multiple layers of protection to some of -- -- Dave electric pink one personally.
-- corner protection in -- And to write your pocket can pocket and it popped right on the iPhone 5 so he's from ballistic you know there's so many different covers out there we get a lot of them centers have to try -- -- -- a way to get wires in the Mac but these ones seem pretty cool.
And obviously going to be one of the -- -- gonna see in stores.
Along the way you find on the TV.
Asked aspire series and it's called in front of the 3499 to go ballistic case dot com.
And then the last one is -- -- but it's a -- little warmer done two things pretty cool.
This is about shower curtain.
That's not technology in the sense that -- and I know it's not going to be digital or anything you can plug -- -- but it's pretty funny I mean somebody you might -- of a college student.
You throw this thing up as a shower curtain ranked.
And it looks like.
If you're seeing in the shower it looks like -- in your own TV it has its shower curtain dot com is kind of a joke -- -- about the bathtub -- colonies was called.
But you can see a -- you can actually -- in the shower -- it's like you're in your own computer program.
We had a -- because it was just so damn different.
You know you don't see things like this edit it while it's not technology well it's some old technology right into the water stays inside the shower.
But it's kind of cool same time -- -- here you can find.
Online as well as mania many nose and the NI NOS dot com comes out into it I think a Portuguese -- that the English but it's pretty cool.
-- a couple other fun things on there as well.
-- go one more thing -- -- two more things one is we have a really cool.
Story coming into us.
That was set about to my computer will come up hopefully in -- second.
And it didn't come up what do you expect -- into the normal thing would happen today.
-- -- -- Coming on the Wisconsin teenager who wins the doodle four Google contest or four with the military union -- really cool story about how the -- Blends images a night letters in it -- obvious -- literally in the millions from the Google doodle.
The home page obviously I was home -- tech tight tightness featuring.
The image by the Wisconsin teenager Sabrina Brady -- she was a national champion this doodle four Google contest.
-- -- -- -- this year was my best day ever and hers was coming home which shows her running towards her -- her father.
After he comes home from his eighteen month deployment and you can see right there is done with Google doodle and how amazing is that I mean every time you see one -- -- gives me chills American imagine being away from.
For eighteen months especially a serving our country -- -- lot of lot of props go out to her for her incredible.
Picture -- you drew and also to her father for is incredible service to our country what do.
Great way for veterans day in fact on that little -- -- on that there's no better way we'll talk about the the TV for the tablet from one open next week again after it was just a -- -- some more but.
Great story there and we give a lot of props to her for what she's done for her father once again are you find that on Google's home page today so I'm glad -- the producers found that had a chance to.
The show it to you on us so we got -- today -- you have questions or any.
Any kind topics that you -- -- see on here and a lot of people bend over the course of the last couple months talking to me about the iPhone.
And how if you drop your iPhone 5 how much -- cut costs like 259 to get new glass wood and how that's a lot more than if you -- an iPhone four which included six -- 85 bucks.
I'm so we'll try to get somebody on that at some point they -- topics you have feel free to to -- him and -- -- -- us.
Are right here on fox news live dot com are also on FaceBook would take a look at a breaking emails as well.
-- appreciate you you come along and as.
Isn't anyone listening says Google is too big to fail they are.
And the act -- -- failed people drop pictures like that a time.
-- for joining us this week protect paperback next week once again with more technology more questions from you and more cool gadgets we're trying to do in a way.
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