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We have a couple of existing ones -- forty today we also have all things.
I here in Southern California will be able talk about that as well as -- berries here in Los Angeles offer alive segment and we also gonna talk about passwords.
And hacking and whether or not passwords are even valid anymore do they do any good at all that'll be -- part of our conversation today.
But again we start off with all things.
Who's live at Rancho palace Verdes California for other big conference and I get -- a lot of news coming out of there out of.
It's been incredible that mean you're ready wanna start Tim Cook with apple and hinting at the upgrades IOS maybe -- opening that up.
Two third party he's -- applications not the way android does by you know becoming a little less strict.
Many Elon Musk last night talking about Tesla and going to Mars where delight to start -- This -- let's -- with apple because.
As you know they've never really open it up truly that's one question has been a lot of people complaining about I work you know I work has been updated since 2009 we have a lot of viewers that.
Double tax standard tweet in and say what about I work when we do an apple segment.
You read through some of those articles as well what are -- say congressman all sorts of different rumors out there on a massive iPad coming out some other things as well.
There yes the -- -- had so he wouldn't.
Did specifics other than to say that the future of IOS and OS-X is going to be revealed.
In less than two weeks -- what is it June 10 when they have they worldwide developers conference.
So says some people are speculating what this might mean ease easier access to.
Open up -- you know the face the home page on your iPhone or on your iPad as for devices there was no hint.
A big announcement.
About new devices or upgrades to devices.
But it seems to be that the big information that's gonna come on the tenth we'll all have to do with software what was interesting.
Is it done tonight who you know -- been.
Did the designing the beautiful apple products for the last several years is now working -- this IOS upgrade.
So it's going to be very -- -- to see how they handled us and then at one thing I will say mr.
Indicate that you know apple is notorious for the big surprise the problem is that X prize always has a bit of -- leak before hand because you can.
Find out from the suppliers that something is in the works -- -- hasn't really been -- -- court.
Information from suppliers that there's they card where surprise coming but you never now.
-- -- I guess the question for me is IOS any hints about what they're gonna do I mean obviously there's a lot of a lot talk out there a lot of rumor some and any ideas -- -- look how -- it -- they said this fall correct.
-- -- This day then they say diet it's it they didn't say exactly when did the speculation has been this fall that she ever see the movie it was a comedy called mediocrity.
I guess the new IOS will have -- lights.
As they stay in that movie for those of you have seen -- you understand my very bad joke.
But it's you know they're talking about this being really big I -- talking about the future of the operating system for the mobile devices Apple's mobile devices as well as OS-X.
You know that about I've gotten the my Mac at -- so this is going to be a big announcement.
I'll Elon Musk obviously talking tassel -- there's been a lot of talk about electric cars recently as we know there's been.
A code -- went out of business there's a few other ones that are struggling Tesla though seems -- well you seem more more -- -- here in Southern California.
-- tell what do you have to say.
I still it out.
I love I -- I see those cars in New York like -- there's someone is kind of brave because we don't have charging stations really but I -- all the time here.
And and two things that Elon Musk said when it comes automobiles we gotta talk about Mars to.
But first he had -- the jaguars.
I like this man already 1967.
And so thumbs up for -- on that but with Tesla couple of headlines especially if you're an investor.
They are going to it develop and introduce.
A Tesla sedan.
For under 40000 dollars in the next three or four years that the final stage of the strategy so that is on the way they are announcing today although we announced that last night let's get -- -- bag.
That they're going to triple the number of super charging stations that's -- get the quick charge for your all electric vehicle.
-- nationwide so that it will be possible.
To drive from Los Angeles to.
Whenever I say Los Angeles I remember little Bugs Bunny cartoon -- -- to leave future but from Los Angeles at the New York.
So this is really imported to build confidence for people who are afraid of electric vehicles but it's a milestone because it's all about -- if -- get the charge.
So those are things he talked about -- the cars and then of course there -- announcement that the -- issue stock to to raise funds to bite pay off there.
Government loan nine years early because the stock is on here.
So Tesla heading to profitability.
Elon Musk touting all of that.
But then there was the issue of space and I mean have you seen the headlines regarding space.
A -- yet obviously it will that is dishonest come out -- tell us about the whole Mars situation and what -- going to what are you explain what was his.
What was a stop process all that.
So when he talked about we have on Mars was first that both SpaceX clearly already the -- -- capsule delivering supplies to the International Space Station.
He said for those of us -- techies in love -- The dragon next will be able to take people into space probably within the next two or three years -- -- have second version of the dragon next.
He believes that we will land on Mars -- in our lifetimes and he says we absolutely have to because mankind has two choices stay on our home planet planet earth.
And face extinction.
Or colonize space and he says -- is the most likely place to do that.
Well essentially it's the most habitable planet near earth.
It's colder than earth but we could war cannot be said with good old fashion global warming effect listening Elon Musk in his own words there.
Because atmosphere is is primarily carbon dioxide which shows you how long it means in the four billion years -- Allen about that -- it's been good things are also out slowly warms up a -- and -- yeah.
I was quite -- -- -- that I -- have been refuted but we could talk about we -- we know we have practice and that is exactly so devices.
You know as it is of some -- a fixer -- of a planet but we did we could make it look up and make your life.
That's is a reality program for planet fixer offers but I he's really.
-- I'm butchering the companies that it would be really cool to die on Mars personally.
-- -- -- But hey what it's like a person gets to go to Mars and Elon Musk is -- -- ago.
-- Al love to go as long as it was a round trip I don't mind my own the one the one way idea that's not my idea of fun but I think he's starting stations along the way.
On the way.
Begin driving a flight a Tesla -- and I had that we're doing something yeah exactly.
I guess I must -- -- one of those guys who believes the world is one of those world is ending kind of guys.
Well yes he believes that mankind faces extinction if we stay here and I gotta tell you at this resort it's not -- bad from my vantage point.
Not having a segment not a bad assignment -- at a height of a -- jealous we're.
Stuck here in the studio and -- -- our coast looking over it but a I -- a lot of hard work overlooking Catalina Island on a day like today is gorgeous no humidity.
Yes this does lay I've got my you ought -- at the Balkan after this I'll be walking down there I'm try to talk like -- and how.
-- It is lovely here but it's been long days the produce of the photographer all of us you know 4 AM calls and up till 1030 wedding for a certain video clips surrenders.
But it is that you're writing credible information in effort -- -- Digital is to stay explosive and mobile devices that's where it's all gone.
-- -- -- airport great information.
A lot of stuff coming out a lot of information lot of news and it's exciting to see in little jealousy or down that we appreciate that you pass along all the info -- Haven't into absolute Lancaster said it's going to be gorgeous all week so I'm sure you're gonna have a fun time before you head back home.
Absolutely and if you can pass the -- call I would be grateful.
I -- I'll come on down there in my Tesla Adam thanks for joining us.
At that as Carol from from down around to palace Verdes California for all things.
And we have all you do before -- -- our editor and chief a laptop magazine we've had him in before talking about -- digital.
All things digital.
Stealing a line mark yeah we heard from Adam down there I think -- the big headline for for me hearing it was the idea that apple could.
Become more open to programmers are the whole idea that they're gonna deal obviously -- IOS which they do -- they try to do pretty much yearly or every other year.
Some some big news in that realm almost as if they're trying to insure that they remained the does he talked about guy and in the game.
Yeah and I think it was important that he kicked off the show.
Is he he's he's he's known for not really revealing a lot of information but I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that he talk about the openness.
-- -- as opposed to it to android but it is also very careful in his words in saying.
We want to protect the user experience are they gonna open up some of those pro programmatic -- to developers.
But they're only gonna do it to a certain extent so I don't think the walled garden is going away anytime soon.
What do you think you've done Apple's doing this for -- or any particular reason that it is trying to because I get more ideas out there -- what's what's their what's their motive behind this.
Well if you go back to one of the questions that Walt Mossberg asked he said well if I'm using an android phone I can switch up the keyboard and there's lots of other things that I can do.
I think it comes down to user preferences and if you think about it.
More than half of Americans on Smartphones so we're sort of over the training real stage and we need to allow more customization and more personalization when it comes to our devices so.
-- it's great that IOS is easy to use that they need to balance that ease of use with the ability to really customize the user experience.
Other in other news coming out of there I thought was adjusting his Lowe's motor roll with the acts yeah tone that -- Really try to get back into the gay people forget that they -- the rays -- really put them in -- strong position one and 20067.
Right there right from -- that that Bono looked like a star -- phone almost museum like everybody had one before the -- -- explosion.
-- the kind of fell away now there to try to get back in the game tells about the.
The -- we've heard about it share what the moto X found all that they revealed so far is that it's going to be built or made in the USA which is actually kind of nice to hear.
Because that'll be the first Smartphone that it'll do that -- but I can remember.
That's -- that's really good but I also I'm really excited about what they're doing for battery life if you go back to what they did with the RAZR Max it it was one of the longest.
Running Smartphones on the market and it solves a real problem for users and I heard that that the next versions that haven't even bigger battery while keeping the designs stand.
And when you talk about LTE networks and how much power that saps out of your device.
I really like the fact that they're continuing to concentrate on that.
They also said that they'll have -- Smart sensors built in so that your phone we'll know whether you're in the car or or where you're walking so let's say you get in the car and there's automatically to turn it into.
-- it's -- you don't get any text messages or or calls and that sort of thing so they're also taking a look at safety.
What a photo uploading photo sharing something else that's been kind of -- an important and obvious topic yet at all things.
A revelations coming on that in that realm yes or Mary Meeker is one of the most prominent analysts out there.
-- she said that photo sharing is expected to double.
This year which is amazing when you think about it with it's a Graham.
And FaceBook and and what were already sharing out there.
I actually met with the with the company at CT IA and they're gonna allow you with an application to you if you're if you're busy you don't want to answer that call.
You can actually respond by sending that person a photo of whatever you're doing so.
We're actually using you know photo package that -- -- -- a thousand words like that sort of thing so.
I think we're gonna see that a lot more with technology and there's new ways to do it.
Anyone they think that that was canvassing dozen meters of the California would Disney's doing yeah bomb -- there.
They have a what's it's due to the digital wrist band now to get -- an apartment and how to take it anymore.
Right exactly they've been working on this for a couple of years and they're calling -- a magic band.
And actually ties into one of the the big trends and mobile technology for the next couple of years which is wearable so.
You using NFC or RFID technology that's built into the band you'll be able to not only to get into the park but you can tie -- credit card to it.
So you can pay for goods while you're out about it that can be dangerous I guess because it's a lot easier to do this and again -- -- the fatter wallet.
-- but what I did like especially Disneyland.
It hit exactly -- everything is that sky high.
That and you also be -- -- of these things here kids.
Which is good and bad that you would be able to control how much they spend and whether or not you actually tie -- credit card to that.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- In your mind what is the headline out of all things -- there's a lot of them out there are nothing super massive but a lot of decent headlines or what's the one thing that you're getting from all things.
-- -- -- do you think the -- but I think it's it's still very much about Google vs apple and in fact the head of android was speaking there today.
-- talking about it and he heads up not only android but but chrome and he got a question about whether those two platforms.
Are going to combine and he said then maybe down the road but for now android it has a life of its own and it really does.
So I think even though Samsung isn't there that apple vs Samsung and vs android dynamic is still very much at play.
Especially when you see today that Samsung announced the galaxy -- for many.
That'll be coming out in the UK and presumably here later so I I really think that is still the big story.
-- -- our editor in chief laptop magazine from new Yorker -- come on it's always great information what a break it down force people at home of course who may not be.
As media savvy as you might thank.
Or would come did digital savvy let's much people understand me more layman terms really appreciate you coming on -- doing that forced us with all things.
Inside baseball stump stuff coming out.
It's great to have you on a billion is kind of a good overview we appreciate that time I think you're right -- vs apple it's all about that yeah and thank you -- -- beyond.
-- -- -- back for sure.
All right before we go to break couple questions here that come online to a sub one person -- S&P LE.
Asked -- so.
What -- the different but it paid app and a free app well.
Simply put you to pay for wanting the other one you don't although -- some free apps out there that when you go on -- you get a free app to get other parts of that app you have to actually pay money so.
There's some catches it you -- a little plus in the Apple Store for example -- understand that also.
Frank -- double 01 says fossil fuel power plants.
So no environmental trade off electric cars save nothing that is one of the arguments electric cars.
Right now don't really save you much that's a good debate out there and depending on what side of the political aisle you're on.
And also isn't anyone listening what powers the quick charge stations.
That is a good question is powered by the grid.
But the idea again is that you're not using fossil fuels so is anyone listening appreciate you want as well.
-- gonna go to break we come back thousand Barry is here live in studio -- also talk about whether or not.
-- -- it kind of security for your phone including passwords and computer.
If they're outdated at this point because of hackers all that's coming up stay with us.
Are welcome back eighteen past the hour here live to Los Angeles 18 in the morning 1018 that is when I can of course saudis joining us -- thousand -- here -- New -- talking about everything.
Technology and military but you hear Arizona California can you reduce the stuff -- -- self or a few days which answer we'll see at some point in the coming out of sorts duke.
But first let's talk about the nine allies I've got some of the information I hear right I don't know much about it other than the a couple of things that are producers gave me I don't believe me and I ended up the -- -- like you're hesitant users -- rescue vehicle I have no idea of Basel once tell -- about the night -- your article.
Obviously foxnews.com you can find -- article as always.
-- and or other articles we talked about in recent months on -- -- air force academy cadets in -- search and rescue vehicle of 2040 fives we're talking about.
It's a little bit in the future but -- this thing.
-- -- -- The idea that it would be -- I love the fact that it's exit down a pipeline that Adam and upkeep of their -- -- but.
I just really love American ingenuity an -- box taking some time share is that.
It's an annual competition between three academies -- -- -- money with the football game the revelry there thinking army navy air.
Or is commander Scott if you want to -- -- you're the team army the the Marines in the air through our Marines army navy and air force have football teams elect -- exist on the football team.
And the winner of that if we can discuss this one's more technology company.
-- this exact date yet.
-- energy steps are doing it again defense Wikipedia I don't know what I do that here.
And citizen have a defense -- to technology -- And I did this year it was won by the air force academy -- the challenge was could you come up with a very futuristic and not just like next new generation we're talking.
Thank you said down a pipeline 2045.
Would it be cool in futuristic then.
Thousand child -- -- big tall order for these students to come up with and that idea was could you make an aircraft that will really -- search and rescue Sar.
Helicopters and aircraft and military -- medical evacuation so.
This -- Boeing also is due in part concert -- ultimate -- we had a picture of evolution a couple minutes ago explain when the picture comes up.
Explain what we're seeing it because it's it's a picture obviously.
Let's -- to satellite some.
-- it does and this is this is a little prototype model so clearly you know big you have to be very time after a grand Zoolander moment here you -- -- very tiny image -- I don't know that that says Africa.
Connecticut -- again -- the same size.
All the glasses they're -- by the way.
It's very seriously trader at -- attention.
-- -- -- -- Explain what exactly right there is a lot of specifics on that -- so day did is you know this got sneaky great trees that -- the -- -- and breast is that.
This next generation aircraft they believe would it increase fuel efficiency by 30% which is -- -- -- Twice as fast spoken very -- if you look at a sea -- that's about a 140 knots nautical miles I mean twice -- fast -- pretty darn fast right.
Speed matters always in an -- -- but particularly in a search and rescue -- military evacuation.
I have to tell you seconds pattern -- -- differences in life and death so anything they can do to accelerate things now the third key breakthrough.
Is voice recognition so if you can imagine you're inside a -- -- trying to shoot someone you've got some serious drama going on.
There's a -- -- and you wanna keep the hands free as much as possible so.
Voice recognition programs are in play for things that you see blood pressure it -- blood pressure on the day of push this technology -- trying to make it as -- recognized as possible so.
You have to with their gloves and you'll be -- to tighten discrete -- into screens.
And that sort of thing so I love that you know that they really thought not just about.
The technology itself into the -- that -- costs improve trauma performance.
-- -- doesn't remind -- that were passed along what your article.
Pretty much of my notes but it's interesting that.
As we -- military technology a lot of it begins his military to technology -- quickly becoming answer to rescue technology and our first responders here domestically and abusing a lot this technology right away.
Race I think is -- and a great things that the military is that can push these boundaries on tack and we often see you at the -- -- -- -- lessons and penalize tragedies of course.
But -- great he's been in military medicine as well was you know our vehicles and power even when things like batteries you will be seeing that transition -- the civilian space.
Very scene but when things are left to -- -- is it is kind of reviving the kind of need it old school again so they've gone back to 1930s for this design and in his old fashioned river boats on Mississippi and it means I'm a little bit this is looking a little bit green but Canada musical show that it reviewers are out with a big title I think to this -- air soil.
He didn't go out of theater as a gun but not and is listed at Merrill.
But yes it's that type concept that's what we're seeing like a little miniature version that instead of having paddles look for water -- carefully else oh well that's kind of gets its vertical -- and -- off that's how it is hovers like a helicopter.
And they're designed like I -- -- releases -- -- breakthroughs because.
Possibly look forward to what -- working on this week here in Arizona California and answered.
Articles coming out a few weeks at some point one Erica I don't tell us you know he's not a she's -- -- these were there to make any national yet so allowed on the on the Arabs -- when it comes out and and it in a few weeks is it like.
Today the articles -- if you see him before Alison and articles -- there as well on foxnews.com and air force academy.
Cadets invent the search and rescue vehicle 20450.
Really cool picture I love that the fact that they're all wearing -- But it is -- good insight into what are our futures looks like and how well our cadets are doing assist in the air force guys because they they took -- home -- So in apps or second time in three years and I love you should allow me -- to point out -- -- a lot of emails from viewers parents who have daughters are really interested in engineering and singing career insert the replay -- science based.
And left to give a -- -- -- young women on this team decision -- to show.
There are -- opportunities out there and it is possible circle.
-- -- -- -- -- Thousand -- things are coming on at eleven in Los Angeles to see answer in New York if not next week in and week after so -- again while Warner article published he's doing coming -- In a couple of weeks -- from here Los Angeles now we're gonna got a New York back for our next guest who were there earlier of course is dominant topic Jennifer booting from foxbusiness.com.
We're talking about whether or not the password is dead.
I'm Jennifer I know that's been a topic a lot of people have brought up recently -- with all the hacking incidents.
What what do you got -- tell -- what what your take is on this whole situation.
Sure well the password is dying.
Whether we want to believe overnight you know is kind of -- system.
And experts are saying that some party believe that it has died and part of that is because there are much better technologies that are in the pipeline.
That startups are working on say it voice recognition or face recognition or even scanning your finger or your I.
Second -- Not more viable and kind of -- d.'s cyber attacks that we keep seeing some of them have been very high profile including Twitter.
I mean on Twitter sorry best team but there's also -- -- outside of social media sat amnesty espionage with them.
Reports that China is looking into weapons systems so it is something and is becoming very -- -- -- -- well.
The question I asked and it's something that you know the study show that a lot of people still use very -- passers like 123456.
Or backwards or whatever their name.
Bomb and then I am guilty of this I'm website that no matter as much so use the same passwords nominee is like it's a mind.
It may be it's good Gmail was I don't go to very often or something like that in -- -- on Michael never got that nothing on -- it's important so.
They -- where they may not be easy but it's something I use also -- a different web site.
That's also problematic as well.
And it's a lot of is that people don't think that they're going to be attacked so they'll create these passwords like you said it could be as simple as -- or six or.
A lot of times it's password -- because that means a lot of minimum requirements with upper and lower case.
A lot of the issue is with that is that these computers.
These hackers have these sophisticated systems that can guess passwords pretty.
Pretty quickly and sophisticated and I'm I'll give an example.
If you have to say a billion computers are if you have a clustered computers.
Guessing passwords at a billion per second which is possible.
For some of the more sophisticated attacks.
And you have a password that is say eight characters even if it's a pretty complex and it's up -- lower key symbols.
Even if you have that it would -- 83 days about one expert on put this together.
However if that password still -- complex but is only six characters.
You can take them thirteen minutes to guess that so it really shows you -- and tired of -- of the -- these complex passwords because.
It will come and -- and guests and a dictionary attack and canceling a dictionary attack there's also Phishing schemes was -- Malicious emails and a lot of people click on this -- -- seen -- And a question for a second personally to reach out to a few people that are.
They have done that yet -- watching Chris Rosen is watching Elmore Perry Steve Norton and public react and we appreciate you guys -- -- -- my question is what about those web sites or those apps that allow you to put all of -- -- passwords in and then it.
Basically controls you don't think about.
You know fifteen different.
Passwords that are all pretty complex meals have to carry around it -- filed by seven card with you -- notes with password use.
It's funny as spoke to one of the experts I interviewed for this.
He said the you know I have say 700 accounts and I have 700 different passwords for all those accounts and I.
Was of course express the little shock because.
That is a lot to remember especially when you're trying to make those all very complex.
There are password managers that you can buy a lot of big company -- do you offer those a lot of big security companies.
And what they'll do is a pretty much controlled the whole system for you you just go and you buy in and you don't even have to think about it it it changes some often free to.
And it and it puts an all right there so that is probably the best way to protect of course people will also.
Expressed concern about that it's that whole -- trust issue note you know should -- down.
Put my trust into this piece of technology.
A lot of people want to do it themselves by it.
There's risks associated with that is -- Yeah no it's definitely maybe -- is that you.
Paul pulled out of this -- the password dead.
I think that it is probably going to die I don't think it ever will officially diet.
It depends -- ask of course but.
I think that not with these new technologies coming on the pipe coming up the pipeline 1%.
That -- spoke -- was saying that.
There's all these Silicon Valley.
Technology startups that are starting to kind of developed these apps where they can do.
-- primary and facial recognition -- and that recognition all of these things that for now to us -- seem a little far off and but it makes sense because if you go -- your phone and an android and you look at some of the pictures Yitzhak it will recognize some of those spaces so.
I think it will come up in the pipeline it hasn't really fully.
I'm with regular consumers because I think it is a little bit complex right now it needs and get to the point where it's simple enough -- -- Just DC -- you can just check -- You know security measures you have Twitter and -- now which both had that double layer what's the first is obviously the password of the second is when I am.
Send you a -- -- the code to your phone and then you have to put that in that's double layer.
But there is hope that this multi -- that goes beyond that will come.
It just has to get to the point where company is and people aren't spending all of this money to kind of get over that -- are learning curve.
Yet that -- came out I think last week that apple.
Is working on technology a patent was was -- I believe for fingerprint technology so other.
That would be and I and you we've seen some of those fingerprint technology.
Secondary products you can plug in your computer that -- to iron fingerprints that for example to sign onto your computer so.
That would be a good way of going for your friend as well as retina technology and I think that that would eventually.
Now to help a lot of us have to keep track of all these darn password of blood -- an anomaly and probably a good thing.
They let obsolete and it I didn't go.
Yeah would considerably we appreciated Jennifer -- finder at BOT ON.
That's of course on Twitter and now foxbusiness.com.
-- -- coming on talking about passwords and hopefully we'll see that retina technology sooner it is fishing expedition.
Cyber -- expose flawed password system and I have a had a lot of friends that had their passwords hacked on Twitter FaceBook and all in all different locations or go to jail so be careful what you open.
-- exactly now meditate on Monday about -- this conversation I think super percent -- haven't.
All right so we have a quick could get his segment here weren't as many as we normally have not here but a couple of days when an update you -- first of all the Lenovo.
Ideas and horizon Davin and -- -- -- technology guys here to a technology -- of course you know from one of the camera and basically run in this whole set.
And gene is one or guys in charge of at all they got this mouse hooked up to show you -- -- says this is they're basically this is their -- start page.
-- we show this last event just a mess round that a little bit it's it's a very cool idea to -- -- he leaned up like a TV.
Right now it's got its own stands you can see it's set up on the table no problem or not we improper up -- -- stand.
It also can lie flat and we don't have an above cameras show you.
This -- -- cooking studio we could obviously.
But allies flat as a tabletop as well I it's all touch screens of -- say go here right now -- -- Kendall.
-- Kindle pops right up it's a pretty cool little segment it would -- that apple TV is coming out this is something that.
If you're an apple person you're already like instant delivery is touch basically with your finger or -- can use the -- -- the good -- for for reading obviously.
On signing -- with I'm not gonna do but it shows you how how cool assistant as as Lenovo ideas in -- horizon 1699 you can find a four.
I didn't think about it and not as expensive as you might as you might find -- -- the start page as you might find with some of the computers out there nowadays are for that matter -- Certain I pads or or tablets are gonna cost almost a thousand bucks so.
We have -- the television on top of -- all it's a very coolers maps a very cool product we've been very impressed with.
-- from Lenovo.
What I do what the eyelid a wallet to something that I didn't -- a chance that you get a chance to send to New York to give them the at the website -- but for 1995.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- It's a wallet so its precise I scenes of these advertisements for some -- -- it.
Your iPhone -- and here -- piano and waiting to one as well if pops open you put a little money clip right there.
You have secret hiding key right here and then a couple of credit -- so you're heading out for the evening and and don't wanna have to bring a wallet you can actually turn this into a -- it's a case as well.
It's called the eyelid is the world's thinnest iPhone wallet they call it.
Four and this one is 1995.
Two more things for it -- royally big maker you may have seen this thing on television some of those those late night commercials -- half an hour commercials.
This thing I was Adori -- -- be -- who actually what you do is you you -- to -- and put him inside regularly crack them inside you can hand chives whatever you wanna do.
You plug it in and it comes out as a role made.
Like many -- and I have to say to a -- if it works pretty hard cool we have no ability to cook -- -- show you what I was surprised about the same -- a maker.
The six point 995 as you know we don't do just the normal -- his stuff here on the show which -- a final -- different things.
That always really -- to me and in the final thing is this here.
So I just opening up first in the series and -- when we got this is something that already these ladies upstairs wanted to give to him but this is just this is a demo -- quirky.
-- he's one of those those website you can go to and see the up and coming technologies -- people have.
What are what are coming out how you can get involved that -- -- think this is -- -- to give full a hundred different ways what's great about it is you've got to pour sand inside.
This comes off right here with a snap.
And you could shake the sand out for summertime.
You can actually.
Still the -- is -- name in the bag now for obvious reasons this the other -- -- right there to shake up the sand because the back on.
And you're there you go there to be -- a couple of different ways you can fold up and -- around us up to -- to kind of a cool I'll look this is.
-- more fun the less sand is what they call it's that quirky shake bagged 2995.
A great beach bag as we head into the summertime you find it quirky dot com.
But one of those gadgets out there is not digital but still cool man made kind makes total sense to have something like that there's still canvas bottom.
But when you wanna just shake out the the -- you can do and then reattach it back on you don't even know -- there again quirky dot com -- those are again is today the Lenovo.
Ideas and arrives in the eyelid in 1995 the ruling a master were to set was 2999.
And the quirky -- which is 2995 to define a quirky.
Some cool gadgets if you want anything out -- just checking into when he saw something on television or.
-- seen some of these things in the stores are some of the -- the mall let us know you can tar content is right here foxnews.com.
You thought context at Adam housing on Twitter on FaceBook Woolsey if we can get it in a try out plain Opel works or not.
And that's the idea at least with part of the idea with -- -- -- -- segment at the end of the show.
If you have anybody you wanted to -- -- -- has -- working on topic for next week you might see here if it does we'll give Dave props and if it doesn't we won't give Dave props so it is all depends on whether or not it makes it makes the cut or not.
I anyway at that's our show for today -- tuning in.
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