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On this adventure of Too Ashamed to Ask, co-hosts Kara Swisher and Lauren Goode allocution with The Verge’s Ashley Carman about CES 2018. The three altercate Google’s voice-activated assistant, adorableness accessories and pole-dancing robots, as able-bodied as the astringent curtailment of women amid CES’s keynote speakers (and why its acknowledgment for that actuality doesn’t canyon the aroma test).
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Kara Swisher: Hi, I’m Kara Swisher, controlling editor of Recode.
Lauren Goode: I’m Lauren Goode, chief tech editor at The Verge.
KS: You’re alert to Too Ashamed To Ask, advancing to you from the Vox Media podcast network. This is a appearance breadth we acknowledgment all of your awkward questions about chump tech.
LG: It could be any catechism at all, like why Kara was able to appear up with a accomplished account of women who could accept appear at CES, at a keynote, and yet there were none.
KS: That was interesting, but advancing to you from the bodies who brought you blush gadgets, I’m not surprised. Accelerate us your questions, acquisition us on the Twitter, or cheep them to us at Recode or to myself or to Lauren, with the #tooembarrassed.
LG: We additionally accept an email address, so you can accelerate us emails. It’s [email protected] And a affable reminder, there are two Rs and two Ss in embarrassed. Kara, you were actuality just, I don’t know, 12 hours ago, maybe?
KS: I was, I came to Vegas.
LG: You left, I didn’t get to see you.
KS: No, I was there for my eight-hour Vegas trip. I came in to do a console that Twitter was putting on. They had a facility, a absolute affected facility, at the Cosmopolitan, and it was declared Actuality We Are, which was assuming women we’re accessible to allocution at CES alike admitting the, what is it, the CEA couldn’t acquisition them?
LG: CTA, I think.
KS: Whatever, we did our own accident and it had hundreds of bodies and we gave talks and we talked about women in tech, we talked about careers, we talked about all kinds of things, and it was a absolutely abundant event. I came in and left, essentially, aloof for that. I didn’t go to any CES activities.
LG: I’m apologetic that I didn’t get to see your console or get to see your face while you were here.
KS: It was streamed on Twitter.
LG: I affectionate of ambition that you were actuality because our Wi-Fi issues are so bad this morning.
KS: I know, aggregate is.
LG: I know.
KS: Aloof so you know, it streamed animate on Twitter, it had 650,000 aftermost night, it was enormous. It was great, we had a abundant time. You guys accept a lot of altered things activity on. You had a adeptness outage, your Wi-Fi sucks, aggregate else.
LG: I know.
KS: We accept lots to allocution about.
LG: On the upside, we’ve additionally been accomplishing a livestreaming Twitter thing. The Verge partnered with Twitter and CES this year for a animate show, so we’ve been accomplishing that every day.
LG: That’s been a lot of fun.
KS: Cool. Let’s get appropriate into it. Who do you accept with you? Who accept you abject into this altercation of CES?
LG: I’m absolute aflame to accept my colleague, Ashley Carman, with me actuality in the declared studio.
Ashley Carman: We’re in an REM auberge suite, it’s absurd and admirable and all the absolute adjectives you can advanced of.
LG: Right, our collapsed is absolutely aloof … It absolutely is aloof a auberge suite, and we’ve absolutely adapted it into both a animate set and anyway, we’re in a bedchamber appropriate now. Ashley is the co-host of the outstanding Verge podcast, Why’d You Advance That Button? It’s absolutely awesome, it was voted one of the iTunes top new podcast.
Spotify put it on their Best Talked About 2017 podcast. I’m already alive in the future, sorry.
KS: That’s good.
LG: 2019. It’s a absurd podcast, but this is her aboriginal time abutting us on our show, on Too Embarrassed, so Ashley, accede you so abundant for actuality here.
Of course. Thanks for accepting me, both of you.
KS: We accept a lot to allocution about. It’s absurd to awning it all, but let’s go over some of the top capacity from this year’s show. Lauren, why don’t you acquaint them because you were there and I absolutely came in and went out, essentially.
LG: This one is one that you adeptness appreciate, because accustomed your uber-busy lifestyle, Kara, anybody could use a little admonition sometimes. Assistants, basic assistants.
KS: I don’t accept one. I don’t accept an assistant.
LG: Maybe you don’t, but maybe you could use a basic assistant. I advanced you like Alexa, right? You consistently allocution about how abundant you like Alexa.
KS: Yes. I do, I like Alexa. I like all of them in concept, for sure.
LG: Aftermost year at CES, Alexa was absolutely the bigger theme, I think, that blanket the show, in a sense. This year, Google absolutely put on a accomplished assault and we saw a lot of altered accouterments appear out from third-party accouterments makers, OEMs, companies like Lenovo, Sony, LG were all introducing articles that dent the Google abettor in some way. My catechism for the both of you is whether or not you advanced these articles are activity to be absolutely bigger than some of the Alexa accouterments that’s out there that we’ve already seen. Are these things aloof activity to end up on eBay? What does this absolutely beggarly for a aggregation like Google, aback it starts animate with all of these third-party accouterments makers to get Google administration into devices?
KS: It’s like their buzz strategy, right? That’s how they had the phone, and afresh everybody fabricated them. I’m not an able in that area, but that’s the way they’ve operated … Apple and Amazon are accomplishing aggregate soup to nuts, but Google is partnering because they appetite to get it out there. Ashley, what do you think?
I advanced that Google absolutely has a adventitious at acquisition Amazon here, alike admitting they had a little bit of a backward alpha on Alexa, aloof because the absoluteness is Google’s apps are great. Google revoked permission for the Echo Appearance to affectation YouTube content, and assumption what? Those new Google displays actuality that accept the abettor congenital in are activity to be able to comedy YouTube content, and anybody wants to watch YouTube videos. Purely because of the software and actuality able to use Google Maps, for example, or added things like that, I advanced Google has a absolutely abundant befalling here.
LG: I advanced bodies attending at the Alexa accessory and there are a few things that it works absolutely able-bodied for, primarily timers and music and …
Shopping on Amazon.
LG: Shopping, right? There’s such a big business angled to all of these Alexa devices, admitting Google is absolutely such a account in so abounding people’s lives. I advanced the bigger botheration that bodies are activity to accept with Google are aloof aloofness concerns.
LG: We absolutely saw that from some of our admirers aback the Google Home aboriginal came out, which doesn’t accept a display, and the Google Home Mini, and things like that. Bodies say, “Oh no, a Google apostle in my home? No way would I anytime do that.”
KS: That’s absolutely how I feel.
LG: Now you’re talking about article with a affectation that’s activity to affectation your agenda to the household, and additionally has a camera congenital into the advanced of it, too. I advanced that’s a absolute bulge for Google to get over.
KS: I agree. I don’t about-face it on in my home. I absolutely unplug it and about-face it off, and I’m not like that with the Alexa. I accept several Alexas, I accept the babyish Echo Dots and things like that, and I acquisition myself absolutely afraid about Google. I don’t apperceive why, I aloof feel like their business is about advertisement and abstracts and information. So is Amazon’s, but it’s added about what I buy. It’s like activity to the bazaar and them compassionate what my needs are by what I do at the checkout.
I absolutely advanced about it, and I’m addition who’s about up to acceleration on a lot of things Google’s doing. I advanced that’s the issue, is the camera in the abode for everybody is activity to be bodies consistently spying on you. You already accept to advanced about that with your laptop and added things, so I advanced that’s absolutely article they’re activity to accept to overcome.
LG: We did see one archetype this week, Lenovo’s acute affectation with Google assistant, they absolutely congenital a slider tab, a concrete slider, that you can advance on the ancillary of the accessory so that you can awning the camera. Some bodies say they accept the Echo Appearance at home and they put band over it, so this is a added affected solution.
I advanced as we see added and added ancestors of these types of devices, bodies are activity to apprentice from the aftermost ones, and they’re activity to do little tiny little anxious things like that that will admonition bodies feel added adequate about them. These are consistently … The companies will say, “They’re not consistently listening, they’re ambiently listening.” These are accessories in our homes that are able of alert to us.
KS: Right, exactly. I consistently accept that whatever the bad affair they can do, I’m consistently on that. Aback Facebook Animate came out, for example, the aboriginal affair I anticipation of was suicides and murders and bullying. It was aloof the aboriginal affair that popped into my head. Of course, the bodies there didn’t advanced those issues as able-bodied as they should have.
For me, it’s absorbing because I don’t accept any of these acute speakers in my house. I acclimated to be a cyber aegis reporter. I’m a little bit awe-inspiring about companies accepting cameras in my home, but I additionally use Google for everything. I use Gmail, I use Google Maps. There’s affluence of bodies who accept Android phones and use Google photos, so Google has all of this admonition on us already, admitting if I was application Alexa, this is all a new affair for Amazon.
I’ve never told Amazon what I’m analytic for, added than to shop. I’ve never asked Amazon, “Hey Amazon, what should I eat today?” I don’t know, aloof like a accidental question. They don’t apperceive what I’m analytic for, admitting Google, I use search. They already apperceive so abundant about me that I about feel like that adeptness accomplish me … At this point, I’m already so abysmal with Google that it’s like all right, what abroad are they activity to apprentice about me?
KS: Don’t you advanced a home, a camera in the home … Generally aback they ask, “Can I ask for your location?” on my phone, which they do about continually, I consistently say no. Aback they’re accomplishing searches, I’m not abiding why they allegation to apperceive if I’m attractive up article breadth I am. And I don’t about-face on the maps, I don’t assurance into the maps, so that they don’t save that stuff. Obviously, they accept some abstraction of breadth I am. I won’t put a Nest in, I aloof don’t appetite too abundant of … Abnormally the cameras and the audio, it’s aloof … central the home seems aloof a footfall too far, of all these companies, not aloof Google, but all of them.
LG: To abutting the bend on this, I’ll aloof say I will be absolute afraid if some of these third-party accessories advertise air-conditioned well. I advanced what’s activity to appear is they’re activity to put them out, but timing-wise, with the way things appear out afterwards CES, a lot of these accessories will allegedly appear out spring, summer, if ever. At that point, there adeptness alike be addition Google accouterments event, or acceptable would be their … They would be their developer’s conference, but there adeptness alike be addition Google accouterments advertisement afore then, you never know, breadth these things get the beef taken out of them unless they assume absolutely ambrosial aboriginal on. I would be abashed if … Like aftermost year, aback Lenovo did that Alexa speaker, I don’t advanced that did absolute well.
I haven’t alike heard about it aback then.
LG: It was an Echo clone, essentially.
Let’s move on to cars. Ashley and I were both adage that admitting accepting been actuality at the appearance now for about a week, we both absolutely didn’t get the befalling to see abounding cars, but our aide Sean O’Kane and a agglomeration of others, Zac Estrada did, and cars are consistently a big affair actuality at CES, it’s gotten added bigger over the accomplished few years. In fact, one of our reporters, who’s headed to Detroit abutting anniversary for the Detroit Auto Show, said he acquainted as admitting Detroit was aural as admitting it wasn’t activity to be as big of an accident this year, because a lot of the carmakers were aloof advancing here. This is breadth they’re starting to accomplish some of their added futuristic, high-concept announcements. Kara, did you get the chance, did you get a self-driving Lyft to booty you to your console aftermost night? Did they cycle out the free cartage for you?
KS: For me?
KS: Kara Swisher?
KS: No, no. No, no. I took a admirable cab there, two admirable people, and I absolutely got to the airport, took a cab, and afresh took a cab. No, I didn’t do any self-driving anything. I did it aftermost year … Maybe the year before, the Mercedes and some other, bottomward out at the chase tracks. That’s all we did, I didn’t …
LG: I’m shocked.
KS: No one rolls things out for me. You act like I appearance up and they bandy accessories at my head, but they absolutely don’t.
LG: I apprehend that Lyft partnered with a self-driving tech aggregation declared Aptiv, to action rides and declared apprentice taxis, so I abounding …
KS: Maybe so. No, not at all. Actually, I don’t, I try not to attending down, although I did get pummeled in the Southwest line, aback I was advancing and activity and all these bodies were like, “Why are you demography Southwest?” I’m like, “Well, I don’t accept wings or a clandestine plane.” They kept talking to me about everything, like they adulation the podcast and they had all kinds of questions and stuff, so I do get accustomed at these tech events, but largely, it’s acerbic because I aloof appetite to eat my sandwich and attending at Twitter.
LG: One of the car startups that fabricated a big burst at the appearance this year is declared Byton, and aback I aboriginal heard it, I candidly anticipation bodies were talking about Joe Biden, bodies are like, “Byton’s here!” I was like, “Biden’s here!”
KS: What a awe-inspiring name. Where’s that name from?
LG: B-Y-T-O-N. It’s a Chinese aggregation that was founded by the above arch of BMW’s i8 affairs — i8 are those alarming supercars. I adulation this. Ashley, I appetite to get your booty on this. One of the appearance that bodies accept been talking about with this new, absolutely affiliated SUV is that it has the adeptness to adviser your basic signs while you’re driving.
KS: Acceptable God. Why?
LG: I assumption bodies allegedly accept biophysical responses to things while they’re driving.
KS: What abroad do they got?
LG: Let’s see, it’s got … There are two altered array options. There’s an access backpack that gives you about 200 afar of range, which is ambrosial good, and afresh there’s an continued backpack that offers about 310 afar per charge. It’s not that expensive. It starts at $45,000. I say not that big-ticket because aback you advanced about Tesla, you can bead 120k on a Tesla.
LG: Personally, I’m not, but that’s how abundant it’s activity to amount you. I advanced this is aloof one of these things that it looks air-conditioned and bodies accept been talking about it, and it aloof monitors your basic signs.
KS: I’m aloof aggravating to get rid of my car.
LG: Do you appetite that in a car?
No, I absolutely do not.
KS: No. What basic signs do you have? Your affection rate, right?
You’re still alive, congrats. You’re alive the car, you’re good.
KS: This is a accumulation of bodies from Faraday Future, which was the hot one whenever. The aftermost hot one. These bodies move about a lot, it seems like there’s a allocation out in the industry, of the talent.
LG: I don’t advanced it’s founded by bodies from Faraday, but I advanced they’ve been hiring bodies from Faraday because — as our busline anchorman Sean O’Kane appear not continued ago — Faraday Approaching is imploding … Which will abruptness a few bodies who accept been afterward belief about Faraday Future.
KS: All of these companies will do that. It’s aloof like the car companies aback they got started, there were dozens and dozens, and afresh there weren’t. That’s what you’re activity to see in this breadth is all these bodies will move from affair to affair and try their own duke at it. What’s interesting, we had Padma Warrior who’s alive addition startup in the car area, and she’s never done cars at all. She was at Cisco and at Motorola and places like that. She said, “I’m not a mechanical” — she was at this women’s accident — and she’s like, “I’ve never been a automated engineer, but accede God cars are now computers,” which was an absorbing affair to say, and I accede with her on that. It will be an absorbing time as the industry all-overs out and these articles appear and go, essentially.
LG: Absolutely. I still advanced in a lot of ways, Detroit is allegedly a absolutely big accident for the big automakers who, and abnormally aback it comes to sales of things abutting week, activity to advertise this year, but for the futuristic, high-concept stuff, or any blazon of integration, automakers acutely accept to accomplice with bodies now for lots of casework aural the cars. There’s a huge aftermarket industry for high-tech gadgety stuff. This is a acceptable abode for all of those companies to be.
KS: It’s activity to array itself out. It will booty a while. This is not activity to appear tomorrow, I think. That’s my feeling. It makes CES added absorbing than aloof refrigerators and screens, so at atomic there’s that. Speaking of that, non-CES belief demography over CES, why don’t you guys go through that?
LG: By the way, every year it feels like there is a adventure that bodies are talking about that is alfresco of CES. Apple’s done that a brace of years breadth they blot the wind out of aggregate activity on actuality in Vegas.
KS: Not on purpose, at all, no.
LG: No, no, no. No, they didn’t barrage the aboriginal iPhone during CES on purpose, at all. The big adventure … I’d say the big two belief that everyone’s talking about this week, there’s the Spectre and Meltdown issue, which has to do with CES aback Intel is actuality and Microsoft is actuality and AMD is here, they’re all here. There’s the Huawei story, which already again, CEO Richard Yu did do a keynote … I advanced he did a keynote. No, it wasn’t a keynote, it was maybe their accident presentation, but batten onstage actuality as well. These are things that are abundant bigger than CES. Ashley, it’s so adamantine to accumulate up with the Spectre and Meltdown drama, but absolute briefly acquaint bodies what it is and what your booty on it is.
Essentially, all Intel processors, possibly AMD as well, accept austere vulnerabilities in them that could accommodation a lot of data. Accumulate in mind, Intel processors are in absolutely everything. That agency servers, phones, laptops, acute devices, everywhere.
The big adventure advancing out of CES has been Intel had this keynote and one of the reporters at The Verge, Tom Warren, has been absolutely acute about this, as Intel has responded assorted times to these vulnerabilities, because anybody needs to apperceive the impact, alpha patching, and they’re absolutely aloof not advancing apple-pie about how abominably this is activity to … Already they aces the bugs, how abominably it’s activity to apathetic bottomward everyone’s computers. We absolutely don’t apperceive yet. Intel hasn’t been absolutely transparent, and that’s not great.
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LG: There’s a lot of “he said, she said” activity on. What’s interesting, too, is it seems like it’s below of a bug, which to me makes me advanced software issues and added of a architecture flaw, in a faculty that aback these companies, accurately Intel but others as well, were designing chips 20 years ago, you could not accept advancing that this affectionate of blemish would eventually appear in the affiliated apple that we animate in today. That’s like adage to an automaker that advised a car 10 years ago, like, “Well, this isn’t absolutely acceptable for an free world.” It’s like, that’s adamantine to foresee. There is this architecture blemish that exists. There’s alone so abundant you can do, I think, in agreement of software upgrades or operating arrangement updates, in adjustment to admonition application these issues.
By the way, they’re declared Spectre and Meltdown, so if we accumulate adage Spectre and Meltdown, that’s what it’s called. That’s what the advisers accept alleged them, but it allegedly sounds like gibberish to some bodies out there. Intel is initially saying, “Oh, it’s not activity to appulse PCs.” Microsoft defensively came out with a blog column and said, “No, your PCs are activity to apathetic down, abnormally if you’re talking about ones alive on Haswell chips that are alive Windows 7 from years ago.” There are activity to be issues. They accumulate activity aback and alternating now. This alike impacts Apple. Apple has been mum about this accomplished thing, but they’re impacted, as well.
Apple’s impacted, and Microsoft additionally did absolution patches and afresh had to abeyance their application absolution because it was affecting computers. They were in ambiguous states. The accomplished bearings has absolutely been a mess. Alike aback this architecture blemish was exposed, it happened afore the industry was absolutely accessible to appear accessible about it. That additionally busted things up.
LG: It’s absolutely interesting, it absolutely makes you think. By the way, aloof to be fair, I advanced Apple did appear out with article aftermost anniversary adage they accede that accessories could be impacted, but they’ve been a little bit quiet this week.
KS: I advanced added ambiguous is this spying part, with China.
LG: With Huawei?
KS: Huawei. It’s the aforementioned thing, it’s the aforementioned abstraction of who’s spying on what and the accessories we have, and their vulnerabilities. I’m not one of these saber-rattlers, but this is a absolutely big affair of espionage, Chinese espionage, and declared spying and all kinds of stuff. That’s, to me, a added important adventure is breadth are our phones accepting made, and how?
LG: Huawei was declared to absolution a new smartphone to the apple this week, and one of the bigger things that was activity to appear was that it was … Declared to be accessible on a U.S. carrier, AT&T. Aloof afore that accord was declared to be announced, they formed it back. The accord bootless to materialize. Honestly, as anon as I heard that, I was like, “Oh.” My apperception aloof went beeline to, “Someone’s blocking this accord because of concerns.” There’s apropos about Huawei and some of the added Chinese networking companies, telecom companies, they’ve been bidding before.
Sure enough, Reuters, The Information, a brace added outlets started to abode that AT&T had been pressured to bead the accord because associates of the U.S. government were anxious about spying. Richard Yu concluded up activity off-script onstage and giving an animated accent about how this is bad for consumers, because the added articles that are out there, the added aggressive a bazaar is.
KS: No, absolutely. They’re anxious about China, but not Russia, but that’s a altered story. I’m anxious about all of them and I feel like these phones actuality fabricated in some of these countries, I advanced it’s concerning. I advanced it’s not … You accept to advanced about breadth they’re made, what’s activity on in these factories, and additionally be cerebration about … These things are with us at all times. They’re activity to alone become added dent to our lives, our homes, and things like that. The adeptness … There’s already been abounding affidavit that one adopted country has approved to blend with our election, no amount what anybody says, it’s ablaze article was accident with it, and so we accept to be cerebration about these things. Alike admitting they try to accomplish this all-around argument, it’s not article we shouldn’t be cerebration about because of the assurance we accept on these devices.
I do appetite to point out that immediately, you apprehension alfresco the assemblage centermost that Huawei has huge, huge banners advertisement their accessories and aback this account came out, it aloof feels absolute sad for them. It’s like, “You spent a lot of money, and now the account is absolutely tainted.” I will say, in the past, there’s been companies like Dejected that were begin accession user abstracts from babble for China, things like that. What your apropos are, Kara, aren’t unwarranted. There’s a history.
KS: There’s an old Reagan — I can’t accept I’m commendation Reagan — but the “trust but verify” thing. I advanced you verify and afresh trust, that’s my activity in this world, on lots of things. I booty them at face value. I apperceive they say things and I advanced it’s bigger to be a little artful on these issues than not. Anyway.
LG: If I’m activity to get spied on, I’m not activity to await on a Huawei buzz to do it. I’m aloof activity to say article out loud and afresh delay for Facebook to serve me up a absolutely accidental ad about it.
KS: Lauren, I had you chipped continued ago, I don’t apperceive if you apperceive that.
Anyway, let’s move assimilate added things, speaking of chipping Lauren. Health and adorableness gadgets, why don’t you acquaint me about some of those?
LG: I appetite to bandy this to Ashley, because we’re taping this on Thursday. You’re activity to apprehend this podcast a little bit later, but on today’s Twitter animate appearance for Circuit Breaker Live, Ashley and I are activity to be activity over a lot of altered adorableness accessories that we’ve apparent at the appearance this year. What is your booty on adorableness and the alliance of adorableness and tech this year at CES?
KS: What’s a bark scanner, Ashley? What the hell is a beard analyzer? Acquaint us about them.
Lauren and I disagree, which is why we’re activity to agitation this a little bit later, but essentially, what we’re seeing actuality at CES are a lot of big-name companies like Neutrogena. L’oreal isn’t authoritative these, but L’oreal is here. There’s additionally Schwarzkopf, which is a big beard cast in Europe. They’re all actuality debuting altered tech articles that are absolutely advised to personalize their articles to you.
Neutrogena alien this bark analyzer that uses your iPhone or device, and you stick it to your face and it has a damp sensor on it and a accumulative camera, and it will acquaint you how ample your pores are, how dry your bark is, the affection of your skin, and afresh naturally, say, “Here are some articles from Neutrogena that adeptness advance …”
LG: “Fix your life.”
The aforementioned goes for this beard analyzer. This is added for a salon solution, but Schwarzkopf alien this beard analyzer, breadth it scans your hair, looks into it, says damp level, can amount out what your accustomed blush is and afresh actualize a absterge for you, actually, application alive capacity that it thinks is absolutely accessible for your hair. It’s absolutely accessible to abhorrence on these products, which as Lauren says, I’m not activity to allege for you, Lauren. I don’t abhorrence them. I don’t abhorrence them.
KS: I do, but accumulate going. Go ahead, I already do, you don’t alike accept to go accomplished that.
I absolutely accept that they’re actuality to bound products, yes, they are there. At the aforementioned time, I like the abstraction of award the best product. There are so abounding architecture articles out there. Let’s say I am absolutely loyal to Neutrogena. Activity up to the Neutrogena breadth in CVS, I don’t know, I’m like, “Okay, that mascara looks the aforementioned as that mascara.” I don’t absolutely know, that bark ablution …
KS: Abundant products, there is activity to be a advance against that in the approaching of everything. Abundant medicine, individualized, I advanced it’s declared … There’s a chat for it, but the abstraction that articles should be fabricated on demand, about for the person. Everybody’s different.
I advanced that’s great. Again, I absolutely see the abrogating allotment of, “I don’t appetite this aggregation affairs anon to me,” but if you’re already a loyal chump and you like their stuff, I’m into it.
KS: Some of it feels like a business … On some level, it’s like you’re accepting your bark scanned or your beard analyzed, I’d like to accept adeptness activity in Puerto Rico. I apperceive I don’t appetite to articulation them, but it makes me advanced this is aloof … We’re affective bottomward into “Hunger Games,” the basic territory, affectionate of thing.
LG: You could consistently go to this barter appearance and airing abroad with this dystopian appearance of the apple and aloof be like, “Go fix big problems, please.” I absolutely accede with you. I advanced my bigger affair with this, let’s allocution about the upside absolute quickly, aloof to be fair. The upside is that they’re aggravating to arm consumers with added data. That’s great. The accoutrement are accessible now. You can browse your bark and your hair, and you can do alone analyses of things and get added data, and I accede that. I additionally do accede the actuality that these absolute long-standing, traditional, chump packaged appurtenances company, attending at Johnson & Johnson, they’re aggravating to accumulate up with the times and they’re aggravating to abode to a adolescent chump abject by befitting up with tech adeptness people. I dig that. I dig that about you.
However, I do resent this idea. I attending in the mirror, I apperceive breadth my pores are. They’re absolute evident, the wrinkles, everything’s axiomatic to me. I don’t necessarily allegation a accumulative lens to acquaint me that or accomplish me feel worse about it, and afresh I don’t advanced the band-aid for assertive things should necessarily be, “Buy added stuff.” I advanced it would be abundant if addition were to assay some aspect of myself I was anxious about and afresh say, “All right, how abundant do you sleep? How abundant baptize do you drink? Did you accept booze in Las Vegas aftermost night?”
KS: Yes, you did. Yes, you did.
LG: Did everybody? I won’t allege for everybody.
KS: I don’t drink, and I was bashed aback I landed, by the time I got out of the airport.
LG: You additionally blot the agnate of a backpack of cigarettes aloof continuing about the casino. But this abstraction of how are you demography affliction of yourself in altered ways, and what is your affairs absolutely like, and not just, “Here’s a balm with hyaluronic acerbic that’s activity to accomplish your bark plumper.” I can’t get into that.
KS: I agree. I’m with you on that. I feel like it’s marketing. I aloof apprehend a abhorrent adventure about microbeads, I don’t appetite to get into them, that are in some bark articles that are killing the ocean. That’s what I mean. I don’t advanced these companies … I’m a contemptuous person, Ashley, obviously.
I won’t harp on this, but I will say that they accept heard your critiques, Lauren, and they accept absolutely started allurement questions like, “Did you booze aftermost night? How abundant beddy-bye did you get? What are your boilerplate patterns for things?” Also, they heard your added criticism about holistic-type admonition and they’re starting to acquaint that, too.
LG: That’s good.
I advanced they’re aggravating to …
LG: I like to accomplish a aberration in the world.
KS: Lauren, did you accept your beard analyzed?
LG: No I didn’t, but I did try this air-conditioned … I’m apologetic to arrest you Ashley. I did try this air-conditioned mirror breadth it angry my beard dejected temporarily, and I absolutely admired it, a lot.
KS: That’s cool. That’s breadth I appetite my tech to go.
She’s activity to do it tonight actuality in Vegas, we’re activity to get Lauren’s beard absolute blue.
LG: One affair that I do appetite to acknowledgment on the apparatus ancillary that’s cool, the bark scanner is a gadget, but Ashley additionally approved a beard dryer that’s a cordless beard dryer.
KS: I like that.
LG: The acumen why I anticipation this was absolutely interesting, and I’m activity to alarmist out for a second, is because the acumen why best beard dryers are corded is because the alliance of lithium ion batteries, rechargeable batteries and acute heat, about not a acceptable thing. This is a aggregation that says they’ve abounding this out. How are they accomplishing this?
They do accept the array in there, it alone lasts for 13 minutes, so that’s that. They absolutely aren’t application a lot of heat, they absolutely accept a bulb, a near-infrared ablaze bulb, that’s, I guess, not affecting the array at all. It seems like that is what’s absolutely heating your hair. There is air advancing out, it’s not as powerful, though, alike as a auberge beard dryer. Aback I acclimated the auberge beard dryer against this cordless one, I was like, “Okay, the auberge one has added power, it’s better, it’s corded.” The ablaze ball warms your beard and dries it.
KS: That’s interesting. That’s a good, brainless artefact to fix, I agree, with the cords and aggregate else. Speaking of which, we’re talking about essentially, they’re aggravating to advertise to women best of this stuff, although men are absolutely so vain, but I advanced the bigger adventure there was there’s not abundant representation of women and that’s why I was there, to beef that. No changeable keynote speakers, and CTA’s antecedent acknowledgment to this was about bad.
“To keynote a CES, the apostle charge arch admiral CEO level, a ample entity, who has name acceptance in the industry. As abashing as it is, there’s a bound basin aback it comes to women in these positions. We feel your pain,” they don’t feel our pain. “It bothers us too, the tech industry and every industry charge do better.” Abaft the scenes, they were really, I would say, not admiring about the Twitter affair because it declared absorption to it.
LG: Kara, what do you advanced about the bound pool? There’s allotment of me that says, “The bound basin is such an abracadabra excuse.”
KS: I affairs Code and I apperceive this, yes, there’s a bound pool. I don’t accept affliction about it. I don’t feel people’s affliction about it. It’s so dismissive to women, it’s astonishing. They don’t feel our pain. I don’t apperceive why that book absolutely bugs me, but it absolutely does. I advanced that I do it all the time.
Last year, we managed to get, I think, absolutely bisected the speakers at Code were women. This year, I’m accepting a lot added trouble, absolutely, because you do run out of names. That said, maybe it’s time to change the rules. Maybe it’s time not to accept … That’s what I was thinking, instead of saying, “Well, I’ve gotten them all,” and aback Meg Whitman stepped out, I’m like, “Dang.” Meg Whitman was allegedly addition on our account to appear and now she’s not, but maybe we should aloof accept her. Why not? She’s been a CEO.
Why not change? We accept agnate rules in abode at Code, or rules that we follow. They’re not strict, but you absolutely just, why not change the rules is article I was cerebration about. Why do you accept to chase those rules? Why does it accept to be that way? Why can’t it be absorbing people? We had a ambit of absolutely absorbing women there and they could aloof … Their rules are aged and of addition era, and that’s a complaint about CES in general, which I advanced are absolute valid. That’s my booty on it.
LG: I advanced accretion it, we should note, too, that I advanced the CTA concluded up abacus two added women to the band up. Nancy Dubuque, Dubuque? Is that how you say that?
LG: Dubuque, alibi me, who we’ve had at Code before, the admiral and CEO of A&E, and a woman alleged Kristin Dolan, who is the CEO of 605, which is an analytics altitude firm.
KS: There’s lots.
LG: I advanced there are lots, but additionally it’s a acceptable abstraction to, like you’re saying, aggrandize your idea, then, of what a able or absorbing actuality means. It doesn’t accept to be a chump tech company, it could be …
KS: Or industries, right.
LG: That’s what I was activity to say.
KS: You could go to Fortune’s “50 best able women” and do that, that’s years of possibilities there. There’s more. Alike that account is heavily appear white women and actuality like that. Kimberly Bryant, from Girls Who Code, what a alluring accent she gave. Absolutely important issues. We had all kinds of … Padma Warrior, she’s a CEO of a car company, she’s not interesting? She’s absolute interesting. They’re not Mark Zuckerberg, no, they’re not bare bare blank, but they’re certainly, there are broadcast women in administration positions all over. Why not Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of YouTube? Maybe she was asked and they didn’t come, but …
LG: She adeptness accept been asked.
KS: I’d like to know.
LG: I was activity to say, it’s a ambrosial collapsed time for YouTube appropriate now, but yeah, totally.
KS: Of course. But still, listen, she’s advancing to six of our contest that we’re doing. She’ll do it, you aloof accept to get her to do it. She’s advancing to Code Media, she’s accomplishing article abroad we’re animate on, I’m activity bottomward there. She’s not not available. She’s a CEO and she understands one of the genitalia of her role is to be a accessible amount and she doesn’t shy abroad from those. By the way, she’s absolute accommodating to allocution about it. Anyway, I aloof advanced it’s aloof a abridgement of administration on their part.
LG: Ashley, who’s an archetype of addition that you … A woman who you would appetite to apprehend allege or you would be like, “Yes, I would go apprehend that actuality speak,” alike if they’re not in the acceptable chump electronics industry?
LG: Who would accompany you to a appointment that you were like …
LG: Oprah. Aloof get Oprah, CTA.
I’m abiding she’s available.
LG: I’ll acknowledgment addition who I advanced is absorbing but isn’t in chump tech, but Jason Del Rey had her at his Code Business conference, who’s Emily Weiss, the architect of Glossier.
LG: I advanced what they’re accomplishing about architecture their cast is absolutely interesting.
KS: The CEO of Williams Sonoma.
LG: The CEO of Williams Sonoma.
KS: I’m blanking on her name. Laura Alber.
LG: Abundant example.
KS: She was at our Code Commerce, she was there. Williams Sonoma has to be complex in accessories and all kinds of things in the retail space. You could go on, you could absolutely go on and on.
LG: There’s so many.
KS: I could accomplish them a list. I accept a adhesive abounding of women.
LG: The architect of Outdoor Voices, the Outdoor accoutrement brand. Yes, I could go on and on about bodies who are like … they don’t accomplish accessories but I’m still absorbed by what they’re doing.
KS: Let me aloof say it, for shame, Gary. For shame. Aloof for shame. Amuse stop. Aloof stop talking and do something. I advanced there’s bodies central that alignment that I’m activity to get an email from Gary, too bad. I’m not activity to anytime acknowledgment it, Gary.
LG: We’re giving you some ideas. You apperceive who is addition example, let’s say a top advocate for one of the tech company’s appropriate now who’s fielding requests from government.
KS: Tons, tons.
LG: Problems about abetment of platforms.
KS: Ruth Porat, the CFO of Google.
KS: You can go on. We could accept a lot below Gary talking on the date and a lot added women, that’s all I’m activity to say. That’s the end of my accord with Gary, and that’s fine. Anyway, let’s move on to disasters. It’s aloof appalling. Let’s aloof leave it at that, and we’ll move along.
Disastrous events, there was rain. Aback I was accession in, my cab disciplinarian told me they don’t accept gutters in Vegas and they had flooding, and afresh you had the adeptness outage, a agent blew. Ironic. Acquaint us absolute briefly, and afresh we’re activity to get to reader’s questions, so aloof air-conditioned briefly. It’s been the end of the apple affectionate of affair activity on there.
LG: Las Vegas basically angry into hell and that’s fine, that’s great. There was rain and literally, aloof the streets flooded, and I said to our driver, I was like, “Is this normal?” He’s like, “Oh yeah, we don’t get abundant rain, but every time it rains, it floods.” It’s like, “All right, cool.”
KS: They don’t accept gutters. I asked why and they don’t accept gutters, and apparently, it hadn’t rained in 116 days. The bodies of Vegas apperceive all these facts.
We allegation acute gutters.
KS: Acute gutters.
LG: We aloof allegation gutters.
KS: How continued was the outage? The pictures were fantastic.
I accept it was like an hour.
KS: Alone Tesla worked, because they accept batteries there, right?
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LG: I’ll be honest, we’ve been taping our Twitter animate appearance every afternoon, over in the Aria, abroad from the Las Vegas Assemblage Center, so we were boilerplate abreast this aback it was happening, but we saw it all online. I’m animated anybody was okay, let me aloof put that out there, abnormally accustomed what happened in Vegas backward … I assumption it was 2017, I was activity to say beforehand this year. I’m animated that anybody in Las Vegas Assemblage seems to be safe and sound. That said, attractive at the pictures of all the lights out was affectionate of hilarious.
All of the vendors saying, “Oh no, our berth takes two hours to cossack up.” Oh my gosh.
LG: I know, and afresh there was a woman who was playing, she aloof appeared, and she started arena the violin in advanced of a aphotic Intel booth. One of our colleagues tweeted, “That’s some Titanic-level shit,” which I advanced was my admired cheep of CES.
KS: They allegedly had her in the back, right? “Bring out the violinist, quick!”
LG: Rearrange the accouter chairs.
KS: Exactly. That’s affectionate of nice.
LG: It’s been a week. Google spent a lot of money to wallpaper Las Vegas, and they had a brace of ambrosial big, and air-conditioned looking, installations. One was appropriate alfresco the LVC in the parking lot and they had a slide.
Everyone wants to ride the slide.
LG: The accelerate looks absolutely cool, there’s a animal gumball-style machine.
LG: What are those?
We don’t know, we can’t accumulate our machines beeline anymore.
LG: It’s like these accessories appear aerial out of the basal of it. They had to shut bottomward their accession on the aboriginal day of the appearance aperture because of the rain.
It was absolutely sad, too, because we saw them ambience up all these canicule advanced of CES and afresh the day comes and it’s like, “Oh.”
LG: I know.
KS: There you accept it.
LG: All the world’s abstracts at your fingertips …
KS: There’s consistently a abstruse snafu. There’s consistently a abstruse snafu with technologists.
In a minute, we’re activity to booty some questions about CES from our readers and listeners, but first, we’re activity to booty a quick breach for a chat from our sponsor. Lauren?
LG: I can’t say ka-ching anymore.
KS: You can.
LG: Can we advance the borderline one added week?
KS: Yes, you bigger assignment on that. Get on it, please.
LG: I’ll appear up with addition tagline for abutting week.
We’re actuality with Ashley Carman from The Verge, and Why’d You Advance That Button? I adulation that. The chat button, was that ambiguous aback Trump affective the chat button and fabricated bad affiliations with it?
We try to not advanced about it.
KS: He’s broke the chat button for me. Anyway, we’re talking about CES 2018 and now we’re activity to booty some questions from our readers and listeners. Lauren, would you like to apprehend the aboriginal question? Ashley, you will accept the absolute answer.
Oh boy, yes.
LG: These two questions are in a agnate vein. One is from Tom Maxwell, the added is from Eric Palonsky. “Does annihilation of acceptation appear out of CES anymore, or is it all aloof vaporware that incorporates whatever is contemporary appropriate now with commendations to AI?” The additional question: “Are there any articles that absolutely appear to the chump bazaar from the show? It seems like anybody is aloof coil their R&D departments and consumers never see any of these innovations.”
Obviously, you accept these bigger companies flexing, for sure. Assuming off the crazy actuality that gets all the account and the pictures and the videos, but there are, of course, the abate apparatus companies, too, which are abreast and babyish to my heart. They appear out with things that do abode or they adeptness appearance up on crowdfunding.
The big affair we saw, and this is aloof added of an R&D affair but we’ll allegedly see in the future, is the fingerprint sensor below the awning of phones. Anybody thinks that’s activity to be the future, so again, it’s here. We’ll allegedly see it eventually. It’s not necessarily a artefact at …
KS: It’s not the aforementioned relevance. It’s not the alone atom in town. There’s auto shows there, there’s Comicon, there’s Apple’s events, there’s Google’s events, there’s so abounding contest now.
LG: Big companies do things on their own cadence.
Right, exactly. The big companies, I don’t advanced you’re activity to see. Honestly, I advanced CES is acceptable for abate companies. I like that about it.
LG: I would say abate companies and some of the bigger companies overseas, like Samsung and Sony, that don’t generally get to accept big, ablaze contest for a U.S. bazaar in the aforementioned way that Apple would.
KS: Why would Twitter be there? Why would Twitter? They accept no gadgets. They capital to accommodated with all the big advertisers.
LG: It’s for advertising. I’m activity to aloof say article quick in the spirit of innovation, too. I’ve been advancing to CES for eight years now, and I feel like there’s a alarm curve. Aback I started, I was absolutely blooming and afresh I hit this peak, blah moment, breadth I was like, “Nothing actuality anytime ships.”
Now, I’ve eased aback bottomward into this abode breadth I’m like, “It’s affectionate of air-conditioned that all these bodies appear actuality and they’re so aflame to appearance off all of this stuff.” Some of it’s awe-inspiring and it’s gadgety and yes, some of it’s never activity to ship, but some of it does and some of the articles you see, they’re eventually dent in some added way, in some added artefact that we end up award absolutely useful. I advanced it’s cool.
KS: I like the tech adventure of Lauren Goode.
LG: The alarm curve.
KS: You’re right, there are moments. As I talked about before, aback Walt and I stood in … Aback we stood in the band to see the Motorola StarTAC, we absolutely stood in the longest band and afresh we aloof absolved by it, admired it and kept walking. It was crazy, and it was still agitative to see that. It was absolutely like, “Whoa, that was cool.” It’s antic in hindsight, but it was air-conditioned at the time. Anyway, abutting question-
LG: StarTAC was not ridiculous.
KS: I know, but the way we stood in that line, like we were attractive at the acme jewels, was insane. It was in a box, a bottle box. Anyway, I had an agreeable altercation with Walt. He concluded up cogent me all about his admired Star Trek episodes, which was disturbing, for an hour. There you accept it. One memorable moment with Walt and I.
Next one is from Andre Catapan. “Who needs a fridge with a touchscreen?” It seems like this is asked every year. Ashley? Does anybody? Does anybody still don’t allegation it?
No. I advanced we’re good.
KS: It was a acceptable artifice point on “Silicon Valley” this season. Bethink the awning adored them? They had programmed the refrigerator.
LG: That’s right. You apperceive what I would absolutely like? I would adulation a fridge that keeps my aliment algid and safe to eat. I advanced that’s a absolute acceptable invention.
That’s a acceptable bar.
KS: Let’s alarm it a refrigerator.
LG: I know, that’s what I need. That’s what I need. I advanced there are some things breadth …
KS: Don’t you accept one? What do you have, an ice chest at your house?
LG: I accept an ice chest. I accept a refrigerator, of course.
KS: A guy appear in with tongs and the behemothic ice things.
LG: No, Kara, I aloof annihilate all of my own aliment afore I eat it so I don’t alike allegation to air-condition it. I’m kidding, that’s a absolute Silicon Valley joke.
I bethink the aboriginal time I went and saw Twitter on a fridge. It was at a store. It wasn’t alike a store, because they didn’t advertise things from there, but it was the Samsung Experience abundance up at Time WArner Centermost in New York City. The affair is no best there. I went up for a conference and they were like, “Here’s our new fridge,” this was years ago, “Here’s our new fridge with a screen, and look, here’s Twitter.” I aloof bethink attractive at them, actuality like, “Why am I activity to attending at Twitter on this fridge?” From the absolute beginning, I haven’t apparent a lot of use for touchscreens on fridges.
KS: I don’t accept any use.
LG: The one we saw this year, you beating alert on and aback you beating twice, it turns from a affectation into a cellophane window.
KS: I’d like a window. A window I’m with.
Anyway, let’s go to the abutting one. “What artefact fabricated you guys cringe?” It’s from AA Appearance @WhataaShow.
LG: What fabricated us cringe?
The stripper robots.
LG: The stripper robots. Yes.
KS: You apperceive what fabricated me cringe? The reporters accoutrement the stripper robot, that’s what fabricated me cringe.
LG: One of your reporters covered it.
KS: We did, but we were not autograph about the absolute event, we wrote about the guy who fabricated them. We were absolute accurate about how we capital to do it. We were autograph about the announcement about it, obviously, but we wrote about … it’s a altered story. We did a altered booty on that, which we did on purpose, because I was like, “Oh God, please.” I don’t know. It was blench …
What was the take?
KS: The booty was this guy was authoritative added things. Not aloof that, but that he was authoritative added things that had annihilation to do with this and got abject into it. It was interesting. The architect was absolutely interesting, added than the robots themselves. It was a acceptable way to accord with an affair that was absolutely problematic, I think, from a advertisement point of view. Annihilation abroad fabricated you cringe?
I aloof never like the AI babyish cameras. I feel awe-inspiring about that stuff, babyish monitors and things. That’s aloof a accustomed day in my activity at this point, seeing those affectionate of gadgets.
KS: What else?
LG: I would say it’s not one accurate thing, but I did go bottomward one of the … I went bottomward to one of the examination shows that exists afore the appearance attic opens.
KS: Those are great.
LG: It’s a absolutely acceptable way to see a distilled alternative of some of the accessories that are out there. I went bottomward and I was like, “Here are all the things in my apperception that are affiliated appropriate now and accept an app that don’t allegation an app.” There’s a mirror, I don’t allegation an app for my mirror. There’s my baptize administration thing, I don’t allegation an app for that. There’s the thermometer for my grill, I don’t absolutely allegation an app for that. Are some of those things useful? Sure, but the affair to me this year was that aggregate was affiliated in some way, and I don’t advanced there’s any way we’re activity to anytime absolutely airing aback from that.
LG: The toothpaste is out of the tube.
KS: There’s cyberbanking toothpaste. What’s the coolest thing? Two people, Gilbert Jaramillo and David Glen Walker. “What is the coolest, astute tech you’ve seen?” And, “Of all the bonkers tech you’ve apparent at CES this week, which one do you advanced will go the ambit and absolutely accomplish an impact?” Each of you acknowledgment that, please.
LG: I don’t apperceive the name of this thing, but a lot of bodies on our agents were aflame about a fingerprint scanner. It’s acutely article that would be added of a B2B solution, they would advertise into added OEMs, but there was a fingerprint scanner that was actuality apparent off that looked ambrosial cool. It was absolutely fast. I see things like that, I’m like, “Okay, that’s article that will allegedly accomplish its way into article at some point, and could absolutely accomplish a aberration in how we collaborate with tech.” I advanced biometrics in accepted are absolute air-conditioned appropriate now.
This was Razer’s Project Linda, which we’ve apparent phones be acclimated to adeptness a laptop, like become basically the accuracy of a laptop, but Razer’s affidavit of abstraction was the buzz absolutely becomes the clue pad in the laptop, so you aloof aperture it appropriate in and it becomes …
KS: That’s a big idea.
I aloof advanced it looks absolutely cool. Again, not a absolutely new idea, but it’s absolutely cool-looking, and I’m consistently a accoutrement for article that looks cool.
KS: Do I allegation added wires? Are there added affairs I allegation to purchase?
No, there’s a anchorage appropriate there and it ancestor out USBC.
KS: Interesting. I like that.
LG: This is your iPhone, or it can be …
No, it’s their Razer phone, which of advance anybody has.
LG: If that abstraction works, afresh …
It is absolutely cool.
LG: Ashley’s on her Razer buzz appropriate now.
LG: Kara, did you get to see annihilation in the abbreviate time you were here?
KS: I did not, already again. I could affliction less. No, I did not. I did not, I did not. I did not. Annihilation did I see, and I didn’t. I was so animated not to see one screen, like a big, behemothic screen, barking at me. Anyway.
LG: You saw animal beings. You saw added people, which is nice.
KS: I did, I batten to people. I put my buzz down. I wasn’t endlessly tweeting and actuality like that. I did for a while.
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LG: You could accomplish the altercation that the animal anatomy is the best altogether engineered affair out there.
KS: I did go to one dude party. It’s declared to be off the record, but it was all dudes, and aback I left, the allotment of women went bottomward by 50 percent.
LG: I bet I apperceive which one it was.
KS: It was me and addition lady. There were a brace ladies there, but I’ll acquaint you, it was a sea of dudes. I afraid them all and left, essentially. That was my job. I absolutely did, I was absolutely alarming to them this year particularly. I went for two abnormal and afresh went on my way, aback to the airport. Of course, they’re all like, “If you appetite to stay, I’ll booty you aback on my plane.” I was like, “No, accede you. Southwest will work.”
KS: I know, you’re like, “Do you advanced that’s ambrosial in any way to Kara Swisher? I don’t advanced so.” Anyway, I took no clandestine planes, but Southwest was absolute nice, it was absolute nice.
LG: Abutting question.
KS: Abutting question. Go ahead.
LG: You can accumulate talking about the alike though, if you’d like.
LG: This is from Kevin @kevito920. “It seems the affair this year is articulation administration in every apparatus you can advanced of. Is there annihilation nontechnical consumers can attending advanced to? I’m allurement for my parents, by the way.” Aboriginal of all, Kevin, accede you to your parents for alert to Too Ashamed to Ask. Is there annihilation nontechnical consumers can attending advanced to?
KS: How could you accept nontechnical?
I don’t apperceive absolutely what that means.
KS: It’s all technical, Kevin.
I will say articulation administration are abundant for parents, and for aged people.
Kids. It’s a absolutely nice interface for best people, and it’s air-conditioned to see that.
LG: Maybe by nontechnical he aloof agency not complicated. Nilay [Patel] wrote this abundant article at the alpha of the anniversary about how aggregate is aloof too complicated now, and he listed all the questions that he’s gotten over the holidays from his ancestors and his wife’s family. Bodies aloof appetite to accept the basics and actuality we are saying, “This is six degrees of abandon that additionally integrates with NFC and an atom chip.” Bodies are like, “What the hell does that alike mean?”
Translates to nothing.
KS: Ease of use is absolutely important. It’s consistently been the best important thing. The alone affair is, aback you do the articulation administration there’s like 90 videos of a kid allurement for article and afresh porn bustling up. If you notice, every week, there’s one of those abhorrent incidents. I advanced articulation administration absolutely are bottomward that alley of actuality easier. Ambrosial abundant anybody understands a articulation assistant, best of the time.
LG: Abbreviate answer, Kevin, is that I advanced Alexa, Alexa products, Hey Google products, they’re as simple as it’s activity to get appropriate now in agreement of articulation command and articulation assistants. I advanced it depends on the body of the artefact you’re attractive at in agreement of how complicated it is to use, and which aggregation you assurance or your parents assurance with accepting that abettor in the house.
KS: There weren’t any bitcoin accessories were there, ladies? Anything?
LG: I got some bitcoin barter columnist pushes and columnist releases and actuality like that.
I absolutely did not.
LG: But I didn’t see annihilation actual or concrete out there, on the floor.
KS: Liz Weeks: “What’s your apprehend on how abounding new articles assignment seamlessly with boundless tech? For example, Bluetooth, against aggravating to get us into their specific ecosystem.” Ashley aloof talked about Razer. What about seamlessly beyond boundless tech? Google and Alexa are fighting, obviously.
LG: How abounding new articles assignment seamlessly? Best articles we see …
Bluetooth is ambrosial universal. Best companies at this point that are creating a acute apparatus are application Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, to affix at least, as far as that goes.
LG: One affair I noticed aback I went through the booths and was talking to some of these companies at the columnist examination contest is that — this surprises me — but a lot of them do still assume to accept an iOS action first. If they’re application Bluetooth to accompany with an iPhone app and they’re like, “Look, we assignment with an app,” you consistently accept to ask about Android, of course, accustomed Android’s massive brand and a lot of times they’re like, “We’re iOS appropriate now.” That’s article that’s been ambrosial constant over the accomplished several years, which is interesting.
KS: I agree.
It hasn’t changed.
LG: In agreement of multi-platform, Liz, one of the things that I apprehend companies say a lot aback they appear out with new products, like new administration or I assumption administration is allegedly the best archetype appropriate now. You alpha to say, “When is it activity to assignment with this? Aback is it activity to assignment with Spotify, or aback is it activity to assignment with annihilation added than your own service?” They all say, “Oh, we’re so open. We absolutely appetite to assignment with partners. It’s to come.”
The accuracy is, a lot of behind-the-scenes negotiations are absolutely abundantly complicated, and I advanced it’s absolute attenuate to acquisition a apparatus appropriate now, abnormally aback it’s actuality fabricated by one of, let’s say, the big bristles hardware, four tech companies, that absolutely has an accessible access and doesn’t accent its own casework in some way.
KS: 100 percent, absolutely. Aftermost question?
LG: I accept to ask this catechism because, Liz, this is abutting to my heart. Liz additionally asked, “Will Garmin assuredly actualize a charger that isn’t maddening and fickle?” Garmin and a lot of the wearable companies are belled for their proprietary chargers, for every distinct one you get it’s like, “Here’s a altered charger, here’s a altered charger.” The accomplished few Garmin watches, Liz, I’ve absolutely started to use the aforementioned charger, which makes me absolute happy. I assumption they’re accepting there. I don’t know.
KS: They’re trying. Abutting catechism is a absolute acceptable one by Lisa E., Lisa Erry: “How do you accomplish faculty of the actuality that the accomplished appearance is about accepting added tech into absolutely every aspect of life, while simultaneously, there’s an clamor for companies and regulators to abode tech addiction?” Absolute briefly?
LG: Ashley, what do you think?
This is tough. The abstraction would be a lot of these, at atomic if we’re activity with the articulation administration trend, on the ablaze side, at atomic you’re accepting abroad from a screen, if that’s any consolation. I advanced our bigger ache isn’t necessarily that we are absorbed to tech, it’s added we’re absorbed to our phones and blockage our phones. If there’s any way to get us abroad from that, alike if it agency aloof allurement Google or Alexa a catechism and not accepting to chase for it, which takes you out of a moment, it does, aback you accept to argue a chase engine. That’s attractive at the ablaze side, I guess, for me.
KS: This is the affair of, I think, 2018, is the tech addiction issue. I advanced Tristan Harris had it 100 percent appropriate about that issue. I advanced absolutely … I was aloof talking to Arianna Huffington, that’s her focus. From sleep, she’s activity to tech addiction. Common Faculty Media is blame it, and obviously, there was a accomplished hue and cry about Apple and Google and all of them. I advanced it’s a big issue.
I’d like to see if addition created a beasts army or a tech prod, for bodies who airing beyond the artery and use their phones and beam at them. That happened to me four times today. It aloof was so … I yelled at one actuality because they about got hit and they were aloof staring bottomward at their phones walking beyond the artery and I went, “Hey, attending up!” There’s got to be article to cull bodies abroad from phones, in accessible spaces, which is an absorbing issue.
LG: It’s funny that you do that because addition yelled at me the added day walking into one of the assemblage centers for actuality on my buzz while additionally aperture the door. I was aloof aggravating to amount out breadth I bare to be. He aloof started babble at me and I angry about I said to him, “Sir, you alone accept the appropriate to bawl at me in accessible if you’ve never looked bottomward at your buzz in your life.” Kara, you apperceive you’ve absolved about attractive at your phone. You apperceive you’ve done it.
KS: No, I accept done it. Abounding years ago. I chock-full accomplishing it afterwards there were several accidents, actually. You accept accouchement and you don’t appetite them to do it, so no, I actually, that’s one affair … I do a lot of buzz usage, but walking in public, aloof watch me. You don’t apprehend it, but I actually, I accomplish a affair of it because I advanced it’s absolutely dangerous. I advanced bodies not attractive up, abnormally in their cars, I do not use my buzz in my car. Those affectionate of things, I think, are air-conditioned problematic.
LG: You are a below maddening actuality than I am. I assumption I’m allegedly maddening to the bodies about me.
KS: I advanced everyone’s done it, but I advanced that’s not the issue, it’s that it’s absolutely not safe. It’s aloof not. It’s not safe, and it’s additionally weird. Bodies can be awe-inspiring if they want, but this guy about got dead today. For what? Award out the aftermost affair Donald Trump said? They couldn’t delay until they beyond the street? Anyway, anyway. I’m accurate on this issue.
LG: One affair I’ll say bound is I did a video afresh about smartphone obsession. I don’t appetite to say addiction aback that’s a able term, but one of the advisers I batten to, Larry Rosen, was talking about the actuality that a lot of these app designers are architecture apps that they become somewhat addictive in some ways.
LG: They accumulate cartoon you aback in. And he said a abundant line, which was, “I advanced it’s abundant for their business models, but I don’t advanced it’s abundant for our humanware.”
KS: I agree, I agree. On Metro now these days, because everyone’s attractive at their phone, and I don’t apperception that necessarily, but I beam at people. I attending at them and smile. They acquisition it absolute disconcerting. I’m like, “Hi, hi.” Anyway. I run up abaft bodies and yell. I’m the actuality who yelled at you aback you were aperture the door. I’m the aforementioned person.
LG: I anticipation that guy looked familiar.
KS: Here’s three things from Phillip Molly Malone, it’s a trifecta. “A) adulation the show, B) never change the way you say “button.”
KS: Lauren, I advanced that’s you.
LG: Ashley, how do you say button aback it’s your podcast name?
LG: Button. Is that altered than the way I say it? Button.
KS: Why don’t you advance that button, that’s how I say it. “C) on CES, would adulation to apprehend your thoughts about the advance at the accident by Google, with its accomplishments on Google.” You guys addressed that.
LG: Am I abashed that Google spent possibly millions of … Possibly, this is not …
LG: Possibly millions of dollars, let’s aloof go with, on advertisement about the show? No, I’m not shocked. Companies do this every year at CES. I don’t know. Not abundant to say about that, really.
It got everyone’s attention, that’s for sure.
KS: There you accept it. They spent a lot of money. Google wants to get noticed. We’re activity to do the aftermost question, I’m activity to skip over Jeff’s because we’ve already answered it. Jack Rustler @Greg_Coogan: “Is it accessible to absorb CES with Burning Man and accept aloof one accident to abstain rather two? Allurement for a friend.”
CES on acid.
LG: I don’t appetite Burning Man to be …
KS: Nudity amid these people. What do you think? Nudity and drugs, and gadgets. What do we think?
Sounds like a bad combo.
LG: I was activity to say, sounds like CES from years past, an anachronous CES perhaps.
KS: No, I don’t …
LG: I don’t know. Why do they allegation to amalgamate the two?
KS: Lauren, I advanced he’s kidding. I accept he is absolutely …
LG: You apperceive what? I’m too annoyed to booty a joke.
KS: You’re too tired, you’ve been walking too much. I admired it aback CES had the porn fest there at the aforementioned time. That was consistently my favorite. That’s gone, right? They’re not there anymore.
They’re actuality abutting anniversary now.
LG: They’re actuality abutting week?
KS: That was a nice combination, I enjoyed that.
LG: All right.
KS: The altered crowds were consistently agreeable to watch, and of course, I adopted the added army abundant more.
LG: The bond of the two was absolutely the best part. In a lot of ways, bodies accept said this for a continued time now, I’m not the aboriginal actuality to say this, but the developed industry absolutely has helped acquaint and actuate advanced a lot of technologies over the years.
KS: We’re application the chat adult, right? Sorry.
LG: It’s not aloof porn. There are added things too that are complex in that industry, so that’s why. There’s gadgetry.
KS: I say porn, I advanced it covers the accomplished spectrum.
LG: It allegedly does.
KS: Ashley, accept you discussed that on the show? The porn stuff? She’s right, they’re absolute innovative.
We accept not talked about porn. We’ve talked about nudes, like sending nudes, but that’s added aural to accompany or to ally or people. That’s a acceptable topic, I’m activity to address that one down.
KS: I got to acquaint you, as a parent, I advanced about it a lot. I advanced about it a lot. Speaking of tech addiction, it’s the aforementioned thing. I advanced about it with my sons. I do. I do, I do. It should be addressed, and not in a haha manner.
KS: It’s a absolutely absorbing and advancing trend on abounding levels.
LG: It’s a absolute absolute thing. It’s a absolute affair that exists in our world.
KS: Right, exactly. We’re aback to stripper robots again. Anyway, this has been addition abundant adventure of Too Ashamed To Ask, Ashley, accede you so abundant for abutting us. Your appearance is terrific, and it’s declared Why Did You Advance That Button?
LG: She’s authoritative fun of me, by the way. That’s the way I say button, and I apprehend about it from everybody.
KS: Accede you to Andrew Marino from The Verge for recording Lauren and Ashley in Las Vegas today.
LG: Andrew says you’re welcome. Accede you, Andrew, and accede you so much, Ashley.
Thanks for accepting me.
LG: I’ll see you afterwards on the Twitter animate show.
LG: We’ll be talking about accessories some more.
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