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-- -- -- Now my cohost Shibani Joshi -- across the country for that today.
At the all things.
Well the big news says it's cold it's not just sunny -- at a Blakey can't see underneath me it's not all sort of sunshine but it is certainly a lot of busy news a lot of breaking news happening.
Right now and in the auditorium behind me.
I ease -- Twitter CEO Dick -- follow on stage and we are getting word that Twitter has just announced that it will be launching a new.
Photo sharing experience where -- -- will alone.
The rights to their own photos of this basically means if your Twitter user you don't have to go to -- frog or twit picks.
In order to upload your your pictures we'll bring you more headlines as they cross that really news just crossing fast and vigorously.
All throughout this conference last night Google's former CEO Eric Schmidt.
Opened up that this conference demo -- the company's new mobile wallet application that we were talking about last week.
Turning your cell phone into -- credit card he also talked about the issue -- privacy.
That we know have really been taking center stage in the headlines recently take a listen.
Google will remain a place where you can do anonymous searches that we on -- hearing about -- And we're very committed to having you have control over the information we have about you.
From our perspective the ultimate answer is transparency we tell people we know.
The other thing you mentioned Charles industries interestingly enough is that he is clean created are deemed a new band of four in Silicon Valley and in new tech leaders in this area at least.
At this conference going forward he named Amazon apple.
Google and FaceBook as a four runners of technology the ones that are going to -- the industry he did not mention Microsoft he did not mention Yahoo! he did not mention Intel.
Certainly -- changing of the guards going on this year all things did well.
You know you know I remember the four horsemen I drove the market up in the ninety's and you know for a while -- to new guard.
Want to talk about this rumor there's a rumor earlier involving Microsoft and Nokia.
Nokia's stock rebounded a little bit and start to fade a little a little now but what's the latest from Nokia.
Yeah lots -- things going on but Nokia yesterday it warned about its profit because of concerns about revenues and sales of handsets today.
In the tech Blogosphere there was a rumor that Microsoft may be interested in buying Nokia is.
Devices is division for nineteen billion dollars would be -- Fox Business did speak to Nokia.
And they told us directly this rumor is baseless so Nokia shooting down the rumors that Microsoft -- interest in the company.
I as you mentioned the stock price really all over the board today as stocks I know are taking a big hit.
And we're certainly talking about that you as well at the all things digital conference that really the focus -- on the big picture.
And lots of news happening want to let you know just in about an hour Charles another thing we're looking for -- -- a Microsoft executive.
Is going to be taking the stage here and we expect that Microsoft may be throwing its hat in the ring into that tablet operating systems space.
So I'll be back with details later on now not on this program but in the next hour Q inform me if that actually does -- that would be -- -- Well thanks a lot of money -- we will see you -- a bit on this program so.