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Mini Miracast Wifi Display Dongle Receiver 1080P HDMI Wireless IPUSH AirPlay DLN

Mini Miracast Wifi Display Dongle Receiver 1080P HDMI Wireless IPUSH AirPlay DLNA UR
 
Overview:
 
This IPUSH wifi display dongle receiver applies to LCD/TV/Projector with HDMI interface sharing picture/video/music of Apple devices, Android smartphones,tablet PCs, notebook, etc.It supports dlna and AirPlay protocol. Enjoy your video on the big screen!
 
Feature:
 
1) Support LCD/TV/Projector with HDMI interface sharing picture/video/music of Apple devices(such as Iphone,Ipad,Ipod ..etc), Android 2.3 or 2.3 above smartphones /tablet PCs, Windows PC/laptop, blackberry phones, etc. 
 
2) Support DLNA and AirPlay protocols. 
 
3) Achieve the wireless interconnection between small screen handheld devices and large screen LCD/TV. 
 
4) Support WiFi direct / AP mode, switched wirelessly via iPush software. 
 
5) Can directly download and play the online videos on your large-screen TV by operating the 6) applications in the handheld smartphone or tablet PC. (The cellphone/tablet PC only plays the role of remote control and you can continue the operation of other functions) 
 
6) Built-in high-speed 150M 802.11n Wi-Fi module and high sensitivity, high-gain antenna. 
 
7) Support sharing 1080P HD and blu-ray online streaming, and local 720P multimedia content, and enjoy perfect picture quality. 
 
HD video multi-format supported. 
 
9) Exclusive Android based APK in Google Play for user-friendly experience. (Google Play: iPush) 
 
10) Low power consumption, low heat, and support charging via TV USB port or USB power adapter. 
 
11) Small-sized, lightweight, convenient for travel 
 
Specifications: 
 
1) OS: Linux 3.0.8 
 
2) CPU: ARM9, ATV6003 
 
3) Memory: DDR2, 128M 
 
4) Flash: 64M 
 
5) Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n 
 
6) HDMI: HDMI 1.3, HD video decoder (720p @ 60fps) 
 
7) DLNA: Digital Living Network Alliance (64M/128M DDR) 
 
Airplay: Support iOS multi-screen interactive (128M DDR) 
 
9) Audio Decoder: MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, AAC, FLAC, 3GP, etc. 
 
10) Video Decoder: AVI, MKV, MPG, VOB, MP4, MPEG, FLV, DAT, MOV(H.264)WMV, ASF, RM, RMVB, 3GP, local content up to 720P, online up to 720P 
 
11) Picture Format: JPG, BMP, PNG, JIF, etc. 
 
12) Power Source: 5V, 0.5A through Micro USB port 
 
13) Size: 73*28.6*12.3mm 
 
14) Weight: 20g 
 
 
 
Preparing steps: 
 
1) Plug iPush into TV HDMI interface, standard HDMI extending line is recommended for better iPush experience 
 
2) Turn on TV and switch to HDMI channel 
 
3) Charge iPush via USB charger with minimum 1A power supply 
 
 
 
 
User guide for android based product 
 
1) Download and install iPush APK 
 
2) Entering Google Play Store, user search “iPush”, then download and install it, or user can scan two-dimensional code on TV screen 
 
3) iPush network setting: After starting up iPush, start up iPush APK and connect to iPush ID 
 
4) Start sharing local multimedia content or online streaming 
 
5) Sharing local multimedia content via iPush APK 
 
6) Online streaming: Connect to WIFI router and share online streaming via iPush APK, Connect android phone / tablet to the same WIFI router 
 
7) Switch on the online streaming APK installed in android phone / tablet (Please make sure the APK support DLNA agreement) 
 
Play the video in android phone / tablet and press DLNA icon to push online streaming to TV 
 
9) Please choose the iPush ID and press it for sharing.
 
 
Included:
1 x Ipush Wifi Display Dongle
1 x Micro USB Charger Cable
1 x   User Manual
1 x   HDMI Extension Line
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10.1 inch HD LED Fully Motorized Roof-mount Monitor

10.1 inch HD LED Fully Motorized

Car headrest DVD

1)System: PAL/NTSC
2)Display Resolution:1280(W)*3(RGB)*800(H)
3)Built-in dual IR Transmitter
4)Built-in dual FM Transmitter(FM87.7-91.2MHZ)
5)Support 1280*800 Full HD video decode
6)Support MP4/MPG/RM/RMVB/AVI/MPEG/VOB/DIVX video format files
8)Display mode:16:9
9)Support 32GB TF Card
10)Built-in USB2.0 high-speed port
11)HDMI input and Two video input
12)Operating Voltage:DC12V/DC24V
13)Opening angle:115°
14)New design,the whole unit attached to the car roof perfectly
15)Open automatically after power on,Close automatically after power off

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Apple Releases OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan With Live Photos Support for Messages

Apple today released OS X 10.11.4 to the public, marking the launch of the third update to the El Capitan operating system that was first released on September 30. In testingsince January 11, OS X 10.11.4 comes two months after the release of OS X 10.11.3.

The OS X 10.11.4 update is available to all OS X El Capitan users and can be downloaded through the Software Update mechanism in the Mac App Store.

OS X 10.11.4 introduces Live Photos support in the Messages app, expanding the number of ways Live Photos can be viewed on a Mac. Prior to OS X 10.11.4, Live Photos could only be viewed through the Mac Photos app. Live Photos in Messages are denoted by the concentric circle icon that marks a Live Photo, and a click on a Live Photo will bring up a mini photo viewer that will play the photo animation.

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The update includes support for password protected Notes, a feature that is also available within iOS 9.3. With password protection, individual notes within the Notes app can be locked with a password that must be entered before content can be viewed. Also new is an option to import notes from other note-taking apps like Evernote.

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Aside from the minor new features in Notes an Messages, OS X 10.11.4 includes no other obvious outward-facing changes, instead focusing primarily on under-the-hood performance improvements and bug fixes to address issues that have surfaced since the launch of OS X 10.11.3. Here’s a full list of features and bug fixes included, according to the release notes:

– Adds the ability to passcode-protect notes containing personal data in Notes
– Adds the ability to sort notes alphabetically, by date created, or date modified in Notes
– Adds the ability to import Evernote files into Notes
– Adds support for sharing Live Photos between iOS and OS X via AirDrop and Messages
– Addresses an issue that may cause RAW images to open slowly in Photos
– Adds the ability for iBooks to store PDFs in iCloud, making them available across all your devices
– Fixes an issue that prevented loading Twitter t.co links in Safari
– Prevents JavaScript dialogs from blocking access to other webpages in Safari
– Fixes an issue that prevented the VIPs mailbox from working with Gmail accounts
– Fixes an issue that caused USB audio devices to disconnect
– Improves the compatibility and reliability of Apple USB-C Multipart Adapters

Almost all of Apple’s OS X El Capitan updates have been focused on improving performance rather than introducing new features and OS X 10.11.4 is no exception.

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Apple ‘privacy czars’ grapple with internal conflicts over user data

As Apple Inc(AAPL.O) feuds with the U.S. government over iPhone privacy protections, the tech giant is also grappling with internal conflicts over privacy that could pose challenges to its long-term product strategy.

Unlike Google(GOOGL.O), Amazon(AMZN.O) and Facebook(FB.O), Apple is loathe to use customer data to deliver targeted advertising or personalized recommendations. Indeed, any collection of Apple customer data requires sign-off from a committee of three “privacy czars” and a top executive, according to four former employees who worked on a variety of products that went through privacy vetting.

Approval is anything but automatic: products including the Siri voice-command feature and the recently scaled-back iAd advertising network were restricted over privacy concerns, these people said.

Many employees take pride in Apple’s stance, and CEO Tim Cook has called it a matter of principle.

“Customers expect Apple and other technology companies to do everything in our power to protect their personal information,” Cook wrote in a letter explaining the company’s opposition to a government demand that it help unlock the iPhone of one of the shooters in the December attacks in San Bernardino, California.

Such policies also have a business rationale: Apple’s apparent willingness to sacrifice some profit for the sake of privacy bolsters its image as a company that protects customers.

It’s an easier stand for Apple to take than, say, Facebook or Amazon – Apple’s chief business to date has been selling devices rather than advertising or e-commerce.

But now, amid stagnant iPhone sales, Apple executives have flagged services such as iCloud and Apple Music as prime sources for growth – which could test the company’s commitment to limiting the use of personal data.

Apple declined to comment for this story.

THE CZARS

Inside Apple, the trio of experts known among employees as the privacy czars are both admired and feared.

Jane Horvath, a lawyer who previously served as global privacy counsel at Google, is the group’s legal and policy wonk, often channeling the views of Apple’s board and citing regulatory requirements, said former employees who have worked with her.

She was hired to formalize privacy practices after the 2011 “locationgate” scandal, in which iPhones were found to be gathering information about users’ whereabouts.

Horvath works alongside Guy “Bud” Tribble, a member of the original Macintosh team who is venerated by employees as one of the few who “had been to the mountain with Moses,” as one former employee put it, referring to Tribble’s ties to the late Steve Jobs.

Tribble has broad responsibilities as vice president of software technology, but he devotes substantial time to privacy, often working with closely with engineers. The meetings can be tense, but Tribble’s skill and easy personality make him a popular figure, people who have worked with him said.

The third czar, a rising star named Erik Neuenschwander, scrutinizes engineers’ work to ensure they are following through on the agreements – even reviewing lines of code.

Following a popular philosophy in Silicon Valley known as “privacy by design,” product managers start collaborating early with the privacy engineering and legal teams, former Apple employees said. For complicated matters, the privacy taskforce steers the issue to a senior vice president, and particularly sensitive questions may rise to Cook.

Key principles include keeping customer data on their devices – rather than in the cloud, on Apple servers – and isolating various types of data so they cannot be united to form profiles of customers.

Such privacy guidelines can cut against engineers’ instincts to “collect all the data, because sometime down the road it may be useful,” said Albert Gidari, director of privacy at Stanford University’s Center for Internet and Society.

Debates over new uses of data at Apple typically take at least a month and have dragged on for more than a year, former employees said.

Most tech companies now have privacy review processes; Facebook, Google, Twitter and Snapchat entered into consent orders with the Federal Trade Commission that require them.

At Facebook and Google, the privacy teams also insert themselves early and often in product development, spokesmen for the companies said. A spokesperson for Amazon declined comment.

The consensus among privacy experts is that privacy enforcement is more stringent at Apple because of the company’s business model.

“Some of the data-intensive companies have very rich privacy practices,” said Deirdre Mulligan, an associate professor at UC Berkeley who studies privacy. But “there’s a lot more negotiating and disagreement than you might find in a company that is not trying to make their money off data.”

ADVERTISING WOES

The biggest casualty of Apple’s privacy stance may be iAd, a service launched in 2010 that aimed to deliver ads inside iPhone apps, with revenue to be split between Apple and app developers.

Although Apple was a late entrant, it had a tantalizing asset: iTunes, one of the industry’s richest troves of consumer data.

That database, however, was off limits. Whenever employees wanted to use iTunes data to sharpen targeting, they had to appeal to the privacy team, according to two former Apple employees who worked on iAd.

The iAd team fought hard to give advertisers greater visibility into who saw their ads, those employees said. Their hope was to create anonymous identifiers so advertisers could discern which users had seen their ads.

But despite about a dozen similar pitches, the most executives would allow was a count of how many users had seen an advertisement, according to the former employees.

“It was so watered down, it wasn’t even useful,” one of the former employees said.

As a result, iAd struggled to entice advertisers, who will pay a premium for detailed data on their customers. In January, Apple announced it would discontinue the iAd app network.

“We always heard from the iAd team that they would love to get more data to help them optimize campaigns for marketers, and that was sometimes difficult,” said Peter Hamilton, CEO of TUNE, a popular mobile marketing platform, which worked with marketers on iAd campaigns.

CULTURE CLASH

In other cases, Apple’s privacy stance forced tough workarounds.

Siri, a company Apple acquired in 2010, was the foundation for the voice-controlled digital assistant built into the iPhone the following year. But during the integration, privacy leaders insisted that voice data on what users say to Siri should be stored separately from personally identifiable information, according to a former Apple employee who attended some of the meetings.

“That was a major back-end surgery,” the former employee said.

During an update of the Spotlight search feature for the 2014 edition of Mac software, the privacy and engineering teams had to work closely to come up with a way to keep users’ search logs on Apple servers that would give engineers the data they wanted without raising privacy concerns.

“The obvious reaction I’d have as a data person is, ‘This is insane,'” said a former employee who worked on the project.

But the experience also underscored the extent of the company’s commitment to protect consumer data, the former employee said.

Apple must strike the right balance as it intensifies its push into services, said Bob O’Donnell, an analyst with TECHnalysis Research. In January, Apple’s earnings report showed $5.5 billion in services revenue for the most recent quarter, up 15 percent from the previous year.

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The Future of Twitter: Q&A with Jack Dorsey

Last year, amid a cratering stock price, slowing user growth, and a spate of executive departures, Twitter Inc.’s board decided to put co-founder Jack Dorsey in as chief executive.

Ten months later, all the same problems remain. But Dorsey has a clearer message about what he wants to change and how he wants to change it. As investors speculate about who will buy Twitter and when, Dorsey has allowed himself to think years down the road. In a wide-ranging interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, he hints at that future. Will Twitter, currently tasked with showing you what’s happening right now, be able to predict for you what’s going to happen next? Is it the killer app for augmented reality?

Dorsey says Twitter’s role in the world still centers around bringing people together to watch live events in the place where information comes the fastest. A decade after Twitter’s founding, he has faith in the crowd and its ability to bring forth a range of opinions—balancing Donald Trump’s inaccuracies, for instance—but he also talks about the importance of making Twitter a safer place to speak without fear of being attacked or harassed. What follows is a lightly edited transcript of the conversation.

Twitter has been around for exactly 10 years. And fairly or not, there has been an impression from the outside of decline. Do you feel you’ve arrested that? Do you feel the changes are having an impact?

Jack Dorsey: Well, it’s early, but I’m really confident in what’s ahead. I think over the 10 years, we’ve seen Twitter be so influential in the world, and we’ve seen so many dramatic-use cases of the service.

Our first wave of usage was really around the tech early adopters, as you’re aware. But our second wave was around journalists and writers. Over the 10 years, every wave thereafter was an entirely new-use case—a new way of people finding their voice. For people who were new to the service, it was just a very fast and easy way to figure out what’s happening around whatever their interest was.

The election year has always been good to us: 2008 was a massive, massive year for us, and this is a massive year for us. People can get into it immediately and see commentary that they care about. They make a connection with someone they didn’t know before or they weren’t expecting to meet.

We’ve seen an inhibition of usage because of safety concerns, for instance, and I think we’ve done an amazing job at building better tools for people and also changing policy over the years.

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There are some people who say, “Twitter absolutely needs to increase monthly active users,” others who say, “Twitter should be happy just being the size it is and figure out the content strategy.” What is your philosophy about how Twitter should grow?

I think as anything grows, you get in this mode of paying more attention to the folks you don’t have instead of the folks you do have. And we have a mindset of making sure that we’re building a stronger tool and a more powerful tool for the people we do have. And when you do that, when you have that focus, and when you’re really listening to your customers, it tends to grow.

In the past, when people heard about Twitter, they assumed that the way to use it was you had to tweet about something. I think more and more people are seeing it as, “I can just see what’s happening in the world. I can see what’s happening about any event.” And the faster we make it for people to realize that, we grow this amazing daily audience around any particular event around the globe.

Then our work is to connect them to people they want to follow long term, and then our work is to convince them that actually you should talk about it, you should share something. We are a conversational medium around these live events. That’s the easiest way to get in.

So we’re focused on strengthening that and simplifying that path.

How far out do you think about Twitter? Do you ever think about what it would look like 10 years from now?

There’s a whole discussion around virtual reality and augmented reality, and Twitter has been augmenting reality for 10 years. You watch any game, you watch any live event, you watch any political debate, Twitter makes it more interesting, funnier, entertaining. I think Periscope takes that a step further by actually pulling them together on one screen. So if you were to very humbly think of Twitter as a chat room—a global chat room—it’s been this room that people talk about the world and what’s happening in the world nonstop.

And you see the same thing with Periscope. You’ve got these chat rooms on top of a live video stream. And that’s created some really surprising interactions. I don’t know if you saw the puddle live on Periscope. Did you see it?

Yeah. That was huge.

We had this guy who pointed his camera outside his window in England. It was a puddle, and the puddle was about this deep, and it got 10 folks, and 100 viewers, and then 1,000 viewers, and up to 20,000 viewers simultaneously, with a grand total of, like, 650,000 live viewers of this puddle. And it wasn’t that we were watching a puddle. It was that we were watching a puddle together. Like, “Isn’t this crazy? We’re actually watching this puddle.”

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Were you watching the puddle?

I was watching the puddle. It wasn’t even the people in the puddle or what they were doing. It was the fact that I was watching with other people, and I was connected to the audience, and I could actually talk with them, and I could say, “Isn’t this ridiculous? We’re watching a puddle.” And then: “Oh, is that woman going to walk around it? Is she going to get wet? Like, what’s going to happen?” And it was just so cool to see how this little tiny thing became an event. But that’s been our history for 10 years. It’s a lot of the same idea.

So in the future, I think we can continue to augment reality in a very interesting way, in that it provides a conversation around anything that’s happening in the world.

But I think our No. 1 value that we bring to any live event is speed and the quickness of our delivery of information and insight and entertainment. We can even get predictive about what’s going to happen. Like, you open up your weather app on your phone, and you see the present, you see what’s happening now right outside. What’s interesting about weather apps is they also show you a little bit of a glimpse into the future. It may or may not happen, but they show you what to prepare for your day.

Twitter can be distilled down to that simplicity of, “Here’s what’s going to happen in the world. Here’s what’s happening right now. Here’s what’s going to happen in the world.” And the more we can identify those unique voices in real time and connect people, the more potential we have to show something really interesting that will unfold.

How important is it to capture and to keep influencers and celebrities, who seem to be migrating to these more visual platforms, such as Instagram and Snapchat?

I think independent of the visual medium, text always has a place in the world. I don’t think that’s ever going away. As we talk about these shifts toward visual, I think it is important to remember that the written word is always going to be something that’s important and useful.

We certainly benefit a lot from our creators and influencers and what they bring to us, but what’s really interesting is just finding those new voices, as well, and emerging that new talent. And we’ve seen that happen again and again, certainly on Twitter, a lot of it where the journalists and comedians and sports commentators and whatnot who are finding and amplifying their voice on Twitter.

But also, we saw it with Vine, and we’re seeing it with Periscope, as well, emergent new talent that is a really interesting mix to the “premium,” or “celebrity,” or “head content” that I think people focus a lot of their energy on. But the audience right now is looking for new—new, new, new, new, new—and looking for differentiated and unique voices. And we often see that they start on Twitter.
You guys have this one-word descriptor now for what Twitter is and can be, and that is “live.” How did you come up with that?

Looking back over the 10 years, the first real moment of feeling that this is a live medium was when we had an earthquake in San Francisco. I was at the office on a Saturday. My phone buzzed right next to me, and then I actually felt the earthquake. So the technology was actually faster than the earth in that case.

My phone buzzed, and it said “earthquake.” And then it kept buzzing. What was interesting about that is I was feeling something physically, but I wasn’t alone. Right? And it was happening live.

Twitter has this amazing ability to make the world feel a whole lot smaller, even though you’re not physically next to someone, and you’re actually experiencing the same thing, even though you’re not aligned. It feels like true, true connection.

I think we’ve described ourselves in the past as “public” and “real time” and “conversational.” And live is just a better, friendlier way of saying “real time,” because it’s been consistent.

eople love live media. The downside of that has always been that it can be a little bit frightening, because when things go wrong, there’s less of a safety net there. And when nothing’s happening. …

That’s the amazing thing. Just watch the patterns over the 10 years. We excel when something is happening in the world. Like, you know, Michael Jackson just died, or there was an attack, or there’s a debate.

But when there’s a lull, the Internet creates something. So what color is this dress?And then that becomes a live event. Even when there’s nothing happening of note, something is created. We’re not just a push-live broadcast mechanism; we’re a conversation.

“We’re not just a push-live broadcast mechanism; we’re a conversation”

And also making people feel that it’s a safe place where they can do that. You’ve talked about making it a safer environment. It seems like a hard challenge.

That’s the thing of making it feel a little bit smaller. So it’s not that you’re necessarily broadcasting to the whole world, but that you’re talking about a debate, you’re talking about an event that’s happening in front of you, talking about an event that’s happening in St. Louis, where you’re from, even though you’re in San Francisco.

It seems like part of your strategy for demystifying the firehose of tweets is human curation through Moments and some of the other initiatives. How do you think about editing the flow of tweets to make it easier to understand?

Twitter has always been about giving people a lot of control. You choose who you follow, and I think we’ve done a really good job at making sure that is, first and foremost, the experience you have. But at the same time, we’ve made people do a lot of work to find the right accounts to follow, and the right topics to follow, and how to source our timeline.

So Moments is a bet: Can we really unearth interestingness from domain experts within the field? Around sports, around debates, around celebrities, around particular events—pick the best of Twitter and put it in a chronological story. And then, can you source that into your timeline? The majority of our folks spend their time in the timeline. But when you exhaust that, going to Moments is a good way to see something new.

Has it met your expectations for engagement?

We think we can do better. The storytelling medium, and when people actually tweet out a moment, has been phenomenal and has exceeded our expectations. We think we can do better with the guide itself and that tab with the lightning bolt.

We want to make sure that any time someone goes there, they see something that captures their interest, captures their imagination, and they want to tap into it. We can certainly do a better job there.

So make it more personalized?

Yeah, yeah, yeah. Absolutely.

More live?

Yeah. When Moments really sings, it’s when there’s a live moment. I don’t know if you’ve ever seen one of these, but it has a little lightning bolt next to it. You follow it, and it actually pushes it into your timeline. And that’s been fantastic.

So we’re definitely investing a whole lot more into that. But that’s why that live aspect is such a good direction for the company—a focus on the things that really bring that sense of electricity, that liveness, in every part of the product, whether that be search, or the timeline, or conversations, or, you know, replies that almost feel like really, really live.

I’d like to ask about morale at Twitter right now. There’s obviously been a lot of turnover. What specifically are you doing to make sure that people find this a place they want to work and stay?

When I came back, I found a lot of heart, and a lot of purpose, and a lot of desire to win, so making sure we move all the barriers to continuing to enable more of that. And I think a lot of the barriers in the past have just been anything that slows us down from shipping something.

No. 1 is making sure we have collaboration among all our business units so we’re shipping in a cadence that makes sense and feels right for people. A lot of moving Adam Messinger—consolidating him into a new role, which is engineering product and design, so that they’re collaborating as one—has really been helpful. And you see it in the work over the past six to nine months.

The thing that makes anyone really happy about their work is just being able to say, “I shipped that, and my mom is using it.” That just feels amazing. Or “hundreds of millions of people are seeing my work.” That’s what emboldens people. The company’s always had a strong sense of self, of purpose, of pride, of heart and mission. And I think what’s gotten in the way of that in the past is the ability to ship clearly against stable priorities.

We’re not going to keep changing everything. When you have a stable ground to walk on, you understand how you’re moving, and how you’re growing, and how you’re building off it.

Now, after the beginning of the year and setting the tone on earnings, it feels as if every week is building, building, building, building, building. And that feels great. That feels great to our engineers. It feels great to our designers. It feels great that we have clarity around where we’re going and what we look like at the end of the year and how to build off that.

“It feels great that we have clarity around where we’re going and what we look like at the end of the year and how to build off that”

But you’re still making big changes. You’re thinking about how to shift your board, and you said recruiting is a huge priority. How do you think the leadership team could be improved?

We’re going to make a lot of additions of people who add perspective and add strength. And I think the board is certainly an area, that leadership is certainly an area. So we’re going to continue to add great people who love this platform and love what we stand for in the world. We have no short supply of people wanting to come and work here and help us.

You’ve been running two public companies at the same time for a bunch of months. Do you feel at all worn down by it at all? What do you do to keep your mind clear?

I feel energized by it, and I feel energized by a really consistent structure. Just yesterday, we spent four to five hours as one leadership team at both companies to start the week off, and then we have 30-minute check-ins twice a week to figure out where we are and how things are going. Then I just trust people to do the right thing. The balance of my time is spent recruiting and sitting down with the product teams.

I feel we’re in a mode where we can be a whole lot more proactive and really see what’s going on. Then that structure, that consistent structure, allows me to really focus on where I think I add the most meaning and value, lots of conversations.

To clear my head, I wake up super-early. I exercise, and have been fascinated by the Golden State Warriors. And I learn a lot from them and their team dynamic.

I think what’s really important to me right now in my own leadership is understanding how to build a great team dynamic instead of just hiring a bunch of individuals and heroes. Like, how do we actually build something—a team, and folks who add to the team? And creating a team like the Warriors, that it’s not entirely dependent on one person, but this bench that they have.

It also helps to have Steph Curry.

It does.

Are you Steph?

No, I am not. That might be Adam Bain.

We’re in the middle of this crazy election. Give me your review. Trump on Twitter. Hall of Fame?

I think he’s always kind of been Hall of Fame on Twitter. Yeah, I mean, it’s amazing that people use us as a microphone for the world and to connect with their constituency. I think we provide a very significant role in empowering dialogue around something that is truly important, for not just this country, but for the world.

People could make the argument that Trump is using it to propagate misinformation and hate. Does that bother you on some level?

Well, there’s a counter of all the people who are correcting and critiquing and commenting on what he’s saying, as well, so I think all of this is about balance. We have the world talking on this thing about the world. So we see every spectrum of idea and conversation. I find that for anything that’s said, there’s always a counterpoint, and there’s always something in the middle. And it’s always available to people.

I do want to know what you learned about Twitter’s role in the world when you went back to Missouri during the Black Lives Matter protests.

In person? It’s a feeling of electricity. You feel like you’re not alone, and I was so proud of everything that the company has built, because we were amplifying those voices, you know? It was just so cool to see how people were connecting in real time around this.
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Silicon Valley legend and former Intel CEO Andy Grove passes away at 79

Intel announced today that the company’s former CEO and Chairman Andrew S. Grove, who was born in Hungary as András István Gróf, died today at age 79.

Grove was one of the key figures of the information age, and he was famous for his hard-charging management style, summed up as “only the paranoid survive.” He was present as a founding employee of Intel alongside founders Robert Noyce, who died in 1990, and Gordon Moore, who still survives as Intel’s chairman emeritus. Not only did Grove play a key role in making Intel into the world’s biggest chip maker, he also set the pace for competing in what has become a $347 billion global industry.

Grove became Intel’s president in 1979 and he became CEO in 1987. He served as chairman of the board from 1997 to 2005. He wrote best-selling books, including High Output Management (1983) and Only the Paranoid Survive (1999) that encapsulated his Darwinian philosophy and helped set Silicon Valley on a treadmill of relentless self-improvement. He spoke out on an array of public issues that made him into a larger-than-life personality. To this day, thanks in no small part to Grove, Intel makes some of the most intricate, complicated, and lucrative products on earth — all from silicon, or what would otherwise be worthless sand.

“We are deeply saddened by the passing of former Intel Chairman and CEO Andy Grove,” said Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, in a statement. “Andy made the impossible happen, time and again, and inspired generations of technologists, entrepreneurs, and business leaders.”

Andy Grove, former CEO of Intel.

Above: Andy Grove, former CEO of Intel.

Image Credit: Intel

(See more reactions from Silicon Valley leaders).

Grove had a life that was made for the history books. As András Gróf growing up in Budapest, Hungary, Grove was born on September 2, 1936. He was nearly killed at age 4 when he contracted scarlet fever, and it gave him a life-long hearing disability. He was a pudgy kid, and was teased for being bad at soccer. He was awkward with girls.

He was a toddler when World War II started. When he was eight, the Nazis occupied Hungary and deported nearly 500,000 Jews to concentration camps. Grove and his peers had to wear yellow stars of David. His mother took on a false identity and was saved by friends. His father was taken to a labor camp. Many of his peers never survived the Holocaust. His father survived the labor camp, and he returned emaciated.

At a very young age, Grove said he wanted to be a journalist. Grove revealed this early history of his life in an interview with Time magazine, when he was named Man of the Year in 1997. He later wrote more about those memories inSwimming Across, the most personal of his memoirs, published in 2001. In that book, he disclosed that his mother was raped by Russian soldiers.

The Soviets occupied his native country. In 1956, the Hungarian Revolution broke out. The occupying Russians arrested Grove’s uncle, a journalist, and the newspaper began rejecting the young Grove’s articles.

” A career in journalism suddenly lost its appeal,” Grove wrote in Swimming Across.

The title of the book is a reference to a story that one of Grove’s physics teachers told. He said to parents that life was like a lake and that all of their children were trying to swim across. “Not all of them will swim across. But one of them, I’m sure, will. That one is Grof.”

Grove was 20 years old, and he decided to flee across the Iron Curtain to Austria. He said he had to crawl through the mud across the border. He made an elaborate trek across the country with another friend. A farmer guided them to the Austrian border, for a fee. He made his way to the United States in 1957, and he changed his name to Andrew S. Grove. He was had $20 in his pocket.

His luck was turning. Rescue groups and other immigrants took care of him. He met his future wife, Eva Kastan, at a summer resort and married her in 1958. He studied chemical engineering at the City College of New York, a school that he later donated more than $26 million to after he retired. He got his doctorate at the University of California at Berkeley in 1963, and that placed him in one of the key places of the world at the dawn of electronics.

In 1963, Gordon Moore hired Grove as a researcher at Fairchild Semiconductor, which he and Noyce had started after they left (along with the rest of the Traitorous Eight) Shockley Semiconductor. At Fairchild, Grove rose to assistant head of research and development under Moore. When Noyce and Moore left Fairchild to found Intel in 1968, Grove was their first hire. Noyce was a natural leader and a great technologist, but he wasn’t a taskmaster. Grove was hired to keep order.

He instituted disciplined, military-style behavior, such as a “late list” for anyone arriving after the designated start time. But he ran the company in an egalitarian way, and he had a normal-size cubicle for his office. Such practices became normal in Silicon Valley, where it was often easy for employees to go down the street to get a new job.

Intel's original Pentium chip.

Above: Intel’s original Pentium chip.

Image Credit: Pauli Rautakorpl/ Flickr Creative Commons

Intel pioneered chips such as dynamic random access memory (DRAM), which is still used as main memory in personal computers and other devices today. But in the 1970s, the Japanese were “dumping” memory chips at below-cost prices in order to drive rivals out of the market. In a famous strategic retreat, Grove had a conversation with Moore. They asked each other what would happen if a new CEO came into Intel. The answer was obvious. They would exit the DRAM business. So Grove said he suggested the unthinkable, “Why don’t we do that ourselves?” Intel did so, and it focused on its fledgling microprocessor business. That turned out to be one of the best business decisions of all time.

Grove’s decisions inspired books such as Clayton Christensen’s The Innovator’s Dilemma, which pointed out how rare it was for a company to decide to shelve a product it pioneered and disrupt its own business. Grove sought to disrupt Intel’s business before someone else did it to Intel. He worried about discerning “signals from noise,” or looking for those special moments that were “strategic inflection points,” when something big changed and the trends were truly turning in another direction.

Under Grove’s leadership, Intel had a fractious history. He sparred with Advanced Micro Devices CEO Jerry Sanders over the rights to the x86 architecture, which became the basis for the microprocessors that were the brains of the personal computer. Intel beat out Motorola to become the supplier of processors for the IBM PC. During Grove’s leadership, Intel grew its annual revenues from $1.9 billion to more than $26 billion, but it was also accused of anti-competitive behavior.

That led to an eight-year feud with AMD over legal rights to the microprocessor. Grove called AMD’s copycat tactics “the Milli Vanilli of semiconductors” after the lip-syncing rock duo.When Grove’s successor, Craig Barrett, settled that lawsuit, it was like the end of Silicon Valley’s equivalent of the Cold War.

Under Grove, Intel pulled away from the competition, beating out dozens of companies that made microprocessors. In 1994, Intel launched its Pentium processor, which helped seal its dominance. But Grove had a blind spot, as became evident when a math professor found a flaw in the Pentium. He approached the onset of that problem as a scientist would, noting it was a very rare bug that an average spreadsheet user might encounter once in every 27,000 years. Since it had been pointed out, it was  something which could be avoided.

Andy Grove, former CEO of Intel

Above: Andy Grove, former CEO of Intel

Image Credit: Steve Jurvetson/Flickr Creative Commons

“In other words, if you know where a meteor will land, you can go there and get hit,” Grove complained about the Pentium’s detractors.

But Intel hadn’t realized that its powerful Intel Inside campaign had made everyday users aware that it had created the Pentium, and that Intel was ultimately responsible for a flaw in the device. The joke of the day: “What’s another name for the Intel Inside sticker they put on Pentium-based computers? A warning label.” After IBM said it would stop selling the chips, Intel had to recall the flawed Pentiums and replace them at a cost of up to $475 million. Grove apologized.

“In a sense, this is a moment in Intel’s history as we evolve into a consumer technology company, ” Grove said in an interview with me. “I wish the lesson was a little less painful for us and everyone else involved.”

I remember interviewing Grove about the Pentium bug while I was a reporter at the San Jose Mercury News. He was very intense, direct, and smart in the way that he answered questions. He had a legendary temper, sometimes taking off his hearing aid to indicate that a meeting was over. But he was perfectly fine with having employees yelling back at him. Grove called this “creative confrontation.” In 1984, Fortune named Grove one of the nation’s toughest bosses.

“I worry about products getting screwed up, and I worry about products getting introduced prematurely,” Grove wrote in Only the Paranoid Survive. “I worry about factories not performing well, and I worry about having too many factories. I worry about hiring the right people, and I worry about morale slacking off. And, of course, I worry about competitors.”

Grove had a huge impact on those around him. One of his admirers was Renee James, who I interviewed many years ago when she was the “technical assistant” for Grove. She helped him do his PowerPoint slides for his speeches, but grew into a role as an advisor and executive assistant. She told me that she heard Grove say so many wise things that she would write them down at night. She became a close confidant and was named chief of staff. She eventually rose to a role as president of Intel.

Grove was polite during our interactions over the years. He respected me as a journalist, but he was often probing for hard opinions from me. As a journalist, trained to be a neutral observer, I had a hard time with this. But he always made me think, and I always tried hard to come up with good questions when I met with him. But I’ll say this now. He was brilliant.

While at the San Jose Mercury News, I had this interchange with him:

Q What should companies do?
A What we are doing collectively is hiding from our world and theirs, the uninsured. Nobody challenged my information about the growth of the problem. Let’s assume for the moment I’m right. What’s the A.R.?

Q What?

A Oh my god. You’ve been covering Intel for how long and you don’t know what A.R. stands for?
Q What?

A Action required. An Intel acronym. The first action item goes to you guys. I reach 200 people. If you keep repeating it, and rub our world’s nose into it, you will have moved the ball forward. An increasing number of people will be terribly uncomfortable that we know what is happening and we talk around the issue as if it didn’t exist. That is how far I have gone.

As he had grandchildren, he softened. He came to view his role as a statesman of the industry. He created Intel Architecture Labs as he realized that his company — as one of the most profitable parts of the PC food chain — was unique in the industry in having the funds to invest in fundamental research. Intel took on a role as a technology leader, rather than just a component supplier, during Grove’s rein.

In a mea culpa, Grove wrote about the Pentium bug experience in Only the Paranoid Survive, which I consider to be one of the top 25 technology books of all time. Yet Intel never held Grove personally responsible for that problem. Under Grove, Intel saw a 4,500 percent increase in its market value, and it grew to more than 64,000 employees.

“Andy approached corporate strategy and leadership in ways that continue to influence prominent thinkers and companies around the world,” said Intel Chairman Andy Bryant, in a statement. “He combined the analytic approach of a scientist with an ability to engage others in honest and deep conversation, which sustained Intel’s success over a period that saw the rise of the personal computer, the Internet and Silicon Valley.”

Grove and his wife, Eva, were married for 58 years and had two daughters and eight grandchildren. In his later years, he suffered from Parkinson’s Disease. In his second career, he became a health and patient advocate. He argued that the state of healthcare was a “goddamn, horrible thing.”

Asked about whether his advocacy would be good for Intel, Grove said to me, “Am I self-serving? I’m self-serving on my behalf and your behalf and everybody’s behalf because I don’t want to live in a country that is at the end of this if we don’t act. If your next question is, ‘Why is this a good business for Intel?’ I have no idea. I don’t know if it is. The alternative will be bad. What I am trying to do is say, ‘Let’s stop arguing what we would like the weather to be the day after tomorrow.’ Let’s act on something that is pretty close to a fact and do something about it before it gets worse.”

As for his fame, Grove said to me in 2006, “A book of 500 pages written about me is kind of an awkward deal. I found it embarrassing to talk about and interesting to read. I agree with the perspective on most things. I disagree with some of them. I find myself arguing with pages here and there. I will not tell you what they are.”

Grove was active in philanthropy and public policy issues during his retirement. Diagnosed with prostate cancer, he authored a 1996 cover story in Fortune that explained his decision to undergo an unconventional, but ultimately successful radiation treatment.

I remember watching Grove debate George Gilder, an author and conservative philosopher, about the value of government. Grove pointed out that the U.S. space program was responsible for the advances in semiconductors in the 1950s and 1960s, making it possible to do the necessary research that eventually turned chips into a successful commercial industry.

During that debate, Grove mentioned that he didn’t think biotechnology would become bigger than electronics. Grove said, “I’ll be dead by then.”

Futurist Paul Saffo replied, “Not if biotechnology works.”

Andy Grove (left) and Gordon Moore.

Above: Andy Grove (left) and Gordon Moore in 2013.

Image Credit: Dean Takahashi

He contributed to Parkinson’s research and urged the medical community to more efficiently study the disease. Like Noyce before him, Grove constantly worried about the competitiveness of the U.S. in competition with rivals such as Japanese chip manufacturers. That threat was contained as Japan’s economy weakened, and Intel went on to become the standard bearer of the PC, alongside Microsoft. But Grove had an up-and-down relationship with Bill Gates, then-CEO of Microsoft.

Grove also urged America to be mindful of its competitiveness.

“Since the early days of Silicon Valley, the money invested in companies has increased dramatically, only to produce fewer jobs,” Grove wrote, back in 2010. “Simply put, the U.S. has become wildly inefficient at creating American tech jobs.”

He worried that if the scaling up of technologies such as batteries takes place overseas, the U.S. would lose not just jobs but its ability to participate at all.

Grove writers further, “Should we wait and not act on the basis of early indicators? I think that would be a tragic mistake because the only chance

The last time I saw Grove was in January 2013, when PBS premiered its documentary on the history of Silicon Valley. That event was like a reunion of all the “Fairchildren” and pioneers at Intel. Grove’s hands were shaking from Parkinson’s, and he was hard of hearing. I introduced myself, and I don’t know if Grove recognized me or not.

In his memoir, Swimming Across, Grove concluded, “I am still swimming.” The New York Times closed out its obituary of Grove with this funny quote.

“I’ve had a wonderful life,” he told Wired in a lengthy 2001 interview. “What people are going to write about me 10 years after I’m dead — who caresled display, led curtain, led mesh for stage outdoor led screen advertising led display indoor led displays transparent led screen led mesh
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