TechBytes (01.14.13)

Apple is reportedly cutting orders for the iPhone 5 on weaker demand.
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In today's tech -- the competition is taking a bite out of apple. The company reportedly is cutting its orders for parts for the iPhone 5 because of weak demand for the Smartphone. IPhone 5 sales are slowing while Samsung share of the market is increasing. There's now fix for the security -- and -- that prompted a warning from Homeland Security more than 815 million personal computers use Java both windows and Macintosh. And some security experts say in this patch isn't enough. Among the hot -- -- the just concluded Consumer Electronics Show was gadgets that nag you about fitness from a -- that tells you to eat more slowly to. Heart rate monitors you Wear. And here's another problem for apple teens say it's no longer cool. That's because adults like apple products but -- also want the latest and greatest not a -- but first came out when they were an elementary school. Those -- tech -- have a merry Monday on sunny Hostin.

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