TechBytes (01.25.12)

iPhone, iPad sales push Apple's earnings to $13 billion in 2011's last quarter.
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In today's -- -- sales of the iPhone and iPad and helped push Apple's earnings into record territory. The company -- just over thirteen billion dollars in the last quarter of 2011 revenue was up 73%. From a year ago. Google has announced a new privacy changes and users can not opt out. The new policies aimed squarely at apple and FaceBook which have been successful in keeping their users in their own ecosystem of products. Reading is getting more social -- new iPad app called the subtext allows readers to ask questions. Answer polls and communicate with friends from there ebooks a new version of the act. Launches today in the Wall Street Journal's -- direct got a sneak -- This is -- really interesting way -- going about. Subtext is available for free from the iTunes App Store and those -- insect bites from rob Nelson.

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