TechBytes (02.22.12)

Comcast is taking on Netflix by launching its own video on demand service.
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In today's tech -- Comcast takes on Netflix the country's biggest cable TV operator. Is launching its own video on demand subscription service -- will be free to Comcast customers who subscribe to. Video Internet in TV service and five dollars to TV only customers. Netflix meanwhile has signed a multi year deal with the Weinstein Co. this will allow its customers to stream recent films like the artist before they appear on pay TV channels. Netflix has other exclusive deals for TV and film producers. Google reportedly is working on eyeglasses with a small screen in front of your -- a camera -- even a data connection. New York Times says that -- -- should be out by year's end. And if you want to keep that buzz going all day -- caffeine zone and calculates the amount in your bloodstream that we'll know whether it's time for another jolt of Java. The -- is available for the iPhone iPad and iPod Touch. Those are your check -- I'm rob Nelson.

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