TechBytes (02.23.12)

Smartphone users are three times as likely to be a victim of identity theft.
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In today's tech -- a sobering Smartphone statistic nearly twelve million Americans were victims of identity theft last year and Smartphone users were three times more likely to be victims than non users. Sony's much hyped PlayStation vita is finally -- store shelves. ABC news technology director Joanna stern gives the game high marks for providing a rich and portable gaming experience. Get control to get a touch screen experience in the screen itself is actually beautiful. But on top of that you get some really -- X games but also the other functionality that you might look for and a cell -- to get a web browser gets some apps. PlayStation -- start at 250 dollars. And during -- later this year you can receive a -- each day from Pope Benedict is available several languages the Vatican says many key gospel ideas translate easily -- just a 140 characters anyone can sign. And those -- -- attacked by -- I'm rob Nelson.

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