TechBytes (03.14.12)

Walmart will begin letting shoppers watch movies off of its website.
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In today's tech -- putting your movie library in a cloud starting next month Wal-Mart will -- dvds from five major studios that you are forty -- in store them on its servers. Seat and watch them on mobile devices the costs will be a few dollars. Even if you bought -- somewhere other than Wal-Mart. At a Brooklyn man's class action lawsuit says apple should be sorry about Siri the iphone's artificial intelligence isn't that Smart he says. He doesn't do with the ads promise or as quickly as the commercials and -- Well iPhoto is going mobile -- photo editing software has been retool for the iPad and iPhone the Wall Street Journal's Katie -- says the new app makes managing photos more fun. Catching them spreading your fingers and zooming in -- all sorts of things right there. And your hands -- -- much more personal to me. I -- retails for five exposing your tech by Tim -- -- have a good day.

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