TechBytes (10.26.11)

The government is demanding information on Google users.
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If -- -- -- by two government demands on Google in the online search giant says it is getting more and more demands from federal and state agencies to turn over information about its users up 29% in the first half of this year. One of the least sexy household appliances is getting a make over the nest is intuitive thermostat that learns users' preferences and then automatically raises and lowers the temperature accordingly. The Wall Street Journal's can -- read says the -- also connects to your Wi-Fi. I didn't -- you can remotely controlled thermostats the using an -- -- apple -- using the web so for example I was at work. As a back to leave the office and diet pulled -- my iPhone app. And suggested the heat back at my house so -- would be warm but it's time I got there twenty minutes later. The iPhone connection is not surprising since the nest was developed by the man who led iPod and iPhone development and apple for nine years Tony for -- Those your tech -- I'm rob Nelson.

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