TechBytes (11.01.11)

Barnes and Noble may introduce a tablet or new Nook.
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In today's tech -- another new tablet for the holidays. Next week Barnes & Noble is expected to introduce an updated version of the -- color. Or it could be a tablet under a completely new name either way that would be Amazon's fire tablet by -- week. The new -- birthday party playtime lets kids create their own birthday parties. From the theme to the cake sitting gifts and even has then wash the dishes when they're done. It's from parenting and parenting dot com's Rachel -- Patterson thinks it's ideally suited for children as young as two years old. The thing that's really great about iPad and iPhone apps is that it's so intuitive for children to interact with these things. They know what to do right away they know exactly how to do it -- because there's no right or wrong. They can't screw -- on the games -- and there's no losing. Birthday party playtime is available for two dollars from the iTunes store as your tech -- I'm Cecilia Vega.

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