TechBytes (11.04.11)

Google is looking to jump into the cable television and telephone industries.
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In today's tech -- Google is considering jumping into the cable TV business. It's a move that is sure to shake things up the Google service would distribute stationed directly over high speed fiber optic lines. It might also include phone service making Google a direct competitor with big cable providers like Comcast. And Lenovo has come out with a new tablet geared towards -- -- professionals. The thinkpad tablet combines the latest android software with some of the most popular notebook features. USA today's Ed -- thinks it's a solid option -- -- -- professionals. Overall this is a very nice tablet again for mixing business and pleasure -- -- for everybody. But if you wanna take advantage of a pen one take advantage of a key portability -- accessories. This is a pretty nice way to go. And the thinkpad tablet starts at 500 dollars -- -- tech -- I'm Cecilia Vega.

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