TechBytes (11.17.11)

Half of all smart phone sales in the third quarter ran Android software.
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In today's tech -- enjoyed sales are on the rise in half of all Smartphones sold worldwide in the third quarter were running Google's operating system that's up from just 25% a year ago. Android benefited from the delayed launch of the new iPhone and also there are more android phones now. The average online viewers now watching more than four and a half hours of video every month the Nielsen's service says that's twice as much as just three years ago. Was also much more programming available from services like YouTube Netflix and apple TV however only half the people in the US -- on line. And excited passes Salvation Army kettle -- don't have any change don't worry many of the bell ringers now take. Credit cards because the charity realizes fewer shoppers are carrying much cash these days. They'll be using Smartphones donated by Sprint Nextel and the square brand car reading device that plugs in the phones. -- tech -- I'm rob Nelson.

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