TechBytes (12.02.11)

Smartphone carriers say spyware in phones was just to compile statistics.
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In today's tech -- the wireless industry says not me. A day after report about Smartphone spying on users carrier IQ says it's software just -- statistics not personal data. Several wireless carriers and equipment makers say the same thing. While others say they no longer use it at all. Western Digital and seagate have both resumed production of hard drives in Thailand after the devastating flooding there in October. However the supply may still be tight for awhile. And a fitness monitoring bracelet called up checks how active you are how well you sleep and even what you eat. USA today's at -- gives the apple compatible device and up. And down review. I like the idea behind it motivating us to kind of get offer Fannie -- out eat smarter get a good night's sleep exercise more. But -- was surprised a product made by company known for wireless devices is it wireless itself does your tech -- I'm sunny Hostin.

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