TechBytes (12.23.11)

Google is paying to be the default search engine on Firefox.
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In today's tech sites Google really -- really want to remain the deep fault search engine in Firefox. The search giant is reportedly paying the company just under 300 million dollars for each of the next three years. Microsoft's bing search service also bid for the privilege. Amazon has sent out an update for its Kindle fire to fix the -- sluggish operation if you haven't received -- yet he can download it manually. And scientists at the University of Missouri are claiming a major breakthrough in dental health it's a -- -- -- cleans out cavities in just thirty seconds. But it's for -- not personal use at home. And once again our aerospace defense system will be watching for unidentified flying reindeer NORAD will start tracking Santa and his -- Christmas -- You can get updates by phone email web -- social media sites and this year for the first time Smartphone apps. Those -- tech -- I'm sunny Hostin.

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