TechBytes: Aereo, Android

A big defeat for streaming service Aereo as the Supreme Court says it violates copyright laws.
1:01 | 06/26/14

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In today's tech -- a big defeat for streaming TV service. -- takes broadcast signals and -- them to digital devices but now the Supreme Court says that violates copyright laws. ABC was one of the broadcasters that sued aerial. Google is previewing its next android operating system so far it's just known as android L and it features bright colors high contrast more animations. And of course improve performance. And Google also unveiled android auto. It allows users to turn their cars main console into a giant voice activated Smartphone screen the Wall Street Journal's Joanna stern says drivers can get turn by turn directions. Dictate emails and much more. Google services make a lot of sense in the car and with android auto they're bringing Google Maps Google now and other services right to the car dashboard. And it will integrate with the android phone you -- And -- auto will be available later this year those -- your tech bytes on two -- Bradley.

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