TechBytes: Amazon, Facebook

Amazon is being cited by the FTC for allowing children to make purchases without parental consent.
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In today's tech -- Amazon is under fire from the FTC. The online retailer is being accused of allowing kids to rack up millions of dollars worth of in app purchases without their parents' consent. The government is seeking a refund for customers. 2014 is shaping up to be the year of the tablet sales of oversize Smartphones are on the rise. By contract shipments of tablets especially those with seven and screens. Are declining. -- -- -- up FaceBook for 99 days researchers in the Netherlands are encouraging people to do just that an effort to see if the unplugged life is a happier life. Participants will be asked to periodically fill out surveys to gauge their mood. And Martha Stewart is apparently a big fan of drones this week the domestic -- posted a blog featuring over thirty aerial photos from her farm which he says we're taking with her new. DJI. Phantom flying camera. Those your tech -- I'm Ryan Smith.

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