TechBytes: Apple, T-Mobile

Apple is appealing a court ruling that it conspired with digital publishers to raise e-book prices.
0:52 | 07/11/13

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Today -- -- -- -- found guilty of conspiring to digital publishers to inflate e-book prices that judges ruled that the tech giant joined with digital publishers to force Amazon to raise their prices. Apple plans to appeal. T-Mobile has unveiled its new jumped program which allows customers to get a new phone twice a year new program starts on Sunday. And Google play unveils its own versions of android's most popular Smartphones the Samsung galaxy S four and the HTC one. They look just like the originals with some major differences USA today's Ed -- explains. The hardware is identical what's different is the software. Google is offering what's known as stock -- kind of a purer version of android without the manufacturers. Layering their own skins. -- -- for a layers on top of them. We will play phone will be sold unlocked starting at 600 bucks that was your tech -- I'm John Mueller.

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