TechBytes: Apple vs. Samsung

The patent infringement lawsuit between Apple vs. Samsung is in the hands of the jury.
3:00 | 08/22/12

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-- today's tech -- apple vs Samsung is now in the hands of the jury Apple's lawsuit claims Samsung infringed its patents for mobile devices. -- 4800 vehicles that can talk to each other will soon be on the street and Ann Arbor, Michigan researchers hope cars talking to cars can cut down on auto accidents. By the FCC says too many people still don't have access to. Broadband Internet service nineteen million dollars most are in rural areas including almost half of West Virginia. Your iPhone can do more than you realize the Wall Street Journal's Katie -- says there are shortcuts for opening gaps in making web sites easier to read and you don't have to tap the screen to take a picture. You can hold down the volume up button to take pictures thoughts of people don't know that it but -- -- physical button. That access the shutter button for a camera. Other shortcuts are triggered by swiping your fingers across the screen those your tech bytes. I'm rob Nelson.

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