TechBytes: Bitcoins, Chromebooks

The Federal Election Commission will decide if campaigns can accept Bitcoin donations.
1:03 | 04/23/14

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In today's tech -- funding elections digitally the federal elections commission today considers whether to allow campaigns. To accept bitcoin donations bitcoin is controversial digital currency not regulated by any country. The latest chrome books feature larger screens and faster processors and are still all under 400 dollars. Some people scoff at a computer without a big hard drive is a joke but the Wall Street Journal's Joanna stern says the Internet based laptops deserved to be taken seriously. The multitasking features are better -- offline support is better. And then the laptops are actually better -- now Samsung's -- book to it actually really good laptop. Crumbled to hit store shelves next week and it was nine years ago today the first YouTube video was uploaded my co-founder Jim -- -- -- It also featured him at the San Diego Zoo it's -- 192 video it has more than fourteen million views those your tech -- on John Mueller.

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