TechBytes: Cellphones, iWatch

The Obama administration wants users to be able to use any mobile carrier despite the type of phone.
0:55 | 03/05/13

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In today's tech finds the White House scoring points with cell phone users -- on the administration wants you to be able to choose the wireless carrier for your mobile device. Another government agency ruled that unlocking phones so they'll work on another network is illegal. A market analyst says personal computer sales fell almost 4% last year and will continue -- work. Consumers before the mobility of tablets even though desktops and laptops can do more. And it's confirmed Samsung will unveil its new top line Smartphone next week the galaxy asked for will be more of a software then then hardware upgrade. The big news here reportedly will automatically scroll based on -- your eyes are focused and watch for a new product later this year from apple the I watched. Reports say that the next new product an apple stores may let you make phone calls count how far you blocked. And monitor your heart rate call -- the same time and those deer tick -- I'm Diana --

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