TechBytes: Dell, Facebook Breaks

Dell goes private as the buyout of public stock is completed.
3:00 | 02/06/13

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In today's tech -- and Dell goes private the 24 billion dollar buyout was led by founder Michael Dell. It's an attempt to remake the company as its share of the personal computer market falls and that market shrinks. Microsoft's new surface pro tablet has more capacity than the surface. RT introduced just few months ago it runs the full version of windows eight for example. ABC news technology editor Joanna stern says the device is a cross between the tablet and a laptop. You can use it probably tablet like things you like to do watching movies -- music. Looking at those apps in the App Store but there -- -- that professional part to that because you can use all the old word programs. But Joanna says it's not the best tablet for the best laptop available. And a new study finds that three out of five faced with users admit to taking extended breaks from the social network. The main reason cited our lack of time and Mike of interest and those -- your tech -- and -- perhaps.

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