TechBytes: Facebook, Online Gaming

Facebook admits that many of their accounts are duplicates or fakes as the stock hits a new low.
3:00 | 08/03/12

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In today's tech -- more trouble for FaceBook the social network admits as many as 83 million of its accounts may be -- or duplicates that's almost 9%. And its stock hit a new low nearly half the initial offering price. Online multiplayer games are losing subscribers more than a million users dropped their World of Warcraft accounts last quarter. And much of Star Wars the Old Republic is going free the problems so many free alternatives on the Internet. An announcement on the next iPhone is looking more likely sharp says it's about to start shipping screens for the new phone to apple. Sources say the screens are about 30% bigger than the current size. And a study finds that about three fourths of cell phone users have problems with dropped squalls and still download speeds almost 90% of adults now have. Some type of cell phone those are -- tech -- I'm sunny Hostin.

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