TechBytes: Facebook, Samsung TVs

Facebook apologizes for conducting a psychology experiment on its users.
0:58 | 07/03/14

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Transcript for TechBytes: Facebook, Samsung TVs
Good morning to you in today's tech -- an apology from FaceBook the social network admits it did not handle it psychology tasks. -- its users well it came to light last weekend FaceBook secretly manipulated post to see how that impacted users feelings. But -- -- he won a plasma TV Samsung will stop production later this year. Panasonic -- already stopped LG is expected to follow suit buyers are more interested in less expensive LCDs. Americans have spent a staggering six billion dollars replacing broken Smartphone since 2007. It seems to be real problem for all of us so what can you do. Later this morning Good Morning America investigates the best way to protect your Smartphone. And they're looking for someone to -- a good -- copy at apple headquarters and keep the -- maker of machines running. Sounds like a Starbucks for -- step but -- apple calling the position I -- technician. And those are your tech bytes and rated nine and.

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