TechBytes: Facebook, World Cup

Facebook will makes upgrades for the iPad and iPhone apps with sidebars of trending content.
0:53 | 06/17/14

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In today's tech -- FaceBook is making it easier to keep track of what people are talking about be upgraded iPad app. Has added a side bar section that features the most popular games and videos the Facebook's paper app has a new -- in section. The federal government may soon oversee navigation apps the Obama administration is pushing for new rules that would allow -- to set restrictions on apps like Google Maps if they deem them dangerous. -- -- your Twitter feed been flooded with talk of the world cop well if you're not a soccer fan you may want to check out a new Google Chrome extension. Called halftime that allows users to hide all soccer related tweets. And Domino's Pizza is launching the first ever phone apple lets customers order rice speaking. And the app goes online you order by talking to a male voice called dom. It's -- latest move to stay among the food industries tech leaders. Does your tech bytes on Devin Dwyer.

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