TechBytes: Google, Angry Birds

Two years after purchasing Motorola, Google sells the electronics company for $3 billion.
3:00 | 01/30/14

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Transcript for TechBytes: Google, Angry Birds
In today's tech -- Google -- the tech industry again. In a surprise move its selling Motorola for three billion dollars two years after buying it for more than twelve billion. That movie sure to shake up the competitive Smartphone market. Mainly birds is under attack hackers broke into the site and renamed the characters spying birds. This appears to be a reaction to the recent claims that US and British governments have been monitoring the gaming site to collect data about its users. The big game is creating big time savings for new TV's. Retail stores like best buy and Wal-Mart are holding large screen sales up to 30% off leading up to Super Bowl Sunday. And it appears Seahawks fans are clumsy urban Broncos fans with their gadgets. According to a new study 25% of Seahawks fans recently had accidents and their Smartphones compared to 16% for bronco fans. Those are your tech -- I'm Ryan Smith.

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