TechBytes: Google, Consumer Electronic Show

FTC claims no antitrust violation in Google's gathering of information from search results.
0:52 | 01/04/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: Google, Consumer Electronic Show
In today's tech -- a big win -- Google -- after two year investigation the Federal Trade Commission has found no. Anti trust her anti competition violations and how Google highlighted search engine results 70% of all web searches in the US go through Google. He Consumer Electronics Show roles in Vegas next week and Toyota and -- both say they'll have new self driving car technology to unveil. Toyota has already posted a brief clip of -- -- sporting some of the features. Polaroid is launching a chain -- photo bars across the country. Customers will be able to edit photos stored on -- mobile devices and social networking sites and then print them why are asleep on to paper wood metal or bamboo. -- are wearable gadgets and are not too distant future a new report predicts apple will launch a line of voice activated apparel including watches clothing jewelry and glasses within the next ten years those -- insect bites. I'm rob Nelson.

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