TechBytes: Google, Java

Google takes on Microsoft and Apple with a touch screen computer.
0:53 | 02/22/13

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Candidates had -- Google challenges Microsoft -- apple the search giant is now offering touch screen versions of its -- -- laptop computer the chrome books including these new pixel models rely on cloud based software and storage rather than hard drives. Oracle is scrambling to plug the holes in its Java software after a recent series of cyber attacks. On major tech companies like apple FaceBook and Twitter security experts say hackers right now see -- as the easiest way to break into systems. For just nineteen bucks a month republic wireless customers get unlimited voice data and text on and enjoyed Smartphone but USA today's -- big warns there are tradeoffs. Republics offering only works -- the single handset in Motorola and said it's kind of a mid tier. Android phone that actually runs an older version of android. There's no contract which you do have to buy the phone does -- tech -- have a great day. I'm rob Nelson.

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