TechBytes: Instagram, Samsung

Instagram clears up its photo usage policy.
0:56 | 12/19/12

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Transcript for TechBytes: Instagram, Samsung
In today's tech bites instant Graham gets the message its new terms of service -- to say it could use your photos and ads without asking permission or payment. That outraged users yesterday many even cancel their accounts now -- to Graham says that's not what it meant. Samsung will finish the year as the world's top cell phone brands Nokia has how the crown for the past fourteen years but was hurt by its support for the slower selling windows phones. Apple is right behind in third. And the popular free productivity apps Evernote has a new look the Wall Street Journal's Katie were read says ever notes five's. New interface is -- here and less Kiki. Evernote before -- was reliable and good and people lights it's but they didn't necessarily enjoy using it. And Everett five this really -- stacked up and design. It's available now for all apple devices versions for other operating systems are coming soon those -- check might have a great Wednesday I'm sunny Hostin.

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