TechBytes: iPhones, Facebook App

A Chinese newspaper reports that millions of defective iPhones have been returned to its factory.
0:51 | 04/23/13

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Today's tech -- the high price of Apple's quality control a Chinese newspaper reports that five to eight million iphones that problems had been returned to its factory this year alone. That adds up to a loss of one point two billion dollars. Is FaceBook called off to a slow start well its first week the new android app was downloaded 500000 times. Compare that's android's -- to -- map which is downloaded more than one million times in just 24 hours. 3-D is coming to Google -- starting next month users will be able to navigate the globe using simple hand gestures. And -- -- motion controller that the vice goes on sale may thirteenth for about eighty bucks. And it's easier to order delivery pizza if you own an Xbox -- gaming system teaming up with Pizza Hut to develop an -- It allows you to pick the toppings and size -- the controller to submit sure ordered him some pepperoni -- your tech -- I'm John Mueller.

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