TechBytes: Kill Switch, PBS Kids

California passes bill for lost or stolen cell phones to have a kill switch.
1:00 | 05/09/14

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Transcript for TechBytes: Kill Switch, PBS Kids
In today's tech -- the California senate has approved a so called kill switch bill the legislation would require anti theft technology on all -- Smartphones allowing owners to remotely disabled and was lost or stolen. And Google -- get some new features the popular navigation app now lets drivers know which lane to be in so that they never missed their next turn. And frequently used routes can now be easily saved for offline viewing. And PBS kids has launched a new app for parents the supervision app lets parents monitor their kids' activities online lets parents shut down -- Internet access. After a set period of time. The app works in conjunction with the PBS kids web site. And imagine creating your own cosmetics at home. -- -- 3-D printer takes any color found online easily turned it into an eye shadow or blushed. The device will retail for 300 dollars when it hits the stores though -- -- -- I'm Diana Perez have a great Friday and a wonderful weekend.

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