TechBytes: Microsoft-Dell Partnership, Facebook

Software giant Microsoft will partner with Dell as the computer maker goes private.
0:55 | 01/23/13

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In today's tech bytes and Microsoft Dell partnership the software giant may provide the financing to help take the computer maker private. -- is one of the largest makers of computers that run on windows. And he still prefer taking notes by hand check out to be targets I notebook and let it -- what you write on paper appear on and I've had. The device uses a special pen and a sensor in the paper holder the Wall Street Journal's Katie Burrell says there's still certain flair to. Handwritten notes. A lot of people -- relying on personal handwritten notes will really liked its product because they can't. -- fat ass or they like to droppings or and -- -- notes that they go. BI notebook only works with the iPad and checking FaceBook may make you a social study finds that many people feel jealous -- -- their friends' FaceBook postings. Especially vacation photos and birthday wishes -- tech -- I'm rob Nelson.

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