TechBytes: Mixbit, Facebook

YouTube's founders create "Mixbit," which allows mobile users to shoot, edit and upload videos.
0:51 | 08/09/13

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In today's tech -- the founders of YouTube launch a new video lab mix -- it allows users to shoot edit and publish videos. Right from a mobile device the finished product can run anywhere from one minute. It's one hour -- life. T-Mobile is having a major resurgence adding one point one million new subscribers in the past three months. This comes as the wireless carrier recently introduced a series of no contract plans and finally began offering the iPhone. FaceBook taking a page out of twitters playbook the social network has begun testing a new feature called trending topic. Which lets users see what their friends are saying about the most popular stories of the day. And the co-founder of PayPal -- launched a new fertility -- it's called the -- first it aims to help women. Figure out the best time to concede but if that doesn't happen it will help pay for fertility treatments -- first cost fifty dollars a month. Does your tech bytes like a great day job.

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