TechBytes: T-Mobile, Virtual Keyboards

T-Mobile expands prepaid service to 15 more cities.
0:52 | 07/26/13

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In today's tech by sixteen mobile expand its -- -- as prepaid phone service to fifteen additional cities including Washington Houston and Seattle. And starting today customers will have to new prepaid phones to choose from the Nokia Lumia five to anyone. And LG -- at three and take a look at the world's first truly virtual keyboard index type works with a -- motion controller. Allowing users to type -- simply making gestures an air. The software can be downloaded for free from the chrome web store -- motion controller retails for eighty bucks. A popular video game is heading for the big screen Iraq reports that Sony has plans to term PlayStation the grand juries -- into a feature film. And it just got easier to buy a drink firm friend -- a stranger. The new app bar high lets you send beverages to anyone logged into the service this is only currently available in New York LA Miami Atlanta and Austin -- tech -- I'm Diana press have a great weekend.

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