TechBytes: NSA, Google Keyboard

The NSA is using Internet providers to get information on users, the Washington Post reports.
0:51 | 06/07/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: NSA, Google Keyboard
In today's tech -- there's word of another -- of government surveillance program. The Washington Post reporting that the NSA is tapping directly into the servers of nine major Internet companies five of those companies are denying that. For the first time ever cellphone usage in the US is at 91%. Solidifying its position. As -- as quickly adopted consumer technology in the history in the world. And there's good news for owners of Samsung and HTT Smartphones the popular Google keyboard. We'll now be available for download on all android device is right for the Google play store until now has only been available to nexus customers. And you may soon be able to unlock your mobile device just by making a funny face. Google has filed a patent that would allow users to control other phones and their tablets just by winking. -- and sticking out there times that seems kind of easing and those cleared tech sites have a wonderful weekend everyone I'm Diana perhaps.

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