TechBytes: Online Voting, iPad

Security concerns still remain over online voting.
3:00 | 11/06/12

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Transcript for TechBytes: Online Voting, iPad
And today's tech -- even in this digital age there are still major concerns about the security of online voting. Nearly all of this year's votes will be. Cast by traditional methods even in New Jersey where hurricane victims may vote using email or fax some states also give military personnel that option. Apple's share of the tablet computer market is now only half the iPad is facing more competition from android devices but apple still shipped. More -- -- in the third quarter than a year earlier and the new ipads may spark sales and they did this past weekend apple sold three million tablets. In the three days following the release of the iPad -- that's twice as many devices as when the iPad three was launched last march. And the photo sharing service mr. Graham is expanding to the net until now it's been limited to just absorbed Smartphones and don't tablets. Those -- tech -- have a great day go vote I'm rob Nelson.

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