TechBytes: Personal Data, Google Glass

Edward Snowden says that the NSA uses Angry Birds and other apps to get personal data.
3:00 | 01/28/14

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In today's tech -- Angry Birds and the NSA and documents leaked by -- -- -- say Angry Birds another popular apps can -- intelligence agencies huge amounts of personal data. That data could include someone's location age sex and other personal information. Big changes for Google -- the Internet connected eyewear -- be offered by the nation's biggest optical health insurer DSP. It will also come with prescription lenses and detachable sunglasses. Aloft hotels is planning to start issuing virtual keys at their locations in Manhattan and Silicon Valley the new technology will allow -- to open their hotel room doors despite tapping or twisting their Smartphone. And E. A. SPORTS is out with its official -- Super Bowl prediction it shows the Broncos -- the Seahawks on Sunday thanks to an overtime field goal the prediction has been correct eight of the last ten years this year -- by its I'm Marcy Gonzales.

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