TechBytes: Phone Spam, Apple Music Streaming

The Federal Trade Commission is suing hundreds of companies sending out "phone spam" texts.
0:53 | 03/08/13

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In today's tech finds the feds are fed up with phone -- the FTC is suing more than two dozen companies for bombarding phone users with hundreds of millions of text messages. That's -- promises gift cards and other rewards aren't really free or fish for personal information. The new design -- Facebook's news -- opening page has bigger photos videos and links -- not to mention more rats. The goal is to make the social network more valuable to -- advertisers without upsetting users. Apple's latest battle reportedly is with the record companies the New York Post says they're unhappy with how little apple wants to pay it royalties for its upcoming music streaming service. The labels say apple wants to pay less than half what other services do. And justice is competition for the apple iPad is proving to be -- -- had many sources tell did you times that apple expects to ship. Far more many this year than full sized tablet. And those -- tech -- have a great Friday and Diana her.

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