TechBytes: Poker, Outlook Webmail

Two of the largest online poker sites are folding because of accusations of money laundering.
0:55 | 08/01/12

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Transcript for TechBytes: Poker, Outlook Webmail
In today's tech -- major online poker sites -- their hands. Two of the world's largest poker companies are forfeiting hundreds of millions of dollars to settle federal charges up. Money laundering and fraud. Amazon is upgrading its cloud player music service to better compete with iTunes it now has deals with major record labels so users can store songs purchased from multiple sources and access them anywhere. And Microsoft is taking on Google's Gmail with its new outlook dot com web mail service it -- how messages are handled. An ABC's news tech editor Joanna stern says unlike Google outlook dot com doesn't insert ads based on what's. In your email. There is advertising that makes it that -- allows it to be a free service but they aren't putting ads targeted at the actual text in an email. Outlook dot com also lets you check your messages on FaceBook and Twitter -- you check -- on sunny Hostin.

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