TechBytes: Samsung, Cell Phone-Free Restaurant

Samsung rolls out the new Galaxy 10.1 which will rival the iPad and sell for $500.
3:00 | 08/16/12

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Transcript for TechBytes: Samsung, Cell Phone-Free Restaurant
In today's tech -- Samsung rolls out its new galaxy note -- ten point one for the size of its displays meant to challenge the iPad and has the Samsung stylist known as the S and it goes on sale today starting at 500 dollars. Apple was working on a new way to break into TV the Wall Street Journal says apple is talking with major cable operators about using apple devices as. The set top boxes customers use to watch live TV and -- what was bracing for new competition from apple by updating its mapping system but only for android devices. The new maps improve public transportation information for almost 500 cities world -- and route details for more than a million transit stations. And a restaurant in LA is offering diners -- 5% discount if they leave their cell -- with staff when they sit down the owner says the -- to get people to connect with each other. And not to connect with their devices. Does you -- -- I'm John --

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