TechBytes: Samsung Galaxy, Textbooks

Samsung lifts a ban on sales of the Galaxy Note 10.1.
3:00 | 10/03/12

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Transcript for TechBytes: Samsung Galaxy, Textbooks
And today's tech -- Samsung winds around a US judge lifted a temporary ban on sales of the Galaxy Tab ten point one tablet. In the US -- is still seeking a permanent ban but this will allow Samsung to sell the ten point one for the holidays. Meanwhile Samsung is still the leader in the US Smartphone market but apple. Is quickly catching up Samsung's market share and August stayed flat while apple posted some big gains Blackberry and windows are continuing though to lose ground. In a few years he printed textbook may -- -- outdated as flash cards education secretary Arnie Duncan says the US should move away from the hard copy text. As soon as possible he says it's necessary -- US wants to keep up with other countries. And high tech gloves mean you won't have to go bare hands -- use a Smartphone outdoors as winner of the left glove has a speaker and a microphone built in. Both -- have a special material that works with a touch screen those -- tech -- I'm rob Nelson.

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