TechBytes: Smartphones and Obesity; iPhone 5 eBay Auction

Health officials say companies are marketing unhealthy junk food to kids through smartphone apps.
3:00 | 09/19/12

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Transcript for TechBytes: Smartphones and Obesity; iPhone 5 eBay Auction
In today's tech -- kids snack foods dial up sales -- childhood obesity increases food companies are using free Smartphone and tablet games to promote their sugary products to children. It's cheaper than Saturday morning TV commercials and has fewer government regulations. Twitter is now allowing a large picture on profile pages and is also wedding photos streams to its apps. The micro blogging service is also released a major overhaul for -- iPad app. IPad owners and others and apple mobile devices can start downloading the new operating system IOS 6 this morning. Even before the first iPhone five's delivered it works on most recent iphones ipads and iPod touches. And if you don't wanna wait in line turn iPhone 5 there's always eBay bidding for an unlocked phone that -- -- in Canada is above 111000. Dollars now. But it does come with free shipping American phones are running at 900 dollars and up those your tech -- I'm John Mueller.

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