TechBytes: Smartphones, Best Buy

Legislators want smartphone manufacturers to install a "kill switch" for all functions to deter theft.
3:00 | 06/13/13

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In today's tech -- the battle against Smartphones that prosecutors are asking manufacturers to begin installing a so -- Kill switch they want to feature on phones by early next year -- would disable stolen faults. Microsoft teaming up with best by the tech giant will open 500 new retail locations in the US. Housed within current best buy stores it would allow shoppers to try out all of the company's products in one place. Apple unveiled a new MacBook Air earlier this week the device retains its sleek lightweight design while making some major internal upgrades. ABC tech energy wanna start to -- test drive. You're getting a faster experience is now has Intel's latest chips inside -- has -- the fourth generation of their new core chips. And that also provides longer battery life so keeps the machine going longer and acting faster. The new MacBook Air starts at 1000 dollars -- tech bites make it a great weekend I'm John Mueller.

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