TechBytes: Smartphones, BlackBerry

Smartphone makers will have a summit to discuss cutting down on theft.
0:52 | 06/06/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: Smartphones, BlackBerry
In today's tech bank Smartphone summit leaders from apple Motorola and Samsung will gather in New York next week to discuss a rise in Smart phone -- and cities. And ways to stop criminals from stealing the popular devices. Blackberry launches a new Q ten Smartphone this week the much awaited device is actually a hybrid that combined -- physical keyboard with a three point one inch touch screen. -- the remote -- we see the new gesture detection system works through walls so you can control appliances or electronics. From a different room it operates on the Wi-Fi network but unfortunately it's not available yet spend more hands free technology for you check out the new camera app can -- It lets you take hands free pictures with your iPhone or your iPad. He simply -- back raised their hands and then closing it into a fist to take a picture very young he got a picture. You can download it for free from nineteen App Store. And those -- tech -- I'm Diana Brett.

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