TechBytes: Starbucks, Dell

Google is working on an app that will automatically log in to Starbucks' WiFi.
3:00 | 02/21/14

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In today's tech -- it may soon be easier to log onto the Internet at your local Starbucks. Engadget reports that Google is working on a new app which would automatically connect customers to the free Wi-Fi hot -- when they -- to the coffee chain. Dell is hoping to be the first PC maker to incorporate wireless charging into its devices. The company has joined the alliance for wireless power which is working on technology that will allow users to charge -- mobile devices simply by placing them on top of their lap -- And Hungarian scientists used MRI's to prove something every dog -- already knows they really do understand us. When they played sound for the dogs of laughing crying and whining and compare the results to those of humans hearing the same sounds. Turns out they match maybe it's because -- then man's best friend for something like 30000 years. And those here tech -- I'm -- Gonzales.

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