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TechBytes: Syria, Windows 8, Moms and Tech

Syria's Internet went offline, isolating the country from the rest of the world.
0:55 | 05/08/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: Syria, Windows 8, Moms and Tech
In today's tech bytes Internet blackout online connections between Syria and the outside world were cut off overnight. Severing Internet traffic between the war torn nation and the rest of the world. Microsoft's windows eight has reached a major milestone. Despite getting some mixed reviews -- the touch based operating system has been purchased on hundred million times since its launch six months ago HP is an updated app that can bring your photos to life -- -- lets users print images with augmented reality features. The images transform into video when the Smartphone or tablet are held over -- -- And finally is your mom's textile more like June -- when you're not allowed to. A new study by Trend Micro of tech savvy people say 80%. Of their moms can't use devices properly. 51%. Have to activate parental controls they're not as. And 8% get calls every day from mom with tech questions and other tech -- I'm Diana Perez.

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