TechBytes: Twitter Alerts, Samsung

Twitter Alerts will keep users informed during times of crisis.
0:55 | 09/26/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: Twitter Alerts, Samsung
In today's tech -- Twitter launches a new program to keep people informed during moments of crisis. Users who sign up for Twitter alerts can choose to receive critical alerts from participating agencies including FEMA and the Red Cross. And Samsung is about to unveil a new Smartphone with a curved screen the company announced on Wednesday that -- -- show off the device at an event next month. Samsung has recently introduced curved screens and its new line of ultra high definition television. And is it really possible to keep your kids safe on the Internet. New research from PC pro magazine shows that most of the popular parental control services failed to block all explicit adult or inappropriate contents. And it's hard to believe but a new survey by the pew Internet and American life project found that. 15% of American adults say they don't use the Internet or email at all. And now on it's hard to believe a 60% is pretty high lizard tech fights -- -- breast have a great day.

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