TechBytes: Twitter, Tablets in the Cockpit

Twitter tests new profile page that looks an awful lot like Facebook.
3:00 | 02/12/14

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In today's tech bytes Twitter test a new look for profiles that may -- sort of familiar it looks an awful lot like FaceBook and other social media sites. However Twitter is known for testing two versions at once and may never use this one Twitter is not commenting. The iPad has a locked its monopoly in the cockpit. The FAA has approved Microsoft's surface tablet to for pilots use tablets are replacing huge paper manuals pilots have -- for decades. You -- -- phone could one -- be manufactured by eight Google robot. Google has had an ongoing interest in robotics showing off these machines last year -- -- -- reportedly teaming up with the factory behind several apple mobile devices it could mean robots will take over these assembly line. And if you forgot Valentine's -- over the mobile Afghan hills cabs will -- -- sky writer for Il as long -- -- -- LA's San Diego down Western New York but it's not cheap. 500 box that's your tech -- I'm Marcy Gonzales.

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