TechBytes: Verizon, Horizon App

Verizon wins a court battle arguing that the FCC doesn't have the right to monitor web traffic.
3:00 | 01/15/14

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Transcript for TechBytes: Verizon, Horizon App
In today's tech -- Verizon scores a victory in its court battle over net neutrality an appeals court has ruled that the FCC does not. And the right to prevent broadband providers from blocking or slowing down web traffic. Lenovo has launched its first business tablet the thinkpad eight features and eight inch high resolution display runs windows eight point one now as a starting price of 400 dollars. We'll deal of the -- shooting Smartphone videos -- portrait mode but hate how they look when the posted on the Internet. Well that's where the new horizon app comes in is automatically convert all of those videos to landscape mode the app is available for the iPhone and the iPad. Did you ever wondered -- places we -- a cat with the help of a free video game called collateral damage players take on the role of -- board feline who racks up points. -- -- just about everything in the house over it's like -- does you tech -- think a great day I'm John Mueller.

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