TechBytes: Windows, Motorola

Microsoft Windows 8.1 will allow users to bypass the start screen.
0:52 | 05/31/13

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In today's tech -- some new details about Microsoft's upcoming windows eight point one the update will allow users to bypass -- much criticized start screen and boot directly to the desktop. It also bring back the iconic star but in -- -- the start menu was still MIA. Is apple planning to develop a more flexible touch screen the company has filed a patent for a new screen which would allow users to adjust their devices just by changing the amount of pressure they apply. Google wants to help people eat healthier. Users who search for the nutritional information of over 1000 fruits and vegetables we'll soon get the results instantly with -- having to click on any search results. And Motorola is about to make American history the company has announced that it will be the first manufacturer Smartphone in the US. The moto X will be made by about 2000 people at a plant in Fort Worth, Texas and those -- tick bites and I -- friends have a great weekend.

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