TechBytes: Windows XP, Walmart

On April 8 Microsoft will no longer support Windows XP, the software that runs ATMs.
3:00 | 03/19/14

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In today's tech -- the reason to check your bank accounts starting April 8 that's the day Microsoft stop supporting windows XP the operating system that runs 95% of ATMs. The company wants users to switch to a new work more secure version instead. Wal-Mart is expanding its video game trade in program instead of exchanging an old game for a new game you can get store credit toward the purchase of any other item. Google releases its highly anticipated android where the new platform will be used to power Smart watches and other wearable devices. Motorola LG and fossil are all expected to unveil Smart watches equipped with android where in the coming months. And new world record has been set for solving a group makes Cuba a Lego robot named -- stormed three completed the puzzle. In just more than three seconds at a Big Bang fair in Birmingham England. And those -- tech -- I'm -- Gonzales.

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