TechBytes 12.31.12: Lithium Battery Concerns; In-Flight WiFi

New federal regulations raise concerns for product widely used in smartphones, laptops.
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Transcript for TechBytes 12.31.12: Lithium Battery Concerns; In-Flight WiFi
In today's tech -- worries about lithium batteries new regulations kick in next year -- shipments of the batteries that are used in mobile phones laptops electric cars and more. But some -- the new rules don't go far enough after several accidents involving air cargo. But the federal government is making it easier for companies to get approval to offer inflight Internet service but there's still no word on. When passengers will be allowed to use electronic devices during takeoffs and landings. Not a Big Apple is blaming the tech apple for its rise in crime the increase in steps of apple devices in New York this past year. More than covers the increase in major crimes iphones and ipads favorite targets for robbers. And Zynga is sending pet bill to the pound and is one of eleven games at the company's shutting down to cut costs. Players who have poured countless hours and dollars into this game are upset those you tick bites I'm John Mueller.

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