TechBytes: Apple, Driverless Car

Apple is looking to make less expensive iPhones to compete with Androids.
0:54 | 01/09/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: Apple, Driverless Car
In today's tech -- apple feels the heat. The Wall Street Journal says the company is reportedly working on a cheaper iPhone with -- plastic shell rather than an aluminum one less expensive android phones are gaining market share. And the news from the Consumer Electronics Show isn't just about entertainment. Audi is showing off a car that not only parks itself they can then pick you up ABC news tech editor Joanna stern says the really cool part. Is how it works with a Smart. Phone. Senior driver was car in it's own is really amazing but also -- -- -- press a button on the phone. Stephen cart start and an. Pretty is downright. But Audi says all this is still at least ten years off. Coming much sooner is a fork bitten -- the happy for not only keeps track of what you eat and how fast but we'll start to vibrate if you're eating too fast does your checked by -- wonderful Wednesday I'm sunny Hostin.

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