TechBytes: Grand Theft Auto V, Apple

Grand Theft Auto V deals with online server issues that kept users from playing the popular game.
0:54 | 10/02/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: Grand Theft Auto V, Apple
In today's tech -- it was a frustrating day for many fans of Grand Theft Auto -- online version of the popular game launched yesterday and was plagued with server problems. The game's developer took to Twitter to assure fans that they were working on solving the problems. An apple has hired a longtime cable executive as an engineering director -- the -- is leading to new speculation that the tech giant is developing a cable box and TV set. And delta is looking to make their cockpits more high tech. The airline has announced plans to buy 111000 Microsoft surface to tablets which would replace the heavy flight books currently used by pilots. And -- you wondered what your dog is really thinking. The new web -- -- mission contains a series of tests to determine your canines intelligence as well as its personality type. For a 39 dollar fee -- voters will receive a full report on their pitches psyche. -- -- -- tech -- I'm Diana Perez have a wonderful day everyone.

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