Americans expected to spend more than $9 billion on Cyber Monday

Shoppers could save more by picking up some items in store.
0:54 | 12/02/19

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In today's tech fights it's Cyber Monday. But Americans are expected to spend more than nine billion dollars today you might save more by picking up their online purchase at a store. Retailers like the Children's Place and Wal-Mart offer incentives for shoppers. Pick up in a store. The personal data of millions of Americans has apparently been exposed in a security lapse database jolly millions of private ask him pass text messages left open an unsecured. It contain access information to online medical services along with passwords to web sites. Authorities in Australia have a new weapon in the fight it gets distracted driving. Cameras along roads can now detect if a person is using their cell phones behind the wheel dory a three month trial 100000. Drivers were detected using their phones the equivalent of more than 34 million dollars in fines got to stay safe and pay attention. Those are tech bytes.

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