TechBytes (01.18.12)

Several websites will go dark to protest proposed "anti-piracy" legislation.
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In today's tech -- your favorite web site may not be available today. Wikipedia's English language version is completely offline with a message blasting the antipiracy bills that are now before congress. Google is working but also take -- shot at what some are calling attempted censorship. Yeah apple co-founder Jerry Yang is leaving the struggling Internet company to surprise announcement coming just two weeks. After Yahoo! hired its fourth CEO and five years. And new light -- are taking the place of traditional incandescent -- The Wall Street Journal skating for -- says LED bulbs are durable energy efficient and amazingly long lasting. There's a joke going around that if you bought one of these balls in your child's baby brown he went after a place that tell your child went to college. At while using it for about eight hours a day it lasts for seventeen years they are much more expensive however than traditional -- -- -- your tech sites I'm Paula there yes.

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