TechBytes (10.20.11)

Flooding in Thailand is affecting the delivery of computers.
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In today's tech -- Thailand floods are affecting the computer industry. Many -- factories that produce hard drives have closed temporarily because of the severe flooding the southeast Asian country makes about a fourth of the world's hard drives. Western Digital and seagate are especially hard hit but computer makers like apple and Toshiba are also worried. A fourth wireless company will be offering the Apple iPhone soon and it's not T-Mobile cease fire is a regional carrier that until last month was known as cellular south. It has fewer than a million customers T-Mobile with fifty times as many subscribers isn't commenting but it's known that apple drives a hard bargain with carriers for the iPhone. More than a million people have sent apple -- tributes to co-founder Steve Jobs since his death the companies now put them on a special web page you can send. -- -- tribute to remembering Steve at apple dot com. And those all -- -- -- I'm rob Nelson.

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