TechBytes: Snapchat, Google

Snapchat apologizes to users for sending unwanted videos and messages.
3:00 | 01/14/14

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In today's tech -- wildly popular snap Chad -- an apology after users complain about receiving unwanted photo and video messages. The company says -- -- Amazon related to a recent security breach stepped -- allows people to send photos and videos that disappear after viewing. Who wants to have -- impact in your home with just -- -- maker of stylus digital smoke alarms and thermostats. Those both communicate with your Smartphone Google paid 3.2 billion dollars. Word is Microsoft has begun work on a brand new operating system windows nine will be the company's attempt to move itself passed the problems of windows 89 is expected in April 2015. At a new -- removal glass hopes to keep drivers from falling asleep at the wheel drive safe issues and audio alert users. Start to doze off and then provides directions to the nearest rest stop. As you tick bites make a great day I'm John Mueller.

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