TechBytes: Starbucks, Facebook

Starbucks is adding new anti-hacking security features to its app.
3:00 | 01/17/14

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In today's tech -- Starbucks announces plans to add extra security to its popular iPhone app. This comes -- the report revealed that the app does not encrypt user data making it more vulnerable -- the phone is lost or stolen no word on when the updated -- will be released. FaceBook has begun rolling out a new trending feature provides a list of social network's most popular topics and can be found in the user's news -- A new report finds that 42% of Smartphone owners America have an iPhone making it the number one Smartphone in the US Samsung came in second place with a 26% share. Both companies seen increases in sales over the past year. And you may one day be able to create your favor -- treats right in your own home the chocolate maker is teaming up with 3-D systems corporation. To produce a line of unprintable votes. Principal chocolate -- a good idea does you tech -- everybody make a great day. I'm John moment.

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