3G baby monitor Video
3G baby monitor Video Transcript
-It's Friday, December 3rd, I'm Natali Morris and it's time to get loaded. Amazon is investing in LivingSocial, an online coupon site. Meanwhile, there have been rumors all week that Google is looking to purchase Groupon, which is also a competing coupon site. Meanwhile, eBay has acquired the shopping engine, milo.com. Milo is a site that lets user search for goods in their neighborhood in real-time. The company has insight to real-time inventory in over 50,000 stores across the country, and now, eBay does too, helping you shop not just from other people but also from local merchants. Google launched Google Earth engine. It's a place to find satellite imagery and data about the environment. There is a lot of data there. It's mainly for scientist but the casual user can also use it as well. You can see data archives and satellite imagery from the last 25 years. Google Doodle is now mobile. Those are the fun Google logo designs that Google uses to commemorate noteworthy days like Rosa Parks birthday or Thanksgiving or Christmas. Previously, these were only viewable on a PC browser, but now, you won't miss out if you to Google on the run. A new version or Rock Band has launched for the iPad and iPhone. Rock Band: Reloaded has 27 songs, 15 that come with the game and an additional 12 in the Rock Band store. It cost $4.99 in the app store. And you might think that if you get a settlement from Google, you're living large, right? Not so much. A Pennsylvania couple accused Google of trespassing when they photograph their home for street view maps. A judge in Pittsburgh ruled that the couple wins and they get $1. That's right, a whole dollar. And finally, this one is for new parents like me, WiFi Baby 3G will stream audio and video to Windows or Mac PC, iPhone, or iPad. It creates a password-protected wireless connection to any connected device. It's great for baby monitoring, camera, or monitoring anything for that matter. It has night vision and motion detection. It cost $279. Those are your headlines for today. That wraps up your week of getting loaded. We will see you on Monday. I'm Natali Morris for cnet.com and you've just been loaded.
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