Back to the drawing board for Nexus Q Video
Back to the drawing board for Nexus Q Video Transcript
Dr. -- and online there could be -- with marketing and I'm Bridget Carey and this is your CNET update. -- has been reborn its been six weeks since beta works brought up the news aggregation site. -- -- -- -- simple page to highlight top stories in popular stories you can also save articles to read later on the new. You'll have to -- with a FaceBook account to do that. There's been some criticism from Digg fans about how the archives are gone. But it works says isn't just the first version of the redesign it'll be continuing to roll out new features over the next few months -- -- comments. Sony you remember and this Fella it's Google's media streaming device 300 dollar -- Q. After tepid reviews Google announced that it's taking this back to development to add more features because one of the biggest gripes about the 300 bucks it really -- have any features. -- new pre -- this it's the mouth of free that's great for your Olympic shop -- practice. The Olympics have strict marketing roles with Disney folks at beats audio just -- to find a way to give brand expert here without paying the big sponsorship blacks. You can see athletes wearing monster headphones -- matches well that's because beats and it just happened to bump into athletes in hand and headsets. Amazon getting more competitive with Netflix and now Amazon instant video is available to view. As an iPad app you don't have to be a prime member to purchase or rent any that it is available but prime subscribers do you get the bonus of being able to stream some titles for free. Verizon Wireless will no longer charge customers on tiered data plans who -- third party tethering apps from a Smart on. As part of the deal it struck with at CC over how spectrum can be used so what does that all mean to you well. If you have revenue sharing plan -- -- changed tethering are included if you have an old tiered data plan you -- pain at twenty dollar tethering fee for mobile broadband connect. Well in need to be proactive and for that plan he won't be hit with a penalty fee but they'll keep charging you -- to cancel. If the Olympics are taking up all your time and work there's a tool to help you find relief. The browser add on called a wind picks will block out Olympic keywords from any pages you pull up. If you try to keep yourself in suspense for the NBC prime time tape delay. Don't count -- to help you avoid spoilers you can still see some images they'll still show big names like Michael -- so it's not perfect. And he can't -- breaking news alerts you're emailing us though its Smartphone push notifications. Some resistance to -- news is ski town. That's your tech news update for today for -- -- the stories mentioned in a shaky head on over to cnet.com slash update. And our state is in New York I'm Bridget Carey.
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