How tweets reveal where you live Video
How tweets reveal where you live Video Transcript
Not to alarm you but the tweets are coming from inside your house. I'm Bridget Carey and this -- CNET. Just when you think it's safe to -- comes another website to shake you -- about security. The site we know your house dot com shows how your location data can't be used against patent you know where it doesn't -- that have -- location turned on. And when someone uses the word home so it between about being bored sitting at home and forget that locations turned on while locked it's easy to deduce where you live. And you're on the website with a photo we've seen this before with sites that show who is talking about being on vacation with please -- -- dot com. It's all to bring awareness to over sharing. Of course not every tweet it pulls is actually someone's home but it still shows how easy it is. To revealed -- -- like. I not been aware of your location settings so shake up that creepy feeling cheer yourself up with discounted -- and I found -- an album has dropped prices on the -- tablet and it color. Making it competitive with Google's nexus seven tablet. And those price drops are also because a new line of Amazon kennels will be coming out soon. We're also -- retailers cut iPhone four S prices to prepare for new iPhone model expected to be announced in mid September. Tis the season for -- that is they don't mind having an older model. In other stories or -- -- Google has acquired the travel -- provider rumors Google also acquired. -- last year or so it's just another push into the travel and reading space. Facebook's like event section now is to announce when you're having a baby -- that -- -- of a favor and actually calling your family before -- in the -- thanks. Things aren't so great -- group on the launch journal reports that hundreds of employees are trying to jump ship and bring new jobs the journal says sales people are upset with their pay and how are being treated. And game maker electronic arts believe that in the next two or three years building more digital games sold and boxed games. An executive -- -- -- along their more than 46 games available from -- And on the net and videogames the neo geo is back for those that classic games -- the -- X gold package comes at December 6. For 200 dollars it's -- hand -- with twenty games like it'll theory and -- -- by -- And it also come with a joystick docking station seek an output it to your television -- 200 bucks sounds like a lot. Well then just think that -- region on the -- console for sold for 650. Dollars. That detect need to update you can always get an accident -- com slash update -- -- statement but found in the letter RC is in new York and project here.
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