Shared-data plans push you to buy more Video
Shared-data plans push you to buy more Video Transcript
It's time to share the love of high priced cellphone bills I'm Bridget Carey this -- you're seeing an update. Eight. They get unlimited voice and tax. Let you pick how much to AD up to ten devices can share -- that bucket and generally speaking eighteen T and Verizon's plan prices are pretty similar. But the pain and you need one can be -- cheaper if you have once -- on and on you need is one gig of data a month. Eighteenth he was asked at a carrier that you should march cleese is indeed packages are right -- A case that two people eaten once mark on month and come up the same the higher you going Dina and the more Smartphones and -- lets -- -- The monthly cost gets more practical. You know -- -- shopping and they tell you just buy three more things you get ten dollars -- which organist and that anyway overnight -- and Egypt if you don't. It's like that. And there's more mini tablet excitement we have word that Barnes & Noble is working on new seven inch Nook Tablet -- have some. Revolutionary. Screen technology something new of the product -- and -- could be seen in the fall. PayPal has agreed to acquire start -- called card I arrow. -- -- technology -- scanned at credit card number just by taking photos cart they say it's -- care. Verizon's four GL TE just keeps growing the carrier added 33 more LTE markets so now with 137 areas have access to the -- four G speed. AT&T -- and 47 markets and sprint just turn on LTE this week and fifteen markets. On -- recent -- Thursday it's got Disney CEO and it cried out for her to save the photo sharing site Flickr. Humorous -- higher dot com has a simple message. Please help make Flickr awesome again. The founder of the site says the court Flickr community feels that Yahoo! has neglected the once popular site I think -- now turn their attention to -- like instead Graham. We go out Thursday night to watch the premiere of the dark and prices look at but the sky some major cities will be -- -- cat signal. Similar to bat man's bat signal but this isn't funny for catwoman fans. -- you're stumped by an interactive and lead the group hopes it will raise awareness of I don't future Internet censorship legislation. The founders have previously rallied web sites to protest deals like -- And even if you're not one -- -- areas with the signal you can always -- thirty bucks to get your own personal cat signal flashlight. To strike fear into the -- of those who wish to limit Internet freedoms. That's your tech news update -- today for more in the stories in today's show that cnet.com slash update -- studios in New York average here.
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