Tech Minute: Tech keeps you in the game Video
Tech Minute: Tech keeps you in the game Video Transcript
And this Summer Olympics are in full swing and thanks to some cool tech you can be close to the action. Check out the free app into now it's synchronized with the Olympics on TV plus you can see upcoming schedules medal counts and athlete bios. Not sure exactly how cricket is scored or what happens -- a pole vault snaps -- wonder no longer. For one dollar download -- -- pocket guide to sports Apple give you explanations backs tips and stories about all those Olympic sports. -- it's tweets from Olympic athletes or just to then go to hub that dot Olympic dot org. Kahle finds social media updates from past and present olympians are also -- live -- -- sessions with the athletes. Finally be wary of hackers taking advantage of the media coverage of the Olympics if you're online and make sure you're using sites that can be trusted. And -- -- -- cars employees cnet.com for CBS news.
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