Will Windows Phone beat out iPhone 5? Video
Will Windows Phone beat out iPhone 5? Video Transcript
I am Molly Wood and welcome to the buzz report about the tech news that everyone -- talking about. This week Netflix is sorry you feel that way iPhone five fever is bigger than beaver and sweet sweet -- in the fall. But first it's -- gadget of the week. Together the week is the new MacBook Air. I cannot tell you how many people have been -- -- -- over the past few weeks thing when isn't air coming please let Apple take any. Well it seems like it was worth the wait the thirteen inch model earned a coveted editor's choice award here at CNET. It has a one point seven gigahertz current generation Intel Core I five processor. A 128 -- solid state hard drive and it comes with OS-X lion. Plus of course -- super famous and gorgeous and it just the performance and looks weren't enough Apple is doing its usual upgrade enticement. By restoring the backlit keyboard that it took out of the original MacBook Air just to make you feel like a -- Still can't work in them so -- And now the news in its -- report this week sensitive little Netflix says it just hates to upset its customers with that dragged on bit rate hike. And it understands that this decision will cause some of you to quit the service and Netflix is just really sorry. All the -- Netflix most of you won't quit. And the extra money -- Netflix rakes in from the -- will let it reach the magical goal of one. Million dollars in revenue. During a single quarter. Well you favorite flick them there's still totally tone deaf PR department also -- so welcome guys. Of course if you are a former Netflix customers looking to satisfy your fix for streaming video other companies are coming out of the works to help. Even Wal-Mart. Remember how Wal-Mart bought online video rental store who knew about a year and a half ago well now they're integrating -- into Wal-Mart dot com. The you'll be able to -- rent digital copies of movies that are available for -- streaming library. Although attacked and they have blood -- -- -- -- studios. Apple news this week it's looking more and more likely that the iPhone five will hit this September. According to Mac rumors Apple will be bumping up its staff in its US retail stores early this fall. And -- also bringing back former employees to work part time. And boy genius report that AT&T has been getting its employees ready for more foot traffic. In September even incoming Verizon CEO Lowell like Adam recently said that He expects the next iPhone to debut in the fall. It's really happening people -- the happening. I wonder they'll also be available in white at -- lot. -- -- wrong with me. Actually a new survey -- price grabber finds that 35%. Of its customers are willing to buy the iPhone but sight unseen. It's coming out they want at some of them are even line now. Although they may want to wait just a minute. Has windows on mango or seven and a half has been released to manufacturers. And Microsoft says it's coming this -- -- apparently has over 500 new features and according to some analysts even though you think you don't care about mango right now. -- 2015. It'll be the second biggest mobile OS in the world. Start caring people. By the time they get to windows on -- -- you're gonna be -- And finally instead of clogging -- -- a new segment that I'm calling them. -- Late last week it was discovered that I am not fake Apple stores were operating in the Chinese city of Kunming. And now -- PC magazine reports that another fake store has been photographed in -- Now they look exactly like Apple stores it announced the employee and -- and teacher in fact some employees said they thought they were working at a real Apple Store. Okay now this week two of the five could mean stores have been shut down they get it it's not because they were fake. It's because they didn't have the right business licenses. Chinese officials say that the western media is overplaying the issue. I mean after all they say the Apple stuff in the -- -- stuff is totally re. -- -- -- -- -- -- They're investigating. Whether Apple has filed the proper paperwork in China. To have it store design and -- protected by their loss. Can you imagine Steve Jobs -- and I know it's not right but dude it felt well all -- And that's -- -- -- as we get real and I'm Molly led. And thank you for one.
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