Tech 2.0

New Apple iPhones in High Demand Nationally, Locally 

It's the newest product from Apple and what is a new Apple product without the obligatory video of people waiting in lines for the new Apple product.

Idaho Dept. of Labor to Upgrade Computers

Updated: 9/8/2014 6:50:40 PM

Real Estate Drones  

Updated: 7/30/2014 2:29:17 PM

New app screens vision problems in children 

Updated: 6/20/2014 3:40:24 PM

Tech 2.0 - EBay Responds to Data Breach

Updated: 5/21/2014 3:20:40 PM

More Tech 2.0

Tech 2.0 - AT&T Eyes NFL in DirecTV Deal
AT&T eyes football in DirecTV buy, AMC network to premiere new show on Tumblr and Google looks to buy for $1 billion.
Tech 2.0 - Microsoft Announces Expansion Into China & Original Programming
Microsoft to sell Xbox One console in China and announces Xbox Originals. Video Video
Tech 2.0 - Netflix to Raise Prices
The Internet video service Netflix announced that it will soon be raising its monthly subscription prices. Video Video
KPVI More Technology - New Phones with AT&T
Matt & Libby talk with Brock Clayton from AT&T about the new Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 phones. Video Video
Tech 2.0 - Heartbleed Bug
It's called "Heartbleed" and since it's been uncovered, it's causing heartburn for computer users and those responsible for trying to make them secure for business, shopping, communication and other online dealings.
Tech 2.0: Visionary or looney? Zuckerberg on spending spree.
Visionary or looney? Zuckerberg on spending spree, security firms watch social media for feisty fans and the effectiveness of smartphone apps for alcoholics.
Tech 2.0: Facebook Spends $2 Billion to Buy Headset VR Company
Facebook buys Oculus Rift for $2 billion, Amazon offers refunds for e-books and NY Times launches a new app.
Disney Buys Pocatello Man's Company for $500 Million
Disney buys Pocatello man’s company for $500-million, hackers attack thousands of American companies and Google adds a little class to its Glass.
Walmart Using Online Tool to Keep Up with Competitors
Walmart is using an online tool to compare its prices to their competitors, Apple and Comcast could be working together and Wendy’s is now offering mobile device payments.
Tech 2.0 for Thursday, March 20, 2014
Cell phone users are not backing up their data, tech companies join the President’s climate change program and Americans are hanging on to their old gadgets.

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