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  It's Thursday, April 12th, 2012. I'm Bridge Carey on CNet and it's time to get loaded.

There's lots of Google related news and we started with a blog posted by Android security that's causing quite the stir. A research from a security group demonstrated that Android apps are able to access to sensitive personal information even when the Apps itself doesn't require permission to access data. These no-permission apps that can appear to be the harmest and can still access to other devices SD-card, handset identification deed and files stored by other apps. And app can transmit information back to an outside party. So, what can you do? Well, until something is fixed. Android users should avoid saving sensitive data like photos and work files on the SD-card, and beware of what you'll download just because the app doesn't ask permission to access the data, and apparently still can.

Google+ has gotten a facelift, the social network has been redesigning with a hopes of making the site easier to use. The navigation bar moved from the top to the left is customizable and photos posts that will show up larger on the page. But it also has a good chunk of a news whitespace on the right side. About 40% of the right side is blank leaving users to pock fund at what they could put in that space. One user took a picture of a cat sitting in this space and another user filled the space with the Facebook and another browzer window, or perhaps the whitespace is imbeding right.

Sony has intorduced a watch that will communicate with your android phone. It's called the smart watch and has price tag of $150. And it will allow users to retext messages, get social media updates, check emails, manage calls and control music. It connects to an android phone via bluetooth. And when there's an event alert, or upcoming call, the watch vibrates. It supposedly will run for 4 days on a single charge in splash proof. This is Sony's second attempt to that watch that works for the Android phones. Back in 2010, it create the Liveview which ended up being a flop.

And we will end today show with a big announcement, this will be the final episode of "Loaded". But don't you afraid because in the next few days, I'm coming back with a brand new technic show. It's called CNet update. And it will be available 5 days a week. You'll still get a quick breakdown on biggest news in tech but it will be delivered every afternoon in a new format. We'll tell you the developing stories we're watching as well as emerging trends and new apps to check out. When you visit Cnet.com, you find the CNet update in a new interactive vedio player, that will give you links to more information on each story, we do give what we're watching Loaded on these years, and we can't ensure what's in store. From CNet's Newyork studio, I'm Bridge Carey, and you've just been loaded.

Hey guys, Brown Tang here, and if u're looking to see the top dogs in tech faceoff, then you need watch CNet's prizefight. We throw touchscreen phones in the ring, reignites the console wars, battle webbrowers and more so you can find it all at CNet.com/prizefight. And I'll see you there.
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        It's Thursday, April 12, 2012. I'm Bridge Carey on CNET.com and it's time to get loaded.
        There's lots of Google related news and we start with a blog post about Android Security that's causing quite disturb. A researcher from a security group demonstrated that Android Apps are able to access sensitive personal information even when the app itself doesn't require permission to access data. This no permission apps that can appear to be harmless can still access devices as SD-card, Handset Identification Data and files stored by other apps. And the app can transmit information back to an outside party. So what can you do? Well, until something is fixed. Android user should avoid saving sensitive data like photos and work files on the SD-card. And be aware of what you download just because an app doesn't ask permission to access data and it apparently still can.
        Google+ has gotten a facelift. The social network has been redesigned with the hopes of making the site easier to use. The navigation bar moved from the top to the left. It’s customizable and photos posted will show up larger on the page. But it also has a good chunk of unused whitespace on the right side about 40% of the right side is blank leaving users to pock fund at what they could put in that space. One user took a picture of the cat sitting in the space. Another user filled the space with Facebook and another browser window or perhaps the whitespace is for Betty White.
        Sony has introduced a watch that would communicate with your Android phone. It's called Smart Watch and has a price tag of $150 and that will allow users to read text messages, get social media updates, check email, manage calls and control music. It connects to an Android phone via Bluetooth and when there's an event alert or upcoming call, the watch vibrates. It supposedly will run for 4 days on a single charge and on a splash proof. This is Sony 2nd attempt in a watch that works with Android phones. Back in 2010, it created the Live View which ended up being a flap.
        And we end today’s show with a big announcement. This will be the final episode of loaded. But don't you be afraid because in the next few days, I'm coming back with a brand new daily tech new show. It's called CNET update. And it’ll be available 5 days a week. You'll still get a quick breakdown on the biggest news in tech but it’ll be delivered every afternoon in a new format. We'll tell you the developing stories we're watching as well as emerging trends and new apps to check out. When you visit CNET.com, you’ll find the CNET update in a new interactive video player that would give you links to more information on each story. We thank you for watching loaded all these years and we can't wait to show you what's in store. From CNET's New York studio, I'm Bridget Carey and you've just been loaded.
        Hi, guys, Brian Tong here and if you’re looking to see the top dogs in Tech face off, then you need to watch CNET’s Prizefight. We’ll throw touch screen phones in the ring, reignite the console wars, battle web browsers and more. So you can find it all at cnet.com/prizefight and I’ll see you there.
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[Homework]2012-04-22&04-28 最后一期Loaded

It's Thursday,Apirl 25,2012.I'm Britch Karien on sina.com.And it's time to get look at it.There is a lot Goggle related news today and we start with a podcast by Android security causing quite the stir.Research from the security demostrate that Android apps are able to access since the personal imformation even when the apps itself doesn't require permission to access data.These no permission apps that can appear to be harmness can still access to other devises as SD card,handset identification deed and files store by other apps.And the apps can transmit imformation back to an outside party,what can you do?Well,until something has been fixed.Andorid users should avoid saving sensitive data like photos and workfiles on the SD card.Where were you download,just because the App doesn't ask an permission to access data,and apparently still can.Goggle+ has gotten a facelift.The social network has been redesigned with the hopes that making the site easier to use.The navigation bar moved from the top to the left is customazable and photos post will show larger on the page. But it also has a good chunk of a news whitespace on the right side.About 40% of the right side is blank,leaving users to pock fund at what they could put at that space.One user took a picture of their cat sitting in the space, and another user fill this space with facebook and other browse window.Perhaps the white sapces for a bedding white.
Sonny has introduce a watch that can communicate with your Andoid Phone.It's called smart watch and has price tag of 150 dollars.It will allow users to retext messages,get social media updates,check mails,manage calls and control music.It access to an Andoid phone via bluetooth,and when there is an event alert or upcoming call,the watch vibrates.It's supposly will run for 4 days on singel change and splash proof.This is the Sonny second attempt to the watch that works to the Andoid phones.Back to 2010,it create the Lifeview which ended being a flop.
And we end today's show with a big announance,this will be the final episode of Loaded.But don't you afriad,because that next few days I'm coming back with a brandly new daily technic show.It's called sina.update.And it will be available five days a week.You'llstill get a quick breakdown on the biggest news in tech.But it'll be delivered every afternoon in the new format.We'll tell you the developing stories we're watching as well as emerging trends and new apps to check out.When you vist sina.com,you'll find the sina.update in the new interactive redio player.That will give you links to more information on each story. We do give what we're watching Loaded on these years, and we can't ensure what's in store. From CNet's New York studio, I'm Britch Karien
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It's Thursday,April 12th,2012. I'm Bridget Carey on Cnet.com, and it's time to get loaded.

There's lots of Google related news today and we start with a blog post about Android security,that's causing quite the stir. A research from a security group demonstrated that Android apps are able to access sensitive personal information,even when the app itself doesn't doesn't require permission to access data.These no-permission apps that can appear to be harmless can still access other devices SD card,handset identification deed and files stored by other apps. And the app can transmit information back to an outside party. So,what can you do? Well, until something is fixed. Android users should avoid saving sensitive data like photos and workfiles on the SD card,and be aware of what you download just because the app doesn't ask for permission to access data,it apparently still can.

Google+ has got a face-lift,the social network has been redesigned with the hopes of making the site easier to use. The navigation bar moved from the top to the left,its customizable and photos posted will show up larger on the page. But it also has a good chunk of a news whitespace on the right side. About 40& of the right side is blank,leaving users to poke fun at what they could put in that space. When users took a picture of their cat sitting in the space,another user fill the space with Facebook and another browser window. Or,perhasps the whitespace is for Betty White.

Sony has introduced a watch that will communicate with your Android phone. It's called "Smartwatch",and has price tag of $150 and it will allow users to retext messages,get social media  updates,check email,manage calls and control music. It connects to an Android phone via bluetooth. And there's an event alert,or upcoming call,the watch vibrates. It supposedly will run for four days on a single charge in a splash proof. This is Sony's second attempt to that watch that works for the Android phones. Back in 2010, it created the Liveview which ended up being a flop.

And we ended today show with a big announcement,this will be the final episode of Loaded. But don't you afraid,because in the next few days,I'm coming back with a brand-new daily technic new show,it's called CNET Update,and it'll be available five days a week. You'll still get a quick break download of the biggest news in tech but it will be delivered every afternoon in a new format. We will tell you the developing stories we're watching as well as emerging trends and new apps to check out. When you visit Cnet.com,you'll find the cnet update in a new interactive video player that will give you links to more information on each story. We then give you what we're watching in these years and we can't assure you what's in store. From Cnet New York Studio,I'm Bridget Carey,and you've just been loaded.

[Homework]2012-04-22&04-28 最后一期Loaded

Its Thursday April.12 2012.I am Britch Karien on cnet.com .And its time to get loaded.There is a lot of google related news today.And we start with the blog post by Andriod security that is causing quite the stir.A research from security group demonstrate that Andriod apps are able to access sensitive personal imformation even when app itself dosen't require the permission to access data.
These no permission apps that can appears can still access advise sd card handset identification does file storied by other apps.The app can transmit but information back to outside party.
What can you do until something is expected ,Andriod users should avoid saving sensitive data like photoes work files on the sd card. While when you download just becuase app does not ask for permission to access data it apparently still can.
Google + has got faclet the social redisgned with the hope making the so easy to use.The navigation by the move from the top to the left its customizable and photo posed will show largeon the page.
It also has a good chuck write space on the right side about 40% right side is blicking leading users to poke fun and what they can put that space.
When users took the picture of the cat siting in the space and users feel the space is facebook and other brush window.Or perhaps the right side is for better way.
Sony has introduced the watch that would communicated with Andriod phone.It calls smart watch.It has price tag over 150 dollars.It would allow users retext messages get social media update check email manager calls and control music.
It connected to the Andriod phone via bluetooth.And the event alert.or upcoming call.The watch vobriant.It supposed run for 4 days on a single charge and splush proof.It is sony second attempt watch that works for the Andriod phone.Back in 2010, it created the Liveview which ended up being a flop.


And we today show is a big announcement this will be fine episode over loaded .but dont you because next few days coming back with brand new daily tech show its called cnet.update.
And it will be availuable 5 days a week you still get a quick break down the biggest use tech but it deliver every afternoon in the new format.
We are telling the developing story you watching as world as emergeny trace and you apps to check out.When you visit cnet.com you find the cnet update in the new in the active veido players.Then we give you links to more information on each story we are giving watching loading in this year and can we show you what's in the store.From cnet studio.I am **.

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本帖最后由 CrazyFrog 于 2012-4-24 15:31 编辑

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It's Thursday, April 12th, 2012. I'm Bridge Carey on CNet.com and it's time to get loaded.

There's lots of Google related news today. And we started with a blog posted by Android security that's causing quite a stir. A research from a security group demonstrated that Android apps are able to access  sensitive personal information even when the Apps itself doesn't require permission to access data. These no-permission apps that can appear to be harmless  can still access other devices' SD-card, handset identification data and files stored by other apps. And app can transmit information back to an outside party. So, what can you do? Well, until something is fixed. Android users should avoid saving sensitive data like photos and work files on the SD-card. And beware what you downloaded. Just because an app doesn't ask for permission to access data, it apparently still can.

Google+ has gotten a facelift. The social network has been redesigning with a hopes of making the site easier to use. The navigation bar moved from the top to the left. It's customizable and photos posted will show up larger on the page. But it also has a good chunk of unused whitespace on the right side. About 40% of the right side is blank, leaving users to poke fun at what they could put in that space. One user took a picture of a cat sitting in this space and another user filled the space with the Facebook and another browser window, or perhaps the whitespace is for Betty White?

Sony has introduced a watch that will communicate with your android phone. It's called the smart watch and has price tag of $150. And it will allow users to re-text messages, get social media updates, check emails, manage calls and control music. It connects to an android phone via bluetooth. And when there's an event alert, or upcoming call, the watch vibrates. It supposedly will run for 4 days on a single charge and it's splash-proof. This is Sony's second attempt to a watch that works with the Android phones. Back to 2010, it created the Liveview which ended up being a flop.

And we end today show with a big announcement. This will be the final episode of "Loaded". But don't you afraid because in the next few days, I'm coming back with a brand new daily technic show. It's called CNet update. And it will be available 5 days a week. You'll still get a quick breakdown on biggest news in tech but it will be delivered every afternoon in a new format. We'll tell you the developing stories we're watching as well as emerging trends and new apps to check out. When you visit Cnet.com, you will find the CNet update in a new interactive vedio player, that will give you links to more information on each story. We thank you for watching "Loaded" all these years, and we can't wait to show you what's in store. From CNet's New York studio, I'm Bridge Carey, and you've just been loaded.

Hey guys, Brown Tang here, and if you're looking to see the top dogs in tech face-off, then you need watch CNet's prizefight. We throw touchscreen phones in the ring, reignites the console wars, battle web browers and more so you can find it all at CNet.com/prizefight. And I'll see you there.
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It’s Thursday, April 12, 2012, I’m Bridget Carey on cnet.com and it’s time to get loaded.

There’s lots of Google related news today and we’ll start with a blog post about android security that’s causing quite the stir. A researcher from a security group demonstrated that android apps are able to access sensitive personal information even the app itself doesn’t require permission to access data. These no permission apps can appear to be harmless, can still access a device’s SD card, handset identification data and file store by other apps. And the app can transmit information back to an outside party. So what can you do until something is fixed, android user should avoid saving sensitive data like photos and work files on the SD card. And beware of what you download, just because an app doesn’t ask for permission to access data, it apparently still can.

Google+ has gotten its face slipped, the social network site has been redesigned with the hopes of making the site easier to use, the navigation bar moved from the top to the left, it’s customizable, and photos are supposed to be able to show up larger on the page, but it also has a good chunk of unused white space on the right side, about 40% of the right side is blank leaving users to poke fun at what they could put in that space. When user took a picture of a cat sitting in that space, another user filled the space with Facebook in another browser window. Or perhaps the white space is for Betty White.

Sony as introduced watch that will communicate with your android phone, it’s called smart watch and has a price tag of $150 and it will allow users to read text messages, get social media updates, check email, manage calls and control music. It can access to an android phone via Bluetooth, and when there’s an event alert or an upcoming call, the watch vibrates, it’s supposedly will run for 4 days with a single charge and it’s splash proof, this is Sony’s second attempt on a watch that works with android phones, back in 2010, it created the live view which ended up being a flop.

And we end today’s show with a big announcement; this will be the final episode of Loaded, but don’t you fret, because in the next few days, I’m coming back with the brand new daily Tech new show, it’s called Cnet Update, and it’ll be 5 days a week. You’ll still get a quick breakdown of the biggest dudes in tech, but it will be delivered every afternoon in a new format. We’ll tell you the developing stories or watching, as well as emerging trends and new apps to check out. When you visit cnet.com, you’ll find the Cnet Update in a new interactive player that will give you links to more information on each story. We thank you for watching Loaded all these years, and we can’t wait to show you what’s in the store, from Cnet’s New York studio, I’m Bridget Carey, and you’ve just been loaded.

Hi guys, Brian Tang here, and if you’re looking to see the top dogs in tech faceoff, then you need to watch Cnet’s Prize Fight, we’ll throw touchscreen phones in the ring, reignite the council wars, battle web browsers and more, so you can find it all at Cnet.com/prizefight and I’ll see you there.
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It's Thursday, April 12th, 2012. I'm Bridge Carey on CNet.com and it's time to get loaded.

There's lots of Google related news and we started with a blog posted by Android security that's causing quite the stir. A research from a security group demonstrated that Android apps are able to access to sensitive personal information even when the Apps itself doesn't require permission to access data. These no-permission apps that can appear to be the harmest and can still access to other devices SD-card, handset identification deed and files stored by other apps. And app can transmit information back to an outside party. So, what can you do? Well, until something is fixed. Android users should avoid saving sensitive data like photos and work files on the SD-card, and beware of what you'll download just because the app doesn't ask permission to access the data, and apparently still can.

Google+ has gotten a facelift, the social network has been redesigning with a hopes of making the site easier to use. The navigation bar moved from the top to the left is customizable and photos posts that will show up larger on the page. But it also has a good chunk of a news whitespace on the right side. About 40% of the right side is blank leaving users to pock fund at what they could put in that space. One user took a picture of a cat sitting in this space and another user filled the space with the Facebook and another browser window, or perhaps the whitespace is for Betty White.

Sony has introduced a watch that will communicate with your android phone. It's called the SmartWatch and has price tag of $150. And it will allow users to retext messages, get social media updates, check emails, manage calls and control music. It connects to an android phone via bluetooth. And when there's an event alert, or upcoming call, the watch vibrates. It supposedly will run for 4 days on a single charge in splash proof. This is Sony's second attempt to that watch that works for the Android phones. Back in 2010, it creates the Liveview which ended up being a flop.

And we will end today show with a big announcement, this will be the final episode of "Loaded". But don't you afraid because in the next few days, I'm coming back with a brand new technic show. It's called CNet update. And it will be available 5 days a week. You'll still get a quick breakdown on biggest news in tech but it will be delivered every afternoon in a new format. We'll tell you the developing stories we're watching as well as emerging trends and new apps to check out. When you visit Cnet.com, you find the CNet update in a new interactive vedio player, that will give you links to more information on each story, we do give what we're watching Loaded on these years, and we can't ensure what's in store. From CNet's Newyork studio, I'm Bridge Carey, and you've just been loaded.

Hey guys, Brown Tang here, and if you are looking to see the top dogs in tech faceoff, then you need watch CNet's prizefight. We throw touchscreen phones in the ring, reignites the console wars, battle web browsers and more so you can find it all at CNet.com/prizefight. And I'll see you there.
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It’s Thursday, April 12 2012, I m bridget carey on cnet.com, and it’s time to get loaded. There are a lots of Google related news today, and we started with blog posted about android security that causing quite disturb, a researcher from security group demonstrate that android app are able to access sensitive personal information even when the eBay itself doesn’t require permission to access data, these no permission apps that appears to be harmless can still access advices SD cards, handset identification data and files stored by other apps. And apps can travels information back to outside party. so what can you do? Until something is fixed. Android user should avoid saving sensitive dates like photos, and work files on the SD card. And be aware what you download just because apps doesn’t ask for permission to access data apparently still can.
Google+ has gone facelift. The social network has been redesign hopes of making the site easier to use, the navigation bar moved from the top to the left is customizable. and photos possible show larger on page, but it also had a good shrank of unused white space on right side, about % of the right side is blank, leaving use to poke fun, and what can put in that space. When user took a picture of the cat sitting in that space, another user fill the space with facebook and another browse window, or perhaps the whitespace is for better way.
sony has introduce a watch that communicate with your android phone. it called smart watch, and has price take of 150$, and it will allow you to use retext messages, get social media update, check email, manage call, and control music, it connects to an android phone view Bluetooth and when there is event alert or upcoming call, the watch by raise. it supposedly wil run for 4 days on a single charge, and flash proves this is sony’s second attempt watch that works on android phones. Back to 2010, They created the live you which ended been flow.
and we end show big announcement, this will be finial episode of loaded, but don’t you afraid because next few days, I will be coming back with a brand new daily technique show, it called cnet update, and a little bit available for 5 days a week. you still get a quick breakdown of biggest in tech but it will be deliver every afternoon in a new format. we are telling you the developing stories watching as well as the emerging trends and new apps to checkout ,when you visit cnet.com you’ll find cnet update in a new interactive video player  ...卡了
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It’s Thursday, April 12 2012, I m bridget carey on cnet.com, and it’s time to get loaded. There are a lots of Google related news today, and we started with blog posted about android security that causing quite disturb, a researcher from security group demonstrate that android app are able to access sensitive personal information even when the eBay itself doesn’t require permission to access data, these no permission apps that appears to be harmless can still access advices SD cards, handset identification data and files stored by other apps. And apps can travels information back to outside party. so what can you do? Until something is fixed. Android user should avoid saving sensitive dates like photos, and work files on the SD card. And be aware what you download just because apps doesn’t ask for permission to access data apparently still can.
Google+ has gone facelift. The social network has been redesign hopes of making the site easier to use, the navigation bar moved from the top to the left is customizable. and photos possible show larger on page, but it also had a good shrank of unused white space on right side, about % of the right side is blank, leaving use to poke fun, and what can put in that space. When user took a picture of the cat sitting in that space, another user fill the space with facebook and another browse window, or perhaps the whitespace is for better way.
sony has introduce a watch that communicate with your android phone. it called smart watch, and has price take of 150$, and it will allow you to use retext messages, get social media update, check email, manage call, and control music, it connects to an android phone view Bluetooth and when there is event alert or upcoming call, the watch by raise. it supposedly wil run for 4 days on a single charge, and flash proves this is sony’s second attempt watch that works on android phones. Back to 2010, They created the live you which ended been flow.
and we end show big announcement, this will be finial episode of loaded, but don’t you afraid because next few days, I will be coming back with a brand new daily technique show, it called cnet update, and a little bit available for 5 days a week. you still get a quick breakdown of biggest in tech but it will be deliver every afternoon in a new format. we are telling you the developing stories watching as well as the emerging trends and new apps to checkout ,when you visit cnet.com you’ll find cnet update in a new interactive video player  ...卡了
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It’s Thursday, April 12 2012, I m bridget carey on cnet.com, and it’s time to get loaded. There are a lots of Google related news today, and we started with blog posted about android security that causing quite disturb, a researcher from security group demonstrate that android app are able to access sensitive personal information even when the eBay itself doesn’t require permission to access data, these no permission apps that appears to be harmless can still access advices SD cards, handset identification data and files stored by other apps. And apps can travels information back to outside party. so what can you do? Until something is fixed. Android user should avoid saving sensitive dates like photos, and work files on the SD card. And be aware what you download just because apps doesn’t ask for permission to access data apparently still can.
Google+ has gone facelift. The social network has been redesign hopes of making the site easier to use, the navigation bar moved from the top to the left is customizable. and photos possible show larger on page, but it also had a good shrank of unused white space on right side, about % of the right side is blank, leaving use to poke fun, and what can put in that space. When user took a picture of the cat sitting in that space, another user fill the space with facebook and another browse window, or perhaps the whitespace is for better way.
sony has introduce a watch that communicate with your android phone. it called smart watch, and has price take of 150$, and it will allow you to use retext messages, get social media update, check email, manage call, and control music, it connects to an android phone view Bluetooth and when there is event alert or upcoming call, the watch by raise. it supposedly wil run for 4 days on a single charge, and flash proves this is sony’s second attempt watch that works on android phones. Back to 2010, They created the live you which ended been flow.
and we end show big announcement, this will be finial episode of loaded, but don’t you afraid because next few days, I will be coming back with a brand new daily technique show, it called cnet update, and a little bit available for 5 days a week. you still get a quick breakdown of biggest in tech but it will be deliver every afternoon in a new format. we are telling you the developing stories watching as well as the emerging trends and new apps to checkout ,when you visit cnet.com you’ll find cnet update in a new interactive video player  ...卡了
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本帖最后由 diligent_an 于 2012-4-25 06:38 编辑

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It's Thursday, April 12th, 2012. I'm Bridget Carey, on Cnet.com, and it's time to get loaded.
There is a lot of google related news today, and we start with the blog post about Android security, that's causing quite a stir. A researcher from security group demonstrated that Android apps are able to access sensitive personal information even when the app itself doesn't require the permission to access  data. These no permission apps that can appear  harmless can still access the devices as SD card, headset identification data and files stored by other apps. And the app can transmit the information back to outside party. So what can you do ? While until something is fixed. Android users should avoid saving sensitive data like photos and work files on the SD card. And be aware what you download, just because apps doesn't ask for the permission to access the data, it apparently still can.
Google+ has gotten a facelift. The social network has been redesigned with the hopes making the site easier to use. The navigation bar moved from the top to the left. It's customizable and the photos posts will show up larger on the page. But it also has a good chunk of unused whitespace on the right side. About 40% of right side is blank, leaving users to poke fun at what they can put on the space. One user took a picture of cat sitting in the space, another user filled the space with  facebook in another browse window. or perhaps the whitespace is for Betty White.
Sony has introduced a watch that will communicate with your android phone. It's called smartwatch, and has price tag of 150 dollars. And it will allow users to retext messages, get social media updates, check emails, manage calls, control music. It connects to android phone via bluetooth. And when there is an event alert or upcoming call, the watch vibrates. It supposedly will run for 4 days on a single charge, and it's splash proof. It's Sony  second attempt on that watch that work to android phones. Back in 2010 it created a Liveview which ended up being a flop.
And we end today's show with a big annoucement. This will be the final episode of 'LOADED'. But don't you fear, because in next few days, I will be coming back with a brandnew daily technic show, it's called 'CNET update'. And it will be availalbe 5 days a week. You'll still got a  quick breakdown of biggest news in tech, but  it'll be delivered every afternoon in a new format. We'll tell you the developing stories we're watching, as well as emerging trends and  new apps to checkout. When you visit cnet.com, you'll find the cnet update in a new interactive video player that will give links to more information on each story. We did give you what we're watching loaded on these year, and we can't wait to show you what's in the store. from cnet New York Studio, I'm Bridget carey, and you've  just been loaded.
Hi, guys, Brand Tong here. and if you're looking to see the top dog in tech, face off, then you need to watch cnet's prizefight. We'll throw touchscreen phones in the ring, reignite the console wars, battle web browsers, and more, so you can find that all in cnet.con/prizefight. and I'll see you there.
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It’s Thursday, April 12th, 2012. I’m Bridget Carey on CNET.com and it’s time to get loaded.

There’s lots of Google related news today and we start with the blog posted by Android security that’s causing quite the stir.

A research from a security group demonstrated that Android apps are able to access sensitive personal information even when the app itself doesn’t require permission to access data. These no-permission apps that can appear to be harmless can still access advises as Sdcard, handset identification data and file stored by other apps. And the app can transmit information back to an outside party. So what can you do? Well, until something has fixed. Android user should avoid saving sensitive data like photos and work files on the Sdcard and be aware of what you download just because an app doesn’t ask information to access data, and apparently it still can.

Google+ has gotten a facelift. The social network has been redesigning with the hopes of making it site easier to use. The navigation bar moved from the top to the left. It’s customizerible and photos posts will show up larger on the page. But it also has a good chunk of unused white space on the right side. About 40% of the right side is blank, leaving users to pock fund at what they could put in that space. When user took a picture of their cats sitting in this space, another user fit the space with facebook in another browser window, or perhaps the white space is for a bedding white.

Sony has introduced a watch that would communicate with your Android phone. It’s called SmartWatch and has price tag of $150. And it will allow users to retext messages, get social media updates, check email, manage calls and control music. It connects to an Android phone via bluetooth and when there’s an event alert or upcoming call, the watch vibrates. It supposedly will run for four days on a single charge in splash proof. This is Sony second attempt to the watch that works for the Android phones, back to 2010, it created the live view which ended up being a flop.

And we end today show with a big announcement, this will be the final episode of “loaded”, but don’t you f// because in the next few days, I’m coming back with a brand new daily techic show. It’s called CNET Update and it’ll be available five days a week. You’ll still get a quick breakdown of the biggest news in tech, but it will be delivered every afternoon in a new format. We’ll tell you the developing stories we’re watching as well as emerging trends and new apps to check out. When you visit CNET.com, you’ll find the CNET Update in a new interactive video player the will give you links to more information on each story. With they giving watching loaded all these years, and we can’t wait to show you what’s in store.

From CNET’s New York Studio, I’m Bridget Carey and you’ve just been loaded.
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It's Thursday, April 12th, 2012. I'm Bridge Carey on CNet and it's time to get loaded.

There's lots of Google related news today and we started with a blog posted by Android security that's causing quite the stir. A researcher from a security group demonstrated that Android apps are able to access sensitive personal information even when the App itself doesn't require permission to access data. These no-permission apps that can appear to be harmless can still access other devices as SD-card, handset identification data and files stored by other apps. And the app can transmit information back to an outside party. So, what can you do? Well, until something is fixed. Android users should avoid saving sensitive data like photos and work files on the SD-card, and beware of what you'll download. Just because an app doesn't ask permission to access data, it apparently still can.

Google+ has got a facelift. The social network has been redesigning with the hopes of making the site easier to use. The navigation bar moved from the top to the left is customizable and photos posted will show up larger on the page. But it also has a good chunk of unused whitespace on the right side. About 40% of the right side is blank leaving users to poke fun at what they could put in that space. One user took a picture of a cat sitting in the space and another user filled the space with the Facebook and another browser window. Or perhaps the whitespace is for Betty White.

Sony has introduced a watch that will communicate with your android phone. It's called the Smart Watch and has price tag of $150. And it will allow users to re-text messages, get social media updates, check emails, manage calls and control music. It connects to an android phone via Bluetooth. And when there's an event alert, or upcoming call, the watch vibrates. It supposedly will run for 4 days on a single charge and is splash-proof. This is Sony's second attempt at a watch that works for the Android phones. Back in 2010, it created the Liview which ended up in a flop.

And we will end today’s show with a big announcement: this will be the final episode of "Loaded". But don't you afraid because in the next few days, I'm coming back with a brand new technic show. It's called CNet update. And it will be available 5 days a week. You'll still get a quick breakdown on biggest news in tech but it will be delivered every afternoon in a new format. We'll tell you the developing stories we're watching as well as emerging trends and new apps to check out. When you visit Cnet.com, you find the CNet update in a new interactive video player that will give you links to more information on each story. We thank you for watching Loaded all these years, and we can't wait to show you what's in store. From CNet's New York studio, I'm Bridge Carey, and you've just been loaded.

Hey guys, Brown Tang here, and if you're looking to see the top dogs in tech face off, then you need watch CNet's prizefight. We throw touchscreen phones in the ring, reignites the console wars, battle web browsers and more so you can find it all at CNet.com/prizefight. And I'll see you there.
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