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Tech Bytes: Twitter Privacy, GE "Bakeware"

October 11, 2017 06:12 AM

There's word that Apple has struck a major television deal with director Steven Spielberg. Apple is reportedly teaming with Spielberg to revive his eighties Sci-Fi series, "Amazing Stories." Sources tell the Wall Street Journal Apple will pay more than five million dollars for each episode.

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Twitter is about to make it easier to privately track and remember interesting tweets without publicly hitting "like." The social media giant has announced a book marking feature, called "Save for later." It will allow you to create a private collection of saved tweets that you can access later.

GE has come up with "Bakeware" that's so smart, it tells you when your cake is done. The pans have temperature sensors that connect to the company's wi-fi enabled ovens. They send an alert to your smart device when those baked goods are done. The pans will go on sale next year.


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