Obama calls for NSA reforms but defends agency

The president wants changes at the secretive spy agency; Google is working on smart contact lenses; and Samsung's Tizen OS has a setback.

CNET Update talks the NSA, Google, and Samsung.


In this episode of CNET Update:

- President Obama calls for NSA reforms on phone records.

- Google develops smart contact lenses for diabetics.

- The first Tizen phone is canceled in Japan.

- HTC reportedly preps a bigger HTC One.

- Nintendo slashes Wii U sales projections.

- YouTube previews Super Bowl ads.

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