YouTube's new tools bury bad comments

Video creators have new moderation powers, Androids can be locked remotely, and iMacs get a few upgrades.

CNET Update keeps comments classy:

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In this episode of Update:

- Lower your exposure to YouTube commenter scum as Google implements new moderation tools .

- Avoid your data getting into the wrong hands with the new remote password lock on Android Device Manager .

- Hear how iTunes Radio is growing fast and creeping up on Pandora's user numbers .

- Get a faster wireless connection with Apple's new iMac all-in-one desktop models .

- Keep waiting for BlackBerry Messenger apps for Android and iOS .

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About the author

Bridget Carey is writer and host of CNET Update, a daily tech news show. She's now in New York, but she started in Miami, covering tech trends, reviewing gadgets and authoring the nation's first social media etiquette column. Why journalism? She was born 150 years too early to join Starfleet.

 

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