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Bridget Carey is writer and host of Bridget Breaks It Down, a video series examining how technology is changing our world. 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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Galaxy Round smartphone rocks -- on tables
In this episode of Update:
- See the new tricks Samsung programmed into the first smartphone with a curved screen, the Galaxy Round. Before you roll your eyes at this rolling smartphone, prepare to see LG come out with a similar curved smartphone, the G Flex. LG is also working on bendable batteries.