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Limits of using Square at Starbucks

Starbucks dips a toe into the Square Wallet app, Pinterest lets you keep secret boards, and Airbnb users offer free rooms for Sandy victims.

Thursday's CNET Update has a tall order:

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Today's tech news roundup explains how to pay with Square Wallet at Starbucks and how it's different from the Starbucks app. Small businesses have been taking hands-free payments with Square Wallet for several months. But Starbucks, which recently invested in Square, is still requiring you to scan your phone screen at checkout. Also in today's show:

- Pinterest users can finally pin in private. Users can create three "Secret Boards" for personal use, or to share with select users.

- Amazon uncorked its wine store, delivering to select states. Prime customers won't get the perks of free shipping.

- After weeks of hype, Angry Birds Star Wars finally is available to download. The Rebel Alliance birds battle the Dark Lord of the pigs.

- Hundreds of Airbnb users are offering free rooms to anyone affected by Hurricane Sandy. New York City is working with the service to connect people who need shelter after the storm.

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