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Sony unveils Google TV setsMacs will offer Windows Phone 7 support later this year, Digg gets it bury button back, and Sony unmasks flat-screen sets and a Blu-ray player that feature Google TV.
It's Wednesday October 13 -- -- ten Jeff Bakalar and it's time to get loaded. Sony has unveiled two of the company's first products that will ship with the Google TV service. In addition to a 400 dollar Blu-ray player Sony will start selling a line of LCD TVs with Google TV starting on October 16. The TVs will range in size from 24 to 46 inches and sell for 600 to 14100 dollars. After launching windows phone seven on Monday Microsoft answered many questions about the annual list including that copy and paste. Would be headed to the software and early twenty -- However they didn't answer whether or not windows phone seven would be getting Mac support. Just now the company says that a public beta of a tool will allow windows phone seven users to sync select content on Mac computers. Hell has may be frozen over. The Philadelphia area school that was taking photos of students through laptop webcams has agreed to pay 600 in 101000 dollars. In settlements and legal fees. The plaintiffs had claimed that the remote monitoring service installed by the school district had taken thousands of photos and -- website history and chat sessions. After apologizing to its community for a rough version for launch. Digg.com CEO Matt Williams. Has announced that the income is very button will they returning to the site which is arguably the most powerful tool in the entire service. Also being -- is the ability to -- comments as well as more cosmetic design changes. Those your headlines for today on Jeff Bakalar for cnet.com and you've just been -- it.