Global Video News Recap, World Tech Update, Dec. 18

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In this week's show we start in Europe where the European Commission accepted Microsoft's commitments to offer browser choice, putting an end to the Commission's antitrust investigation.

While Microsoft may be out of trouble, Intel is back in trouble, this time with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. Check out the show video to find out what happened this week.

Exhibitors and attendees gathered this week at Taipei's RFID Conference, a trade show that offers the latest from China and Taiwan and also gives the nations a chance to work together.

Swedish mobile operator TeliaSonera has launched what it claims to be the world's first commercial Long-Term Evolution, or LTE network. Tune in to find out where the service launched and how fast it is.

This week, Microsoft donated technology to the National Association for Missing and Exploited Children. The hope is that the technology will find missing children and cut down on child pornography. In this week's show one of the developers of the technology tells us how it works.

And we finish up this week with the long-awaited launch of Final Fantasy XIII. We have coverage from Tokyo's Shibuya district where several hundred people waited in the predawn cold.

Next week will be a special year end episode where we'll take a look at our favorite gadgets, prototypes and robots. Be sure to tune in.

World Tech Update is a recap of the week's technology news. To learn more about the show follow it on Twitter and Facebook.

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