Global Video News Recap, World Tech Update, Dec. 11, 2009

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In this week's World Tech Update we start with news from Google, including the addition of real time and visual search. To find out how it works and how you can use it, check out this week's show video.

Next we hop over to Taiwan where Acer began rolling out its first Android handset called the Liquid. It has a 3.5 inch touchscreen, GPS and a 5 megapixel camera. One of the apps loaded on the demo phone was very interesting...

BenQ showed off its nReader at Taiwan's IT Month exhibition. It uses digital ink similar to the Amazon Kindle. It will launch in Taiwan and China in January.

Cisco Systems held its annual financial analyst conference on Tuesday and Chairman and CEO John Chambers said that networks could become the key component of all IT and communications over the next few years. Check out this week's show to find out what Cisco won't be doing anytime soon.

Facebook privacy changes went into effect this week and drew mixed reviews. Will more of your private information become public?

At the Eco Style Fair in Tokyo this week, Panasonic showed off their LED light bulbs, which it claims can save you 2,000 yen or about US$23 per year in energy bills.

And we round out this week's show in Hong Kong at the Inno Design Tech Expo where iMusicTech showed the iMusic Karaoke Dock, which lets you sing along with your favorite tunes.

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