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Dec 27, 2012

Marketplace Tech Report for Thursday, December 27, 2012

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This holiday week we are looking into the future of tech in 2013. Our first guide is General Electric's chief teechnology officer Mark Little. He's looking closely at the energy industry. GE has been working a more efficient tech -- like tiny cooling devices that could make our laptops and tablets even thinner. But there have been huge leaps and bounds in big tech, too. Plus, If you tried to escape the family this Christmas Eve by firing up your trusty Netflix account, you might have been Scrooged.

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GE's CTO Mark Little on tech leaps in 2013, and 2012's Christmas Netflix outage

Dec 27, 2012
General Electric's chief technology officer Mark Little talks about leaps forward in energy efficiency in the new year, and we breathe a sigh of relief after a brief Netflix outage.

This holiday week we are looking into the future of tech in 2013. Our first guide is General Electric’s chief teechnology officer Mark Little. He’s looking closely at the energy industry. GE has been working a more efficient tech — like tiny cooling devices that could make our laptops and tablets even thinner. But there have been huge leaps and bounds in big tech, too. Plus, If you tried to escape the family this Christmas Eve by firing up your trusty Netflix account, you might have been Scrooged.

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