TechBytes (11.05.12)

Companies like Coca-Cola aim to prevent public from learning of hacking attacks against their system
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And today's tech -- keeping hacking a secret the computer systems of major companies like cocoa cola. Had been hacked in the past few years but chances are you never heard about it. Bloomberg News reports the companies keep such news and secret many attacks originate in China. Three out of four Smartphone sold in the third quarter ran on Google's Android operating system. Apple's share of the market also increase but the gap between enjoyed an apple phones widened. And there's now -- Harry Potter game that uses connect on the Xbox-360. Games dot com living -- says Harry Potter connect just seems like a rehash of other Harry Potter -- -- what it does have one special gimmick. You can actually ski in your face. You seen the connect since there into the game and actually kind of star as a -- -- being with things in the game. The game also has 25 major scenes from the eight movies laser tech -- some rob Nelson.

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