TechBytes: Celebrity Hacking; Netflix

Apple says the recent hack of celebrity accounts were not the result of a security glitch.
1:00 | 09/03/14

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What happened Wednesday today's tech -- apple says the -- celebrity hacks were not the result of the technical glitch the computer giant says that hackers instead figured out thing username and password. And urges everyone to use stronger passwords. Initially that -- of celebrity photos was reported as a flaw in the system. Sprint is lowering the price of its prepaid mobile phone planned starting today boost mobile customers. Can get unlimited calls and tax as well as a full one gigabyte of data for just 35 dollars a month. -- -- making it easier for subscribers to share recommendations with friends. Users of the popular video streaming service will be able to select which -- -- FaceBook friends can see what they're watching. There's a new social told for a rainy days -- -- -- -- uses a portable light. To let passer -- know what you -- when you're willing to share your umbrella. And what does your tech lights green and I.

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