TechBytes: China Hacking, TiVo Mini

China is blamed for computer outages in North Korea.
0:54 | 03/21/13

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In today's tech -- pointing the finger at China again. South Korea says the huge hacking attack this week has links to China that means North Korea is to blame 32000 servers -- banks broadcasters were damaged. -- hoping to recover its luster by offering a video recorder for connecting a second television set for less than buying another full featured -- USA today's and -- finding -- Tebow many can do almost everything the Big Brother can do. You can watch live a record can be. You could search for programs you can arrange recordings. You can watch certain channels like Hulu and YouTube. But the -- many cost an additional hundred dollars plus a six dollar monthly fee and it doesn't work with a wireless connection. YouTube says one billion people now visit the video sharing site every month and that's almost half the people on the Internet -- or about ten Super Bowl audiences. -- -- tech -- have a great day. I'm John Mueller.

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