TechBytes: Chinese Hackers, BlackBerry

Chinese hackers have been infiltrating The New York Times' computer systems, the newspaper says.
0:53 | 01/31/13

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And today's tech bytes a hack attack on the New York Times the newspaper says Chinese hackers. -- -- -- trading its computer systems for the past four months the attack started after a times investigation of China's prime minister. And it's a make over for the Blackberry not only other new phones running on new operating system but the company that makes them has changed its name to Blackberry ABC tech editor Joanna stern says he first -- -- Z ten may be too late for Blackberry. It's probably not enough to bring back all the people that once used black -- some people will definitely -- it for some of the new features. But a lot of people out there are really happy with their iPhone and their -- -- especially for their -- And -- -- ten won't be available until mid march. And Nintendo would admit sales of its new Wii U game console have been slower than it hoped when Nintendo this morning says -- will not be any price cuts Rosie attacked -- Have a wonderful Thursday I'm rob Nelson.

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