TechBytes: Chinese Hackers, 'Grand Theft Auto V'

Major media outlets are claiming that they were victims to Chinese hackers.
0:52 | 02/01/13

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In today's tech bytes more than just the New York Times other major US media companies such as the Wall Street Journal say they have been the victims of Chinese hackers just like the times it's believed the hackers had ties to the Chinese Government. Apple still dominates the tablet computer market with a big increase in shipments for the fourth quarter but a research group says Apple's marketshare is shrinking while Samsung share more than doubled. FaceBook is now offering gift cards its latest effort to make money. Retailers participating so far include Jumbo juice target an olive garden the program is being rolled out gradually so you might not see it right away on FaceBook. -- -- of the popular video game series we'll have to wait a little longer for the next installment the release of Grand Theft Auto five has been. Pushed back to later this year this publisher simply wants a little more time in order to polish parts of the popular video game does your tech might have a phenomenal Friday. I'm rob Nelson.

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