TechBytes: Hackers, Microsoft

More than half of all American adults have been hacked in the last year.
1:00 | 05/29/14

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Transcript for TechBytes: Hackers, Microsoft
In today's tech -- a startling new report finds that half of American adults have been hacked within past twelve months. And it's not just individuals at risk a new study finds that businesses and institutions are lagging behind in their efforts to combat -- Microsoft is making it easier to conduct multi lingual video chats with Skype translate the service will allow users to hear real time translation of all participants. It's expected to launch by the end of the year. It isn't race car going mainstream -- -- technologies is looking to launch a new aerodynamic vehicle which would be illegal to drive on public roads and get seventy miles per gallon there's no word yet. -- -- automaker may sign on to manufacture the car. And have you heard one about the robot who tells jokes or Japanese scientists say that even moved to. He's able to carry on a short conversation cracked a joke and even sense whether humans think it's funny. Those are your -- -- them Diana press ice Thursday.

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