TechBytes: Hacking, Bill Gates

A security firm has traced the recent hacking to a building used by the Chinese military.
0:54 | 02/19/13

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And today's tech -- pointing the finger at China. A computer security firm says -- -- -- the recent attacks on US businesses and government agencies to the Chinese army the company has traced the hacking to a building. In Shanghai use -- army unit. Bill Gates admits there's more Microsoft could be doing any tell CBS news the company he founded. Missed a chance to take the lead in cell phones but gates says Microsoft has done some amazing things in the past year. Samsung does have a lead in cell phones and reportedly will announce the next version of its top mobile device next month the galaxy S -- the S three is giving the iPhone a run for its money. And while there are more than fourteen billion web pages on the Internet Mair all connected in Hungarian physicist claims. Anyone pages only separated from any other -- nineteen clicks or even fewer. -- search engines and sites that collect news stories act as -- -- your -- might have a great day I'm rob Nelson.

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