TechBytes: Internet Attacks, Touch Screens

Symantec found that over the last year Internet attacks were up and spam was down.
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In today's tech bytes more targeted cyber attacks but less spam email has been seen by Internet users last year that's according to an annual report by security company Symantec. It found a 42% rise in the number of attacks averaging around -- 116 per day it also found -- And accounted for 69% of all email in 2012 down from 75% the year before. Amy Cindy able to control your HP computer -- waving your finger in the air. The computer maker plans to integrate -- motion controllers in some of its PCs later on this year other devices like its tablets and Smartphones are likely to -- -- And a Japanese invention can turn papering to touch screens combining cameras with a projector. You can Trace your finger across the document to highlight images or text then digitize has been selected. Machine picks up both flat and curved surfaces the -- hopes to commercialize this idea next year -- -- tech -- and and a perhaps.

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