TechBytes: Living Social Hacked, 'Star Trek'

Living Social users are being encouraged to change passwords after personal information was hacked.
3:00 | 04/30/13

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Transcript for TechBytes: Living Social Hacked, 'Star Trek'
In today's tech -- a warning from the popular web -- living social the site is urging all users to change their passwords after a recent security breach affected fifty million users. Names birth dates and encrypted versions of their password to may have been compromised. This week's video game review -- start check the video game the game based on the 2009 film starring Chris pine and accurate Qyntel. Has been one of the most highly anticipated of the year but does it live up to the height. Cnet's Dan Ackerman -- -- If -- didn't have anything to do -- Star -- would be OK game went to and the Star Trek stuff and he really decent tech character writing of the voice -- work. That it becomes really interest me. Star -- will be available for Xbox-360. And PlayStation 3 and happy tenth birthday to Apple's iTunes. Today eight people and a 119 countries have downloaded more than 25 billion songs and those higher -- -- I'm Diana perhaps.

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