TechBytes: Apple Hacked, Meteors

Some of Apple's company computers were hacked.
0:53 | 02/20/13

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In today's tech -- apple gets hacked some employees Macintosh computers were infected with the same malware that hit Twitter and FaceBook. Apple says no customer data was compromised in has cleaned up the infection. You and your friends can get together for -- work out even if you're thousands of miles apart. Willow -- -- connects up to five participants with a trainer and via webcam the Wall Street Journal's Katie Burrell tried it out. I think they're really you know -- appealing option for people to. Don't want to leave their home don't -- to make a commitment to a -- really enjoy it work out classes hands like that personal one on one with the trainer. Willow -- work out classes started ten bucks an hour. And those meteorites and Russia last we went viral tracking service says he shower was the fastest video event to ever reach a hundred million views. And it's far past that now. Does your tech knights have a great day I'm rob Nelson.

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