TechBytes (03.23.12)

Verizon says that hackers mostly look to steal personal information.
2:08 | 03/23/12

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In today's -- -- it's getting personal Verizon reports that 95% of the data stolen -- personal information the year before that accounted for just 1%. Verizon attributing the surge in activism hackers who want to show off by posting Bandana on line. And T-Mobile the nation's fourth largest cellphone carrier is cutting 19100. Jobs during the fourth quarter of last year -- T-Mobile lost more than 800000. Contract subscribers to the company is forced to cut staff it's also closing second call centers. And Americans lost about thirty billion dollars worth of cellphones last year hang on earphones everybody Philadelphia topping the list and losing -- we -- displacement and coffee shops bars. And restaurants and a work. And Windows Phone users shouldn't get caught up in all the hype about the release of Angry Birds and space because they're not -- the game the publisher says there's just not and that demand and -- -- -- tech -- and Paula bears have a great day.

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