TechBytes: Gmail; 'Destiny' Gaming

Google denies its servers were hacked after Gmail passwords were posted on a Russian bitcoin forum.
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-- -- in today's tech by it's time to change your Gmail password information about nearly five million -- not actresses is now posted on a Russian hackers for on. However many the passwords appear to be outdated Google denies its servers were hacked. If you haven't -- destiny you will it's on track to be one of the biggest video games in history. Activision reports orders of 500 million dollars in just the first 24 hours since its launch. Analysts say it's on track to become the top selling game of the year. FaceBook trying out a new south destruct feature which allows users to post items for a short period of time ranging from one hour to one week. It's currently being offered to some users on Facebook's iPhone and iPad app. If he looks appeared to so called -- death outlined Wednesday in weren't alone several web sites including next licks participated -- Internet slowdown -- to show support. For net neutrality those are your tech -- -- -- nine and.

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