CNET Update talks Apple, Google, and the NSA:
Apple refunds, Chrome mobile update, and NSA spying
In this episode of CNET Update:
- Apple's refunding at least $32.5 million for kids' in-app purchases.
- Apple CEO Tim Cook is feeling pretty good about China.
- Google is trying to conserve your mobile data usage through Chrome.
- The NSA is using radio waves to tap into computers that aren't connected to the Internet.
- A new Blackphone tries to quash the surveillance threat.
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