Target hack hits 40M accounts

Hackers steal credit and debit card data on 40 million Target shoppers, two airlines stand up against in-flight phone calls, and a Google app helps you go caroling.

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In this episode of CNET Update:

- Watch your credit and bank statements if you shopped at a Target store recently. Hackers stole detailed credit card info for 40 million customers.

- Don't worry too much about the annoyance of in-flight phone chatter. Some airlines are dismissing the idea.

- Windows Phone users can stream between devices with new Xbox video and music apps.

- Google's Search app helps you go caroling. If you're not the sing-along type, there's plenty of free holiday music to stream.

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