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NASA launches an iPhone application, Sprint kicks off its first official week of WiMax, and Netflix raises the cost of Blu-ray rentals by a whole dollar.
A high-tech bike ride around Sydney shows off how little thought many companies and individuals give to wireless security.
The technique is called wardriving, and it allows hackers to detect vulnerabilities in a retailer's wireless network in order to lift credit and debit card information. In Wednesday's edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Dan Farber discuss the latest charge against 11 people accused of this multinational crime.
Albert Gonzalez, who pleaded guilty to snatching customer credit card numbers from T.J.Maxx, BJ's Wholesale Club, and Barnes & Noble, faces decades in prison.
Albert Gonzalez asks to withdraw his guilty pleas, saying his activities were authorized and directed by U.S. government agents.
Life at the Googleplex has grown a little more tense following the stunning admission that Google had been collecting personal data from Wi-Fi networks for years. How did this happen?