Hackers have descended on Vegas in full force for the annual Black Hat security conference. What's on their minds? CNET's Robert Vamosi called in from Sin City and talked with CNET News' Leslie Katz.
Plus, someone claims to have found a mechanism on the new iPhone software that would let Apple remotely remove blacklisted applications from your phone. Is Apple trying to play "big brother" or simply save consumers from malicious apps that slipped through the cracks?
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