The Pentagon released a report on Monday linking the Chinese military to cyberattacks on US government systems. But the report also detailed the Chinese military's development of hardware Anchor Marco Werman talks with Mary Kay Magistad in Beijing.
Chinese basketball fans will be pleased to hear that Kobe Bryant is on Weibo. The NBA star opened his account Wednesday on the Chinese equivalent of Twitter. In fact, thousands of Chinese NBA fans are already following him.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Jim Lewis, director of the Technology and Public Policy Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington about the ever-changing ways the US is dealing with cybersecurity.
Game developer Darius Kazemi has written a program that randomly purchases items from an online retailer and sends them to his home. His first surprise shipment included a recording of avant-garde European music. And he liked it.
Federal prosecutors say they've cracked the largest cyber crime syndicate ever, and they're charging 11 people from 5 different countries with identity theft, as The World's Matthew Bell follows the trail of the stolen credit card data.
Fans of J.R.R. Tolkien based in Britain have made their own version of The Lord of the Rings movie, but this one has made its premier on-line. The World's Alex Gallafent tells us about The Hunt for Gollum.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with a man in Denver who's exchanging wedding vows tomorrow with a woman in China. They'd planned on a wedding in Denver but the bride's visa was delayed. The wedding will go on, thanks to the internet software Skype.
Community leaders in Northern Ireland today are trying to figure out why violence has returned to the streets of Belfast. There've been riots for the past three nights. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Father Gary Donegan in the Ardoyne.