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Late News: US Drones Attacked by Virus, Chrome Remote Desktop Add-on, Nintendo Announces Blue Wii Bundle

The Predator and Reaper Drones of the U.S. have been hit by a mysterious computer virus that is reportedly logging pilots’ each and every keystroke as and when they are operating the drones for a mission.

The Chaos Computer Club (CCC) has discovered a malware designed by the German government to spy on its citizens, which has been lurking in the wild. According to the German government, the malware in question is used by German law enforcement agencies as a ‘lawful interception’ software for keeping track of calls made over the Internet.

At the International Electronics Forum 2011 in Seville, a senior fellow from Hewlett Packard declared that his company, within 18 months, will replace the NAND flash and solid state drives (SSD) with a new non-volatile memory chip.

Search giant Google has released a brand new extension for its fast growing Chrome browser with the vision of allowing users to remotely control another computer within the same network, the company announced.

Japanese video games giant Nintendo has announced that it will be launching a blue coloured Wii console in November. The company said that it plans to launch a bundle, which will include the blue Wii and the Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games game on November 18.