TechBytes (02.02.12)

In newspaper ads Microsoft slams Google's new privacy policies.
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In today's tech -- Microsoft slams of Google's privacy policies Microsoft is running full page ads and major newspapers that say Google's new -- guidelines don't benefit users. Instead they provide more data for advertisers Microsoft says -- suggest using its Hotmail and bing services instead. The Star Wars the Old Republic video game is off to a good start the publisher reports two million companies have been sold and the game is one point seven million online subscribers but many of them are still on free trial so. It's not certain yet the game will be profitable. And NFL is using social media to help a 150000. Fans expected Indianapolis this Sunday. The first ever Super Bowl social media command center. Is monitoring 300 -- words on Twitter FaceBook and other sites the fifty staffers are ready to answer questions such as where to eat. And even which parking garage is still have space is available. -- the insect bites I'm rob Nelson.

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