TechBytes: 'Call of Duty,' Basketball App

The latest version of "Call of Duty" generates $1 billion in sales on the first day.
0:53 | 11/07/13

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In today's tech -- like Pacman and -- -- call of duty is an icon in gaming. Its latest version released Tuesday generated more than a billion dollars itself on its first day. It's a Grand Theft Auto 53 days to do that. The new nine -- 450 is a Smart basketball with sensors to monitor players' moves it pairs -- an iPhone to provide instant feedback. USA today's Ed -- got to look. The goal is really to turn your your phone into a -- -- quote coach. Using the basketball there's a bunch of ball handling drills in here shooting drills. And a coach an audio coach through the apple push you two triple faster and then go harder. It retails for 300 bucks and for -- Jessica Parker fans it is better late than never she -- Twitter this week and already has almost half a million followers those you tech might some John --

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