TechBytes: Wii U, Facebook Advertising

The Nintendo Wii U has sold out completely in the U.S.
0:53 | 11/27/12

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In today's tech -- don't look for the Nintendo Wii U at stores for awhile the new gaming consoles sold out in its first week in the US. More than 400000. Units Nintendo -- should be more to stores but it can't make them fast enough. Consumer watchdog groups are urging FaceBook to stop some propose policy changes. They say it'll be easier for advertisers to get users' personal data and they -- that users can no longer vote on policy changes. FaceBook and other social media sites are being used to promote giving Tuesday -- mostly online effort to get charitable donations and volunteers. Organizers say there's a day for giving thanks to forgetting deals and this is a day simply for getting back. As Samsung wants you to know that your new galaxy phone or tablet -- -- so -- releases video showing stress tests one of them includes a robot. Backside in jeans sitting on the phone over and over -- -- tech -- I'm rob Nelson.

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