Instant Index: Original 'Apple One' Computer Sold at Auction

David Muir reveals the top stories that have people buzzing this week.
0:48 | 05/25/13

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Transcript for Instant Index: Original 'Apple One' Computer Sold at Auction
Or is an index here it is Saturday night starting with a skyscraper being kicked off the holiday weekend Six Flags opening its latest real life check it out -- -- Texas and hear the numbers tonight. 24 free hanging seats with seat belts suing writers 400 feet -- forty stories high sky. Traveling nearly as fast -- cars. On the highway below about this holiday weekend also -- in the -- the night daredevil defying gravity. Christian -- now the first man to walk a tightrope between the towers -- -- saint Stephen's cathedral he made the walk nearly 200 feet not once. But four times what he's done it today saying -- -- -- of the original -- someone paid more than 640000. Dollars. For original apple one computer that's 1976. When only six in the world still working. It includes the documentation signed by Steve Jobs.

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