Techbytes: Call of Duty Earns $10 Billion

The newest title of the video game beat movies and music as this year's top entertainment launch.
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Transcript for Techbytes: Call of Duty Earns $10 Billion
Detect signs Colin duty celebrates a major milestone on the video game juggernaut has earned more than ten. Billion dollars since 2003. The new title was this year's top entertainment launch beating out games movies and music. We'll Cyber Monday just a week away. Consumers could find the best deal back day an expert has some helpful tips. Here's a couple of them how about this create a separate Twitter account for shopping and use that account. To follow brands and stores to you don't miss their tweets about discounts also tried hopes it dot com. The web cited apps take a look at your cart as a senior at for a better deal. I and it turns out people shop online while actually in line for the new study out this morning by Google. Done nearly 50% of 25 to 34 year old use their phone. To shop online while standing in line store. I think cents perfect sense. Does your deck by Intel ago when votes.

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