Facebook bites back

Facebook responds to the Princeton review, an old NES game is selling for thousands of dollars on eBay, and TigerDirect is now taking BitCoin.

Facebook pokes Princeton back:

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In this episode of Update:

- Facebook does some of its own research in response to Princeton's paper.

- Rare NES game fetches thousands on eBay.

- Is a new Apple TV incoming?

- The Macintosh celebrates 30 years.

- Bitcoin is now being accepted at TigerDirect.

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