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  • BlackBerry's BBM goes social

    In an attempt to update their messaging service and make up for sagging sales, BlackBerry introduced a new version of BlackBerry Messaging that turns the service into a social network. But will it be enough to save BlackBerry?

  • Furby is back. Sorry, parents. (+video)

    Furby is emerging as one of the hot toys for the upcoming holiday season and Black Friday. No, this isn’t 1998 – the newest Furby is smartphone-compatible.

  • Briefing Bitcoin FAQ: 7 semi-clear answers to your questions

    It can be difficult to grasp the concept of Bitcoin and other 'cryptocurrencies.' Trust us, it's a challenge to explain it clearly, too. Here's a primer on what Bitcoin is and how it works.

  • Google Play Newsstand seeks to mobilize news

    Google Play Newsstand is streamlining mobile news apps, offering more room for experimentation in publishing apps. But news outlets may be growing tired of hiding behind the tech giant's platform.

  • Xbox One: A pro and con list for Microsoft

    The Xbox One is Microsoft's first game console release in eight years, and the company is prepared for the console to take gamers by storm. But from a tech business perspective, the Xbox One may not have the debut Microsoft is hoping for.

  • Horizons iOS 7.1: What to expect from the update

    iOS 7.1 is right around the corner. Apple released a beta of the upcoming phone and tablet OS. What's new this time around?

  • Tesla battery fires get NHTSA probe

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened an investigation into battery fires in Tesla Model S electric cars. The Tesla fires broke out in two of the cars in the U.S. after the undercarriage hit metal road debris. 

  • Horizons Google Play Music finally makes appearance on the Apple iPhone

    The iOS Google Play Music app is free to download, but to make the most of it, you'll need an All Access membership, which will cost you 10 bucks a month. 

  • Hacking tool threatens Healthcare.gov site

    A new hacking tool called "Destroy Obama Care," circulating on social media, is designed to cripple the Healthcare.gov insurance exchange site. The "Destroy Obama Care" software is rudimentary, though, and security researchers say it probably isn't much of a threat to Healthcare.gov.

  • Gogo 'Talk & Text' will keep you plugged in at 30,000 feet

    The new Gogo app, which will be available for iOS and Android smart phones, uses the plane's Wi-Fi network. 

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Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

 
 
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