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A recent update to Microsoft's Cortana allowed the virtual assistant to begin predicting outcomes of various sporting events. What would happen if you were to place bets on the outcomes of these sporting events using nothing but its recommendations?
Dell announced a bevy of new products geared toward the classroom and they include a new Chromebook, a Windows laptop and a tablet that runs either Android or Win 8.
Have you ever wondered what would happen to your Facebook profile after your pass away? According to The Wall Street Journal, a new group of options will let you pick a digital executor to run your page as a memorial, or elect to have your profile deleted once it's proven that you've passed away.
A new, err, rash of problems has cropped up with Fitbit's latest wristbands. An ABC7 News San Francisco report says the publication discovered over 200 cases on social media of people complaining about getting rashes from wearing the company's bands.
At long last, our national nightmare is over. Seven US networks (AT&T, Bluegrass Cellular, Cellcom, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular and Verizon) are now honoring a voluntary code of conduct that, among other things, lets you get your phone unlocked after you've paid off your device or service contract.
Apple is warning customers that Aperture, its neglected professional photo-editing app, will be pulled from the Mac App Store this spring in order to make way for Photos. If you've already purchased it, you should still have the option of restoring your Aperture copy if you lose it.