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Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Aug 28, 2013

Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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Although its smartphone business is hurting, BlackBerry may spin off its popular messaging service. All this comes as the company could be getting ready to put the whole firm up for sale. And Nissan says it will offer self-driving cars by the year 2020. Google is also in that space. But driverless cars raise unusual new legal issues we really haven't had to think about before.

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Nebraska Apple store is actually a classroom

Aug 28, 2013
It’s the first student-run Apple Store for aspiring marketers, accountants, and entrepreneurs.

Who gets a ticket when there's no one behind the wheel?

Aug 28, 2013
Driverless cars are on the horizon. So are new legal challenges to deal with them.

A quarter century of 'Madden NFL'

Aug 28, 2013
What's behind the popularity of one of history's most successful video game franchises?

The Syrian Electronic Army strikes again

Aug 28, 2013
The New York Times and Twitter are its latest targets.

Burning Man isn't just for music, drugs, and dancing anymore

Aug 28, 2013
The alternative culture festival is big among the tech scene.

Although its smartphone business is hurting, BlackBerry may spin off its popular messaging service. All this comes as the company could be getting ready to put the whole firm up for sale. And Nissan says it will offer self-driving cars by the year 2020. Google is also in that space. But driverless cars raise unusual new legal issues we really haven’t had to think about before.

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