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Blackberry CEO John Chen says the company is trying to attract 'professional people' who care about being 'secure, private and productive.'
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T-Mobile CEO John Legere explains his company's new plan to allow customers to roll over data, not just minutes.
CNNMoney reconstructs Man Haron Monis' digital footprints, including pages that were removed. Laurie Segall reports.
Amazon has fulfillment centers in 12 countries around the globe, but did you know that its first was CEO Jeff Bezos' garage in Seattle? Check out these 5 stats about the online retailer.
For a health conscious person or an outdoorsy type. Consider activity trackers, they're more than just hype. They measure your steps, distance, sleep patterns and more. And can help inspire a couch potato to get out the door.
So you've found gifts for almost everyone on your lists. But what to get 'someone who has everything,' a question persists. Fret no more, here's an idea for a starter. Give them a gadget to make their home smarter.