TechBytes: Atari, BlackBerry

Atari files for bankruptcy so it can separate from its French parent company.
0:55 | 01/22/13

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In today's tech mites -- tolerate wants a divorce the video game pioneers US division has filed for bankruptcy so it can split from its French parent company. I've already owns the rights to classics like pong and asteroids and now produces digital games. And you may someday find Blackberry software on devices made by other companies. He had a Research in Motion says that's a possibility but first -- I am Wednesday see how its new Blackberry phones due to will be introduced this week. San Antonio will soon have a public library without books or at least printed books. Then Leo tech -- only had. And there on the New York City Subway the other day was one of the wealthiest men in the world Google co-founder Sergey Brin Google glasses he wore in game away. We're in is worth more than twenty billion dollars certainly enough for a limo that those -- tech -- I'm rob Nelson.

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