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Chris Ciaccia answers readers' questions on Apple, Tesla, Microsoft, and what kind of 4K TV to get.
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Tesla has gone through some growing pains lately, but investors are hoping much of those problems are behind them.
Tesla Motors has gone through some growing pains as of late; however, investors are hoping much of those problems are behind them.
IBM is so serious about the potential for its Watson computing system that it's taking it to Japan.