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Phil Coke and Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers celebrate after beating the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series. Through the power of modern technology, fans could experience the game even if they weren't in front of a television screen. Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images hide caption

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For Sports Fans, A Plethora Of Platforms To Watch On

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An Iranian boy holds a tray of eggs at a grocery store in Tehran last month. From Sunday, Sept. 30, to Monday, Oct. 1, the Iranian currency lost nearly one-third of its value against the dollar. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Signals From Iran Indicate Willingness To Talk

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Drinking diet soda and other low-calorie drinks may help you manage weight, but experts say plain old H2O is still the best way to go. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Swapping Out Sugary Soda For Diet Drinks May Help Tip The Scale In Your Favor

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Machinarium from Amanita Design is an adventure game centered a robot who has been sent to the scrap heap. Players solve puzzles to help the robot return to the city. Amanita Design hide caption

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6 New Video Games That Will Get You Hooked

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The popularity of ABC Family shows like Pretty Little Liars has encouraged mainstream stars like Adam Lambert to get in on the action. Eric McCandless/ABC Family hide caption

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Ratings Success? It's All In The (ABC) Family

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