Tech Teardown: Mar. 4

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On Tuesday's edition of Tech Teardown, host Erin Kennedy and Motley Fool tech and telecom bureau chief Evan Niu break down the biggest stories in tech from the market today. They take a look at the newest tablet sales numbers from Gartner and discuss how the market shares have shifted in that space, as well as more news on Apple, such as its CFO departing, its new in-car ecosystem, and a major ramping up of Apple TV sales. Evan and Erin also discuss Zynga and whether or not the company will finally make a foray into online gambling, as well as its upcoming new reboot of three of its most important franchises.

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