Web Exclusive: Dozens sent to hospital from Avicii concert

Web Exclusive: Dozens sent to hospital from Avicii concert

(CBS/CNN) - Dozens of people at a concert in Boston had to be treated for dehydration, drugs and alcohol.  They were hospitalized during a show by superstar DJ, Avicii. He's the artist behind the song "Wake Me Up."  Boston EMS says that 36 people were taken to local hospitals and another 50 people were treated inside the TD Garden.  Witnesses say people were lying on the ground passed out.

Singer Adam Levine tells GQ Magazine he doesn't really care if people like him, but would like it if you did.  He thinks he gets a reputation as a womanizer, but admits that he's not the easiest person to love.  Levine acknowledges he's cocky, but not arrogant.  And sorry ladies, he tells the magazine that Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo has his heart.  The two plan on getting married in Mexico July 19th.

Also trending today, Facebook and Instagram can be a great way to make new friends, but an Alabama company has come up with a way for your pets to be 'social' too.  Lee Todd's company Fallen Silo, put their passion for pets and technology together to create the app called, Petwink.

The app allows you to post photos of your pet.  You can also give someone's pet photo a wink, meaning you like their photo.  You can make friends with pet lovers in your hometown or across the country. Todd says he came up with the idea after he couldn't find any buddies for his two 16-week old pugs.  

Google says 40 auto industry partners have signed up for its new Andorid Auto, a voice activated interface that will give you directions to get around traffic and help you make calls and pick music with fewer distractions.  The tech giant also unveiled new smart watch technology.  Users can see messages, access apps, and use other features normally available on your smart phone.


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