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Intel Woos Hollywood Studios With New Microchip

Stream movies on your home computer with Intel's new chip.

Vizio's Android Smartphone to Trigger Low-Cost War

Vizio attempts to fill in the price gap in tablets.

Slow Growth Ahead In Semiconductors

Things could ramp down after a record 2010, according to a report.

Facebook Narrowing Gap With Google?

The social-networking site passed Big G as the most-visited site in 2010.

American Airlines Removed From Expedia

The travel site makes the next move in the dispute between the companies.

S&P's Top Internet Predictions for 2011

Google in China, Apple on the cloud, and more.

Ford to Recall 15,000 Vehicles

Some 2011 crossover models present a fire risk.

10 Great Tech Triumphs of 2010

A look at 10 of the best products and services from the past year.

Fairholme Scores Big on AIG Stake

Bruce Berkowitz must be one happy man.

Goldman Sachs Plans Tighter Bonus Rules

Goldman says it can withold bonuses.

Kindle: Amazon's All-Time Best-Seller

Kindle takes the Amazon sales cake.

New Year's Resolution? There's an App for That

Get organized with a smartphone.

Best of Microsoft Kinect Hacks

There are a lot of possibilities if you look under the hood.

What's on IBM's "Next Five in Five"?

The company sees "breathing batteries" and holographic calls by 2015.

Google Shells Out $1.9 Billion for NYC Office Space

The 18-story building will be home to Google's 2,000-plus workforce in New York.

GM Recalling 109,000 Vehicles

The automaker puts out the call to fix airbags and rear axles.

What's Next for Apple TV?

Sales touched 1 million this week.

Microsoft Warns of IE Bug

The glitch could allow hackers access to a computer.

IBM's "Racetrack" Closer to Starting Its Engine

The technology would provide massive storage space in media players.

Google Takes on iTunes: Buy Android Apps and Bill It on AT&T Account

AT&T Android customers can buy apps more easily.