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Google's Wednesday morning press event there featuring the head of Android, Chrome, and online apps. Could this augur the beginning of tighter ties between Chrome and Android?

- Netflix Inc stock is set to open around 4 percent lower after the online entertainment company reported less-than-expected quarterly subscriber growth, undermining investor hopes for a dream run from its own programs.

NEW YORK - Verizon Wireless, the biggest U.S. mobile service provider, on Tuesday announced three new phones under its Droid smartphone brand from Google Inc's Motorola and said that Motorola would be its exclusive Droid phone vendor going forward.

 Printer maker Lexmark International Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly results and said revenue would fall less than anticipated in 2013 due to big contract wins in services and software, sending its shares up 11.5 percent.

 Cisco Systems Inc said on Tuesday it plans to purchase cybersecurity company Sourcefire Inc for $2.7 billion, a deal that analysts say should spark more acquisitions in the industry as large vendors seek to profit from growing demand for IT security.

 A booming market in recent years for selling and renting used college textbooks has saved students across the United States a ton of cash.

The company is playing a long game for its original series, watching progress from season to season. That means sacrifices, and a long wait, before seeing if it can be the phenomona Netflix hopes.

AT&T beats the Street, reporting slightly higher than expected revenue for the second quarter thanks to solid sales from wireless services.

Repeat after me: Bill Gates is not going to return to running Microsoft.

exclusive The man behind Def Jam, who brought hip-hop to the masses, is out to create stars on YouTube through the newly spun All Def Music. And he's teaming up with the world's largest music company to do it.

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In a first-of-its-kind clinical trial, physician-scientists found that sleep quality impacts skin function and aging. The study, commissioned by Estée Lauder, demonstrated that poor sleepers ...

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