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Blue chips surge as fears ebb

US blue chips ended higher on Friday after comments from a top Federal Reserve official eased fears of an early interest rate hike, but technology stocks sagged after disappointing news from bellwethers International Business Machines Corp and Nokia Corp.

US stocks edge higher as investors ponder next move after rally

Wall Street advanced for a fourth straight session Thursday, meandering higher as some mixed economic signals left investors indecisive about their next move following this week's big gains.

A `King' without a crown

While the box office remains steady for Peter Jackson's i>King Kong/i>, it's safe to say that i>Titanic's/irecord is safe. Where did those of us predicting spectacular numbers for i>Kong/igo wrong?

Al Gore warms up on an issue close to his heart

I>An Inconvenient Truth/I- in which Al Gore, the two-term vice president of the United States, warns that global warming is a profound threat - is full of charts, graphs and ominous statistics about rising carbon dioxide levels and melting ice caps.

Singer-guitarist Louise Post still has a taste for Veruca Salt

There's a reason singer-guitarist Louise Post continues to work under the name Veruca Salt, even though she is the only original member of the alt-rock band she and Nina Gordon helped found in 1993.

Michael Moore's film festival benefits Michigan town

When Michael Moore launched the Traverse City Film Festival two summers ago, many locals were sceptical.

Report: Toshiba may end HD DVD video format

Japanese electronics maker Toshiba might withdraw its HD DVD next-generation video format, Kyodo News agency reported Saturday.

Trying to fathom the mystery of 2001: A Space Odyssey

I>2001: A Space Odyssey/Istands as the finest science-fiction film ever made and the purest visual film in the history of cinema.

Netflix's movie-streaming service among coming attractions to Microsoft's Xbox 360

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox 360 video game console will be able to stream thousands of movies over the Internet, thanks to a deal announced Monday with Netflix Inc. that highlights the way gaming devices are expanding into all-purpose home-entertainment hubs.

New book examines the mystery of the Scarface phenomenon

A quarter century since its December 1983 release, I>Scarface/Iremains a towering pop-cult phenom, a hyperactive gangster pic embraced by hip-hop artists, gangsta rappers, frat boys, gamers, poster merchants, blingmeisters and movie mavens who delight in dropping signature Tony Montana lines into their everyday yammer.