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Dell enters U.S. smartphone market with Aero

Dell Inc. on Tuesday released its first U.S. smartphone, entering the increasingly crowded market with a 3.5-inch Android device called the Aero that costs about $100 on AT&T network.

Sonic inks online deal with Sears

Sears Holdings Corp. on Tuesday became the latest retailer to partner with digital media company Sonic Solutions to sell movies and television shows through an online website.

Kristen Stewart ready for ‘Breaking Dawn’

Kristen Stewart says she can't wait to sink her teeth into "Breaking Dawn," claiming the two-part finale in the "Twilight" film franchise is "going to be a trip."

Jackson’s doc to keep California medical license

A judge on Monday ruled that Michael Jackson's physician can keep his California medical license, and he set August 23 as the start date for a preliminary hearing into a manslaughter charge against Dr. Conrad Murray.

Lee DeWyze wins ‘American Idol’ in upset

Dark horse Lee DeWyze was crowned winner of "American Idol" on Wednesday, beating front-runner Crystal Bowersox in an upset result.

A Minute with Brett Ratner on ‘Kites’

'Rush Hour' director remixes Bollywood blockbuster

Arrest warrant lifted for Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan will not be arrested when she returns to the United States from the Cannes Film Festival, despite a judge's order on Thursday that the hard-partying actress be detained for missing a probation hearing in a drunken-driving case.

Lindsay Lohan could face jail time

Lindsay Lohan has been ordered to attend a probation hearing on Thursday that could result in jail time for reportedly missing alcohol education classes imposed for a 2007 drunken driving case.

NBC harnesses social media to win viewers

NBC is looking to social media to help it rise from its bottom place among the big four U.S. television networks.












No drugs involved in Marie Osmond’s son’s death

Drugs or alcohol played no role in the suicide of singer Marie Osmond's 18-year-old son, Los Angeles authorities said Wednesday after examining his body.

Paul McCartney picks indie to reissue catalog

Paul McCartney said Tuesday he would reissue his extensive post-Beatles catalog through independent label Concord Music Group, dealing a blow to his former distributor, the struggling EMI Group.

Cirque du Soleil to create Jackson show

Cirque du Soleil will develop a series of shows based on the music and songs of Michael Jackson, representatives for the late singer's estate said on Tuesday.