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LOS GATOS, Calif. (AP) — Netflix executives John Ciancutti and Todd Yellin are trying to create a video-recommendation system that knows you better than an old friend. It's a critical mission as Netflix faces pressure from its Internet video rivals and subscribers still smarting from recent price hikes.
SHANGHAI (AP) — China has set up a rare earths industry association to fend off trade complaints and help regulate the sector that is critical to global high-tech manufacturing.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — New IBM chief Virginia Rometty was at the Masters after all.
NEW YORK (AP) — About 40,000 AT&T landline workers are staying on the job this week without a contract, their union said Sunday.
LONDON (AP) — Britain's Home Office said Sunday its website was temporarily unavailable overnight, and hackers are claiming responsibility for shutting it down.
BEIJING (AP) — Authorities have indicted five people in central China for involvement in illegal organ trading after a teenager sold one of his kidneys to buy an iPhone and an iPad.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah health officials said Friday that hackers who broke into state computers last weekend stole far more medical records than originally thought, and the data likely includes Social Security numbers of children who have received public assistance.
NEW YORK (AP) — If you think texting while walking is dangerous, just wait until everyone starts wearing Google's futuristic, Internet-connected glasses.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Driving is becoming so last century.
NEW YORK (AP) — A federal appeals court revived a 5-year-old copyright case against YouTube on Thursday, finding that a jury might conclude that the online video service knew it was infringing rights when it allowed the distribution of videos of popular television shows and other programs.