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Netflix's blink-and-you-missed-it 'Hemlock Grove' to return

Netflix greenlights a shorter second season of the supernatural horror thriller that flew under the radar, sandwiched between the hyper-hyped "Arrested Development" and critical darling "House of Cards."

By June 20, 2013

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Netflix kicks off latest original series 'Hemlock Grove'

All 13 episodes of Netflix's newest original series are available for streaming starting Friday.

By April 19, 2013

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Obama speaks at Intel plant, praises Grove

Speaking at an Intel chip plant in Oregon, President Obama reserves special praise for Andy Grove, an Intel co-founder.

By February 18, 2011

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Intel's Andy Grove on manufacturing in America

The chipmaker's position as a U.S. high-tech company making big investments in domestic manufacturing is one that's increasingly rare. Andy Grove explains why.

By November 5, 2010

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Why Andy Grove is right

Former Intel CEO Andy Grove compellingly argues that more manufacturing needs to be done in the U.S.

By July 6, 2010

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Why Andy Grove is right

This post initially mislabeled Hon Hai Precision Industry, Co., as Chinese. It's headquartered in Taiwan.

By July 6, 2010

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Intel's Grove: Something foul in Silicon Valley

At a star-studded event in Mountain View, Calif., former Intel CEO Andrew Grove criticizes the current state of the patent system in Silicon Valley.

By May 3, 2009

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Andy Grove urges Intel to build car batteries

Former Intel CEO--now a plug-in vehicle advocate--says the chip giant should make electric car batteries to diversify and jump-start the alternative-energy field.

By December 12, 2008

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Understanding Snapchat: Why nothing is everything

commentary CNET's Jennifer Van Grove explains how she went from intellectual observer to active participant, and how Snapchat is like "Seinfeld."

By January 4, 2014

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Andy Grove: Wireless future is 'messy'

During an Intel media event unveiling wireless hot spots at San Francisco International Airport, Intel co-founder Andy Grove tells CNET's Brian Cooley he rarely uses Wi-Fi himself.

November 1, 2007