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."
All 13 episodes of Netflix's newest original series are available for streaming starting Friday.
Speaking at an Intel chip plant in Oregon, President Obama reserves special praise for Andy Grove, an Intel co-founder.
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.
This post initially mislabeled Hon Hai Precision Industry, Co., as Chinese. It's headquartered in Taiwan.
Former Intel CEO Andy Grove compellingly argues that more manufacturing needs to be done in the U.S.
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.
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.
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.
Paul Otellini talks with NPR's Moira Gunn about his status as the first nonengineer Intel CEO. In describing his year as the assistant to former chairman and CEO Andy Grove, Otellini says he learned that he couldn't pull the wool over Grove's eyes. Intellectual honesty is a requirement, he concludes.