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Monday, October 19, 2009

Give Your Room a Makeover

Gorgeous interior designer Nina Freudenberger of Haus Interior helps revamp a DailyCandy staff member's dog decor-filled apartment. Everything Nina uses in this video is for sale on the Haus Interior website. The coolest thing: Prices start at just $12 (for checkered napkins) and max out around $300 (seriously). We’re talking throw pillows, vases, and old art books galore — all proving that a little can go a long way. Everything is available at hausinterior.com.

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Fight Outside 'Balloon Boy' Home

The scene outside the Heene home in Fort Collins, Colo., turned dangerous as a man allegedly confronts a local television crew. The Heene family came to national attention after a bizarre balloon incident.

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Fight Outside Heene Home

The scene outside the Heene home in Fort Collins, Colo., turned dangerous as a man allegedly roars up in a truck, and confronts a local television crew.

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Notebook: Medical Marijuana

The decision to relax federal policy on medical marijuana is sending the wrong message to Americans about illegal drugs. Katie Couric comments.

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Support for Legalizing Marijuana Reaches All-Time High

Forty-four percent of Americans think the use of marijuana should be made legal, up from the 36% who said the same at this time last year, and the highest in Gallup's history of asking this question.

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The "Tattoo the Cure" event was held at Body Design Tattoo and Piercing Studio. Owner Boomer Reynolds talks about the event, and Aubri Hill who got 2 pink ribbon tattoos at the studio in honor of a family member with breast cancer also talks.

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Israel's arms dealers predict bumper year

The arms industry employs an estimated 40,000 people in Israel and brings billions of dollars into the economy At this year's arms fair, dealers estimate that 2010 will be an even more prosperous year for weapons makers. Duration 01:47

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Unplugged: Is A Public Option Off The Table?

The Cato Institute's Michael Cannon and Center for American Progress' Jennifer Palmieri join Sharyl Attkisson to discuss the future of a public option in President Obama's health insurance reform. Plus; the heat is on in the battle for New Jersey's next governor.

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Unplugged: Will Corzine See A Second Term?

Top Democrats, including President Obama and Former President Bill Clinton, are campaigning for New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine but, as CBS News' John Bentley reports, is it enough for him to see a second term in office?

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Commodities to Watch - Gold, Copper

Today's Gold Prices are 53% Below 1980 Peak - Too Expensive for Diwali This Year?; According to Galena Asset Management, Copper May Fall Before 2010 Rally (Bloomberg News)

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Housing Outlook - Without Credit, We Could See Double Dip

Housing Recovery Slips - Interview with NAHB President Jerry Howard (Bloomberg News)

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Survey Says - Faith in Financials

Financial Trust Index - Interview with Paola Sapienza of Northwestern University (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Value Investing

Picking Value Stocks - Live! From 5th Annual Value Investing Congress in New York, NY: Interview with Joel Greenblatt of Gotham Capital (Bloomberg News)

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Update - Obama & Public Option

Democrats Resume Public Option Push (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Wire Taps on Wall Street

Inside Trading Crackdown - Interview with Former SEC Chairman David Ruder (Bloomberg News)

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Inside Look - Brrrrrracing for Winter

Winter 2009-2010 to Be 11% Colder Than 30-Year Normal - Interview with Commodity Weather Group President Matt Rogers (InBusiness)

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Golden Retriever Reads Cards

Abigail is a golden retriever who can read words. As Allison Bybee explains, her special trick is being used as a teaching tool to help a group of school children in Florida learn to read.

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The Currency Report - Asian Currencies

Hot Money - Asian Currencies on Fire (InBusiness)

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International Perspective - We're Not Falling Further

UK Mortgage Clampdown May Slow Homebuilder Recovery - Analysis and Discussion with Leslie Kent of Finncap (InBusiness)

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Hopes grow for AIDS vaccine: Nobel winner

Recent trials showing strides in reducing HIV infection have bolstered hopes for finding a vaccine to AIDS, Nobel Prize winner Fran�oise Barr�-Sinoussi said on Monday at the opening of an international conference on the issue. Duration: 00:41

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Foreign labour -- needed but unwanted in Italy

Under pressure from the far right, Italy's parliament recently passed one of the most stringent immigration laws in Europe. But Italian industry is heavily dependent on foreign labourers -- many of them Tunisians and Albanians who suffer daily discrimination. Duration: 01:36

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Inside Look - The Future Of Newspapers

Analysis and discussion with Vice-President-At-Large of Washington Post Benjamin Bradlee; There are new services which are sold to newspapers, including newspapers on the west coast and the theory is that perhaps the localization is a way to boost readership of these newspapers. (Bloomberg News)

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Media Monday - The Future of Newspapers

Murdoch and NY Times Look Westward - Interview with Washington Post VP-at-Large Benjamin Bradlee (InBusiness)

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International Business News Briefs

Russia May Sell Bonds; London Home Prices Climb; Japan Airlines Seeking Alliance with Delta and AMR; Nestle Soars as UBS Upgrades on Buyback Forecast; Stagecoach Makes "Highly Preliminary" Offer for National Express After CVC Capital Pulls Out (InBusiness)

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Inside Look - Private Equity Targets

Analysis and discussion with Chairman and C.E.O. of Lightyear Capital Don Marron; Recovery will be a long haul, commercial real estate is a telegraphed crash and consumer spending continues to cut spending. (Bloomberg News)

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Lawyer: No Tiger Ties

Lawyer denies report that his client supports a terrorist group. (Bloomberg News)

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FED Works With Counterparties

Federal investigators are ready to take down more insider-trading networks. (Bloomberg News)

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Ageing French hunters target young blood

France has the largest hunting population in Europe, with close to a million devotees. But with an average age of 54, they're desperately trying to draw more young people into the fold. A voiced AFPTV report. Duration: 01:50

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In-Depth Look - National Papers Go Local

Analysis and discussion with Former Editor of San Francisco Examiner Lawrence Kramer; There are national newspapers that meet bigger numbers and its gets tougher for local newspapers to hold into market share. (Bloomberg News)

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Market Open 10.19

S&P is higher by 0.2%; Eaton beats its forecast; Hasbro's profits fall and Gannett's shares move higher. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama's Neighbor Selling Home

The house next to the first family's Chicago home is up for sale. Dean Reynolds spoke to the owner about the house, his sales pitch and being President Obama's neighbor.

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Bring the Steakhouse Home

Katie Lee shows how to make all the steakhouse favorites right in your home for a fraction of the price.

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Life Behind The Wheel In L.A.

Los Angeles is a city that embraces its car culture. But how do Angelino's feel about life behind the wheel? Shira Lazar hit the road to find out.

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Mad Science Experiments

Author Theo Grey showed Harry Smith simple experiments that should not be done at home.

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Avoiding Airline Fees

With airfares at their lowest levels in years, CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg gives Kelly Cobiella some tips on how to avoid expensive fees added on by airlines.

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Inside Look - Banking On The Recovery

Inside Look - Banking On The Recovery Analysis and discussion with Chairman and C.E.O. of Loop Capital Markets James Reynolds; He talks about banking, Icahn's offer to CIT and the insider-trading crackdown. (Bloomberg News)

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BB&T's 3Q Profit Miss

BB&T's profit falls 58% and misses consensus by two pennies. (Bloomberg News)

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Clear the Clutter

In the series, Early Gets Organized, Real Simple magazine's Kate Parker showed Hattie Kauffman how to clear the clutter in any room.

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Icahn Offers $6 Billion Loan For CIT

Icahn criticizes CIT board and may underwrite CIT loan. (Bloomberg News)

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Justice Says Law Wasn't Broken

Louisiana justice of the peace Keith Bardwell, who denied a marriage license to an interracial couple, spoke to Harry Smith about the incident, claiming he did not break the law.

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Interracial Marriage Denied

Harry Smith reports on the controversy in Louisiana involving a justice of the peace who refused to grant a marriage license to an interracial couple.

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JP Morgan Bullish On Ford

Ford has yet to report its results but JP Morgan expects the numbers to be pretty good. (Bloomberg News)

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Preventing Breast Cancer

Almost 200 thousand women will get diagnosed with breast cancer this year. Dr. Jennifer Ashton reports on four simple lifestyle changes can reduce the odds of getting the disease by nearly 40 percent.

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'Balloon Boy' Custody Questions

Harry Smith spoke with former prosecutor Wendy Murphy about the likelihood that family protective services will take action against the Heene family.

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In-Depth Look - Apple Set To Release Results

Analysis and discussion with Analyst of Hudson Square Research Daniel Ernst; Overall spending is down but Apple's market share increases by 300 points during the quarter. (Bloomberg News)

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Revisiting Steve McNair's Murder

New evidence uncovered by CBS News shows that chronological details of NFL star Steve McNair's death do not add up. Armen Keteyian reports.

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Defending 'Balloon Boy'

Harry Smith spoke with Heene family attorney David Lane about potential charges against the family for the alleged "balloon boy" hoax.

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'Balloon' Family May Face Charges?

Police are looking to charge the family of the "balloon boy" with felony charges for the alleged hoax. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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'Balloon' Family May Face Charges

Police are looking to charge the family of the "balloon boy" with felony charges for the alleged hoax. Hattie Kauffman reports.

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Inside Look - Portfolio Exit Strategy

Analysis and discussion with Co-President of Thomas H. Lee Partners Scott Sperling; There is a lot of work to be done on the portfolio companies to make them better businesses and position them to be better public candidates. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama's Vietnam?

Council on Foreign Relations' Richard Haas spoke with Harry Smith about President Obama's upcoming decision on whether to send more troops to hold back the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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iPhone Sales Change Picture

iPhone sales change global export picture as China takes over Germany as the world's biggest exporters. (Bloomberg News)

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Civilians flee Pakistan fighting

More than 100,000 people have fled South Waziristan, the lawless area on the Afghan border where Pakistan's military is leading a major onslaught on Taliban forces. At a camp in Dera Ismail Khan outside Waziristan, civilians were being registered as internally displaced persons. Duration: 00:45

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With rains coming, Zimbabwe races to fix pipes

Construction crews are ripping up streets across Zimbabwe's capital Harare, in a race to beat the upcoming rainy season and replace leaky sewers blamed for sparking the worst cholera epidemic the world has seen in decades. Duration: 01:38

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Evening News Online, 10.19.09

Monday: Colorado police now say that the "balloon boy" incident was in fact a hoax; Also, landmark reform for U.S. medical marijuana laws; And, Steve Hartman's "Assignment America."

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New Yorkers are passionate about their oysters

Long Island's best, the Blue Point oyster, is claiming its fame from the shores of oyster bay to the tabletops of Manhattan restaurants. Duration: 01:44

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Teen's Road to the White House

If you're concerned about the future of the U.S., the young man you're about to meet may just give you a reason for optimism. Steve Hartman reports.

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Inside Social Media

CBS News' Shira Lazar goes "On the Scene" at the Blog World Expo in Las Vegas, where she speaks with web site founder Ben Huh.

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Murder at a Spiritual Retreat?

Three people have now died after attending a new age, spiritual retreat in Sedona, Arizona. As Ben Tracy reports, authorities have labeled their deaths "homicides."

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Rescuing H1N1 Patients

Some doctors would like to use an experimental drug to help rescue H1N1 patients from the brink, if only they were allowed. Wyatt Andrews reports.

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A New Approach to Darfur

Over 300,000 people have died in the war-torn Darfur region of Western Sudan. As Chip Reid reports, the Obama White House says that they will take a new "kindler and gentler" approach to this region.

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Critics' Picks: 'La Dolce Vita'

A. O. Scott reviews one of his favorite movies of all time, Federico Fellini's "La Dolce Vita."

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Afghan Election Crisis

Out of three million votes cast for Afghan President Hamid Karzai, almost one-third were disqualified. As Mandy Clark reports, a run off may be inevitable, but will the results be fair?

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Medical Marijuana Reform

The Obama administration has unveiled a new set of more relaxed policies concerning medical marijuana use. Bill Whitaker reports on the potential impact of this reform in Los Angeles.

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Balloon Boy 'Hoax' Pops

After originally defending the parents of a boy falsely thought to have been trapped aboard a high-flying balloon, Colo. police now say that the Heene family has staged a hoax. Dean Reynolds reports.

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On Baseball With Jack Curry

Baseball reporter Jack Curry talks about the American and National League Championship Series.

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A Leap Above Backyard Bouncing

Competitive trampoline features the same thrilling flips and somersaults as diving and is beginning to attract attention in the United States.

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Deep Freeze Profits

Natural gas leads the source of choice mainly for the Midwest and Northeast. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - More Cases Like Galleon

Wiretaps are the center of the government's insider-trading case against Rajaratnam. (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Watch - Hasbro

Hasbro's earnings are a beat on the bottom line and a miss on the top line. (Bloomberg News)

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In-Depth Look - U.K. Financial Overhaul

The political pressure to crack down on unreasonable payments is politically dangerous to the government. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama And The Public Option

President Obama will not insist the public to be included in any final heath care bill. (Bloomberg News)

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Obama And The Public Option

President Obama will not insist the public to be included in any final heath care bill. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Currencies On Fire

Over the last few months, Asia currencies have seen the biggest rally since 1998. (Bloomberg News)

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Asian Currencies On Fire

Over the last few months, Asian currencies have seen the biggest rally since 1998. (Bloomberg News)

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White House: Rethink Those Bonuses

The administration warns big banks to stop opposing the consumer financial protection agency that President Obama wants to create. (Bloomberg News)

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Boosting Well-Being for a Longer, Healthier Life

Bestselling author Dan Buettner journeyed around the globe, investigating the places where people live the longest to find the secrets to living longer, healthier lives. Buettner discusses the practical implication of the lessons he learned in the first segment of Gallup’s special series, “Next Steps: Transforming Americans’ Health and Well-Being.”

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Boosting Well-Being for a Longer, Healthier Life

Bestselling author Dan Buettner journeyed around the globe, investigating the places where people live the longest to find the secrets to living longer, healthier lives. Buettner discusses the practical implication of the lessons he learned in the first segment of Gallup’s special series, “Next Steps: Transforming Americans’ Health and Well-Being.”

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Government Goes Underwater

Leaders from the island of Maldives take their fight against global warming to new depth. (Bloomberg News)

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Sri Lanka Falls On Arrest

Rajaratnams' arrest pushes stocks down in Sri Lanka. (Bloomberg News)

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Sri Lanka Falls On Arrest

Rajaratnam's arrest pushes stocks down in Sri Lanka. (Bloomberg News)

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New Gold Target: $2,000

Even with gold's more than 19% rally this year, history suggests the price of gold is far below all-time inflation-adjusted peak. (Bloomberg News)

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Do Not Mess With Texas

Texas Instruments expects $0.40 gains. (Bloomberg News)

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Apple's Meaty Margins

Gross margins for the fourth quarter are expected to be 35.5%. (Bloomberg News)

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Apple Reports Earnings

One of the reasons why stocks rise is because Apple reports quarterly results after the closing bell. (Bloomberg News)

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Opel-Magna Deal Not Signed Yet

Sources say Opel has a plant in Belgium but the deal will be signed on Wednesday. (Bloomberg News)

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Caterpillar Drives The Market Up

Its stock is up 22% year-to-date. (Bloomberg News)

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Earnings Today: Apple, TI

120% of the return on Apple's shares this year and expects to make 40 per share. (Bloomberg News)

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More Arrests Likely

Federal investigators to file charges against a wider array of insider trading networks. (Bloomberg News)

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Higher Oil Prices Help Asian Stocks Recover

Higher energy stocks help Asian markets up. (Bloomberg News)

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Cambodian baby elephant gets prosthetics leg

If the shoe fits, wear it - it's an adage to live by for little Chhouk, a baby bull elephant and amputee in Cambodia. It's a country with a high disabled population due to landmines, and it also has an internationally recognised prosthetics school -- whose expertise the lucky pachyderm is benefitting from. Duration: 01:52

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Loaded: A taste of Eclair

Amazon offers same-day shipping, Verizon bashes the iPhone, and we have screenshots of a test version of Android 2.0 codenamed Eclair.

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