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What Was Wall Street Thinking Last Week?

Last week's most puzzling moves included Bank of America turning ingrate on its debit card users -- who also pay taxes, and hence bailed BoA out -- Oracle's Larry Ellison and HP writing a new chapter in their feud, Warren Buffett opting for a stock buyback, and Sony refusing to pay for 3-D glasses.

3-D TV Reaches Out to Grab Reluctant Viewers

DailyFinance visited the recent 3D Entertainment Summit to find out what 3-D television has in store for us. For mainstream consumers, 3-D TV hasn't caught on just yet, but prices are falling and improvements are on the way. Watch our video report to get the latest on what's about to pop out of your screen.

Toshiba Unveils No-Glasses 3-D TV

Toshiba (TOSBF) unveiled a new 3-D TV that viewers can watch without wearing special glasses. The 3-D liquid crystal display TV uses a high-definition screen backlit with LEDs, a special sheet on the screen and chip technology to display information from nine images, The New York Times reported.

Sharp to Launch New Smartphone With 3-D Panel

Sharp Corp. (SHCAY) plans to venture into the smartphone market with a device that has a 3-D panel. Users will not need to wear special glasses to view the panel and the new phone will probably have a 3D-enabled camera, Reuters reported.