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Soon, mobile phone users will be able to watch Web videos on their cell phones while driving.

YouTube, the popular viral video site recently acquired by Google, is hooking up with Verizon to give Verizon's V Cast customers access to mobile video content. The new service will debut sometime in December and will cost $15 a month.

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The word-trend group Global Language Monitor, in its annual survey of words from television that had an impact on the language, also cited the words "Katrina," referring to continuing stories about the hurricane's destruction; "Katie," a reference to Katie Couric's move into the nightly news anchor role at CBS News; and "Dr. McDreamy," a nod to a character on the breakout hit Grey's Anatomy.

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