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Top 10 IT headlines for July 11: Long, slow lines for iPhone 3G, FCC could sanction Comcast

Top 10 IT headlines for Friday, July 11: The five upgrades that make iPhone 3G ready for business, FCC could sanction Comcast, Salesforce and Oracle lead march of iPhone business apps, Intel develops products for health monitoring, and more.

  1. Five upgrades that make the iPhone 3G enterprise-ready (TechRepublic)
  2. FCC chief plans to recommend sanctions against Comcast (CNET)
  3. Salesforce, Oracle lead parade of business apps on iPhone (TechRepublic)
  4. Mandatory in-store activation slows lines, frustrates iPhone buyers (CNET)
  5. Intel productizes health monitoring (ZDNet)
  6. Top five reasons to hate the iPhone 3G (TechRepublic)
  7. Seagate announce first 1.5TB desktop hard drive (ZDNet)
  8. SOA market will double, but will success stories follow? (ZDNet)
  9. What you need to know about Cisco's new CCNA specializations (TechRepublic)
  10. 10 technologies that cybercriminals love to exploit (TechRepublic)

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About Jason Hiner

Jason Hiner is Global Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and Global Long Form Editor of ZDNet. He's co-author of the book, Follow the Geeks.

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