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Top 10 IT headlines for July 21: Torvalds predicts Linux will fade away, Intel drops chip prices

Top 10 IT headlines for Monday, July 21, 2008: Linux founder sees OS eventually becoming obsolete, Apple is not the enemy of open source, Intel cuts chip prices, IBM is selling off Lenovo shares, four ways to reduce IT energy costs, and more.

  1. Torvalds: Linux not becoming obsolete would be 'sad' (CNET)
  2. Apple is not the real enemy of open source (ZDNet)
  3. Intel cuts chip prices up to 31 percent (CNET)
  4. Smaller PCs cause worry for industry (New York Times)
  5. Four ways to reduce IT energy costs and environmental impact (TechRepublic)
  6. IBM selling $80 million of Lenovo shares (eWEEK)
  7. Amazon's S3 outage: Is the cloud too complicated? (ZDNet)
  8. The 7 things IT should be doing, but isn't (InfoWorld)
  9. Google Android is losing its mojo fast (ZDNet)
  10. iPhone 3G sold out nationwide; 4 week wait (ZDNet)

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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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