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Top 10 IT headlines for July 3: Michael Dell buys $100 million in Dell stock, Microsoft opens XP to more low-cost PCs

Top 10 IT headlines for Thursday, July 3, 2008: Michael Dell makes a $100 million statement, the best ways to get an iPhone 3G on July 11, Microsoft eases restrictions for XP on low-cost PCs, Firefox market shares surges, and more.

  1. IT employment holds steady despite job losses in broader U.S. economy (TechRepublic)
  2. Michael Dell's a believer: Makes a $100 million statement (ZDNet)
  3. What is the best method for picking up an iPhone 3G on July 11th? (ZDNet)
  4. Microsoft eases hardware terms for XP on low-cost PCs (Computerworld)
  5. Firefox 3 boosts browser's market share over 19% (TechWeb)
  6. Microsoft to sell Office 'value pack' for $70 per year (Computerworld)
  7. Notebook SSDs REDUCE battery life at 50x the cost (ZDNet)
  8. Mac OS X market share surges 32% in one year (Computerworld)
  9. Microsoft: Silverlight content is searchable, too (ZDNet)
  10. Five signs that your layoff-spared job sucks (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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