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Top 10 IT headlines for June 12: Intel and USB 3.0, Congressmen claim China is hacking their computers

Top 10 headlines for Thursday, June 12, 2008: Intel says it's not holding up USB 3.0, U.S. Congressmen point fingers at Chinese hackers, Jobs wants Apple to design its own iPhone and iPod chips, Schmidt explains Google's 'Don't be evil' pitch, and more.

  1. Intel: We're not holding back USB 3.0 (ZDNet)
  2. Congressmen accuse China of hacking their computers (Computerworld)
  3. Steve Jobs: it's time we design our own iPhone and iPod chips (AppleInsider)
  4. Google CEO says "Don't Be evil" is misunderstood (ZDNet)
  5. What's coming in Internet Explorer 8 for IT professionals? (IEBlog)
  6. Intel Plans For Graphic Computing Without A GPU (Computerworld)
  7. iPhone 2.0 lets open source in through back door (ZDNet)
  8. Schmidt: It's Google's duty to help fix ad business (CNET)
  9. E-mail security shouldn't be this tough (TechRepublic)
  10. Cities take lead in climate change (CNET)

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