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Top 10 IT headlines for June 18: Can Vista step up to replace XP, Intel talks about Nehalem, Firefox 3 arrives

Top IT headlines for Wednesday, June 18, 2008: Can Vista step up to replace XP, Intel provides more details about Nehalem, Firefox 3.0 arrives, Microsoft is getting into the TV advertising business, iPhone 3G is still a business question mark, and more.

  1. Will Vista fill the void left by Windows XP? (TechRepublic)
  2. Intel releases more details on future Nehalem chip (CNET)
  3. Firefox 3.0: A look at features, add-ons, and record-setting (TechRepublic)
  4. iPhone 3G's business-readiness still in question, Gartner says (Computerworld)
  5. HP to customers: Hey, look at our data center overhaul (NetworkWorld)
  6. Microsoft steps big into TV ad world (Seattle Times)
  7. IBM's Roadrunner breaks petaflop barrier, tops supercomputer list (CNET)
  8. Inside Microsoft's $550 million mega data centers (TechWeb)
  9. Adobe: We're emulating Flash for the iPhone (ZDNet)
  10. Verizon boosts Fios speeds to 50 Mbps (CNET)

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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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