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Top 10 IT headlines for June 6: Gates rules out Microsoft return, IBM tries to stretch Moore's Law

Top IT headlines for Friday, June 6, 2008: Bill Gates rules out a Microsoft return, IBM tries to stretch Moore's Law with water-based cooling, BlackBerry bucks tech-spending trend, Google calls for more H-1B visas, and more.

Top 10 IT headlines

  1. Gates rules out returning to Microsoft (ZDNet)
  2. IBM cools chips with 'tiny rivers' of H2O; Aims to stretch Moore’s Law (ZDNet)
  3. BlackBerry defies stagnant tech spending (TechWeb)
  4. Google calls for hike in H-1B visas (ZDNet)
  5. Intel, AMD lawsuit pushed off to 2010 (eWEEK)
  6. Linux success on UMPCs nudges Microsoft’s XP strategy (TechRepublic)
  7. Google to let users test new Gmail features (CNET)
  8. The future of e-paper: The Kindle is only the beginning (Computerworld)
  9. Asus' all-in-one PC: The Eee Monitor (CNET)
  10. Poll: Will your IT department support an enterprise-ready iPhone? (TechRepublic)

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Jason Hiner is the Global Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and Global Long Form Editor of ZDNet. He is an award-winning journalist who writes about the people, products, and ideas that are revolutionizing the ways we live and work in the 21st century.