Top 10 IT headlines for Monday, June 30, 2008: Netgear releases open source router, Bill Gates bids farewell, Intel won't adopt Vista, Verizon chief calls iPhone a conspiracy, old data centers can be green, too, and more.
- Netgear launches open source wireless router with customizable firmware (TechRepublic)
- Gates delivers farewell speech (CNET)
- No Windows Vista inside Intel (TechRepublic)
- Verizon CEO: iPhone success a 'conspiracy' (CNET)
- Research: Old data centers can be nearly as 'green' as new ones (CNET)
- Most report their IT career has been better than they expected (TechRepublic)
- Why your text messages are not private (ZDNet)
- Skype: Telepresence for the masses (TechRepublic)
- Cell phones tracking nightlife activity (ZDNet)
- Google gadget turns PC into media server (CNET)
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