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Thursday's Top 20 Headlines
  • "Hemel Hempstead grandmother auctions gallstones on eBay" BBC 6:50 AM
  • "Vermont ISP delivers Google Fiber speeds for half the price" BGR 7:39 AM
  • "Nintendo remains unwilling to end region-locking" Destructoid 6:43 AM
  • "Valta Turns To Kickstarter To Fund Home Gadget Energy Management Platform" TechCrunch 11:47 AM
  • "Nokia's unannounced 41-megapixel Lumia 1020 pictured ahead of AT&T debut" BGR 8:39 AM
  • "37 Haswell motherboard group test: 28x Z87, 6x H87 and 3x B85" ITProPortal 12:02 PM
  • "eBay Buys 2dehands.be And 2ememain.be In Belgium, Consolidates Classifieds Power In Europe" TechCrunch 6:48 AM
  • "German security chief: Ditch Google and Facebook if you're afraid of spying" BGR 12:47 PM
  • "Kim Dotcom's Mega launches an acquired Android app for its first foray into mobile" The Verge 11:54 AM
  • "Google July 4th Logo Answers The Question: When is Independence Day?" Search Engine Land 6:47 AM
  • "HP would put up a fight against US Patriot Act" Computing 12:00 PM
  • "Dell turns to wearable tech as Windows 8 fails to boost PC sales" BGR 3:54 PM
  • "Gartner cuts global IT spending growth forecast in half as PC sales slump" BGR 6:11 PM
  • "Oracle's Sun rises over ZFS and Pillar: Axiomatic, my dear Ellison? Possibly not" The Register 7:05 AM
  • "IBM bets the server farm on flash" BetaNews 7:12 AM
  • "This is the future of web browsing: So long as web developers actually embrace it" The Verge 9:12 AM
  • "The Declaration Of Independence, 2013" TechCrunch 12:50 PM
  • "BBC to broadcast Wimbledon final and semi-final matches in 3D" Engadget 6:46 AM
  • "Zynga Lured CEO Mattrick With Compensation Topping $50 Million" Bloomberg 7:48 AM
  • "Internet sites join July 4 protest against surveillance" Reuters 3:57 PM