"Malware Threat to Internet Corralled: Service Providers Are Set to Aid Customers, but Little Disruption Is Expected"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 8:04 PM
"Thousands Could Lose Internet Monday After Malware Attack"
WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 6:25 PM
"Don't want to lose the Internet on Monday? Check for malware now"
Los Angeles Times [Paid Membership Required] 4:26 PM
"Remember to check computer for malware: Internet users scanning their Twitter feeds or Facebook accounts Sunday might want to add one more quick click to check their computer for malware."
Associated Press 7:33 AM
"Intel to drop price of Ultrabook Ivy Bridge Core i3 chip?"
"Heads Up! This Was Google's Apple Moment"
"Google TV Needs To Decide: Platform Or Closed Ecosystem"
"Facebook vs. Google: Experienced IPO hand William Hambrecht talks about why the social network's sale went awry and why Google was a better model for new offerings. His Dutch auction approach."
"Microsoft's XML 0-day fix expected in July Patch Tuesday: Microsoft is planning to release nine bulletins, three critical, as part of the July edition of its Patch Tuesday monthly update cycle."
The Register 7/6
"Halo 4 to get special edition Xbox 360"
TG Daily 7/6
"Microsoft warned over Surface tablets"
TG Daily 7/6
"Microsoft's Imagine Cup Student Competition Turns 10, Gets Underway In Sydney"
"Audyssey: Audio Dock Air Speaker For iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch [Review]"
iPhoneinCanada 8:02 PM
"fontBomb lets you destroy annoying web pages"
Crave @ CNET 7:33 AM
"Google submits $4 million bill for costs in Oracle lawsuit: Transcripts and copies make up the bulk of the bill."
Ars Technica 7/6
"Samsung Wins Temporary Stay Of Ban On Galaxy Nexus Smartphones"
"DARPA Unveils Gigapixel Camera: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency works on camera with ultra high resolution that will help soldiers and unmanned aerial vehicles see better through dark, fog, smoke."
"Magistrate Escalates Probe of France Télécom Suicides"
"McKinnon case sees fresh delay over psychiatric dispute"
"Google privacy chief's role at ICO during Street View probe revealed"
"Quick guide to ACTA and other internet legislation"
"Twitter ruling disappoints, but doesn't surprise privacy advocates: Court behind times in ordering Twitter to hand over data on Occupy Wall Street protester"
"Mozilla Foundation and EFF join hunt for Syrian open source developer"
The Register 7/6
"Mozilla, activists call for release in Syria of open-source developer: Software developer Bassel Khartabil was arrested in March in a wave of arrests in the country"
IDG News Service 7/6
"Seven tips for selecting a cloud services provider"
"Sneaky Clouds and the Developers That Love Them"
"The 'doomsday' virus and the tragedy of the Internet commons"
Washington Post 7/6
"The week in tech: 5 must-know things"
USA Today 7/6
"9 Facebook Buttons We 'Want' To See: Facebook users have long clamored for more options to express themselves. Here are nine new buttons, including the long-rumored 'Want' button, that would do the job."
"Five reasons DNSChanger victims deserve to lose the internet"
"There Is No Excuse for Still Being Infected with DNSChanger"
"Will Tech Firms Spurn or Embrace Oppressive Regimes by 2020?"
PC Magazine 7/6
"Galaxy S III review: Hands down, the best Android smartphone/Thanks to real attention to usability and meaningful features, Samsung's flagship takes its place as the Android front-runner"
"Throw Hardware At The Problem: Sometimes you have to fix a performance problem quickly. Solid state storage can help you do that, if you consider these tips."
"Hands-on: Offline Google Docs makes a better Chromebook"
CNET News 7/6
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