Apple Says Jobs To Give Keynote At WWDC; Get Ready For iCloud -- Apple this morning said "CEO Steve Jobs and a team of Apple executives" will give the keynote at the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday June 6 at 10 a.m. At the keynote, the company said, Apple will unveil Lion, the next generation of Max OSX, as well as iOS5, the next version of the software that powers the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, and iCloud, the company's "upcoming cloud services offering."
The U.S. Postal Service Nears Collapse -- Herr and his team concluded that the postal service's business model was so badly broken that collapse was imminent. Abandoning a long tradition of overdue reports, they felt they had to deliver theirs 18 months early in April 2010 to the various House and Senate committees and subcommittees that watch over the USPS.
Duke goes green, one small step at a time.
Recycling E-Waste, Made Easy -- "We have Staples trucks on campus every day, so by saving your cartridges and having a driver pick them up to be recycled you're killing two birds with one stone," said Andrea Horn, program coordinator for Procurement Services. "It's an easy commitment to help Duke be more sustainable."
Thieves making big bucks taking cargo-laden trucks -- McNew had been driving all afternoon, starting from Louisville, Ky., and hauling $10 million in pharmaceuticals. He was bound for Memphis, Tenn., to the warehouse of a medical supply wholesaler. McNew filled his tank and headed into the truck stop for a shower. When he came out, his truck was gone.
- Sheena Moore