ALSO NOTED: EarthLink on Helio; Dolan family drops out of AWS; and much more...

> EarthLink's chief executive Gary Betty on the target demographic for Helio users: Betty said the company was aiming at a generation it calls "feed me, see me, spoil me," who have some cash to burn. "How many kids drive around with BMW's?" Betty asked. "They have the money." Article

> Court orders Samsung to pay damages to shareholders who claimed the chipmaker tried to keep them from asking questions of executives at a shareholders' meeting. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> The Dolan family drops out of the AWS auction. Article

> Military looks into self-configuring and secure wireless mesh nets. Article

And Finally... Back to school time means cellphones and laptops, not No. 2's and spiral notebooks. Fluff

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