CNET News Daily Podcast: MySpace makes iLike move official

What the deal means for the Facebook version of the music service, a Missouri woman gets charged with cyberbullying, and are gamers really overweight and depressed?

It's official: MySpace is acquiring iLike. Reporter Caroline McCarthy talks about what the deal means for the Facebook version of the music service and how it plays into MySpace's overall goals.

Also in today's podcast: A Missouri woman gets the dubious honor of being the first person charged with the felony of cyberbullying under the state's new law; European Commission looks into reports of exploding iPhones and iPod Touches; and the rest of today's top headlines.


Today's stories:

It's official: MySpace to acquire iLike

Missouri woman charged with cyberbullying

EU's exploding-iPhone investigation heats up

Rogue pharmacies still a problem for search engines

HP quarterly profit dips 19 percent

R&D awards showcase the next LCD, ATM

Are gamers really overweight and depressed?

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