Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Friday, June 10.
The online music service has bumped the share price up from the previously announced range of $7 to $9 per share.
Job ads show that the tech giant is bulking up its internal renewable-energy engineering team to advance R&D and make clean energy cheaper.
Days after initially jailbreaking the new iOS 5 beta, a hacker group releases a version of the popular Redsn0w utility for others who want to do the same with Apple's mobile OS.
The pact means the streaming music company now has U.S. deals in place with three of the four largest labels, making it likely that it will finally be able move across the Atlantic this summer.
The Spanish police claim they've arrested three people in connection with several security breaches, including the PlayStation Network in April. But the nature of loosely organized hacking groups and the state of Sony's Web security mean the company still has work to do.
In a surprise move, Apple's attempting to back up app developers sued by Lodsys by stepping in as the defendant in a lawsuit alleging patent infringement.
Interview with Electronic Arts' Chip Lange on the mobile future of EA's Origin gaming service.
A new report from the Wall Street Journal wonders if text messaging, while still wildly popular, might have its best days behind it.
The iPhones will be used for space research aboard the International Space Station for several months, according to Odyssey Space Research.
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