This Day in Tech: Apple's new cloud service, Twitter adds Follow button

Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET News for Tuesday, May 31.

Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET News for Tuesday, May 31.

Cell phones and the radiation risk (roundup)
Based on new findings, the World Health Organization classifies cell phones as a potential cancer risk. Meanwhile, CNET launches a series on the state of cell phone research. More

iTunes in the cloud?
Apple's cloud service will be unveiled at next week's WWDC. And unless the iTunes maker can't complete licensing deals with music publishers, Apple will show off a new cloud music offering. See what we know

Twitter adds one-click 'Follow' button to third-party sites
New button allows users to instantly follow a specific account without having to visit the micro-blogging site and search for the desired account. More

More HP notebook batteries recalled
Since the original 2009 recall and an expansion last year, more incidents of batteries overheating and resulting in injury or property damage have been reported, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. More

Apple security update targets MacDefender malware
A new security update for Mac OS X users puts the MacDefender malware on ice, quarantining files as well as keeping users from accidentally installing it. More

Lark's silent alarm wakes you, not your bunkmate
Using mobile and sensor technology, one entrepreneur wants to help you sleep better with a "Silent Un-alarm Clock" that you wear on your wrist. More

Video: Unboxing the D9 swag bag
Attendees at the exclusive D9 tech conference get a duffel back loaded with goodies and gadgets. Here's what's inside More

Free apps to get fit and lose weight
What's the best way to get in shape? With the help of technology, of course! We bring you three free iPhone and Android apps to help you get fit and lose weight. More

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Microsoft leaves Apple in the dust with tablet and laptop innovation in 2015

Will there be one Apple Ring to rule them all? That's what a patent application says. Plus, building the thinnest gadget isn't innovation anymore and Apple just got a reality check from Microsoft.

by Brian Tong