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This Day in Tech: LulzSec suspect named; more iPhone 5 rumors

Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Tuesday, June 21.

Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Tuesday, June 21.

Analyst: Apple's iCloud could see 150 million users
More than 75 percent of iPhone users intend to use Apple's iCloud service, says a new survey conducted by RBC Capital Markets, which believes the number of iCloud users could reach 150 million. More

FCC outs new Apple AirPort Extreme
The Federal Communications Commission posts its test report on a new AirPort Extreme Base Station, Apple's wireless hardware.More

Drawings show big changes for iPhone 5
A tapered body and front-filling screen are among the latest crop of rumors for the next generation of Apple's smartphone. More

Mozilla releases Firefox 5, first rapid-release version
Mozilla follows in Chrome's footsteps with a browser that's updated more frequently. Also: the new Jetpack interface and CSS animations for Web developers. More

Apple revamps Final Cut Pro X
The latest version of Apple's professional video-editing software is the first ever to be released only as a download and has won over at least one vocal critic. More

U.K. press puts name to LulzSec suspect
The BBC and the Guardian are reporting that a Ryan Cleary of Essex was the 19-year-old arrested in connection with a probe into recent denial-of-service attacks and network intrusions. More

Fake Sean Connery letter to Steve Jobs goes viral
Faux 007 launching expletives at Apple icon fools British social-media guru and becomes meme material. More

Sony's music comeback story needs third act
A major security breach has blemished the reputation of Sony's fledgling subscription music service, Qriocity. Sony had plenty to worry about even before the intrusion. More

Google releases Chrome-based Web security scrutinizer
An open-source Chrome extension called DOM Snitch peers at the software a Web site sends to the browser and looks for vulnerabilities. More

Who needs a 92-inch TV? Mitsubishi, the guys who make it
The Japanese electronics company, the last bastion of rear-projection TVs, says really big sets are still the best way for it to turn a profit on its products. More

In Paris, 747-8 Intercontinental paints the town orange
On Road Trip 2011, CNET explores the interior of Boeing's next-gen jumbo jet, which isn't quite yet ready for prime time. More

Alpine CDE 124SXM - radio / XM radio / CD / MP3 player / digital player
The Bottom Line: The Alpine CDE-124SXM is a great value for those who want to upgrade their car stereo with USB/iPod connectivity while adding very good SiriusXM connectivity. More

Buy a Kinect bundle, get a $100 Amazon credit
The deal from Amazon is available only today. The Kinect bundle retails for $299.98 on the site.More