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CNET News Daily Podcast: Universal Music wants its own video portal

Record label wants to develop a site for professionally produced video, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer thinks he knows how to catch up to Google in search, and CNET dials into phone tech.

The world's largest record label wants to develop its own version of Hulu, NBC Universal's free online-video portal. It would be a place for professionally produced music videos, original programming, and a more polished platform for the label's top artists, according to sources close to the company.

Also in today's podcast: Microsoft thinks it knows what it needs to do to catch Google in search, TellMe develops an application for the iPhone, Nokia is set to launch its own touch-screen phone, and CNET explores just how exposed we are to cancer when we use our cell phones.

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Today's stories:

Source: Universal Music Group plans 'Hulu-like' site

Ballmer on search: 'I don't like not being No. 1'

TellMe for iPhone due by June

Nokia to unveil touch-screen phone

Will Americans ever call on mobile banking?

House subcommittee debates cell phone radiation

iPhone battery lawsuit dismissed