Today in Tech: Would you buy Google's home entertainment system?

February 10, 2012: 7:48 AM ET

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* Google (GOOG) is developing a home entertainment system that will wirelessly stream music. The move is notable as Google will design and market the hardware itself. (The Wall Street Journal)

* Steve Jobs' 191-page FBI file was released yesterday. Among the random tidbits: the Apple co-founder and former CEO maintained a 2.65 high school GPA, avoided the gym, and once jogged a lot. (The Los Angeles Times)

Startup investor Ron Conway.

* Colleague Miguel Helft profiles prolific startup investor Ron Conway. (Fortune)

* LinkedIn's (LNKD) latest quarterly earnings beat expectations, with revenues climbing to nearly $168 million and a net income of almost $7 million. (TechCrunch)

* The use of streaming services like Spotify, Rhapsody and others, boosted Warner Music's bottom line by $15 million last quarter.  Not a huge amount per se, but expect that figure to jump by 36% next quarter. (All Things D)

* An inside look at dating site Zoosk, which reports 15 million monthly users. Up next for its cofounders? Expanding the site's dating services with LinkedIn-like features. (Bloomberg Businessweek)

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JP Mangalindan
JP Mangalindan
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JP Mangalindan is a San Francisco-based writer at Fortune, covering Silicon Valley. Since joining in 2010, he has written on a wide array of topics, from the turnaround of eBay to the evolution of net neutrality. A graduate of Fordham University, Mangalindan has also written for GQ, Popular Science, and Entertainment Weekly.

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