There was an accidental data leak in one of Microsoft's cloud services, but we can expect more in the future as we come to grips with working online.
Here are the most-popular applications recently downloaded from the Google Apps Marketplace, where third-party developers offer tools to supplement the Google Apps suite.
Google search results will spell out if it determines a Website has been hacked, but what can you do if it mistakenly red-flags your legitimate site?
Amazon EC2 now offers PeopleSoft and JD Edwards applications, putting the software within reach of smaller businesses and offering serious competition for Salesforce.com.
The Dropbox cloud sync service reaches version one and brings boosts to mobile workers using netbooks and tablets.
Forget about CPU power; memory is the biggest hold-up for those implementing virtual machines.
Wikileaks hackers tried but failed to knock Amazon offline in retaliation for dropping the Wikileak hosting. Ironically, this only proves the reliability of Amazon Web Services.
The New Zealand government has warned about storing data in the cloud. Local laws potentially could become yet another cloud stumbling block.
Once upon a time, jailbreaking a smartphone or tablet was frowned upon, but it's becoming increasingly permissible.
The results of a French hardware failure survey turn up some surprising results, including that solid state disks fail as much as traditional hard disks.
The Wikileaks fiasco is shaking the foundations of the Internet and might be boosting the popularity of a virtual currency system that’s impossible to police.
The rumors are that Apple will switch to Intel’s Sandy Bridge chips for its next generation of MacBook portables, but this could upset its moves towards establishing the Mac as a gaming platform
Amazon’s release of developer kits for the Android and iPhone platforms will lead to an explosion of cloud-enabled mobile phone and tablet apps.
Google Cloud Print is set to make printing from the cloud a piece of cake but be prepared potentially to sacrifice a little privacy for the privilege.
Nokia has trickled out yet more details about its MeeGo mobile phone OS, but when it arrives it’s almost certainly going to be too little, too late.