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Apple introduces iCloud

Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled iCloud Monday at WWDC. iCloud is Apple's new wireless data sync service for iOS devices, Macs, and PCs

The Best Free Android Apps of 2011 (So Far)

Here's a collection of the best free Android apps of 2011 (so far), including the practical ATM Hunter, a slick text editor, an awesome live-wallpaper app, and--of course--games.


iCloud to Cost $25 Yearly (Eventually)

Apple will offer the multimedia storage service free initially.


The Best Web Apps and Online Services: Get the Most Out of the Cloud

By using Web-based applications and storing your files online, you can work from anywhere, on any device, for next to nothing.

Cloud Music Services Let You Enjoy Tunes Everywhere

Listen to top songs and discover new artists through personalized online radio stations, or upload your own songs to a digital music locker for playback on any device.


Pioneer AppRadio Will Bring iOS Apps to Your Car

New radio to feature a capacitive touchscreen, and iPhone connectivity.


Apple to Mirror Music Libraries in Cloud Service, Report Says

Apple's so-called iCloud is expected to scan your library and mirror its selection on its servers, sometimes resulting in better versions of the music files.


Napster Cofounder Says Music Industry Poised to Rebound

Sean Parker said that a 'bottom' was ahead for the music industry because of new services on the horizon.


Technology Helps Pope Extend Reach into Space

Pope Benedict XVI has become the first pontiff to communicate directly with astronauts in orbit.


Cloud-Based iTunes Version May be Ready for WWDC

Apple recently signed a deal with EMI Music and is close to wrapping up deals with Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment, according to one report.


Self-Inflating Earbuds Could Save Ears--and Tunes

Stephen Ambrose creates a balloon-like earphone flexible seal that also redirects damaging sound virbations.


Microsoft Buys Skype, New Android Versions, and the Scoop From Google I/O on PCWorld Podcast #113

Learn about Android Ice Cream Sandwich, as well what it's like to use Google Music Beta, and what we think of Android @Home. And what will Microsoft do with Skype?


More Hints of iPod Nano Camera Emerge

On the back of leaked photographs that appear to show an iPod Nano with a camera, further evidence that Apple is planning new features for the Nano has emerged.


LimeWire Agrees to Pay $105 Million to Record Labels

LimeWire settles a copyright infringement case brought by record labels.


Limewire Pays the Price for Piracy with $105 Million Settlement

This is the last of the major peer-to-peer music sharing programs to succumb to copyright infringement lawsuits.