During WWDC, Apple announced iCloud Drive, which converts iCloud into a file storing system in the cloud. Announced as part of OS X Yosemite, it allows you to store documents, as well as any file you have, in the cloud.
Apple's iCloud is far more useful than you might imagine — if you know how to properly use it. Check out our comprehensive guide on to use iCloud to make the most of the free software suite so you can store, sync and see all updates no matter your device,
Dropbox has introduced a service named Datastore, which syncs data stored in your apps. It can then be synced with other devices, regardless of the OS. Can this idea succeed where services like Apple's iCloud have failed?
Taking full advantage of you iCloud Photo Stream syncing can be less intuitive than you might guess. Here are two quick and easy ways to instantly access your iCloud Photo Stream pictures from your Mac.
Apple unveiled its brand new iWork and iCloud app at this year's WWDC. The new app allows you to create documents in Pages, Numbers, and Keynote whether you're on a Mac, an iPad, or a Windows-based PC.
Reports have Apple preparing photo and video sharing for its iCloud users, but critics already complain Apple can't compete with social media like Facebook and Instagram. But is Apple even trying to compete?
Apple will add photo-sharing, video syncing and other new features to iCloud in iOS 6, reports the Wall Street Journal. But will Apple's walled garden render the services inferior to other similar products?