Apple has now added the final piece to its cloud music service puzzle by signing Universal Music, home of Lady Gaga, U2 and Kanye West.
A Google-selected handful of potential buyers will get first dibs on the Samsung Series 5 Chromebook via an exclusive Gilt sale.
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Dropbox's terms of service are back in the spotlight, as the site is being accused of misleading customers into believing its security is something it's not.
Think Google already knows enough about you? Ford wants to use Google tech to analyze your driving habits to improve vehicle fuel economy.
Google may have beat Apple in the cloud-based music service race, but does that mean it's introducing a product that isn't quite ready?
And we're off: Google has announced a slew of Android upgrades and products on their way - include Google Music beta and Honeycomb 3.1.
Amazon adds support for Apple's iOS to it's newly launched cloud-based music-streaming platform, Cloud Player.
After axing its Flip consumer camcorders, networking giant Cisco is diving into a substantial reorganization to streamline its operations.
Code strings discovered in a recent developer preview of OS X Lion suggest that MobileMe will soon be replaced by something called Caste, presumably Apple's rumored iCloud service.
Amazon has apologized for last week's catastrophic AWS outage and says it will be compensating customers with a credit on their accounts.
A new GameStop job listing reveals that the company is developing an Android app that will utilize recent acquisition Spawn Labs' streaming technology to bring console games to tablets and smartphones.
The worst of Amazon's cloud outage is over, but customers are wondering if they will be credited for the inconvenience - and for some, the complete loss of their stored data.
Amazon and Sony's recent cloud computing issues prove the cloud is not the be-all, end-all for storage.
Apple: 1, Google: 0. Apple has reached an agreement with Warner Music, and possibly other record labels, and is quickly on its way to the cloud.