While Apple has officially shut down MobileMe, for a limited time users will be able to access their accounts, download their files, and upgrade to iCloud.
Likely responding to recent announcements from Spotify, Apple and Google, Amazon has sweetened the deal for all users of the Amazon Cloud service.
Up until now, the details surrounding the MobileMe to iCloud transition have been vague. In a new FAQ, Apple offers new information on the coming switch.
We all knew it was coming, and now Apple has made it official by giving MobileMe users one more year with the service before iCloud fully takes over.
Apple's new iCloud service will allow users to sync content, including documents, photos and music, across multiple devices. Here's everything you need to know about what iCloud will and won't do, and how it could help change the landscape of cloud computing.
It's official: Apple will debut its iCloud service, as well as its next-generation iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion software at its Worldwide Developers Conference on June 6.
Apple's cloud-based music streaming service will reportedly scan each user's music library and then populate their streaming playlist with mirrored content, regardless of whether or not the source material comes from the iTunes Store.
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.
Apple has stopped offering rebates for both MobileMe and iWork, prompting speculation that refreshes for both products are due soon.
Apple has forever altered the music industry with its popular products. But now, says analyst Peter Misek, Apple plans to launch new products and services that will transform the television industry as well.
New rumors say that Amazon will show off a cloud-based digital locker for video and music content, giving Google and Apple some competition.