As the days and week progress, it would seem that the ongoing legal animosity between Apple and Motorola will continue to grow and cause disruption not only to both companies but also to their customers. This time, it is the turn of German users of Apple’s iCloud and MobileMe push services to suffer, thanks to a patent lawsuit which is currently going through proceedings between the two companies.
Apple's iCloud is home to more than a few cool, interesting and downright funky new features, and we're sure it's going to be a much-needed tonic to the chaos and shear nastiness that is MobileMe.
TechCrunch writer MG Siegler today put together a post that could go some way to explaining why Apple didn't at least preview iOS 5 at its iPad 2 event as many of us thought they might. According to Siegler's sources, the next major release of Apple's mobile OS has been pushed back to a Fall release - and the cloud will feature heavily in this new version.
MobileMe is probably one of the most widely used cloud services to keep your emails, contacts and calendar in sync on all your devices. Earlier we reported that Apple is going to unveil iOS 5 and MobileMe revamp in April. The reason why Apple will be unveiling the two together in a single event is that they are probably deeply integrated. How? we don't know for sure but iOS 5 is expected to bring in a lot of cloud features.
Sources close to CultofMac has informed them that the smaller iPhone, which Apple is rumored to be working on will eliminate the need of internal storage, and will instead rely on cloud-based content.
Arriving today was the eagerly anticipated iOS 4.2.1 update, along with previously-paid Apple's device tracking, locking, and wiping tool called Find My iPhone.
Those of you who have been using Apple MobileMe services might have noticed a slight change in “Account Type” status for the last week or so. It now reads “Full Member” instead of “Free Member” or “Individual” which hints at a possibility that Apple might be making this service free after all.
As we all know, Microsoft rolled out public beta’s for most of the Windows Live Wave 3 products yesterday. We have already reviewed Windows Live Messenger. Lets have a look at the Windows Live Mail Beta.
Yesterday, Apple launched the successor to their .Mac service in the form of MobileMe. I decided to check out the site and to my surprise, MobileMe site returned me the following error: I was using Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 in IE7 mode by using “Emulate IE7″. I thought well yea.. maybe IE7 just wasnt good [...]
The computing industry that as we know today is changing very fast into one in which everything we need can be accessed online. Microsoft is onboard with this new computing paradigm popularly known as “Cloud Computing” which folks at Redmond more like to call it as “Software + Services”. For the past several years, Microsoft founder Bill [...]