Introduced at the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple's iCloud sync service has the potential to help millions of users keep their information ubiquitous among all their devices. But what exactly is iCloud? How does it compare to MobileMe? How much will it cost? Macworld answers all your questions.
When Apple introduced its iCloud wireless data sync service, many MobileMe subscribers were left scratching their heads, wondering what it would all mean for them. Here are answers to some of the questions you might have.
What iTunes in the Cloud and iTunes Match bring to the music party. (And why Amazon and Google should be concerned.)
On Monday at Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference, CEO Steve Jobs introduced Apple's new wireless data sync service, dubbed iCloud.
We don't yet know what iCloud is, but we know Steve Jobs will tell us soon enough. Lex Friedman hypothesizes (and hopes) that it will offer cross-device syncing like Dropbox, with the benefit of being built in to iOS 5 and Lion.
The new iPhone version of Notificant works with the Mac app and Web service to sync your reminders across all your devices.
Who's to blame for your iPhone's notes appearing on Yahoo's Website? Start by looking in the mirror.
Microsoft has officially released Office 2011 for Mac Service Pack 1, bringing a number of enhancements and improvements to its suite of productivity software.
This online storage service works fine for informal use, but its relative paucity of storage and inability to retain earlier versions of files makes it less attractive for groups.
Online storage service syncs Google Docs with computers, the cloud.