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Apple iCloud labels onboard, but publishers still causing headaches tip insiders

Apple iCloud labels onboard, but publishers still causing headaches tip insiders

Apple is expected to sign a cloud music deal with Universal Music Group this week, completing its quartet of key labels ahead of the official iCloud launch promised for Monday's WWDC 2011 keynote. The news follows suggestions that Apple intends not only to offer streaming audio services but cloud-based TV shows and movies, with negotiations already underway for some time.

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Apple iCloud To Offer Movies, TV Shows At Launch?

Apple iCloud To Offer Movies, TV Shows At Launch?

Apple, in an unusual move, confirmed the agenda for their upcoming WWDC developer conference to include the iCloud, iOS 5, and OS X Lion. Although it seems like they just killed some of the mystery and magic for the event, there's still so much unknown about the iCloud that it keeps us anxious and the rumor mills cranking. The latest claims suggest that the iCloud could serve up not only music, but also movies and TV shows.

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Apple iCloud could be MobileMe bundle, mirror even pirated tracks

Apple iCloud could be MobileMe bundle, mirror even pirated tracks

With Apple's WWDC 2011 just weeks away, the race is on to finalize the expected cloud music streaming system - aka iCloud - for an official debut at the keynote. According to BusinessWeek, Apple is still yet to clinch Universal Music's agreement, though a deal is said to be close; the terms are believed to include the ability to scan a user's local music collection and then recreate it in cloud storage from high-quality master recordings, even - it's said - if some of the tracks were originally obtained illegally, as part of a broadened MobileMe subscription.

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Apple iCloud May Serve More Than Music

Apple iCloud May Serve More Than Music

Last week we reported that Apple was ahead of Google in launching a cloud music service, a digital locker of sorts that would allow users to store and stream their iTunes music. Apple's momentum continues, striking at least two out of four successful deals with the record companies, and spurring rumors of a new "iCloud" branding after it was rumored that the company spent $4.5 million to acquire the domain iCloud.com. Now, it is further speculated that the iCloud will be serving up more than just music.

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Outraged Apple denies iCloud flaw in explicit celeb leaks

Outraged Apple denies iCloud flaw in explicit celeb leaks

This afternoon, Apple has made an official statement on their investigation of "the theft of photos of certain celebrities." They make clear that when they "learned of the theft, we were outraged and immediately mobilized Apple’s engineers to discover the source." For those of you just learning of this leak of explicit photos, please head back to our safety guide for iCloud, Facebook, and Google+ as well.

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Apple Maps make their way to the web via iCloud

Apple Maps make their way to the web via iCloud

Apple Maps has seen its share of issues, but Apple has slowly been working those kinks out over time. Now that Apple Maps is vastly better, it seems as though Apple might be ready to lean on it a bit more. The Find my iPhone feature in iCloud has been reported by many to be using Apple Maps — not Google Maps as it has been.

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Apple updates iWork across iOS, Mac and iCloud

Apple updates iWork across iOS, Mac and iCloud

Apple has pushed out new versions of iWork for iOS, Mac, and the iCloud beta, addressing some of the common requests around its Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps. The updates include the ability to view and edit spreadsheets with an iPad or iPhone in landscape orientation, and being able to control remote Keynote presentations from the iOS version of the app.

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