Greenpeace sticks to its guns over iCloud report

Apple's fighting back against claims that its newest data-center is a coal-guzzling blight on the planet - but Greenpeace isn't convinced.

Google Play aims to take on iTunes

Google's merged Android Market, Google Music and Google eBookstore to create Google Play, a new cloud-based service that works in much the same way as Apple's iTunes store.

Intel puts $100m into connected cars

Intel's set up a $100 million fund to invest in cloud-based 'connected car' technology.

OnLive brings cloud gaming to mobile

Cloud gaming company OnLive is launching a free app that brings instant play of console-class games to smartphones and tablets via Wifi and 4G LTE.

Tor asks Amazon cloud users to help boost bandwidth

The Onion Router (Tor) anonymization network is asking users for help to improve bandwidth.

Better late than never: iTunes Match arrives

It's a couple of weeks late, but Apple's launched its iTunes match service, allowing users to add high-quality versions of the music they've ripped from CDs.

ARM details 64-bit server roadmap

Last week, ARM disclosed technical details about its new v8 architecture - the first to include a 64-bit instruction set.

RIM trials music-sharing service

RIM's launched a music service with a difference that runs on top of Blackberry Messenger (BBM).

Biggest cloud of water in universe discovered

Astronomers have found an enormous cloud of water - containing 140 trillion times as much as is found on Earth - floating around a distant quasar.

Army spent $2.7 billion on FUBAR computer system

A $2.7 billion U.S. Army computer system that doesn't function properly is reportedly interfering with efforts to fight insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Yes, Feds can intercept cloud data

A high-ranking Redmond exec has confirmed that data stored in Microsoft's cloud - regardless of its actual physical (server) location - cannot be protected against the U.S. Patriot Act.

Microsoft Office 365 is now live

After a year of beta testing, Microsoft has officially rolled out its Office 365 platform.

IDC sees a $72.9 billion public cloud by 2015

Cloud computing is set to "reshape" the IT landscape over the next 5 years, as spending on public IT cloud services remains on track to hit $72.9 billion by 2015.

Europe starts overhaul of creaky air traffic control systems

European researchers are working on a total reorganization of the region's air traffic control systems, many of which are as much as 50 years old.

iOS App Store breaks 500K barrier

Apple’s iOS App Store continues to grow at a rapid pace, with Cupertino approving more than 500,000 applications for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Xi3 touts Chrome OS-powered modular PC

Xi3 has designed a modular PC powered by Google's web-centric Chrome operating system.

Google takes on Apple with music and movie rentals

Live from the Google IO conference, the company has officially embarked on a new frontier in entertainment, launching movie rentals in the Android Marketplace and the long anticipated Google Music. 

Google to unveil cloud-based music service

Later today, Google is expected to launch its long-awaited digital music service, pitting it head to head with Amazon, which launched its own cloud-based music service in March.

Will Apple's music cloud be free?

Apple could allow users to access certain aspects of its cloud music streaming service for free  - at least initially.

Will Apple's music cloud be free?

Apple could allow users to access certain aspects of its cloud music streaming service for free  - at least initially.