Opinion When Apple announced that it was moving into cloud based computing, the Tame Apple Press enthused about it so loudly, more sceptical voices were shouted down.
A month late, Apple has released iTunes 11, a revamped version of its music software.
Apple's fighting back against claims that its newest data-center is a coal-guzzling blight on the planet - but Greenpeace isn't convinced.
The latest version of Apple's Mac operating system will function more like an iPad than its PC predecessors.
Apple is in the process of trying to woo movie studios to encourage them to allow titles to be hosted on Apple servers.
iOS 5 - the latest iteration of Apple’s popular mobile operating system - is now available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Apple has refreshed its iPod lineup, adding new features and pricing to its popular Touch and Nano devices.
HTC wants you to start saving your mobile files to the cloud instead of to your phone's hard drive.
Apple has rebuffed reports that its upcoming cloud service will offer streaming music capabilities.
Indeed, any music accessed via the cloud needs to be stored on a device before it can be listened to.
Joining the ranks of SugarSync and Dropbox, Apple has priced its own cloud computing platform: the iCloud.
A prominent industry analyst believes Cupertino’s recently unveiled iCloud heralds the advent of a high-def Apple television set.
If you own an iPhone, chances are you will be one of the very many iOS 5 users to take advantage of Apple's recently introduced iCloud service.
A company called iCloud Communications has filed a lawsuit against Apple...for obvious reasons.
A number of analysts have sounded off about Apple's iCloud which was unveiled yesterday by Steve Jobs during a WWDC 2011 keynote in San Francisco.
Apple finally debuted its long-awaited iCloud platform alongside iOS 5 at WWDC 2011. The service works seamlessly across multiple devices, including the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Windows PC.
Apple plans to roll out its new iCloud music streaming service for free to entice users, but will then charge an annual fee.
So just how much did it take to convince the major record labels to come on board for Apple's new iCloud music service?
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicks off on June 6 with a keynote address by none other than Steve Jobs himself. And let me tell you, this one seems like its going to be quite memorable.