Google launched new cloud-based development tools for iOS developers today, enabling them to connect to cloud services simply, easily, and cheaply. So cheaply, in fact, it’s free.
Media cloud startup Loom opened its service to the public today after a few months in private beta testing.
iWork for iCloud — Apple’s take on the cloud-based office suite — was launched initially to developers to mid-June, but now it is available for free to anyone who wants to try it.
The company says it is “completely overhauling our developer systems, updating our server software,” to prevent similar threats in the future.
Editor’s Pick Apple released the information just a few moments ago in an email to registered developers, saying that sensitive emails, names, and physical addresses could have been compromised, and that it took the website down on Thursday to prevent any further damage.
Essentially, it’s an iCloud for everything: Android, iOS, web, desktop apps, smart TV apps … you name it.
Despite the fact that iWork for iCloud is in beta, everything feels solid, complete, and fast.
Apple’s iCloud service now has more than 300 million users, Apple CEO Tim Cook said on stage today at its WWDC conference.
All the developers and consumers out there who hate Apple’s iCloud might have a new favorite service with NimbusBase, a new startup that helps sync user data across app platforms.
Apple now has more than 300 million users on its iCloud storage and syncing service, Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer said today on its Q2 2013 earnings call.
Apple iCloud services for identity, Game Center, account creation and sign-in, iTunes store purchases are experiencing service failures this morning for some users, Apple says on its system status page.
Apple introduced the two-factor authentication option for securing your iCloud accounts today.
Apple is deleting emails sent from iCloud accounts containing the phrase “barely legal teen,” a sign the company is still strictly distancing itself from pornography and adult material.
Amazon’s assault on Apple’s iTunes empire continues today as the Seattle company released its Cloud Player app for iPad and iPad Mini.
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Apple is finally breaking earth in Prineville, Oregon on the 160-acre data center site the company purchased back in February — not too from Facebook’s Prineville data center.
Everyone using iCloud has a new portal to access it. Apple released iCloud.com to everyone using the content-syncing service, after a trial period.
If you forget your Apple iCloud password, don’t expect to hop on the phone to change it. Apple announced today that for the time being, it will no longer change passwords over the phone.
A horrifying hack of one journalist’s data was only possible thanks to an appalling lack of security in iCloud — and a correspondingly bad security process at Amazon.com.
Former Gizmodo staffer Mat Honan’s iCloud account was compromised over the weekend after a hacker fooled an Apple Care technician into giving out his account details.
Apple’s iCloud service has 125 million users, the company announced today on its second-quarter earnings call. That number is up from the 100 million users Tim Cook said the service had on February 14 during a Goldman Sachs call.