Amazon's head in the cloud (week in review)
Internet retailer beats Apple and Google to the cloud, while Google settles FTC privacy charges and then gets slammed by Microsoft. Also: Comodo break-in widens.
Amazon.com beat Apple and Google in the race to the cloud, but along the way it may also have jumped the gun a bit.
Amazonthat lets people store their music on the Web and then listen to their collections on computers with a Web browser or on Android devices. Consumers can store their digital songs, videos, photos, documents, and music. In addition, Amazon also rolled out the Cloud Player, which enables people to play the songs they uploaded to Cloud Drive.
However, what the company
A week after Comodo revealed that one of its registration authorities was compromised and digital certificates were stolen, it discloses that another reseller was compromised.
Comodo: Web attack broader than initially thought
In EU complaint, the tech giant says Google is engaging in anticompetitive behavior in search, online advertising, and smartphone software.
Microsoft to file antitrust complaint against Google
As part of its agreement to end Federal Trade Commission investigation, Google agrees to establish a "comprehensive privacy program" after Buzz privacy flap.
The state's attorney general plans to analyze the proposed merger, which could create a "near duopoly," to ensure that it doesn't harm New York wireless consumers.
The battle between lawmakers and app makers over applications that alert users to police presence has its first casualty. Meanwhile, similar apps on other platforms count themselves lucky, for now
Maker of driving app miffed at RIM's takedown
A new experiment from Google brings Facebook's Like button to mind, but it takes even more of a cue from an ahead-of-its-time start-up service that faltered after a sale to Yahoo.
Google's '+1' experiment looks Delicious
Google has entered a partnership with MasterCard and Citigroup that would let credit and debit cardholders pay with their Android smartphones instead, The Wall Street Journal reports.
A collection of analysts polled by Fortune magazine peg unit sales of both the original iPad and the iPad 2 at anywhere from 5 million to 8.8 million for 2011 up through Saturday.
More than 8 million iPads sold so far this year?
As the iPhone 5 rumor mill keeps churning, one of the newest reports suggests that Apple may be a bit behind its usual schedule of the last three years.
Cybercriminals are changing focus from grabbing private information to now stealing trade secrets and other intellectual properties from major corporations.
McAfee: Cybercrooks target corporate trade secrets
Baseball season has started. For iPhone, iPad, Android phone, or BlackBerry, there's an app to help you follow your favorite team, keep score at games, or construct a killer fantasy lineup.
Baseball apps that score on opening day
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