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Arizona company drops iCloud suit, changes name

Phoenix-based VoIP provider iCloud Communications abandons lawsuit that claimed Apple's online storage service infringed on its name.

By September 7, 2011

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Apple sued over use of iCloud name

Arizona VoIP provider claims Apple's use of the iCloud name copies its name and causes confusion over competing products.

By June 12, 2011

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Apple goes on WWDC-related domain buying spree

While Apple was showing off the new features in iOS 5, iCloud, and OS X Lion, it was quietly buying up at least 50 domain names with mentions of the features from those products.

By June 9, 2011

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Apple WWDC rumor scorecard: 2011 edition

WWDC 2011's keynote is in the can, and we know all the details on iCloud, iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion. CNET takes a look at how the pre-show rumors panned out.

By June 6, 2011

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Apple gains control of iCloud domain

The company, which is rumored to have paid $4.5 million for the domain, is scheduled to unveil a cloud-based storage system of the same name next week.

By June 1, 2011

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Apple files for iCloud trademark in Europe

You can't name a product these days without making sure you have the rights. Apple's done that in Europe, filing for a trademark for iCloud.

By June 1, 2011

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Apple, Jobs to talk iCloud at WWDC

The company plans to unveil a "cloud services offering" along with the Lion version of Mac OS X. CEO Steve Jobs, on medical leave, will be on hand for the announcement.

By May 31, 2011

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iCloud mention out of character for Apple

Apple is a company that likes to keep a secret, so why did it out the name of its new product ahead of actually telling people what it does?

By May 31, 2011

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Report: Apple floats $4.5 million for iCloud domain

A report claims Apple bought the iCloud.com domain from Sweden-based Xcerion. However, neither company has confirmed it.

By April 28, 2011

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Start-up Xcerion offers a peek at the clouds

Swedish company shows the potential of a browser-based desktop. But will the little guys stand a chance against the likes of Google and Microsoft?

By March 14, 2008