Apple unveils digital hub iCloud

Steve Jobs releases online storage service that he says will allow people to go "PC free".

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    First came the iPod followed by the iPhone and then the iPad. Now Apple is releasing the umbrella tool to service them all - the iCloud.

    Steve Jobs, Apple's chief executive officer, emerged from medical leave to unveil the remote online data storage and sharing service on Tuesday.

    But it is a convenience that is also raising some eyebrows over security concerns.

    Al Jazeera's Gerald Tan reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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