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An iCloud outage on February 28th brought down Apple's service for 11% of users. Apple is working on a fix, but there are still a few services down.
In Apple's iCloud, Why an iPhone 5 Without NFC Makes Sense
How to Share a Photo Stream in iOS 6, and why using Shared Photo Streams beats sharing to Facebook or by email for many occasions and subjects.
Took a trip home to Hawaii the other week. A bit last minute so I had to leave the wife (and cats) behind. It was basically a repeat of a trip I'd taken six years ago. Not much changed there, but my connectivity options this time sure did.
Apple's iOS 5.1 makes it easier to launch the camera from the lock screen, and lets users delete individual photos in Photo Stream.
Over 100 Million iCloud users are syncing photos, documents and more to iPhones, iPads, Macs and PCs just months after launch.
If you don't want to clog your iCloud storage with pictures imported into Aperture or iPhoto, then turn off Photo Stream automatic upload.
Photo Stream is one of the new iOS5 features that promises to make life a little easier when it comes to getting photos off of your iDevice.
Want Siri, iMessage, Photo Stream and other cool iOS 5 features on your Android device? We found an alternative for each one (usually free).
We show you how to setup Photo Stream with iCloud on a Mac to import directly to iPhoto or Aperture.
In addition to Google+, Google seems to be working on more social projects to compete against the likes of Twitter and Facebook, and now it's discovered that a Slide team within Google is working on a photo sharing app and service called Pool Party.
Apps and services to replicate the iCloud experience on Android.
Even after over a year since Microsoft had launched the now defunct KIN, a Windows Phone that the company had hoped would consumerized the platform ahead of the Windows Phone 7 launch debut, Apple's iCloud announcement at WWDC falls short when it comes to photo streamin...
There are now further hints of a social photo stream feature was found inside iOS 5. An iPhone 4 user had reported that there are reference to Photo Stream photo albums on iOS 4.3 on an iPhone 4, but those references were not visible to users in the Photos app but were ...