June 2, 2011 at 7:59 AM ET
Next Monday, Apple is going to reveal its plan for an Internet-based anywhere-access media service called iCloud. Amazon just launched something called "Cloud Player" for uploading and streaming your own music to all your devices. Meanwhile, Google has launched a beta version of its own bring-your-own-music service, and like pretty much everything else Google offers, it lives in "the cloud."
Meanwhile, there are plenty of services for streaming music (Mog, Rhapsody) and movies (Netflix, Hulu), and even more that can handle online file storage and syncing (SugarSync, Dropbox, IDrive).
It's fair to say that most of your favorite tech companies are talking about "the cloud" right now. And as confusing as the marketing may be, the services are amazing, so bring your questions, and our very own Wilson Rothman will help you get past the jargon and onto what you really need to know.
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