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____/ ZnU on Sunday 24 Jul 2011 20:36 : \____
> In article <4085923.CCqRG4XHGv@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> | As Google officials noted when announcing Chrome OS: âIn Chrome OS, every
>> | application is a web application. Users donât have to install applications.
>> | All data in Chrome OS is in the cloud.â
> Err... Apple is not doing anything like this. Even iCloud is about cloud
> storage for native application data (via APIs), not "every application
> is a web application".
What's so special about "iCloud"? Just a data hosting plan?
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