Supreme Court Ruling Opposes Aereo’s Streaming Service, But Leaves Many Issues Around Cloud Services Unsettled

The Supreme Court has ruled that streaming-TV startup Aereo, which records over-the-air TV shows and streams them to users, is illegal because it performs copyrighted works without paying the rights holders. But the court’s ruling hasn’t made any specific recommendations regarding the operation of cloud hosted services like iCloud and Dropbox. Read More

Google Unveils New Cloud Features at Google I/O

At its major developer conference, Google I/O, Google has been announcing improvements to its Android operating system, and its integration with more devices such as smart watches, cars and TVs. But Google is also a major cloud service provider, and some of the biggest announcements for developers have been around the cloud. Read More

Microsoft Exchange Online Outage of Over 8 Hours Frustrates Customers


An infrastructure failure knocked out Microsoft Exchange Online for over eight and a half hours on Tuesday. Users were frustrated not only with being unable to access cloud email accounts, but also with Microsoft’s lack of communication about the problem. Exchange Online customers began reporting problems on twitter and in… Read More

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