Last week, I introduced a new feature: a weekly round-up of the biggest technology stories both locally and globally. Check out last week’s biggest stories here.
So what happened this week? Which tech company made top headlines within the tech world?Yeah, you guessed right:-)
Apple. (Not the fruit, the company) The news of Apple’s iCloud launching at the Apple’s WWDC 2011 keynote and several other interesting announcements and revelations made our week engaging and rewarding.
Without further ado, here comes this week’s hottest tech stories (in no particular order):
Of course, there were other tech-related news that disrupted our senses and generally caught our attention. For me, these are the ones that I found most interesting and fascinating to write about.
Just in case I missed something that you think was a huge story, you can whisper them in your comments Just allow me do the hyping
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