icloud.com domain name sold for $4.5 million, most likely to Apple
Although the information has not been officially confirmed yet, things just seem to add up for now. It is speculated that Apple is already working hard on deploying its cloud-based media storage services, a goal which might have a higher priority than releasing iOS 5. Cupertino is also said to be in the talks with major record labels in order to smooth out the launch of its online “music locker.” Until recently, the icloud.com domain name was owned by Xcerion, a Swedish company which offers free and premium online storage services. The business, however, now operates under its new CloudMe branding.
Hopefully, more light will be shed on the matter on June 6, when Apple will be hosting its WWDC2011 event.
source: GigaOm via TUAW
1. Brad (unregistered) posted on 28 Apr 2011, 13:42 1
2. iwebdroidberry7 posted on 28 Apr 2011, 14:18 2
I do. Why don't you care? Because its not Android related?... Probably.
3. remixfa posted on 28 Apr 2011, 20:04 2
im suprized apple didnt come out with a lawsuit saying anything that starts with an "i" in front of the word was owned by apple. Their laywers firm is called iSue. :)
4. Lucas777 posted on 28 Apr 2011, 20:15 0
because they obviously dont put an i in front of all words... they cant copyright things they dont do that with... and anyways nobody else does the i thing
7. remixfa posted on 29 Apr 2011, 11:36 0
iphone.. ipad.. itunes.. istore..ios.. ect ect ect..
yea, again, im really suprized they havent tried to copywrite the "i".