TechBytes: Apple Launches iCloud

Apple Launches iCloud
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Apple has launched iCloud. CEO Steve Jobs says it will sync music, books and apps on all of a user's devices: iPhones, iPads and computers. He also previewed new operating systems for Macintosh and mobile devices.

E3 Game Trends

Military and action games are dominating this week's Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles. That's because the core market, young males, remains strong while casual gamers cut back their spending as the economy cooled.

'Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess'

Sales of Wii consoles are also way down this year, but four classic Nintendo games are being re-released for it. One of them is the "Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess," which Parenting.com's Rachel Fishman Feddersen says should appeal to teens and their parents.

"It's possible that parents played an incarnation of this game many years ago when it was first released, and they want to enjoy it again with their kids now," Feddersen said.

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