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Steve Jobs recently announced Apple’s newest streaming data service called iCloud. The product allows users to store documents and songs online and access them from any Apple device. iCloud will even search your computer for all songs, even those not purchased through Apple, and sync them to the cloud. Document storage is free, with the music portion costing $25 a year. In other news, Microsoft announced a fall launch of Live TV, a service that will bring streaming television to the Xbox. A partnership with YouTube was also made that will provide Xbox with even more content. Users will be able to voice and motion search for content using the Kinect. And finally, Hewlett-Packard is using mobile technology to help fight and prevent outbreaks of malaria. By equipping doctors with Palm smartphones, they can record illness information in the field. Using the GPS data can help isolate the outbreaks.