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    Apple Launches iCloud Website

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    Apple described new details about the company’s new iCloud on Monday. The service will allow users to share music, books, and photos among many computers and mobile devices. Apple customers will receive five gigabytes of storage for free. Additional storage will cost extra, starting at $20 for 10 additional gigabytes. Apple also activated the service’s website, icloud.com. The full service is expected to launch sometime in the fall.