Steve Jobs Unveils Apple's iCloud

Steve Jobs officially launched Apple's new free iCloud service on Monday, which will replace its $99 a year MobileMe document-sharing plan. "We are going to move the digital hub, the center of your digital life, into the cloud," Jobs said at Apple's World Wide Development Conference in San Francisco. The iCloud will store music and other documents on large digital servers instead of your own hard drives, and users can connect to the network anywhere they have internet access.