07 Jun '11, 4pm

How Green is Apple's iCloud? Science.alltop

A Cloud of Magical Apple Unicorn Dust or Mercury-Laden Coal Ash? When Apple officially announced its iCloud service yesterday - after months of speculation about what the company would do with its new massive data-centers - I eagerly waited for details on how green it was going to be, but Steve Jobs only mentioned that the data-centers were "as green as they could make them" and nothing else. I'm hoping that Apple will release more info on the eco-credentials of its new mammoth data-centers. Here's the questions I'd like to see answered...

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