iCloud, the world’s first free personal computer, launches

Swedish hosting provider Xcersion launched its icloud service claiming to be the “world’s first free personal computer.”

Daniel Arthursson, the founder of icloud said, “We see icloud as a next generation community platform, with powerful applications, sharing, group and desktop functionality beyond what people today expect from a community”.

Everyone who registers will be provided with a free, private space on the Internet which includes a social community, file sharing, email, instant messaging and utility applications for word processing and spreadsheets.

Each account will get 3 GB of free storage space, a public profile at http://my.icloud.com/username and a free @icloud.com email account.

Xcerion AB is based in Linkoping, Sweden, privately held and funded by Northzone Ventures. The company has filed for 22 patents on its “Cloud OS.”

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