Tech Today: iCloud sues Apple, Xbox on Windows 8

Plus: Spotify to break US, new MacBook Airs

The biggest tech news from the weekend in one handy dose.

iCloud communications sues Apple
You've gotta feel for the moderately-sized business VoIP provider iCloud Communications. What chance have they got have being discovered in Google searches now? The Arizona-based company has sued Apple for trademark infringement and asked that Apple stops using the name and pays up some damages.
Link: PC World

New Apple MacBook Airs coming Wednesday
According to the Apple leak-meister Chronic, the new MacBook Air laptops are 100 per cent sure to arrive in Apple Stores this Wednesday. Meanwhile AppleInsider is reporting that Apple has ordered 400,000 new Airs boasting Sandy Bridge processors and Thunderbird I/O tech
Link: AppleInsider

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Windows 8 to include Xbox Live
Microsoft has announced that the new Windows 8 operating system will have Xbox Live integration, just like Windows Phone. A Microsoft VP told the Seattle Times that Xbox Live will be pervasive across all devices.
Link: Seattle Times

Spotify set for US invasion
Our favourite streaming service Spotify might finally be ready to break the US after reportedly signing a deal with Universal Music. It already has deals with Sony and EMI, leaving just Warner putting up any kind of resistance. Anyone think Apple's maneuvering of the last few weeks has hastened Spotify's need?
Link: All Things Digital

Mark Zuckerberg has changed his relationship status
We don't get much celebrity gossip in the tech world, but when it does come around, us gadget fans are all over it like Kerry Katona on the front of OK Magazine. It seems that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is engaged. The source of this hot piece of gossip? Bill Gates, who spilled the beans in an interview with the Daily Mail.
Link: IBTimes