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How to remove iPhone, iPad or Mac from iCloud account?

Removing iCloud account from the device settings is the easiest way to disassociate from an iCloud account. But, in case you don’t have access to the device then, follow steps below.

Step 1- Sign in to your iCloud account.


Step 2- Click “Find My iPhone” and wait for the application to attempt to sync with the device you want to delete. If it is unsuccessful, the “Delete” icon will display next to the device name. If it does connect successfully, you must disconnect the device from the Internet and wait for it to appear as “Offline.” Once device is offline click on it to get more options.


Step 3- Click “Remove from Account” to remove the device.


In addition, if you have access to device perform further steps. Otherwise you are done.

Step 4- Tap the “Settings” icon on the device’s menu and select “iCloud.”

Step 5- Move the Find My iPhone slider to the “Off” position.

Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing ConceptCloud computing means the use of computing resources such as hardware and software delivered as service over network typically internet. Cloud computing allows users to pay for a service which provides adequate software and hardware to process, collaborate and share user data over internet. Cloud computing really is the future of network communication. So, what you can do when you have a cloud service?

  1. Share: in earlier days people used to email attachments and then other party will modify the attachment to create new version and send you back a copy of that. In cloud computing user need not email a copy of file he/she just have created/edited. File resides on the cloud and user shares a link with other parties, other parties then can view/edit same file on the cloud and original user can see updated file on cloud right away without getting any notification from the editing party. There is a new term for this type of sharing, it’s call collaborating on cloud.
  2. Sync: Many cloud services allow synchronization of user’s data among several devices. A good example is, a user creating power point presentation at his/her home computer and forgetting to email it at work. If this user uses a cloud service he need not worry about that email as the sync service will already copy that file from his/her home computer to the cloud storage and download it automatically at the office computer as it is pre-configured.
  3. Storage: Store all your data online and access it from anywhere in the world. One of the prime service of cloud computing is offering users space on the web to store their data securely. Most of the cloud services use bank level security to encrypt your data on the internet. Services like Dropbox, iCloud and Microsoft drive offer some amount of free space per account. Users can then buy more space as required for a monthly fees. About Google drive they is cloud but frankly speaking you cannot upload videos and photos and cannot store files as you want.
  4. Automatic Backup: While some services focus on syncing and sharing files on cloud. Many out there like Just Cloud offer automatic on cloud backup feature for your whole computer with unlimited.

Facebook Chat on Mac Messages


If you like using messages on your Mac. Especially if you are up to date with Mac Mountain Lion and like the new notification center already then there is a very good news for you. There is a way to do Facebook chat from your Messages App. Yes! no need to login to Facebook to chat with your friends. Here’s how you do it…

First, find your Facebook username by going to Next, Open iChat, then select iChat » Preferences and click on the Accounts tab.

Click on the + (plus) sign to add a new account, with these settings:

Account Type is Jabber Account
Account name is, and enter your password
Click the drop-down arrow to reveal Server options. Enter as the server name.
Enter 5222 as the port and click Done. Check the screenshot below.

Click Done again, and you are good to go.