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Rumors are piling up for what the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote event will entail this Monday. The first is a double-hitter from AppleInsider regarding Mac OS X Lion and iCloud. Rumor has it that the purchase of Mac OS X Lion will include access to a certain tier of iCloud,
Evernote has been updated with the ability to sync documents between Mac, and Windows. For $5/month, Evernote can be updated to let you sync any document between your computer and iPhone. The technology expounds upon their note-taking process. Notes are created as they were before, but now any standard Office document file type can be dragged into it and synced between cloud, iPhone and computer. They can be edited from web or computer, and viewed in full on the iPhone. More info is available at the Evernote blog. [via Wired]