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Adam Mills

Apple Hosting iOS 5 and MobileMe Event In April? - 3 views

    Rumor has it, Apple is going to be hosting a dedicated iOS 5 and MobileMe at their headquarters sometime in April.
Mac Gizmo Guy

Save On Discount Mac MobileMe : Cheap Activation or Renewal Plans - 8 views

    No need to pay $99 to activate or renew your Dot Mac - Mobile Me email and web services. Explore these options to save on MobileMe year after year.
Graham Perrin

use iTunes to prefer a calendar for events created on iPhone and iPod touch - 0 views

  • setting in iTunes to specify which calendar is used for new events created on the iPod touch
  • expect the Sync Engine to communicate with multiple clients
  • Truth Database has the truth
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  • Conflict Resolver offers its services to you — the human — for a decision to be made
  • use iTunes to prefer a calendar for events created on iPhone and iPod touch
  • The Info pane lets you configure the sync settings for your contacts, calendars, email accounts, and web browser.
  • For users of Mac OS X, some illustrations and background information
  • an iPhone may use both MobileMe (wirelessly) and a computer (typically wired)
  • Clients of Sync Engine may be many
  • If you have two or more Mac OS X computers:
  • a Truth Database and Sync Engine on each computer
  • If in addition you subscribe to MobileMe:
  • your MobileMe account is a client of multiple Sync Engines
Jeff Johnson

Cloud storage solution Syncplicity now offering Mac beta - Ars Technica - 0 views

    Hold on to your horses, MobileMe and Live Mesh, there's another new cloud storage option in town for Mac users. Syncplicity has launched the Mac beta of its service, which lets users store and sync files between computers using a fluffy white cloud of storage.
Jeff Johnson

Twin (online backup for Mac users) - 0 views

    Twin is the most flexible online backup solution for Mac OS X, compatible with most Internet servers: FTP, FTPS, SFTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, MobileMe. It even supports offline backups to external drives. Twin is a true Mac product that preserves Finder info, resource forks, ACLs, Privileges and comes with an elegant user interface and a powerful assistant. It also provides numerous high-end features like AES-256 encryption, efficient bz2 compression, powerful exclusion rules and scheduler, support for splitting large files during network transfers, network-error recovery, individual digital signature for backed up files, multi-cores machines optimization and much more!

iCloud: Using your email address - 0 views

    Y'all know that if you use iCloud and/or are continuing from MobileMe or, you now have an additional mail address?
Richard Sheppard

Windows Live Sync vs. Live Mesh vs. SkyDrive: Which is Right for You? - 0 views

    A good comparison of the three Windows services which do some of the things MobileMe does. For free.
Adam Mills

Apple announces new Apple TV - 4 views

    Apple has announced their revamped Apple TV which will focus on streaming and HD quality video. It will be available in a month for $99.
Didier Daglinckx

Mobile Me debuts large file sharing with iDisk - 0 views

    The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)
Graham Perrin The New World of Browser Choices is All About the Hooks - 0 views

  • the biggest trojan horse I see going forward to impact the browser marketplace is the iPhone
  • Could Mozilla/Firefox Apps Be Re-written for WebKit?
  • another WebKit-based browser, that could shake things up
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  • more tied into Apple's infrastructure of E-mail, Address Book, and iCal than ever before
    • Graham Perrin
      The infrastructure may be good but I greatly dislike hooks and ties.
Graham Perrin

Philippe DURIX's softwares - 0 views

    Ah! For my situation (providing IT support to a small group) ToMacs could be more suitable than dotmac
thanaads Thanaads Noo

Top 10 Apple Stories Of 2008 | All Apple News - 6 views

    With the launch of MacBook Air, an improved iPhone and smashing sales in the App Store, Apple sliced through the global economic gloom of 2008 and turned in a solid year.
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