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Jeff Johnson

Using Multiple iPhones and iPods with One Mac - 25 views

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    With many households now using more iOS devices than computers, it is important to be able to sync multiple devices to one Mac. This can be done using one of three main methods.
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Adam Mills

iTunes sync with Palm Pre works once again - 0 views

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    The little guy strikes back. Palm's new WebOS update allows for Pre users to sync with iTunes, even if they updated to the version that originally blocked it.
Adam Mills

iTunes update prevents syncing with Palm Pre - 0 views

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    It is confirmed. Apple's iTunes 8.2.1 prevents the ability to sync with the Palm Pre.
yc c

shrook.com: Welcome - 0 views

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    Online RSS reader. Mac OS X users can synchronize copies of Shrook with their shrook.com account.
Didier Daglinckx

Spanning Sync - Sync iCal and Google Calendar - 0 views

  • Synchronize iCal and Address Book with Google Calendar and Gmail Contacts. Share calendars and contacts among multiple Macs. And while you're at it, connect Google Apps to your iPhone or iPod.
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    Synchronize iCal and Address Book with Google Calendar and Gmail Contacts. Share calendars and contacts among multiple Macs. And while you're at it, connect Google Apps to your iPhone or iPod.
Jeff Johnson

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

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    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

Software: Sync Your iPhone, iPod Touch Over Wi-Fi - 0 views

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    If the Zune can wirelessly sync over your home network why can't your iPhone A developer's made an automatic GUI
Graham Perrin

Philippe DURIX's softwares - 0 views

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    Ah! For my situation (providing IT support to a small group) ToMacs could be more suitable than dotmac http://code.google.com/p/dotmac/
Jeff Johnson

Syncing Google Calendar With iCal - 0 views

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    Google calendar can be a great tool for organizing your life. Sure, it's not as powerful as other desktop-based calendar applications or even personal digital assistants. But it's free and it works on just about any Web browser. You can even use it across multiple computers-you don't need to stick to one machine, as most other desktop-based calendaring applications are limited to. However, sometimes you would still want to use your own desktop application. Google Calendar does have limitations. For one, there's no internal means to handle tasks or to-do lists. And the interface can be a bit slow when you're working on slow connections. Fortunately, Google Calendar allows for syncing with external applications, by virtue of SyncML, and through one-way syncing via XML. For instance Apple's iCal, which is built-into Mac OS X, can be used to subscribe to your Google Calendar, and will automatically check Google Calendar every few minutes to check for new items.
Jeff Johnson

Sync Google Calendar and iPhone over the air with NemusSync - 0 views

  • A great little application hit my iPhone installer yesterday called NemusSync. It does one very simple thing and does it well. It syncs your Google Apps calendar with your iCal on your iPhone (and by extension, your iCal or Outlook on the desktop). Over the Air. Like Apple and Google should have done in the first, second, or third place. It works. It will even sync your shared calendars. Not much else to say. Enjoy.
Jeff Johnson

Spanning Sync - Sync iCal and Google Calendar - 0 views

  • Synchronize Google Calendar and Apple iCal. Share calendars between multiple Macs. Share calendars with your coworkers, family, and friends. And while you're at it, connect Google Calendar to your iPod, mobile phone, and other devices.
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