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May 31, 2015 By TinyHomeUtil

Homedisk (64-bit)

Every family has a lot of video, music and photos, some of files have been published in the social media. More files are stored in...

May 31, 2015 By TinyHomeUtil

Homedisk (32-bit)

Every family has a lot of video, music and photos, some of files have been published in the social media. More files are stored in...

June 28, 2013 By Ideal DVD Software

Ideal Media Solution

Rip blu-ray movie to mkv,mpg,avi,mp4,wm,mp3 format. Embedded abundant profiles for popular smart phones, TVs, tablets and portable...

June 29, 2012 by

Google targets iPhone and iPad users with Chrome and Drive

Google has released an iOS version of its Chrome browser, after taking the Android version out of beta earlier this week.In a blog post on Thursday, Chrome chief Sundar Pichai said the move would give users "a consistent, personalised web experience across all devices".

April 28, 2012

SkyDrive for Windows

Just before Google finally released Google Drive cloud storage and sync (see our First Take here), Microsoft made some improvements to its own cloud sync and storage service, SkyDrive, including releasing preview Windows and Mac versions of the SkyDrive app that's already available for Windows Phone and iPhone. (There isn't an official SkyDrive app for Android, but Microsoft has endorsed some of the free Android apps like Browser, Portfolio and Cloud Explorer).

June 22, 2011 by

Navigating with Windows Phone, turn by turn

Before Windows Phone 7 came out, we repeatedly asked Microsoft if app developers would be able to create turn-by-turn GPS navigation apps - not only are they useful (we drive everywhere in the US and UK using CoPilot, now on iPhone instead of Windows Mobile) but they're a good test of how much access to the platform a developer gets.

November 29, 2009 by

Could the latest LaCie LaCinema Classic HD streaming media device be The One?

Unless Apple decides to make Apple TV as irresistible as it's made the iPod and iPhone, it's still anybody's game when it comes to the streaming media device that could capture the living rooms (and the HDTVs installed within) of the masses. There are cheap streamers, slightly less cheap streamers with wireless connections, Blu-ray players with streaming capabilities, and hard drive-based solutions.

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