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CopyTrans Contacts

CopyTrans Contacts makes it easy to manage iPhone contacts, calendars, notes, bookmarks (also iPod Touch and iPad) and export your...

March 22, 2015 By WindSolutions

Analysts start to sweat Apple's Q2, outlook

Apple analysts have quickly stopped yapping about $1 trillion market caps and $1,000 stock prices and now sweat iPhone volumes and the outlook for the June quarter.

April 16, 2013


Outlook4Gmail is a must-have Outlook add-in that provides easy synchronization of your Outlook and Gmail accounts (contacts and appointments)....

March 11, 2015 By Scand

iPhone 5 faces bleak outlook in China

Whether the new Apple smartphone can enter the Chinese market remains a question as knock-off phonemaker says it had patented the design--before the official launch on Thursday--which has proven to be identical with the real model.

September 13, 2012 by

CompanionLink for Outlook

CompanionLink for Outlook keeps Outlook categories, contacts, calendar, tasks, notes, alarms, and photos synchronized with phones,...

November 19, 2014 By CompanionLink Software

MobileTechRoundup show #131, WiFi or 3G, what is the mobile users preference?

AT&T is starting to take over for T-Mobile in providing WiFi access at Starbucks and other locations so to kick off MobileTechRoundup show #131 James provided his thoughts on using another alternative solution, Boingo Wireless. I also used their Boingo Mobile service in Spain on my Nseries devices so I provided some thoughts on the service too. Kevin and I tested out the new Skype beta on my Nokia N95-3 before the show and it was impressive. Listen to also find out what would compel us to upgrade to the upcoming 3G iPhone and if any cohost plans to do so. Kevin brought up a freeware from Paul at MoDaCo.com that removes duplicate contacts and then James mentioned the Outlook duplicate remover he found years ago at a UK church website that is actually still providing the utility for free. We hear Palm is beta testing a new device on the Sprint network, but is it too little too late for them? We end by asking whether a hotspot or 3G data is the preferred service for the mobile user.

May 1, 2008 by

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