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Remote Desktop

Remote Desktop brings order to your Droid. View and retrieve all the contents of your phone such as documents, photos, videosAll you...

3 days ago by Xtralogic

Why I'm switching from Dropbox to Google Drive

I have been a paid subscriber of the Dropbox cloud storage service for over two years, syncing files from home to office, across PCs and Macs. A few weeks ago, Google launched their Google Drive service, which is very similar to Dropbox.

May 31, 2012 by

File Manager App - Files United

Files United is the ultimate file manager for your iPhone or iPad. Access your cloud services, enjoy your digital content and manage...

December 9, 2014 by Zuhanden

Pioneer's Project ET networked entertainment concept phones home (theaters)

After bailing out of the plasma HDTV market, Pioneer seemed destined to selling Blu-ray players and A/V receivers, but it has a bigger idea in mind with its Entertainment Tap (or Project ET) networked concept player. At its heart, it's a streaming media box that plays files from your networked PCs on your HDTV as well as offering online services like Netflix's on-demand video.

September 12, 2009 by

Green Dam definitively blocks political sites - and creates security breach

Despite China's claims that Green Dam Youth Escort - the spyware the government has commanded shall be installed on all new PCs - is merely a porn filter, it's now clear that the software filters a whole bunch of political content.According to The Wall Street Journal, a report by Harvard University researcher Isaac Mao, who has seen the code, says Green Dam's data files block "much more than Falun Gong.

June 11, 2009 by

DirectBox

Cloud Strategy for CompaniesWant to be sure only authorized users with authorized devices can handle your critical data in the cloud?...

December 8, 2014 by JIRANSOFT Inc.

Five Windows tools to keep your digital life in sync

Keeping files, programs, bookmarks, and passwords in sync across two computers is a tricky task. Over the course of the last few years, I’ve built up an assortment of tools and techniques that help me keep track of files, bookmarks, passwords, RSS feeds, and other assorted data (mostly work-related) as I switch between PCs. In this post, I’ll share my favorite software, services, and shortcuts for keeping stuff in sync.

April 5, 2009 by

Microsoft takes wraps off Live Mesh

At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Amit Mital, general manager of Live Mesh at Microsoft, demos the company's new platform. The initiative is a "software plus services" platform that enables PCs and other devices to "come alive" by making them aware of each other through the Internet, enabling the sharing of files and applications seamlessly on the Web.

April 24, 2008 by

PCMobilizr: Access your PC from a mobile phone

Rove Mobile introduced PCMobilizr, which lets users have complete access to the files and applications on their home and office PCs. With the PC becoming a peripheral to smartphones (especially those with bright, big screens), PCMobilizr makes a lot of sense.

January 30, 2008 by

Symantec deletes vital XP files

According to the Financial Times, Chinese language users of XP had certain inoffensive yet vital files deleted by a Symantec update on Friday.Affected PCs that were switched off could not be restarted unless the files were reinstalled, said the FT.

May 21, 2007 by

How I solved my Outlook-Google Calendar issues

Working on a number of different PCs and connected devices introduces all sorts of complexity. A constant issue is how to keep all of the information I need access to at hand, regardless of the device I happen to be using. E-mail is pretty easy - between Gmail and IMAP I can access all of my e-mail from any device I use. Calendar info, contacts, task lists, and files all present tougher issues and, as I'm now in full-time platform switching mode using both the Tablet PC and the MacBook as well as the Treo 700P and the Nokia N93, the complexity has increased in a big way.

March 13, 2007 by

Gates: A server in every home

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates speaks with CNET News.com's Ina Fried and discusses his vision of each home having a server that will host files for multiple PCs.

January 7, 2007 by

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