With the recent update to Google Docs that allows users to not only create documents, but to upload existing ones, there are a few companies that are taking advantage of that to spawn new services. One such company is Memeo. Memeo Connect is a desktop application for Macs and PCs that syncs up your Google… Continue reading Memeo Connect syncs your Google docs to your desktop (PC or Mac)
Mozilla Labs has just released Weave 1.0 and (so far) it rocks for sync’ing up my Firefox installs on different computers. Weave is actually a lot more than just a synchronization tool, but that’s the first service to come out of the project. So what’s the point of it? Let me paint you a picture:… Continue reading Review: Mozilla Weave keeps your Firefox installations in sync
Synctastic. Well at least if you have one of the supported phones. Google Sync now also supports Gmail in addition to Calendar and Contacts and works with iPhone, iPod Touch, Windows Mobile, and S60 devices.
Perhaps a bit like MobileMe is Sync from Google Mobile. This new application for your phone allows you to synchronise your contacts and calendar entries with your Google account. Operating via a ‘cloud’ this interaction takes place wirelessly, also adding sounds and vibration from your calendar alerts to your phone. Sync synchronises your data with… Continue reading Google Mobile – Sync
Almost 3 years ago, Gizmos for Geeks reviewed GoodSync with the intent of using it to backup important data from a user’s desktop computer to USB thumb drives. Fast forward to today where hard drives have grown tremendously in size and so has data storage and you have an even tougher backup issue. For those… Continue reading Review: GoodSync – Backup and Sync Tool
Think about it for just 1 second – you don’t remember any phone numbers any more, do you? Yup, neither do I. Problem is that many of those numbers I need are only stored in my cell phone. I’ve got a Palm and even now, I fail to sync it to the Palm desktop software… Continue reading ZYB – Sync your Cell Phone’s contacts to the Web