BusyMac has released a public beta of its BusyCal calendar program with support for Apple's new MobileMe Calendar beta.
A minor update to this oddly positioned client for Mozilla's "Firefox Sync" service brings a number of changes, including a much-requested feature: an actual address bar for typing in any Website.
An innovative iPad app figures out what scene you're watching, and gives you additional information about the show in real time.
The forthcoming 2.0 version of Literature and Latte's Scrivener writing software will add a number of new features and enhancements, including ePub export, sync with Simplenote, and a much-tweaked interface.
Why is it so hard to make Outlook calendars and contacts sync with an iPhone? CIO.com's Bill Snyder finds a workaround using Google Calendar and shares his tips.
Basecamp is a Web-based project collaboration service, and OmniFocus is a powerful project manager for Mac, iPhone, and iPad. Spootnik is a new syncing service for your business that wants to bridge these two worlds.
Syncing your calendar and contact data across your Mac and iOS devices using MobileMe can come in handy, but not when your contacts disappear. Ted Landau looks at potential options for getting those contacts back where they belong.
Users of 1Password for Mac and 1Password Pro for iOS can now synchronize their passwords with their Macs, iPhones, and Windows PCs securely via Dropbox.
AddressBookSync uses a clean interface and simple procedures to help coordinate the people in your Mac OS X Address Book with your Facebook friends.
A more complete fix is necessary for the iPhone iOS 4 Exchange synch problem, an expert said.