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23 Set/10

Kindle for Android Adds Highlighting, Notes, and Voice Search [Updates]

Kindle for Android Adds Highlighting, Notes, and Voice Search [Updates]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Android: The Kindle app for Android now offers more of the functionality Kindle fans come to expect, including the syncing of notes, highlighted phrases, full text search throughout ebooks. More Android-specifically, you can search for a phrase using your voice. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original...

14 Set/09

Use Dropbox for More Than Just File Syncing [Dropbox]

Use Dropbox for More Than Just File Syncing [Dropbox]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Ever since Lifehacker turned me on to Dropbox, it’s become one of the most essential pieces in my daily workflow. Sure it syncs files extremely well, but Dropbox is an excellent tool for so much more. Dropbox, at its core, is a simple file synchronization utility that stores your data in the cloud and makes it accessible across Windows, Mac, and Linux machines—or via the web interface from any browser. What...

3 Set/09

Happy Birthday: A Look Back at One Year of Google Chrome [Google Chrome]

Happy Birthday: A Look Back at One Year of Google Chrome [Google Chrome]

One year ago, Google Chrome came out of nowhere to re-ignite the browser debate. Today, it’s reached (development) version 4.0, and it’s anchoring a much-anticipated operating system. Here’s a look back at where Chrome’s been in 12 short months. Sept. 1-4: The Surprisingly Secret Birth Not too many marquee tech products, hardware or software, are developed in secret anymore. Still, when Chrome was officially announced on September 1, 2008, with a beta available...




3 Set/09

Happy Birthday: A Look Back at One Year of Google Chrome [Google Chrome]

Happy Birthday: A Look Back at One Year of Google Chrome [Google Chrome]

One year ago, Google Chrome came out of nowhere to re-ignite the browser debate. Today, it’s reached (development) version 4.0, and it’s anchoring a much-anticipated operating system. Here’s a look back at where Chrome’s been in 12 short months. Sept. 1-4: The Surprisingly Secret Birth Not too many marquee tech products, hardware or software, are developed in secret anymore. Still, when Chrome was officially announced on September 1, 2008, with a beta available...

3 Ago/09

Google Chrome to Get Cloud-Based Synchronization [Synchronization]

Google Chrome to Get Cloud-Based Synchronization [Synchronization]

A Google engineer recently posted a message on the Chromium development board stating that his team would be implementing a synchronization service into Chrome’s open-source progenitor as early as this week. What’s different about Chrome’s sync service? It uses a “push” service, through Google Talk protocols, to instantly move bookmarks, settings, and other user data into a Google account base, where it could be accessed on the web from any browser. A developer...

26 Giu/09

Synchronize Tomboy Notes with Dropbox [Notes]

Synchronize Tomboy Notes with Dropbox [Notes]

The Tomboy notes app built into many Linux distributions can synchronize across platforms through WebDAV or SSH, but it’s easier to set up your notes to be automatically synchronized through a Dropbox account. The Starry Hope Productions blog explains the relatively simple tweak needed to start up the synchronization. Open Tomboy’s settings, set the Synchronization settings to Local Folder, then change the folder path to a sub-folder in your main Dropbox folder, usually located...