Yet another free note-taking service is about to shut down. There's no leniency on the expiration of your saved data, so it's time to pack up and move on.
Are you a Catch notes user? Wondering where you'll go now that its service is shutting down? Here's how to pack up your data and move on.
You can now export your Feedly subscriptions to an OPML file, so you can easily move to another reader or just to have for safe keeping.
Google Reader will cease to exist after July 1. If you haven't migrated to another news reader yet, you only have a few days left before it's too late to export your data out of Google Reader.
Easing of sanctions will allow U.S. residents to export communications equipment to individuals, but not to the Iranian government.
A trade group that represents Apple, Hewlett-Packard, and other tech giants is pushing new language for an international treaty that one watchdog group says could open the floodgates to toxic e-waste exportation.
Following the path of Facebook, Twitter's CEO says the company is developing a new feature that will let users download all tweets they ever posted to the social network.
Apple is taking fire from a Chinese company that says it still owns the iPad trademark there--and which now wants an import and export ban.
Google Tasks is a great to-do list manager, but it's not for everyone. If you feel stuck in the system, Google Tasks Porter will let you export your data in several popular formats. It will also let you import items from other task managers into Google Tasks, if you like.
Agreements with Colombia, Panama, and South Korea also specify that citizens can choose computer applications of their choice, but "subject to the needs of law enforcement."