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Foxmarks has changed its name to Xmarks. CEO James Joaquin tells Larry Magid how the company is doing more than letting people sync bookmarks
Are the popular plug-ins new features a bonus or do the muddy this otherwise pure and simple application?
Use more than one computer and hate managing passwords on them? Check this out.
The service was popular in a technical niche, but the company couldn't find a way to make money from either the sync service or other possibilities.
So your daughter is at college borrowing a Wi-Fi signal from the boys downstairs. What could go wrong? We explain, and solve. Also: Replace the expiring XMarks and watching a Parrot AR.Drone fall from the sky.
The widely used bookmark synchronization plug-in is available in alpha form to those selected to test it. Xmarks hopes to open testing to more people soon.
Google's browser will get its own ability to synchronize bookmarks soon. Could its message-passing infrastructure be useful for Chrome OS, too?
Webware 100 winner: Xmarks
Tom and Rafe talk about some of their favorite applications and utilities for the Mac.
Six of fifteen companies pitching at the start-up conference Tuesday are offering new ways for you to find Web content you're likely to enjoy.