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Utilities Updates: Duplicate Annihilator 2.13.0; Xupport 3.3; PDFProtect 2.1; BitPim 0.9.08; more

Utilities Updates: Duplicate Annihilator 2.13.0; Xupport 3.3; PDFProtect 2.1; BitPim 0.9.08; more

By November 17, 2006

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LifeIO: most ambitious PIM yet?

LifeIO: most ambitious PIM yet?

By June 23, 2006

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Nook Media signs up for more Hollywood content

The Barnes & Noble unit unveils new content licensing partnerships with major studios and content providers including Lionsgate, MGM, Paramount, National Geographic, and Little Pim.

By March 7, 2013

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How to Bridge your PlayBook to a BlackBerry

The recently launched BlackBerry PlayBook is lacking e-mail, calendar, and other important features now expected on tablets. With the help of BlackBerry Bridge, users can access their BlackBerry smartphones' e-mail, calendar, and other PIM applications. This guide will walk you through how to set up BlackBerry Bridge.

By April 22, 2011

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Nokia N80

If you can afford it, the Nokia N80 delivers a powerful multimedia phone packed with advanced imaging features, PIM functionality, and good call quality.

May 21, 2008

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Mitch Kapor bails on the Chandler project

The tech luminary is stepping away from one of his pet projects, Chandler--which has never delivered on its promise to deliver a mind-blowingly innovative PIM suite.

By January 9, 2008

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Nokia's multimedia-rich phone

If you can afford it, the Nokia N80 delivers a powerful multimedia phone packed with advanced imaging features, PIM functionality and good call quality. CNET's Bonnie Cha takes a look.

November 1, 2007

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Where you can make a record if 5000 people like your band

Today we welcome Pim Betist from Sellaband.com. He talks to us about his revolutionary music website that puts bands' success in the hands of the you, the internet. We also talk about Oscar winner Marion Cotillard's questionable past, as well as when ex

By February 27, 2008

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The computer that can smell, hear and touch

IBM has predicted that in the next five years, computers will be able to mimic all of the human senses in many different ways.

By December 18, 2012