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Windows Live Mesh users must switch by Wednesday

Microsoft will kill Live Mesh on Wednesday, so current users have only a couple of days left to jump ship to SkyDrive or a similar service.

By February 11, 2013


LastPass acquires Xmarks, premium service announced

Xmarks announced that it has been acquired by LastPass and introduced a new premium service that costs $12 per year.

By December 2, 2010


Xmarks CEO: Knight-in-shining-armor rescue likely

The company isn't going to make it, but the popular browser sync tool is likely to live on.

By October 7, 2010


Xmarks may live on, in paid form

Universal bookmark sync service Xmarks said it's closing up shop early next year, but there may be hope in the form of a paid service.

By September 30, 2010


Xmarks shutting down bookmark sync service

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.

By September 28, 2010


5 seriously useful Chrome extensions

There's one major element that sets browsers like Google Chrome apart from Safari and Internet Explorer: add-ons. Check out our top five Chrome extensions for the seriously efficient types.

By July 29, 2011


Xmarks extension alpha for Chrome arrives

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.

By August 19, 2009


CNET to the Rescue: We are done with PCs (and Macs)

Brian Cooley joins us today for an epic rant about re-installing Windows yet again. Also, great topics from listeners, including updating Android phones, using an iMac as a TV, and using solar power on laptops.

By May 18, 2011


Webware 100 winner: Xmarks

Webware 100 winner: Xmarks

By May 19, 2009


Buzz Out Loud 1413: iPad 2 sooner than expected? (podcast)

On today's show, Brian Tong's secret sources seem to indicate that the iPad 2 might be hitting stores sooner than expected ... we'll see. The announcement is March 2! Also, the FTC looks into kids buying all those Smurf Berries in game on their iPhones, and radiation from cell phones does actually make things happen in your brain, we just don't know what it means. --Molly

By February 23, 2011