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LogMeIn Express offers simple screen-sharing solution

LogMeIn has been around for quite awhile now as a very useful free remote access tool for casual users, as well as a commercial remote access tool for corporations. They've now taken the obvious step of putting their technology to use in the form of a screen sharing application called LogMeIn Express. The idea here is that you can quickly share your Windows computer's screen with up to 100 viewer...

LogMeIn Hamachi updated to version 2

LogMeIn's unique VPN solution 'Hamachi' has been updated to version 2. Hamachi - which is free for non profit use for up to 16 nodes (256 nodes are supported in the subscription based paid version) - is a simple to use VPN solution. The VPN provides 256 bit AES encrypted tunneling across public and private networks and is incredibly easy to manage from a web based interface. Multiple secur...

LogMeIn remote computer access beefs up free service

LogMeIn provides a suite of free and commercial applications that let you remotely log onto your PC or Mac from any machine with a web browser. But there are a few drawbacks. While you really can use pretty much any web browser, you'll have better results with Internet Explorer or Firefox because those applications can handle an ActiveX control or plugin. If you're using a different browser, you...

LogMeIn remote desktop access app coming to BlackBerry Storm

LogMeIn is developing an application that will let BlackBerry Storm users remotely access their Windows or OS X desktop computers. LogMeIn already provides a number of free and paid remote desktop solutions that can be run from a computer or several mobile devices including Windows Mobile and the iPhone. The BlackBerry Storm version is pretty interesting because it includes full support for the...

LogMeIn - now available for the Mac

Being able to access one computer from another, via some sort of remote desktop utility is hardly a new development, Windows and Mac OS have included VNC clients with their operating systems for years. Being able to access a Windows computer from your Mac isn't even new -- the Windows Remote Desktop client is available for the Mac, and programs like TightVNC will allow Windows users to connect t...

LogMeIn announces support for Palm Foleo

When Palm announced the $500 Palm Foleo mobile companion a few months ago, the world pretty much shrugged. It's not quite a laptop, and it's not quite a PDA. So what good is an underpowered device that doesn't run many applications, but lets you interact with your PDA or Smartphone? Well, as with any computing device, it turns out the Palm Foleo will only be as good as its software. And the more w...

LogMeIn remote administration for Windows Mobile

LogMeIn has a slew of products that let you remotely access PCs on the go. While LogMeIn is commercial software, you only have to pay for the fancier versions that let you do things like access files and printing on your home computer. LogMeIn's free client lets you log into your home computer from a web browser. There's even a Windows Mobile version that lets you access your home computer from y...

LogMeIn now available for Macs

LogMeIn has some lovin' for us Mac users, and has released an early preview of LogMeIn for the Mac platform. It seems "preview" is replacing "beta" as the label of choice for early release software these days. If you've used LogMeIn on a PC in the past, the experience of using it on a Mac will feel very familiar - in fact, it's identical. So identical, it's almost creepy. For mixed-platform home...

Access your media collection from your handheld - Mobile Minute

You probably know that you can listen to music or watch movies on your Windows Mobile device. But did you know you don't need to carry around a massive storage card? Flash memory cards are getting cheaper and cheaper. While a 16MB CompactFlash card used to cost an arm and a leg, now you can pick up 8GB cards for under $100. But why bother when you can access all the media stored on your PC remote...

Hamachi acquired by LogMeIn

Applied Networking, maker of Hamachi, has announced that it has been acquired by LogMeIn, Inc. Hamachi, a free tool described by Applied Networking as "a program that allows you to arrange multiple computers into their own secure network just as if they were connected by a physical network cable," and is a good match for LogMeIn, Inc., which makes browser-based VPN-like remote administration tools...