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Pogoplug Beta turns your computer into a personal cloud server

Pogoplug has been best known for hardware up until now. Sure, there's obviously a software component involved in letting you access your files once you've purchased a Pogoplug, but when people think about it, they usually visualize the device and not the software. That may change, however, since the company behind Pogoplug is getting ready to unveil a software-only solution that will turn ...

GoToMyPC remote access software gets a Mac version

GoToMyPC, probably the most-advertised solution for remotely accessing your other machines, is finally coming to Mac. No, it's not called GoToMyMac. The slightly-more-confusing name is "GoToMyPC for Mac." Despite the name, you can use it to access either a Mac or a PC from your OS X machine. The pricetag is $19.95/mo to access one other computer, but there's also a 30-day free trial. That shoul...

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...

WinAdmin: Remote Desktop on the iPhone

As an iPhone user who works on Windows servers daily, I decided to purchase the WinAdmin application ($11.99) which promised to provide remote desktop connectivity from my iPhone to supported Windows operating systems (XP, Vista, 2003, 2008). So far the app has worked as advertised. I have a list of servers with all the necessary login information saved (name, IP address, username, password, scree...

Todd's Favorite Mac Apps: CoRD

Since I often have to connect to Windows servers (or sometimes workstations) from my Mac laptop, CoRD is my RDP client of choice. CoRD is a free and open-source application for Mac that allows me to save multiple servers' connection information in the handy sidebar so that I can quickly start remote desktop connections. CoRD lets me connect to multiple servers simultaneously while only taking up o...

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 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...

SoonR: Access dekstop files from your phone

It's been a while since we've talked about SoonR, a company that lets you access your desktop files on the go from your mobile phone. Recently SoonR was named one of 25 startups to watch by Business 2.0, and the company put out a nifty promotional video (with really horrible microphone placement. Make sure not to listen to this with the volume cranked up, or your ears will burst). SoonR looks ...