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GoToMyPC app for iPad lets you access remote computers on-the-go

Popular remote computing tool GoToMyPC has launched an iPad app, joining competitors like TeamViewer HD in the App Store. You'll need the host program installed on any computers you wish to access, and an account is also required (but GoToMyPC does offer a free a 30-day trial). Fire up the app on your iPad, and you're presented with a list of computers you've previously enabled for remote ac...

TeamViewer for Android boosts performance, exits beta

TeamViewer is one of the most popular remote control apps around, and its mobile version for Android has been an incredibly handy tool for on-the-go administrators since its beta release. Now, TeamViewer for Android has shed the beta tag, and it's ready for full time remote admin duties. The updated version offers better support for hardware keyboards and Swype, and optical trackballs and d-pa...

Google Chrome's Remoting feature inches closer to usability

Remoting -- which looks to be Google Chrome's answer to RDP and Terminal Services computing -- has taken yet another step toward its inevitable debut. In recent Chromium snapshot builds, Remoting now appears on the about:labs page. However, unlike the other Labs options -- like side tabs, tabbed settings, and Instant -- Remoting still isn't usable. After enabling and restarting Chromium, you'l...

Google Chrome dev version update brings app sync, more

Google Chrome's dev channel has been bumped from 7.0.503.0 to 7.0.517.0. The update wasn't silky-smooth for me this time -- more on that later in this post. So what's new in Chrome dev? For starters, there's been a lot of code cleanup, and there have also been some minor UI tweaks as well -- a few pixels rounded here and there on Mac, but nothing too noticeable. Google Chrome's remoting code h...

Google Chrome's Remoting feature shows up in Chromium with enterprise implications

We've known about Google Chrome's "Chromoting" feature for some time. Many blogs reported it as a way to "run Windows apps on Chrome OS," which is, of course, a bit of a stretch. Now relabeled "Remoting," the feature is probably closer to running an application via Terminal Services or by first connecting to a host machine by using RDP or VNC. Any way you look at it, Remoting is a very key com...