mobile me

  • Apple releases iDisk for iPhone

    Apple releases iDisk for iPhone

    Do you have a MobileMe subscription? No? Oh. Well, if you did you could now download Apple’s iDisk application and send files to your friends and neighbors. The app browses your online iDisk and lets you view Office files and PDFs right on your phone. You can also send links to files via email. Read More

  • Me abortive Me Session

    Me abortive Me Session

    Before Like most Mactards this morning I headed over to me.com to check out the new goodies. As I logged in I was presented with the MobileMe screen with an array of icons and my excitement, needless to say, was palpable and turgid. Sadly, however, my palpability deflated as I was then kicked back to the MobileMe intro page again and again, thwarted from enjoying MobileMe features. Words cannot… Read More

  • Apple sends out MobileMe boxes slightly prematurely

    Apple sends out MobileMe boxes slightly prematurely

    It looks like Apple sent out a few German MobileMe boxes prematurely, exciting fans of push email everywhere. No, it doesn’t work yet and no it didn’t include an iPhone update to enable the Me. Considering the service is mostly web-based anyway, this was most likely an empty box with some manuals inside it. Read More

  • .Mac reborn, now mobileme: Sync your life from A to Z

    .Mac reborn, now mobileme: Sync your life from A to Z

    The following is how TechCrunch’s Erik Schoenfeld interprets today’s announcement of the new .Mac, mobileme. As was widely speculated before Steve Jobs’ keynote address today, Apple is relaunching its .Mac service as mobileme. The service syncs emails, photos, contacts, calendars, and other information between your iPhone and different computers. It works not only on Macs, but… Read More