A little farther now from .Mac...
At first there was iTools. Then there was dotMac (.Mac), then there was MobileMe, and now there is iCloud. I think this particular service was what I first used as paid web-hosting, and as a Mac user both at work and as school (before always-connected phones), I used mail, calendar, contact and bookmark sync for everything. As I slowly moved from an iPhone/iPad ecosystem to Android, so
Την περασμένη εβδομάδα διάβαζα ένα δημοσίευμα απο τον javapapo για το τέλος τον DVD, και πιο συγκεκριμένα τα DVD backup. Η αλήθεια ειναι πως δεν το είχα σκεφτεί και παρά πολύ το θέμα αλλα και εγώ, εδώ και αρκετά χρονια, εχω πάψει να
Welcome to iOS5
Well, since MobileMe is inching closer and closer to its inevitable death, I decided today to update my iPhone 3GS to iOS5, and move my data to iCloud. I attempted at jailbreaking my iPhone, but since it was jailbroken the update process eluded me in the short time frame that I had to update, so I decided to just go with stock iOS. My iPad hasn't been jailbroken, and iOS5 is not bad on it,
I guess iCloud is the next best thing in the Apple domain. Man this service has changes so many names over the years; iTools in 2000, .Mac (dot Mac) in 2002, MobileMe in 2008 and in 2011 it's going to be iCloud.I just got the following email from Apple regarding the service:Dear MobileMe member,We'd like to share some exciting news with you about iCloud — Apple’s upcoming cloud service, which