At Macworld, Nova Media (which we previously mentioned for expanding phone support in iSync) demonstrated their launch2net, a new piece of software that might be very handy for the globe-trotting MacBook (Pro) user. It's a connection manager that allows you to get online with a variety of GSM ExpressCard and USB devices. It automatically handles "all necessary network settings" to get online with, according to them at least, a single click. This could be very useful for using ExpressCard devices that don't have built-in OS X drivers.

It's a bit pricey at €75 (~$97), but a demo is available.

[Via Macsimum News]

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