Like bubbles casually floating on the horizon, Sony Ericsson's Sync service is about to fade into obscurity. Last week, the company formerly known as Sony Ericsson confirmed that Sync will be shut down on December 29th, in favor of similar offerings from Google and other companies. In a stateme...
November 28th 2011 at 5:35am
I am trying to find a way to keep my address book in sync across my:
Google Apps account
as well as my wife's
Google Apps account
(Aside: by "Gmail account" I mean a regula...
August 30th 2011 at 2:00pm
Comcast's Plaxo acquisition has borne fruit beyond its social media address book roots with Tunerfish, aimed at pulling social networking features and TV into one website. Currently in closed alpha, it lets TV watchers note what they're watching and share with others, Foursquare style. No word on w...
May 24th 2010 at 8:12pm
Assuming you're not Twitter, Facebook and Pownce'd to death already, Comcast is bringing the social network universe straight to your set-top box. This morning it announced the purchase of Plaxo, the company already behind Comcast's universal address book due later this year. By tying together TV pl...
May 15th 2008 at 11:41am
One-time contact manager, now full-blown social networking site Plaxo has its share of fans and detractors; despite the privacy concerns of its address management techniques, you can't deny that its Mac support has been good and getting better, with a new build of the Address Book plugin released on...
January 23rd 2008 at 12:00pm
Plaxo is an online address book and calendar manager that can synchronize your information between Outlook, Google, Yahoo!, AIM, your Apple apps and more. Today they released version 3.0 which includes a number of improvements, like:
Google Calendar synchronization
Calender "countdowns" to...
June 25th 2007 at 3:00pm
There's nothing like keying 300+ contacts to your cellphone, only to have something catastrophic happen and lose them all. Sure, providers offer certain forms of backup, but a new service from Plaxo will make all your worries over losing that oh-so-precious contact list disappear. The firm is hookin...
November 4th 2006 at 1:59pm