WebOS 1.2.1 Fixes Palm Pre iTunes Syncing, Exchange Breakage

When webOS 1.2 didn't re-fix the syncing compatibility that iTunes 9 re-broke, it almost looked like this bizarre little Apple/Palm standoff had finally just, you know, puttered out. Well, nope, for some reason! Cue webOS 1.2.1. » 10/03/09 3:52am 10/03/09 3:52am

Push Gmail Finally Comes to the iPhone, Symbian and Windows Mobile

Apple hasn't added push for Gmail to its Mail app on the iPhone, but Google has worked around that via Google Sync. All you have to do is set it up as a Microsoft Exchange account. At last! » 9/22/09 12:40pm 9/22/09 12:40pm

iPhone OS 3.1 Breaks MS Exchange On Older iPhones

To an email-syncing office drone with an iPhone 3G, this change looks like a bug. To an IT admin, this change actually looks like a bugfix. But no matter how you see it, Apple screwed up somewhere down the line. » 9/11/09 10:30am 9/11/09 10:30am

Giz Explains: How Push Works

Push. It's not just a verb that sends people careening down a flight of stairs. It's also not just for guys in suits diddling on BlackBerrys. You hear it featured on new iPhone apps every week. So, what is it? » 8/06/09 3:20pm 8/06/09 3:20pm

Full Exchange Syncing Comes to Android via Third Party

Speaking of Android » 11/23/08 8:00pm 11/23/08 8:00pm, you G1 fans may recall that with zero-point-zero Exchange functionality, pissing off more than one business person (at least two or three). The Android masters said that the platform would happily support third-party Exchange integration, and lo, here it comes. This week, NitroDesk rolled out…

Clarification: Exchange Sync Won't Eat All Your Data

People got scared when, in his iPhone 3G review, Walt Mossberg said that a Microsoft Exchange sync can wipe out your personal calendar and contacts (though not your personal e-mail). This is true, but it is only half the truth. What we have learned is that MobileMe—mind you, a paid subscription service—can serve up… » 7/10/08 5:25pm 7/10/08 5:25pm