Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Creating web apps at iPhone camp (CNET News.com)

Innovation at its highest level -- The iPhone Developer Camp this weekend was all about innovation and processes to get there. About 300 Web developers, testers, designers and people with or without an iPhone gathered in San Francisco to hack into Safari and create new apps for the iPhone. The outcome of the weekend was more than 50 new applications.

I went there Saturday and Sunday and talked to techie people about software, coding and hacking. Read my article here!

I also took pictures that were published in a photo gallery (look at it here) in CNET's front door.


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Hi; I'm the Public Relations Manager for MobileSyncBrowser: As your online publication is in touch with news about iPhone Technology and Applications, I'm writing to tell you about MobileSync Browser, in its 3.1 version, the exclusive pre-release of this application. You can try MobileSyncBrowser for free at mobilesyncbrowser.com
I'm attaching the press release which outlines all the useful characteristics of MSB, now in its third generation. You are welcome to download the free trial, and if you like what it does, what it offers and how it behaves, would you kindly write a review or use the attached information to let your readers know about MobileSyncBrowser?
MSB is available in English, Spanish, French, Polish, Italian and German, but will support any iPhone, regardless of language.
If you have questions or comments, please write back directly to the developer, Vaughn S. Cordero at audiobinderATmacDOTcom, or reply to my email. Thank you for your help. -- Madeleine D. Quilichini, Public Relations, MSB e: mad_copyATyahooDOTcom

Press Release, for Immediate Release. [You are receiving this because you are on our Press Contacts list. If you want to stop receiving these updates, wish to add or change your address, email us at audiobinder@mac.com or mad_copy@yahoo.com]

MobileSyncBrowser 3.1 introduces groundbreaking backup management features

San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA – September 2009 – Vaughn S. Cordero of VSC/Macsupport, is pleased to announce that the popular application, MobileSyncBrowser has added backup management in its latest release and is now available for download at mobilesyncbrowser.com
MobileSyncBrowser (MSB) is the simple, intuitive software utility to view, protect and recover your iPhone and iPod Touch data from your Mac or Windows PC.
MobileSyncBrowser 3.1 adds two groundbreaking features to manage and enhance backups and restores.
CoreRestore allows the user to create special backups with specific files to restore their devices at a later time. This is an invaluable aid when a device is having problems and a Reset/Restore simply causes the issue to reappear. Now users can reset their device and restore only their 'core' personal data without restoring settings files that may cause problems. Users can also save application-specific preferences and even game stats for later use.
Rollback allows users to keep older, historical backups for restoration. Because iTunes normally keeps only the most recent backup, users may find the current backup lacks important data that existed in a previous backup. MSB users now have the option to prepare these 'RollBack' copies ahead of time.
MobileSyncBrowser is available for US$10. A Plus license is available as well for USD$20, which enables additional data recovery features.
About VSC/Macsupport and MobileSyncBrowser:
Introduced in 2007, MobileSyncBrowser (MSB) is the iPhone backup utility that allows users access to their SMS Messages, Notes and Call History from the their iTunes backups to view, archive and export the information contained within. MSB was the first of its kind and remains the most complete, cross-platform (Mac and Windows) solution available to the public. It is user-friendly and presents a simple, iPhone-like interface.
Technical Contact:
Vaughn S. Cordero audiobinderATmacDOTcom
Phone: 787.649.6227
Press Contact:
Madeleine D. Quilichini
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Unknown said...

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