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How to Sync Opened Documents Between Computers With CupCloud

How to Sync Opened Documents Between Computers With CupCloud

Have you ever wish that you can open the unfinished document in your office computer, and access it on your home PC? What about sharing that same document with others? CupCloud provides a practical solution for users who prefer the luxury of saving their currently open items and accessing them at a later time on an alternate PC.

How To Push Web Links To Other Browsers In Google Chrome

How To Push Web Links To Other Browsers In Google Chrome

SendTab is a fast and easy way to share and instantly open web links from one device to another, with literally just two clicks. If you find yourself having to tediously save or email a link to yourself to open it in another PC, then this nifty Chrome extension will be of great help.

Manage Your iPod via The Command line With GNUpod [Linux]

Manage Your iPod via The Command line With GNUpod [Linux]

If you remember the beginning of the iPod, you will also probably remember that it was a nightmare for Linux. Apple required iTunes on your computer, and it worked only for Mac and Windows (with terrible performances). Today, the compatibility problem is solved and there is a plethora of options available for syncing your music […]

How to Access And Sync Google Drive In Ubuntu

How to Access And Sync Google Drive In Ubuntu

After much waiting, Google finally released the Google Drive last month. Together with the launch, Google also released desktop apps for the Windows and Mac OS. As for Linux users, once again, there is no love for you (yet). At the moment, you will have to use the web interface for downloading and uploading files. […]

InSync + Google Docs = Cheaper And Better Dropbox?

InSync + Google Docs = Cheaper And Better Dropbox?

Dropbox is a great tool if you love to have all your important files in sync across all the devices you own. On the other hand, Google Docs is a great service to manage your documents over the cloud. The functionality that Google Docs misses is that you can’t have offline access to the files. (NOTE: If you have turned on the Google Docs offline mode you can access Google Docs and edit the documents, albeit you won’t have the access to files). Insync is a much simpler solution which works similar to Dropbox syncing model.