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O’Grady’s PowerPage brings good news for all Mac users… finally. For the longest time, folks like me had looked jealously at the “crackberry” addicts as they tapped out emails on their devices, especially on the dreary and sad MUNI buses in San Francisco. Well no more, […]

O’Grady’s PowerPage brings good news for all Mac users… finally. For the longest time, folks like me had looked jealously at the “crackberry” addicts as they tapped out emails on their devices, especially on the dreary and sad MUNI buses in San Francisco. Well no more, thanks to some enterprising Canadians.

Epicad, a wireless application software developer and services provider will soon release SyncAgain, the first solution to enable Macintosh synchronization with the BlackBerry. SyncAgain operates wirelessly offering the synchronization of contacts, events and to-dos. SyncAgain also allows remote viewing and selection of Mac address books and calendar folders using the BlackBerry browser as well as installation of third-party applications on BlackBerry Wireless Handhelds.

Gizmodo points to this link which tells you how to hook up in Washington DC using a Crackberry.

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