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Good news from Mark/Space, developers of The Missing Sync software that provides smartphone synching for Mac OS X: a version for Symbian phones is due out in the first quarter of 2008. The app is targeted for Motorola, Nokia and Sony Ericsson handset owners looking to […]

MarkspaceGood news from Mark/Space, developers of The Missing Sync software that provides smartphone synching for Mac OS X: a version for Symbian phones is due out in the first quarter of 2008. The app is targeted for Motorola, Nokia and Sony Ericsson handset owners looking to pair their smartphone with a Mac. Contacts, calendar events, tasks, photos, music and e-mail will all be supported through Mac apps like iCal, Entourage, iPhoto, iTunes and Address Book. In terms of media, you’ll only be able to transfer and use non-DRM files, but that’s fairly typical in any iTunes situation. MarkSpace says you’ll need Mac OS X and a supported Symbian device with Bluetooth; USB is needed for iTunes and iPhoto synching. Look for a downloadable license at $39.95 with a CD copy of the software for $49.95.

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