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Mossberg gives Apple’s MobileMe thumbs up April 17, 2009

Posted by andre in Internet & Communities, Mobile & Gadgets.
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Apple’s MobileMe Web service has finally improved to the point where The Wall Street Journal’s Walt Mossberg feels it worthy of a recommendation.

Mossberg, whose opinion can make or break a product or service, has revisited his earlier take on the MobileMe service, which got off to a disastrous start when it was launched last summer. MobileMe lets Mac or Windows users sync their contacts, calendar info, and e-mail across Macs, PCs, and iPhones for $99 a year.

When the revamped service hit the Internet last July, it was plagued with so many outages and glitches that Mossberg–usually high on Apple products–felt compelled to steer his readers away from the service. Apple eventually apologized for rushing the MobileMe launch during a complicated month in which it launched the iPhone 3G, the App Store, and the iPhone 2.0 software. […]

via Mossberg gives Apple’s MobileMe thumbs up | Apple – CNET News

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