updated 06:20 pm EST, Wed February 17, 2010
Missing Sync update adds Bluetooth syncing
Steve Wozniak will give the opening presentation at this years MILCOM event, while Mark/Space has updated its Missing Sync for Android software with Bluetooth syncing.
Earlier on Wednesday it was announced that Steve Wozniak will be giving the opening keynote address at MILCOM 2010. According to Linda Gooden, executive vice president of Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Services and co-general chair of the conference, this year's MILCOM event will "focus on creating innovative solutions to meet the military's global communications needs in the next decade." The conference is set to feature keynote speeches from the nation's top military and government officials, panel presentations, tutorial sessions, and more than 60 exhibitors. MILCOM 2010 will take place in San Jose, California between October 31st and November 3rd.
Missing Sync updated with Bluetooth syncing
Mark/Space has released the latest update to its syncing application for Android based phones. The Missing Sync for Android is available for both Windows and Mac OS X and integrates with common applications such as Outlook, iTunes, and iPhoto. While previous versions allowed users to sync contacts via Wi-Fi, the v1.2 update has enabled Bluetooth syncing for users running Android 2.0 or later. The update also includes enhancements for more efficient communications between an Android phone and desktop computer. The update is free for all registered customers and also requires users to download the accompanying Missing Sync phone app.