Twitter Updates - Windows, Mac, Events, Virtualization, Mobile, Podcasting, Security

Recent Twitter @ Technewsradio updates --


  • Microsoft released SyncToy 2.1 (synchronizes files & folders) on 11/10/2009 []
  • offer's digital dictation and speech recognition for vertical applications like medical, legal, government, education, etc.
  • Cyberduck 3.3 released (FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Cloud Files & Amazon S3 Browser for Mac)
  • Filemaker's Bento (Mac OS X) personal database tool is offering a holiday pack
  • Dell's new Inpiron Zino HD is pretty interesting if you are looking for a Win7 media player/server []
  • Mac users can use Windows Mobile 6.5 smart phones thanks to Sync Windows Mobile from Mark/Space []
  • Evernote for the Mac has the option to auto update with new beta editions []
  • Filemaker has announced that Bento for the Mac now had a "field encryption" option []
  • Sun has released VirtualBox 3.1 Beta 1 (not for production systems) []
  • Sun has released VirtualBox 3.0.12 (virtualization) for download (Win, Mac, Linux, etc)
  • Qualcomm has announced some new screen technologies that are geared for the eBook and mobile device market []
  • Mark/Space Newsletter #93 (Nov09) reports a public beta of Missing Sync for Android is available for the Mac - More @
  • REDFLY Mobile Companion is now compatible with select BlackBerry smartphones
  • It appears (as of Tue 11/10 @ 8:47 PM Pacific) that Dropbox is hacked - get warnings from Firefox & OpenDNS
  • Cisco's Global Security Information now available via Cisco iPhone App []
  • via email James L has a pointer to an interesting Windows laptop/usb flash drive security tool []
  • Sherpa's Expedite was recently recommend on FIT mailing list for doing email (PST/Lotus) e-discovery []

Tech Podcasts Worth Checking Out (TNPR-001)

The technology podcast world continues to generate some great content.  One core example is if you are or trying to become a Cisco networking guru, then you should check out the following great segments from fellow Friends In Tech member Kevin Devin & George Starcher's In The Trenches:

Another great source is to subscribe to a feed from Microsoft Downloads that will point to you to amoung other things great podcasts like:

Other items worth a quick listing:

Also, if you are looking to search podcasts for a particular topic then you might want to check out AOL Podcast Search.

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