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Many people have either a Gmail account or a Google Mail account for their own domain. However, the quick Gmail set-up on some phones only brings in your emails from your Gmail or Google mail account and not your contacts and calendar items.  This article will show you that it is possible to sync your Gmail- Google mail,  contacts and calendar items onto your device using the Corporate Exchange protocol. The advantage of using this protocol on an Android device is that you are able to change the sync settings to a specific time frame instead of the only Push setting in the standard “add Google account” on the Android devices. This can save Read more

Many people have either a Gmail account or a Google Mail account for their own domain. However, the quick Gmail set-up on the KIN ONE and the KIN TWO only brings in your emails from your Gmail or Google mail account and not your contacts.  This article will show you that it is possible to sync your Gmail- Google mail contacts onto your KIN and link them to your existing contact information from your Facebook,Windows Live and other social media accounts on the KIN. The contact information on the KIN ONE and KIN TWO currently only comes from your Facebook account, your Windows Live account, manual input or if you have an Exchange Read more

Earlier this year Google released Google sync. Which allowed you to sync your Contact and Calendar items on your Google account. However you still needed to use the IMAP settings to get your e-mails in on your device. This was on a schedule and not push. The Google Mobile Blog is telling us that the Google Sync supports the push Google mail accounts (Gmail and Google mail for your own Domain) in conjunction with your contacts and calendar.  Using the exchange server settings on your iPhone, iPod Touch, and Windows Mobile devices and the upcoming Windows Phone devices you can, in one easy set up, connect your device to Google Read more

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With the World Mobile Congress just a couple a days away we hear many news leaking from different directions. The interesting news/battle seems to be in preserving the information of your mobile device in the cloud. No, not just when your are switching your phone and staying with the same platform. Why not just switch phones and and platform and still be able to get all your data over the air back onto your new phone. An article just last week gave some hints of Microsoft’s cloud-based service complements to mobile phones named Skybox. This service will grow to be available for Windows Mobile and Non-Windows Mobile devices. It’s also Read more