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CrashPlan Mobile Lets You Take Your Backups with You

This new iOS app lets you access backups from any computer that you’ve stored on CrashPlan Central, using your favorite iOS device.Show full article

More on Finding a Replacement for Quicken

8 of 17 developers responded to our questions about their personal finance packages; we’re linking to their answers here so you can take the information into account when looking for a program to replace Quicken.Show full article

OverDrive Adds Kindle-Format Titles to Library Ebook Lending

Over 11,000 U.S. libraries that work with OverDrive, a firm that facilitates digital book lending, will be able to add Kindle-format borrowing to titles they already offer. This move neither opens Amazon’s Kindle catalog nor expands current offerings, however.Show full article

Mirror, Mirror in Your Brain, Can You Help the Computer Explain?

When you use a computer, can you anticipate what its response will be to nearly anything you do? Or does it feel largely random, such that you end up surprised by its reactions to your actions?Show full article

Moving to a New Mac: Lessons Learned

It’s really easy to move from an old Mac to a new one if you plan ahead. But you have to know what to plan.Show full article

TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 26 September 2011

Notable software releases this week include Thunderbolt Software and Display Updates, and Final Cut Pro X 10.0.1.Show full article

ExtraBITS for 26 September 2011

Those in California can meet up with TidBITS Senior Editor Jeff Carlson at the Mac Computer Expo next week, and if you can’t make the trip, check out Adam’s recent video presentation to the Portland Macintosh Users Group. We also have news of Sprint dropping unlimited data usage for mobile hotspots, Thunderbolt Display connection options, how to enable AirDrop on any Mac, and a Web-based tool that lets you find Macs by their specs.Show full article

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