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Joe Kissell 11 comments

ScanSnap S1300 vs. Doxie: Two Portable Document Scanners

If you're looking to decrease paper clutter while on the go, a portable scanner may be just what you need. Joe Kissell looks at two of this year's most popular models.

Adam Engst 2 comments

Two New TidBITS Sponsors: Useful Fruit and Econ Technologies

We're pleased to welcome a pair of new TidBITS sponsors: Useful Fruit Software, makers of Pear Note, and Econ Technologies, makers of ChronoSync.

Julio Ojeda-Zapata 13 comments

Recording TV to iTunes with Elgato’s EyeTV Tuners

If you want to watch your favorite TV shows on your Mac - or your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch - whenever you want, a bit of hardware and software from Elgato will let you do so without spending money in the iTunes Store or relying on dodgy BitTorrent sites.

Adam Engst No comments

New “Take Control of Mac OS X Backups” Explains Smart Backups

Whether you want to establish a sensible backup strategy or modernize your existing backup strategy, Joe Kissell's just-updated "Take Control of Mac OS X Backups, Fourth Edition" has the real-world advice you need to choose backup hardware and software, and set up a rock-solid backup strategy.

CrashPlan 10.19.2009 Doug McLean No comments

CrashPlan 10.19.2009

CrashPlan is free, CrashPlan+ costs $59.99 new; free update; 12.4 MB

TidBITS Staff No comments

TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Updates for 26 October 2009

Notable software releases this week include iPhoto2Twitter 1.6.1, Business Card Composer 5, SpamSieve 2.7.7, and CrashPlan 10.19.2009.

Joe Kissell No comments

Backblaze for Business Offers Flat-Rate Online Backups

Backblaze has taken the logical, if unusual, step of applying flat-rate pricing for unlimited backups to business customers as well as individuals.

Adam Engst 3 comments

Quick, Reliable Backups with “Take Control of Easy Mac Backups”

If getting started with backups is on your list of New Year's resolutions, Joe Kissell's new "Take Control of Easy Mac Backups" will help you make reliable backups without unnecessary fuss or trouble.

Adam Engst No comments

CrashPlan Joins Long-Term TidBITS Sponsors

Please welcome Code42 Software, makers of the excellent backup software CrashPlan, as our newest long-term TidBITS sponsor!

Doug McLean No comments

Free CrashPlan+ For Macworld Attendees

Macworld Expo attendees can now get a free copy of CrashPlan+ (normally $59.99) by stopping at Code 42 Software's booth, #1278. The commercial version of the popular backup software boasts extra features such as stronger 448-bit encryption, Web-restore capabilities, priority support, and an ad-free interface. Again, this is for Macworld Expo attendees only, but if you are at the show be sure to take advantage of this great offer!

Adam Engst

TidBITS#868/26-Feb-07

This issue brings our first reader survey in years, along with much more. Updates from last week look at the removal and reposting of the Norwegian Early Help Desk video on YouTube, better ways of…

Adam Engst

TidBITS#957/15-Dec-08

This is our last issue of 2008, and we’re going out with a full slate of great Mac content, plus a Bonus Stories article that links to even more useful pieces on our site. On…

Adam Engst

TidBITS#991/17-Aug-09

We have a wide selection of Apple-related topics for you this week, starting with Glenn Fleishman’s look at Apple’s latest Security Update (don’t worry, it’s not something most people need to install immediately). Glenn also…

Adam Engst

TidBITS#1001/26-Oct-09

Just when you think things might be settling down, Apple goes and releases a slew of new hardware. Led by Doug McLean and Glenn Fleishman, we have coverage of the new iMac, the new unibody…

Adam Engst

TidBITS#1056/13-Dec-2010

It’s our final TidBITS issue for 2010, and we have a great selection of articles, including Joe Kissell’s coverage of changes in CrashPlan+ 3.0 and his review of the DEVONthink To Go app. Glenn Fleishman…