New App Allows a Palm to Share a Mac’s Internet Connection

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Mark/Space has released Missing Sync for Internet Sharing and AvantGo. This application allows users of supported Palm OS handhelds to share an Internet connection with their Macintosh computer for web browsing, as well as to download email and to update AvantGo content. An AvantGo setup wizard is included, as well as a small panel that allows users to easily switch between Internet sharing and HotSync functionality.

Supported devices include most Sony Clies, Palm m130 and above, including the m500 series and Tungsten devices, as well as the Kyocera 7135, AlphaSmart Dana, and the Handspring Treo 600. Mac OS 10.2 or higher is required on the desktop, as well as built in USB, a USB cable or cradle for the handheld device, and some sort of Internet connection such as dialup, DSL, or cable modem.

Missing Sync for Internet Sharing and AvantGo is now available for $19.95. A $5 upgrade discount is available for previous users of the Missing Sync for Clie handhelds. For more information or online purchase, visit the Mark/Space web site.



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