LogMeIn has unveiled a free mobile app to bring its remote desktop capabilities to even more iOS devices for free. Based on the paid LogMeIn Ignition app, the new app lets any iOS owner remotely view, access and control their PCs or Macs from their iPad or iPhone from anywhere with an internet connection.
Spare a thought for poor old Apple. Not only did their CEO Steve Jobs pass away last October but the salary bill for his anointed successor, Tim Cook, is substantially higher.
Although, according to Apple ,we live in the post-PC era there's still a disconnect between Apple's take on the tablet computer and a key feature that users need - that ability to access shared files on a network easily. The Kingston Wi-Drive goes some way to rectifying this.
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