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Today in Apple history: Macs get that iSyncing feeling

September 30, 2002: Apple introduces iSync, a new tool that lets Mac users use the power of Bluetooth to synchronize their address books and calendars with their cellphones, iPods and Palm OS-compatible handheld organizers. In doing so, it represents a big leap forward in the ability of computers and mobile devices to talk with one […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple
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