Blackberry Desktop Manager (a free download for backing up and transferring media and data between phones and computers) has been updated for Macs with Wi-Fi music sync; iPhoto and iTunes photo and video sync; and easier video transferring without requiring video format conversion first. Download now, if you own a BlackBerry and Mac. [RIM via BerryReview]
BlackBerry Desktop Manager 2.0 Update Gifts Mac Wi-Fi Music Sync
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