Award Winning Mac Synchronization Solution To Embrace Latest Symbian OS
Smartphones from Motorola, Nokia and Sony Ericsson

LOS GATOS, Calif. – September 19, 2007 – Mark/Space, Inc. today announced
the latest addition to the company’s highly-rated Missing Sync family of
synchronization products for Mac OS X: The Missing Sync for Symbian.
Expected to ship in the first quarter 2008, The Missing Sync for Symbian
will provide a robust synchronization environment for owners of Symbian
based devices from Motorola, Nokia and Sony Ericsson, including such
popular devices as the Motorola Z8, Nokia N95 and Sony Ericsson P1

According to company president and CEO, Brian Hall, “Symbian OS based
phones have long been popular in Europe, and more recently, Japan. With
worldwide shipments exceeding 50 million units in 2006, and our long
history of serving those markets, the time had come for us to embrace this
platform. Our Missing Sync products are known for their ease of use and
multimedia features that make mobile devices shine with a Mac, and we think
the capabilities of the latest Symbian OS handsets are a perfect match.”

Built on the same technology that has garnered 4.5-mice ratings from
Macworld magazine, Missing Sync for Symbian will synchronize contacts,
calendar events and tasks, as well music, photos, files and video. Built-in
support for Apple’s Sync Services technology means that in addition to iCal
and Address Book, information can also be synchronized with other Sync
Services-savvy applications such as Microsoft Entourage 2004 and Chronos’
SOHO Organizer.

Consumers will appreciate the multimedia capabilities of The Missing Sync
for Symbian, which will interface directly with Apple’s iPhoto and iTunes
applications as well as support import and export of video. Users will be
able to choose iPhoto albums in The Missing Sync to be resized and
downloaded to the handset for mobile viewing. Photos taken with the
device’s camera will be automatically imported into iPhoto or a folder on
the Mac. The Missing Sync’s iTunes plugin will let the user select
playlists of unprotected music and podcasts to be downloaded to the
handset’s memory card. If the playlist changes, those changes will then be
mirrored on the handset during the next sync. Video taken on the handset
can be imported to a folder on the Mac. Simply drag and drop DRM-free
QuickTime videos onto The Missing Sync, to encode and transfer them to your
Symbian device for mobile playback.

To learn more about The Missing Sync for Symbian, please stop by
Mark/Space’s stand (Booth D043, Business and Innovation, Pod #30) at Apple
Expo Paris next week or visit


The Missing Sync for Symbian is expected to ship in the first quarter of
2008. A single installer will include English, French and German language
versions. Electronic downloads will be priced at $39.95 from the Mark/Space
Online Store, and CDs will be available several weeks later for $49.95.
“Crossgrade” discounts will be available for owners of Mark/Space’s Windows
Mobile, Blackberry and Palm OS editions of The Missing Sync. The Missing
Sync for Symbian will require Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.10 or later and a
supported Symbian handset with Bluetooth. A supported device with a memory
expansion card and USB will be required for iPhoto, iTunes and video


Founded in 1990, Mark/Space, Inc.,, develops and markets
mobile and wireless synchronization software, including the award-winning
Missing Sync products that connect a Mac OS computer to handheld devices
from Dell, Garmin, HP, HTC, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, RIM, Samsung, Sony, Sony
Ericsson and others.