updated 01:50 pm EDT, Tue September 22, 2009
Service transfers Gmail and Calendar information
Google on Tuesday announced that it has expanded its Google Sync service to support the iPhone and other handsets running on either the Windows Mobile or S60 platform. Users can configure the function to automatically push Gmail messages to the phone's native e-mail application. Other synced content includes Calendar information and contacts.
Google Sync allows users to selectively choose which information to sync with their mobile devices. The service also works both ways, helping to quickly organize events or use a computer as a backup for the mobile device.
The service works without any additional software and can be accessed from m.google.com/sync.