Glenn Fleishman does a little detective work to figure out why an Android smartphone can't connect to the software base station on a MacBook Pro.
Online storage service syncs Google Docs with computers, the cloud.
This universal offering acts as a great remote control if you run computers scattered about a home or office.
Regardless of how you feel about being an AT&T customer, you should find the carrier's app for managing your wireless account quite useful.
Curious as to how the new Personal Hotspot feature in iOS 4.3 works on an iPhone that runs on AT&T's network? Glenn Fleishman has all the details on getting started, staying secure, and managing your Personal Hotspot.
This app for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad can help you recover an errant piece of mobile hardware. GadgetTrak adds to your peace of mind at a relatively low cost.
If you're a dedicated user of the VLC media player, this app is an ideal control for playing content stored on a computer onto a monitor or TV set.
There's not a lot of replay value in this god game for the iPhone and iPod touch, but the engaging gameplay is fun while it lasts.
Now that it's optimized for the iPad as well as the iPhone and iPod touch, this puzzle game remains a fun addition to your iOS device.
This app for drilling students on math is charming without losing track of its fundamental purpose.
If you need remote access to a desktop from your iOS device, TeamViewer's apps are excellent options. And they're free, provided you're not using them for commercial purposes.
The Personal Hotspot feature turns a Verizon Wireless-flavored iPhone into a portable Wi-Fi router with an Internet connection provided by the mobile broadband network to which it's connected. Glenn Fleishman walks you through the ins and outs of this new iPhone feature.
This isn't your father's wooden maze game. Labyrinth 2 HD features a number of reality-defying obstacles and effects that add to the fun of this iPad offering.
This mind-mapping app lets you brainstorm on any iOS device with tap-and-type simplicity.
While the advent of digital media has made it easier for photographers to protect and back up their images, it's still important to know your options and craft a plan. Macworld senior contributor Glenn Fleishman has put together a list of backup services you can enlist to help safeguard your precious images.