Don't-Miss iPhone Stories
Printing from your iPhone, iPod touch, and now your iPad shouldn't be difficult, but it is. Fortunately, third-party apps are here to help. Jeff Merron walks you through what you can and can't do with some of these App Store offerings.
The Google Apps add features all the time. But can they replace Microsoft Office yet? Here are some issues to consider before you decide.
Knowing how, when, and when not to deduct your technology expenses is key to minimizing your taxes while avoiding inquisitive IRS auditors.
With reports from some users that Apple's new iPad has a problem with Wi-Fi reception, Ted Landau tries to separate reality from exaggeration.
A bug in iTunes 9.0.3 affects your ability to play ringtones from iTunes on your Mac. Ted Landau has the details.
Why yes, as a matter of fact, it is possible to archive your iPhone's SMS messages.
Apple's quite serious when it says all but 120mm round discs are compatible with its slot-loading computers. Still, other discs find their way in.
You can use your iPhone as a barcode scanner or to find in-store coupons. Ginny Mies of PC World runs down some of the money-saving options available to smartphone-toting shoppers.
The On-The-Go playlist feature of iPods and iPhones lets you build a playlist wherever you are. Here's how.
Ted Landau runs into a circular loop problem with an iPhone app, where quitting and restarting the app immediately returned him to the problem in question. Finding a solution led to a series of "what if" scenarios and what to do about them.
Want to experiment with the look of infrared photography without investing in the equipment or time? In the second part of our series, Derrick Story shows you how to fake it with iPhone apps and image-editing software.
Is your MacBook's power adapter acting all fritzy? Charging when the wire's in one position, but not in another? With a few materials you can find in your local coffee shop, you might be able to buy yourself some time.
You can create a time-lapse movie with your camera, iPhone, or web cam. Time-lapse movies can give us a fresh perspective by speeding up slow-moving action and compressing hours, days, and months into seconds and minutes.