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Jason Snell has tried to find ways to sync e-mailed PDFs with his iPad quickly and easily. He's found a solution, but still isn't really satisfied.
Artist Kyle Lambert demonstrates some techniques for mixing digital colors on the iPad.
The challenge: You want to set an alarm is loud enough to wake you the next morning, but you don't want it to go off right now. How to set it without sound? A Hints reader has a trick.
While waiting for Apple to fix the Jailbreakme.com 3.0 vulnerability, follow these four basic practices to avoid being bitten by malware.
PCWorld's Tony Bradley continues to experiment with the iPad as his only computing device, turning his attention to the best way to manage contacts on his tablet.
You say you're tired of listening to drab ESPN broadcasters calling your team's game? With the right AV gear, MLB At Bat, and this trick, you can send Bobby Valentine to the showers.
The iPad may not be as light as a magazine or newspaper, but it's still pretty portable. And Lex Friedman has found it's a great device for keeping up to date on the latest news. Here's how he uses his iPad to satisfy his news addiction.
In addition to updating its mobile iWork offerings to work on the iPhone and iPod touch, Apple also posted new and revised support documents for Numbers, Pages, and Keynote, with much of the support information focusing on converting a Mac iWork document to an iOS-supported version.
You know that you can use iMovie for iOS to easily edit movie clips shot with your iOS device's camera. But do you know how to import clips not shot with that camera into iMovie? Here's the secret.
Two generations put their heads together to locate a lost iPod touch.
Ted Landau troubleshoots his way out of an iPhone that refused to update with both the help and hindrance of TinyUmbrella.
Apple's recent iOS 4.3 update adds Bluetooth tethering to every iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad capable of running that version of the mobile operating system. This lets any of those devices obtain an Internet connection from an iPhone with its sharing feature enabled. Glenn Fleishman shows you how it's done and tells you why you'd want to do it.
Ted Landau runs up some recent troubleshooting news, including a security vulnerability with Flash Player, a pair of iOS bugs, and a problem with the Mac App Store version of Xcode.
Why yes, you can download books directly to your iOS device, provided they're in the correct format.
If you're about hand over an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your child, here are some quick steps you should take to make sure they don't inadvertently spend you out of house and home.