The iPhone can access high-speed mobile data and voice networks. So why not use your smartphone's data connection with your laptop instead of having to buy a separate 3G modem or cellular router for the computer and pay a separate monthly service fee? In this excerpt from Take Control of iPhone and iPod Touch Networking, Glenn Fleishman walks you through the finer points of iPhone tethering.
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Trellia will extend its policy-based mobile access management software to the top mobile platforms, starting with BlackBerry OS, and adding Android and Apple iOS operating systems.
Google has added notification for phishing URLs to its service that lets administrators know if their network has been compromised.
VMware demonstrated a vCenter application for Apple's iPad, that will let administrators manage their virtual infrastructure.
The changes to LogMeIn's web-based management console are led by One2Many, which allows LogMeIn Central users to automate administrative tasks.
Citrix Systems is preparing a new version of its Receiver client for Apple iPad's running iOS 4.2, which will come with a virtual mouse.
VMware previewed a desktop virtualization client for the Apple iPad, but isn't saying when it will be commercially available.
This remote desktop and network tool now lets you stream your home iTunes library over the Internet.
Using VNC software, you can connect from almost any kind of computer to almost any kind of computer. The only hitch: You have to know what you're doing, or be able to figure it out.