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A weird iTunes quirk may limit which contacts get synced. Here's how to work around it.
Here's how to use the camera in your iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, or Android smartphone or tablet as a network webcam.
The new wireless sync feature of iOS 5 unshackles your iPhone and iPad from your PC, allowing you to wirelessly sync your devices via Wi-Fi. Here's how to set it up.
Ingenious app iSyncr makes easy work of copying your iTunes playlists to your Android device, and it's a bargain at just three bucks.
The new Shortcuts feature of iOS 5 makes it easy to compose complex messages quickly on your iPhone or iPad. You can even teach your device new words with just a few simple steps.
Custom vibrations are among the best-kept secrets of iOS 5. Here's how to customize the vibration pattern of your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S.
Many of us rely on the Internet to get things done. Here are some tips and services to help you work smarter and more productively on the Web.
As more and more mobile devices link to the Internet, demand for the ability to connect from anywhere is skyrocketing. Here is a simple guide for using your iPhone to create a wireless network.
With the right services and software, you can keep documents, contacts, calendars, and Web browsers synced across a PC, phone, and tablet.
These terrific tools and tips can rescue your wayward mobile devices and keep your personal data from falling into the wrong hands.
Eager to get a new smartphone but unwilling to pay full price? Here are our tips for choosing a prepaid smartphone that fits your needs--and your budget.