Media Device Stores and Shares Well With Others

SanDisk’s Connect Wireless Media Device may relieve some of your devices’ storage burden and could serve as a media-sharing godsend on a long car trip.

Device Nags You to Sit Up Straight

The LumoBack sensor straps around your lower waist to track your posture and vibrates whenever you slouch.

Two Ways to Hit “Print” on a Mobile Device

Presto and ThinPrint Cloud Printer make on-the-go print jobs from smartphones and tablets as easy as printing from a PC.

At Work With Microsoft Office on an iPhone

Office Mobile is a solid app that does a good job of making you forget you’re working on a small screen, but it comes with many limitations, says Katie.
Microsoft Office for iOS

Hassle-Free Photo Books in One Couch Sitting

KeepShot App simplifies creating physical albums with an iPad on your lap, even in a cramped plane seat.

Raising the Bar for Better TV Sound

The Sonos Playbar is a one-piece speaker system that aims to bring high-quality sound to a TV without a complicated setup.

An Email Inbox That Knows Who’s Important

Katie reviews Cloze, a free Apple iOS app that studies your emails and social-network interactions, then sorts messages according to people it thinks matter most to you.

Not Ready for iPhone 5? Upgrade Offers Some New Tricks.

The good news for current iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users is that they’ll get many of the 200 new features in Apple’s free update for mobile software, iOS 6.

Apple Unleashes Its New Mountain Lion System

Apple’s new operating system further blurs the line between personal computers and mobile devices.

Letting Your Fingers Do the Photo Editing

Katie reviews Apple’s iPhoto for the iPad and iPhone.

A Photo App That Makes “Awesome” a Verb

In Your Hands, Just What You Want to Read

Keeping Family, Sitter and Car on One Calendar

H-P Smartphone Push That Is Really a Palm in Hand

A Device Does Everything But Sing

Here an App, There an App, Where’s the App for You?