Verizon’s LTE Network for Voice

Walt answers readers’ questions on Verizon’s LTE network and photos and connections on the iPad.

Eye-Fi Aims to Teach Memory Cards Another New Trick

Eye-Fi is trying to get the cellphone and digital camera to end their rivalry and instead work together to share photos. A new “direct mode,” due later this year, will allow cameras with one of the company’s memory cards to share photos with smartphones.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Is iPad’s First Real Rival

The Galaxy Tab is a serious alternative to the iPad and one that will be preferred by some folks who want a camera and the ability to run Web videos and applications written in Adobe’s Flash software, writes Walt.

Opening a Window on the Mac

A quick guide for new Apple users that explains some of the ways the Mac operating system differs from Windows.

Nook E-Reader Has Potential, but Needs Work

Barnes & Noble’s new e-reader has Wi-Fi and allows users to lend books, but it’s slower and less polished than its Kindle competitor, writes Walt Mossberg.

Droid Memory, Palm to iPod Touch, and iMacs for Older Users

Walt Mossberg answers readers’ questions on the Droid’s memory, moving from a Palm to the iPod Touch and an iMac for older computer users.

A Downsized BlackBerry Bold With Oomph

The Mossberg Solution compares the new BlackBerry Bold 9700 with two of its siblings.

Netbooks That Are Easier on the Eye

Katherine Boehret reviews small, inexpensive laptops from Nokia and H-P with higher-resolution screens that reveal more of what’s online.

Digital Cameras With Room for New Views

The Samsung DualView TL225 and Nikon Coolpix S1000pj have new crowd-pleasing features.

A BlackBerry Priced Right For Newcomers

A new BlackBerry costs less than any other BlackBerry did at launch—that is, if you buy it at the right place.

Google Answers the iPhone

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Moving Music to a BlackBerry