In this week's column I offer some advice on whether to splurge on 3G for the iPad 2 or rely on Wi-Fi and a hot-spot-enabled iPhone 4 for connectivity.
An update that brings with it Internet tethering is reportedly about to roll out to the two Lumia handsets in certain countries.
The low-end Windows Phone handset can act as a hot spot for other devices, a feature now missing from but destined for its 710 and 800 counterparts.
Didn't spring for the 3G iPad? No problem: CoBrowser lets you view the same Web pages on your iPad that you see on your iPhone. And all for a one-time price of $2.
The actor, rapper and entrepreneur isn't addicted to his gadgets -- just don't take away his Internet access.
The FX90 is a simple ultracompact that can use your smartphone to upload to Facebook and YouTube.
To pressure Microsoft to curb access to its geolocation database, researcher creates Web page that lets people send queries based on their--or someone else's--computer's unique Wi-Fi address.
The company restricts access to a Live.com geolocation tool linking Wi-Fi devices with locations after a CNET article draws attention to privacy concerns.
Zachery Bir, on his Urbanape blog, explains how he used an iPhone 4 with the new Personal Hotspot feature in iOS 4.3 to add GPS to his Wi-Fi-only iPad.
The search giant unveils a new service that switches between cellular and Wi-Fi signals and lets customers pay for only what data they use.