Portable Electronics Tips & Tricks
How'd They Do That?
Some neat tricks you can do related to portable electronics devices. Tips range from ripping music from CD's, converting videos for portable devices, and a bevy of iPad tutorials.
- How To Copy Music from CDs Using Windows Media Player
- How to Turn Your Nook Color into an Android Tablet
- How to Change Your Wallpaper in Android Honeycomb
- How to Fix a Frozen Android App Download
- How to Lend or Borrow Kindle E-Books
- How to Take Screenshots with a BlackBerry PlayBook
- How to Delete Photos in a BlackBerry PlayBook
- How to Convert Videos for Portable Devices
- How to Change the Battery of a Barnes & Noble Nook eReader
- How to Remove the HTC Surround Back Cover, Battery and SIM Card
- How to Replace a BlackBerry Torch Battery, SIM card or MicroSD Memory card
- How to Remove Samsung Galaxy S Captivate Back, Battery, SIM Card & Memory Card
- How to Replace a Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant Battery, SIM Card or memory Card
- How to Access the Motorola Droid 2 Battery and MicroSD Memory Card
- How to Rearrange or Delete iPad Apps
- How to Change iPad Wallpaper and Grab Images from the Web
- How to Search for Apps, Music and Files in Your Apple iPad
- How to Connect USB Devices to an iPad
The Tipping Point
Tips and suggestions to help make your portable life much easier.
- The 5 Best Devices for a Plane Flight
- Bringing an E-Reader to the Beach
- 10 Reasons to Get an E-Reader Cover
- 7 Tips for Avoiding Online Auction Fraud
A Matter of FAQ
Frequently asked questions plus info about portable electronic devices.
- What are the Features of the New Kindle 3 Lineup?
- What is Sideloading?
- What is the Barnes & Noble Nook Android App?
- What is the iOS 3.2.1 Update for the iPad?
- What is iOS4 and When is It Coming Out for iPad?
- What's New With the Latest Kindle Update?
- What is EPUB?
- What is E Ink?
- What is E-Ink Pearl?
- The eBook File Compatibility Guide
Not So Lonely at the Top
In the market for a device? Here are some recommendations to help you separate the proverbial wheat from the chaff. "Top" listings indicate devices we've personally tried out and recommend. "Popular" or "Roundup" lists are a sampling of devices that are most popular or recently released.