by David Hakala

A smartphone is a cell phone with many of a computer’s features. A smartphone can store and run applications such as a calendar, contact manager, games, Web browsers and email clients, even a stripped-down version of Microsoft Office if you have the Windows Mobile operating system. Here are some things you should know when shopping for a smartphone.
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Ordering Prints with Apple’s iPhoto

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It’s simple to order prints of your photos from iPhoto. The convenient Apple service, which integrates with Kodak’s Print Service, even wants you if your image’s resolution is too low for quality prints – something that may happen with certain iPhone shots.

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How to Copy Data Files From Your Mac to Your iPhone

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It’s frustrating that files aren’t easily moved from a Macintosh desktop to an iPhone (except via iTunes), but fortunately there are several iPhone apps and desktop clients that can do the job.

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