Planning a backyard get-together? Fire up your smartphone with these BBQ-related apps.
Moving your content – everything from your contacts to your music – from your iOS device to your new Windows Phone 8 requires a few steps. Here’s how to do it:
Far-sighted? You can change the default font size on your Windows Phone 8 device to suit your preferences.
Want the internet in the palm of your hand but not quite ready to commit to a monthly plan? Rogers lets you sample it – here’s how.
Use Outlook at home? You’ll want that calendar to be matched up with your phone’s calendar. Good news: that’s easy to do. Here’s how.
Here’s how to manage all your various calendars in one handy spot:
There are all sorts of cool gadgets that you can connect to your Windows Phone wirelessly, via Bluetooth. Here’s how to make that connection happen.
A smartphone isn’t a smartphone without apps. You can find apps in your device’s app store. Here’s how to search for apps in your Windows Phone 8:
How to set up your voicemail on your wireless phone, plus other useful tips to get the most out of your voicemail.
It’s easy to snap a picture or video then send it to a friend. Here’s how: