Alex CocilovaAssistant Editor, PCWorld

Alex covers desktops, everything from fancy to practical. He's also an avid (addicted) gamer and loves following the industry.

Twitter Gets Political with a Political Index

Twitter and Topsy launch a tool that reads every tweet for a sentiment about either candidate, and scores them on a daily basis.


Lenovo ThinkCentre M92P Review: Small System, Small Price

The Lenovo ThinkCentre M92P Tiny comes in a tiny package and sips energy with great restraint, but suffers from an unresolved identity crisis.

'Mars Rover Landing' Offered Free on Xbox Marketplace

NASA and Microsoft team up to offer a free game that simulates the decent and landing of the Mars rover, "Curiosity."

Print a Smell on a Postcard

A concept device could let you take pictures and capture the smell on a postcard.


Company of Heroes 2 Will Be Deep, Immersive, and Cold

Company of Heroes 2 adds a new opponent to the battlefield: The Weather.

Fun with the Just Cause 2 Multiplayer Mod

Skydive with your friends. Or just blow them up.

SkyCube: A Web-Funded Satellite Lets You Tweet From Space

Now on Kickstarter... A nano-satellite called SkyCube will allow users to take pictures of the Earth or send out "Tweets" from space.


An iPhone Case Doubles as a Stun Gun

Safety and usability are combined with this iPhone case that doubles as a stun gun.


Asus ET2701 INKI Review: A Multipurpose Media Machine

If you need a computer for light gaming, or as a television, the Asus ET2701 INKI will give you your money's worth.

HP Omni 27-1015t All-in-One Review: Beautiful, Affordable, Boring

The HP Omni 27-1015t is a decent all-in-one with a large, beautiful screen, but it fails to stand out in an increasingly crowded field.

Dell XPS 8500 Review: Small Size, Big Performance

The Dell XPS 8500 manages to be an incredibly speedy machine packed tight into a small case.

Samsung Series 7 Gamer Review: A Mobile Gamer's Best Tool

The Samsung Series 7 Gamer manages to be powerful enough to play the latest games and affordable enough to leave money in your bank account.

Sony VAIO L24 Review: A Media Juggernaut That's Short on Performance

This all-in-one desktop is a good choice for users who want a desktop HDTV with excellent media streaming, though it lacks the power that many people want in their primary PC.

Digital Storm ODE Level 4 Review: Sleek Performer, Steep Price Tag

Digital Storm’s ODE Level 4 desktop PC offers blistering speed, but doesn’t come cheap.

Polywell Ignition X7900i-3960: Top-Shelf Hardware at a Top-Shelf Price

The Polywell Ignition X7900i-3960 comes packed with every Performance PC lover’s dream parts, but comes at a rather steep price.