Curious about the PlayStation Vita? I spent some time playing with it here at E3 -- here’s what we thought.
PCWorld editors take the new Sony PlayStation Vita for a spin to play with the front-facing camera and test out the 5-inch OLED capacitative touchscreen.
Check out some exclusive footage of the car combat game Twisted Metal from the Sony press conference at E3 2011.
Nintendo unveiled their new Wii U home console at E3 2011, and we were able to capture video of the Shield Pose tech demo in action; watch the player shake, rattle, and roll in attempt to defeat deadly pirates!
Our first look at Nintendo's new WiiU home console entertainment system, straight from the show floor of E3 2011.
EA put on a great show at E3 2011, trotting out new details and demos of anticipated games like Battlefield 3, Mass Effect 3 and Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Microsoft kicked off E3 with a bang, showcasing games like Modern Warfare 3, Gears of War 3, and Mass Effect 3.
A few juicy Microsoft-related Electronic Entertainment Expo tidbits are leaking the day before business starts. Read up on the rumors.
Congressional lawmakers are fighting to protect your privacy rights, but they can’t do it alone. Here’s how you can help.
Looking to upgrade your PC performance on the cheap? Overclocking your components is free, easy, and safe--if you do it right.
The rash of recent hacker attacks is a rough reminder that someone out there is always gunning for your private data. No password is perfect, but you can build a better password with these simple tips.
Outstanding general performance and an excellent touchscreen help the TouchSmart 610 Quad stand out from the all-in-one crowd.
Alex Wawro discusses some of the interesting graphics projects going on in the PCWorld Labs, while Ed Albro discusses the pros and cons of the BlackBerry PlayBook and other non-iPad tablets. We also discuss whether or not Apple is tracking your location, and go over the EFF's privacy scorecard.