The PC version of Eric Chahi's exotic sandbox game is finally available for purchase after three weeks of delay, but many PC gamers are finding the game impossible to play without Internet access despite Ubisoft's earlier claims to the contrary.
Companies like Google and HP are paying big bucks to people who can find holes in their software.
Valve has announced a new Counter-Strike game for competitive gamers, and it's coming out on PC, Mac and home consoles early next year. It's called Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and we have the details on how it works and how it plays.
Researcher Charlie Miller has found a security hole in Apple laptop batteries that could allow hackers to attack your PC. We spoke with him about how it works and how you can fix it.
Will the tablet you have your eye on be fast enough for your work? What about games? And how good is the camera? The PCWorld Lab's exclusive tests answer those questions and more.
The new Alienware Aurora is well-designed with a great case and a few neat features, but it’s a little pricey and doesn’t keep up with category leaders in our performance tests.
Wondering what's going on with the independent gaming scene? We took a look at four promising new games at the GameSpy Indie Open House.
Looking for a more private way to surf the Web? The Tor Network helps journalists, activists and government agents stay anonymous on the Internet. Here’s how you can access it for free.
We talk the dark side of tablet displays and the potential for Lytro's "light field" digital camera technology to revolutionize digital photography in this week's episode of the PCWorld Podcast.
Curious about what vertical synchronization means, how it works and whether you need it to work for you? We can help.
Curious about what Nintendo's Wii U looks like in action? We spent some quality time with a prototype of Nintendo's next console behind closed doors at E3 2011, and we caught it all on film.