In the year 2020, cloud computing is king. We will abandon our bulky desktops in favor of remote storage, lashing together our favorite music, movies and games with a web of internet-connected devices to build a digital raft of data that will buoy us through the ebb and flow of our daily lives.
Join the crew from PCWorld's GeekTech blog as we pull out our crystal ball and predict what the PC of the future will look like.
Dateless on Valentine's Day? We tried out seven online dating sites--some nerdy, some mainstream. Here's what we found.
Symantec Corporation introduces the latest Norton Mobile Security product announcement alongside survey results suggesting one in three U.S. citizens have had their phones lost or stolen.
Join the GeekTech crew and get our take on the recent Macworld Expo, bomb- detecting plants (huh?), and more on this week's episode of the PCWorld Podcast.
Genetically-modified plants change color in the presence of potentially dangerous chemicals, creating an organic early warning system that looks good and smells even better.
The advent of Web-connected printers offers hackers new opportunities to steal your data, but a few simple precautions will keep you safe amidst the cloud.
HP’s cloud-based ePrint service worked eight out of ten times in our tests, but some BlackBerry users may be frustrated.
You need your printer to print, but do you need it to access the Internet? HP and Lexmark are hoping you'll think so, as they launch more and more of their printers into the cloud. Is it worth the added cost?
The team from PCWorld's GeekTech blog invades the Podcast! Listen in as we chat about interactive foodstuffs (what?), Minecraft, and our first computers.
What's better than a fresh-baked gingerbread house? A gingerbread house stuffed full of piping-hot PC components.
Looking for a good gift for the geek in your life? Editorial Assistant Alex Wawro's gift list might help.
Lab tests prove many Windows 7 laptops offer better performance than the 2010 MacBook Air for the same price.