The SpiderOak secure online backup service protects you by encrypting your data with keys that only you know.
Our digital detectives uncover the truth behind some of tech’s most baffling questions.
We chat with Andrea Toyias and Joseph Lawrence from Blizzard Entertainment about what went into making every shout, swing and smashing barrel in Diablo III sound just right.
The open-source Android-powered gaming console Ouya is the fastest-growing Kickstarter campaign in history. Here's why.
PCWorld Editors cover all the Microsoft news of the week, plus the new Radeon HD 7970
Looking for a little light-hearted adventure this weekend? Check out Quantum Conundrum, a great PC puzzle game that you can buy on Steam right now for less than twenty bucks.
A new startup's free app anonymizes and encrypts your connection, and scans for malware, while you browse.
There are a bunch of great indie games at E3 that provide a welcome respite from the glut of gritty shoot-em-ups that dominate the show floor. Here are a few you should pay attention to.
This year E3 is all about sequels, but we found a few hidden gems on the show floor that nobody expected to see.
Shooter fatigue is a big trend among E3 attendees this year, and may change how games are made and sold in the years to come.
This PC free-to-play game puts you into the virtual cockpit of a hulking war machine, and fans of mech combat games are going to love it.
We spent some time with Bethesda’s new MMO The Elder Scrolls Online at E3 2012, and here’s what you need to know.
In a classic “show, don’t tell” approach, Sony showed off a lot of great games during its E3 conference but failed to back up the flashy demos with cold, hard facts.
Unveiled at E3 2012, the 2012 TwitchTV and Alienware Scholarship can help you pay for college if you're good at games.
PCWorld editors discuss the just-released Windows 8 Release Preview, some apps to make your desktop or laptop PC work with your Android phone, and what we expect from the E3 Expo next week.