New proudcts include Ultrabooks with Gorilla Glass lids, Windows/Android hybrids, and a budget-oriented ultraportable.
If you love to eat and spend free time playing free games, this is the place for you. Enjoy these tasty morsels of bite-sized fun.
Jason, Alex, and Armando geek out on the sublime Saints Row 4, look forward to the impending release of GTA V, and discuss what makes a great open-world game.
Disney's attempt at duplicating Skylanders' fusion of physical toys and video games has some issues, but it's incredibly fun.
Spelunky is a self-improvement seminar wrapped up in the guise of a sublime platformer.
No one will mistake this machine for boutique builder's product, but we have no complaints about its price/performance ratio.
Stay clear of The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, it’s nothing but a cash-in on its turn-based predecessor’s name.
Take a trip back to when the Internet was young and games were simple but addictive. Sure, you can enjoy the high-quality stuff that modern browsers can create, but then you'd miss this free game nostalgia trip.
From The Net to Office Space, Pirates of Silicon Valley to The Social Network. These are the movies we love, and hate, about the world of tech.
Moving to the Mac? OS X can do everything your Windows machine can—the trick is knowing where to look. In this Macworld video, PC World associate editor Alex Wawro explains where you'll find your preferences, how to access familiar programs, and more.
Quite simply, the fastest desktop gaming PC we've ever tested.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist might change things up a bit from what made classic Sam Fisher so great, but that doesn't stop it from being an exceptionally fun action game.
The new Rig is designed to let you switch back and forth between business and pleasure with the flip of a switch.
Disney is on a roll, with the release of it's toy-collecting game creation kit Inifinity and the truly impressive Disney Animated app.