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.
It's important to be in control of your financial future, and that starts with getting educated. Get involved in some free Stock Market simulators to get a feel of just how hectic and rewarding investing can be—just don't go for broke.
There's a new gaming keypad on the block, and it has eight more buttons than the old model.
Ditch the tangled mess and go wireless with cool new peripherals that sport a dongle rather than a wire.
Raptr is a social network and tool for gamers to organize their library, compete against their friends, and stream their games. It now integrates with Twitch to let you stream video of your games.
HP makes some good component choices for the Envy 700-030qe, but the overall package is somewhat imperfect.
Jason, Alex, and Susie talk about the failure of nearly every web phenomenon that found its way to "real" TV.
Classic games are great, but they have a tendency to get stale over the years. Enter the gaming makeover—these three classic games get a makeover and refresh the way they're played.
Light. Fast. Not too expensive. Study up on the most important specs for long days at class and long nights at the library.