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Jobs will stay on as chairman of the board. Apple chooses chief operating officer Tim Cook as his successor.
Google's social network has elements of both Facebook and Twitter (and maybe even Tumblr, too). But will that versatility be powerful or confusing?
Play:3 is about one- third the size and $100 less than the company's first all-in-one device.
This price change may be too much, but we should hold off on the vitriol -- Netflix has consistently been a bargain and one of the most customer-friendly services on the Web.
The beta subscription service will record video from Netflix, Hulu, ESPN and other sources.
The maker of Pogoplug hardware is offering a free download to stream music, movies and more to other PCs and mobile devices.
Got video clips that never make it off your cell? Flixlab will put them together into a short movie you can share.
If you're more interested in power and features than in polish, this ultraportable laptop could be a good choice.
Learn about Android Ice Cream Sandwich, as well what it's like to use Google Music Beta, and what we think of Android @Home. And what will Microsoft do with Skype?
Alex Wawro discusses some of the interesting graphics projects going on in the PCWorld Labs, while Ed Albro discusses the pros and cons of the BlackBerry PlayBook and other non-iPad tablets. We also discuss whether or not Apple is tracking your location, and go over the EFF's privacy scorecard.