How Do You Spell Awkward? Domo!

New mobile social network broadcasts your Facebook information to people nearby, making it easier for strangers to accost you.

E-Ink Watch: Loved by Geeks, Shunned by Normals

Want to fly the Nerd Flag on your wrist? Check out the Phosphor World Time watch.


Google Management Shuffle: Right Move, Wrong Guy?

Ousting Eric Schmidt from the CEO’s office may make sense for Google, but is cofounder Larry Page really the right person to take over the reins?

What CES Is Really Like

Never attended Las Vegas's annual gadget orgy? Hang on tight for a warts-and-all tour including numerous examples of Pointless Excess, Booth Babe Abuse and Conventioneers Acting Foolishly.

Zalman PC Case is Like the 2001 Obelisk – But With Cool LEDs!

GS 1200 also features four quiet fans and room for seven hot-swappable hard drives.


The Big Deal Products of CES 2011 (So Far)

From seriously fast phones and tablets to better 3D TVs and PCs, here are the 13 products that will make a significant difference this year.


BlackBerry Playbook: A Video Introduction

RIM expects to launch its new tablet in the first quarter of this year. Here's a tour of some of its top features.


Veebeam Sends HD Video from Your PC to Your TV

Wireless USB device sends whatever video is playing on your laptop to your TV.


New Unhinged Touchpads Should Make Clicking Easier

Synaptics, which produces the touchpads used in many laptops, has a new design that makes it easier to click anywhere.


A Dock to Project Video from Your iPhone, iPad or iPod

The Cinemin Slice contains a pico projector that can project video as large as 60 inches.


On Star: It’s Not Just for GM Cars Anymore

The mobile assistance service will be available in nearly any make of car this spring through an add-on mirror device.


CES 2011 Trends: Fast Chips, Android Tablets and More 3D

Intel's Sandy Bridge chips, Android-based tablets and 3D cameras and TVs should take center stage when the Consumer Electronics Show opens in Las Vegas this week.

The Best Tech Products of 2010

Lots of really good products have debuted this year. Which ones are the cream of the crop? Here are the picks of PCWorld's experts.



The world's coolest brainstorming and mind mapping software and the best way to share ideas.

Holiday Tech Wish Lists On PCWorld Podcast #101

What do PCWorld editors want for Christmas? Listen in to find out. (It's not too late to buy us gifts!)