This fall, Nintendo will begin selling the successor to the hugely successful Wii, named the Wii U. At its E3 conference keynote, we expect to hear all about the launch lineup, and a lot about the 3DS as well.
Can Sony convince us that we really need a Vita for portable gaming in addition to our smartphones? What can it do to bolster PS3 sales, since the next Playstation isn't due for awhile? We hope to find out at Sony's E3 press conference.
Join our liveblog of the Microsoft keynote conference from E3 2012 as Microsoft discusses the road ahead for Xbox, and maybe even the PC and Windows Phone.
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.
The Windows 8 release preview makes a number of welcome improvements over the consumer preview earlier this year. It's not quite "done" yet, but this is a much better look at what the future tablet and PC operating system will be like.
There are dozens of file formats for digital images, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. Our quick guide helps you understand the differences between the most common formats.
A full-HD IPS display is the breakout feature of Asus’ new high-end Ultrabook.
The PCWorld editors discusses the impact of Facebook's IPO, news from the Nvidia GTC, the launch of Diablo 3, and Lenovo's slick new ultrabook.
The bad news? The Internet service provider will instead try out “improved data usage management approaches." Could these be data caps?
Comcast is suspending its 250 GB per month data cap while it searches for a better way to manage its network usage.
Twitter is introducing a new weekly email digest, and it's enabled by default. Here's how to disable it.
A regular roundup of kickstarter projects.
Jason Cross and Philip Michaels face off about Wi-Fi only tablets. Will they always exists, as Michaels argues, or will all tablets be cellular-equipped before long, as Cross asserts?
AMOLED technology explained in three minutes or less.
Microsoft is dropping support for DVD movie playback from Windows 8, but it doesn't really matter.