Alex Cocilova joins the crew this week, doubling up our Alex Power Quotient. It's a good thing too, because otherwise Alex Wawro's powerful love for Tokyo Jungle would overwhelm the podcast.
It's our first themed episode! We're talking about Borderlands 2, and other post-apocalyptic movies and media.
Dan Moren is in the studio to chat with us about Diaspora, audio books, sock puppets, and mother#&$n pie.
Did you know there's a new David Byrne and St. Vincent album out? You should check that out. Also, be aware that Star Trek: Enterprise is awful.
It's the second episode of Play This! and we already have special guest Dan Hsu in the studio to talk about the cool stuff he's been playing.
Microsoft is unveiling the major features of Windows at, along with its partner Nokia, at an event in New York City. Follow our coverage, live!
Nokia announces Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 at event in New York City.
It's the first episode of our digital entertainment podcast, Play This! We discuss places to find new music online, the new Gamrcred social service for gamers, and lots more.
Look, up in the sky! It's a bunch of stars, planets, and other celestial objects! Learn more about them, and aid your night sky viewing, with these apps.
PCWorld Editors discuss the Windows 8 final release, important Windows 8 dates and how the PCWorld Labs tests gear. We also talk about some gaming news, including Mechwarrior Tactics and Star Wars: The Old Republic going free to play.
If you've ever wanted to stream music or video from one device (say, your laptop or your smartphone) to another (like your TV), you know it can be a bit of a pain. DLNA Certified devices can make life easier.
PCWorld editors discuss the the Microsoft Office 2013 Launch Event, Windows ship dates, building a photography PC and new games.
The well-loved Astro gaming headsets have finally gone wireless with the new A50. Does it live up to the legacy of the Astro A40s, and is it worth the steep $300 price?
Strap it on your wrist, and it tracks your activity all day long. Is the Nike+ FuelBand just another expensive gimmick, or can it really help you get into shape?