Listen in as the PCWorld team talks about gaining early access to The Old Republic and discusses the future of online commerice after playing the beta version of Diablo 3.
We talk about the biggest news in gaming, including Shigeru Miyamoto's desire to develop new games with smaller teams and the latest advances in cloud gaming, including new OnLive game support for Android and iOS tablets. Will we ever need to buy another physical game again? Listen in to find out.
With the release of My Xbox Live for iOS, Microsoft finally brings a little bit of Live to a platform other than Windows Phone 7.
All the pieces are in place for a surge in laptop sales next year--from new Intel chips to the planned launch of the Windows 8 operating system to sleeker designs.
While the slim profile and amazingly light weight of the Portege Z835 are attractive, Toshiba clearly cut some corners to get the price down to $799.
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The new VAIO Z is a master course in cutting-edge design, but it will set you back a pretty penny. If only Sony could bring this machine to the masses.
New software and hardware combine to enable better multitouch than was ever possible in Windows 7.
Microsoft makes big changes with Windows 8, revamping the look and function, and adding support for the next generation of mobile devices.
Microsoft’s BUILD Windows conference next week will signal the grand reveal of its latest OS, and we have a lot of questions.
Like it or not, Steve Jobs has been largely responsible for many innovations that have moved the entire tech sector forward. Where will that influence come from now?
If HP spins off its PC business into a separate company, the payoff for consumers could be big, but only if significant changes are made.