The Microsoft Surface is one of the most contentious tech products in recent months, so Loyd Case and Dan Moren throw down about whether Redmond's tablet is a winner or a player to be named later.
Falcon Northwest manages to cram an overclocked Core i7 CPU and a GTX 680 GPU into a pint-sized package barely bigger than an Xbox 360.
Thunderbolt is method for transferring data between devices, much like USB or FireWire. We'll tell you all about what it is and how it works.
PCWorld Editors cover all the Microsoft news of the week, plus the new Radeon HD 7970
AMD updates the original Radeon HD 7970 with a higher core clock speed, the ability to briefly boost core clocks, and faster memory. But can it catch up with Nvidia's hot new GTX 680? We put AMD's latest high-end card to the test.
How many times can a company abandon its users and still retain their loyalty? Microsoft may be about to find out.
The PC revolution ended years ago. The new PC revolution starts today.
Microsoft has a history of abandoning its mobile users. It happened when the Windows Phone 7 transition occurred, with Windows Mobile users. Now it's happening again with Windows Phone 8.
If it doesn’t run on a console made by the Nintendo-Sony-Microsoft trinity, it’s hard to find at E3. But other great games are out there.
World of Warplanes brings airborne arena payer-versus-player combat with mid-20th century aircraft and hopes to duplicate the success of the popular game World of Tanks.
It’s the smaller meetings and the chance encounters that really make the show worth seeing. Here is one reporter's journey.
When it launches, Samsung’s cloud gaming service will support wired and wireless gamepad controllers from several manufacturers.
The annual game industry extravaganza is noisy, boisterous and full of bombast. The real gems lie in the little spaces.
As consoles focus less on gaming and more on becoming connected digital media centers, smart peripherals are taking center stage.