Edit your photos, organize your finances, access your computer remotely, and do even more with these essential software packages and Web apps--a mix of established favorites and indispensable up-and-comers.
Springpad's free Web service lets you add notes, links, photos, videos, and files to your online "box of stuff."
YNAB teaches you to use a budget and helps you keep to it.
Also known as BExplorer, this open-source freebie makes your Windows 7 PC manage files like it's in Windows 8.
The TaskRabbit website can help you hire reliable local or virtual helpers to handle all of the stuff you can’t finish by yourself.
With so many apps to choose from, it’s easy to download a stinker. Here’s how to locate the best apps for your needs.
After an extended break, the PCWorld Podcast is back, wrapping up the products and trends we saw at last week's big CES show.
The federal action -- and arrests of MegaUpload officials -- appears to have sparked denial-of-service attacks on the websites of the RIAA, the MPAA, and others by the hacker collective Anonymous.
All of the U.S.-based airlines are making moves to better accommodate tech-savvy passengers—some faster than others. Here are the winners and losers.
Most of the gadgets displayed at CES 2012 require an Internet connection. The networking industry is working on new and better ways to connect, both wired and wireless.
Built with Broadcom’s brand new fifth-generation chip, the networking company prepares for a faster wireless standard.
Ever wondered what kinds of discounts would entice your customers to keep buying from you? Silicon Valley start-up Client Magnet is here to help.
Helpful features could move this card-swiping system ahead of Square and Intuit GoPayment in mobile payments.
Both companies build on old strengths, but don’t venture out into uncharted territory.