We talk with Marty Canning, Lexmark's printer czar, about how Lexmark will continue to support inkjet users--and how Lexmark's laser business is doing just fine, thank you.
When a major maker of inkjet printers says it's going to stop selling them, what does this mean for the future of the category, and for you?
Excellent output makes up for this color inkjet multifunction's deficiencies, but its color ink is expensive.
The WP-4590 inkjet MFP is a competent, and considerably cheaper, alternative to color laser multifunctions for corporate workgroups.
For a light-volume home or student user, this multifunction printer offers decent speed and features, and average-priced inks.
With pen input and a highly customized version of Android 4.0, the Note 10.1 distinguishes itself in a crowded market.
Led by slates carrying Nvidia's Tegra 3 processor, Android tablets are highly competitive against Apple's iPad.
How do the specs for the upcoming Microsoft Surface for Windows RT and Surface for Windows Pro compare with the Apple iPad? Here's what we know.
Will big-ticket apps be ready for the two different Surface models when they launch? Which version looks to be the better deal? And will Microsoft's radical gambit in producing its own tablet hardware succeed?
Redmond's upcoming Surface hardware feels stylish, fresh, and exciting. Apple's iPad finally gets some real competition.
PCWorld editors discuss the the Microsoft Office 2013 Launch Event, Windows ship dates, building a photography PC and new games.
The Officejet 150 Mobile squeezes print, scan, and copy into a portable package; however, HP has delayed shipment of this model until the fall.
We go beyond benchmarks to see just how Qualcomm's highly anticipated quad-core chip may change your tablet experience.
Looking to add some speed to your rig's storage gear? Thunderbolt is ready to take you to new heights.
Microsoft's Steve Ballmer will very likely announce a pivotal new version of his company's Office suite at an event in San Francisco Monday. Tune in right here for our live coverage at noon Pacific Time.