The Google Voice mobile app is a great business tool that users will have to stray from the iPhone to use
Michael Scalisi takes the reins as the author of PC World's Net Work blog.
Apple’s rumored netbook competitor is a device few people will find useful.
New high-speed solid state drives from Intel have arrived just in time for Windows 7.
Microsoft is being subversive in its move to openly support cloud computing yet maintain operating system dependence.
Will Chrome fulfill the promise of the network-centric computer?
The Mophie Juice Pack Air is a simple, if pricy, solution to the iPhone's limited battery life.
The newest Mozilla browser may lead the way with emerging Web standards, but it still lacks a few great features.
In the decade since Napster invented peer-to-peer file sharing, times have made it less relevant.
Comcast just became the wireless Internet vendor to beat by offering 4G wireless Internet in Portland, Oregon.
The long anticipated Google phone service is about to go live. Here's how it'll change the way you work.
T-Mobile’s second Android phone raises the bar in mobile media with Adobe Flash.
Microsoft Security Essentials may be the right tool for smaller businesses.
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