Michelle MastinPCWorld

Disputing Erroneous T-Mobile Charges

A reader asks On Your Side for help in resolving disputed charges from T-Mobile. Plus: A tardy rebate finally comes through.

Getting a Refund on a Cache Drive

A reader asks On Your Side for help in getting a promised refund on his Corsair cache drive. Plus: Lenovo's recall of some of its all-in-one desktop PCs.

Samsung Series 7 Slate Review: Laptop Power in a Slim Package

Samsung has packed an entire Intel Core i5 laptop into a slim, light slate tablet. Too bad it had to pack a fan in there, too.

Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Review: Windows 7 Tablet Offers Tons of Flexibility and Features

The Stylistic Q550 packs such business-friendly features as a fingerprint reader and a removable battery, but its Atom processor lacks oomph.

Acer Iconia Tab W500 Review: An Adaptable Windows 7 Tablet

The included keyboard dock gives this tablet the flexibility to imitate a laptop, but it also introduces considerable bulk.

Sony Walkman Z Series Review: A Solid Multimedia Player With Limited Storage

Sony's Z Series Tegra 2-powered Walkman is great for multimedia playback and gaming, as long as you're okay with the built in storage.

Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2 Review: Great All-Around Android Player

Take the phone out of a top-notch Samsung phone and you get the Galaxy Player 4.2. It's an excellent media player and casual gaming device wrapped up in one of the nicest packages to date.

Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 Review: Good Price, Mediocre Quality

Samsung's Galaxy player 3.6 provides a lower-priced, Android-powered alternative to the iPod Touch, but its screen and audio quality come up short.

Intuit Launches MoneyDue App to Turn Calendar Appointments into Payments

MoneyDue for the iPhone turns calendar appointments into billable events, so you can send E-bills and track payments.

Resolving a Software Purchase Hassle

A reader in Papua New Guinea seeks help with a software purchase he can't complete; also, an antivirus software company drops a customer support firm for aggressive tactics.

Logitech Keyboard Case by ZAGG Review: Innovative Design, Spongy Keys

Logitech's Keyboard Case for the iPad is unique in the way it fits over the front of the iPad for travel, but the keys aren't as nice as on some other keyboards.

Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad Review: Slim, Stylish, and Functional, but a Fingerprint Magnet

This amazingly slim keyboard uses the iPad's magnets to stay attached, and provides an excellent typing feel.

Belkin YourType Folio and Keyboard Review: Great Case, Removable Keyboard

Belkin's YourType has a removable keyboard, providing the flexibility of a slim folio case plus a nice keyboard that you can carry when you need it.

Keyboard Covers for the Latest iPad Turn Your Tablet Into a Productivity Tool

Apple’s current iPad is slightly thicker than its predecessor--enough so that old keyboard cases don’t fit quite right. These cases with built-in keyboards are designed specifically to accommodate the third-gen iPad.

Kensington KeyFolio Keyboard Case Review: Rubber Keys, Bulky Case

The rubberized keys take some getting used to, but at least you won't be afraid to take this keyboard case to the coffee shop.