Will the PC inherit traits from its younger tablet siblings? Here's why that may be a good--and not-so-good--thing.
Researchers at UC Berkeley have figured out how to place nanolasers on silicon, opening the doors to new, more powerful processors.
Join the GeekTech crew and get our take on the recent Macworld Expo, bomb- detecting plants (huh?), and more on this week's episode of the PCWorld Podcast.
Microsoft announced a plug-in that will let Chrome users on Windows continue to watch H.264 video.
This music video for the band Echo Lake takes Kinect hacking to a new level.
We wrap up the week's top stories from PCWorld's GeekTech blog, including the most awesome flash drive ever.
Ten One Design's new iPad joysticks make the iPad into a competent gaming system.
This terrifying multitouch-capable multitouch projector scares everyone who comes near it.
GUIs are overrated. A new Mac OS X app turns your shiny, pricy new Mac into an old-school Terminal.
What if you could switch from an Android phone to a Windows Phone 7...uh...phone by swappign out a cartridge? A new concept design from Yanko shows how that might work.
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