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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Today’s new threats demand a new breed of antivirus software. Our lab tests show you which paid antivirus products you can trust, and which ones you should skip.
GFI Vipre Antivirus is fast, but it's ineffective at blocking new malware.
Eset NOD32 Antivirus 4 is fast, but its malware detection capabilities are lacking.
Panda Antivirus Pro 2011 is an effective defender, but it's one of the slower antivirus products we tested.
MIT researchers demonstrate holographic video streaming--using a Microsoft Kinect of all things.