Lock down your computer, your home network, your identity--even your phone.
Two PCWorld editors square off over the value of the Apple rumor mill. Is the big buzz before an Apple product launch good clean fun or just a drain on the Internet?
An app security firm cracks open one of the smartphone apps being investigated by the Federal government to see what data it's sharing with advertisers.
If you're shopping for a 46-inch TV on the cheap, give the HL46XSL2 a look--but you'll probably want to pay a bit more for a set with better image quality.
Firefox gets a much-needed overhaul in version 4: It's faster, sleeker, and easier to use. Does it stack up to Chrome and IE9? Read on for our take.
This week, the PC Editors discuss the merits of the latest web browsers, preview the CTIA show, and discuss how technology is changing the way we respond to disasters.
Scammers and online criminals are exploiting the disaster in Japan to lure in unsuspecting victims in order to steal personal information or load your PC with malware.
The browser wars heat up with new releases from Microsoft and Mozilla. But to most users, the differences between Internet Explorer 9 and Firefox 4 will be slight.
Get caught up on this week's geekiest stories. It's your antidote for iPad Overload, courtesy of PCWorld's GeekTech Blog.