Slick looks, a solid metal build, and a number of refinements make the second-generation Flip Video MinoHD one hot pocket camcorder.
No, Miley Cyrus isn't actually on the show. But this week, the gang talks about her departure from Twitter, as well as Google Voice, slick new Sony portables, and the biggest mobile trends from CTIA.
The ioSafe external hard drive is designed to withstand home catastrophes such as floods and fires. But can it survive the 3000-degree fire cannon?
Lightweight and compact, Fujifilm's Instax Mini 7 is a modern version of a Polaroid camera.
Pinnacle's popular video editing app benefits from a minor face-lift while retaining its core power and depth.
Join the editors of PC World for an irreverent round-table discussion of this week's hottest technology trends.
High ink costs make this multifunction printer less economical than it should be, but at least it’s fast.
This multifunction printer's wide-format capability is nice, but not its slow performance and variable print quality.
A student or home user will like this multifunction printer’s speed, but not its ink costs and other quirks.
PC World editors discuss those surreal Windows 7 launch party videos, the best Android phone yet, and Microsoft's dual-screen Courier tablet PC.
One focus of this year's Intel Developer Forum is small portable computing devices running a variety of Windows operating systems. We look at the Viliv S10 Blade, the Archos 9 PC tablet, and the Umid M1.
Everyone raves about the addition of a video camera to the iPod Nano, but is it really that impressive?