At the Intel Developer's Forum, a USB 3.0 camera was on display that streamed uncompressed 1080p video to a monitor.
Travel can be stressful and expensive. Here are tips for keeping your gadgets charged and for saving money on smartphone bills while you're away from home--whether elsewhere in the United States or halfway around the world.
Photoshop Elements 8 is an appealing but evolutionary upgrade of a well-established photo editing program.
Adobe Premiere Elements 8 is a significant upgrade from previous versions of this easy-to-use video editor.
HP's Business-based netbook grows up--and introduces some long-overdue improvements.
The colorful rubberized shell of the Samsung Go is certainly not subtle, but don't let its fashion-forward design fool you into thinking it's a mere plaything.
Specialized external hard drive offers automated set-and-forget backups.
The biggest surprise at Wednesday's Apple event was an appearance by Steve Jobs. Besides that, iPod fans were treated to new Nanos, iTunes 9, and lower prices.
The Nokia N97 packs some impressive specs and multimedia features, but they aren't integrated as well as other smartphones on the market.
This week on the PC World Podcast, editors Tim Moynihan, Robert Strohmeyer, Darren Gladstone, and Mark Sullivan discuss some of the biggest tech happenings of the week.
Chris and Sarah versus "rugged" laptops. Can these PCs survive being frozen, dropped, getting dirty and taking a shower with our staff?