Apple's 32Gb iPhone 3Gs led the day's news but a mix of hardware and software enhancements also were announced.
Catch up with all Apple's announcements Monday from the Worldwide Developers Conference. Here is visual tour of what's new.
Iron Will Technologies debuts a sensory input glove for gamers, called the Peregrine.
As Asia's largest tech show comes to a close, we round up a Taiwanese buffet of impressive gadgets.
What will we see at WWDC on Monday? Nobody knows outside of Apple (okay, and maybe AT&T). That won't stop us from guessing, though.
From Microsoft's no-controls 'Natal' to Sony's PlayStation 3D motion sensor to Nintendo's quirky Wii vitality gauge, what was hot -- or not -- at this year's E3.
Join the PC World editors for a lively discussion of Palm's new smartphone and Microsoft's relaunched search engine.
Sony's new PSP Go gaming handheld hits the floor at the e3 gaming conference, and Uncharted 2 looks fantastic.
The new Palm Pre smartphone is slickly designed and offers lots to like, but it also has a few flaws. Let's dive in.
The Palm Pre smartphone and its much-anticipated new operating system--called webOS--is brand new. Can the Pre revive Palm's fortunes?
Microsoft showed some impressive demos of Project Natal, a motion-sensing device to control video games.
Asia's largest technology conference, Computex, is in full swing. If you're looking for the latest Computex news PC World has you covered.
With the recent release of Active for the Wii by EA Sports, Senior Writer Darren Gladstone joins forces with a personal trainer to evaluate a slew of Wii fitness games.