Great Laptops in the PC World 100

From a superslim 16-incher that recharges without wires to an inexpensive netbook with a great keyboard and 8 hours of battery life, these are some potent portables.

Top Storage Devices in the PC World 100

We saw all kinds of roomy and speedy drives this year. Here are our top picks.

Cameras and Camcorders in the PC World 100

Whether you're into digital SLRs, point-and-shoots, or high-def camcorders, this collection has a winner for you.

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Cool Smartphones in the PC World 100

We saw many good smartphones in 2009. Here are the four models our editors like best.

The PC World 100: Best Products of 2009

A laptop that recharges wirelessly, a CPU that leaves the competition in the dust, and a top pick that's changing the face of computing--these are just three of the items in our PC World Top 100 list of the best products of the year.

PC World Podcast Episode 50: Windows 7, Droid, Acer Aspire One, and Net Neutrality

Join the editors of PC World for an irreverent round-table discussion of this week's hottest technology trends.

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How to Install Windows 7 (Before Your OS Launch Party)

Welcome to the party! Senior Editor Robert Strohmeyer shows you how to install Windows 7 before you celebrate its launch with your friends.

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WorldBench 6 Released, Works on All Windows 7 Editions

Real-world benchmark from PC World Labs is now available for public purchase.

Adobe Releases Photoshop Lightroom 3 Beta

New version of photo workflow software becomes public.

For Just a Few Clicks, a Chance at a $1000 Amazon Shopping Spree

Taking a 15-minute survey gets you a shot at some big-time shopping at Amazon, and helps us get the straight dope on the reliability and service of tech products and manufacturers.

PC World Podcast 49: Google Donut, BlackBerry Storm 2, and Wi-Fi Direct

Join the editors of PC World for an irreverent round-table discussion of this week's hottest technology trends.

Are Service Provider Netbook Bundles a Good Deal?

When you buy a subsidized netbook from a wireless service provider, the money you save on the device is a pittance compared to the data fees you'll pay over the next two years. But buying a netbook and a data plan unbundled is even more expensive.