Microsoft was in the news a lot this week, with details about the Windows 8 app store revealed, a major update to the Xbox 360, and an Xbox Live app for iPhone and iPad. There was a major Nintendo 3DS update as well, but that's not as interesting as our discussion as HP's unique TopShot printer.
The Kindle Fire is out, and it's not really that great. What did you expect for $200? Guest Carlos Rodela worked at Amazon for years, and joins the PCWorld editors to discuss Amazon's tablet and Google's music service.
If you want to type like a pro, you need a mechanical keyboard. We tell you all about the ones we tested. We also discuss the pros and cons of Lytro's upcoming light-field camera and those Windows Phone 7.5 phones just announced by Nokia.
AMD's new FX processor, formerly code-named Bulldozer, is a big disappointment. Still, at least Netflix is dropping the Qwikster idea, and HP says we'll see memristors to compete with flash drives in 2013. Also, Megan gives us a peak at her feature on the most useful site on the 'net.
Steve Jobs passed away this week at 56. We briefly discuss his impact on technology before moving on to the iPhone 4S announcement this week, and last week's new Facebook features.
PCWorld editors discuss the sorry state of printing over the internet, along with some revelations about where you should or shouldn't buy ink or toner. Microsoft's BUILD conference is next week, where it will reveal much about Windows 8; we tell you what we hope to learn.
The PCWorld editors discuss Apple's latest operating system and insane profits while mourning the closing of Google Labs.
Special guest Joe Braidwood from TouchType talks with us about their just-launched Android replacement keyboard, SwiftKey X. Also: Spotify, Google's E-Reader, and the Toshiba Thrive.
If there's anything we could talk about all day, it's tablets and social networking. The PCWorld crew has plenty of insights into HP's latest tablet, and Google's most recent stab at the social web.