Looking for a project this weekend? How about building a PC in a carved out pumpkin? PCWorld's Alex Wawro explains.
In our first annual Great Smartphone Race, we rounded up three typical handset users who represented the Android, iOS and Windows Phone 7 phone operating systems.
We've an the opportunity to take a look at the first two handsets running Windows Phone 7 OS, the Samsung Focus and HTC Surround, and found a lot to like.
Apple has announced a new line of slim MacBook Air laptops. The new machines, available in 11-inch and 13-inch models, bring badly needed updates to the company's Mac product line.
At the CTIA's Wireless Mobile event, Associate Editor Ginny Mies took at look at the Samsung's Galaxy Tab and the company's Transform Android smartphone, as well as the Sanyo Zio.
At the CTIA Mobile Wireless event, Senior Editor Mark Sullivan found a variety of interesting new gadgets.
LG announced an Android 2.2 phone for $50 at the CTIA Wireless show in San Francisco. Associate Editor Ginny Mies took a look, and also checked out new Android phones from T-Mobile, and Nokia's Symbian-based E3 phone.
Motorola announces seven new smartphones, including the Droid Pro. Targeted at business users, this phone looks designed to attract RIM BlackBerry owners.
The $300 Cyber-shot WX5 digital camera is small and light enough to fit in a shirt pocket, but its variety of shooting modes, including 3D, provide big-time entertainment.
Microsoft has released a beta of the next version of Internet Explorer 9 for Windows 7, and so far we like what we've seen.
Positioned as a point-and-shoot camera for serious photographers, the Lumix DMC-LX5 tacks on significant enhancements to the performance-oriented LX3.