Do your gadgets sometimes feel less than fresh? PCWorld's Patrick Miller spent a week testing the ViraShield UV Sanitizer on a few of our favorite office gadgets, and now he's back to share the results.
A Mango edition of Windows Phone makes its debut, a 4G LTE version of the Galaxy Tab launches, Nintendo cuts the price of its 3DS, and more.
BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion has announced a series of layoffs as it seeks to streamline the company in the wake of losing market share to iOS and Android devices.
Google is planning to pull the plug on Google Labs, which has been responsible for major services such as Gmail and Google Maps. Find out what the future holds for your favorite Labs projects.
Those little square metallic stickers plastered onto a laptop's palm rest are driving Jason Cross batty. It's time for an intervention.
Acer's Aspire Revo RL 100 is a $569 desktop that's designed as a media streamer for your living room. With a Blu-Ray player, wireless keyboard, ample RAM, and a roomy hard drive, it's very good for that specific use.
Video calling is likely a welcome addition for Facebook users and is relatively painless to use. PCWorld's Megan Geuss talks about the service and shows you how to take it for a spin.
The Olympus PEN E-P3 interchangeable-lens camera has a lot of improvements that make it one of the best DSLR alternatives out there: a new sensor, a new image processor, and a new high-speed autofocus system.
Google says its new service is a dramatic rethinking of traditional social networking paradigms where, Google says, there's no good way to define our various types of friendships, and share information accordingly.
Cisco's Android-based Cius tablet is designed specifically for business. It features real-time video conferencing, a phone app, IM, chat, email, and a customizable app store.