Nikon Coolpix S9100: A Simple and Superb Pocket Megazoom

The Nikon Coolpix S9100 is the rare beast that will please both novices and experienced shooters, even with its lack of manual controls.


How to Reset Your Wireless Router

Forgot your Wi-Fi password? Having mysterious networking problems? Here's how to reset your Wi-Fi router to its factory default settings.

RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook Is a Study in Contrasts

While we're impressed by the PlayBook's convenient size and novel navigation, we found the tablet’s sometimes primitive native software and selection of apps frustrating.


First Look: HP TouchSmart 610 Has a Shape-Shifting Design

HP's TouchSmart 610 all-in-one PC features a 23-inch touchscreen display with gesture support, a Blu-ray drive, a TV tuner, and Intel's quad-core i7 CPU. It also boasts a transforming design that lets you use it like a tabletop tablet. Alex Wawro takes it for a spin.


Acer's Iconia Dual-Screen Laptop

The Acer Iconia is a $1,200 all-purpose laptop that’s being marketed as a “touchbook” due to its dual 14” touchscreen displays.


How to Edit Flip Videos On the iPad 2

The iPad 2 offers a number of exciting new features, including the ability to capture or import video and edit it with the new iMovie for iOS 1.2. Here's how to import video from a Flip camera.


Unboxing the Nintendo 3DS Portable Gaming Console

Can't wait until March 27th to check out the Nintendo 3DS? See it for yourself in our unboxing video.

Tablet Shootout: Xoom vs. iPad 2 vs. Galaxy Tab

In the market for a tablet? We take a look at the comparative strengths of the Motorola Xoom, Apple iPad 2, and Samsung Galaxy Tab.


Unboxing the iPad 2

Ed Albro of PCWorld unboxes the iPad 2 and shows how one Apple's new Smart Cover for the iPad 2 works.


Digital Storm's Enix is Big on Power, Small in Size

Using a vertically mounted Mini-ATX format motherboard, Digital Storm's overclocked Enix gaming PC features top performance in a small footprint.

Video Review: the iPad 2

For Apple’s competitors in the tablet market, the iPad 2 is a wake-up call, says Macworld's Jason Snell.


The Independent Games Festival at the GDC 2011

The Independent Games Festival is one of the highlights of the Game Developer's Conference. We took some time to check out some of the festival winners.

Rock Prodigy App Teaches You How to Play the Guitar

Using an interface similar to Guitar Hero, Rock Prodigy can help you rock out on either an electric or acoustic guitar.


Nintendo's 3DS and Robotic Toys at GDC

Nintendo's 3DS was on display at the Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco, as well as a number of robotic toys that can be operated with a smartphone.


Apple iPad 2: Does It Have Enough to Stay Ahead?

The iPad 2's faster A5 processor and the addition of video and music creation tools seem to be a big step forward.