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PCWorld Episode 23: Pokemon Go madness! Huge hard drives and a huger price for ARM

Everything's big this week on the PCWorld show: the Pokemon pandemic, Seagate's 10TB BarraCuda hard drive, and the $32 billion Softbank spent for ARM. Watch and learn.

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PCWorld's July Digital Edition: Intel's 10-core Broadwell-E

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Watch: EA brought out the big guns at E3 2016

From Battlefield 1 to Titanfall 2, EA's E3 games showcase focused on heavy hitters rather than new surprises.

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PCWorld Episode 20: Thunderbolt's turnaround, Digital Storm's badass PC, and T-Mobile freebies

PCWorld editors Jon Phillips, Mark Hachman, and Gordon Mah Ung chew on this week's hot topics including free pizza from T-Mobile and why Thunderbolt 3 is 'winning.'

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PCWorld's June Digital Edition: Windows 10 Anniversary Update

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PCWorld Show Episode 19: Backpack PC, Radeon RX 480 and a 3-year wait for iPhones?!

In PCWorld Show Episode 19, PCWorld editors Jon Phillips, Mark Hachman, and Gordon Mah Ung wonder if a Backpack PC isn't a thing now, discuss AMD's new $200 Radeon RX 480 and debate whether Apple just gave up on pushing out new iPhones every year.

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PCWorld Show Episode 18: Windows 10's upgrade tricks, Windows Phone's death rattle, Twitter's big changes

In PCWorld Show Episode 18, PCWorld editors Jon Phillips, Brad Chacos, and Gordon Mah Ung reveal Windows 10's deceptive upgrade scheme, debate whether Windows Phone really is dead now, and help Gordon understand what Twitter's changed about its service.

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PCWorld Show Episode 17: Google invades your home, your car and your messages

PCWorld's editors dish on the hot news, and this week it's all Google. The company's I/O developer conference was filled with deeply consumer news: a smart home, a smarter car, and perhaps smart-alecky responses to your friend's texts, all handled for you by Google.

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PCWorld Show Episode 16: Windows 10 upgrade, GeForce GTX 1080, and Facebook's conservative-news problem

PCWorld's editors dish on the hot news of the week: Brad Chacos shows off the crazy-fast GeForce GTX 1080, Microsoft sets a deadline for free Windows 10 upgrades, Facebook is redfaced over bias accusations, and more.

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PCWorld's May Digital Edition: Microsoft Build's Biggest Reveals

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PCWorld Show Episode 15: Phone-cam fight, laptop showdown, and a Burning Man for the 1 percent

Flo refs a phone-cam fight, Gordon taunts fanboys, and we all discuss a fully catered desert tech-fest for elites.

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PCWorld Show Episode 14: Apple tanks, the PC goes under the bus and web pages are larger than Doom

In this week's hottest news from PCWorld, Macs and PCs both face existential angst. Meanwhile, webpage bloat gets a benchmark gamers can relate to.

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PCWorld Show Episode 12: HTC's 10, LG's G5, tanking PC sales

Jon, Jason, and Gordon discuss what's right and what's wrong with new smartphones from HTC and LG, and why PC sales just deflated.

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PCWorld's April Digital Edition: Today's Hottest Hardware

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