Chrysler showed its Linux-based UI for its next-gen line of Cadillacs, while Fisker Automotive's Karma EV sports car features a solar panel on its roof and the ability to drive 250 miles on a single charge. Tim Moynihan takes them for a spin.
Qualcomm's Mirasol e-reader displays are power-efficient color screens that can last days on a single charge and play video in full color. Check out our sneak peek at the latest model on the show floor at CES 2012.
Sensics tries to take gaming to a whole new level with its SmartGoggles, which literally put your head in the game. That is, you have to put your head inside a bulky contraption (the SmartGoggles) before you get to play anything.
The LA Sherrif's Department has begun to transition from an antiquated in-car system to a Toughbook-based setup that's been customized by Raytheon.
Check out a sneak peek of Project Fiona, the prototype PC gaming tablet that Razer announced at CES 2012.
Check out the latest gaming peripherals from SteelSeries on display at CES 2012, including an ION Bluetooth controller for mobile gaming and the Siberia v2 headset with dynamically pulsating blue LED accents.
Join us on the CES 2012 show floor to get a sneak peek at the latest version of the BlackBerry PlayBook OS, which is expected to debut on all BlackBerry PlayBook devices in February.
Check out some of the hottest and most offbeat gadgets of CES at Digital Experience, our annual early look at some of emerging technologies that debut at CES. Join PCWorld as we demonstrate the latest Android-powered virtual reality headsets, mobile pico projectors and more!
Tobii Technology has developed technology that allows you to control your laptop or other displays by moving your eyes. Check out video of the product in action at CES 2012 to see how it works.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is a hybrid phone/tablet with a built-in stylus, and PCWorld Associate Editor Ginny Mies shows us how it works at CES 2012.
Lots of tablets and apps will be on display at the gigantic CES show in Las Vegas next week. But we'll also see older technologies that are trying to behave more like mobile devices.
At the end of another year, PCWorld reviewers name downloads and Web programs we liked so much we just kept on using them.