Microsoft was in the news a lot this week, with details about the Windows 8 app store revealed, a major update to the Xbox 360, and an Xbox Live app for iPhone and iPad. There was a major Nintendo 3DS update as well, but that's not as interesting as our discussion as HP's unique TopShot printer.
This week saw we learned a wealth of news about tablets and Google’s Android OS. Here are five stories we think you need to know about.
The first quad-core tablet, the Transformer Prime from Asus, is an Android tablet running Android Honeycomb and has some of the best looking graphics we’ve ever seen on a mobile device.
A secret piece of software might be tracking your every move if you own an Android, Blackberry, or Nokia smartphone, a security researcher discovered recently.
The Kindle Fire is out, and it's not really that great. What did you expect for $200? Guest Carlos Rodela worked at Amazon for years, and joins the PCWorld editors to discuss Amazon's tablet and Google's music service.
Two PCWorld staffers discuss the pros and cons of Amazon's Kindle Fire. Is it an anemic Android tablet, a particularly robust e-reader, or a new breed of device? Tune in to find out!
Barnes and Noble has introduced its new Nook tablet in a clear stab at Amazon’s tablet, the Kindle Fire.
HP's TouchSmart 620 3D Edition all-in-one PC boasts upgraded specs, a Blu-ray player, a TV tuner, and a sliding design that lets you use it as a massive tablet.
If you take lots of images of small objects for advertising or design, the HP TopShot Laserjet Pro M275 just might make your life a little easier.
The latest version of its Apple's mobile OS seems to make iPhone and iPad batteries lose juice faster than before. Mark Sullivan investigates and suggests a fix.
With a dual-core processor and 4G speeds, the $100 Atrix 2 is great for people who want a high-end phone for an affordable price.
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Here's a brief look at five products and technologies we look forward to spending some quality time with in the coming year.
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