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Take Our Quick Survey--and Help Us Write Stories That You Want to Read

Your answers will tell us which smartphone issues matter to you…and which ones don’t.

What You Could Buy With $829

A fully tricked-out latest-edition iPad, with 64GB of storage and a 4G wireless connection, will set you back more than eight Benjamins. Here are a few other ways you might spread that cash around.

CES 2012 Trends Revisited: Why The Year’s Hottest Tech Doesn’t Always Succeed

Ultrabooks, smart TVs, and Android tablets grabbed the spotlight at this year’s International CES. History suggests that all three may struggle to win hearts and minds.

RIP Technology: 10 Products and Services That Died in 2011

From the Flip to Google Health, these tech losers showed promise--just not enough to keep them alive.

In Search of the Tech-Savvy Airport

We set out to learn which airports best serve the tech-toting traveler. Perhaps we underestimated the effort required.

Follow This, Part 2: The Rest of the Tech Year in Tweets

82 more oddball posts inspired by technology news, from our @PCWPluggedIn Twitter feed.

Follow This: The Tech Year in Tweets

62 off-kilter posts inspired by technology news, from our @PCWPluggedIn Twitter feed.

Sony PlayStation Network Breach and Other Tweets of the Week

Is "geek humor" an oxymoron? We don't think so. Here's what @PCWPluggedIn was tweeting about from May 14 to May 20, 2011.

Privacy Lost: The Amazing Benefits of the Completely Examined Life

It's time to stop complaining and start appreciating the advantages of the open-source you.

Is the Single-Function Device Doomed?

If you build a better mousetrap, will the world instead beat a path to the door of the guy who makes a combination leaf blower, weed whacker, vegetable slicer, and mediocre mousetrap?