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The software giant recognizes its challenges in phones, tablets, and luring developers to write apps for its platforms.
Delays are plaguing Google's Nexus 7 tablet with 16GB of storage as some stores have stopped taking orders or delayed shipments of the product.
Two programs–one public (PreCheck), one private (CLEAR)–will let you get through security faster, but neither is free, and availability is limited.
Officially, the only option we have to watch the Olympic Games is via NBC's family of networks and websites. But just because NBC paid top dollar for broadcast exclusivity doesn't mean you don't have other options.
Online resources can help make both choosing a college and getting aid to pay for it a lot easier. Here are seven good sites for such information.
Morphine's concept is solid and interesting, and could work well as a system-wide utility that tracks all browsers and is more difficult to circumvent.
A reader asks On Your Side for help in resolving disputed charges from T-Mobile. Plus: A tardy rebate finally comes through.
The 2012 PCWorld Media Usage Survey is here, and we'd love for you to participate.
A new number cruncher pops up when calculations are performed in the Google search box.
Apple's newest iteration of its OS has some great features we'd like to see in Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8. Here's our list.
The official London Olympics website, london2012.com, has been found to be the worst performer in a number of online tests.
This utility for downloading and converting videos from YouTube and other sites doesn't always handle the task as well as other available offerings.
Replacing the 30-pin dock connector now used in iOS devices with a 19-pin connector would be handy and a headache for accessories.
The new compact interchangeable-lens camera has an APS-C sensor, but it lacks the heft of the Canon’s full-blown digital SLRs.