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Restaurants such as the California-based grilled cheese chain The Melt streamline your dining experience with online ordering, apps, and QR codes.
Cloud-connected printers are everywhere, but how hard is it to collect your paperwork? We went to a private school and Twitter's corporate office to find out.
Visitors to what used to be Buy.com will see changes on the front page this week—including a pronunciation guide for its new name.
The opportunity to upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for just $40 will vanish on Jan. 31. Should you rush out to buy a cheap upgrade license? Maybe. But only after reading this.
Obtaining tech product support and resolving customer service issues can be aggravating. Turn to these sites and tips for faster results.
Unhappy with a gift or other seasonal tech purchase? Here’s our advice for hassle-free returns and exchanges, online and in person.
As a new session of the U.S. Congress convenes in early 2013, don't expect lawmakers to rush out a new version of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) or the Protect IP Act (PIPA).
Stuck without a gift close to Christmas? Never fear: If your relatives like apps, books, movies, musics, or TV shows, there's a very simple solution to this dilemma -- electronic gift certificates.
Apple continues to dominate the world of laptops. When we surveyed our readers, they gave the company the highest scores in almost all of our satisfaction measurements.
Our reader survey indicates that consumers are largely satisfied with their printers, though overall satisfaction levels have declined since 2009.
In our reader survey evaluating desktop satisfaction and reliability, performance was the most critical feature.
Who makes the most reliable computers and gadgets? We asked a small army of PCWorld readers to rate the companies that made their desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets and printers. The results might change your perceptions of which companies to trust.