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The Best Tech Holiday Gifts Under $200

If you have two Benjamins to spend on holiday gear for a loved one (or even yourself), you have a range of choices--including robots, kooky Japanese watches, great graphics boards, brightly colored USB 3.0 storage, and more.

It's the Great Pumpkin PC, Charlie Brown!

Can you really put a fully functioning PC inside a jack-o'-lantern? We may be out of our gourds, but we did it.

A Wire-Free Way to Dock Your Notebook

Altona's KVM switch lets you connect to your notebook via UWB and provides a USB adapter for your PC.

Storage and Useful Gadgets: Best of 2010

Our picks for serious storage--like the 3TB Western Digital MyBook Essential and the Iomega eGo SuperSpeed USB 3.0--mix here with innovative mice such as the Microsoft Arc Touch, and easy networking in the form of Cisco's M20 Valet Plus.

Best HD Webcams for the Holidays

Improve your video-chat quality this holiday season by upgrading to high definition. Here are PCWorld's recommendations for the year's top Webcams.


Apple Releases iLife '11

Apple released iLife ’11 at its Back to the Mac event in Cupertino, demoing three of the suite’s updated applications—iPhoto, iMovie, and Garageband.


Tech Thinks Pink: Colorful Gadget Sales Support Breast Cancer Research

Tuck some gear away now for the holidays for the pastel lover in your life and contribute to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure at the same time.

Vampire Hunters: Devices Reduce Energy Waste

Specially designed surge protectors and gadget chargers promise to help cut your power consumption.


Microsoft vs. Mac Redux: New Site Reignites Rivalry

As more and more students consider buying Apple computers, Microsoft launches a new site trying to win them back to Windows.


Deals of the Week

This week's deals are full of savings on home entertainment devices, including an HDTV and a Blu-ray burner.


What Is Microsoft's New Mystery Product?

Microsoft is teasing some sort of new top-secret touch-oriented product. Can you figure out what it is?


4 Reasons Apple's Magic Trackpad Won't Kill the Mouse

Is Apple trying to kill the computer mouse with its Magic Trackpad? Maybe, but here are four reasons why the mouse is here for the long haul.


iPads Expected to Squash Netbooks by 2012

Apple jumped into the top five portable PC vendors with its iPad, which took 6% of the market last quarter, analysts say.