Don't-Miss Hardware Stories
Dell is bypassing Intel's new Broadwell processors on some laptops, with Skylake attracting its attention.
These aren't the thinnest or widest or whatever, but they are the solid, mainstream systems that most normal people buy, and they've all been upgraded this year.
Can a pint-sized NUC PC run what it used to take a dual processor, Core 2 Extreme system with 8 cores to do? Yes, except the NUC actually does it better.
Now in its third iteration, Intel's NUC line gets a Broadwell U refresh that makes it as fast in some chores as a $5,000 PC from 2008. The real shocker though is Intel's new Compute Stick. A full featured quad-core PC that is only slightly bigger than a USB thumb drive.
MSI's GS30 Game Dock lets you run a powerful GPU by simply docking your laptop to it.
Lenovo's Vibe X2 Pro has a 5.3-inch screen and two 13-megapixel cameras,
Tablets and laptops and all-in-ones, oh my!
Nine months after we snuck an unauthorized hands-on with the Asus T300, this tablet/laptop hybrid line is finally ready for prime time.
Is this the start of Steam Machines Round Two? We wouldn't be surprised.
The Ativ One 7 Curved and its special display will start at $1,299. The company also announced several laptops on Tuesday.
Looking for a last-minute gift that doesn't need to get there before Christmas? HP recently introduced a touch-enabled Chromebook that might do the trick.
It was a great year for gaming hardware. We pick our tested favorites, from mice to GPUs to full-blown PCs.
Laptops and desktops will be interactive, get 3D depth-sensing cameras and be free of wires
Thanks, Dad? Mark Dean, who helped created the original IBM PC, predicted his creation's death three years ago. PCWorld checks back to see how he feels about it now.
The computer is the last remaining unit to be sold by Jobs out of his family’s garage—and it still works.
A hoverboard. A virtual reality headset. A PC with a drawing board and 3D imaging capabilities. Believe it or not, all these things are real today. See them for yourself right here.