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Microsoft completes its boldest, but riskiest version of Windows, and releases it to PC builders.
If you're a lucky resident in one of eight select states, you'll have a chance to buy laptops, printers, software, and more in August without paying any taxes. Here are the details.
Microsoft on Monday announced new keyboards and mice optimized for tablets and laptops running the Windows 8 operating system.
PCWorld editors discuss the the Microsoft Office 2013 Launch Event, Windows ship dates, building a photography PC and new games.
A presentation at the Black Hat security conference featured an in-depth view into the security architecture for iOS, the basis of iPhones and iPad tablets.
Developers are now required to provide Retina-ready 1024-by-1024 icons when submitting an app to Apple's Mac App Store.
Raspberry Pi gets its first optimized OS release--called Raspbian--which much faster web browsing.
Have you noticed that it's just not so cool to be in the PC business these days? Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell, said this week that the "new Dell" really isn't in the PC business anymore.
Gartner's research suggests only Apple is increasing its market share in the PC market, but other trend-watchers say all worldwide shipments are down.
Deals are already appearing, so it's not too soon to shop around for laptops, tablets, accessories and the seasonal Apple back-to-school special. Here's an overview.
Advanced network management and visibility tools are thought to be important to future IT deployments, as cloud computing, BYOD and other factors fuel an increase in the complexity and load size that business networks must handle.
With Windows 8 expected in a matter of months and new tablets arriving, even ultrabooks aren't enticing enough to loosen pocketbooks.
While hardware and components makers face economic hurdles, the picture for software is getting brighter, according to earnings reports from major vendors and...