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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 Tech Products 2010: Full List, 1-100

PCWorld scanned the entire universe of technology this year--HDTVs, phones, tablets, PCs, e-book readers, storage, software, services, apps, digital cameras, camcorders, printers, and more--and picked the 100 best. Here's how we ranked them.

What Are the Best Products of 2010? You Tell Us!

Use our Facebook app and tell us what you think are the top five products for 2010.

Wristband Computing Is Closer Than You Think

U.S. Army tests prototype OLED display for use in the field.


Make Your Own Multitouch Globe

DIY schematics let you hold the whole World in your hands (sort of).


Tech Industry Is Lousy With Lawsuits: Infographic

Lawsuits are as common as laptops when it comes to the telecommunications industry.


New Display Tech Draws Almost No Power

Researchers develop a new display that promises excellent readability in bright sunlight, high-contrast color, and massively reduced power consumption.


Qualcomm's Mirasol Display, Up Close and Personal [Updated]

Get a closer look at Qualcomm's Mirasol display technology, which should make its way into products next year.


New Gateway LED Displays Get Gorgeous With Sleek Designs

Gateway has introduced a trio of high-definition monitors with modern designs and low power consumption. But will these slim new displays deliver?


Hide Your Wallet, Call of Duty: Black Ops Gets 3D Support

Activision says upcoming first-person shooter will support 3D, if you're willing to drop thousands on a corresponding 3D-enabled TV.


New Tech Goes Beyond Megapixel Displays Using Multiple Projectors

A new projector-based technology could make using multiple monitors more useful and more practical by eliminating the annoying bezels between panes.


Five Ways Google TV Can Kill Apple TV

Google could benefit both businesses and consumers after learning lessons from the disappointing Apple TV.

The Most Dangerous Jobs in Technology

For most desk-bound IT workers, the workplace is relatively tame. Others who earn a living in the technology realm, however, confront danger on a regular basis.

Deals of the Week

Check out these deals on an LCD TV, a compact digital camera, a 1-terabyte drive, a netbook, and an Xbox 360 bundle.


Rentals Take the Sting Out of Getting the Latest Gear

Why shell out big bucks on tech when you can rent or borrow? Web-enabled renting services can save you cash and cut down clutter in your home or office.