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The Top 8 Future-Tech Stories of 2010

What will the future bring? We got a taste of what's to come in 2010. Join PCWorld's GeekTech blog as we take a look back at some of the hottest new tech of the past year.

Kodak, NEC Announce Cross-license Agreement

Imaging vendor Eastman Kodak said Monday that it has formed a license agreement with NEC that will allow each company to access the other's patent portfolio.


Gifts for Media Lovers

Two weeks ago, Ben Long and I talked about holiday gifts for photographers. Today Macworld senior editor Dan Frakes and I discuss gifts for the media mavens in...


The 12 Days of Geekmas

What do you get when you mix a traditional Christmas carol with geekdom? This incredible holiday gift wish.

Gear Guide: For Mac Users

Shopping for someone who owns a Mac this year? We've got a few suggestions, from laptop decals to a smartpen that records audio

Kinect Sex: Coming Soon to a Console Near You?

Hackers are already looking at ways to use Microsoft's Kinect for sexual purposes. Oh, come on -- are you really that surprised?

The Beatles, Cisco's Tablet, Netflix, and More

On World Tech Update this week the Beatles and Apple finally come together, a voice and data satellite launches, Walmart sells a cheap laptop, Cisco's Cius tablet gets a launch date, NEC shows of the LifeTouch, Kinect hits a milestone, Netflix plans to stream to Android and we build another PC.


Need a New Touchpad? Just Put Pencil to Paper

Forget the Magic Trackpad--one do-it-yourselfer made a trackpad out of paper and pencil. And yes, it actually works.


New Input Devices Save Energy, Space

The creative juices of designers are now flowing into mice and keyboards that are becoming sleeker, smaller and more power-efficient. Microsoft and Logitech have...

12 Android Apps to Replace Your Other Gadgets

Need a compass, a flashlight, a voice recorder, or a TV remote? Look no further than your Android phone, augmented with these cool app downloads.


Move a Mouse Cursor With Your Brain

Researchers at UCLA and Caltech looking into how we control individual neurons in our brains have developed a way for patients who've had electrodes implanted in their skulls to control a computer mouse.


HP Tablet News, Celebs Try Microsoft's Kinect, and More

HP puts the Slate 500 on sale, OLPC delays its tablet debut, Sony stops selling its Walkman in Japan, YouTube plans the next Symphony Orchestra, celebrities try out Microsoft Kinect, and Foursquare offers a tough-to-get badge.

Motorola Releases Mobile Device Management Software

Motorola has launched a device-management software platform aimed at IT managers that works with a variety of brands, but excludes Research In Motion devices...