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Taiwan Researchers Design Webcam Antenna for Fast Scans

A pair of Taiwan researchers have designed what they believe to be the first webcam-equipped antenna that can be unfolded from a laptop PC for quick scans of...

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.

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Five Fastest Inkjet Multifunction Printers

These inkjet multifunction printers will finish your many home-office jobs quickly.

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.

Scan Images Wirelessly With Preview

Flatbed scanning is a lot easier than it used to be. The combination of all-in-one hardware devices with wireless capabilities, and under-the-hood improvements...

12 Top Spy Gadgets

From power strips that spy on you, to ballpoint pens that double as document scanners, here are 12 snoopy gadgets that capture voice, video, or data, and can track you down surreptitiously.

Archive Project Will Digitize WWII Enigma Messages

HP has donated some of its latest scanning equipment to help preserve archived material at Britain's WWII code-cracking facility at Bletchley Park.

High-Speed Scanner Reads 200 Pages per Minute

The University of Tokyo developed a scanner that can handle curved pages and read 200 pages in around a minute. No, that isn't a typo.

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Printers and Scanners of Tomorrow (and Beyond)

Four ultra-futuristic printers and scanners hint of the possibilities of future tech.