Don't-Miss Hardware Stories
Take a walk on tech's wild side with some of the strangest, most original, and most bizarre gadgets you've ever seen. We've got vacuums for your lawn, swimwear that can charge your iPod, and grenades that don't explode but still go boom.
The new ThinkPad Edge marks the first significant change to the look and feel of the line in years, but thankfully, it retains almost everything you love about these business laptops.
Creative’s new themed headset is one of the best gaming headsets we’ve ever used.
We've made our list of the season's top hardware and software products for gamers. So check it twice, pick your favorite, and put a bow on it.
Our ratings give readers a quick assessment of a product's overall quality, performance, features, and design.
Nowadays, everybody seems eager to make an Apple product. These prototypes from independent designers may never appear on shelves at the Apple Store, but they include lots of innovative ideas.
How's Microsoft's next Xbox 360 LIVE social networking update handle? We take the preview version for a spin to find out.
PC World's "Uncle" Robert is a funny guy, but he takes a serious look at some of Window's 7's new system management and security tools.
Microsoft games-on-demand and Netflix UI tweaks for the Xbox 360 are ready and will be launched on August 11.