Technology announced this week at CES breathes new life Into the desktop PC.
New chips from Intel and AMD are popping up in CES notebooks, but the eye candy factor for these laptops lags behind.
VIA brings its first dual-core chip to the market. Although it's easily outflanked by Intel and AMD offerings, business users may find much to admire in the Nano X2.
Low-power E-Series and C-Series chips combine CPU and GPU to power thin and light laptops and netbooks.
AMD’s latest graphics cards don’t take the speed crown, but they do offer a terrific combination of performance, price, features, and power efficiency.
If the discussions about laptops I have with friends and coworkers are any indication, the “right laptop” simply doesn’t exist yet.
The founder of chipmaker ARM declares that the desktop computing era is over and the mobile revolution is coming.
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.
Macworld editorial director Jason Snell joins us to talk about the new MacBook Air, and we check out the latest GPUs from AMD and Nvidia.