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Canon's New PowerShots Get New Names, New Sensors

Four new Canon cameras have HS System sensors and image processors, ranging from a pocket zoom with manual controls to a $200 compact shooter.

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New Panasonic Lumix Cameras: 3D, GPS, and Ghost-Free Photos

Four new point-and-shoot Panasonic cameras serve up such features as 3D shooting, 1080p video, a 16X optical zoom lens, and extensive GPS capabilities.

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Smartphone Gloves Let You Use Touchscreens in Snow Zones

Unable to answer your phone or use your tablet while outdoors this winter because you can't get your gloves off fast enough? Pick up a pair of these touchscreen-compatible gloves and put your tech to work despite the cold.

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Will Touchscreens Kill the Keyboard?

Typing more than a few sentences on the virtual keyboard of an iPad or other tablet is a pain in the neck. That experience is about to get a whole lot better.

Will Touchscreens Kill the Keyboard?

Thanks to a handful of emerging technologies, virtual touchscreen keyboards are getting closer to the feel of real electromechanical keyboards.

Sony Updates VAIO L Series Touch HD PC/TV

Sony's latest L Series touchscreen all-in-one PC combines HDTV, Blu-ray, and Internet into one easy-to-use machine.

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Amazing Holiday Digital Camera Deals

Whether you're looking for an easy-to-use point-and-shoot camera or a high-end DSLR, we can help you find the best camera at the best price.

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Holiday Tech Wish Lists On PCWorld Podcast #101

What do PCWorld editors want for Christmas? Listen in to find out. (It's not too late to buy us gifts!)

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Great Simple Cameras for the Holidays

Cameras make for a fun, practical holiday gift--especially these basic and ruggedized point-and-shoots, pocket megazooms, and touchscreen cameras.

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX9: Feature-Loaded Touchscreen Camera

The sleek, stylish, touchscreen-controlled TX9 offers very good overall performance and fun-to-use modes, but images tend to look soft.

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