PC World's Top Stories of 2008: #7-#13
Here at PC World, we see lots and lots of technology products. Some of them we like, some we love, and some we'd be lost without. Find out which products made our list.
Plenty of products out there don't really deserve all the praise they get, while other, more-worthy alternatives seem to fly under the radar. We rounded up the products we're so over (Nintendo Wii, we're talking to you), as well as some others that actually deserve a little hype.
Bye-bye, passwords, and hello, biometrics. By 2010, we'll be using iris or fingerprint scans to log on to Web sites and make purchases, experts say. Find out what other technologies will enter the mainstream--and when we can expect them to arrive.
Ever wonder what happened to the guy who loved Britney Spears so much that he took to YouTube to beg all of us to leave her alone? Well, we found him. Discover what he--and several other Internet "celebrities"--are up to nowadays. Even if you're afraid to find out.
If you use Windows, you've probably thought "Wouldn't it be great if Windows let me..." We've thought the same thing--so often that we decided to make a list. Here are some of the key features we wish we could find in Windows, plus a few tips on how you can add such functionality to your PC now.
These days everybody is looking to save money. And if you're an Xbox 360 owner seeking to upgrade your game console's storage--which will make the console so much more useful--we can help you save $150. That is, if you're willing to do some work.
Whether you've just hit the jackpot or you merely dream of doing so, here are the tech toys to splurge on, from a flying car to a $2000 cell phone. We'll help you burn through that wad of cash in no time.