PCWorld is happy to announce you can get 12 monthly issues of our digital magazine for $9.99. That's 50 percent off the cover price, and we have the same discount for our 24-month subscription, too.
Consider it PCWorld's version of an advent calendar. For 12 straight days, our Hack the Holidays spectacular will reveal "unwrapping" videos of tech products and nerd gear that our editors most want to give friends and family.
The PCWorld Software Store is offering Windows 10 Pro for $69.99. That's 65 percent off the retail price, and provides a free upgrade path to Windows 11.
PCWorld has two job openings: Staff Writer and Associate Editor. That's right, we’ll actually pay you to play with PC hardware and software. Here's how to apply.
An exclusive offer for PCWorld readers: For a limited time, you can get AVG's all-inclusive security suite for $29.99, a gigantic reduction from the $239.99 retail price.
The Adonit PhotoGrip Qi can wirelessly charge both Android and iPhones, and comes with a Bluetooth shutter button and tripod to level up your smartphone photography game. It's now $48, its lowest price ever on Amazon.
No, it's not technically a deal at $350. But at a time when so many monitors are sold out, this 32-inch. 4K Philips display has really caught our attention. It's in stock and ships within a week.
We love the 65t, giving them 4.5 stars out of 5. And now at $100, they're at an all-time low on Amazon, and 41% less than list price.
Google first Pixel earbuds were, well, pretty underwhelming. Coming in early 2020 for $179, the updated model will feature a true wireless design, and promise a better experience overall.
The Galaxy Fold is poised to rock the world with a totally new take on premium smartphones. But how much do we really know about this clever foldy phone?
Android isn't a productivity platform, but on the Tab S4, Samsung's DeX gives us the best of Android in a very Windows-like experience.
It's Amazon's national holiday, so of course the retail giant is pushing big savings for Echo smart speakers, Kindle E-readers, Fire tablets, and even Ring video doorbells.
Amazon saves some of its best Prime Day savings for its own devices, with Kindle E-readers and Fire tablets getting discounts between 23% and 40%.