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When it comes to YouTube-friendly pocket camcorders, the Mino is king, but for a price.
This stylish ultraportable Air competitor steps out of the ThinkPad's shadow.
Get re-Bourne in a video game, enjoy some free online espionage, and check out sneaky gadgets to play gumshoe--or to avoid prying eyes during the work day.
Mergers and acquisitions news including Verizon Wireless' bid for Alltel helped stir IT investor interest this week.
Authorities in Cambridge, Massachusetts, are launching free Wi-Fi access in Harvard Square, home to Harvard University.
From 1984 to the famous manila folder, Apple's TV ads have been ripe targets for satirists and rival companies. Here are 10 of the best take-offs.
This free application is a must-have for anyone who lives in Outlook.
This reasonably priced, full-featured LCD monitor has good physical adjustments and offers great image quality.
The WMS 200 Video wirelessly delivers presentations and video clips, but its documentation and its Windows Vista support are lacking.
Attractive industrial design doesn�t make up for this model�s lack of basic features.
New versions of two of the world�s biggest Linux distributions have hit the street. How do they match up?
Quickly activate your screen saver to protect your work from prying eyes.
The free beta version of Acrobat.com provides a good mix of services to help businesses share and collaborate on documents, with chat and conferencing features as well.
Copy files that are in use with this clever utility.
This year's tech gems--as picked by PC World editors and readers--will leave you more productive, connected, and entertained.
Buying a new computer is no small task. Making the right choice requires more than just knowing how fast a CPU you need or how big a hard drive you want--you need to have a good idea of how you'll use your new rig. Let PC World's experts break the details down for you.
Worried about someone getting access to your most private files? With this freebie, you'll worry no more.
Without the imagination and hard work of these fifty innovators, technologies you use every day might never have been invented.
This CD/DVD burning program is effective, but it's limited to basic tasks.