The holidays are just around the corner, and gaming console makers hope to make 2009 a record-setting year.
Verizon has reportedly ditched plans to offer the Palm Pre early next year.
Is Netflix on the brink of a major data breach with its latest contest? Ian Paul of PC World tackles questions swirling around the Netflix Prize 2.
The launch of Sidewiki, a comment system that lets Google Toolbar users discuss any Web page in a browser's sidebar, has provoked another content ownership debate. PC World's Ian Paul weighs in.
Performing arts groups including the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers and Broadcast Music Inc. believe retailers like Apple need to pay royalties on the 30-second song samples in iTunes. Ian Paul of PC World breaks down the argument.
Twitter users will soon be able to make short phone calls for free directly through the micro-blogging service. JaJah, an Internet telephony company that allows...
Features like Bing's Visual Search and Google Fast Flip are supposed to be improving the traditional search engine. Searching with images is meant to help us find what we want faster. But Ian Paul of PC World thinks these tools are doing more harm than good.
Some lucky iPhone owners are reporting that multimedia messaging has started working on their iPhones ahead of AT&T's scheduled September 25 roll-out date.
Your favorite newspapers may soon be charging for online content with help from an unlikely source: Google.
Bad news, Palm Pre owners: it looks like Apple has broken the Pre's iTunes syncing ability once again.
Could Wednesday finally be the day that the Beatles arrive on Apple's iTunes Store? Ian Paul of PC World recounts the complicated history between the band and the computer maker.
Palm-watchers suggest the phone will sell for $150 after a mail-in rebate from Tuesday until October 31.
Tuesday's Gmail outage was not only an inconvenience. It calls into question -- yet again -- the feasibility of present day cloud computing.
Looking for alternatives to Microsoft Office? Here are nine office productivity application suites you can run inside a Web browser.
Sony is expected to announce today that its line of e-readers will support the open ePub standard by the end of the year.