The EOS Digital Rebel will replace the Digital Rebel XTi, when the 10.1-megapixel camera ships later this summer.
With the new Acrobat 9, Adobe adds features that elevate Acrobat to a potential must-have application for business and individuals alike. PC World takes a first look.
A first look at Roku's $100 Netflix Player hardware, which lets you stream Netflix movies over the Internet to your TV.
LG and Philips will be showing off some of the first digital-to-analog converter boxes at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
PC World's Melissa J. Perenson looks at the newly released Kindle e-book reader from Amazon and reports on what works and what doesn't.
AT&T has introduced two flat-rate data plans for iPhone users who travel internationally.
PC World talks to Paramount executive vice president and chief technology officer Alan Bell about the movie studio's decision to align itself exclusively with the HD DVD high-definition format.
Paramount and Dreamworks will drop support for Sony's Blu-ray format to exclusively support HD DVD.
Nearly 90 percent of the iPhone owners who responded to a PC World survey rated themselves as very or extremely satisfied with their new mobile phone.
Organizers of this weekend's iPhone Developers Camp in San Francisco hope to have Web-based applications for the phone ready to download by Sunday.
One year after the first 750GB hard drive debuted, Western Digital joins Seagate and Hitachi with its own 750GB offering.
Changes to Blu-Ray Disc players may make some people nervous about the new HD disk format, but the experts say not to worry.
Seagate's gargantuan Barracuda 7200.10 750GB drive offers record-high storage capacity, leading the 7,200-rpm pack in overal performance.
If you can live without changing lenses, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-R1 makes a versatile alternative to an SLR—albeit at an SLR price. You’ll get great image quality and wide-angle capability.
Content is king. This long-held observation has often been cited by those who believe content availability could tip the scales in a format war. The most recent spate of content-related announcements from backers of Blu-ray Disc and HD-DVD — the formats competing for the throne currently occupied by DVD — appear to shift the balance between the two camps — at least, for the moment.