There's a perfect camera for each person on your holiday list, whether they're an experienced photographer in need of an upgrade, or a new shooter hoping to get their feet wet. Pick from this list of DSLRs, compact interchangeable-lens cameras, advanced point-and-shoots, and megazooms.
PC World rounds up the HDTV makers who've got 3D news at this year's CES trade show.
The International Consumer Electronics Show kicks off later this week in Las Vegas. PC World's editorial team previews what to expect in everything from storage to digital photo to mobile phones.
Planning on watching the big game this Sunday? These nine HDTVs evaluated by PC World’s Test Center are generally fast enough to keep up with the football action on your screen.
Palm is set to preview this week its latest incarnation of mobile operating system in a bid to re-ignite the company.
Lost, Desperate Housewives, and ESPN content will go online at Veoh.com as part of a syndication deal between Veoh and the Disney-owned TV networks.
PC World’s Edward N. Albro highlights four new features to get excited about in the forthcoming release of Mozilla’s browser.
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 tells you what to do when you're ready to buy a high-definition television set.
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.
PC World's Eric Dahl looks at how the latest Zune media player from Microsoft compares to the iPod classic.
AT&T has introduced two flat-rate data plans for iPhone users who travel internationally.
PC World editor-in-chief Harry McCracken shares a few random thoughts about the latest iPods in the wake of last week's product unveilings.
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.
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