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Dropbox hit by outage on Friday, denies that it was hacked

The file-sharing service says the Friday outage was caused by issues with routine internal maintenance, and says the group claiming it hacked into Dropbox is a hoax.

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Best of CES Awards: We name the hottest gear in Las Vegas

We've spent the past week in Las Vegas looking at the products unveiled at the annual Consumer Electronics Show. These 10 stand out from the crowd.

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Future Tech 2013: The PCs, tablets and cutting-edge hardware of tomorrow

Tablets that perform like high-end PCs. TVs with gesture control. Big sensors in small cameras. The hardware of tomorrow will blow your mind.

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Cool gadgets and hot tech that will shine at CES 2013

International CES kicks off Sunday in Las Vegas. Here's an early look at some tech trends and hot products to watch for during the massive trade show.

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Five fastest inkjet multifunction printers

These inkjet multifunction printers will finish your many home-office jobs quickly.

Everything old is new again at PMA 2010

At times, the PMA 2010 photography show in Anaheim felt like stepping into a time machine. A lot of the new imaging technology has a decidedly retro slant. Take a look.

Reaction to the Apple iPad

Macworld's Jason Snell and PCWorld's Steve Fox attended the Apple announcement and spent time with the new iPad. In this video, Fox and Snell share their thoughts--one editor was disappointed by the iPad, the other was pleasantly surprised.

CES 2010: Picks and pans

PC World wraps up its coverage of last week's Consumer Electronics Show with a summary of the gear it liked and loathed.

Holiday gift ideas: Do-it-all printers

Picking just the right item over the holidays can be tricky. So sister publication PC World offers some suggestions on great gear, including multifunction printers.

Microsoft stalks super spammers

Microsoft announced Thursday that it has filed a lawsuit against groups that use zombie computers. The software giant took the action after learning through a company experiment that use of infected PCs to thwart spam blockers and pass along immense quantities of junk e-mail is more widespread and disruptive than Microsoft expected.