Yardena ArarMacworld

Contributing Editor Yardena (Denny) Arar is a San Francisco-based freelance writer, avid online shopper, media junkie, consummate foodie, and proud possessor of a private pilot's license.

Cisco FlipShare TV

Cisco's FlipShare TV lets you watch your Flip videos--and those of your friends--on your TV, but works best with local videos rather than those streaming over the Internet.

Vizio VL470M

The Vizio VL470M is a handsome HDTV with superior image quality and tons of customizability options.

Vizio VT420M

The VT420M is one of Vizio's more expensive 42-inch, 1080p, 120Hz LCD HDTVs, but it's still a moderately priced set for its class.

Clarion ClarionMind NR1U

GPS device requires you to provide Internet connectivity.

Looking to buy an HDTV for the holidays? Now's a good time

If an HDTV--for yourself or for some lucky gift recipient--is on your holiday shopping list, you're in luck, thanks to attractive pricing.

Vizio SV420M

The Vizio SV420M 42-inch HDTV offers lots of customization options and average video quality, at a midrange price.

Panasonic Viera TC-P46S1

The Panasonic TC-P46S1 would be a bargain 46-inch plasma HDTV if its image quality weren't so disappointing.

Vizio VO420E

The no-frills Vizio VO420E 42-inch HDTV is attractively priced, but you'll have to settle for subpar image quality and mediocre audio.

Insignia NS-L42X-10A

The Insignia NS-L42X-10A 42-inch HDTV has lots of features and a temptingly low price, but also poor image and audio quality.

LG Electronics 42LH50

The LG 42LH50 42-inch HDTV provides great connected features, above-average image quality, and good looks for a moderate price.

Sony Ericsson, Samsung battle for megapixel supremacy

Companies are packing 8- and 12-megapixel cameras into their latest cell phone models.

Six common HDTV showroom pitfalls

When buying an HDTV, pay attention to the details to get the best set for your money.

iPhone 3G’s mediocre battery life still beats rivals

PC World puts the iPhone 3G’s battery life to the test and finds out that, while it’s a tumble from the performance turned in by the original iPhone, it’s better than other 3G smart phones tested.

iPhone 1.0: Sell it while it's hot

On the eve of the iPhone 3G launch, demand is high for original iPHones on auction sites like eBay. But those prices are likely to fall, as iPhone owners upgrade to the latest version of the smartphone and look to unload the older model.

Apple’s $199 iPhone: How can it be so cheap?

A combination of lower component costs, cheaper materials, and changing business models is behind the drastic price cut for Apple’s new 3G iPhone.