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Dirt and grime are no match for your cleaning skills.
PCWorld's Gordon Mah Ung, Florence Ion and Jon Phillips discuss the significance of the new Windows Phone release from VAIO.
Microsoft is buying SwiftKey, the developer of a popular software keyboard for Android and iOS phones -- even though it already has its own software keyboard, Word Flow.
In this week's episode of the PCWorld Show, we ponder why PCs are killing tablets, why Microsoft would buy SwiftKey, why anyone would make a new Windows phone, and why we love (or hate) USB-C.
The 'Smart Suggestions' service now works with 30 different languages, enabling more users to quickly add new events.
Welcome to the first installment of PCWorld's first long-form video show! Florence Ion, Gordon Mah Ung and Jon Phillips discuss, analyze and goof on the most interesting news of the week.
A new feature in the Starbucks app lets customers find and save the music they hear in more than 7,500 stores via Spotify.
Cupertino was quick to shut down a ridiculous rumor that it was creating a tool to help iPhone users switch to Android.
A little arm above your TV tracks your fingers and uses that to approximate touch input.
If at first you don't succeed, try an un-pivot. That's Jelly co-founder Biz Stone's approach in the hopes his team can rejuvenate the Q&A service.
Asus's Router app for Android and iOS is one network management utility you can actually get excited about.
The "perfect selfie" mode ensures that every photo of yourself you take is enhanced to make you look great.
LeTV's new phone is the first to market with Qualcomm's new high-end chip, fingerprint sensor, and 802.11ad Wi-Fi.
Huawei’s big CES reveals included a big high-end 10-inch tablet, a blinged-out smartwatch with Swarovski crystals, and the Mate 8 phone (which isn’t coming to the U.S. anytime soon).
Android has the market share, and Google knows web services. But Apple shines at integration and great software experiences, and it's time to bring that magic to the Google Play Store.
The holidays are stressful enough. Use your Chromecast to bring a little Christmas cheer.
According to Nielsen, Facebook and Google rule the mobile world, and Apple Music is more popular than we thought.
Messenger will attempt to recognize the people in a picture you want to share and suggest who to send it to.
The new reading mode is especially helpful on a smartphone screen, as it eliminates the clutter so you can focus on writing.
While Android Pay replaced Wallet for retail payments, Wallet still has some life left as a possible PayPal competitor.
You're now able to find files by file owner, email address, and take advantage of tools specific to each mobile platform.
Self-driving cars. Google Photos. A brand new Alphabet. What’s a win and what’s a fail? Jon Phillips breaks down Google’s biggest happenings of 2015.
In the U.S., this includes YouTube Red, making it a very compelling offer.
The Pixel C has beautiful industrial design, a gorgeous screen, killer components, and a clever hardware keyboard that attaches with magnets. But Google’s pure Android tablet still has work ahead as a productivity machine.
Mark Hachman discovered that the open box tablet he purchased still was keyed to a prior account. Don't make the same mistake.
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