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Jon, Mark and Gordon discuss whether the end is nigh for Apple, just how much it hurts for the PC to get tossed under the bus by Intel, and strange-but-true: This web page probably took more space than Doom did.
Acer unveiled a new tablet PC, gaming laptop and gaming desktop in New York on Thursday.
The wave of rogue USB-C products that could pose a risk to PCs and mobile devices hasn't gone unnoticed, and the USB Implementers Forum has taken steps to eradicate the issue.
This power strip has a built-in surge protector, 6 rotatable outlets, an extra long 8 foot cord and a USB port for charging portable devices. Currently averages 4.5 out of 5 stars from almost 600 people on Amazon.
This hub/charging station quickly charges various combinations of devices simultaneously.
The Back-UPS BR1500G offers guaranteed battery backup and surge protection for high performance computer systems, networks, external storage devices, game consoles and other electronics, and is currently offered at a 48% discount.
This adaptor is 45% off and will connect Mini DisplayPort / Thunderbolt enabled devices to HDMI, DVI or displays.
Gordon, Melissa, and Jon discuss the topics that got PCWorld fired up this week (and two of them just couldn't resist trolling Apple).
Jon, Gordon and Mark discuss Opera's snazzy ad blocking capabilities.
Would you give up some performance on your 15-inch laptop for a little less weight and heft? HP thinks you will with its new Spectre X360 15.
Here's proof you can now get desktop-class performance in a laptop. This MSI GT72S packs all the power of a desktop GeForce GTX 980 inside.
Dell's XPS 15 9550 Touch laptop wins kudos from Computerworld Editor in Chief Scot Finnie. And what about those reports that Apple's iPhone may soon get wireless charging capabilities?
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.
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.
The Vaio Z turns the 2-in-1 concept on its head, and the Vaio S practically begs to be bent.
Microsoft re-engineers the Surface Pro 4 tablet for performance, adding a new Intel Skylake processor, an improved Type Cover, and even a better Surface Dock.
Crack open Apple's classic tower and behold the attention to detail.
It was the golden age of personal computers. The hardware was massive—as was the impact on the computing industry.
Take a trip through Mac memory lane with this small collection of photos.
Apple does details better than anyone, and the TAM is no exception.
It doesn't fit into any product line, only a few thousand were made, and nothing like it would ever be made again. Let's take a look at what made the TAM such a head-scratcher.
We've come so far.
Apple's iMac (27-inch) 3TB Hard Drive Replacement Program allows iMac owners to get a new 3TB hard drive
There are easier ways to focus.
From its compact size to its 1-bit black and white display, the Mac Classic's adorable form factor is one to be celebrated.
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