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GPS, electronic compasses, and new software will soon let our phones show us around town.
The $2.25 billion casual gaming industry is on the brink of explosive success. How can you join the game?
True or false, the information people find about you on the Web can have a big impact on your life. Here are five techniques to make sure that what people read about you is good (or at least true).
With a USB keychain drive and a little forethought, you can carry a personalized computer everywhere and leave your laptop at home.
Two terrific desktop calendars and three practical Web sites, plus an observation test and a new twist on the Ginsu knife.
Say good-bye to annoying red (and yellow) Windows warnings, stop USB device problems, replace your Clipboard, and Webify your mail.
Mobile technology is changing the way consumers search for answers.
You don't have to be a Photoshop expert to take great pictures--but you should know this handful of common editing techniques.
TurboTax is our top online tax service choice, but the competition isn't far behind.
The Easy WebContent editing service lives up to its name.
Even the most fervent PC enthusiast has to admit that Apple is on a roll. Riding on the coattails of the iPod's dominance and the iPhone's cachet, sales of the company's Macintosh personal computers are rising.
Apple has doubled the capacity of both its iPhone and iPod Touch allowing new customers to spend $100 more and get twice the storage for music, movies, pictures, and podcasts than available with previous models.
Almost daily, headlines proclaim how businesses are cutting costs and improving productivity by using Linux-based, open-source software.
There's lots more you can do with your wireless network than just surf the Web and transfer files.
Make "reduce, reuse, recycle" a breeze with new gadgets and technology tips for your home, your gear, and the rest of your life.
Don't give up on the biggest auction marketplace because of fears of fraud. Here's how to buy and sell without a hitch.
Google is synonymous with searching the Web, but search isn't the company's sole focus.
Web-based services can help you get a handle on your personal finances. Here are three worth looking at.
Dead Net connection? Use the power of the Windows command prompt to get back online fast.
Facebook can repair the damage caused by the controversy around its Beacon ad system if the company follows basic social etiquette.
How to make the switch back and deal with the gnarly problem of transferring your Vista e-mail, contacts, and user data back to the old standby operating system.
Windows Home Server lets you store and stream media files, create backups, and connect remotely via the Web. Plus, it's great on older PCs.
We check out eight products, from the popular to the relatively unknown. They can't protect you from everything, but some come close.
Which companies can you trust? We asked 60,000 PC World readers--and they told us about their experiences with PCs, printers, cameras, routers, and more.
BitDefender was an excellent performer among security suites, but it's best for experts who don't need guidance regarding security extras and pop-up alerts and who don't mind therough interface.
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