Computing Center Sitemap - Page 32 2013-07-16

'Minority Report' Meets Kinect Thanks to MIT


All I Want for Geekmas: Alex Wawro's Nerdy Gift Picks


Samsung Nexus S First Impressions (Video!)


Printing From the Cloud Edges Closer to Reality


Is Mobile Broadband Ready for Chrome OS?


Star Trek-Style Bedroom Doors: The Ultimate in Home Improvement


Plasma vs. LCD: The State of the HDTV


All I Want for Geekmas: Armando's Letter to Santa


Intel's Mobile Foray Is Too Little, Too Late


Rogue Websites Exploit Flaw to Track Your Web History


WD TV Live Hub: The Best of Both Personal and Web Streaming


Improve Firefox Performance by Clearing the Downloads List
If Firefox is acting sluggish when you download files, try clearing the Download queue. It might just solve the problem.

Nook Color Froyo Hack Is Mind-Blowing--Literally


Hermetic Word Frequency Counter Advanced Eases Programming Tasks


Snag Deals with These Android Shopping Apps


WiFi File Explorer


Comcast Releases Free App for Android Phones


Casual, Unusual 'But What Was Yesterday' Wins Design Contest


eSports Update: GSL 3 Round of 8, Code S Rankings


Verizon iPhone a Reality Check for Android and AT&T


A $1.9 Million Stolen Violin? There's No App for That


iPad 2 Rumored for April so Should you Wait?


World of Patchcraft: Hotfixes For Cataclysm Detailed


Android Users Hungriest for Mobile Data, Study Says


Why Nokia Is in Deep Trouble With MeeGo


WikiLeaks: A Case Study in Web Survivability


Working Tron Lightcycle Can Now Be Yours, for a Price


The Chrome OS Notebook's Revolutionary Feature: No Caps Lock


Insignia NS-WBRDVD2: Middling Performance From an Inexpensive Blu-ray Player


Samsung BD-C6500: Great Image Quality, a Few Design Quirks


Apple's Biggest 5 Blunders of 2010


LG BD590: A Pricey Blu-ray Disc Player With a Very Large Internal Hard Drive


Panasonic DMP-BD65P: Media Streaming at a Reasonable Price


Wikileaks and Top Tech Stories of 2010 on PCWorld Podcast #100


Windows Explorer Tips: Select Files, Show Extensions, Rename Setup Files


Nvidia GeForce GTX 570: Power in Spades, and the Price is Right


Blogger-droid


Reinstall Windows Without Losing Your Data


Windows Explorer Explained: How to Show File Extensions
Although some Explorer views eliminate the need to reveal file extensions, the options is there if you want it.

Take Control of Outlook E-Mail With NEO Pro


Samsung BD-C7900: 3D Blu-ray Player Shows First-Rate Images


Sharp BD-HP90U: Beautiful Blu-ray Images, but Flawed Design


Toshiba BDX2700: A Connected Blu-ray Player, at an Appealing Price


Boxee Box by D-Link: Media Streaming With Style


Operation Payback: WikiLeaks Avenged by Hacktivists


Consumer Reports AT&T Slam Points Squarely Toward Verizon iPhone


Google Nexus S vs Apple iPhone 4: Fight!


World of Warcraft Cataclysm Launch Smooth So Far


Civilization IV Music Nominated for 2010 Grammy


Google Demos Motorola Tablet Running Android 3.0


Amazon Responds to Google eBookstore with Kindle for the Web


iD Software's John Carmack: iOS vs. Android


Humble Wood Stove Makes an Interesting PC Case


Google Maps Update Deals Another Blow to GPS


Apple's Mac App Store Will Have Limited Success


Chrome OS Notebooks Coming Mid-2011, Pilot Program Now


Will Verizon Pay to Keep the iPhone Out of Competitor's Hands?


Chrome Web Store Launches Today


Foursquare CEO Downplays Facebook Deals Threat


Are You Ready for the ‘New Mainstream’ of 2011?


iPad 2 Gearing Up for Spring Launch


Virtualization Boosts LG Android Phones


Botnets and Web Threats Take Center Stage in Security Report


Spotify: No U.S. Launch This Year, After All


WikiLeaks: Don't Shoot the Messenger


Google Seeks Users to Test Chrome Netbook


IE9 "Do Not Track" Feature Prone to User Error


AT&T Exec Responds to Negative Consumer Reports Report


How to Buy a Cell Phone for the Holidays


Sprint CEO Says WiMAX Bet Paid Less Than Hoped


Sync a Network Folder


How to Password-Protect a Printer


How to Print Coupons


How to Print E-Mail


How to Print Files as PDFs


Rename Setup Files So They're Easier to Figure Out Later
Developers tend to do a poor job naming their programs' setup files. Fortunately, you can rename them and they'll work just fine.

Frequently Asked Photo Questions for November


MSI Wind Top AE2420 3D: Excellent All-in-One Hobbled by Poor Peripherals


Blio Seeks to Redefine E-books, But It's Missing Some Elements


TweetDeck


Create Disc Images and Virtual Drives With VirtualDrive Pro


LG BX580: Stunning Images from Blu-ray Discs and DVDs


Panasonic DMP-BD85: Mediocre Images, Annoying Menus


Are We Making Too Much of a PlayStation Phone?


Battle.net Servers Slammed as World of Warcraft Cataclysm Launch Looms


Google Chrome Netbook: What to Expect


Facebook Redesigns Profile Pages


All I Want for Geekmas: Jason Kennedy's Geektacular Wish List


Chrome OS and Netbook: 3 Reasons for Success, 3 Reasons for Failure


Nexus S Gets Official: The First Phone to Launch with Gingerbread


Facebook's Profile Redesign: A Tour


Facebook's Zuckerberg Plays Nice in 60 Minutes Interview


Android 'Gingerbread' OS Adds Mobile Payments, VoIP Support


Facebook Profiles Makeover Puts Focus on Ads


Google Nexus S: Hot and Not


AT&T Ranked Worst: What Does It Mean To You?


Can a Flashy 3D Interface Save the BlackBerry?


4 Reasons to Try LibreOffice


Groupon Nightmares (and How to Avoid Them)


The 3D Printer Revolution Countdown: Print Your Own PC Coming Shortly


Sanford, a Light and Elegant Serif Font


Labyrinth


eSports Update: GSL 3 Round of 32, DreamHack Recap


Chromebook: Coming Next Week?


Master Your E-Mail (So It Doesn’t Master You)


Windows Explorer Explained: Easier File Selection
A little-known Windows setting makes it much easier to select multiple files for copying, moving, deleting, etc.

How to Print From Google Books


How to Print From a BlackBerry Smartphone


How to Print and Fill in PDF Forms


N.Y. Times


Windows Explorer Explained: Choosing a Replacement
Not happy with what Microsoft's file manager is bringing to the table? I hear you. Here are some vastly superior alternatives.

How to Print Digital Photos


Vizio VMB070 Portable TV: Good Display, but Not for Outdoor Viewing


How to Print From an Android Phone


Improve Security With AlwaysVPN On Your Laptop


Government Botches Case Against Xbox 360 Hacker, Drops Charges


Got a Geeky News Tip? Send It Our Way


Crazy Design Concept Shows a Levitating, Spinning Phone


Samsung Continuum: Two Displays Isn't Better Than One


Top Security Predictions for 2011


The Universe: Even Bigger Than We Thought


WikiLeaks Hounded Across Internet by Hackers, U.S. Senator


Mac App Store: No Demos for You!


Waiting for Winter in World of Warcraft


World of Warcraft Cataclysm Trailer Teases New Areas


How the FTC's 'Do Not Track' Idea May Affect Your Site


MacBook Air Performs Poorly Compared With Similarly Priced Windows Laptops


Rumors: The Mythical Google Chrome OS Netbook Is Coming [Update: Media Event Announced]


In the Name of Art, Wafaa Balil is a Walking Tripod


Pico Projector in iPhone 5? Don't Count On It


Hung-over Owls and A Few of My Favorite Tweets in Viral Views 11


Micromobs: Inside a Social Network Startup


Robert Strohmeyer Talks Top 100 Products on LA's KPFK Radio


'Natty Narwhal' Alpha Offers Peek at Ubuntu 11.04


Japan's Holographic 3D Soccer Dream Denied


Sony Vegas Pro 10: Advanced Video Editor Adds 3D


How to Install a Wireless Printer


Describe Your Files


How to Keep Printed Photos From Fading


How to Print From an iPhone or iPod


How to Fax From Your Computer


Identify Counterfeit Ink


Print Customized Business Cards


Advanced Outlook Repair: Reassuringly Easy for a Price


What Google's Search Change Means For Your Website


Prevent Your Data from Becoming the Next WikiLeaks Headline


Pirates and Traders


Protect Your Android Phone With Security Apps


Google Algorithm Will Punish Bad Businesses


I'd Buy a Halo Combat Evolved Remake, Wouldn't You?


Kindle, iPad Aren't Mortal Enemies


iPad More Desirable Than Galaxy Tab, Survey Says


Amazon's Wikileaks Rejection Raises Cloud Trust Concerns


GSA Victory a Win for Google Apps and the Cloud


Pirate DNS Could Hatch a Lawless Darknet


4G Smackdown: Verizon LTE vs. The Rest


Like it or Not, the iPad is a Kindle-Killer


Life As We Don't Know It: NASA Finds Arsenic-Eating Bacteria


Google Gets Tough on Copyright Cads


Google Search's Bad Business Move: Just a Band-Aid Measure


AVG Free Update Bricks 64-Bit Windows 7 PCs


Google Chrome 8: What's New, and What's Next
Google's just released a new version of its Chrome Web browser -- and the update paves the way for some big things ahead.

Process Credit Cards Anywhere: 5 Smartphone Tools


How to Quiet Down Your Printer


How to Reuse Printer Paper


Password-Protect a Printer


Windows Explorer Explained: The Address Bar
What is that kooky thing? How does it work? And why is it called the Address Bar when what it actually shows is folder locations?

Pantech Laser: Excellent Messaging Phone


Carbonite Online Backup: Impressively Easy, Impressively Inexpensive


Robots Don’t Need Us Anymore


Confessions of an iPhone User: Why I Don't Like Windows Phone 7


Paragon Backup & Recovery Free Images Your OS...For Free


Internet Explorer 6 Usage Plummets...Finally


Motorola Defy Rooted: Great for Hacking Newbies


Verizon: You Can Thank Us for Android’s Success


Yahoo's Top Searches of 2010


DriveCarefully


Downloads to Lighten Your Laptop


Verizon Launches "4G" LTE Service in 39 Cities December 5


iPhone and Android Equally Desirable, Says Nielsen


Are Tablets Really Killing Netbooks?


The GPU Streamlines Video Creation


Google Editions E-book Store Launching Soon: Watch Out Amazon


PlayStation Move vs. Kinect: Who Will Win The Holiday Crown?


Review: Razer Spectre StarCraft II Gaming Mouse


Every Conversation I Have About Buying a Laptop Goes Like This…


iPad Tops Kindle in E-Reader Race, But Does it Matter?


Apple Expunges Antigay App from Store


What the IP Address Meltdown Means For You


HP Envy100 e-All-in-One MFP Prints, Copies, and Scans in High Style


Google's Chrome Web Store Looks Set to Launch


FTC 'Do Not Track' Proposal: Bigger Fish to Fry


AirPlay's Support for Third-Party Apps May Expand


Lexmark Genesis: A First Look


Senate Passes Bill to Protect Online Shoppers from Bait and Switch Tactics


Age of Conquest Lite


Top Secret! Keep Your E-Mail Private and Secure


Kinect Sells 2.5 Million Units in First Month: Twice as Fast as iPad


Comcast Toll on Netflix Screams for Net Neutrality


How to Buy a Computer Preloaded With Ubuntu


How to Print a Screenshot


Windows Explorer Explained: Make it Smarter
By default, Windows 7 Explorer doesn't show you all your folders, which creates a lot of extra click-work for you. Here's how to correct that.

Windows Explorer Explained: Tips for Newbies


Do 2.5 Million Kinect Units Sold Equal a Hit for Microsoft?


Massive Windows Phone 7 Update Rumored for January


EU Investigates Google for Search-Related Antitrust Violations


The EU's Google Investigation: A Breakdown


Want a Robotic Massage? This Tiny Rolling Robot's Got Your Back


Gettysburg Unplugged: NorbSoftDev on How Scourge of War Gettysburg Thinks


Black Friday-Cyber Monday Debrief: 2010 Beat 2009


Bacteria Beats Sudoku; NY Times Crossword Beware


4.1 Million PlayStation Move Units Sold Claims Sony


Building a Civil War: NorbSoftDev on Designing Scourge of War Gettysburg


Confessions of an iPhone User: Why I Like Windows Phone 7


BendDesk: A Multi-Touch Desk With a Curve


Amazon Charging Kindle Users For Free Books


Kinect Sex: Coming Soon to a Console Near You?
Hackers are already looking at ways to use Microsoft's Kinect for sexual purposes. Oh, come on -- are you really that surprised?

Playboy Releases Back Issues on Hard Disk


Top 8 Facebook Memes


Are the Aliens Coming? NASA to Hold Press Conference on Major Astrobiology Discovery


How Microsoft May Help Open Source in Court


Clone Phones Lack Customer Loyalty: An 80s Flashback


Create Customized Gifts With Your Digital Photos


Bank Online Safely


BitDefender Antivirus Pro 2011


Free vs. Fee: Free and Paid Antivirus Programs Compared


Microsoft Security Essentials 1.0


Panda Cloud Antivirus 1.0


Keep Resource Hogs Under Control With Process Tamer


Windows Explorer Explained: Changing the Layout
The Windows 7 version of Explorer is both better and worse than its predecessors. Learn how to tweak the layout to better suit the way you work.

Avast Pro Antivirus 5


Comodo Internet Security Premium


G-Data AntiVirus 2011


Norton Antivirus 2011


Avira AntiVir Personal: Great Malware Protection


Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011


Avast Free Antivirus 5: A Solid All-Around Contender


Microsoft TV in the Works?


Hackers Release iOS 4.2.1 Unlock for iPhone 3GS


What a Google Buy of Groupon Could Mean for You


The Best and Worst Cyber Monday Video Game Deals Rated


Trend Micro Boosts Data Protection with Mobile Armor Purchase


8 Great Kinect Hacks


Why Android Outsells Windows Phone 7


Delorean Hard Drive Is Perfect For Time Machine


Ransomware Attack Resurfaces to Hold Files Hostage


MP3s Without Subscriptions Attached


5 Websites That Used to Rule the Internet


Avoid These Black Friday Security Pitfalls


Cyber Monday is a Joke, but Online Shopping Isn't


Apple Is Getting Desperate in the Mobile Arena


Mobile Internet Is Already Dominant, Survey Says


E-book Piracy Is Here. So What?


Google Earth Adds New Street View, 3D Trees


2010 Reliability and Service Survey: Desktops


2010 Reliability and Service Survey: HDTVs


2010 Reliability and Service Survey: Printers


Reliability and Service: Laptops


Twitter's Challenge: Personalization, Co-Founder Says


5 Cyber Monday Websites for Finding Great Deals


How to Drive Traffic With Facebook Deals


2010 Reliability and Service Survey: Cameras


2010 Reliability and Service Survey: Smartphone and Wireless Providers


The Tech Brands You Can Trust


Chopin Script Font Adds an Elegant Note


A Child-Safe Android Experience


Apple Cuts Prices on iPads, iPods, Macs for Black Friday


HTTPS Everywhere: Fend Off Firesheep With Freebie from EFF and Tor Project


Pirate Bay Guilty Verdict Upheld


Free Image Editors for Everyone--Even Experts


City Jump


Windows Live Writer Makes Beautiful Blogs...Even When You're Offline


Could Disposable E-Readers be in the Near Future?


10 Weirdest Celebrity Tech Ads


Windows Explorer Explained: Where to Find It
Now that you know what Windows Explorer does, find out where to find it--in any version of Windows!

How to Show Off Your 3D HDTV


HDTV Holiday Shopping FAQ


Acer Veriton VN282G Desktop PC: Lots of USB Ports, Little Performance


Send and Receive Faxes Without a Machine With PamFax


Black Friday: Hot Deals on Top-Rated Cameras


Majority of Americans Check E-mail Over Holidays: A Survival Guide


Lexmark's Genesis Transforms the Inkjet Multifunction Printer


HP Photosmart eStation: Tablet Meets Inkjet Multifunction


Sprint's Sanyo Zio: Android on a Budget


The Best Black Friday Apps For Android


LCD HDTV Motion Features: How Do They Work?


Cataclysm Patch Shatters World of Warcraft


iOS 4.3 Release Rumored for December


The "Like" Economy: Major Retailers Offer Holiday Deals on Social Networks


Google Fanboys Toss Eggs at Blurred-Out Street View Houses


Top 5 Free Google Apps Add-ons For Work


3D Printer Prints its Own Upgrades


5 Holiday Tech Scams to Avoid


Android Browser Flaw Exposes User Data


Google Wave Gets a Second Life from Apache


Ubuntu Will Begin Updating Daily, Report Says


Intel Is Dead on the Desktop, Says ARM Co-Founder


Dell Inspiron Zino HD 410: Back With a Blu-ray Player


News Service Proposed by Twitter Co-Founder


Black Friday Alert: $89 Kindle 2


Samsung Mesmerize: A Top-Notch Galaxy Phone


Windows Explorer Explained: What is Windows Explorer?
You can't manage files or folders without it, yet many users don't know the first thing about using Windows Explorer.

Why Your Next PC Will Be a Tablet


What the Ultimate Tablet Might Look Like


Six Tablets to Watch


Samsung's Galaxy Tab (Sprint Version): Elegant, Promising Android Tablet


iOS 4.2 Bug: Lost Media? How to Get it Back


How To "Tether" Your iPhone For Free WITHOUT Jailbreaking
Last week, the Internet connection in my building went out for what seemed like forever. Really it was only three and a half days but with my ever-escalating habit, three and a half hours can be the onset of dangerous withdrawal symptoms.

The Games I'm Playing This Thanksgiving


Pixelpipe Post & Upload HD


Beta Watch: Bizzy and DooID


Kodak EasyShare Software: A Free--and Easy--Image Editor to Use With Any Camera


V3 Move 3DS: 3D Gaming at Its Smallest, and Finest


Seven Creative Holiday Printer Projects


Apple iOS 4.2: The First 24 Hours


LG Optimus T: Android on a Budget


Next Gen 911 Will Accept Texts and MMS


Tis the Season...for Checking E-mail?


Samsung Reportedly Sells 600,000 Galaxy Tabs


Apple Black Friday Preview: Where to Find the Best Deals


iOS 4.2 Includes Massive Security Update for iPad and iPhone


Google Takes Office to the Cloud, But Security Concerns Remain


Chrome Netbook Delays: What Gives?


Acer Brings Dual-Screen Laptop to Reality


Tron Gaming Mouse brings the Grid to your desk


Open Source Driver Debuts for AMD Fusion Chip


Vase Made With 3D Printer: What Can't 3D Printing Do?


Free Tool Offered To Combat Firesheep Hackers


Kids Want iPads, Parents Shudder


Fact Check: Motorola Droid 2’s Processor Upgrade Is Nothing More Than a Typo


Mozilla Confirms an App Store Is on the Way


Photography Gift Guide: Photo Editors, Mobile Apps, Tripods, and Memory Cards


WinZip Courier Shrinks Files to Sent and Received With MS Outlook


Fix a PC That Randomly Reboots
This can be a tough nut to crack, but in this user's case, mismatched RAM modules are the most likely culprit.

Holiday Buying Guide: Finding Your New Desktop PC


BitTorrent to TV: How to Watch Your Downloaded Videos in HD


How to Make a Printer the Default Printer


How to Use Less Paper When Printing


Reinstall Windows and Office on a New PC


Apple Releases iOS 4.2


Microsoft Flip-Flops on Kinect Computer 'Hack'


Asus Eee PC 1215N Netbook Review


Murdoch and Jobs’ iPad-Only News App: What We Know So Far


iPad Quandary: Buy Now or Wait for 2.0?


Netflix Streaming-Only Plan Arrives with Price Hike


Verizon 150Mbps FiOS Sets Bar for Business Broadband


iOS 4.2 Update Gets iPad Geared for Business


iOS 4.2.1 Jailbroken Long Before Official Release


ARM Gets Serious With 64-Bit Chip


MacBook Air Outperforms Most Windows Netbooks and Ultraportables


Samsung RF710 17-Inch Laptop: Capable, Attractive, and Unexciting


Motorola Droid Pro: Ready for Business, but Call Quality Disappoints


Streaming-Only Service Reveals Netflix's Shortcomings


The Ups and Downs of iOS 4.2 for the iPad


'The Daily' App Should Be a Lifestyle Product


Microsoft's Hand in Novell Deal Bodes Ill for Linux


12 Ubuntu Derivatives You Should Consider


Apple Readies iPad 2, Report Says


BitTorrent for Beginners


5-Minute Fixes for Windows PCs


Simple Fixes for a Problematic PC


Let Your Android Smartphone Talk Turkey With These Thanksgiving Apps


Easy Fixes for Networking Problems


Quick Windows Fixes


eSports Update: GSL Round of 64, DreamHack, Interview with IdrA


Fast Fixes for Office Annoyances


Gentle Alarm


iPhone: Still Most Satisfying


Harsh Digital Copyright Bill Stopped -- for Now


DCS A-10C Warthog: Photoreal Flight Simulation Without Compromises


Bandung Hardcore: Great Font for the Mosh Pit or the Gridiron


How to Scan Slides


Wirelessly Transfer Photos from Your iPhone to Your PC
99-cent app WiFiPhoto makes it so easy to offload snapshots and screenshots from your iPhone, you'll never want to look at another sync cable.

How to Make Your Phone Work With Twitter


How Can I Tell If the Windows Firewall Is On?


How Do I Know if I Need to Update My Printer Drivers?


The Paranoid's Guide to Facebook


Angry Birds Devs Angry At Android Fragmentation


Five Reasons to Give Kindle Books as Gifts


Free Black Jack Font Is Perfect for Party Invitations


Canon PowerShot SD4500 IS: A Flawed but Fun Pocket Zoom


Epson Artisan 725 Arctic Edition: Shiny, White, and Fast, With Cheap Inks


HP Officejet Pro 8500A Plus: A Multifunction Printer Packed With Features, Speed, and Low-Cost Inks


Prepare for Cyber Monday Shopping Risks


Should Facebook be a Haven from Bill-Collectors?


Fruit Ninja


$399 iPads at T.J. Maxx: Black Friday Alert


Tablet Speculation Leads to Holiday Dilemma


Adobe Reader X Makes PDF Files Safer


How to Move From a Physical to Virtual Infrastructure


FireCore Brings Last.FM and Web Browsing Hack to Apple TV


LibreOffice Is Taking Shape With Third Beta


Ice Touchscreen Is Cold, Hard Science at Work


Samsung Galaxy Tab: Black Friday Deals Revealed


Nokia’s App Store Sees Explosive Growth, Still Sucks


Cox Wireless: What You Need to Know


Facebook Updates, Near-Field Communications, and 25 Years of Windows on PCWorld Podcast #99


Rumor: New Palm Mobile -- 5-inch Screen; February Launch?


Google Guns for Groupon


The Top Ten Top Ten Lists in Viral Views Ten!


How to Choose a Linux Laptop


RockMelt Goes Beta, Black Friday Starts Early on PCWorld Podcast #98


Print One Picture in Multiple Sizes


Zynga Launches CityVille, the FarmVille for Hipsters


Angry Birds


Get Text-Message Reminders of Shows You Want to Watch
Tired of missing your favorite shows? If you don't have a DVR (or a walking-TV-guide spouse), let Remember To Watch notify you before showtime.

MySpace and Facebook Planning to Make Joint Announcement on Thursday


Design Concept Turns Your iPod Nano Into a Watch


$99 OnLive MicroConsole Fits In Your Pocket, Plays Everything


Foursquare Doesn't Fly with the Air Force


Twitter Analytics: Measuring How Cool You Really Are


Google Apps Suite Gets 10 Times Bigger


Gowalla Checks in at Disneyland, Walt Disney World


Woz Bets on Android Over iPhone Long-Term


Fluid Dress Will Make Wearers Glow


Hey Call of Duty Black Ops, About Those Bugs


PlayStation 3 Gets Another Media Service; PSP2 Rumors Arise Once Again


LG 50PX950 Infinia 50-inch Plasma HDTV, $261 Off


Adobe Acrobat Shouldn't Be So Buggy


Why Tablet Computing Hasn't Been Big Business


Slew of New Business Tools Coming to Ubuntu


China Hijack Raises Concerns for Internet Security


Free Downloads of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows'? It's Not Magic, It's Fraud


Myspace to Use Facebookers' Entertainment Likes


Baby, You’re A Rich Man: iTunes’ Beatles Downloads Cost More than CDs


Watch Your Back! Snoopers are After Your Data


Snapdragon Processor Getting Snappier


3D Scanner Built Out of Lego, Lasers, Awesome


Myspace's Facebook 'Mashup' -- Why Bother?
Myspace will now let you "mash up" your Facebook profile on Myspace.com. But seriously -- does anyone really care at this point?

Dell Inspiron Duo Shipping in Two Weeks; Available for Pre-Order Now


Hulu Plus: Who Needs It, Who Doesn't


What Google's NFC Android Phones Will Mean For You


HP’s Zeen Tablet: Made to Complement a Printer, but Not to Stand Alone


How to Choose the Right Memory Card


How to Take a Good Group Photo


FilerFrog Lets Explorer Leap Into Action


Verizon's Fivespot: It Works, But International Roaming's a Spoiler


Nuance PDF Converter Enterprise 7 Capably Handles Files


Google Voice: The iPhone User's Guide


Amazon Studios Launch Talent Search for Aspiring Hollywood Filmmakers


Holiday Free Shipping: The Fine Print Exposed


HP TouchSmart 310: Media-Savvy Multitouch Machine


Google Gets into High Fashion with Boutiques.com


Harry Potter Movie Leaks on Torrent Sites Before Premiere


McAfee Reports Malware at All-Time High


Hulu Cuts Price of Plus Service to $7.99 a Month


The Beatles Are on iTunes, So Who’s Next?


Analyst: GameStop Has '10 to 20 Years' Before Digital Sales Eclipse


Spike VGA 2010 Nominees Continue to Embarrass Games Industry


PeeWee Pivot 2.0: A Kid's Convertible Netbook With a Grownup Price


Trade in Laptop, Get a ViewSonic Tablet


Artist Implants Camera in Head


Admin Passwords are the Achilles Heel of Security


3 More Reasons Not to Use Facebook Messages


Majority Plan to Work through Holiday 'Vacations'


Tiny Linux Kernel Patch Delivers Huge Speed Boost


Need a New Touchpad? Just Put Pencil to Paper


AT&T Customers Can (Finally) Get a MiFi


Google Docs Editing Comes to Android, iPhone and iPad


Desktop PC Buying Guide: Shopping Tips


Third-Party App Stores: Worth the Trouble?


Five Printer Nightmares and How to Avoid Them


Facebook Messages: A Step Towards an Authentic Internet?


Android, Slow Down and Give Consumers a Break


Resize Desktop Icons with Your Scroll Wheel
Forgetting messing around with hard-to-find Control Panel settings. If you're a Windows 7 user, it's incredibly easy to change icon size.

How to Avoid Malware


Free Downloads: Fast Duplicate File Finder, Defraggler, TwitterBar


Find the 'Missing' Hotfix Link in the December, 2010, Issue
Sorry for the confusion, readers of the print edition! Here's the link that was accidentally left out of the Hassle-Free PC column.

How to Get Rid of Red Eye


NookColor: Barnes & Noble Makes Its Mark With the First Color Tablet Optimized for Reading


Assassin's Creed Brotherhood: Nerfing? What Nerfing?


Assassin's Creed Brotherhood: When in Rome, Climb Everything


SSC Service Utility Gets More Out of Old Epson Printers


Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX9: Feature-Loaded Touchscreen Camera


Photo! Editor Is Free and Functional, But Far From Full-Featured


Dell 2350dn Laser Printer Impresses With Speed, Print Quality


The Beatles and Apple: The Long And Winding Road


The Beatles and iTunes: Making Sweet Music Together


Facebook Messaging Rolls in Microsoft Office


Lenovo IdeaPad U260: Weight of a Netbook, Power of a Laptop


Facebook Messages: The Worst Thing That Ever Happened


Samsung Galaxy Tab: Carrier Prices Compared


HP Pavilion Elite HPE-450t Core i7 Desktop, $400 Off


Youngest Black Hole Discovered


Google Voice Makes Reprise on iPhone


RIM PlayBook Interface Coming to BlackBerry Smartphones?


Palm CEO Talks WebOS Comeback, New Devices


5 Questions to Ask Your Data Center


What is the Dell Inspiron Duo, and Does It Stand a Chance?


iPad Shows Age in Blackberry PlayBook Video


PayPal Users Beware of Holiday Phishing Scam


Phishing Attack Targets Merchant Accounts


Five Quick Tips for Better Holiday Photos


X-Ray Body Scanner Hubbub: The Naked Truth


Android No. 2 Mobile OS: Apple Eats Its Dust


Amazon's Pedophile Problems Continue: Nude Pics of Children Appear on Site


Windows Phone 7 Riddled with Rookie Mistakes


Nero Refresh Adds in Blu-ray Recording, New Video Features


Yahoo’s Bartz: Yahoo Can’t Do What Facebook Does, Not Yet


IE9 Lags on Popular Websites: Report


5 Stunning Panoramic Views in Google Earth


Facebook Mail: 5 Questions About the Rumored Service


Facebook E-mail Is the Missing Piece of the Puzzle


How Path's 'Personal Network' Could Survive


5 Awesome Free Tools For Small Businesses


12 Amazing Productivity Boosters


Firesheep, Blacksheep, and Protecting Your Wi-Fi Data


BlackBerry PlayBook To Sell For Under $500: iPad Beware


Keep Your Hard Drive Defragmented with Defraggler 2.0
From the same folks who brought you CCleaner 3.0, this slick "defrag" utility beats Windows' own tool at every turn.

What's That Whirring Noise Inside My PC?


How to Travel Like Tech Royalty


Acronis Makes True Image Home 2011 Even Easier to Use


America Recycles Day: Disposing of Old PCs Responsibly


Anonymizer Universal Defends Against Wi-Fi Snoops


Micro Express NBL5100: Sturdy and Fast--But With a 32-Bit OS


There's Little Need For Windows Storage Server 2008 R2


Hacker Unlocks Kinect's 3D Camera, Augmented Reality Next


Path: Photo-Sharing Social Network isn't Very Social


HP's Slate Debuts: Who's Buying it?


Samsung Shares Galaxy Tab's Open Source Code


Froyo Coming Soon to Dell Streak


Facebook Announces E-Mail Service


China and US Battle for Supercomputer Bragging Rights


Watch Facebook's Monday 'Messaging' Press Conference Live 10 a.m. PT


Pros and Cons of Facebook's "Non-Mail"


Anti-Firesheep Trick Protects Linux Users


Comcast Unwraps iPad App


Build Your Own Vacuum Bot out of LEGO Mindstorms and Sensors


Storm of War Battle of Britain Flight Sim Looks Stunning


Facebook Messages: Our First Look


eSports Update: GSL 2 Finals, GSL 3 Qualifiers


Microsoft: Kinect Topped 1 Million Units in 10 Days


Android 2.3 Will Do Mobile Payments and Lots of 'Bump'


Top 10 iPhone Annoyances--and How to Fix Them


China’s New Supercomputer Is Probably World’s Fastest… But Not for Long


SuperEasy Audio Converter Does Convert Audio Easily


12 Android Apps to Replace Your Other Gadgets


Lenovo’s LePad Tablet Due in US in 2011


The Music Video of the Future and Rent That's Too High in Viral Views 9!


How to Set Up Multiple Users on a PC


Post Twitter Updates from the Firefox Address Bar
Ingenious Firefox plug-in TwitterBar makes tweeting as easy as typing in the address bar and clicking a button.

How to Set Up VPN in Windows 7


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