It doesn’t entirely live up to its promise to take the guesswork out of smoking your food, but the results are delectable nonetheless.
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?
CSO presents an animated explainer on how data criminals exploit human psychology to gain access to a company's data, rather than by hacking or technical measures.
Comcast says it has registered to bid in the upcoming government wireless auction, suggesting that it is indeed considering offering wireless service.
Amazon Echo and Domino’s: Finally, your $180 talking cylinder lets you order a cheap pizza.
The next time you watch a concert or other live event online, it could give you a 360-degree view.
MIT's Dennis Whyte talks about the efforts to build a prototype fusion reactor.
Watching the Super Bowl without cable TV will be easier and better than ever in 2016.
From an improved sideline Surface experience to an audacious vision for HoloLens, Microsoft is digging deep into its role as an NFL technology partner.
MIT has been developing a small fusion reactor prototype, three of which could power the City of Boston if they were fully built.
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.
In the last few months, US customs officers have seized thousands of counterfeit and potentially dangerous hoverboards
With Guest Wi-Fi, Google OnHub users can control exactly which devices visitors may access.
Using software agents and a set-top box, Screen limits the time your kids spent watching TV and using computers, tablets, and phones to what you want.
This CO2 laser printer can cut and etch patterns into almost any type of material, from metal to leather to paper.
Dish has just launched its Hopper 3 set-top box for serious DVR junkies.
The new product boasts some design improvements, but not a lot in the way of new features.
This thoroughly weatherized display proved tough enough to survive a rare California hailstorm and tornado warning, too.
Bluetooth speeds will continue to grow in the coming years.
When it comes to the problem of stopping errant drones, there's been a number of high-tech solutions. From radio jamming to laser beams to nets launched by other drones, but a group in The Netherlands is proposing a low-tech solution that's much more elegant.
The first node of the European Data Relay System is in orbit, promising much faster relay of important scientific data
Channels for Apple TV now timeshifts up to 30 minutes of live television from HDHomeRun tuners.
We review systems from Orb Audio, Onkyo, and Yamaha, each priced less than $1000.