Nonda Hub+ mini review: The only dock for a 2015 MacBook and a DisplayPort Apple Cinema Display

If you're dying to keep using an older Apple Cinema Display with a 2015 MacBook, the Hub+ Mini is your only choice.

Tobii's new eye tracker adds head tracking with an emphasis on PC games

Our testing showed that the earlier Tobii eyeX didn't work for everybody. Will the 4C be different?

New Windows 10 preview adds an iPhone Live Photos rival, Windows Ink improvements

Oh, and it includes a Ubuntu update, too. (It's still weird writing that.)

Why LeEco thinks you should buy its smartphones, TVs, streaming content and more

The company hopes you'll love how seamlessly all its gear works together.

PCWorld founder David Bunnell remembered: The mutiny, the magazines, the Mao suit

He was a pioneer and a bit of a prankster, as longtime colleagues recall.

Hands on: Netflix via Comcast's Xfinity X1 set-top box is a very good experience

Not ready to cut the cord? Comcast makes switching to Netflix as easy as changing channels.

How switching to Macs is paying off for IBM

IBM employees prefer Macs, which is actually saving IBM about $543 per computer.

Editors Pick

justin_tv-100367814-orig_500.jpg goes off the air

With all signs pointing to a Google purchase of Twitch, the company behind has shut down the live video service.


Verizon fires back at FCC over data throttling

The FCC called out Verizon for its plans to throttle customers with unlimited data plans who use the most data, so the carrier responded.


Business faces backlash after threatening $500 fines for negative Yelp reviews

Businesses who don't know how to manage their social media presence should remember that the Internet can be vicious.

Expert Opinion


Apple doesn't need its own gadgets to dominate the smart home

If you believe the weekend rumors, Apple will announce a connected-home platform next week at WWDC. But before you get too excited about an iThermostat and an iFridge and an iCamera watching you sleep, consider this: If Apple does get into the home-automation market, that doesn't necessarily mean it'll make smart-home gadgets of its own.