PC World October 2007 Print Contents

In the October 2007 issue of PC World, available now:

What's On the DVD

Cover Story

Four on the floor PC power

Quad-core PCs hit the big time! We round up seven quad-core models, which showcase the various performance results that these CPUs deliver.

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Broadband & Internet

Articles

  • Google's new antipiracy tool
  • Cybercrime - an ongoing war
  • End of the Web 2.0 free-for-all?
  • Facebook versus MySpace
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Windows Live Mail beta
  • Netgear SPH200D
  • Kaspersky Internet Security 7.0
  • TP-Link TD-8840
  • Linksys WAG325N
  • D-Link DSL-2740B
  • Netcomm NB9W MyNetGateway

Tutorial

  • How to build a better Web site

Mobile

Article

  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • O2 Xda Flame
  • Fujitsu Lifebook U1010
  • Sony SRS-BTM30
  • Dell XPS M1330
  • Pioneer Dreambook D90
  • Sony VAIO VGN-FZ18G
  • Toshiba Qosmio G40

Tutorial

  • Put the Web in your pocket

Tech@Work

Articles

  • DIY surveillance
  • SMBs query Skype's 48hr outage
  • 12 open source downloads
  • Four reasons to go green
  • Storage media
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • D-Link SecureSpot DSD-150
  • Toshiba Portege R500
  • Sony VAIO VGN-TZ18GN/X
  • Samsung E900
  • Lexar Media 16GB ExpressCard SSD
  • PQI 16GB ExpressCard SSD
  • Transcend 32GB ExpressCard SSD
  • Cenatek RocketDrive Micro

Tutorials

  • Get your data anywhere, anytime
  • Be wary of wireless hot spots
  • Networking with both XP and Vista

Home Entertainment

Articles

  • HD-DVD hits back
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Toshiba HD-XE1
  • Audioengine A5
  • Toshiba REGZA 47WL68A
  • Philips 42PFL7532D
  • Fujitsu P50XHA58EB
  • Samsung PS42Q91HD

Tutorial

  • High-def movies on a PC

Digital Image

Articles

  • Digital questions & answers
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Olympus Tough 770SW
  • Canon IXUS 70
  • Sony HDR-SR5E
  • Samsung SyncMaster 275T
  • NEC MultiSync LCD 2490WUXi
  • Dell UltraSharp 3007WFP-HC
  • Chi Mei CMV 222H

Tutorials

  • Digital camera buying advice
  • How to focus off-centre subjects

PC Pow-R-Tech

Articles

  • Building a PC Beast
  • Top 5 charts

Reviews

  • Guitar Hero: Rocks the 80s
  • Iomega StorCenter Wireless Network Storage
  • LaCie Biggest FW800
  • Maxtor Shared Storage II
  • Western Digital My Book Pro Edition II
  • Gigabyte P35C-DS3R
  • ASUS EN8600GT OC Gear
  • LaCie d2
  • Unreal Tournament 3
  • Age of Conan: The Hyborian Age
  • Crysis
  • BioShock

Tutorials

  • Helpscreen
  • Vista power tips from a Microsoft guru

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