pcwdigitaleditionprimaryfeb18100748775orig

PCWorld's February Digital Magazine: Meltdown and Spectre security flaws

Stay on top of the latest tech with PCWorld’s Digital Magazine. Available as single copies or as a monthly subscription, it highlights the best content from PCWorld.com—the most important news, the key product reviews, and the most useful features and how-to stories—in a curated Digital Magazine for Android and iOS, as well for the desktop and other tablet readers.

In the February issue

In this issue we tell you what you can do about the Spectre and Meltdown security flaws, how they affect your hardware, and what you can do to stop them. We have all the best stuff from CES 2018, including new PC hardware, Android announcements, and games. 

Other highlights include:

  • News: AMD reveals Ryzen 2, Threadripper 2, 7nm Navi, and more in CES blockbuster
  • HP Spectre x360 13t (late 2017) review: An 8th-gen CPU leads a raft of upgrades
  • Lenovo Ideapad Miix 520 Review: It's built like a tank you can actually carry
  • Amazon Echo vs. Google Home: One of these smart speakers is better than the other
  • Here's How: How to protect your PC from the major Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws

Video highlights

Watch: Samsung's Micro LED TV is still developing, but the company showed an early unit at CES. Instead of one LED changing color behind a sheet of glass, micro LEDs will come in an RGB trio. These LEDs will also be out in front rather than glassed-in. 

How to subscribe and start reading

Subscribers can visit this page to learn how to access PCWorld on any device and start reading the current issue right away. 

Not a subscriber? With the PCWorld's subscription, you get access to the digital magazine on as many devices as you’d like. Subscribe today!

IDG Insider

PREVIOUS ARTICLE

« iOS 11.3 Battery Health FAQ: What it does and how to use it on your iPhone

NEXT ARTICLE

You can get a 3-port car charger for $7.40 today »
author_image
IDG News Service

The IDG News Service is the world's leading daily source of global IT news, commentary and editorial resources. The News Service distributes content to IDG's more than 300 IT publications in more than 60 countries.

  • Mail

Recommended for You

Trump hits partial pause on Huawei ban, but 5G concerns persist

Phil Muncaster reports on China and beyond

FinancialForce profits from PSA investment

Martin Veitch's inside track on today’s tech trends

Future-proofing the Middle East

Keri Allan looks at the latest trends and technologies

Poll

Do you think your smartphone is making you a workaholic?