Ed OswaldFreelance contributor, PCWorld

Ed is a technology journalist, music nut, and gadget geek who hails from the somewhat small town of Reading, Pennsylvania.

Facebook Facial Recognition: A New Take on it Via the Klik App

In our tests, we found the Klik facial recognition to be creepily accurate, although the photo needs to be pretty clear.

Turn Your Instagram Photos Into Works of Art on Canvas

Instacanv.as will print your Instagram photos on high-quality canvas to hang on your wall.

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Nokia Lumia Gets Exclusive Apps; Is Windows Phone Fragmentation Next?

Are exclusive apps the right thing to do, and is this the beginning of Windows Phone fragmentation?

$99 Xbox Confirmed: What You Really Need To Know About Microsoft's Offer

Microsoft Monday confirmed rumors of an $99 Xbox game console, but don't buy until you understand the fine print.

Want to Know Where to Buy the Samsung Galaxy S III Android Phone?

It could be from one of seven carriers that Samsung let slip Friday on an online form.

Verizon's 4G LTE-to-the-Home Service Launches Thursday

HomeFusion will be available anywhere Verizon has LTE service. That area currently covers two-thirds of the U.S. population.

RIM Owns Up To Fake Apple Protest in Australia

Research In Motion admitted Tuesday that it was behind a staged protest outside a Sydney, Australia Apple Store last week.

Angry Birds Space Rockets to 50 Million Downloads in 35 Days

Angry Birds Space is the fastest-selling mobile app ever.

Ikea Debuts Green Furniture Line With Cardboard Digital Camera

Ikea wants you to take photos of its furniture.

First Netgear 802.11ac Router Coming in May

The router will reportedly run up to 1.3Gbps on the 5GHz band, which makes it (theoretically) more than twice as fast as current 802.11n routers.

Facebook Teams Up With Security Vendors, Offers Free Antivirus Software

Facebook and several security companies are offering free six-month licenses to popular antivirus programs.

Google Drive vs. Microsoft SkyDrive: 4 Reasons Google Wins Out

Comparing the two services, Google Drive emerged as the winner. Here are four reasons why.