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Beleaguered hardware maker Dell, which has gone private and changed direction in its cloud strategy as of late, appears to be stabilizing its stance as a multi-cloud player instead of a standalone alternative to public-cloud gorilla Amazon Web
The Saudi IT market is unique in terms of technology adoption and investment, according to a report released here in Riyadh on Tuesday. The Saudi market is unique in terms of technology adoption and investment, as well as infrastructure development,
An associate shows off Surface 2 to customers at the Surface Midnight Launch at the Bellevue Square Microsoft Store in Bellevue, Wash., in October...MarketWatch) A friend recently told me he was having a hard time finding the newest version of the
The animosity between the two IT giants goes back decades, and with Microsoft's transition to a mobile device provider in full swing, that's not going to change. But as strange as it sounds, the success of Apple's new tablet, the lighter-than-helium
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Despite this significant growth, Apple continues to lose market share in . According to IDC's September report, Apple's smartphone market share was under 10% in the third quarter of 2013. Apple was placed at #6, down from #5 in the previous quarter.
The Record Apple Inc.'s iPads and other tablet computers are flying off the shelf this holiday season...Tablet shipments will climb 54 percent this year to 221.3 million, before decelerating to 22 percent growth in 2014 and less than 10 percent in
Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ ) gain despite IDC reports predicting an even larger decline in personal computer shipments and a slowdown in tablet growth. Also: Tesla takes big Wall Street turn as Silicon Valley stocks move higher. The Lead: PC sales seen
The growth of smart devices like 2-in-1s and tablets is expected to fuel the volume for desktop vendors and the PC ecosystem in coming years with shipments of Windows-based tablets expected to touch 39.3 million units by 2017, research firm IDC said.
The research firm expects global smartphone shipments to surpass a billion units this calendar year and 1.7 billion by 2017 aided by steady decline in average selling prices and emerging markets, including Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East