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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
PC shipments, which just months ago were expected to fall 9.7 percent, instead will drop 10.1 percent this year, representing "by far the most severe yearly contraction on record," according to the research firm International Data Corporation. And
According to International Data Corporation's Worldwide Quarterly Smart Connected Device Tracker, shipments of tablets passed PCs, including desktops and portables, this quarter. PC shipments are still expected to be greater than tablet shipments for
Sales of PCs, which include desktop, mini-notebooks and other portable personal computers, are expected to be muted in the July-September quarter on account of subdued spending from the government and corporate sector, research firm IDC has said.
PC sales plunging further, Ballmer leaving just in time Posted by Brier Dudley A sobering new report from research firm IDC suggests that Steve Ballmer's sudden retirement was timely. PC sales are now expected to fall 9.7 percent this year, worse
Sales of tablets shot up from just 3.6 lakh units in 2011-12 to over 19 lakh in the last fiscal, a jump of over 400%, even as desktop PC sales grew by just 1%. Wednesday showed the demand for tablets was driven by users' desire for apps (applications)
Wipro shares, buoyed by government's decision to liberalise FDI norms in a dozen sectors. The 30-share BSE Sensex index started the day on a firm footing at 19,970.02, higher by 118 points from yesterday's close. It, however, erased some of the early
PC sales see 'longest decline' in history Sales of traditional personal computers have been declining for the past few quarters Global personal computer (PC) sales have fallen for the fifth quarter in a row, making it the "longest duration of decline"
The Motley Fool's readers have spoken, and I have heeded their cries. After months of pointing out CEO gaffes and faux pas, I've decided to make it a weekly tradition to also point out corporate leaders who are putting the interests of shareholders
Some others include TriQuint Semiconductor and RF MicroDevices , which also supply smartphone chip components. The latest piece of evidence was a note published Monday by Wedge Partners, which provides independent research on tech stocks. We