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Global shipments of personal computers fell 9.8 per cent last year, the worst contraction on record, and are likely to decline by 6.1 per cent in 2014 due to lackluster demand in developing countries, according to market research firm IDC. IDC had
Even though 2013 was the worst decline on record, the market hasn't hit rock bottom yet and will continue to shrink until at least 2018, market research firm IDC says ...That's a tiny bit better than how IDC thought it would go down it had predicted
Taipei, Feb. 23 (CNA) Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. was bracing for a weakening personal computer market in Turkey, where consumer demand was hammered by increasing preference for tablets and fluctuating exchange rates.
How do you make the subject of computing accessible to a wide audience? A very topical question, with arguments raging about the Year of Code . But maybe we need to go back and look at the work of a man who was a brilliant communicator about
One of the unexpected tidbits in Hewlett Packard's quarter was revenue growth for the PC unit. This was the first time in seven quarters that HP's PC business grew, CEO Meg Whitman told Wall Street analysts at the company's conference call. Whitman
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Managing director Sudket Liengprayoon said yesterday that the firm had joined hands with L&K Logic Korea to release the game featuring arcade-style shooting at www.megagame.in.th on March 12. The firm's marketing strategy this year focuses on
Taipei, Feb. 10 (CNA) Taiwan's Acer Inc. recorded year-on-year growth in PC shipments to the Western European market in the fourth quarter of 2013, ending a five-quarter decline. The loss-making computer vendor shipped 1.79 million units to the