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Taiwanese PC vendor slips from third to fourth position in the last quarter of 2012 due to weak demand leading to rising inventory levels.
One of the major themes at Intel’s annual developer conference, which takes place this week, is expected to be convertibles that function as laptops and tablets. These aren't new, but Microsoft's "reimagining" of Windows has prompted PC makers--including HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, Acer, Samsung, Toshiba and Sony--to once again experiment with hybrids. Will convertibles finally catch on?
At CES 2012, Dell showed off its first ultrabook, a 13.3-inch Intel-based device that comes with Windows plus a few features aimed at appealing to enterprise users
The Mac maker has leapfrogged Samsung to enter the top five group of PC vendors in the UK, amid a general picture of declining sales and low consumer spending
Electronics retailer JB Hi-Fi today opened its latest concept store in the new Westfield complex in Sydney CBD and company CEO Terry Smart spoke to ZDNet Australia about how the store came to be.
A range of manufacturers from Acer to Samsung have unveiled new Android smartphones at CES 2011 in Las Vegas
Companies like HTC, Samsung, LG, Asus, Acer, Sony Ericsson, Lenovo and Dell have all announced new products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week in Las Vegas, but so far none of them have confirmed plans to launch their new products in Australia.
New legislation to extend restrictions on hazardous materials to a wider range of electronics products has passed a first vote in European Parliament
The tablet computer space is going to heat up -- really soon -- and Apple's dominant iPad is going to be challenged by a raft of late-mover products from the likes of Samsung, Dell, RIM, Acer, Asus, Lenovo and Cisco.
Apple delivered its highest customer satisfaction score, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI). Windows PC makers also due to the success of Windows 7.
The South Australian Government has kicked off a sizable procurement process that will see it establish a new purchasing panel for desktop PCs, laptops and servers, in a move that puts its $48 million combined annual spend in the area up for grabs.
PC peripherals company Kensington Computer Products Group has added two new Energy Star-qualified laptop adapters that use 30 percent less energy than typical adapters AND are light, to boot.The Kensington Wall Laptop Power Adapters are compatible with notebooks from Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Toshiba, Lenovo, Sony, Gateway, Acer and ASUS.
Four of the world’s six biggest PC manufacturers are now Asian companies, with Acer and Asus representing Taiwan, Lenovo from China, and Toshiba from Japan. Hewlett-Packard still tops the list by number of units sold, and Dell is either second or third.
With Apple's iPad making its presence felt in homes and offices, it's time to ask the question: who needs a netbook?
PC makers delivered some heady second quarter growth figures as Lenovo, Toshiba and Asus gained global market share, according to IDC figures. Toshiba also had the fastest growth in the U.S. as the rest of the field---HP, Dell, Acer and Apple largely held ground.
Think of servers and the odds are that your thoughts will turn to the big names – companies like IBM, HP and Dell. However, there are others, such as Gateway (now a part of the Acer Group) which, although far from a market leader, still has a lot to offer server buyers.
A key European Parliament committee has recommended investigation into a ban on PVC and brominated flame retardants in electronics goods
Four leading PC and mobile phone manufacturers have demanded the EU ban brominated flame retardants and PVC from electronic products
AMD has done itself no favors in the mobile market by taking so long to introduce some next-generation processors to compete with Intel's Core offerings. But it appears that the second-place chip company is ready to rumble in the laptop space, readying tri-core and quad-core Phenom II CPUs that could provide serious competition and recoup some market share.
The updated processors, which come after Intel's recent chip launch, will be supported by HP, Dell and Acer