Lenovo, HP, and Dell are increasing their collective dominance of the PC market, with Apple as the only threat. So how are the three big OEMs coping with sweeping changes in the computing landscape?
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The computer giant wants to bring Windows to the masses again -- in the form of a tiny desktop box.
The updates, which come as HP holds its Discover powwow in Barcelona, illustrates how PC makers are trying to deliver business systems that can replicate consumer-first design cues.
Hewlett Packard wants to infuse life into PCs with a new kind of machine that uses a built-in projector for surface-enabled touch and 3D scanning. Will makers and creatives get on board?
HP ENVY Haswell i7 3.4GHz PC for $665
The show floor hasn't even opened yet, but that hasn't stopped several companies from announcing new devices including smartphones, phablets, and tablets, 2-in-1s and laptops, and of course, yet another smartwatch.
The settlement comes after former chief executive Leo Apotheker ditched the company's mobile and PC unit, a decision that was later unraveled when Meg Whitman arrived.
When looking at businesses in general (meaning anything from auto dealers to fast food chains), Apple ranked 119th overall out of 268 companies across 19 industries.
Meg Whitman sounded more optimistic during Thursday's shareholders call than previous quarters, highlighting PC market growth in commercial segments.
The HP Slate is HP's answer to the Post PC tablet device trend and it's a good one. My HP Slate is as cool as an iPad mini at half the cost.
Due in the spring, the small-form-factor desktop will include a Core i7 processor, but pricing has not yet been announced.
HP and Lenovo are betting that Android PCs can convert both office and home Windows PC users to Android.
HP will be among the first to include the ForcePad, a touchpad designed to mimic multi-gestures on smartphones and tablets, on high-end laptops.
Hewlett-Packard's plan to bolster its personal systems business is to gain share in the enterprise market — a segment that's strong for Lenovo.
How will HP remain relevant in a technology world that is increasingly moving on without it? The inability of executives to talk off-script about future strategy left me thinking the company is thinking too short-term to dig its way out of the PC and printing morass.
The tablet market may be driven by the consumer but this Windows tablet from HP is looking to get into the enterprise with unique features.
Priority Services will be available in more than 60 countries with direct access to support agents.
How much does $3.5 billion mean to ailing PC maker HP? Quite a lot, considering it made just half that figure during its second-quarter earnings, down year-over-year.
Lenovo tops HP in the PC vendor wars, but the players are fighting over a shrinking market. Despite the gloom, there are signs of PC buying in the U.S. and a few positive points to note.
UPDATED: The IDC has also chimed in on the global PC market as well as the Lenovo-HP battle.