The desktop PC is dead, and IT pros are either replacing them with laptops or dumping the PC entirely for smartphones and tablets, right? Wrong.
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Smartphones and software -- not to mention signs of life in the PC market -- are fueling IT spending this year, according to market researchers.
Gartner says that mobile device sales are not only on the rise, but the traditional PC market is also recovering from a drop in 2013.
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The Japanese electronics firm plans to cut its losses and will instead focus more on developing smartphones for business use in line with its popular "Toughbook" notebook PC series.
Post-PC doesn't have to be about smartphones and tablets. Sometimes a dedicated product can follow the philosophy of post-PC to a most beautiful effect...
Lenovo is on its way to becoming a Windows ecosystem anomaly---a PC maker who can play the mobile game too.
Gamers are bucking the trend. While everyone else is shunning the PC in favor of smartphones and tablets, gamers are still buying and building new PCs to meet the demands of modern games.
It's an argument that goes round and round. "Tablets and PCs are the same!" They're really not...
Despite posting a record net profit and revenue in Q2, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is warning of flat margins in Q3 and an inventory build up.
Analysts were heartened by comments from Intel CEO Brian Krzanich about mobile, but most analysts are skeptical about the company's ability to navigate the post-PC era.
Ballmer and Co's restructuring is all about removing the silos that stifled innovation and cross-product working groups. But will removing them let them build better products?
Mixed results in the Fortune 500's technology sector, as mobile is up year-over-year, cellular is about flat, but the biggest losses in the PC market, as desktops and laptops are taking a backseat for smartphones.
Pushing change for change's sake doesn't win over users.
Not content with posting record PC sales amid a slump in the market, the company is continuing its efforts to steamroll its local Chinese competition.
PC distributors and ODMs are keeping inventories low as a result of falling PC shipments as consumers are turning to smartphones and tablets.
Chinese PC maker wants to sell about triple the number of smartphones it sold last year as it competes with Samsung and Apple for global market share.
The PC industry is stagnating, with consumers shifting to iOS and Android-powered tablets and smartphones. If consumers like Android so much — currently over 1.5 million new devices are activated daily — then why not give them Android-powered PCs?
The question today about computing devices is the same as it was yesterday: Will we ever get convergence that doesn't suck?