PCs are still a leading computing platform, but increasingly under fire from new devices.
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Wall Street was expecting $1.74 per share on a revenue of $3.59 billion.
Unlike Windows or Mac OS X, Linux offers a wide variety of desktop environments. Here are my picks of the most important of these PC interfaces.
The company's president and chief executive now has another feather in her corporate hat, as the chair of the computer giant's board.
An online retailer jumps the gun by listing the new chips, which include an eight-core Extreme Edition CPU that will cost more than $1,100.
Public PCs aren't safe, so what's a PC user to do? Carry a Linux distribution on a USB stick in their backpocket of course!
Determining workstation power usage costs can help a company become more green and energy efficient. Use the Tech Pro Research toolkit to analyze power usage within your organization.
UPDATED: Intel's business is still tethered to PCs, but the growth prospects for the company ride with the enterprise and internet of things.
The popular Linux desktop has its first major renovation in over six years.
What do Google's Notebook, Apple's Ping and Microsoft's Zune have in common? Failure to launch, closure, and poor sales -- and they are all part of the worst tech flops and service fails.
CodeWeavers latest CrossOver has many improvements, one of which is that it makes it easier than ever to install Windows applications on Linux.
UPDATED: IDC figures aren't quite as hopeful as Gartner's latest pulse check on the PC industry.
For the past several years, tablet PCs and smartphones have been the primary growth driver in the smart device category, but that cash cow might be running dry.
The PC is far from dead. What we've seen over the past few years is a restructuring of the upgrade cycle. And it seems that the delay in upgrading systems has created a pent-up for new systems.
Shipments of traditional desktop and notebook PCs are in decline, but a new category of devices is growing fast enough to more than pick up the slack, according to newly released Gartner figures.
I loved Apple's professional photo editing software. But if it's destined for the software graveyard, I no longer need Macs in my personal technology stable.