PCs are still a leading computing platform, but increasingly under fire from new devices.
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Sony is in talks with an investment company about selling its Vaio PC business.
There may still be some scepticism over whether chromebooks are worth the investment, but HP doesn't appear to be fazed, introducing the Chromebook 11 to the Australian market.
The latest mini-desktop to run Google's Chrome OS will feature Intel's Haswell processors and support for 4K Ultra High Definition video playback.
Microsoft's newly minted CEO Satya Nadella talked up Microsoft's role as a software maker, as much as a devices and services one, in his first public speech.
While the Chinese PC giant may face its own unique challenges, it possesses an intangible asset that its competitors lack: Business sex appeal.
PCs (when including tablets) got a boost last quarter, but that trend shouldn't be expected to continue.
ZDNet's Monday Morning Opener: The death of XP and the birth of Windows 8 could create an unexpected opportunity for Android and Apple.
Windows 8.1 Update 1 is shaping up to be a fairly substantial update. But it's not clear that Microsoft is going to go so far as to hide the Metro Start screen by default.
Apple's solidly built PCs have developed a cult following over the years, but they never made a dent in the enterprise. Why did the Mac fail to crack the enterprise code? I've found six reasons.
The 30th anniversary of the introduction of the Apple Mac has spurred a lot of reminiscences. For me, my first computer purchase was an IBM PC, however...
The Round Rock, Texas-based corporation announced on Friday that Gladden has "chosen to pursue career interests outside of Dell."
Don’t believe the pundits. There was plenty of PC news coming out of this year's Consumer Electronics Show if you knew where to look.
Microsoft's enterprise software sales are still carrying the devices and services company, as the company's latest earnings report makes plain.
Microsoft is continuing to tweak the Windows 8 user interface to make life easier for users who prefer the desktop experience, as new Windows 8.1 Update 1 screen shot leaks indicate.
AMD shares started to tumble in after-hours trading, likely due to a weak outlook for the first quarter of 2014.