PCs are still a leading computing platform, but increasingly under fire from new devices.
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XP is slowly dying, Windows 8 is slowly gaining, but the almost five-year-old Windows 7 was the real desktop operating system winner in May as it went over the 50 percent mark for the first time.
As PC sales contract, OEMs have been reduced to focusing on gimmicks such as notebooks that transform into tablets, and tablets that transform into notebooks because there's nowhere else left to take the PC.
One year after Apple rebranded its desktop operating system from fearsome felines to California landmarks, Mac OS X is getting a much-needed refresh.
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.
Michael Dell went on stage at Future in Review to talk about going private, the future of his company, and making money from PCs.
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Two-in-one devices, hybrids, Intel juggling Android and Windows are the common themes at Computex. Sounds like a replay of the PC industry's last two years.
The company announces an Android laptop, an updated Chromebook, and a bevy of refreshed Windows convertible notebooks, but what does it all add up to?
One of the world's largest tech shows takes place in Taiwan this week at an unusual time for the industry. The PC is under pressure, but this is prompting lots of experimentation with new designs, lower prices, and different software platforms. And Computex is the place to see these fresh ideas.
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If you're looking for a distinctive computer for your desk, this orb-shaped device might be for you.
UPDATED x2: Autonomy unit chief Robert Youngjohns will replace George Kadifa serves as head of HP's Software department.
Microsoft's latest entry in the Surface family is part tablet, part laptop, and it's significantly different from its predecessors. Here are some more details in response to reader questions.
Microsoft Surface Computing chief Panos Panay talks about Microsoft's current and future Surface plans and positioning.
In spite of numerous leaks indicating an ARM-based Surface was going to be launched at Microsoft's "small gathering" in New York City, no such device materialized. What happened?