PCs are still a leading computing platform, but increasingly under fire from new devices.
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Taiwanese PC maker sets up 80:20 joint venture with e-commerce vendor, Uitox, to offer its ZenFone mobile phones via an Asus e-store targeting China and Taiwan.
The new platform will feature Athlon and Sempron APUs starting at $60 when it launches early next month.
The global market intelligence firm described 2013's PC industry slump as "the most severe contraction on record."
Security firms FireEye and Secunia say Windows continues to be the most-targeted OS and businesses can expect to be attacked by malware once every 1.5 seconds.
Tablet market growth will slow this year, and there may be some good news for PC sales, too.
When Canonical introduced its new Ubuntu Unity interface, a major design element was a global, universal menu that all apps would use. Things have changed. Canonical is switching back to local app menus.
Lenovo promises to turn around loss-making Motorola Mobility in four to six quarters, as the Chinese hardware maker looks to increased production and emerging markets to boost profitability.
In seeming preparation for Microsoft's takeover of Nokia's handset business, the executive musical chairs recommences.
Microsoft execs have acknowledged publicly what's been rumored for months: An update to Windows 8.1 is coming to users this spring.
Microsoft is cutting the price it charges PC makers for each copy of Windows 8 they sell from $50 to $15, but only on low-end devices, according to a new report.
The open-air chassis, with room for six graphics cards, is currently seeking funding on Indiegogo from miners looking to build their own cryptocurrency PC.
Meg Whitman sounded more optimistic during Thursday's shareholders call than previous quarters, highlighting PC market growth in commercial segments.
The PC business didn't suck nearly as bad as feared and HP's first quarter benefited. The company saw strong enterprise demand for PCs as Windows XP systems are tossed.
With Cisco, IBM, NetApp and EMC seeing anemic infrastructure spending it's highly unlikely that HP can fly through the turbulence unscathed.
Rick Vanover and Jason Perlow talk about the risks of specific "free" software that can cause issues on computer systems through adding pop-ups, sending information or proxy serving other traffic.