Japanese IT giant Fujitsu has remained in the red this quarter, posting a 11.2 billion yen operating loss.
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Japanese conglomerate Toshiba has posted a 12.3 billion yen net income loss, and has attributed its 64 billion yen sales slump to "risk factors" such as natural disasters and legal disputes.
In a bid to focus on its 'key growth drivers', Sony Corporation has scheduled a business structure shake-up, coupled with the creation of the new Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation, for April next year.
For the third quarter of 2015 Gartner says worldwide PC shipments have fallen 7.7 percent to 73.7 million, attributing the purchase lull in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Japan, and Latin America to the sharp appreciation of the US dollar.
Australia's central bank is conducting a review of its 'server computing solutions', seeking more physical kit in an attempt to avoid technology obsolescence.
Australia's biggest banks and government welfare delivery are some of the major use cases down under.
Analysts forecast worldwide sales of cellular-enabled PCs, tablets, and mobile hotspot devices will exceed 112 million this year.
Boasting 20% faster system performance and 19% faster web application performance compared to the 10th Gen.
LG Electronics has reported 771 billion won in profits for the second quarter of 2018.
It is expected the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan, Bain Capital Private Equity, and the Development Bank of Japan will own Toshiba Memory Corporation come March 2018.