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PCs in pictures
This year will go down as the PC industry's largest contraction, according to research firm IDC, with global shipments dropping by double digits and little relief in sight.
Developer interest in Windows 8 apps waned from August through October, slowing the growth of Microsoft's Windows Store total app tally.
Windows 8's user share in October climbed past the 10 per cent milestone for the first time since the launch of the radically-overhauled OS a year ago, an analytics company said Friday.
Apple has a shot at growing the Mac's share of all personal computers even as total shipments of desktops and notebooks continue to contract, an analyst argued today.
In its first 24 hours, Apple's OS X Mavericks tripled the uptake of its predecessor Mountain Lion, ending the day on about 1 out of every 18 Macs, an online advertising network said Thursday.
Dell officials vow that the company will continue making acquisitions and will remain committed to its struggling PC business once its $24.9 billion deal to go private is complete.
Microsoft must be ready to accept, as has Apple, that it's better to cannibalize its own sales than to let competitors do it.
Although a historic downturn in PC shipments has made headlines since April, "Peak PC" -- the moment when personal computers crested -- was two years ago. That could bode ill for Microsoft.
Intel's latest chip, the 4th generation Core processor code-named Haswell, will take a 6-hour battery and make it last for 9 hours.
Windows 8 faces a number of hurdles in the enterprise, but the biggest reason it won't replace the current corporate champion, Windows 7, is simple: IT shops don't think it's worth the upgrade hassle.
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