IBM boss Ginny Rometty has said the firm’s x86 server business sale does not signal a future hardware market exit as she admitted the company failed to live up to expectations last year.
The storage market, led by EMC, has returned to growth after ‘breaking free’ from market headwinds, according to IDC.
Chinese vendor Huawei has claimed that the swathe of tech patents it filed in Europe proves its commitment to doing business in the region.
Microsoft admits it expects users to still be on Windows XP after the end-of-support deadline, but says stragglers could present a big opportunity.
Report: The death of Windows XP buoyed the global PC market last year, but failed to save it from having the worst-ever year since records began.
Microsoft is set to issue a final warning to users running Windows XP by rolling out a new notification across devices running the OS, urging them to ditch it before it is too late.
A record number of tech billionaires are on the Forbes Global Rich List, which placed Microsoft founder Bill Gates back on top spot after a four-year hiatus.
HP is set to cash in on the ‘instability’ of IBM Corp. and Dell Inc., according to boss Meg Whitman, who hinted her firm has more cost-saving work to do.
Android tablets snatched the market-leader crown from Apple Inc. last year, according to Gartner, which warned that future tablet sales will be based on more than just price.
Microsoft bigwigs Tami Reller and Tony Bates are heading for the exit door as Satya Nadella reshuffles his top-level executive team.