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Apple and Samsung Under Threat in the Tablet Space

Smaller vendors’ interest in tablets is swiping share from the tech titans, according to IDC

Samsung Supplier Faces Child-Labor Probe

A supplier of Samsung has been forced to halt production at a Chinese factory indefinitely amid a child-labor probe. According to a Reuters report, Samsung said it had stopped doing business with the Congguan Shinyang Electronics factory after an audit found evidence of child labor. The facility – which is owned by a South Korean […]

Surface 3 Makes Microsoft a Channel Competitor

The Surface 3 tablet-laptop hybrid went on sale over the weekend, marking Microsoft’s official entry into competitor status with its OEM and reseller partners. And the competition levels are only going to get more intense.

Can Salesforce Make Wearable Computing Work?

Salesforce.com’s release of developer tools to support wearable computing at work might just be enough to move the ever-nascent tech into the mainstream.

Take Microsoft’s Advice: Forget Surface

Microsoft is doing a full-court press to get pre-orders of its new Surface Pro 3 tablet, but the device is still unavailable to most of the channel. Perhaps solution providers should take Microsoft’s advice and sell other vendors’ tablets and convertible computers.

Microsoft Surface 3: Hurry Up and Wait

Microsoft released Surface 3 hybrid PC/tablet to much fanfare, but is keeping would-be business and consumer buyers waiting for weeks to get the new device.

Centrify Finds Its Identity With $42M Cash Injection

Centrify has become the latest start-up vendor to secure an injection of juicy funding after bagging $42 million in venture capital lolly.

PC Shipments, Tablet Inventories Climb

Commercial sales continue to bail out the PC market, notebook sales have stabilized and tablet inventories are increasing, according to research firm Canalys.