Posts Tagged ‘tablets’
The data trickling in from a banner Cyber Monday reveals an interesting fact. The holiday online retail bonanza owes a great deal to the clunky, old PC.
IDC figures show the mobility category is continuing to top the market.
A new IDC report indicates the decline of global PC shipments in 2013 will be more than expected, and the downward trend will continue into 2014. Not even the end of Windows XP support will spur a significant rebound.
The analyst claims Microsoft must prove its commitment to channel before it can cash in on tablet boom.
The PC market is a tough place even for the world’s largest maker of the increasingly commoditized gear.
In a move that can only be described as curious, Chinese IT vendor Lenovo Group Ltd. this week went Hollywood, tapping well known actor Ashton Kutcher as its newest product engineer.
The Lenovo Touch Combat Kit gives partners four different form factors to demonstrate to customers the functionality and value of Windows 8 devices.
As the world gears up for yet another holiday shopping orgy, it’s never been more important for the channel to tune into the habits and desires of this massing army of conspicuous consumers.
Mobile technology continues to enjoy stellar adoption in the business world, but new research indicates mobility is increasingly more about the app than the device.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman tells analysts longtime partners in innovation Intel and Microsoft are now competitors. This shows how technology disruptions and shifting opportunities are redrawing the competitive landscape.