Posts Tagged ‘tablets’
Upcoming Windows 9 release could further ignite the PC market
BYOD got companies out of the telephony business as employees started buying mobile devices and paying for service plans out of their own pockets. A California court ruled that companies must reimburse employees for using their mobile devices for work, and that’s potential boon for solution providers.
As the vendor’s U.K. retail entity is wound up, we ask what happened to its bold ambitions to launch stores worldwide
Re/code interview with CEO of Best Buy Hubert Joly, reveals the retail giant chief believes tablets makers are struggling to innovate
At the annual Worldwide Partner Conference this week in Washington, D.C., Microsoft is offering partners $229 discount on Surface Pro 3 packages. Essentially, Microsoft is incenting partners to buy a product they cannot resell.
Microsoft is doing more than just comparing its Surface Pro 3 to the MacBook Air; it’s now offering up to $650 credit to Apple users who trade-in their old machines for the new Windows hybrid devices. Apple probably isn’t worried, but other PC vendors and resellers should.
The amount of money transferred globally via digital transactions will rise to $4.7 trillion by 2019, according to a forecast from Juniper Research.