Posts Tagged ‘tablets’
Just in time for Mother’s Day, the good folks at Trend Micro surveyed 1,037 folks online to find out how moms use (and misuse) technology and devices. Here’s what they discovered.
Breathless reports in the media notwithstanding, the changes due for Redmond’s struggling flagship OS amount to more of a veer to the right than a U-turn, and are nowhere near a concession of “New Coke” proportions.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins believes the age of tablets will be short lived. He has a point, but it’s based on faulty reasoning. Here’s why.
The market share gap between Apple and Samsung in the tablet space has narrowed by 25 points in the last year. But whatever the name on the label, the tactile devices continue to fly off the shelves at an incredible rate, IDC data reveals.
Gartner finds 38 percent of companies worldwide say they expect to stop providing mobile devices to their staff by 2016.
Ingram Micro has become the latest channel player to see its profitability hit by low margins in the tablet space, as its net income fell more than 40 percent despite a big sales hike in Q1.
The South Korean technology conglomerate today announced record profits of $6.5 billion for the past quarter, a 42 percent rise over the same period last year.
Lenovo North American channel chief Chris Frey tells a group of resellers that those who build a practice around touch will be at a competitive advantage a year from now.
According to data from Strategy Analytics, Windows has gone from a dead stop last year to nearly 7.5 percent market share on the strength of 3 million units shipped worldwide last quarter.
Exiting CEO Paul Otelleni’s walk down memory lane encapsulates the evolution of the tech giant from innovator and market dominator to a company forced to scrap and claw with more nimble rivals in the highly mobile, post-PC world.