IT spending to slump
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Oracle from Gartner predicts 

Oracles from Gartner groups prophercy and divination department have been reading the tea leaves and come to the concluding that IT spending is going to take a dive by 5.5 percent this yea

Warner kills off Batman: Arkham Knight
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Holy pants PC port Batman

Warner Bros has said "that's all folks" to the super buggy PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight.

Gartner predicts the rise of the hybrids
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Opening the clamshell

Beancounters at Gartner have been consulting their tarot cards and are predicting that hybrid PC sales are to accelerate this year.

Toshiba shows off Satellite C laptops
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All ready for Windows 10

Toshiba is making sure that Windows 10 does not appear with the normal load of old Tosh. It has announced a couple of new Windows 10 laptops.

Amazon getting serious about PC gaming
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Not just about mobiles

Amazon has looked at the gaming market and felt that it is an area it can make a pile of dosh.

US Navy to sink IBM after Lenovo deal
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Because the US never spies on China

The US Navy is the latest to suffer from US paranoia about Chinese spying.

Intel sees growth in Africa
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Dr Chipzilla I presume

Intel has added up the numbers and worked out that the best way to flog its chips is to follow the path of Stanley beat a path through the jungle into Africa.

Acer wants to be the last of the PC companies
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Vying for title of dodo of the 21st century

Acer is aiming to be one the of the last surviving PC makers in the world, its boss appropriately told hacks at new World Trade Centre in lower Manhattan.

Batman: Arkham Knight system requirements revealed
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Quite a demanding game

While the new Batman: Arkham Knight game is scheduled to launch in June, Nvidia has now released minimum, recommended and ultra PC system requirements for the game.

Intel figures confirm PC slowdown
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Thank the gods for the datacentre

Chipzilla's financial figures confirm that PC sales have continues to slide after a brief recovery after the death of Windows XP.