Intel notes PC back from the dead
2020 will be the year of Windows on the desktop
Intel's global vice president of client computing sales, Steve Long, is telling the world that he is optimistic about the future of the PC market.
More PCs sold last year
First annual gain since 2011
While the Tame Apple Press has been patting Apple on the head for killing off the PC and replacing it with the iPhone, it is starting to look like the death of the PC has been greatly exaggerated.
Cincoze releases new fanless PC
For industrial IoT
Embedded PC maker Cincoze has launched its latest compact fanless computer.
The PC is the most popular gaming platform
At least among developers
A PC is the most popular gaming platform among developers, and its lead over consoles and mobile is growing.
PC shipments fell throughout 2018
Trump's trade war and Intel's CPU shortages blamed
Beancounters at Gartner and IDC have both reported falls in PC sales during 2018. They both blame Intel's processor shortages and the trade war with China as the reason shipments declined during the last quarter and across the whole of 2018.
Lenovo’s chairman says worst is over
We are about to reap rewards of ‘intelligent transformation’
China’s Lenovo Group has begun to see some rewards from the multibillion-dollar acquisitions of IBM’s commodity server business and Google’s Motorola Mobility smartphone unit
Windows on ARM might end up on Chrome
Microsoft teams up with Google
Microsoft and Google engineers appear to be collaborating to support a version of Chrome running on Windows on ARM.
Microsoft back as a top PC vendor
Surface doing well
Microsoft broke into the top five list of PC vendors in the US for the first time, thanks to its line of Surface computers, laptops, and tablets.
Tech prices go up in the US
Trump weighted tariffs start to bite
President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump’s tariffs have started to affect the price of tech goods across the pond.
Why the “post-PC” era never happened
Ever get the impression you have been lied to?
In 2007 Steve Jobs announced that humanity had entered the “post PC era” and that the world would be completely mobile.