27,000 PCs still run the ancient software
More than 27,000 PCs in use by London’s Metropolitan Police are running Windows XP despite an IT modernisation programme and fears that it makes them vulnerable to hackers.
Printers, PCs, Tablets on a single contract
HP has decided to allow enterprises to get their paws on HP's latest PCs, tablets, printers and other devices using a single contract with no cash upfront.
Fruity cargo cult Apple price cut for its tablets managed to keep its numbers up, according to analysts working for Digitimes Research.
4.6 per cent lower
Beancounters working for Digitimes have added up some numbers and worked out that global tablet shipments are expected to drop 4.6 per cent sequentially.
ABI blames saturated market
Beancounters at ABI Research have added up some numbers and joined the throngs who say that the tablet market is in a sad way.
Will sink below 140 million global shipments in 2021
Tablet shipment volumes are tumbling faster than expected and beancounters at ABI Research think that it will have fallen to 140 million by 2021.
Teaching them how to steal legitimately
The British government, which is currently taking money out of its health and education system, is thinking of spending a fortune giving over-priced iPads to its criminal population.
Partners leak a copy
Chipzilla has revealed its 2016 roadmap for tablet-use processors to its partners who quickly leaked it to the media.
Motherboard stands for comfort
You would expect everything in Asustek to be dire given that it makes notebooks, smartphones, tablets and desktops and these are dropping down the blackberry.
Fad has passed
The Chinese white box tablet makers have decided that there is no more mileage in the so called game changing tablet technology.