Gartner box-counters see sales fall by eight per cent in 2015
Microsoft demonstrates the 'power of free' as users stick with their old machines rather than splashing the cash on a new one
Is there actually a plan behind Microsoft's Windows 10 licensing or are they just making it up as they go along?
Technology giants defeat intellectual property holding company over Ethernet patents
Car manufacturer saves millions by providing training to all of its staff virtually and going paperless in the process
Chip veteran Jason Chen will take over from the company's founder Stan Shih
Acer's offering is small enough, but is it perfectly formed?
Sixty per cent of Pegatron's revenues to be in second half of 2013, says CFO
The former Acer CEO talks about a possible acquisition of BlackBerry and riding out a tough PC market
Chinese PC maker bucks trend of decline in PC sales
Mini-laptop craze lasted barely five years. Tablets to blame?
Surface RT ain't all that, but what does that mean for the future of Windows 8's ambitious ecosystem?
And Windows 8 ain't gonna increase sales by much either, adds Acer president Jim Wong
Google threat to cut-off Acer over Aliyun phone for China
PCs, smartphones, tablets and other devices with new Metro user interface to be released same day
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The company expects to save £18.3m annually
Chrome OS notebooks from Samsung and Acer will ship on 15 June
UK market is weak as a result of austerity measures
Consumer PC market grows with mobile units especially strong in UK
Central and Eastern Europe markets flagging despite mini notebook success in western Europe
Commission publishes extracts from a number of emails that show how the chip maker sought to squeeze rival AMD out of the market
But European market still declining fast - down 10 per cent year on year
PC shipments in lucrative Christmas quarter disappoint, and UK is Europe's weakest market