Reports of Toshiba PC sale plans come after it sold its TV manufacturing unit to Hisense
More powerful CPUs from AMD and Intel fuelling interest in new PCs
Ultra-high-end all-in-one PCs from HP feature either 24-inch or 27-inch displays
Unholy alliance tries to revitalise the market
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Ongoing failure to innovate means vendors are failing to resurrect a market ripe for the taking
King's College IT director Gareth Wright tells Computing how new Dell desktops, Windows 10 and flexible tech support services aid university students and staff
Amid severe budget cuts, Barking and Dagenham council had to shift away from Windows XP before Microsoft support ended
CIO will have a huge challenge on their hands as Met Police has continually been criticised for its approach to IT
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Investment fund Japan Industrial Partners kicking the tyres on proposed £300m sale
Is Intel's tiny NUC computer a miniature desktop replacement or DIY curio?
Reel FX IT director Scott Correll and lead technical director Ross Moshell tell Computing how Dell helped them make a feature film
Atari founder tells Computing that desktop and laptop PCs unlikely to be eclipsed by tablets
A panel of experts at a recent Computing event discusses VDI and other methods to enable productivity for today's workforce
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New CEO Brian Krzanich promises to 'fight on the desktop, in the data centre, and the ultra-mobile market segment'
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Q1 profits drop to $2bn and revenues also slip
75 per cent of Computing readers plan to buy laptops or desktops for staff in 2013 or 2014
The move will facilitate bring-your-own-device scheme and boost productivity
DaaS makes sense in this era of tight IT budgets, flexible working and rising power costs
How should large enterprises make an accurate business case for virtual desktop infrastructure implementations?
Can version six of Red Hat's paid-for Enterprise Linux dent Microsoft's enterprise hegemony?