CEO Meg Whitman's belief that revenues lost from PC business can be gained from enterprise group is reinforced
Installing thin clients can be just as cost-effective, says Andy Tait
Apple's iPhones and iPads have led the era of consumerisation, but their adoption would not have been possible without the advent of the home computing era which began in earnest in the early 1980s.
Atari founder tells Computing that desktop and laptop PCs unlikely to be eclipsed by tablets
UK desktop and laptop sales down by one-quarter since 2010 - independent vendors hardest hit
Five Eyes ban biggest PC supplier on classified networks after finding security vulnerabilities in Lenovo chips
New CEO Brian Krzanich promises to 'fight on the desktop, in the data centre, and the ultra-mobile market segment'
There is no consistency across the EU in the way the law has been implemented, says Daniel Pradelles
Chinese firm beats expectations, reporting $127m in net profit
World's largest PC maker beat analysts' low expectations
Tim Cook announces $60bn share buyback to appease shareholders
Investment group withdraws after poor PC shipment figures and due diligence discussions
Michael Dell bid challenged by Blackstone Group and Carl Icahn
Dell's biggest external shareholder says $13.65 per share is 'woefully inadequate'
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
We're in an era of 'PC plus' rather than 'Post-PC', according to analysts
Windows 8 puts off more PC buyers than it entices
Windows 8 nearing levels of Windows 7 sales
Korean firm sees share of PC, tablet and smartphone market jump during Q3 2012
Enterprises' cautious IT spend affecting tech giants
Gartner figures show Lenovo edging ahead of HP in third quarter
Steam's arrival in the living room shows developer's vision to move beyond games
Details of Intel's upcoming Atom 'Bay Trail' platform have been leaked