PC sales are up for the first time in 6 years, but it’s not due to you
Microsoft has become an increasingly enterprise-focused company, but part of the reason for this may be that it is mainly consumers who are moving away from Microsoft operating systems and services. Companies, always Microsoft...
Notebook sales up 9.2% in Western Europe and this time Chromebooks have nothing to do with it
We reported earlier that PC sales worldwide have returned to growth in Q1 2017, and now in IDC’s Personal Computing Device Tracker for Europe, the Middle East and Africa for Q1 2017 we have more information on the performa...
Digitimes: “Stronger than expected” notebook demand set to cause shortages
In Q2 2016 the sales of PCs in USA returned to growth, with strong year on year growth of 5%. It seems that was just a harbinger of what was to come worldwide, as Digitimes reports that demand for notebooks have been “strong...
Gartner: Windows OEMs Continue To Struggle With Selling PCs, Observed 9.6% Decline In Q1 2016
Windows 10 doesn’t seem to be changing the fate of the PC industry, at least when it comes to the shipment figures. According to the latest numbers, the first quarter of 2016, which ended in March, saw a decline of 9.6 percent. ...
Lenovo Announces Strong Financial Results For Q3, Thanks To Record High PC Market Share
Lenovo today announced results for its third fiscal quarter ended December 31, 2014. Quarterly revenue was US$14.1 billion, a 31 percent increase year-over-year, thanks to strong PC business, x86 server (System x) investments. Las...