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Not only is the PC market alive, it's thriving.
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- Samsung flags smaller-than-expected fall in fourth quarter profit
- A maxed-out Mac Pro costs more than a 2020 Corvette convertible - wheels and all
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- Dell and HPE lock horns in server market
- Xerox puts HP buyout sales growth forecast at $1.5B
- Apple's efforts to end MacBook keyboard class action rejected
- Oliver Hill named HP’s NZ country manager
- PC boost counters HP's printer slump
- Server business woes dampen Dell's revenue tally
- HP picks inside man to lead NZ channel business
- Sorry, Apple: For the education market, Chromebook is the clear winner
- HP rejects Xerox bid, this time
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On the same day it unveiled its newest laptop, the company also announced that the new Mac Pro will ship in December.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are two stunning devices for consumers, but business users and IT departments will find a lot to love about the new smartphones, too.
You won’t find many public references by Apple to its Mobility Partner Program, an expanding effort by the company to unite with software developers/integrators to boost sales of iPhones and iPads to businesses. But the veil of secrecy surrounding the program is thinning.
Apple can no longer ignore cries of help from its enterprise customers. Call them marriages of necessity, but Apple is striking corporate deals that make it more friendly to CIOs. We look at five of those partnerships.
Although Apple has recently implied that its iPad Pro tablet could replace a PC, the nascent ad campaign does not signal a change in strategy.
Windows 10 will be supported until Oct. 14, 2025 — unless your computer has a Clover Trail CPU. Then you’re out of luck.
The company is in the midst of a great transition, and current indications are that it is going well.
With the arrival this week of the iPad Pro, Apple launches a salvo in the hybrid, 2-in-1 wars. It's clearly a great tablet, but will it replace a laptop?
Windows 10 is now available for consumers, but for IT executives thinking about enterprise deployments, here's what the upgrade path from Window 7 or Windows 8/8.1 looks like.