For the first time since 2007, quarterly PC shipments were below 63 million units.
Compared to SMBs, the big brands’ level of know-how in digital marketing, online selling, search engine optimisation and e-commerce is low.
Traditional PC shipments in Asia/Pacific (including Japan) totalled 101.8 million units in 2016, accounting for a 5.5% y-o-y decrease – a softer contraction from the 7.7% y-o-y drop in 2015.
This year's Consumer Electronics Show showcased a bevy of interesting new technologies and products. We pick out our favourite five.
HP has debuted three new PCs that are built for work, home or on the go at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017.
The new Spectre x360 went on sale in the US about two months ago The Spectre x360 now achieves 25 percent more hours of battery life with up to 15 hours
CA Technologies announces the appointment of Ken Martin as vice president, Solution Sales, Agile Central, Asia Pacific and Japan.
PC shipments have gone down again in what Gartner calls "the longest duration of decline in the history of the PC industry." Smartphones have taken the PC's place for work and play.
After a recent firmware update, thousands of HP printer customers could not use cheaper third party ink cartridges. HP has apologised, but has refused to rule out similar tactics in future.
HP made big news this week thanks to its split into Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc, so it’s also quite timely that we review the HP Pavilion x2, which can basically er… split in two, since it’s one of those new-fangled 2-in-1s which many people are interested in these days.