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Why some manufacturers are ordering more computers even with consumer demand weak
Global PC shipments fell more than 16% in 2022, but manufacturers are ordering more electronics to satisfy demand from businesses.
How HP is faring with its printer-PC business
When HP split in two, one company took the legacy hardware lines, printers and PCs.
Microsoft hoping for a revival with Windows 10
The company aims for the new operating system to help it win back tablet and phone users.
Why offices are ditching their PCs for iPads
Analysts suspect that PCs are being replaced by tablets, as trust in the cloud grows.
Want to run Windows on your laptop? There's a MacBook Pro for that
A new report highlights a particularly awkward bit of news for Microsoft's Windows and the computers that run it: MacBook Pro is the best Windows PC.
Tablets square off with PC's
Forget Europe's weak economy and Windows 8, something else has got PC sales down: Tablets.
Global PC sales plunge, what's Microsoft got to do with it?
Personal computer sales fell by 14 percent around the world during the first quarter of this year, according to a new report from the research firm IDC.
Michael Dell on taking Dell private and moving beyond PCs
Michael Dell, Chairman and CEO of computer and computer services giant Dell shares his thoughts on the future of PCs and how Dell fits into an age of mobile and cloud computing.
Market for desktops on decline
Smartphones and tablets are changing the equation for desktop computers. And an entire industry is feeling the pain.
Dell to go private?
There are multiple news reports Dell, once the biggest PC-maker on the planet, could be taken private in a buyout that might allow it to retool and reemerge a leaner, stronger company.