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IDC: PC shipments to see a temporary boost
Shipments of personal computing devices expected to see modest growth in 2019 followed by a continued decline through 2023.
NZ traditional PC market returns to growth - for now
The consumer market outperformed expectations, with some aggressive channel loading by PC vendors.
Outlook not great as PCD market set to continue its decline
"Smartphones continue to be top of mind for consumers when it comes to new device purchases, and arguably the rapid adoption of large screen smartphones has resulted in consumers doing less on their PC or tablet and more on their phone."
Personal computing market still falling with one exception
Detachables are the only saving grace for a market that is still slowly but surely losing its appeal.
Silver lining to declining personal computing market
IDC has provided a rather gloomy forecast but there are opportunities to be exploited on the horizon.
Gaming, portability keeping PC market green despite numbers' drop
2-in-1s, ultra-slim notebooks and gaming PCs will keep market value growing, despite dropping sales numbers, says IDC.
IDC says there’s a silver lining behind ongoing PC decline
Despite the personal computing devices market posting another decline in 2017, IDC says there are a number of positive aspects to take advantage of.
Win 10 detachables, commercial providing relief in ailing market
Windows 10 detachables and the commercial segment are providing some relief in the ailing personal computing device market.
IDC: PC outlook remains mildly negative – but there is a silver lining
IDC has released their report that details a slight decline in the personal computing devices market through to 2021 - it's not all bad though.
Technology snares the young
Kids today are entertainment media junkies, spending more than 50 hours a week with their cellphone, music player or game console, according to a US study.
Palm launches new handheld computing device Palm Pixi
Palm’s second webOS device, and the successor to the Palm, is here.