Category Archives: Computing

Tablet Growth Declining Quickly Because Of Low-Cost Notebooks And Large-Size Smartphones

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IDC expects the volume to grow 6.5% on year to 230 million units, also lower than its original forecast of 12.1%. NPD DisplaySearch expects global tablet shipments to reach 254 million units, up 2% on year, but far lower than its previous forecast of 14%. The 7″ tablet segment is being hurt by large-sized smartphones and Chromebooks are hurting tablet

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HP Split – PC, Enterprise Business Will Run Separate

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HP is going to split into two public companies called “Hewlett-Packard Enterprise” and HP Inc. The enterprise company is going to focus on servers, storage, networking, converged systems, services and software as well as its OpenStack Helion cloud platform. HP Inc. will focus on the PC and printing products. In recent weeks, it was rumored that HP was close to finalizing

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Huawei Invests $4 Billion in Broadband Technology

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Huawei today announced a massive investment in broadband technology, a whopping $4 billion over the next three years. The goals is to provide improved service experience to end users. The emerging and rapidly growing 4k video industry is a driving factor as Huawei is looking to expand the pipeline capacity. Huawei Products and Solutions President, Mr. Ryan Ding said, “Huawei has

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Samsung Stops Notebook Sales in Europe – Acer and HP Set to Benefit

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Samsung surprisingly announced that it will stop selling notebooks and Chromebooks in Europe. Especially the Chromebook market is extremely price driven resulting in low margin but the market wasn’t expecting Samsung to take this drastic step. According to Gartner Research, Chromebook sales will reach 5.2 million units in 2014 and now competitors such as Acer and HP who are amongst

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