China’s Lenovo Group, the world’s biggest maker of PCs, on Wednesday posted a better-than-expected jump in first-quarter profit as Covid-19 curbs continued to spur work-from-home demand.
PC sales are booming, and despite the industry’s cyclical past, investors and the major PC makers believe strong computer demand will last for a long time to come. Not so fast!
Global shipments of PCs rose at their fastest pace in two decades in the first quarter of 2021 as people bought computers to help them work and study remotely during the Covid-19 crisis.
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Microsoft has unveiled software tools designed to make it easier and less expensive for people to access virtual reality and augmented reality content, and for more creators to build these digital and holographic worlds.
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HP, the printing and PC devices company spun out of Hewlett-Packard, has appointed Bradley Pulford as its new vice president and MD for the Africa region with immediate effect.
Global PC shipments dropped the most since 2013 in the first quarter, after the Covid-19 pandemic ensnared the Chinese supply chain and created production problems for major hardware companies.
It’s finally over. Xerox announced late Tuesday that it is abandoning its tender offer to acquire HP, citing the global health crisis from Covid-19 and the ensuing difficult market environment.