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.
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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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Nvidia on Monday laid out a multi-year plan to create a new kind of chip for data centres aimed at siphoning off more functions from its chief rival Intel.
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.
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