Tag Archive: PC Industry
Aug. 24, ‘11: Clare Jim, reporting for Reuters: Taiwanese PC maker Acer Inc reported a worse-than-expected quarterly loss, the first in company history, as it took charges to reorganise in a troubled first half, and said it would be impossible to break even … Continue reading →
Aug. 18, ‘11: Dell’s founder and CEO, on Twitter: If HP spins off their PC business….maybe they will call it Compaq? Very funny! But you’re the guy still making PCs. How are those margins moving?
Aug. 18, ‘11: HP is planning to get out of the PC business — including tablets and phones. Here’s the relevant section from HP’s press release: HP will consider a broad range of options that may include, among others, a full or partial … Continue reading →
Jul. 21, ‘11: Matt Rosoff reports for Business Insider: Add in Apple’s 3.95 million Macs, and Apple sold 13.2 million personal computing devices, making it the second largest computer vendor in the world, after only HP (with 15.3 million).
Jul. 19, ‘11: The tablet market, led by Apple’s iPad, is expected to more than triple this year to 70 million units, and then double again next year, according to the latest market forecast issued by Jefferies, the investment bank. But if you … Continue reading →