Tablet market rocked by a 15.6 percent drop in 2016
Brilliant year for Amazon, though.
Brilliant year for Amazon, though.
Profit margins to jump a point or more.
British Telecom is to launch a mobile phone service after securing a portion of 4G spectrum.
Fingers crossed for Windows 8 launch.
We talk to research firm IDC about ARM's potential to break into the PC processor market.
We ask VIA just about everything - its past, its changes, and where PCs are going.
Bill Veghte, Microsoft's top Windows business exec, has said that he doesn't expect Windows 7 to boost the PC market massively.
The new president of SCEE has some rather optimistic aims for the PS3, hoping that the Wii market will eventually migrate to the PS3.
Research shows that Nvidia has clawed back a good chunk of market share from AMD this year.
AMD reveals its financial results for the first quarter of 2009, showing an increase in revenue from CPUs and smaller losses than last year.
According to a report from the PC Gaming Alliance, the PC gaming market is worth more than $11 billion.
Jon Peddie Research paints a bleak picture of the discrete graphics card market, which shrank by 42.7 percent in the fourth quarter of 2008.
According to GamersGate CEO Theodore Bergquist digital games distribution could soon totally eclipse the retail market.
Britain has overtaken Japan and become the world's second biggest market for computer game systems and software.
According to JPR’s estimated graphics cards shipments, the market declined by almost 35 percent between the third and fourth quarters.
Blaming the "current economic climate", Finnish mobile giant Nokia has announced it is to leave the Japanese market to others - aside from a small range of luxury handsets.
Packard Bell last night pulled the curtains back on its entry into the netbook market at an event in Central London.
At the current rate of growth, NEC says it expects more than 90 percent of all desktop LCDs it ships to be widescreen by the end of 2010.
Cooler Master didn't have much to show us out in Taipei, but it's working on a project that looks to give case design a new edge.
With the demand for low-cost, fully web capable machines set to soar massively this year, could Windows XP be given another reprieve?
With so many great products in the £100 to £150 price range, there's never been a better time to buy a performance mainstream graphics card... or has there? Tim Smalley mulls over the ups and downs of having lots products to choose from.
UPDATED: Yahoo! issues statement that says Microsoft's $44.6 billion offer substantially undervalues the company.
CES 2008: Foxconn's next Quantum Force mobo looks like it may make an impression on the market the company is so desperate to get into.
Microsoft has launched the Xbox Live Video Marketplace in the UK, letting gamers get their hands on a wide selection of HD and SD movies.
AMD reached its lowest share price for more than four years last week and, as a result, its market value dropped to US$5 billion - that's less than it paid for ATI.
IDF FALL 07: Intel has said that mobility is now mainstream and shipments are on schedule to overtake desktop shipments in 2009.
An economic study done by ERS Group has found that Intel has extracted over £31 billion in monopoly profits in the past decade.
Due to VIA suffering a license dispute and falling market share the Intel chipset market, it has quit while it's ahead. Instead the company will focus solely on making chipsets for its own C7 CPUs.
COMPUTEX 2007: HIS is about to enter the power supply market with three different types of unit.
Market research firm In-Stat has stated that the launch of Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system has had no impact on PC sales.
PCI-SIG has said that PCI-Express 2.0 compliant products are on schedule to appear on the market in December.
The Chairman of Mozilla Corporation has revealed that Firefox earned the company a lofty $52.9m during 2005.
Market analysts are saying that the 360 was the biggest selling console this Christmas, beating off the Wii and the PS3. Does this mean the console war has been won?
OCZ Technology will re-enter the graphics card market with ''speed screened'' versions of NVIDIA's GeForce 8800-series. Actual overclocking will be left to the end users though, because of NVIDIA's overclocking ban that appears to be in place.
Google has announced that it has agreed to acquire YouTube for $1.65 billion in a stock-for-stock transaction.
Last quarter, AMD achieved its highest ever market share in the CPU market, according to data released by Mercury Research.
Epic Games' VP Mark Rein has spoken out about the current state of the gaming industry. The main focus was his thoughts on Episodic Content and Integrated Graphics.
Intel has finally admitted to falling behind AMD with the CEO acknowleding the loss of market share, technological leadership and also profit margins.
The chip-maker is now north of one-fifth market share, according to figures from the last quarter of 2005.