Innovate or perish: The mantra for PC makers
As PC sales witness a sharp quarter-on-quarter decline, it is having a dramatic impact on PC makers - many of whom have started to chalk out new strategies to stay in the business.
PC sales rise in India despite weak global demand
According to a recent IDC report, PC sales grew 3 per cent in first quarter of 2013.
Intel bets big on thin PCs and phones at Vegas show
Technology : Enterprise IT Services
Tries hard to prove it still has a bright future
Microsoft CEO Ballmer suggests more hardware coming
With the Xbox game console and now the Surface tablet, Ballmer has been moving Microsoft toward being a "devices and services" company
Microsoft highlights Surface at Windows 8 launch
Windows 8 represents the biggest change in Microsoft's user interface since Windows 95 came out 17 years ago.
Windows 8 recasts PC industry - CEO Ballmer
The world's largest software company is desperate for the new-look, touch-friendly Windows 8 to grip customers' imaginations
Microsoft sets Windows 8 price, opens for pre-order
Microsoft has not yet announced the price of the full software to install from scratch, as opposed to the upgrade
Intel zeroes in on enterprise customers with first tablet wave
Technology : Networking & Communication
Intel has roped in Samsung and HP to showcase tablets powered by its new "Atom" processor
Acer CEO wants a rethink by Microsoft
Taiwanese computer maker Acer has urged Microsoft to reconsider its planned venture into the tablet market.
Apple drives the tablet market growth: IDC
A healthy quarter for Apple's iPad led to a better-than-anticipated second quarter for the tablet market, according to analyst firm IDC.