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During Tuesday's Apple event, the company announced that its radically updated workstation Mac will be available at end of the year.
LG's move for Chrome trademarks in the U.S. and Australia may mean LG Chrome devices are on the company's plate.
IDC and Gartner report that the PC market continued downhill during the third quarter, although IDC, at least, reported sales were better than expected.
HP expects to report a year-over-year revenue decline for its fiscal year 2014, which ends next October, though the decline “will moderate from fiscal 2013,” the company said, meaning it will fall by less.
Yes, the custom builders at Origin PC just had a public breakup with AMD, but other PC makers—curiously—aren't suffering from the same issues Origin claims to have encountered.
The price of all-in-one PCs has been steadily decreasing. Now, Gateway's Gateway One ZX4270 cracks the $400 barrier.
Nvidia's Battleboxes are the polar opposites of Valve's Steam Machines: big, bulky, and unabashedly high-end.
Building a PC is a great way to get a custom configuration, save some money and have some fun.
Overall PC sales may be shrinking, but NPD Group says that sales of Chromebooks and touch-based Windows laptops both picked up during back-to-school season.
Faster, flashier, and far more expensive than anything you'd even need, these titanic tales of excess symbolize the pinnacle of PC prowess.
The Asus M70 PC is the world's first NFC-enabled desktop, but beyond that, it's just plain built for playing nice with smartphones.
Dell can be more entrepreneurial as a private company, CEO and founder Michael Dell says.
It may be smaller than an Xbox controller, but Gigabyte's new BRIX PC can (kind of) play Crysis.
Acer has chosen a different approach to the all-in-one PC, installing Android instead of Windows on its upcoming DA241HL, but the problem is that Google's operating systems isn't a desktop OS.