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PC market fell hardest in 2013, analyst firm says

Not only did the traditional PC market record the sharpest dip on record for 2014, but the market is expected to shrink through 2018.

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Intel's itty-bitty NUC mini PC fattens up for full-sized storage options

The latest Next Unit of Computing is still tiny, it's just not as tiny as it was before.

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Ouch: HP brings Windows 7 'back by popular demand'

What's old is new again on a handful of HP desktops and laptops.

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Razer's modular Project Christine makes building PCs as easy as building Legos

Razer's new Project Christine promises an end to snapping computer hardware together and wrangling cables. Also, it looks like a tree.

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Gigabyte's Brix Pro is an itty-bitty PC with a big graphics punch

Gigabyte finally stopped the teasing and unveiled the Brix Pro at CES 2014—a miniature PC with Intel's high-end Iris Pro integrated graphics.

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Samsung updates its PCs with new ATIV One 7 and Book 9

Samsung's 2014 editions of the ATIV One 7 and Book 9 lean on its presence in the Android market to hopefully drive sales.

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Start the year off right with a clean PC

Grab a can of compressed air and apply a little elbow grease—it's time to get down and dirty with that dusty PC of yours.

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IDC: PC's decline is far worse than expected

Analyst firm reports that the PC market is expected to decline by more than 10 percent in 2013. That's by far the steepest drop ever.

Six reasons you still need a desktop PC

When it comes to productivity, power, and expandability, the old war horse still can't be beat.