Samsung: We’re not buying HP’s PC biz

So, that personal computer business that HP doesn't want anymore? The one with the largest market share in the world? Samsung isn't interested either. The company attempted to put an end to rumors it was considering taking over HP's laptop and desktop unit on its blog.…

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The end of the PC era

For nearly 30 years, personal computers as we've known them have been the drivers of the technology engine, from Intel to Microsoft to Dell to HP. But the rise of mobile computing is upending the technology business and redefining the PC and how we use it.…

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Yes, tablets are eating PCs’ lunch

A UBS research note today upgrades its expectation of tablet sales this year while simultaneously knocking down its expectation of the PC industry's growth. The opposite trajectories of PC and tablets show that, yes, in some cases people are buying a tablet instead of a laptop.…

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OMG, We're Getting LTE This Year!

Forgive my schoolgirl crush on faster mobile broadband, but after Alcatel-Lucent said today that in conjunction with LG Electronics it had completed the first uninterrupted data handoff between a CDMA network and an LTE network, I got really excited as that means LTE is in sight!…

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LTE Advances Across Asia

The Asia-Pacific region is getting ever-closer to faster mobile broadband, with network operators in Japan, Singapore, Australia and Indonesia readying their Long…

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